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Breaking News: Garage Sale Correction

Indict Woman For Theft From Local Business; 13 Others Named By Jury

Jessica D. Coale, 21, Swanton, has been indicted by the Fulton County grand jury on counts of forgery and theft from Archbold SuperValu.

Roger Nagel, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said on or about June 6, Coale allegedly forged a payroll check and stole property from the supermarket.

She was one of 14 persons charged with felony-level crimes by grand jury.

Others are

•Randy Gueli, 33, Wauseon; indicted on one count each importuning, gross sexual imposition, sexual imposition; allegedly on or about Nov. 5, 2007, Gueli engaged in illegal sexual activity with a person over 13 but under 16.

•Joshua D. Rothman, 49, Perrysburg; indicted on one count each assault, carrying a concealed weapon, aggravated menacing, felonious assault; allegedly on or about Sept. 5, caused a victim to believe he would cause physical harm to the victim, first with a knife, then with a vehicle.

•Troy Hughes Morris, 44, Wauseon; indicted on one count domestic violence; allegedly on or about Sept. 9, caused or attempted to cause physical harm to family or household member; indictment alleges Morris has a previous domestic violence conviction in Michigan.

•Christopher G. Blake, 21, Wauseon; indicted on one count each possession of cocaine; aggravated possession of drugs, and tampering with evidence; allegedly on or about July 31, knowingly obtained, possessed, or used cocaine and ecstasy.

•Diego Fernando Cevallos, 37, Chicago, Ill.; indicted on one count, possession cocaine; allegedly on Aug. 23, knowingly obtained, possessed, or used cocaine.

•Michael A. Eitniear, 42, Hillsdale, Mich.; indicted on one count each driving while intoxicated and falsification; allegedly on or about Aug. 21, operated motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or both; indictment specifies that Eitniear was convicted of felony DUI in Williams County; also, Eitniear allegedly gave false information to authorities when arrested.

•Tyler E. Smith, 32, Delta; indicted on three counts of theft, passing bad checks, and criminal damaging or endangering; allegedly, on July 18, transferred a check for $3,970 knowing it would be dishonored; indictment also alleges on Aug. 15, stole blank checks and a credit card.

•Robert E. Henricks, 58, Delta; indicted on theft and misuse of credit cards; allegedly on July 14, did with purpose to deprive the owner, obtained or used a credit card without owner’s consent.

•Rick A. Sullivan, 45, address unknown; indicted on one count theft; allegedly between July 1, 2007 and May 26, 2008, stole a refrigerator.

•Michael R. Moser, 28, Bryan; indicted on seven counts forgery, theft from an elderly person, four counts theft; allegedly on various dates, forged checks and stole money and credit cards from an elderly person.

•Tara L. O’Neil, 24, Wauseon; indicted on forgery and theft from an elderly person or disabled adult; allegedly on Aug. 15, she forged a writing and obtained $5,000 in cash belonging to an elderly person.

•Ronald J. Ditmyer, 20, Toledo; indicted on two counts receiving stolen property; allegedly or about Sept. 1, received, retained, or disposed of two Ohio license plates, which he knew or had reasonable cause to believe were stolen.

•Jesus Meraz, 37, Dallas, Texas; indicted on six counts, nonsupport of dependents; allegedly between May 2005 and May 2008, failed to pay child support, accumulating an arrearage of $5,917.44.

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