Eighteen Indicted By Williams County Grand Jury

A Williams County Grand Jury convened on September 19, returning indictments against 18 individuals facing a total of 82 charges.  Those indicted include:

Justin M. Baker, 26, of Holland, Ohio was indicted on one count of felonious assault, a second degree felony. Baker is accused of causing serious physical harm to another.

Danny M. Brewer, 28, of Beachwood, Ohio was indicted on one count of trafficking in marijuana and one count of possession of marijuana, each a second degree felony.  Brewer is accused of obtaining, possessing, or using marijuana as well as knowingly preparing shipment, shipping, transporting, delivering, preparing for distribution, or distributing marijuana.

Larry J. Burkhard, 33, of Montpelier was indicted on one count of tampering with evidence, a third degree felony.  Burkhard is accused of knowingly impeding the progress of an investigation by providing false record to a public official.

Tabitha M. Christilieb, 30, of Defiance was indicted on a total of seven charges. Christilieb is charged with one count of receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony; one count of carrying a concealed weapon, a fourth degree felony; one count of having weapons while under disability; a third degree felony; one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony; one count of breaking and entering, a fifth degree felony; one count of grand theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony; and one count of vandalism, a fifth degree felony.  Christilieb is accused of having a stolen concealed handgun while under disability; of obtaining, possessing, or using methamphetamine; and of breaking into a property with the intention of committing a crime, the theft of an auto.  She is also accused of vandalizing Bob’s Marathon in Bryan.

LaDonna N. Deloney, 26, of Beachwood, Ohio was indicted on one count of trafficking in marijuana and one count of possession of marijuana, each a second degree felony.  Deloney is accused of obtaining, possessing, or using marijuana as well as knowingly preparing shipment, shipping, transporting, delivering, preparing for distribution, or distributing marijuana.

Daniel R. Dominique, 64, of Bryan, was indicted on a total of six charges related to the pandering of sexually oriented material involving a minor. Dominique faces two charges of pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor, each fourth degree felonies and four counts of illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material or performance, each fifth degree felonies.

Katelynn M. Jones, 22, of Wauseon was indicted on one count of breaking and entering, a fifth degree felony; one count of theft; a fifth degree felony; and one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony. Jones is accused of breaking into the Williams County Public Library with the purpose of committing a theft offense; of stealing a credit card; and of obtaining, possessing, or using methamphetamine.

Andrew S. Kendall, 37, of Bryan was indicted on one count of grand theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony and two counts of complicity, each a fifth degree felony. Kendall is accused of taking a vehicle without consent of the owner as well as aiding and abetting Tabitha M. Christilieb in the commission of grand theft of a motor vehicle as well as breaking and entering.

Alan K. Laney, 47, of Montpelier was indicted on a total of eleven charges in relation to the physical harm of a seventeen month old child. Charges include two counts of felonious assault, each a second degree felony, two second degree felony counts of child endangerment, and seven counts of third degree felony counts of child endangerment. Please see the related article in this section for more information.

Dayne R. McNeil, 22, of Edgerton was indicted on a total of five counts.  McNeil is charged with three counts of breaking and entering and two counts of vandalism, all fifth degree felonies. McNeil is accused of breaking into Burkhart Field Concession, Edgerton Local School’s concession stand, and Edgerton Local School’s football field pressbox with the purpose of committing theft offenses.  He is also accused of vandalizing property owned by Edgerton Local Schools.

John E. McNeil, 20, of Edgerton was indicted on a total of five counts.  McNeil is charged with three counts of breaking and entering and two counts of vandalism, all fifth degree felonies. McNeil is accused of breaking into Burkhart Field Concession, Edgerton Local School’s concession stand, and Edgerton Local School’s football field pressbox with the purpose of committing theft offenses.  He is also accused of vandalizing property owned by Edgerton Local Schools.

Shannon L. Meadows, 25, of Edgerton was indicted on one count of burglary, a second degree felony. Meadows is accused of entering a property in Montpelier with the purpose of committing a criminal offense.

Jason B. Middleton, 36, of Pioneer was indicted on a total of fourteen charges. Middleton faces one charge of fifth degree felony receiving stolen property; one first degree misdemeanor count of receiving stolen property; three fourth degree felony counts of receiving stolen property; four fifth degree felony  counts of aggravated possession of drugs; two third degree felony counts of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs; two third degree felony counts of aggravated possession of drugs; and one second degree felony count of aggravated possession of drugs. Middleton is accused of obtaining various items, including handguns, knowing or having reasonable cause to believe that the items had been obtained through the commission of theft.  He is additionally accused of charges related to the manufacture of methamphetamine as well as to obtaining, possessing, or using Fentanyl.

Tonja Miller, 44, of Montpelier, Ohio was indicted on one count of false voter registration, a fifth degree felony, and one count of illegal voting, a fourth degree felony. Miller is accused of providing false information to a registering officer and voting in a precinct where she is not legally qualified.

Johnathan P. Stuckey was indicted on a total of ten counts. Stuckey faces six counts of aggravated possession of drugs, each a fifth degree felony, all related to the obtaining, possession or use of acetaminophen, oxycodone hydrochloride, hydocodone bitartrate, and methamapetamine. Stuckey also faces two counts of receiving stolen property, each a fourth degree felony; one count of having weapons while under disability, a third degree felony; and one count of failure to appear, a fourth degree felony.

Miles J. Thompson, 32, of Montpelier was indicted on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony.  Thompson is accused of obtaining, possessing, or using methamphetamine.

Colton J. Torns, 22, of Edgerton was indicted on a total of five counts. Torns is charged with McNeil is charged with three counts of breaking and entering and two counts of vandalism, all fifth degree felonies. Torns is accused of breaking into Burkhart Field Concession, Edgerton Local School’s concession stand, and Edgerton Local School’s football field pressbox with the purpose of committing theft offenses.  He is also accused of vandalizing property owned by Edgerton Local Schools.

Alisha J. Underwood, 25, of Hicksville, Ohio was indicted on a total of three charges in relation to the physical harm of a seventeen month old child.  Underwood faces two charges of third degree felony child endangerment and one count of first degree misdemeanor child endangerment. Please see the related article in this section for more information.

It should be noted that an indictment is only an accusation and that all defendants listed are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law.

 

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