A Washington County grand jury handed down 36 indictments Tuesday.
Cases involved trafficking drugs, theft from an elderly person and more.
Norman Dunn is indicted on one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and three counts of trafficking drugs, including heroin and cocaine.
Authorities say they seized $400 in cash from the home.
Dunn lives in his father's home.
Officials say they are seeking forfeiture of the house and car used for the drugs.
Also, Tiffany Rogers is indicted on one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity and three counts of trafficking cocaine.
Authorities are also seeking forfeiture of $16,000 in cash from a local bank account from drug activity from Marietta, Parkersburg and Columbus.
Thomas Bailey, Jr. is indicted on four counts of theft, including two from an elderly person.
Authorities say Bailey made construction agreements with these customers and did not complete the work or ordered tools and the tools never came.
Between the four cases, authorities say over $30,000 was stolen.