Travis G. Beiswenger, 20, 400 Stamm Street, Apartment No. 2, has been indicted on a single count of obstructing justice in connection with the Oct. 28 arrest of James P. Nation.
The Fulton County Grand Jury handed down the indictment, Monday, Nov. 21.
Nation, 19, no address available, was a suspect in an Adrian, Mich., home invasion robbery. Acting on a tip, police went to Beiswenger’s apartment about 1 am. When Beiswenger answered the door, he denied Nation was in the apartment.
However, police officers said they could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the apartment, and advised Beiswenger they were going to enter. When they did, they discovered Nation, along with a 9mm semi-automatic handgun, body armor, and what may have been a hand grenade.
The indictment against Beiswenger states he “allegedly obstructed justice by communicating false information to another.”
Nine other persons were indicted by the grand jury:
Christopher J. LaPoint, 44, Swanton; one count theft; on or about Oct. 16, allegedly stole blank checks from a person.
J.P. Morgan, 49, Napoleon; one count, possession of cocaine; on or about July 20, he allegedly possessed cocaine.
Darnell D. Robinson, 30, Toledo; one count, identity fraud; on or about Oct. 26, allegedly possessed personal identifying information of another person, with intent to hold himself out to be the other person.
Ryan A. Smith, 29, Liberty Center; indicted on one count each, breaking and entering, attempted theft; on or about Oct. 18, allegedly attempted to steal a skid-steer loader, a trailer, and a cold-planer.
Carson J. Starnes, 24, Malinta; one count, identity fraud; on or about Nov. 1-7, allegedly possessed personal identifying information of another person, with intent to hold himself out to be the other person.
Joshua J. Vance, 26, Metamora; one count each, illegal cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana; on or about May 13, allegedly cultivated and possessed marijuana.
Brandon A. Whitt, 31, address unknown; one count each, burglary, breaking and entering; on or about Dec. 9-10, allegedly trespassed into an occupied structure with purpose to commit a criminal offense.
Joseph G. Winhoven, Jr., 30, Metamora; one count each, endangering children, permitting drug abuse; on or about May 13, allegedly allowed a child under 18 to be on the same parcel of land where marijuana was being illegally cultivated.
Tina M. Winhoven, 27, Metamora, one count, endangering children; on or about May 13, allegedly allowed a child under 18 to be on the same parcel of land where marijuana was being illegally cultivated.