Nine indicted by grand jury


A Wood County grand jury handed down indictments for nine individuals on Wednesday.
Among those indicted was Amanda Harris, 20, for disseminating material harmful to juveniles. Without
specifying her alleged actions, the indictment reads that she did "recklessly sell, deliver,
furnish, disseminate, provide, exhibit, rent or present to a juvenile, a group of juveniles or a group
of law enforcement officers posing as juveniles, material or performance obscene or otherwise harmful to
juveniles. The offenses are said to have occurred from May 1-10 of this year.
Other indictments issued by the grand jury Thursday were issued to Denise Hook, 40, of Weston, receiving
stolen property; James Anderson, 33, Dayton, Tenn., Hansel Bialonrucki, 40, Long Beach Miss., and George
Lee, 49, Fostoria, each for non-support; Martha West,, 41, of Fremont, trafficking in marijuana; Kohl
Vonck, 24, Williston, theft; and Phillip Chapman, 32, Fostoria, and Stacey Barker, 32, Toledo, both for
Also issued were bills of information for five individuals. Those were handed down for Nicholas Jones,
Perrysburg, receiving stolen property; Johnn Kostick, Brim Road, failure to comply with order or signal
of an officer; Eric Szkatulski, Sylvania, possession of criminal tools; Dusty Wright, listed at the
county jail, burglary; and Phillip Terry, also at the jail, having weapons while under disability.

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