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Locals Among Those Indicted By Grand Jury




Two Archbold residents are among the indicted by Fulton County Grand Jury Monday, Sept. 17.

Jonathon L. Martin, 25, Archbold, was indicted on one count of failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer.

Roger D. Nagel, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said that on Tuesday, Sept. 11, Martin, “operated his vehicle so as to willfully elude a police officer, after receiving a signal to bring his vehicle to a stop.”

Cruz M. Gonzales, 38, Archbold, was indicted on 20 counts of nonsupport of dependents.

The indictment alleges that between Feb. 1, 2002, and June 9, 2007, he failed to pay courtordered child support. Cruz has allegedly accumulated an arrearage of more than $19,300.

Others indicted:

•Robert C. Emahiser, 43, Liberty Center; indicted on one count trafficking in marijuana, one count of illegal cultivation of marijuana, one count possession of marijuana; allegedly, on Aug. 6, was cultivating marijuana; indictment contains specifcation alleging Emahiser had a firearm on or about his person, or under his control, while committing the offense; indictment contains specification seeking forfeiture of his home alleging that he used the residence to facilitate commission of the offenses.

•Zachary S. Tressler, 22, Swanton; indicted on one count of possession of cocaine, one count tampering with evidence, and one count possession of drug paraphernalia; allegedly on April 27, was in possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia; also allegedly tampered with evidence.

•Ed Hart, 48, Fayette; indicted on one count possession of cocaine, one count possession of drug paraphernalia; allegedly on Sept. 4, 2007, was in possession of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia.

•Jason E. Smart, 28, Pioneer; indicted on one count possession of heroin; allegedly, on June 15, was in possession of heroin.

•Ty M. Strong, 27, Delta; indicted on one count domestic violence; allegedly on Aug. 8, caused physical harm to family or household member; indictment contains specification that Strong was previously convicted of domestic violence on Feb. 8 in Fulton County Court, Eastern District.

•Andrew R. Campo, 20, Swanton; indicted on one count, receiving stolen property, one count having weapons while under disability; allegedly, on Aug. 28, was in possession of a stolen .22 semi-automatic rifle; allegedly, was convicted of possession of marijuana in Fulton County Common Pleas Court, juvenile division, making it illegal for him to possess a firearm, which was allegedly stolen.

•Timothy M. McLaughlin, 26, Perrysburg; indicted on one count, grand theft by deception; allegedly on Sept. 26, stole $6,500.

•Jennifer F. Aleshire, 26, and Steven M. Zychowicz, 29, Kingston, Tenn.; both indicted on one count theft and one count unauthorized use of a motor vehicle; allegedly on Feb. 24, 2004, stolen blank checks and a used car.

•Keith A. Baldwin, 56, Swanton; indicted on one count, passing bad checks; allegedly on June 7, wrote a check for $3,081.05 to an automotive company, knowing it would be dishonored.

•Shaelyn M. Mock, 28, Bryan, indicted on one count, passing bad checks; allegedly on Aug. 5, wrote a check for $698.42 to an Archbold discount store, knowing it would be dishonored.

•Tricia L. Metcalf, 32, Bryan; indicted on one count, passing bad checks; allegedly between April 19 and April 21, wrote five checks totaling $646.08 to an Archbold discount store, knowing they would be dishonored.

•Hector Buentello, 34, Arlington, Texas, indicted on ten counts of nonsupport of dependents; allegedly, between Oct. 1, 2004, and June 30, 2007, failed to pay court-ordered child support, accumulating an arrearage of more than $11,100; indictment includes specification alleging Buentello was previously convicted on nonsupport of dependents in July 2000, in Fulton County Common Pleas Court.

•Brian P. Mingione, 20, Delta, indicted on one count, failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer; allegedly on Sept. 2, operated his vehicle so as to willfully elude a police officer after receiving a signal to stop his vehicle.

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We won’t always know whose lives we touched and made better for our having cared, because actions can sometimes have unforeseen ramifications. What’s important is that you do care and you act.- Charlotte Lunsford


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