The Fulton County Grand Jury handed down a singlecount indictment against John Michael Luna, 55, Archbold, charging him with a single count of domestic violence.
The grand jury met Monday, June 19, and handed down indictments against 16 individuals.
Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said in a press release, “on or about June 3, he (Luna) allegedly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household member.”
Archbold police were called to an incident at Luna’s 402 High Street home at about 8:22 pm, Saturday, June 3.
The police report identified the alleged victim of the incident as Josue Alberto Luna, 21, of the same address. The report stated he suffered an apparent minor injury.
Luna was arrested at the scene and taken to the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio, where he was still being held as of last week.
•Nathanial L. Fuller, 31, Bryan; indicted on one count, possession of heroin; on or about May 9, he allegedly possessed heroin.
•Danyel L. Vanarsdalen, 30, West Unity; indicted on one count, complicity to commit possession of heroin; on or about May 9, she allegedly aided another in possessing heroin.
•Dustin E. Palmer, 26, Wayland, Iowa; indicted on one count each, aggravated possession of drugs, possession of hashish, a derivative of the marijuana plant, and Psilocyn, the active compound in most psychedelic mushrooms.
•Christopher A. Bloomer, 43, Wauseon; indicted on one count, rape; on or about May 22, allegedly engaged in sexual conduct by compelling that person to submit by force or threat of force.
•Penni L. Miller, 40, Wauseon; indicted on one count each, theft of drugs, aggravated possession of drugs; on or about Dec. 30, 2016, allegedly stole the prescription painkiller Percocet.
•Amy S. Mathers, 42, Delta; indicted on one count, possession of cocaine; on or about Dec. 5, 2016, allegedly possessed cocaine.
•Samuel C. Garell, 32, Tulsa, Okla., indicted on one count, identity fraud; on or about May 30, he allegedly used or possessed personal identifying information of another person to represent the other person’s personal identifying information as his own personal identifying information.
•Kraig A. Hornung, 29, West Unity, and Bridgett N. Patch, 23, West Unity: each indicted on one count each, engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, theft; on or about May 28-30, allegedly stole property valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500; allegedly participated in the affairs of an enterprise through a pattern of corrupt activity.
•Ricky Beltran, 34, Wauseon; indicted on one count each, possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, aggravated possession of drugs; on or about Jan. 10, allegedly possessed heroin, cocaine, and the prescription painkiller Fentanyl.
•Clarissia P. Ramon, 59, Wauseon; indicted on one count each, tampering with records, theft; on or about Jan. 3-Dec. 19, 2016, allegedly stole unemployment compensation benefits valued at more than $1,000 but less than $7,500; allegedly tampered with records belonging to a state governmental entity.
•Dean A. Ricker, 47, Napoleon; indicted on one count, domestic violence; on or about June 3, allegedly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household member.
•Anthony McCauley, 70, Swanton; indicted on 20 counts, pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor; on or about Nov. 9, 2016-May 11, 2017, allegedly possessed material that showed a minor participating or engaging in sexual activity or masturbation.
•Jason L. Cadwell, 43, Stryker; indicted on eight counts, forgery, four counts, theft of drugs; on or about Jan. 20-24, allegedly forged eight controlled substances records and stole drugs.
•Jad H. Sweidan, 69, Lyons, indicted on one count each, possession of marijuana, illegal manufacture of drugs, trafficking in hashish, two counts, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, on or about June 13, allegedly possessed marijuana and assembled or possessed chemicals that may be used to manufacture hashish; also allegedly manufactured and prepared for shipment and-or transport hashish, having reasonable cause to believe that is was intended for sale by himself.