Theft defendants plead innocent
Sep 12, 2013 at 5:07 PM
An accused burglar, a break-in defendant and several theft-related suspects pleaded innocent to their separate charges Monday in Huron County Common Pleas Court.
All six defendants are out on bond and appeared on a summons.
Tiffany B. Perry, 29, of 5233 N. Ohio 99, Monroeville, goes to trial Dec. 3 on theft in connection with an incident between April 29 and Oct. 13, 2012. She was out on personal recognizance bond, meaning she signed a court document and promised she would appear in court on her own.
Amanda L. Nickoli, 33, of 203 Scottwood Ave., has a Nov. 19 trial on unauthorized use of a vehicle. The felony is in connection with an incident between June 19 and July 30. Nickoli, who has posted 10 percent of a $5,000 bond, is prohibited from having any association or contact with the victim.
Stephanie L. Randleman, 46, of 42 E. Fir St., Apt. B, New London, goes to trial Nov. 5 on theft of a motor vehicle in connection with a June 13 incident. She earlier posted a $10,000 bond.
Michael B. Czupik, 45, of 611 Wessor Ave., Apt. 9, Willard, goes to trial Nov. 12 on two counts of breaking and entering. The charges are in connection with a July 24 incident. Czupik earlier posted a $5,000 bond.
Jesse H. Moore, 26, of 415 W. Tiffin St., Willard, is charged with one count each of burglary and possession of criminal tools, both in connection with a July 19 incident. Judge Jim Conway ruled the defendant, who earlier posted a $15,000 bond, is prohibited from being on the premises of the Willard victim's premises. Moore's trial date is Nov. 14.
Shawn R. Poole, 32, of 506 Dale Ave., Willard, has a Dec. 10 trial on theft. The felony is in connection with an incident between July 18, 2009 and April 14 of this year. Poole also is out on a PR bond.