Huron County grand jury hands down 19 indictments

At least eight of the cases involve heroin-related charges.
Aaron Krause
Jul 19, 2014

A Huron County grand jury indicted 19 people Friday.

The following are the defendants' names and their charges.

William M. McCullough, 69, of 1732 U.S. 250 S. on one count of aggravated menacing and one count of possession of weapons while under disability.

Roy L. Staley, 45, of 12 Ford St. on one count of trafficking in heroin.

Joshua A. Lykins, 32, of 81 Townsend Ave. Lot 10 on one count of trafficking in heroin.

Jennifer S. Christopher, 38, of 87 Newton St. on one count of trafficking in heroin and one count of tampering with evidence.

Joseph M. Allen, 30, of 4721 Zenobia Road, Wakeman, on one count of arson.

Jesse P. Lee, 23, on one misdemeanor count of child endangering.

Erica N. Crace, 22, on misdemeanor counts of child endangering and possession of drug abuse instruments.

Lewis A. Turner, 21, of Lorain, on one count of trafficking in heroin and one count of possession of heroin

Lindsay M. Salyers, 29, of 135 N. Buckeye St., Bellevue, on one count of possession of cocaine and one count of possession of methamphetamine.

Michael C. Shepherd, 32, of 433 Townline Road 79 S., New London, on one count of possession of heroin.

Shaun Lykins, 29, of 81 Townsend Ave. Lot 10, on three counts of trafficking in heroin.

Megan C. Tomczak, 28, of 29 Bouscay Ave. Apt. C, on one count of possession of heroin and one count of possession of oxymorphone.

Kenneth M. Grossbeck, 32, of Sandusky, on one count of complicity to burglary.

Thomas F. Grossbeck, 33, of Sandusky, on one count of burglary and one count of escape.

Charles L. Alt Jr., 34, of 80 1/2 N. Foster St., on one count of burglary.

Robert J. Beese, 51, 64 Prospect St. on one misdemeanor count of domestic violence.

Matthew Todd Baker, 34, of 99 Newton St., on one count of trafficking in heroin.

Chaz R. Jackson, 19, of Columbus, on one count of possession of diazepam and one count of possession of oxycodone.

Ervin T. Johnson, 28, of 97A Parsons St. on one count of domestic violence and one count of disrupting public service.

Megan R. Wiseman, 26, of 200 Benedict Ave., on one count of tampering with evidence.

Comments

Heroin_County419

This may be a stupid question but how does someone get indicted on misdemeanor charges???

Betherella

It might be because they were trying for a felony, but the grand jury only found enough evidence for a misdemeanor. I haven't seen it in the paper that way before, though.

JudgeMeNot

If the grand jury finds that probable cause has been established by the prosecution that the defendant committed a crime, an indictment will be issued.

Your neighbor

Charlie Alt and Megan Wiseman's a## better got to jail for stealing and forging checks from an elderly lady. Idiots, and still running the streets!!!

Heroin_County419

@Betherella. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

Huron county needs to just build their own CBCF

Reader 2792

I believe Megan Wiseman is just out from serving the jail sentence she received for her charge...not sure about Charlie Alt...

lynn86

Ta Ta Jenni :) hope orange really is the new black hahahahahaha

JACKEL

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