Three Canton residents have been indicted by a Cherokee County grand jury on charges of trafficking methamphetamine.

Jarred Biggers, 32, Kevin Roberts, 40, and Brooke Indof, 28, are each charged with trafficking meth, and Indof faces an additional count of trafficking meth, according to an indictment filed May 10.

Biggers and Indof are additionally charged with possession of fentanyl, a Schedule II drug, and Roberts is also charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, per the indictment.

According to arrest warrants filed by the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office, Biggers and Indof had about 2 ounces of meth Oct. 19, while Roberts had the drug, scales and plastic baggies. Indof is charged with having about 1.5 ounces of meth Oct. 16.

Biggers, Roberts and Indof were taken into Cherokee County custody Oct. 19, according to the sheriff’s office. Biggers held for parole and transferred to Jackson State Prison April 14. Roberts was booked out Oct. 22 on a $7,500 bond, and Indof was booked out Dec. 6 on a $35,000 bond.

Biggers, Indof and Roberts have a court hearing scheduled June 10, according to court documents.

An indictment is a formal charge of felony offenses, and defendants are assumed innocent until proven guilty.

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