Two Wood County men have been indicted for assault.
A Wood County grand jury on June 7 indicted Anthony R. Haney, 23, Bowling Green, for two counts aggravated vehicular assault, both third-degree felonies, and two counts operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse or a combination of them (OVI), both first-degree misdemeanors.
He is accused of causing serious physical harm to two people while driving under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them.
Not only was he allegedly impaired while behind the wheel, but he also allegedly had a blood alcohol content of between 0.08 and 0.17.
According to the Wood County Sheriff’s Office crash report, on May 27 at 2 a.m., Haney was sitting in his 2019 Toyota Camry in a private drive in the 10200 block of Sugar Ridge Road.
Jesse Harman, 48, Woodville, was eastbound on a 2011 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy.
Haney failed to yield and entered the roadway heading west. He collided with the motorcycle.
Harman and his passenger, Kim Harman, 49, Woodville, were both ejected from the bike. Neither was wearing a helmet, according to the crash report.
The couple were taken by air ambulance to Toledo Hospital with suspected serious injuries.
Vincent R. Turner, 32, of North Baltimore but currently in the SEARCH program, was indicted for assault, a fourth-degree felony; obstructing official business and cruelty to companion animals, both fifth-degree felonies; and two counts domestic violence, both first-degree misdemeanors.
On May 4, he is accused of causing serious physical harm to a police officer by slamming a front door on the officer who was responded to a domestic violence report in the 100 block of South Tarr Street in North Baltimore.
Vincent then allegedly barricaded himself in the residence until being removed by the Wood County SRT team.
He allegedly caused physical harm to two family or household members by punching them and allegedly caused serious physical harm to a dog.
He was sentenced to the Northwest Community Corrections Center SEARCH program on May 25 after pleaded guilty to failure to comply with an order or a signal of a police officer.