Three Coffee County residents are facing sentences in Ohio for their part in the distribution of steroids in that state. Jason Sherrill, 31, and Stephanie Sherrill, 27, both of Tullahoma and Kenneth Freeman, 44, of Manchester were all arrested last November on charges of purchasing drugs in powder form from China and mixing the substance into injectable form to sell. The three are accused of engaging in corrupt activity and trafficking in drugs in Ohio. The three were indicted by a Warren County Ohio grand jury along 30 other in the operation to distribute steroid in Ohio. The Ohio authorities then came to Tullahoma and with the assistance of the 14th Judicial Drug Task Force in conducting a raid on a residence located on the Old Estill Springs Road and Rutledge Ford Road. Freeman was sentenced to four years in jail for three counts of trafficking of steroids. The Sherrill’s are to appear in court in Warren County, Ohio on April 18 to be sentenced on the charges.