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Nine indicted by Huron County grand jury

Cary Ashby • Updated Aug 27, 2018 at 10:35 PM

Charges of impaired driving, drug possession, breaking-and-entering, various theft offenses and tampering with evidence or records dominated the latest Huron County grand jury indictments.

Two Wyandot County residents are accused of making controlled drug buys near a Huron County school.

Jordin C. Duncan, 33, of Nevada, Ohio, is charged with three counts of aggravated trafficking in fentanyl, all in connection with an Aug. 10 incident. He also was charged with trafficking in heroin, also stemming from a transaction the same day.

If Duncan is convicted, he could forfeit iPhone and Samsung flip cell phones and $270 to the state.

Leigha R. Lacy, 28, also of Nevada, is charged with three counts of aggravated trafficking in fentanyl, all in connection with an Aug. 10 incident. She also was charged with trafficking in heroin, also stemming from a transaction the same day.

If convicted, she could forfeit iPhone and Samsung flip phones, a Chrysler 200 car and $18 to the state.

Other defendants who were indicted Friday are:

• Kimberly M. Bramhill, 42, of 30 State St., on two counts each of theft of drugs, theft from a person in a protected class, illegal processing of drug documents and tampering with records, all in connection with incidents on Sept. 29 and Oct. 5

• Danielle N. Brown, 30, of 309 Woodbine St., Willard, on breaking and entering and petty theft, both in connection with an incident from June 23 through 24 at a Woodland Avenue, Willard business

• Andrew W. Catron, 32, of Mansfield, on improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle in connection with a June 6 traffic stop. If convicted, he could forfeit a 9 mm Ruger handgun to the state. 

• Holli G. Dehaven, 30, of 3954 Townsend Angling Road, Collins, on one count each of aggravated possession of amphetamine, possession of alprazolam and possession of diazepam, all in connection with an April 20 incident

• Timothy N. Everett, 47, of Grafton, on two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI), both in connection with a July 3 traffic stop. If convicted, he could forfeit a black 2015 Chevrolet truck to the state. Each indictment carries a specification that Everett has a felony OVI conviction from July 27, 2015 in Lorain County Common Pleas Court.

• Roy W. Hyden, 65, of Florence, Ky., on one count each of tampering with evidence, possession of lorazepam, OVI and two charges of motor vehicle offense, all in connection with a July 21, 2017 incident.

• Amy J. Murray, 35, of 40 Porter St., Plymouth, on theft in connection with an incident from about May 4 through July 8.

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