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Three separate men indicted for rape, felonious assault, burglary PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 25 April 2013 08:59
A Williamsburg man was indicted by the Wood County grand jury on April 17 with one count of rape. The panel also charged a Walbridge man with felonious assault while a Bowling Green man is looking at six counts of burglary.
Ian Craig, 19, of Williamsburg, Ohio, has been charged with the Oct. 3 rape of a then-19-year-old female. The indictment notes the victim was "substantially impaired" and thus her "ability to resist or consent was substantially impaired."
Carl Michael Braden, 21, of Walbridge, was indicted for felonious assault and tampering with evidence in regard to an East Wooster Street incident on March 31. According to court records Braden is alleged to have stabbed the victim several times in his torso with a pocket knife.
Shawn D. Matthews, 30, of Bowling Green, was indicted with six counts of burglary. Court records and the indictment indicate six separate incidents on different days last month. At least two of those incidents involved stolen televisions from Walmart in Bowling Green. All six counts are listed as second-degree felony offenses.
Another Bowling Green man, Brandon M. Smarszcz, 30, is facing two counts of forgery and three counts of receiving stolen property. The forgery charges involve writing checks from another person's account on Jan. 26 without knowledge or permission.
The stolen property charges include the merchandise "purchased" that day with the fraudulent checks and a trailer license plate found in his possession in Perrysburg the following day. With an additional charge involving a stolen credit/debit card being in his possession April 6-9.
Others indicted include:
•    Zhe Liu, 24, of Bowling Green, was indicted for assault in regard to a Feb. 10 incident involving a police officer suffering "serious physical harm."
•    Shawn D. Pasquale, 41, of Perrysburg, also listed in Genoa, for grand theft in regard to a payment of $11,894 for repairs to two trucks which was allegedly not performed.
•    Kyle Beeler, 19, of Perrysburg, for identity fraud for use of another's identification on Nov. 25, 2012.
•    Marc D. Moyer, 24, of Norwalk, for receiving stolen property in regard to a stolen credit card in March.
•    James A. Hutchinson, 22, of Weston, for obstructing justice in regard to concealing the location of an individual in January.
•    Four individuals are each indicted for failure to appear as required by recognizance. They are Jeremiah David Johnson, Covington, Ky.; Marwan L. Lamb, 35, of Toledo; Anita Daniels, 39, of Toledo; and Mark A. Smoot, also Toledo, with two counts of the charge.
•    Kyle A. Nutter, 21, of Bowling Green, three counts of trafficking in marijuana.
•    Christopher Charles Billheimer, 29, of Weston, for possession of heroin.
•    Larry Earl Smith, 43, of Toledo, illegal conveyance of drugs of abuse onto grounds of a specified governmental agency, trafficking in cocaine and possession of cocaine. He was also indicted with both trafficking and possession of cocaine.
•    Timothy J. Gillett Jr., 23, of Genoa, trafficking in marijuana and two counts of aggravated possession of drugs.
•    Zachary G. Wurm, 27, of Oregon, possession of heroin.
•    Leon A. Jones, 37, of Toledo, three counts of illegal processing of drug documents.
•    Linda R. Heldman, 42, of Findlay, possession of cocaine.
In addition to those indicted, a bill of information was handed up for Jacob Thomas Oakley, 19, of Walbridge, was charged with a misdemeanor charge of permitting drug abuse.
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 April 2013 09:11
 

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