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Five indicted for drug trafficking offenses PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 27 August 2013 10:21
Five people were indicted recently by a Wood County grand jury for drug trafficking offenses.
They were among a total of 16 indictments handed down.
Ira Turner Jr., 57, Fostoria, and Antwan Huggins, 30, Toledo, were each indicted on charges of trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in heroin, possession of cocaine and possession of heroin following a July 3 incident on Libbey Road in Lake Township.
More than 36 grams of the drug were found in their vehicle following a traffic stop.
Joseph Darrah, 29, Felton, Penn., was indicted on charges of trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana after a July 20 incident involving in excess of 5,000 grams, but less than 20,000 grams, of the substance.
Michael Hawrylak, 29, Toledo, was indicted on a heroin trafficking charge after he reportedly engaged in a deal to sell $40 worth of heroin at a location on East Wooster Street in Bowling Green.
Steven Nealy, 28, Carelton, Mich., was indicted on charges of domestic violence and trafficking in marijuana after he reportedly entered into a deal to sell marijuana in an amount less than 200 grams on Napoleon Road, Bowling Green. He also reportedly caused harm to a woman who was pregnant at the time of the offense.
Also indicted were:
•    Jacquelyn Chamberlain, 29, Toledo, two counts of theft, misuse of credit cards, receiving stolen property.
•    Joshua Condon, 28, Bowling Green, trespass in a habitation.
•    Robert Counts, 43, Chalmette, La., passing bad checks.
•    Sharda Elmore, 28, Cleveland, failure to appear.
•    David Engelhardt II, 49, Perrysburg, breaking and entering.
•    Rodney Geren, 56, Risingsun, burglary, breaking and entering.
•    James Holtgrieve, 67, Perrysburg, theft.
•    Dylan Hope, 19, Weston, grand theft of a motor vehicle.
•    Travell Rowe, 36, Lima, possession of cocaine.
A bill of information was handed up by the grand jury for Dennis Gleason Jr., Bowling Green, on a charge of forgery, alleging that he acted with purpose to defraud the State of Ohio of $2,835.
 

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