Grand jury indicts 48 people

Charges range from drug crimes to attempted murder.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jun 13, 2014

An Erie County grand jury has indicted 48 people.

The following suspects were charged with these crimes:

Anthony A. Loretta on receiving stolen property, forgery, and identity fraud;
Demarcus L. Crosby on complicity to commit theft;
Candace M. Wilson, also known as Candi Wilson, on complicity to commit theft;
Kimberly S. Cross on possession of cocaine, possession of heroin, and theft;
Alberto P. Mendez, Jr., also known as Albert P. Mendez, Jr., on possession of cocaine, and aggravated possession of drugs;
Glenn J. Tinker on possession of heroin;
Christopher R. Hofer on possession of cocaine, having a weapon while under disability, and receiving stolen property;
Thomas J. Wood on failure to register/verify address;
Earl M. Steinmetz on illegal conveyance of drugs or prohibited items onto grounds of a detention facility or institution, and aggravated trafficking in drugs;
Barry C. Keller, also known as Barry K. Keller, on possession of cocaine, and aggravated possession of drugs;

Sarah R. Matheny on possession of cocaine;
Mickal P. Minter on possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, and tampering with evidence;
James L. Payton on possession of cocaine, and forfeiture;
Raymond D. Caudill III on complicity to preparation of marijuana for sale, complicity to tampering with evidence, and possession of cocaine;
Lamarquis D. Walk on complicity to preparation of marijuana for sale, complicity to tampering with evidence, illegal conveyance of drugs or prohibited items onto grounds of a detention facility or institution, tampering with evidence, possession of cocaine, and trafficking in cocaine;
Leonard C. Mitchell on possession of cocaine;
Jasmine L. Henson on obstructing justice (grand jurors declined to indict Henson on a burglary/trespass in habitation charge);
Terrance M. Brown on burglary/trespass in habitation;
Charles E. Pendleton on assault;
Rick A. Ferguson on three counts of non-support of dependents;

Daniel Ferback on two counts of non-support of dependents;
Chance E. Shelton on two counts of felonious assault, endangering children, domestic violence, and three counts of aggravated burglary;
Dean K. Geiger on burglary and theft;
Dennis R. Blanton, Jr. on complicity to possession of heroin;
Jessica M. Carrion on complicity to possession of heroin;
Ricca D. Rivers, also known as Ricca E. Rivers, on misuse of credit cards, theft, and receiving stolen property;
Dominique M. Morris on burglary/trespass in habitation, and failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer;
Ollie D. Norman on possession of heroin, aggravated possession of drugs, preparation of heroin for sale, possession of drugs, aggravated preparation of drugs for sale, possession of cocaine, and forfeitures;
Anthony G. Hatfield, also known as Anthony J. Hatfield, on possession of heroin;
Darrick W. Kaiser on receiving stolen property and carrying a concealed weapon;

Jerrad S. Pean on complicity to receiving stolen property;
Bryson A. Denney on complicity to receiving stolen property and carrying a concealed weapon;
Asa Miller on having a weapon while under disability;
Christopher L. Wright on aggravated robbery and felonious assault;
Jason A. Crum on complicity to theft;
Anthony S. Muscioni on complicity to theft;
Bryson A. King on felonious assault and attempted murder with a specification.

In addition to the aforementioned 37 people, an additional 11 people were secretly indicted, meaning their identifies and charges won’t be made public until arrests are made or court papers served.

In other grand jury action, jurors declined to indict Richard E. Brought Jr. on a domestic violence charge.

Comments

JACKEL

Good God, get a job.

Windy

They would, but they couldn't pass the drug test.

jamie9700

Whew! Made it through another month...