Huron County grand jury indicts 12

Charges range from theft to rape.
Aaron Krause
Aug 23, 2013


A Huron County grand jury indicted 12 people Friday.

Here are their names and charges:

Tiffany B. Perry on one count of theft.
Shawn R. Poole on one count of theft.
Jesse H. Moore on one count of burglary and one count of possession of criminal tools.
Donald S. Adams Jr. on one count of tampering with evidence.
Allan D. Andrews on one count of tampering with evidence.
Robert Mosley aka Randy Ruff on one count of failure to appear, one count of theft of a motor vehicle, one count of theft and one count of tampering with evidence.
Amanda L. Nickoli on one count of unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Joshua A. Conley on one count of theft from the elderly.
Justin D. Collins on three counts of rape and one count of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.
Jason P. Wooten on one count of gross sexual imposition, four counts of sexual battery and four counts of rape.
Stephanie L. Randleman on one count of theft of a motor vehicle.
Michael B. Czupik on two counts of breaking and entering.

Look for the full story in Saturday's Norwalk Reflector.


Scranton Tibbs

Better add another wing on the Teen Challenge facility. Gonna be a busy month for Jesus. Sorry bro.


I hope it works[ teen challenge] I wonder what are the statistics as to how many really make a positive change in their lives.




It has the the highest success rate in the is right around 50% if u finish the 18 month program........I am familier with the teenage challenge in Detroit and it is a life changing expierence......I have seen numerous success stories arise from there personally. Not only criminals go to teen challenge. Young men go to build structure and discipline in there life, some want to become pastors and ministers, some are struggling with lust and or pre marital sex issues and some are addicts of all kinds.( drugs, alcohol, sex, porn, violence ect) some men are 60 plus and some are barely 18. You go to church 8 x a week and work daily. You do charity and service work for the community. It has a strong academic and discipline structure. And the best part Scranton us that your precious precious tax dollars don't pay for it.

Cliff Cannon

@ AEversole : Thanks for this uplifting information. Anything with a "strong academic and discipline structure " that helps turn lives around works for me.

Further," it has the highest success rate in the country " demonstrates, why we should applaud this program with both hands. Thanks again for posting this uplifting information.

P.S. I am from Detroit originally and if this program worked there, it can work anywhere