Huron County grand jurors have indicted Kristy L. Dunn, 30, of 27 Grand Ave., on one count of intimidation of a witness in connection with a Sept. 12 incident, during which she allegedly threatened to physically harm a female witness.
Norwalk Assistant Law Director Scott Christophel has declined to elaborate on the case.
If Dunn is convicted of intimidation, a third-degree felony, Dunn faces nine months to three years in prison. The trafficking charge is punishable by six to 12 months behind bars. Norwalk police investigated both cases.
Grand jurors on Friday also indicted Quran W. Bowman, 36, of 49 Glover St., on one count of domestic violence.
On Sept. 22, a Huron County Common Pleas Court jury found Bowman guilty of possession of cocaine after a two-day trial. The conviction is for a March 29 incident. Earlier that same day, Bowman was charged with disorderly conduct (intoxication) in connection with a North Pleasant Street domestic incident.
After being brought to the station, "cocaine fell out of his pants leg," Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Jennifer DeLand said after the trial. There were 3.56 grams of cocaine in the plastic "baggie."
Grand jurors also indicted Elizabeth M. Holland, 21, of 6080 Zenobia Road, Wakeman, on one count of failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer and one count of resisting arrest.
In late October, Holland was taken into custody on Auster Road in Wakeman Township after a pursuit that lasted about three minutes. Huron County Sheriff's Deputy John Vogel chased her on foot for 60 to 70 yards after she stopped her 1982 Yamaha motorcycle, Sgt. Steve Shupp said.
Vogel was forced to get physical with Holland to get her hands behind her back so he could handcuff her, he said.
A story about all those who were indicted was published in Saturday's Reflector.