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Grand Jury Indicts Local Man For Theft, Burglary




Joshua K. Bennett, 24, Archbold, has been indicted on one count each of burglary and theft by the Fulton County Grand Jury.

Roger D. Nagel, county prosecuting attorney, said Bennett allegedly “on or about May 9, broke into an occupied structure and stole a blank check.”

The Fulton County Grand Jury met on Monday, July 21, and handed down indictments against Bennett and seven others:

•Candy J. Waite, 36, Fayette; indicted on one count domestic violence; allegedly on or about July 17, Waite caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household member; indictment specifies she has been previously convicted of domestic violence.

•Jacob J. Baker, 18, Swanton; indicted on one count robbery; allegedly on or about June 30, while attempting, committing, or fleeing after a theft offense, he inflicted, attempted, or threatened to inflict harm to another person.

•Joshua Gallup, 22, address unknown; indicted on one count each burglary, theft of a firearm, and theft; allegedly, on or about June 24, Gallup trespassed into an occupied structure and stole a firearm; indictment also alleges on or about June 19, he stole a blank check.

•Matthew Charles Hahn, 22, Lyons; indicted on one count, burglary; allegedly, on or about June 23, Hahn broke into an occupied structure to commit a criminal offense.

•Keith Edward McCullough; 31, Delta; indicted on one count, burglary; allegedly on or about June 23, McCullough broke into an occupied structure to commit a criminal offense.

•Brian D. Bentley, 32, Toledo; indicted on two counts, driving while intoxicated; allegedly, on or about June 20, operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drug abuse, or combination of both; one count alleges Bentley has been convicted of five or more DUI offences in the past 20 years; second count alleges three or four DUI convictions in the last six years.

Jessica D. Coale, 20, address unknown; indicted on one count each, passing bad checks and forgery; allegedly, on or about June 9, she forged and passed a check in the amount of $532.20, which she knew would be dishonored.


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