Weston man indicted for gross sexual imposition

A Weston man charged with gross sexual imposition was among 18 indicted recently by a Wood County Grand
Jury.
According to the indictment, Brian D. Klinger, 36, Weston, was charged with gross sexual imposition in
connection with alleged sexual contact with a minor between Nov. 19 and Nov. 27 of this year. The minor
was 12 years old at the time of the incidents.
Also indicted were:
•    Roman Alvarado, 43, Bowling Green: grand theft.
•    Stephen Bihn, 45, Perrysburg: theft.
•    Kevin Byington, 25, Millbury: possession of heroin.
•    Travis Denison, 33, Jacksonville, Florida: burglary.
•    Chad Jones, 36, Bowling Green: theft.
•    Emmanuel Kator, 24, Chicago: forgery.
•    Christiansen Lewis, 21, Chicago: forgery.
•    Christopher Malsbury, 32, Bowling Green: trafficking in marijuana (four counts).
•    Joseph Meeker, 21, Toledo: felonious assault.
•    Alissa Monosmith, 22, Bowling Green: trafficking in marijuana (four counts).
•     Jesse Perez, 35, Perrysburg: disrupting public services, aggravated trespass, attempted felonious
assault.
•    Nathaniel Rivera, 19. Temperance, Michigan: possession of heroin.
•    Taylor Roose, 20, Bowling Green: illegal conveyance of drugs of abuse onto grounds of a specified
governmental facility.
•    Willie Washington, 24, Chicago: forgery, complicity in the commission of an offense.
•    Ronald Weaver, 61, Sneedville, Tennessee: failure to comply with order or signal of a police
officer.
•    Patricia Vasquez, Perrysburg: theft of drugs.