Accused burglar faces tampering charge

The man charged with the burglary at Andrew Z’s Pizzeria was also indicted for tampering with evidence on
Wednesday by a Wood County grand jury.
David Wright, 44, of Maumee, is currently in the Wood County jail for his alleged breaking and entering
the former Levis Commons establishment operated by Andrew Zepeda. The latest indictment charges Wright
with tampering with evidence in the pending case.
He is to appear before Wood County Common Pleas Court Judge Alan Mayberry on Friday at 11:30 a.m..
He was among 16 people who were indicted by the grand jury. Of the other 15, all but one are facing
charges related to drugs, and/or burglary and theft offenses.
Among those indicted are Jeffrey Rodriguez, 27, and Jimmie Jackson, 27, both of Detroit, who were both
charged with similar charges of complicity to trafficking in cocaine; complicity to trafficking in
counterfeit substances; complicity to trafficking in marijuana and complicity to possession of
marijuana. Both are to appear before Judge Robert Pollex on Jan. 18 at 1:30 p.m.
Others indicted include:
¥ Matthew Llanas, 26, of Bowling Green and currently listed in jail, burglary and trafficking in LSD.
¥ Bryan Ross, 47, of Malinta, two counts of trafficking in marijuana. (Mayberry)
¥ Anthony Gatling, 32, of Toledo, trafficking in cocaine. (Mayberry)
¥ Jeffrey Long, 53, of Toledo, receiving stolen property and two counts of burglary. (Judge Reeve Kelsey)

¥ Thomas Champion, 23, of Oregon, receiving stolen property. (Pollex)
Judith Whitt, aka Judith Arp, 50, of Toledo, possession of drugs and tampering with evidence. (Mayberry)

¥ Chadwick Hammer, 37, of Toledo, and currently listed in jail, identity fraud, possession of criminal
tools, receiving stolen property and drug possession. (Mayberry)
¥ Scot Andrew, 37, of Swanton, receiving stolen property. (Mayberry)
¥ Dennis Coveney, 19, of Westlake, theft. (Kelsey)
¥ Mark Francis Jr., 20, of Columbus, burglary. (Pollex)
¥ Dennis Boldt, 53, of Skokie, Ill., theft, receiving stolen property and possessing criminal tools. His
co-defendant, Deana Deem, 43, complicity to theft, complicity to receiving stolen property and
possessing criminal tools. (Kelsey)
¥ Wesley Gatling, 27, of Toledo, possession of drugs. (Kelsey)
¥ Timothy Arden, 34, of Woodville, failure to comply with order or signal of police officer.
In addition to the indictments, a bill of information was issued for Victor Magallanes, 22, of Bradner,
who is charged with receiving stolen property.