3 arrested for theft and drug sales in township


PERRYSBURG – Two Toledo men and a Michigan girl are facing felony charges in connection with a daytime
burglary in the eastern part of the township.
Township police arrested 19-year-old Toledo residents Tim Neslon and Jeffrey Willis as well as a
17-year-old Michigan female on several charges stemming from a July 24 burglary of a home in the Meadows
of Perrysburg subdivision on Oregon Road. While on surveillance, the police caught up with the group a
day later in a store parking lot on Fremont Pike while they were involved in a drug exchange.
Det. Todd Curtis said numerous DVD’s stolen from the Oregon Road residence were sold to an exchange store
for about $66. He said the group also took a laptop computer and cash from the home.
Police witnessed the drug trade at about 4 p.m. on July 25 and subsequently arrested those involved.
According to Perrysburg Municipal Court, Willis had a preliminary hearing Tuesday and was bound over to
Wood County Court of Common Pleas. He is charged with trafficking of drugs and complicity to burglary.
He was being held at Wood County Justice Center as of Wednesday on a $25,000 bond.
Nelson is schedule to appear in Perrysburg for preliminary and pre-trial hearings on Tuesday on charges
of burglary, drug trafficking, theft and possession of drug paraphernalia. He also was charged with
receiving stolen property for a printer that was taken in connection with a separate burglary and with
carrying a concealed weapon due to brass knuckles that were found on his person. His bond at the justice
center is set at $30,000.
Curtis said the juvenile was charged with trafficking in drugs, burglary and theft.
Township police still are investigating another burglary that occurred during the day on July 27 in the
9000 block of Mandell Road. Police reports state that an unknown suspect or suspects forced entry into
the apartment and took electronics, a piggy bank and a tub of whey protein.

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