Two men on separate sides of a June 30 incident at Bowling Green City Park have both been indicted by a Wood County Grand Jury.
Also two men have been indicted for raping young girls in separate incidents.
As previously reported on June 30 , the Bowling Green Police Division responded to the park regarding a man who allegedly pulled a gun during an 11 p.m. robbery of illegal drugs.
Martez Mitchell, 20, Bowling Green, was indicted on two counts of aggravated robbery for using a BB gun to rob Noah Waszak, 18, Swanton, of two ounces of marijuana and multiple vials of THC vape cartridges.
Waszak was indicted for trafficking in marijuana.
Steven Leonard Mercer, 42, was indicted for kidnapping, rape and two counts of gross sexual imposition for a June 19 incident involving a 12-year-old girl. He was listed in custody at the Wood County Justice Center with no other address provided.
David Barbosa-Guzman, 38, also listed in jail, was indicted for rape in a cold case from November 2007 involving a 10-year-old girl. His charge also includes a specification for him as a violent predator.
Also indicted were:
• Robert Earl Barnes, 51, Chicago, with two counts each of forgery, identity fraud and attempted theft, along with one count of tampering with evidence for possession and attempted use of a phony bank card of a local man at both Rossford and Northwood banks on June 25. Both bank tellers were signaled through bank records that there was a potential problem with the account and neither gave Barnes any money.
• Elizabeth C. Jackson, 51, Bowling Green, for assault involving a police officer on May 7.
• Garrett Delton Hart, 25, Bradner, for theft involving more than $1,000 in tools from his employer between April 1 to June 10. He allegedly sold the stolen tools at a recycling facility.
• Bobby G. Combs Jr., 37, Van Buren, for tampering with evidence from a June 1 incident where he allegedly crawled through a window to flush some methamphetamine down the toilet.
• Justin James Hill, 28, Toledo, for endangering children and failing to comply with an order or signal of a police officer on May 27.
• James Fredrick Schnitkey II, 49, Bowling Green, for identity fraud and having weapons while under disability, stemming from his use of insurance card of another individual.
• Co-defendants Cortez Immanuel Hatchett, 25, Taylor, Michigan, along with Quantez Brock, 18, and Chamarco Robinson, 22, both of Detroit, for receiving stolen property in a June 9 incident at Kroger involving more than $1,000.
• Corey Lynell Hairston, 45, Toledo, for receiving stolen property involving a motor vehicle.
• Ryan M. Krajnik, 29, Toledo, two counts of theft, seven counts of forgery and two counts of receiving stolen property for checks written to Krajnik that were forged. The seven checks ranged from $70 to $180 each.
• Tyler Jerome Adams, 29, North Baltimore, both burglary and attempted burglary on May 7.
• Susan T. Laware, 55, Deshler, for intimidation and retaliation for a July 1 incident.
• Chaz Booker-Main Braswell, 22, Toledo, for felonious assault, criminal damaging or endangering, and failing to comply with an order or signal of a police officer. This was reportedly after a July 1 incident when he was seen on the roadway and was known to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
• Mariah Rose Michael, 22, Waterville, following a Jan. 5 traffic stop for possession of a fentanyl-related compound.
• Brandon Damien Harris, 25, Findlay, for possessing criminal tools, trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana.
• Co-defendants Angelica Marie Aldaco, 27, and Sumar Holiday, 31, both of Toledo, for possession of heroin.
• Lateisha Taniqua Cannady-Foster, 24, Detroit, for possessing criminal tools and trafficking in marijuana.
• Tahra S. Buck, 47, listed at the Northwest Reconnection Center in Cleveland, for theft from a person in a protected class. The case involves more than $1,000 from Aug. 10-Nov. 1, 2018.
• Jose Maria Quijada Ortega, 21, Charlotte, North Carolina, for improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle.
(Barbosa-Guzman's age has been corrected in this article.)