Bradner duo indicted for endangering children


A Bradner duo is facing similar charges involving the woman’s children and the man’s actions during a
Feb. 16 incident.
Also, one Bowling Green man was indicted — for the third time this year — with both assault and
abduction; and another Bowling Green man was indicted with domestic violence.
Those were among those indicted April 17.
Desiree D. Collins, 39, and Trenton Walls, 41, both of Bradner, are each facing three counts of
endangering children, one count each of possessing criminal tools, illegal manufacture of drugs, and
illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for manufacture of drugs. According to court records, the
assembly and manufacture of the drugs took place in the presence of Collins’ three minor children.
According to court records, Collins, after being read her Miranda rights, admitted she knew that Walls
was manufacturing drugs in the home.
James Greenwood Griffin, 24, of Bowling Green, was indicted with one count of assault and one count of
abduction in regard to his actions Dec. 22, 2018 with a female victim. The assault case is a
first-degree misdemeanor; however, the abduction count is a third-degree felony.
Earlier this month, Griffin was indicted with a third-degree felony abduction charge involving a
different woman as well as a fourth-degree felony count of disrupting public service and a misdemeanor
count of criminal damaging or endangering.
In February, Griffin was also indicted with additional charges involving the same woman as the most
recent charges. In that case Griffin was indicted with one count of a second-degree felony felonious
assault charge, a third-degree felony abduction charge, a fourth-degree disrupting public services, and
a second-degree misdemeanor of obstructing official business.
Craig Lamar Gibson, 29, of Bowling Green, was indicted with felonious assault for a Feb. 26 incident.
Court records indicate a previous conviction with the same or similar charge.
Others indicted include:
• Chris Patrick Powers, 49, of Bowling Green, for felonious assault in a Nov. 23, 2018 incident.
• Brian W. Cameron, 35, of Bowling Green, for grand theft of a motor vehicle, a 2009 Ford Fusion.
• Brandon Elmer Louis Shultz, 30, of Napoleon, with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a
drug of abuse or a combination of them (OVI).
• Jordan Marsh, 33, of Bloomdale, for improperly handling firearms in a vehicle and operating a vehicle
under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse or a combination of them (OVI).
• Dawyn M. Hammer, 44, of Northwood, for harassment with a bodily substance while being detained on
Christmas of 2018.
• James A. Temeyck, 27, of Toledo, for grand theft, telecommunications fraud and misuse of credit cards
belonging to a company.
• Christina E. Linder, 38, of Custar, for theft of more than $1,000 between Nov. 1, 2018 and Jan. 24,
• Anthony Robert Scarrow, 35, of Toledo, in two separate cases was indicted for forgery and possessing
criminal tools, and in the other case failure to appear as required by recognizance.
• On Feb. 12, four people were alleged to have been involved in related crimes as co-defendants. Both
Treasure April Henderson, 24, and Veronica Ann Sharp, 41, both of Detroit, were indicted for complicity
in the commission of an offense. Eddie Lamark Galloway, 27, also of Detroit, was indicted for forgery,
identity fraud and possessing criminal tools. Shawn Daniel Norwood, 27, of Atlanta, was indicted for
tampering with evidence and possessing criminal tools.
• Allan Bottie,60, of Kissimmee, Florida, and the Superior Transportation Group, Inc., of Orlando,
Florida, are co-defendants and both charged with theft, petty theft and telecommunications fraud
regarding the use of a local woman’s credit card on June 19, 2018.
• Harold Christopher Geiger, 29, of Pembrock, Georgia, for forgery, possessing criminal tools and two
counts of tampering with evidence.
• Angela R. Kimball, 41, of Walbridge, failure to register
• Zachary-Michael Palmer-Nickols, 31, of Tontogany, for possession of a fentanyl-related compound and
possessing drug abuse instruments.
• Ryan Deshetler, 26, of Perrysburg, two counts of possession of cocaine from a March 28 incident.
• Job Ben Israel, 24, of Fremont, for improperly handling firearms in a vehicle.
• Candie Nicole Hatton, 29, of Winchester, Kentucky, for tampering with evidence and aggravated
possession of drugs.
• James Stratman, 18, of Newport, Kentucky, after being stopped on Interstate 75, was charged with
receiving stolen property and failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer in regard to
a stolen vehicle.
• Lisa Rae Allen, 45, of Hamtramck, Michigan, for aggravated possession of drugs.

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