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Multiple suspected burglars among baker's dozen indicted by Huron County grand jury

Cary Ashby • Jun 20, 2014 at 1:20 PM

A Huron County grand jury recently indicted 13 suspects Friday. Four of the defendants are charged with burglary and five of the indictments are drug-related.

Nicholas Bell, 27, of Akron, was charged with burglary in connection with an Aug. 23 incident on Chenango Road. If convicted of the second-degree felony, he faces two to eight years in prison.

The Huron County Sheriff's Office inspected the suspected theft of items including copper and electrical wiring.

"It was a house the owner was remodeling," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Richard Woodruff said.

Grand jurors indicted three other burglary suspects on separate crimes.

Eric L. Carroll, 21 of Spring St., was charged with burglary in connection with an April 13 incident.

Suspected co-defendants Adam J. Goodsite, 20, and Erikah M. Greszler, 19, both of 1260 E. 61, each face one count of burglary in connection with an April 20 incident.

The other defendants who were indicted Friday and their charges are:

• Jonathan Auble, 47, of 982 Timothy Drive, Willard, on one count each of cultivation of marijuana and possession of criminal tools, both in connection with a March 1 incident.

• Brooke A. Deak, 25, of 23 Newton St., on five counts of forgery in connection with two incidents on March 27 plus suspected offenses on March 31, April 3 and 7.

• William A. Faulkner, 53, of 144 S. Ohio 99, Monroeville, on one count each of menacing by stalking and attempted burglary in connection with incidents between May 11 and 12.

• Jade W. Fiske, 20, of 60 W. Seminary St., on two counts of trafficking in marijuana in connection with incidents on Sept. 20 and 23.

• Sean A. Goble, 29, of 20 E. Main St., North Fairfield, on trafficking in heroin in connection with a Jan. 16 incident.

• Jack J. Leimeister, 21, of 30 Woodlawn Ave., on possession of heroin in connection with a March 16 incident.

• Frederick L. Lyons, 34, of 520 Milan Ave., Lot 61, on possession of 5-Flouo UR-144 (aka synthetic marijuana aka "K2")in connection with an April 1 incident.

• Chad A. Maynard, 33, of 42 E. Main St., Berlin Heights, on four counts of theft of drugs in connection with incidents on Feb. 6 and 23 plus March 6 and 11.

In other action, grand jurors transferred the first-degree misdemeanor case against Terry L. Parrigan, 47, of 3728 Ohio 603, Plymouth, to Norwalk Municipal Court for further, possible prosecution. Parrigan was charged with one count each aggravated menacing by stalking and telecommunication harassment in connection with respective incidents on May 10 and 11.

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