Grand jury indicts 42 people

Charges range from attempted murder and aggravated burglary to child endangering and drug-related crimes.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Aug 7, 2013

 

An Erie County grand jury has indicted 42 people.

The following is a list of those indicted and their charges:

Steven L. Riggs on possession of heroin, preparation of heroin for sale, obstructing official business, forfeiture.

Michael J. Geringer on burglary, theft.

William P. Myers aka Bill Myers on possession of heroin.

Ross G. Taylor on possession of cocaine, possession of heroin.

Jeffrey L. Huey on grand theft, breaking and entering, vandalism.

Andrew D. Zimmerman on complicity to commit burglary, complicity to commit theft.

Deveon L. Mobley aka Deveon M. Stephens on complicity to commit theft.

Bianca L. Prince on complicity to commit theft.

Jazeman C. Lyons aka Jazemen C. Lyons on complicity to commit theft.

Mario V. Bates on domestic violence.

Scott E. Harkleroad on vandalism.

Angel Kennedy, Jr. on complicity to commit aggravated robbery, complicity to commit felonious assault.

Neno Miller on complicity to commit aggravated robbery, complicity to commit felonious assault.

Jessica R. Jackson on possession of heroin.

Joseph L. Williams aka Louis Williams on possession of cocaine, driving under suspension.

Nicholas D. Morris on disrupting public services, burglary/trespass in habitation, two counts telecommunication harassment.

Devon L. King on possession of weapon while under detention.

Kory L. Howell on complicity to commit theft, complicity to commit receiving stolen property, complicity to commit breaking and entering.

Larry R. Hensley on complicity to commit theft, complicity to commit receiving stolen property, complicity to commit breaking and entering.

Cardell Beachum, Jr. on possession of cocaine, aggravated possession of drugs, driving under suspension.

Rebecca J. Gaddy aka Rebecca J. Roberts on complicity to commit burglary, complicity to commit theft.

Ralph J. Van Dyke, Jr. on complicity to commit burglary, complicity to commit theft.

Timothy K. Johnson II aka Timothy K. Johnson, Jr. on three counts felonious assault, two counts domestic violence, attempted rape, two counts attempted murder, violation of protection order.

Jermaine T. Johnson on two counts non support of dependents.

Timothy A. Lawson on driving while under influence of alcohol or drugs, driving under suspension.

Peggy A. Newman aka Peggy A. Evans on driving while under influence of alcohol or drugs.

Melissa A. Manring aka Missy Manring on complicity to commit trafficking in cocaine.

Chad R. Brooks on aggravated possession of drugs, tampering with evidence, forfeiture.

Nicholas A. Payne on possession of heroin, possession of dangerous drugs, tampering with evidence, theft, forfeiture.

Joy A. Kidd on driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, OVI refusal, endangering children, driving under suspension.

Jeffrey A. Myers on possession of drugs, preparation of marijuana for sale.

Otis Campbell on aggravated possession of drugs.

Daniel E. Oaks on aggravated burglary.

Talia M. Chopyak on complicity to commit aggravated possession of drugs, complicity to commit aggravated preparation of drugs for sale.

Christina L. Merlo on aggravated vehicular assault, driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving under suspension, failure to stop after accident.

Nero O. Millsapp on aggravated burglary, felonious assault.

Michael S. Walls on two counts interference with custody.

In addition to the aforementioned 37 people, there were five people who were secretly indicted. That means information about those cases will not be released until arrests are made or court papers are served.

Comments

DieselSmoke

Moderators have removed this comment because it contained Personal attacks (including: name calling, presumption of guilt or guilt by association, insensitivity, or picking fights).

JakeMac25

Over half of these charges will be dropped...the cops and procescutors add in these extra charges to ensure the higher or more costly charges will be issued...they construct the case so that the people will have to plea guilty to something...with over 4700+ laws they'll find you guilty of something....complicity is totally matter of opinion of the officer...its not the job if the officer to translate the law...that's the courts job...the officer is suppose to uphold the law...when a officer decides the outcome that's not upholding thats translating...they teach this in criminal justice and at cop school...but some how it doesn't apply in Huron County

AEversole

Jake u r 100 % right, but not just in Huron county its pretty much all over the country.........complicity is a b.s. charge all together, its pretty much saying we cant prove you committed the crime but we think you might have had knowledge of it possibly, maybe, we think..... what a joke...I wonder with all the drug arrest and drug related thefts if it actually lead to a real arrest of someone that is actually moving weight, or are they still just getting the junkies with twenty bags.....and letting the sources of the problem destroy our community one day or one shot at a time

jamie9700

You people fall for this every time NR publishes this list. This is the list for ERIE County not Huron County. [But your comments are still valid]