Grand jury indicts 11 for drugs, forgery, fraud, robbery charges


Andrasha Nash, currently in custody at the Wood County jail, was among 11 individuals indicted by a Wood
County Grand Jury last week. Nash, 25 was indicted for forgery and two counts of identity fraud.
The forgery charge specified the use of or possession of another’s identification card. The identity
charges involved two different individuals.
Stephanie Eastman, 63, Liberty Center, was indicted for the use of another’s check on March 17.
Earnest Price, 55, of Toledo, was indicted for insurance fraud. The indictment for the August 2007
incident indicated the amount was more than $500, but less than $5,000.
Timothy Teneyck, 43, listed in the county jail, was indicted for robbery and disrupting public services.
The latter charge involved damaging or disruption of communications.
Garry Isbell, 53, Curtice, was also indicted for robbery.
The remainder of the indictments were all drug-related.
Antoine McCoy, 31, and Chad Dayton, 22, both of Fostoria, both were indicted for complicity to aggravated
possession of cocaine with a specification and complicity to aggravated trafficking, both with a
Corrie Patton, 30, of Deshler, and Lamont Robinson, 34, Fremont, were both indicted for possession of
cocaine, with Robinson’s charge including a specification. Shanda Myers, 20, Cygnet, was indicted for
possession of heroin and tampering with evidence. Neil Potter, 34, of Plymouth, Mich., was indicted for
possession of drugs.
Nash, Price, Patton, Myers and Eastman were all assigned to appear before Judge Robert Pollex; Robinson,
McCoy and Dayton’s cases were all assigned to Judge Alan Mayberry; and Isbell, Teneyck and Potter will
all be in Judge Reeve Kelsey’s courtroom.
In addition to the indictments, bills of information were handed down for Heather Gonzales, Toledo, and
Jeremy Owens, Northwood,
Gonzales, 22, is charged with theft through the Bowling Green Municipal Court. Owens, 33, was charged
with possession of drugs through Perrysburg’s court. Kelsey was assigned to hear both of those cases.

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