Perrysburg man indicted for pandering PDF  | Print |  E-mail
Written by By BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Friday, 29 May 2009 10:32
John B. McCrory, 49, of Mullberry Street, Perrysburg, was indicted by a Wood County Grand Jury last week on 14 counts of pandering sexually oriented material of a minor in sexual activity.
According to the indictment, 11 of the counts are alleged to have occurred on June 14, 2008; while the other three are listed for Jan. 30, 2008. All are second-degree felonies, with each case carrying a possible prison term of two to eight years.
In July of 2008, McCrory was indicted and charged with rape. He is alleged to have sexually assaulted a 19-year-old woman at his Perrysburg residence on June 22, 2008. A jury trial in that case is tentatively set for July 29.
According to Wood County Prosecutor Paul Dobson, the new charges may be combined as part of that trial. The decision would need to be made by Wood County Common Please Court Judge Robert Pollex, who is assigned to both the 2008 rape case and the new charges.
The grand jury handed down indictments for 18 other individuals including a murder charge on Daniel Prater, of Perrysburg Heights, which was previously announced.
Other indictments included:
¥ Steven Weber, Perrysburg, gross sexual imposition in regards to a May 16 incident with a 20-year-old female.
¥ Jeremiah Ditch, Manville Avenue, forgery.
¥ James Thompson, Toledo, receiving stolen property.
¥ Jeffrey Schwartz, Perrysburg, receiving stolen property.
¥ Ronald Meade III, Toledo, theft.
¥ David Curns, Toledo, two counts each of breaking and entering and theft.
¥ Alfonso Sifuentes, Toledo, abduction and domestic violence.
¥ Kinley Kelm, Detroit, two counts of theft.
¥ Dustin Albright, Walbridge, domestic violence.
¥ Stacy Perry, Toledo, theft.
¥ Elizabeth DeLong, North Baltimore, three counts of theft.
¥ Cody Adler, listed in jail, possession of cocaine.
¥ Davon Tapp, jail, two counts of trafficking in cocaine and illegal conveyance of prohibited item into detention facility.
¥ Jesse Buck, jail, possession of cocaine.
¥ Jacob Hostettler, Coshocton, two counts of complicity to aggravated trafficking.
¥ Bryan Mannion, Amherst, two counts for aggravated trafficking.
¥ Andrew Sweress, Hudson, two counts of trafficking in cocaine.
The grand jury also handed down three bills of information for Joshua Hoffsis, Parkview Drive, domestic violence; Anton D. Jackson, North Prospect Street, receiving stolen property; and Amber Walker, Fostoria, passing bad checks.