Six persons were indicted on crimes committed in Fulton County, Scott Haselman, Fulton County prosecuting attorney, said last week in a press release.
The grand jury met on Monday, July 16, to consider the indictments.
•Angela L. Calvin, 32, Bryan; indicted on two counts, forgery; one count, receiving stolen property; on or about June 19, she allegedly received a credit care knowing or having reasonable cause to believe it was stolen; also allegedly forged two credit card receipts.
•Erik L. Flinn, 32, Bryan; indicted on one count, receiving stolen property; on or about June 19, he allegedly received a credit card knowing or having reasonable cause to believe it was stolen.
•David P. Mattin, 32, McClure; indicted on two counts, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated; one count, domestic violence; or about June 22, allegedly knowingly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a family or household member; also allegedly operated a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
•Justin D. Miller, 18, Swanton; indicted on two counts, unlawful sexual conduct with a minor; on or about June 19 to June 23, allegedly engaged in sexual conduct with a person age 13 or older but less than age 16.
•Aaron P. Tucker, 27, Metamora; indicted on three counts, theft; two counts, forgery; on or about June 15-24, allegedly stole blank checks, a credit card, jewelry, and coins, and allegedly forged two checks valued at $500.
•Douglas G. Zalewski, 54, Toledo; indicted on one count, theft; on or about Aug. 29, 2011 to Sept. 7, 2011, allegedly stole computers, laptop computers, and accessories valued between $1,000-$7,500.