Cortland Couple Accused Of Meth Manufacturing Have Been Indicted By Cortland County Grand Jury
A Cortland Couple who is accused of manufacturing the drug meth in their home have been indicted by a Cortland County Grand Jury.
43-year-old John Rosen and 44-year-old Renee Perfetti both of 76 ½ Lincoln Avenue, Cortland were arrested last July after city police found the ingredients used to manufacture the drug Methamphetamine, in a common porch of the home. Police had initially gone to the home on a report of strong chemical odors coming from the multi family home.
The City Fire Department along with the State Police Hazmat Team was called in to assist with the removal of the chemicals and the investigation.
The grand jury has indicted Rosen on one felony charge of manufacturing methamphetamine, he was initially charged with four misdemeanor counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana along with the meth charge.
Perfetti is facing a six count indictment charging her with two felony counts of Manufacture of Meth, two misdemeanor charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance, possession of a hypodermic needle, and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Both Rosen and Perfetti are being held in the County jail on $5 thousand dollars cash bail or $10 thousand dollars bond, they will be arraigned on the indictments next week.