Man accused of sending meth from Oklahoma to Steubenville appears in court
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio —
Quenton Tom, a man accused of sending meth through the U.S. Postal Service to an informant from Oklahoma to Steubenville, appeared in court on Friday.
A detective with the Jefferson County Drug Task Force testified on four different occasions, Tom allegedly packaged the meth with other items, like a remote control car or a watch.
The case was bound over to the grand jury.
Tom is being held on $1 million bond.
The man accused of robbing an elderly man in the parking lot of the Steubenville Walmart has waived his preliminary hearing.
His case will be bound over to the grand jury.
His bond is continued at $500,000.