Napoleon man indicted for damaging wall at jail


A warrant has been issued for a Napoleon man accused of damaging a wall at a Bowling Green government agency.

A Wood County grand jury on Jan. 18 indicted Blake Andrew Heisler, 38, for vandalism, a fifth-degree felony.

On Dec. 14, Bowling Green police were dispatched to the Northwest Community Corrections Center on East Gypsy Lane Road on a vandalism report.

A corrections employee showed the officer a video of the common room at 8:20 p.m. on Dec. 13. The video showed inmate, Blake Heisler, getting up from his chair and running toward a wall. He then jumped into the wall causing a body size hole in the drywall.

The approximate damage to the wall was $500 and the employee stated that the area would have to be roped off due to the damage.

On Dec. 21, Heisler was released from jail on an own recognizance bond.

A warrant was issued Jan. 19 for his arrest.

The grand jury also indicted:

Alexander J. Carr, 29, Perrysburg, for burglary, a third-degree felony; violating a protection order, a third-degree felony; and assault, a first-degree misdemeanor. On Dec. 11, he allegedly barged into an occupied residence in the 13000 block of Five Point Road and assaulted a man and a woman. The woman was a family member who had requested a temporary protection order against Carr, which had been served just hours prior. Carr allegedly charged the man, put him in a headlock and started punching him.

Carr is in jail with a $100,000 bond.

Dakota Demaline, 18, Perrysburg, for disrupting public service, a fourth-degree felony; aggravated menacing, a first-degree misdemeanor; and two counts domestic violence, one a first-degree and one a fourth-degree misdemeanor. On Dec. 11 in the 200 block of East Napoleon Road, Demaline allegedly restrained a woman and slapped her leg, then threatened her with a knife and took her phone away. The alleged victim reportedly had to run to a friend’s apartment for help.

Joseph Allen Kaufman, 28, Waterville, for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony, and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse or a combination of them (OVI), a first-degree misdemeanor. On Dec. 7, police received multiple reckless operation calls regarding a driver on Interstate 75 near milepost 190. The driver was reportedly speeding, weaving in and out of traffic and driving off the road into the median. He then struck the median cable barrier and nearly missed the patrol car, which was parked in the crossover. The officer observed the driver’s vehicle was smoking and sustained considerable damage before initiating a pursuit. The drive fled southbound on I-75, driving extremely recklessly, outside his lane and completely off the road numerous times. The speed ranged from 35-75 mph. Stop sticks were successfully deployed but the driver continued on flat tires. Two more sets of stop sticks were deployed at milepost 175 and the driver came to a stop before striking them. He refused to comply with orders to get out of the vehicle and was eventually forcibly removed and taken into custody.

A warrant was issued Jan. 19 for his arrest.

Scott Mason Sheamer, 33, Waterville, for unauthorized use of a vehicle, a fifth-degree felony. On Oct. 24 in the 4400 block of Devils Hole Road, Pemberville, Sheamer allegedly took control of a motor vehicle without the consent of the owner. The owner identified Sheamer as the likely suspect.

Everett B. Sheffield, 54, Detroit, for trafficking in cocaine and possession of cocaine, both fourth-degree felonies. On Jan. 29, 2022, he allegedly was found in possession of and preparing for distribution between five and 10 grams of cocaine.

Randy Timothy Roberts, 37, Detroit, for three counts of identify fraud, all fifth-degree felonies. On May 1, he allegedly used the personal identification information of two women and one man without consent.

Charles G. Nichols, 30, Paducah, Kentucky, for aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. On June 1, he allegedly was found in possession of psilocyn, a Schedule I controlled substance.

Eric Desean Sykes, 40, Detroit, for trafficking in cocaine and possession of cocaine, both first-degree felonies; and possession of marijuana, a third-degree felony. On Sept. 15, he was accused of being in possession of and preparing for shipment 27 grams of cocaine. He also allegedly was found in possession of between 1,000 and 5,000 grams of marijuana.

Devin A. Croley, 30, Toledo, for domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony; and violating a protection order, a third-degree felony. On Dec. 3 in the 4200 block of Moser Lane, Perrysburg, Croley allegedly violated the terms of a protection order and physically assaulted the protected person. He has a prior felony domestic violence conviction, in August in Toledo Municipal Court.

Patricia Lynn Garcia, 50, Toledo, for three counts theft, all fifth-degree felonies. On Dec. 2, police received an email regarding the theft of three bank checks from a restaurant in the 9800 block of Fremont Pike, Rossford. Garcia, who was the manager at the time of the theft, is accused of fraudulently cashing the checks after making them out to herself. The checks were valued at $2,292. She was fired July 28 after failing to return from a leave of absence.

Marvin Short Jr., 34, Toledo, for identity fraud and theft from a person in a protected class, both fifth-degree felonies. On Nov. 23, he is accused of using a co-worker’s Cash App to send money to himself. The co-worker had approved one transaction with Short and told police Short would often ask to use his phone. A total of 17 transactions were completed totaling $735. The owner of the phone, who has medically been diagnosed as disabled, told police there was no password set on the Cash App.

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