Pemberville man indicted for felonious assault


A Pemberville man has been indicted for allegedly using a vehicle to cause injury to another.

A Wood County grand jury on Sept. 20 indicted Antonio C. Herrera, 37, for felonious assault, a second-degree felony. On June 21, he allegedly caused serious physical harm to another man by a deadly weapon in this case a motor vehicle.

The grand jury also indicted:

Co-defendants Quinn Anthony Kotsko, 29, Eastpointe, Michigan, and Corey Allan Smith, 33, Fort Gratiot, Michigan, for aggravated trafficking in drugs and aggravated possession of drugs, both first-degree felonies. On Feb. 7, they allegedly were found in possession of and were preparing for distribution 50 times the bulk amount of psilocybin. If found guilty, they may have to forfeit $18,200 in cash. Kotsko also was indicted for tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony, after he allegedly destroyed or concealed records or items in order to impair their value as evidence.

Wayne P. Lanum, 58, Cardington, for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a fifth-degree felony. On Feb. 21, 2018, in Troy Township, he allegedly took a 2007 Kenworth with attached trailer valued at $75,000 without the permission of its owner.

Gregory Joseph Rader, 27, Findlay, for breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony. On June 18, he allegedly entered an unoccupied structure in the 300 block of North Main Street, North Baltimore, and removed two Samsung televisions and two SKIL saws. Rader contacted the North Baltimore Police Department on June 19 and admitted to the offense.

Trevor Richard Dienst, 31, Bowling Green, for vandalism, a fifth-degree felony. On Aug. 31, he allegedly broke a window of a government building.

Co-defendants Antonio Lashawn Cox, 36, Fairburn, Georgia, and Patience Saiyidah Zeena Holloway, 32, Atlanta, Georgia, for money laundering and counterfeiting, both third-degree felonies; and possession of marijuana, a minor misdemeanor. On Dec. 16, the allegedly attempted a corrupt activity through fraud using counterfeit currency. They possessed $6,859 which they may have to forfeit if found guilty. Cox also was indicted for tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony, after he allegedly destroyed or concealed records or items in order to impair their value as evidence.

Logan William Devries, 27, Indianapolis, Indiana, for money laundering, a third-degree felony. On Aug. 30, he allegedly conducted or attempted to conduct a corrupt transaction. He had in his possession $49,890 in currency he may have to forfeit if found guilty.

Co-defendants Shawn Lamell Brooks, 32, currently incarcerated in the Michigan Department of Corrections, and Nequan Poydras, 39, Detroit, for having a weapon while under disability, a third-degree felony; improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property, both fourth-degree felonies; possessing a defaced firearm, a first-degree misdemeanor; and possession of marijuana, a fourth-degree misdemeanor. On Oct. 4, they allegedly had in their possession a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber pistol. The gun, which was found to be stolen and had its serial number altered or removed, was loaded and was located in the vehicle where it was accessible to the driver or passenger without leaving the vehicle. They also allegedly were found in possession of between 100-200 grams of marijuana. Brooks had been convicted of a felony offense in 2010 and Poydras had been convicted of a felony in 2002, both in Michigan.

Adam Billy Lambert, 26, Bluefield, West Virginia, for receiving stolen property and trafficking in marijuana, both fourth-degree felonies; and possessing criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony. On May 5, he allegedly used a key fob to take possession of a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee knowing it had been stolen. He allegedly was preparing for distribution more than 200 grams of marijuana.

Barbara J. Cain, 55, Toledo, for identity fraud and forgery, both fifth-degree felonies; and tampering with records, a third-degree felony. On July 24, she allegedly used the personal identification of another woman and forged her signature. She also allegedly tampered with a traffic citation issued by the Lake Township Police Department.

Nigel Darian Marine, 43, Cockeysville, Maryland, for failure to appear as required by recognizance, a fourth-degree felony. He was indicted in March for trafficking and possession of drugs but failed to appear for his trial, which was set to start in September.

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