A North Baltimore woman was indicted by a Wood County grand jury after her two children wandered away from home.
Angelica M. Hernandez, 30, was indicted for two counts of endangering children and possessing a fentanyl-related compound. She is accused of leaving her two children unsupervised in early January.
The North Baltimore police and fire departments were called to locate the children, going door to door in the apartments in the 600 block of South Poe Road. The two children were located on Cherry Street, approximately 1.5 miles from their home.
Also indicted last week were:
Kourtney L. McLamb, 18, Rudolph, for second-degree burglary, third-degree burglary, both felonies, and first-degree petty theft. She reportedly admitted entering a residence in the 100 block of Clay Street in an attempt to steal drugs but instead stole an Xbox One gaming system, a small safe containing over $1,000 in cash and family heirlooms.
Jasmine M. Halpin, 21, Crestwood, Kentucky, for safecracking, petty theft and grand theft of a motor vehicle. She allegedly took $400 without consent after taking keys to a gun safe, stealing the money, then taking a vehicle without permission.
Co-defendants Jermaine M. Reliford, 27, Detroit, and Lashawn Dorothy-Rita Bradford, 22, Clinton Township, Michigan, each for money laundering, possessing criminal tools and receiving proceeds of an offense subject to forfeiture proceedings. They reportedly had in their possession a rental vehicle, $13,505 in cash which was earned through commission of an offense, and nine cell phones with the purpose of committing a felony.
Elisa C. Heard, 19, Toledo, for improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle, two counts. She knowingly had a loaded firearm in her vehicle which was accessible to the operator or passenger without leaving the vehicle.
Co-defendants Davion Tyler, 19, and Leonard Richardson Jr., 19, both of Toledo, each for possessing criminal tools and aggravated possession of drugs. They had in their possession altered credit cards and methylenedioxymethamphetamine.
Co-defendants Edward Pryor, 32, and Alante D. Milton, 28, both of Detroit, each for aggravated possession of drugs, two counts each, and possession of heroin. They also had in their possession $3,008 in cash in drug proceeds
Larry Keith, 38, Maryville, Tennessee, for failure to comply with an order of a police officer, carrying a concealed weapon, having a weapon while under disability and improper handling firearms in a motor vehicle.
Co-defendants Akisha M. Jordan, 41, James R. Lloyd, 18, and April M. Sylvester, 23, all of Toledo. Jordan and Lloyd were each indicted for theft, endangering children and contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a child. Lloyd also was indicted for failure to comply with the order of a police officer. Jordan and Lloyd each allegedly took items from Walmart with a child present. Sylvester was indicted for theft and contributing to the unruliness of delinquency of a child.
Co-defendants Jennifer D. Thompson, 35, Bowling Green, and Joshua J. Perry, 40, Bluffton, each for robbery, two counts petty theft and grand theft of a motor vehicles. They reportedly took from Kroger personal items and electronics with the threat of harm to the victim.
Rhaymoun D. Villolovos, 28, Toledo, for failing to appear as required by recognizance after conviction of a felony.
Joseph F. Dimasso, 36, Perrysburg, for three counts felonious assault, disrupting public service, three counts endangering children, seven counts misdemeanor domestic violence and one count felony domestic violence. In January 2018, Dimasso did cause or attempt to cause physical harm to a family member. The charge became a felony domestic violence because she was pregnant at the time. He also caused physical harm, was a parent of children under the age of 18 and tampered with the telephone service.
Co-defendants Cam R. Jefferson, 20, Hazel Crest, Illinois; Donell Edwards, Jr., 28, Chicago; Randolph E. Nicholson-Burley; 36, Toledo; Keith E. Thompson, 45, Toledo; Jimmy D. Cole, 55, Toledo; and Jerry L. Petersheim, 52, Toledo.
Jefferson was indicted for telecommunication fraud, misuse of credit cards, three counts forgery, three counts receiving stolen property, failure to comply with the order of a police office, attempted theft, possessing criminal tools and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
Edwards for misuse of credit cards, four counts forgery, four counts receiving stolen property, attempted theft and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
Nicholson-Burley for misuse of credit cards, five counts forgery, five counts receiving stolen property, attempted theft, and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
Cole for receiving stolen property, attempted theft, and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
Petersheim for misuse of credit cards, forgery two counts receiving stolen property, attempted theft and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity.
They are accused of using credits card that had expired or been revoked in one or more transactions and used the cards at Home Depot to purchase merchandise in excess of $7,500.
Tyrone Martin, 24, Rossford, for burglary after forcing entry into a home in Rossford and taking two televisions.
Co-defendants Damian Adams, 38, and Sara Heckerman, 39, both of North Baltimore, each for aggravated trafficking in drugs, aggravated possession of drugs, possessing drug abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia. They allegedly possessed and attempt to sell methamphetamine.
Christie M. Loyd, 43, Bowling Green, for felonious assault and aggravated assault after she allegedly used box cutters to attack a woman.
Amanda M. Bravo, 29, Bowling Green, for theft after taking cash from the register at a Bowling Green business valued at more than $1,000.