Three Lucas County men have been indicted on sexual offense charges involving children.
Among the 20 people indicted in cases handed down from Wednesday’s grand jury session were three men, each for disseminating matter harmful to juveniles and pandering obscenity involving a minor or impaired persons. In three separate cases, each of the men allegedly to have sold, solicited, received, purchased, rented, exchanged possessed or controlled material that shows a minor participating or engaging in sexual activity, masturbation or bestiality, or similar charges.
Some of the charges noted the alleged victims as being a juvenile or a law enforcement officer posing as a juvenile or a groups of law enforcement officers posing as juveniles.
Harrison Willis Guest, 22, Toledo, allegedly asked a 16-year-old female to send him a video of her masturbating and nude photographs. He also allegedly sent her a picture of male nudity on May 1.
Mark Wayne Collins, 23, Toledo, allegedly acquired or controlled obscene material with a minor as one of its participants and possessed such material involving a 17-year-old.
Cesar Giovanni Zendejas-Fuentes, 22, Maumee, allegedly conducted similar actions on or about April 24 to May 9, involving a 17-year old juvenile. The pandering charge reportedly involved the minor participating in sexual activity, masturbation or bestiality on May 10. He is also indicted with a charge of trafficking in marijuana, also on May 10.
Also indicted were:
• Douglas Eugene Dahill, 31, Lima, for burglary in regard to $393.90 in merchandise from Meijer in Rossford on July 28. The indictment states he was stopped at the exit and fled the store without the merchandise he was attempting to steal.
• Eric M. Seekings, 37, Deshler, for receiving stolen property, specifically a firearm, in September.
• Co-defendants Amarius M. Gates, 21, and Kailee Nicole Artis, 20, both of Bowling Green, each with burglary in regard to an incident at a Troup Avenue residence. Gates was also indicted for falsification in regarding providing misinformation regarding his identity to authorities.
• Co-defendants Tracy Charles-Edward Gray, 21, Perrysburg, and Danielle Darian Williams, 23, listed with both a Toledo and a Detroit address, each for safe cracking. Gray is also facing one count of forgery and Williams was indicted with three counts of forgery. All of their charges stem from a theft of rent payments from an apartment rental office.
• Angelina P. Smith, 56, Waterville, for operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse or a combination of them on Nov. 7. She has a record of three prior similar offenses in the last 10 years.
• Levi Mills, 23, Hamilton, for failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer. He allegedly fled on foot after he was stopped by an officer for failure to have a front license plate, then providing his identification.
• Jeffrey Dean Hiltz Sr., 45, Toledo, for failure to appear as required by recognizance. He failed to appear for his court appearance on Dec. 24.
• Kelsey Nicole Jordan, 34, Detroit, for possession of cocaine and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia after she was found in her vehicle with the items.
• Derek Robert Daly, 25, Northwood, with four counts of both trafficking in and possession of cocaine as well as trafficking in and possess of a fentanyl-related compound. The charges each contain a specification for forfeiture of $1,843.
• Cassondra Dawn Darlak, 31, Ripley, West Virginia, for possession of a fentanyl-related compound on July 28.
• Brian Jay Granger, 41, Columbus, for aggravated possession of drug on Aug. 17.