|Indictments include Toledoan accused of raping young teen|
|Written by By BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer|
|Saturday, 22 May 2010 08:30|
A Toledo man was indicted on Wednesday by a Wood County Grand Jury for rape of a young teen.
John Cavitt, 31, of Toledo, and currently in custody at the Wood County jail, is charged with the crime.
According to court records, Cavitt raped the girl on May 5 while forcibly holding her on the bed. The incident is alleged to have occurred in Rossford.
The rape charge is a first-degree felony. His case has been assigned Common Pleas Court Judge Reeve Kelsey. His arraignment is set for June 7 at 1 p.m.
Christopher Kurek, 53, of Northwood, and also listed in jail, was indicted for a May 5 incident. He was indicted for an assault on a police officer.
Kurek has been assigned to Judge Alan Mayberry. He is to be arraigned on Friday at 1 p.m.
Willard Anderson, age 42, was indicted for felonious assault with two specifications. He is charged with having sexual conduct with a female victim throughout January 2008, without disclosing he had tested positive for AIDS.
The charge is a second-degree felony and carries two specifications. The first is that the crime was committed with a sexual motivation; and the second, he is a sexually violent predator.
Charles Heineman, 36, Oregon, was indicted for theft of blu ray movies, DVDs and video games valued at more than $5,000 from Wal-Mart. The theft is alleged to have happened the week of March 12-19.
Heineman's case has been assigned to Judge Robert Pollex, with arraignment set for June 1 at 1:30 p.m.
Jonathon Seth and Susan Seth, both 26, of Rossford, were both indicted for possession of heroin. He also was charged with endangering children; while she was indicted for attempted endangering children. They are also assigned to Kelsey's court.
Others indicted Wednesday:
¥ Shaun Fearing, 31, of Shelby, was indicted for domestic violence and child endangerment for a March 25 incident. (Kelsey)
¥ Dylan Skaggs, 18, of Findlay, receiving stolen property having been stopped April 16 on Interstate 75 while driving a stolen 1998 Pontiac Firebird. (Pollex)
¥ Jeffrey Kunz, 20, Northwood, and listed in jail, indicted for a Dec. 21 robbery. (Mayberry)
¥ Dustin Cramer III, 50, of Fostoria, three separate counts of trafficking in, possession of and illegal cultivation of marijuana, and endangering children, all related to incidents last July. Two of the charges carried specifications for being done near or in the presence of juveniles and the volume of money confiscated. (Mayberry)
¥ Darrell Curtis Jr., 26, of Holland, and listed in jail, three counts of trafficking in heroin in April, including a specification for the cash confiscated. (Pollex)
¥ Matthew Calhoun, 26, Bowling Green, two counts of trafficking in marijuana with specifications. (Kelsey)
¥ Jeremy Carnicom, 30, of Jerry City, for trafficking in marijuana, including a specification due to proximity of a school. (Kelsey)
¥ Daniel Benton, 26, of Napoleon, aggravated trafficking and aggravated possession of drugs, including a specification of the trafficking charge, regarding a March incident. (Mayberry)
¥ Charlie Carter, 61, of Toledo, aggravated trafficking in drugs with a specification for more than $3,070 seized during an April incident. (Mayberry)
In addition to the indictments on those 15 people, there were two bills of information issued Larry Lee, 47, of Perrysburg, and Randall Kern Jr., 18, of Lapeer, Mich.
Lee is charged with attempted aggravated assault regarding an April attack in Perrysburg with a 39-inch sword and operation while under the influence of alcohol or drug in regarding to attempting to run the victim over with a car. (Kelsey)
Kern is charged as an adult with receiving stolen property regarding a 1992 Jeep while he was a juvenile. He turns 18 this month.
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