Michael Paul Rhodes and Bradley Long were each indicted on five counts by the Wood County Grand Jury Friday, including the possession of pseudoephedrine with the intent to use in the manufacture of meth.
Michael Rhodes and Ginny Rhodes also were charged by the grand jury with two counts of exposure of children to the manufacture of meth.
Police at the time said Long and Michael Rhodes were making the meth in a child's bedroom closet.
The grand jury also indicted William Douglas Shaffer and Cory James Parner on two counts of first-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery.
The robbery happened October 28 at the Modern Adult Video store on Emerson Avenue.