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Pemberville man indicted for assault PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 10 December 2013 10:58
A Pemberville man was indicted on assault charges stemming from a November incident involving a knife in Bowling Green.
Christopher W. Bell, 26, was indicted on one count of felonious assault and one count of assault by a Wood County grand jury.
The original incident was reported on the night of Nov. 13 on North Main Street in Bowling Green. Bell allegedly accosted another man outside of a business and pulled a knife from his pocket. The victim grabbed the knife from Bell and was cut on the finger.
After a struggle, Bell ran off and was caught later by police. He was subsequently tased because he was reportedly combative and tried to spit on officers.
Also among those indicted were:
•    Ryan Montgomery, 20, Toledo: burglary, grand theft, theft, grand theft when the property is a firearm or dangerous ordinance, theft of drugs, and two counts of receiving stolen property. The charges stemmed from an Oct. 25 incident in Perrysburg.
•    Megan Brywczynski, 21, Perrysburg: theft.
•    Cynthia Curlis, 35, Fostoria: breaking and entering.
•    Robert Hall, 32, Toledo: breaking and entering.
•    William Hisle, 23, Northwood: theft.
•    Kaleena M. Pecore, 31, Toledo: aggravated possession of drugs.
•    Zane Rose, 27, listed at the Wood County jail: intimidation.
•    Nicholas Timmons, 21, Millbury: theft.
•    William Wesley, 22, Rossford: burglary, theft from an elderly person or disabled adult.
Bills of information were handed up for:
•    Justin Roberts, 23, Cable: trafficking in drugs.
•    Lori Stewart, 53, Rossford: aggravated assault.
•    Jacob Thomas, 25, Fostoria: possession of drugs.

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