BGSU football player indicted for attempted rape


A Bowling Green State University football player was indicted for attempted rape by a Wood County grand
William Houston, 19, Mansfield, was indicted on one count of attempted rape, a second-degree felony.
The charge stems from an incident allegedly occurring on July 20 of this year in the 200 block of
Manville Avenue in Bowling Green.
Court documents allege that Houston, a sophomore running back, got on top of a female in her bed at the
location, and attempted to engage in sexual conduct with her, and "held (her) down by force."

Houston is listed as a member on the team’s roster for 2014.
Jason Knavel, BGSU’s assistant athletic director for athletic communications, said this morning that
Houston is not working out or practicing with the team currently, nor is he taking part in team
activities in any way, but he is not a "former" member of the team. He further said that
Huston’s case is going through the university’s code of conduct.
A further hearing in the case has not yet been set.
Also indicted were:
•    Diamond Carlton, 32, North Baltimore: possession of heroin.
•    Joseph Caudill, 34, Harrodsburg, Kentucky: possession of heroin, possessing drug abuse instruments.

•    Glenn Cedoz, 25, Perrysburg: aggravated burglary.
•    Jeremy Furden, 37, Walbridge: forgery, identity fraud, safecracking, theft.
•    Latwaun Griffin, 23, Toledo: felonious assault.
•    David Hedges, 26, Bowling Green: trafficking in marijuana.
•    Garry Isbell, 59, Toledo: menacing by stalking, violating a protection order.
•    Dejah McGill, 20, Knoxville, Tennessee: possessing criminal tools, trafficking in cocaine,
possession of cocaine.
•    Donald Schacht II, 29, Perrysburg: domestic violence, intimidation, obstructing justice, harassment
with a bodily substance.
•    Timothy Short, 33, Perrysburg: possession of heroin.
•    Shauna Stumm, 33, Lambertville, Michigan: burglary.
•    Joseph Wittenmyer, 27, currently of the Wood County jail, and Schyler Keeney, 26, McComb:
trafficking in heroin.
•    Marvin Wright Jr., 58, Weston: two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a
drug of abuse, or a combination of them.
Bills of information were handed up for:
•    Matthew Chapman, 29, McComb: forgery.
•    Jonathan Hall, 44, Toledo: burglary.
•    Douglas Hall, 45, Toledo: burglary.
•    Rene Rosales, 59, Toledo: possession of drugs.
•    Kyle McKitrick, 25, North Baltimore: theft.
•    Pierre Whitiker, 31, Toledo: possession of drugs.

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