Police, Fire, & Court Records – February 17th Edition

ARCHBOLD POLICE
(Feb 5) 900-B N Defiance St, Traffic Offense
(Feb 5) 400-B Stryker St, Suspicious Person
(Feb 6) CR 24 2400-B, Assist Fire or Rescue
(Feb 6) 304 Stryker St, 911 Hang Up
(Feb 6) 100-B N Clydes Way, Road Blocked
(Feb 6) N Defiance St @ N Village Limits, Traffic Offense
(Feb 6) 2101 S Defiance St, Traffic Offense
(Feb 7) 500-B E Lutz Rd, Disabled Vehicle
(Feb 7) 500 S Pleasant St, Neighborhood Trouble
(Feb 7) 613 N Defiance St, Road Blocked
(Feb 7) 700-B S Pleasant St, Utilities Problem
(Feb 8) 2001 S Defiance St Unit 151, Assist Fire or Rescue
(Feb 8) 1900-B S Defiance St, Suspicious Person
(Feb 8) 407 E Lutz Rd, Property Found
(Feb 8) 210 Ditto St, Crash – Property Damage
(Feb 8) Franklin St @ Norfolk Southern RR, Train Stuck
(Feb 9) 114 Grassy LN, Theft
(Fen 9) 701 E Lutz Rd Unit 303, Civil Process Papers
(Feb 9) 200 Taylor Pkry, Assist Fire or Rescue
(Feb 10) 213 Degroff Ave, Assist Fire or Rescue
(Feb 10) 1200 Stryker St, Traffic, Parking Violations
(Feb 10) 100-B Rosewood Ct, Traffic Offense
(Feb 11) 415 E Lutz Rd Unit 46, Loud Music
(Feb 11) 125 Taylor Pkwy, Civil Problem – Peace Keep

BRYAN POLICE
On Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 1:05 AM, Travis A. Hill, Age 34, 08823 US 127, Sherwood, was arrested for OVI. He was released.
On Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 3:35 AM, Otis T. King, Age 63, 421 E. Trevitt St., Bryan, was arrested for a Stop Sign Violation, Driving Under Suspension, Open Container and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was released.

EDON POLICE
(Feb 1) Assist Lost Motorist
(Feb 1) Suspicious Activity Complaint (2)
(Feb 2) Agency Assist (2)
(Feb 2) Suspicious Activity Complaint (2)
(Feb 2) Citizen Assist
(Feb 3) Warning – Speed
(Feb 3) Citizen Assist
(Feb 4) Warning – Speed (2)
(Feb 5) Warning – Speed
(Feb 5) Dog at Large
(Feb 5) Warning – Equipment Violation
(Feb 6) Noise Complaint
(Feb 6) Warning – Speed

WEST UNITY POLICE
(Feb 1) Lost Property
(Feb 1) Found Property
(Feb 1) Ordinance Violation (2)
(Feb 1) Breaking & Entering
(Feb 2) Domestic Dispute
(Feb 2) Theft
(Feb 2) Animal Problem
(Feb 2) Wellbeing Check
(Feb 3) Traffic Offense
(Feb 3) Disorderly Conduct
(Feb 3) Ordinance Violation (2)
(Feb 3) Found Property
(Feb 4) Lock Out
(Feb 4) Traffic Offense
(Feb 4) Animal Problem
(Feb 4) Wellbeing Check
(Feb 4) Speed (3) – Warning
(Feb 4) Left of Center – Warning
(Feb 4) Red Light/Driving Under Suspension – Citation
(Feb 5) Disorderly Conduct (2)
(Feb 5) Wellbeing Check
(Feb 5) Agency Assist
(Feb 5) Property Damage
(Feb 5) Speed/Warning
(Feb 5) Red Light – Warning
(Feb 6) Medical Emergency (3)
(Feb 6) Alarm
(Feb 6) 911 Hang Up
(Feb 6) Passing on Right – Warning
(Feb 6) Red Light (3) – Warning
(Feb 7) Found Property
(Feb 7) 911 Hang Up

WAUSEON POLICE
(Feb 4) 236 W Willow St, Threats/Harassment
(Feb 4) 315 Chestnut St, Open Door
(Feb 4) 625 N Shoop Ave, Lost/Found/Recovered
(Feb 4) 840 W Elm St Unit 702, Welfare Check
(Feb 4) 840 Parkview, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 4) 1285 N Shoop Ave, Suspicious Vehicle
(Feb 4) 725 S Shoop Ave, Disorderly Conduct
(Feb 5) 840 W Elm St Unit 1307, Disorderly
(Feb 5) N Fulton St @ Cherry St, Animal Call
(Feb 5) 840 @ W Elm St Unit 702, Trespassing
(Feb 5) 405 W Chestnut St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 5) 1170 N Shoop Ave Unit 1, Welfare Check
(Feb 5) Vine St @ Washington St, Hit-Skip
(Feb 5) 209 1/2 Beech St, 911 Hang Up Contact In Person
(Feb 6) 495 E Airport Hwy, Suspicious Person
(Feb 6) 209 W Willow St, Animal Call
(Feb 6) 1051 N Shoop Ave, Suspicious Activity
(Feb 6) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 23, Juvenile Complaint
(Feb 6) 240 W Willow St, Possible Civil Matter
(Feb 6) 1180 N Shoop Ave, Larceny – Counterfeit
(Feb 6) Tractor Supply, Disabled Vehicle
(Feb 6) 134 Lawrence Ace, Suicide Attempt
(Feb 6) 135 S Brunell St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 7) 445 E Airport Hwy, Open Door
(Feb 7) 634 Cherry St, Vandalism
(Feb 7) 601 W Elm St, Larceny
(Feb 7) 230 Clinton St, Larceny From Home
(Feb 7) 243 W Elm St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 7) 725 S Shoop Ave, Trespassing
(Feb 8) 230 Clinton St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 8) 415 Cole St Unit 15, Stolen Car
(Feb 8) 313 Barbara Dr, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 8) 241 N Franklin St, 2 Dogs At Large
(Feb 8) 234 Birch St, Suspicious Activity
(Feb 9) 415 Cole St, Suspicious Vehicle
(Feb 9) 133 Cedar Ct, Suspicious Activity
(Feb 9) 913 Ottokee St, Accident (Property Damage)
(Feb 9) 614 Douglas Dr, Threats/Harassment
(Feb 9) 1290 N Shoop Ave Unit 10, Accident (Property Damage)
(Feb 9) 840 Parkview, Juveniles
(Feb 9) 940 E Oak St, Threats/Harassment
(Feb 9) 1270 N Shoop Ave, Larceny
(Feb 9) 716 S Shoop Ave, Larceny
(Feb 9) 1285 N Shoop Ave Unit 89, Telephone Harassment
(Feb 9) 230 Clinton St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 9) E Airport Hwy @ N Shoop Ave, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 10) 940 E Oak St, Juveniles
(Feb 10) 950 E Oak St, Larceny
(Feb 10) 242 Maple St, Threats/Harassment
(Feb 10) 485 E Airport Hwy, Welfare Check
(Feb 10) 230 Clinton St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 10) 420 Ottokee St, Welfare Check
(Feb 10) 485 E Airport Hwy, Indecent Exposure
(Feb 10) 314 E Chestnut St, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 10) 721 S Shoop Ave, Alarm Drop
(Feb 10) 980 Fairway LN, Investigate Complaint
(Feb 10) 112 Depot St, Investigate Complaint

WAUSEON FIRE
(Jan 23) 9840 Co Rd 17-3, Fall
(Jan 23) 15880 Co Rd H, House Fire
(Jan 24) FCHC to UTMC, Transport
(Jan 24) 415 Cole St #18, Alarm Malfunction
(Jan 24) FCHC to Toledo Hospital, Transport
(Jan 24) 703 Oakview Ave, Difficulty Breathing
(Jan 25) FCHC to Toledo Hospital
(Jan 25) Shoop & Cherry, Smoke Investigation
(Jan 25) 555 W Linfoot St, Ill Subject
(Jan 25) 742 Wauseon Senior Village, Ill Subject
(Jan 25)1379 N Shoop Ave, Alarm Malfunction
(Jan 25) 327 Barbara Dr, Ill Subject
(Jan 25) FCHC to Toledo Hospital, Transport
(Jan 26) FCHC to UTMC, Transport
(Jan 27) 940 E Leggett St, Fall
(Jan 27) 1285 N Shoop Ave #87, Injured Subject
(Jan 28) 1205 N Shoop Ave, Ill Subject
(Jan 28) FCHC to Bixby Medical, Transport
(Jan 29) Ohio Turnpike E 34, Injury Accident
(Jan 29) 398 S Shoop Ave, Fall
(Jan 29) FCHC to St V’s, Transport
(Jan 29) 415 Cole St #15, Alarm Malfunction
(Jan 29) FCHC to Toledo Hospital, Transport
(Jan 30) FCHC to UTMC, Transport
(Jan 30) FCHC to Fort Wayne, Transport
(Jan 31) 1105 N Shoop Ave, Seizures
(Jan 31) FCHC to Cleveland Clinic, Transport
(Jan 31) 229 E Chestnut St, Ill Subject

WILLIAMS COUNTY CRIMINAL
Concepcion, Jackie D. Bryan, Ohio. Theft. Fine: $500; Costs: $99; Jail: 180 days with 170 days suspended. Not to have contact with victim. Ordered to pay restitution. No future violations within next 5 years.
Concepcion, Jose. Bryan, Ohio. Theft. Fine: $500; Costs: $84; Jail: 180 days with 170 days suspended. Work release granted. Not to have contact with victim. Ordered to pay restitution. No future violations within next 5 years.
Gipple, Daniel J. West Unity, Ohio. Abuse of intoxicant. Fine: $500; Costs: $359; Jail: 180 days with 150 days suspended. No future violations within next 3 years. Agency to destroy contraband.
Hemminger, Kenneth J. Toledo, Ohio. Resisting arrest. Fine: $250; Costs: $99; Jail: 30 days with 30 days suspended. No future violations within next 2 years. Disorderly conduct. Fine: $50; Costs: $40. Possession. Fine: $150; Costs: $40. Operator’s license suspended from December 7, 2015 through June 4, 2016. Agency to destroy contraband.
Jones, Andrea. Bryan, Ohio. Theft. Fine: $500; Costs: $84; Jail: 180 days with 170 days suspended. No future violations within next 5 years. Restitution of $12 by February 12, 2016 to prosecutor. No contact with victim, Chief.
Lupien, Carrie M. West Unity, Ohio. Endangering children. Fine: $300; Costs: $215; Jail: 180 days with 180 days suspended. No future violations within next 3 years.
Mansur, Destiny V. Pioneer, Ohio. Assault. Fine: $300; Costs: $100; Jail: 180 days with 177 days suspended. No threatening or violent contact with victim. No future violations within next 2 years.
Moseng, Christopher J. Bryan, Ohio. Obstructing official business. Fine: $300; Costs: $114; Jail: 90 days with 90 days suspended. No future violations within next 2 years.
Smith, Shane M. Bryan, Ohio. Assault. Fine: $300; Costs: $89; Jail: 180 days with 170 days suspended. No threatening or violent contact with victim. No future violations within next 3 years.
Vogelsong, Joshua M. Oakwood, Ohio. Unauthorized use of vehicle. Fine: $300; Costs: $99; Jail: 180 days with 180 days suspended. No future violations within next 5 years. Follow all recommendations of doctor and probation. No alcohol. SCRAM unit to the call of probation. Maintain employment.

WILLIAMS County Traffic
Crist, Austin M. Montpelier, Ohio. Assured clear distance ahead. Fine: $50; Costs: $79. Hazardous zones. Fine: $50; Costs: $84.43.
Ernsberger, Toby C. Delta, Ohio. OVI. Fine: $650; Costs: $100; Jail: 20 days with 14 days suspended. Operator’s license suspended from January 16, 2016 through July 14, 2017. BMV to vacate ALS and fees. 1st Timers Retreat within 90 days. No future violations within next 2 years.
French, Rhiannon. Defiance, Ohio. FRA suspension. Fine: $300; Costs: $109. Operator’s license suspended from February 9, 2016 through May 9, 2016.
Kreis, Brandon M. Edon, Ohio. OVI. Fine: $750; Costs: $116; Jail: 40 days with 30 days suspended. Operator’s license suspended from November 5, 2015 through November 5, 2016. Recovery Services of Northwest Ohio. No future violations within next 2 years. Work release granted.
Michalkiewicz, Matthew J. Alvordton, Ohio. Safety disregard. Fine: $500; Costs: $84; Jail: 20 days with 17 days suspended. 1st Timers Retreat within 90 days. No future violations within next 2 years.
Pearson, Cain A. Mark Center, Ohio. Fictitious registration. Fine: $125; Costs: $79. 44/35 speed. Fine: $40; Costs: $40. Seat belt. Fine: $30; Costs: $40.
Swartz, Camin P. Bryan, Ohio. 50/35 speed. Fine: $45; Costs: $98.01.
Timmons, Austin J. Bryan, Ohio. OVI. Fine: $750; Costs: $89; Jail: 20 days with 17 days suspended. Operator’s license suspended through November 1, 2015 through April 29, 2016. BMV to vacate ALS and fees. 1st Timers Retreat within 90 days. No future violations within next 2 years.
Ramey, Rebecca A. Montpelier, Ohio. FRA suspension. Fine: $125; Costs: $84.
Snyder, Jonathan E. Montpelier, Ohio. Failure to control. Fine: $50; Costs: $79.
Vogelsong, Joshua M. Oakwood, Ohio. Leaving the scene. Fine: $350; Costs: $254; Jail: 90 days with 90 days suspended. No future violations within next 5 years. Follow all recommendations of doctor and probation. No alchohol. SCRAM unit to the call of probation. Maintain employment. FRA suspension. Fine: $250; Costs: $114. Operator’s license suspended from February 9, 2016 through May 9, 2016. OVI. Fine: $650; Costs: $150; Jail: 180 days with 180 days suspended. Operator’s license suspended from October 25, 2015 through Pail 22, 2016. No future violations within next 5 years. No alcohol. Attend and complete Westwood. Vacate ADM license suspension and fees. Failure to reinstate. Fine: $300; Costs: $40.
Wilkes, Brandon L. Bryan, Ohio. OVI. Fine: $650; Costs: $89; Jail: 20 days with 14 days suspended. Operator’s license suspended from January 11, 2016 through July 9, 2016. BMV to vacate ALS and fees. 1st Timers Retreat within 90 days. No future violations within next 2 years. 40/25 speed. Fine: $35; Costs: $40.

WILLIAMS COUNTY COMMON PLEAS
Blade, David J. (Edon, Ohio). Attempted retaliation (f4). Sentenced to 5 years of community control with a sentence of 180 days incarceration at CCNO with 150 days suspended pending compliance with conditions of probation. Fined $3500 and ordered to pay all costs of prosecution, any court-appointed counsel costs, and any supervision fees permitted.
McCague, Zachary S. (West Unity, Ohio). Count II – Illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs (F3). Sentenced to 5 years of community control with a sentence of 180 days of incarceration at CCNO, with 90 days suspended pending compliance with conditions of probation. New Beginnings program. Driver’s license suspended for 6 months. Ordered to pay all costs of prosecution, any court-appointed counsel costs, and any supervision fees permitted.
Perez, Matthew J. (Montpelier, Ohio). Domestic violence (F3). Sentenced to ODRC for 18 months and a discretionary period up to 3 years of post release control. Credit for time served. Fined $1000 and ordered to pay all costs of prosecution, any court-appointed counsel costs, and any supervision fees permitted.
Sami, Tosha L. (Bryan, Ohio). Counts I – Aggravated trafficking in drugs (F4). Count III – Aggravated trafficking in drugs (F3). Count IV – Trafficking in cocaine (F5). Amended Count V – Attempted aggravated trafficking in drugs. On Count I – Sentenced to ODRC for 17 months and a discretionary period of up to 3 years post-release control. On Count III – Sentenced to ODRC for 24 months and a discretionary period of up to 3 years post release control. On Count IV – Sentenced to ODRC for 11 months and a discretionary period of up to 3 years post-release control. On Amended Count V – Sentenced to ODRC for 24 months and a discretionary period of up to 3 years post release control. The sentences of incarceration for Count I, Count III, Count IV, and Amended Count V shall run concurrently. Additionally, driver’s license suspended for 6 months. Ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $145 to the MAN Unit as well as all costs of prosecution, any court-appointed counsel costs, and any supervision fees permitted.
Stark, Dawn D. (Bryan, Ohio). Count I – Trafficking in marijuana (F5). Count II – Permitting drug abuse (F5) On both counts – Sentenced to 5 years of community control with a sentence of 180 days in CCNO, all of which shall be suspended pending compliance with general and specific controls of probation. Fined $250 for each count.
Ward, Troy A. (Bryan, Ohio). Possession of cocaine (F5). Sentenced to 5 years of community control. Driver’s license suspended for 6 months. Based upon the affidavit of indigence filed, the court does not impose any mandatory fine. Ordered to pay all costs of prosecution, any court-appointed counsel costs, and any supervision fees permitted.

WILLIAMS COUNTY CIVIL
For: City of Bryan – Taxes. Against: Rabinovich, Aaron M D (Baltimore, Maryland). $253.56.

WILLIAMS COUNTY FORECLOSURES
For: Amerifirst Financial Corporation (Portage, MI). Against: Reisser, Kayla (Bryan, Ohio).
For: Amerifirst Financial Corporation (Portgage, MI). Against: Stantz, Michael E. (Montpelier, Ohio).
For: Bank of New York Mellon (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma). Against: Downs, David L (Bryan, Ohio), Downs, Opal L. (Bryan, Ohio), and Downs, Billie Jo (Bryan, Ohio).
For: Carrington Mortgage Services (Anaheim, California). Against: Loney, Eric W. (Pioneer, Ohio) and Brown, Angela L. (Pioneer, Ohio).
For: Farmers & Merchants State Bank (Archbold, Ohio). Against: Hartsock, Steven D. and Mary L. (Bryan, Ohio).
For: OCWEN Loan Servicing, LLC (West Palm Beach, Florida). Against: Brenner, Derek S and Kasey L. (West Unity, Ohio).
For: Wilmington Trust, National Association (Fort Mill, South Carolina). Against: Ries, Charles R and Shannon L. (Montpelier, Ohio).

WILLIAMS COUNTY SHERIFF
On February 10, 2016, Travis A. Grisier, age 19, of Stryker, OH, was operating a 2003 Dodge Ram, traveling north on CR-20.50 when the vehicle began to slide on the snow covered roadway. The vehicle traveled off the right side of the roadway and overturned before reaching final rest. Damage to the vehicle was disabling, there were no injuries, and the matter remains under investigation.

FULTON COUNTY CRIMINAL
Atchison, Tracy A. Wauseon, Ohio. Telephone harassment. Fine: $100; Costs: $78; Jail: 19 days. Community control sanctions imposed with a reserved fine of $900 and 161 days jail. No violations of law through February 9, 018. Not to enter any establishment that served alcohol for 1 year.
Gottschalk, Joshua A. Delta, Ohio. Assault. Jail: 94 days. Credit for time served.

FULTON COUNTY TRAFFIC
Bloomer, Sara A. Wauseon, Ohio. Display plates. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
Bryant, Gabrielle M. Swanton, Ohio. Child restraint. Fine: $45; Costs: $43.
Coronado, Michelle L. Wauseon, Ohio. 71/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $88.
Deskins, Tammy S. Wauseon, Ohio. 69/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
Ducat, Kelsey L. Lyons, Ohio. 79/55 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.

Easterwood, Jane. Swanton, Ohio. 45/25 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
Eicher, Spencer L. Wauseon, Ohio. 69/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs; $80.
Eisenhauer, Paula M. Wauseon, Ohio. Improper backing. Fine: $102; Costs: $88.
Etue, Samuel E. Berkey, Ohio. 78/55 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
Felix, John. Fayette, Ohio. 38/25 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
Goehler, Brandon M. Wauseon, Ohio. 65/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
Gregory, Malik M. Swanton, Ohio. Failure to control. Fine: $102; Costs: $80.
Hahn, Matthew M. Lyons, Ohio. 67/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
Haven, Cory E. Delta, Ohio. 67/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Herschberger, Taylor N. Wauseon, Ohio. 68/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $88.
Hodges, Kristin M. Swanton, Ohio. Failure to yield. Fine: $102.
Jackson, Katherine A. Swanton, Ohio. Passing on right. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Johnson, Daniel L. Wauseon, Ohio. Expired plates. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Kurland, Darin L. Wauseon, Ohio. 101/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $80. Operator’s license suspended from February 4, 2016 through August 2, 2016. Finding of recklessness; may request privileges through court at a later time.
Leininger, Tiffany R. Delta, Ohio. 75/55 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
Menden, Nicole P. Metamora, Ohio. 69/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Michael, Muriel H. Delta, Ohio. 69/55 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Nickodemus, Brittany N. Pioneer, Ohio. 75/55 speed. Fine: $100; Costs: $88.
Nofziger, Pamela J. Wauseon, Ohio. Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $51.
Parlaman, Joshua J. Perrysburg, Ohio. 73/50 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.
Reynolds, Carolyn B. Delta, Ohio. Failure to yield. Fine: $102; Costs: $80.
Rippke, Joan C. Swanton, Ohio. 38/25 speed. Fine: $37; Costs: $80.
Roth, Andrew O. Archbold, Ohio. Assured clear distance ahead. Fine; $102; Costs: $88.
Smith, Randy A. Delta, Ohio. Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $43.
Valentine, Allan L. Archbold, Ohio. Seat belt – driver. Fine: $30; Costs: $51.
Vonier, Scott R. Wauseon, Ohio. Reckless operation. Fine: $250; Costs: $80. Operator’s license suspended from January 17, 2016 through July 17, 2016. Subject to resentencing of 30 days jail if violates alcohol or license law before February 11, 2021. Reportable probation through February 11, 2017. Drug and alcohol assessment and any aftercare. 72 hour program within 60 days. Driving privileges granted.
Wallington, Nathan A. Delta, Ohio. 70/55 speed. Fine: $47; Costs: $80.
Wielinski, Vincent L. Swanton, Ohio. Railroad crossing. Fine: $37.
Zamlut, Lama. Delta, Ohio. 65/55 speed. Fine: $77; Costs: $80.

FULTON COUNTY GRAND JURY
On February 8, 2016, the Fulton County Grand Jury considered indictments charging individuals with Fulton County crimes, according to Fulton County Prosecuting Attorney Scott A. Haselman.
Jessica L. Jones, age 25, of Morenci, MI, was indicted on one count of Breaking and Entering and one count of Theft. On or about January 15, 2016 to January 16, 2016, she allegedly trespassed in an unoccupied structure in Lyons and allegedly stole cash.
Matthew A. Perkins, age 29, of Monroe, MI, was indicted on one count of Grand Theft, one count of Theft, one count of Domestic Violence, one count of Assault, and two counts of Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, one count of Improperly Handling Firearms in a Motor Vehicle, and Having Weapons While Under Disability. On or about January 15, 2016, he allegedly stole a firearm and cash, allegedly operated a motor vehicle without consent of the owner, and allegedly transported a firearm in a motor vehicle. He also allegedly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household member and another person.
James L. Frontz, age 34, of Swanton, OH, was indicted on one count of Trespass in a Habitation When a Person is Present or Likely to be Present and one count of Attempted Trespass in a Habitation When a Person is Present or Likely to be Present. On or about January 17, 2016 he allegedly trespassed in a habitation when any person was present or was likely to be present.
Sarah M. Koziel, age 20, of Wheaton, IL, was indicted on one count of Possession of Drugs, one count of Illegal Processing of Drug Documents, and one count of Trafficking in Drugs. On or about January 22, 2016, she allegedly prepared or transported a drug for sale, and allegedly possessed a false or forged prescription for that same drug.
Abigail R. Clasen, age 18, of Oswego, IL, was indicted on one count of Possession of Drugs, one count of Illegal Processing of Drug Documents, and one count of Trafficking in Drugs. On or about January 22, 2016, she allegedly prepared or transported a drug for sale, allegedly possessed a false or forged prescription for that same drug.
Jamauris Johnson, age 25, of Aurora, IL, was indicted on one count of Possession of Drugs, one count of Illegal Processing of Drug Documents, and one count of Trafficking in Drugs. On or about January 22, 2016, he allegedly prepared or transported a drug for sale, and allegedly possessed a false or forged prescription for that same drug.
Jimmy L. Pearson, age 51, of Chicago, IL, was indicted on one count of Possession of Drugs, one count of Illegal Processing of Drug Documents, and one count of Trafficking in Drugs. On or about January 22, 2016, he allegedly prepared or transported a drug for sale, and allegedly possessed a false or forged prescription for that same drug.
Amber-Elaine C. Duren, age 28, of Monroe, MI, was indicted on one count of Breaking and Entering. On or about January 16, 2016, she allegedly trespassed in an unoccupied structure in Lyons with purpose to commit a theft offense.
Brandon J. Oberle, age 30, of Monroe, MI, was indicted on one count of Breaking and Entering. On or about January 16, 2016, he allegedly trespassed in an unoccupied structure in Lyons with purpose to commit a theft offense.
Charles K. Prentiss, age 44, of Wauseon, OH, was indicted on one count of Theft From a Person in a Protected Class. On or about January 6, 2016, he allegedly stole grain valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500 from an elderly person.
David A. Dominique, age 45, of Fayette, OH, was indicted on one count of Illegal Cultivation of Marihuana. On or about August 11, 2015, he allegedly cultivated or manufactured Marihuana.
Clifford R. Canfield, III, age 21, of Fayette, OH, was indicted on two counts of Misuse of Credit Cards. On or about January 9, 2016 to January 11, 2016, he allegedly obtained property by using another’s credit card.
Steven A. Smith, age 34, of Kunkle, OH, was indicted on one count of Illegal Use of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits or WIC Program Benefits, Possession of Heroin, and one count of Trafficking in Heroin. On or about November 13, 2015, he allegedly prepared or transported heroin for sale, and allegedly possessed supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits in a manner not authorized by law.
Jacob M. Hamp, age 29, of West Unity, OH, was indicted on one count of Complicity to Commit Illegal Use of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits or WIC Program Benefits, one count of Possession of Heroin, one count of Trafficking in Heroin, and one count of Permitting Drug Abuse. On or about November 13, 2015, he allegedly prepared or transported heroin for sale and allegedly aided another in possessing supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits in a manner not authorized by law.
Brian K. Brooks, of Maumee, OH, was indicted on one count of Possession of Cocaine. On or about October 31, 2015, he allegedly possessed cocaine.
Crystal N. Molina, of Bryan, OH, was indicted on one count of Possession of Heroin. On or about October 7, 2015, she allegedly possessed Heroin.
Jaime E. Rodas, age 26, of Archbold, OH, was indicted on one count of Trespass in a Habitation When a Person is Present or Likely to Be Present. On or about January 27, 2016, he allegedly trespassed in a habitation when a person was present or likely to be present.
Jordan M. Peters age 20, of Ashtabula, OH, was indicted on one count of Possession of Drugs, one count of Possession of Heroin, and one count of Trafficking in Heroin. On or about January 31, 2016, she allegedly possessed heroin and alprazolam, and allegedly prepared heroin for shipment or distribution.
Angela N. Alexander, age 24, of Swanton, OH, was indicted on one count of Theft From a Person in a Protected Class. On or about December 19, 2015, she allegedly stole a cell phone from an elderly person or disabled adult.
Christopher L. Hutchinson, age 41, of Delta, OH, was indicted on one count of Domestic Violence. On or about February 2, 2016, he allegedly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household member.
Jad H. Sweidan, age 67, of Lyons, OH, was indicted on one count of Possession of Marihuana, one count of Possession of Cocaine, one count of Trafficking in Marihuana, one count of Trafficking in Cocaine, two counts of Aggravated Possession of Drugs, two counts of Aggravated Trafficking in drugs, two counts of Having Weapons While Under Disability, and Attempted Tampering with Evidence. On or about November 4, 2015, and November 20, 2015, he allegedly possessed marihuana, cocaine, and synthetic cannabinoids, and allegedly prepared marihuana, cocaine, and synthetic cannabinoids for shipment or distribution. He also allegedly attempted to tamper with evidence in an investigation, and allegedly possessed a firearm while under disability.
Adrian S. Cook, age 24, of Wauseon, OH, was indicted on one count of Felonious Assault and one count of Assault. On or about January 9, 2016, he allegedly caused serious physical harm to another person.
Andrew L. Patton, age 43, of Holland, OH, was indicted on two counts Passing Bad Checks and two counts of Theft. On or about May 1, 2014 to April 18, 2015, he allegedly stole property from a business valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500. He also allegedly transferred checks knowing that they would be dishonored.
Brandi L. Patton, age 37, of Holland, OH, was indicted on two counts Passing Bad Checks and two counts of Theft. On or about May 1, 2014 to April 18, 2015, she allegedly stole property from a business valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500. She also allegedly transferred checks knowing that they would be dishonored.
Jacob J. Wyckhouse, age 30, of Delta, OH, was indicted on one count of Voyeurism. On or about January 18, 2016, he allegedly invaded the privacy of a minor to photograph, record, of spy on that person in a state of nudity for the purpose of sexual gratification.
Dustin M. Lawler, age 34, of Toledo, OH, was indicted on one count of Theft. On or about May 21, 2015 to May 22, 2015, he allegedly stole property valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500.
Lance A. Washington Roscoe, age 35, of Toledo, OH, was indicted on one count of Theft. On or about May 21, 2015 to May 22, 2015, he allegedly stole property valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500.
Jimmy W. Bailey, age 34, of Wauseon, OH, was indicted on one count of Aggravated Possession of Drugs, one count of Possession of Cocaine, and one count of Possession of Marihuana. On or about November 3, 2015, he allegedly possessed Fentanyl, cocaine, and marihuana.
It should be noted that an indictment is merely an accusation and that all criminal defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Roy E. Miller announces that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office conducted a Traffic Enforcement Blitz designated Super Bowl Blitz, which ran February 7th through February 8th. Deputies that worked this Traffic Enforcement Blitz made 21 traffic stops and issued 3 citations. The citations issued were for 2 speed violations and driving under a license suspension. Deputies also issued 19 warnings during the Blitz. The Traffic Enforcement Blitzes are paid for from a grant that the Sheriff’s Office received from the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Sheriff Miller and his deputies are dedicated to protecting the citizens of Fulton County and the motorists who travel its highways. This grant allows for extra patrol to enforce traffic laws that will increase the safety of motorists on the roadway in areas that are prone to a higher number of serious and fatal crashes.

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