A Perrysburg businessman had been indicted for grand theft.
Seabrook (aka Steven) Riddle, 45, who operates Riddle Service and other Perrysburg-based businesses, was
indicted for grand theft, a fourth-degree felony; and tampering with records, a third-degree felony.
A Wood County grand jury issued indictments on March 18.
On March 15, 2019, Riddle is accused of depriving a couple of property or service at the amount of
$10,500 by knowingly obtaining or exerting control by deception of either the property or services.
On Sept. 13, 2019, he allegedly defrauded a family member by falsifying, destroying or concealing a false
mechanic’s lien. The record belonged to a local, state or federal government entity.
A Defiance bank filed for foreclosure of his Wood Creek Court home in 2019 and Riddle filed for Chapter 7
bankruptcy in 2020.
A Wood County grand jury presented 30 bills of indictment March 18.
Co-defendants Nicole Simon, 34, and Ashlynne P. Delong, 33, both of North Baltimore, for theft and misuse
of credit cards, both fifth-degree felonies. On Oct. 2, they allegedly used a Huntington Bank credit
card in one or more transactions and deprived the owner of $2,578.
Tony Lee Hall, 44, Rudolph, for two counts domestic violence, one a fourth-degree felony and one a
third-degree misdemeanor. On Feb. 9, he is accused of grabbing a family member by the wrist while he was
drunk and twisting it. The misdemeanor charge is from his yelling at a family member who was pregnant.
He previously had been convicted of domestic violence.
Wesley W. Kirby, 43, Defiance, for possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fifth-degree felony on
Mohammad Razwan Chaudhry, 21, Springfield, for trafficking in marijuana, a third-degree felony. On Sept.
17, he allegedly prepared for distribution more than 5,000 grams of marijuana.
Raymont Stephens, 38, Supply, North Carolina, for money laundering, a third-degree felony; receiving
stolen property, a fourth-degree felony; tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony; having weapons
while under disability, a third-degree felony; and possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony. On Feb.
20, he allegedly received a firearm while having reasonable cause to believe it had been obtained
through theft, had been previously convicted of possession of heroin, did alter, destroy or conceal
evidence knowing that an investigation was in progress, and attempted to conduct a transaction with
money that was contraband or derived from an offense.
Ashley Lynne Scott, 31, Toledo, for tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony, and illegal use or
possession of drug paraphernalia, a fourth-degree misdemeanor. On July 22, Northwood police were
dispatched to an unconscious female on a bench behind a hotel in the 2000 block of Lauren Lane. They
recognized the woman as having been at an overdose death they were just investigating. She then
reportedly concealed a needle.
Co-defendants Stephen T. Cornett, 21, Nicholasville, Kentucky, and Jayden M. Gray, 19, Lexington,
Kentucky, for improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony, and trafficking
in marijuana, a third-degree felony. On Dec. 16, they are accused of preparing for distribution in
excess of 1,000 grams of marijuana and having a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle that was accessible to
the operator or passenger.
Kevin George Stichler, 50, Toledo but currently in jail, for two counts receiving stolen property, one a
fourth-degree felony and one a fifth-degree felony, and failure to comply with an order or signal of a
police officer, a third-degree felony. Law enforcement responded on Feb. 1 to a report of a pickup with
a trailer that pulled into a location in the 13000 block of Kramer Road around 4:30 a.m. and then left
that location. The driver failed to respond to an effort to pull him over and led the officer on a
22-mile pursuit northbound on Interstate 75 from U.S. 6 to Ohio 795. The vehicle crashed and two
passengers, including Stichler, were transported to the hospital. The trailer belonged to Goodwill
Edward Davis IV, 28, formerly of Bowling Green and currently of Macomb, Michigan, for five counts
trafficking in marijuana, all fifth-degree felonies. On March 29, 2019, he reportedly sold 2 grams of
marijuana to a confidential information for $20. It was one of five controlled buys with Davis over a
period of a year.
Co-defendants Raymond C. Poore, 38, and Jodi A. Sausaman, 35, both of Akron, for trafficking in marijuana
and possession of marijuana, both third-degree felonies. On Aug. 12, they were found in possession with
plans to distribute more than 1,000 grams of marijuana.
Johnny Reime, 37, Grove City, for money laundering, a third-degree felony, and two counts possessing
criminal tools, both fifth-degree felonies. He reportedly had in his possession $22,770 which was either
contraband or derived through an offense. He had possession of a cell phone with the intent to use it to
facilitate corrupt activity.
Stacy Sue Adams, 37, Toledo, for felonious assault, a second-degree felony. On Feb. 28, she allegedly got
into an argument with a family member and displayed an open folding knife. The family member suffered
puncture wounds to his right palm and right triceps.
Anthony M. Harrison, 34, Wayne, for domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony. On Sept. 3, he allegedly
caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family member. He previously had been convicted of
Shanah S. Newsome Sr., 43, Toledo and currently in jail, for felonious assault, a second-degree felony;
and domestic violence, a third-degree felony. On Jan. 14 in Stony Ridge, she allegedly pushed another
woman from behind into the trunk of a vehicle, causing her to strike her head, resulting in a severe
laceration to her forehead.
Bryan Keith Stenson III, 20, Toledo, for improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree
felony. He was found with a .22 caliber Berretta handgun in a motor vehicle that was assessable to the
operator or passenger.
Emerald Troquille, 23, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, for obstructing official business, a fifth-degree felony,
and failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony. On Aug. 22,
Troquille reportedly eluded police after receiving a visible signal to stop and caused a substantial
risk of serious harm to persons or property. He also allegedly prevented or obstructed the performance
of a public official.
Anthony Brogno, 27, Belchertown, Massachusetts, for aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree
felony. On Jan. 22, he was allegedly found in possession of psilocybin.
Keith A. Vore, 52, currently in jail, for assault, a fourth-degree felony; two counts aggravated
menacing, both first-degree misdemeanors; criminal damaging or endangering, a second-degree misdemeanor;
criminal trespass, a fourth-degree misdemeanor; resisting arrest, a second-degree misdemeanor; and
harassment with a bodily substance, a fifth-degree felony. On March 2, he is accused of entering a
Sunoco gas station, making a woman and a man believe he would cause them serious physical harm, breaking
a glass window and a vase at Knight’s Inn, and resisting arrest. He also is accused of throwing a bodily
substance onto a law enforcement officer and causing or attempting to cause physical harm to a peace
officer or a person performing emergency medical services.
John George, 59, Maysville, Kentucky, for improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a
fourth-degree felony. His vehicle was stopped Oct. 1 for a turn signal violation and traveling too
close. A K-9 search for narcotics led to a probable cause search that uncovered a loaded firearm.
A Perrysburg businessman had been indicted for grand theft.