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Two local men indicted for forgery PDF Print E-mail
Written by BILL RYAN Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 27 June 2013 10:06
Two Wood County men have been indicted with forgery by a Wood County grand jury on June 19.
They were among 17 people indicted.
Edwardo Flores III, 26, of Weston, was charged with one count of forgery and one count of possession of heroin.
The forgery charge involves a fraudulent check presented on or about April 22 to the victim in the case in the amount of $600. The check was written on another victim's account on or about April 19.
Flores, in a separate case, was indicted for possession of more than one gram of heroin around Jan. 18.
Darrell Reed II, 25, of Bowling Green, was indicted for forgery as well as tampering with records and tampering with evidence.
All charges alleges actions by Reed on June 4. The tampering charges are both third-degree felonies while the forgery count is a fifth-degree offense.
Both the records and forgery counts involve false documentation of alleged community service hours performed by Reed. He thus is alleged to have committed a fraud offense on both the Wood County Adult Probation department and the judge in a prior case.
In another forgery case, Lydia J. Elick, 22, of Cleveland, was charged with forgery, theft and theft of drugs.
The drugs involved were prescription hydrocodone pills for a Perrysburg resident. The theft charge involves two blank checks stolen from the same victim, while the forgery count alleges a check made payable to her for $35. The offenses are alleged on Oct. 9, 2012.
Steven J. Roth, 33, of Wayne, was charged with one count of domestic violence for his alleged actions on May 29. He has previously pleaded guilty or been convicted of domestic violence in September 2005.
Others indicted include:
•    Two Kentucky men, Paul L. Witt Jr., 41, of Louisville, and Derek B. Bullington, 42, of Taylorsville, Ky., were indicted as co-defendants. Each were indicted with trafficking in drugs, trafficking in marijuana, aggravated possession of drugs, drug possession and possession of marijuana. The charges involve an incident on Ohio 582 on May 16.
•    Corey D. Crawford, 22, of Pickerington, Ohio, for money laundering, two counts of identity fraud and possessing criminal tools following his being stopped on Interstate 75 and presenting a false identification. The indictment indicates the possible forfeiture of $12,551 in cash seized at the time of his arrest.
•    Carol I. Peake, 54, of Rossford, two counts of trafficking in drugs and illegal processing of drug documents.
•    Taylor Rianne Roose, 18, of Bowling Green, Nicholas Patrick Brown, 25, of Walbridge, and Shane M. Anderson, 30, of Oregon, each with possession of heroin in separate cases.
•    Shawn B. Powell, 29, of Northwood, for drug possession.
•    Jeremy W. Carnicom, 33, of Jerry City, for violating a protection order.
In addition to those indicted, four bills of information were handed up for Dominic Norway, 20, of North Baltimore. He is facing a charge of breaking and entering, receiving stolen property and two counts of trespass in a habitation.
 

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