Former Ashtabula County resident charged with meth manufacturing
June 3rd, 2011 inashtabulacounty.com
Leavitsburg, Ohio – Joshua Eubank, a former Ashtabula County resident, is in a Trumabll County jail on suspicion of operating a meth lab in Leavitsburg Ohio. According to police the meth lab was not functioning although it has produced methamphetamine in the past. The arrest comes after a month-long investigation by the Warren Police Department.
According to the wytv, security cameras on the property watched the coming and going of people. The house did not have any electricity or running water, and contained burn pits where the suspected meth manufacturing evidence was thought to be burned.
Eubank pleaded not guilty in a Warren Municipal Court to felony drug trafficking and drug manufacturing charges.
Eubank has a long history of criminal cases with the Ashtabula County Courts. A recent search of court cases shows 20 closed court cases. Eubank has previously served prison time for the manufacturing of methamphetamine.