Grand jury indicts 33, including man accused of murdering Norwalk baby
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jun 11, 2013 at 11:32 PM
An Erie County grand jury has indicted 33 people, including a Sandusky teen accused of fatally stabbing an 11-week-old Norwalk baby.
Denzel M. Castile, 19, was indicted on the first-degree felony charge of aggravated murder.
He is accused of fatally stabbing Athena Castile on May 20 in a Sandusky home. She was the daughter of Jenisa Castile and granddaughter of Katia Castile, both of Norwalk. To read a story about the stabbing, click HERE.
The following are the other people indicted in Erie County and their charges:
Michael J. Geringer on burglary.
Jay M. Johnson on felonious assault.
Terrance A. Pace on aggravated burglary, domestic violence, violation of a protection order.
Kyle R. Lohmeyer on possession of heroin.
Vanessa A. Masters aka Vanessa A. Masters-Rice on theft.
Courtney Yancey aka Courtney Jones-Yancey on complicity to commit aggravated robbery, complicity to commit aggravated burglary.
Terry Houser on possession of drugs.
Joseph L. Johnson on domestic violence.
Chelsi A. Dees on theft.
Sean P. Cunningham on possession of cocaine.
Tyler J. Keegan on domestic violence.
George Evans on two counts driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Brinaldo R. Buford on two counts domestic violence.
Travis J. Butler on two counts non-support of dependents.
Devon L. King on aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery.
Thomas E. Spurlock on four counts breaking and entering, three counts vandalism, three counts burglary, two counts grand theft, four counts theft, receiving stolen property, failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer, possession of criminal tools, driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Stanley W. Clark on possession of cocaine, preparation of cocaine for sale, two counts possession of drugs, three counts possession of dangerous drugs, six counts having a weapon under disability.
Amy L. Frye on grand theft, theft.
Dallas S. Rose on complicity to commit breaking and entering.
Kenneth H. Simmons on receiving stolen property.
Marquis J. Newson on improper handling of firearm in a motor vehicle, tampering with evidence.
Dominique D. Bohanon on two counts domestic violence, three counts violation of a temporary protection order.
Jeremy A. Keegan on complicity to commit aggravated burglary, carrying a concealed weapon, having a weapon while under disability.
Aaron D. Hackenburg on complicity to commit aggravated burglary, carrying a concealed weapon.
Anthony J. Harvey on menacing by stalking, violation of a protection order.
Daniel L. Buchanan on aggravated possession of drugs, aggravated preparation of drugs for sale, possession of marijuana, preparation of marijuana for sale, forfeiture.
Gregory W. McKinney on trafficking cocaine, two counts aggravated trafficking in drugs, three counts aggravated possession of drugs.
Robert A. Quillen on theft, misuse of credit cards.
In addition to those 29 people, four others were secretly indicted, meaning their names and charges won't be released until arrests have been made or court papers served.
In other grand jury action, a no bill was issued and initial charges were changed in other cases. That means, for the following suspects, no indictments were issued for the initial charges but in some cases indictments were issued for other charges:
Tyler J. Keegan not indicted on felonious assault, abduction; indicted on domestic violence.
Richard A. Sorrell aka Rick Sorrell not indicted on domestic violence.
Brinaldo R. Buford not indicted on felonious assault; indicted on two counts domestic violence.
Jeremy A. Keegan not indicted on complicity to commit aggravated robbery; indicted on complicity to commit aggravated burglary, carrying a concealed weapon, having a weapon while under disability.
Aaron D. Hackenburg not indicted on complicity to commit aggravated robbery; indicted on complicity to commit aggravated burglary, carrying a concealed weapon.