( Lebanon, OH ) - A Warren County Grand Jury indicted four people Monday in connection with a statewide crime ring. The four-some are accused of sneaking into large corporations and stealing credit cards, cash and other unattended items from employees' desks. They would then quickly buy electronices, gift cards and other items they could sell for cash.

Larry D. Cobb was charged with forming the criminal enterprise in 2012. Along with his co-conspirators, they allegedly raided some of the biggest companies all over the state in multiple counties. Some of the counties involved were Warren, Hamilton, Franklin and Cuyahoga.

The other 3 charged were: Jodie Petty, Deshawn Mitchell and Kristina M. Petty.

Some of the companies they allegedly broke into were: The Cleveland Clinic in Beachwood, P and G in Mason, St. Elizabeth in Youngstown, Farmers Insurance in Independence, and Akron General Health in Bath.