|Grand jury hands down indictments|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 25 January 2013 10:15|
Twenty individuals indicted by a Wood County grand jury on Jan. 16.
Samuel Miles Stanton, 18, of BG, was indicted with receiving stolen property. He allegedly traded a stolen bicycle 10 days after it was reported stolen to the BG Police Division.
Chad E. Cooper, 30, of Rossford, was indicted for intimidation and intimidation of an attorney, victim or witness in a criminal case.
Also indicted include:
• Brandon Bortel, 22, of BG, was indicted for burglary regarding an April 1 incident. He was previously indicted for a similar April 15 incident.
• Keith Martin Stetler, 18, of Haskins, grand theft when the property is a firearm or dangerous ordnance in regard to a theft of a .22 caliber rifle and a 12-guage shotgun.
• Heather Louise Baylis, 32, Perrysburg, was charged with complicity in the commission of an offense.
• Morton I Hollowell, 44, of Toledo, for breaking and entering for a Sept. 24 incident at Ampoint Maintenance.
• Eric M. Hudgins, 26, of Kettering, for theft and for forgery in regard to a forged check for $4,360.
• Almon Daniel Gibson, 23, of Cullman, Ala,, for forgery in regard to a Sept. 26 credit card charge at Kroger.
• Cruise L. Champion, 26, and Ronnie L. Turney, 34, both of Cleveland, charged with two counts each of receiving stolen property and one count, each, of possessing criminal tools. They were found with stolen goods in their car following a traffic stop by Lake Township Police. The merchandise was valued at more than $5,000. Also a stolen license plate and metal box cutters were found.
• Terrance S. Neal, 23, of Toledo, tampering with evidence.
• Cory M. Holzhauser, 23, of Perrysburg, corrupting another with drugs, for his allegedly providing marijuana to a 16-year-old between Sept. 1 and Dec. 3.
• Christina M. Taylor, 28, and Donald Taylor, 31, of Grand Rapids, each for possession of heroin.
• Nathaniel R. Weisert, 20, BG, trafficking in cocaine.
• Laroy Robinson, 38, Columbus, trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana.
In addition, bills of information were handed up for the following people:
• Matthew E. Hlavsa, 30, of Lorain, charged with breaking and entering on Dec. 19. He is alleged to have entered an occupied residence while trying to elude police after being caught urinating in public.
• Harold E. Sensabaugh, 25, Fostoria, for obstructing official business in regard to an incident of retaliation against a witness in a case.
• Stephen K. Haynes, 24, Fostoria, for vandalism stemming from a Dec. 2 incident
• Richard C. Klorer, 32, of BG, possession of heroin on July 2.
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