County men indicted for pandering, assault | News

A Wood County grand jury issued 28 indictments on March 3, including one for a Risingsun man accused of disseminating sexually oriented material and a Perrysburg man charged with assault.

Forty-year-old Craig Anthony Willford has faced ten sexual altercations involving a minor or disabled person, all second-degree crimes, and one case of criminal tools, a fifth-degree crime.

The pandering incidents all happened on August 2, when Willford allegedly created or produced a show depicting a minor engaging in or engaging in sexual activity. He also allegedly owned a camera with SD cards for criminal use.

Jason Gabriel Mehlow, 47, was charged with assault, a fourth degree felony, after he was accused of knowingly harming or attempting to harm a first responder while performing his official duties on Dec. 14.

Brandon Shey Milligan, 27, Dayton, on charges of money laundering, a third degree crime; illegal use of a minor or disabled person in nude material or a performance, a second degree crime; and possessing criminal tools is a fifth degree crime. On January 28th, he allegedly photographed a minor in a state of nakedness. He is also accused of having $ 20,000 to be used on corrupt activities. He had a cell phone and was going to commit a crime with it.

Thomas Lewis Howard, 32, Toledo, on charges of money laundering and manipulation of evidence, both third degree crimes, and possession of criminal tools, a fifth degree crime. On May 14, he was reportedly found in possession of $ 36,556 in what was considered contraband to facilitate corrupt activity. He has also reportedly altered, destroyed or hidden records or documents in order to compromise their availability as evidence in an investigation.

Darrius Isaac Watkins, 24, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, for improper use of firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth degree crime. He is accused on October 5 of having a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle so that it could be accessed by the operator or a passenger without leaving the vehicle.

Joseph Adam Jones, 40, Bellevue, on charges of theft, a fourth degree crime, and forgery, a third degree crime. On May 21, he is said to have used counterfeit money to facilitate fraud. He is accused of withholding a Caterpillar skid steer loader from Ohio Cat that was worth more than $ 7,500.

Maeco Michelle Paschall, 45, of Huntington, West Virginia, for aggravated drug possession, a fifth degree felony. On August 19, Paschall was found in the possession of allegedly oxycodone.

Co-defendants Victoria Alesha Loggan, 38, and LC C Jones Jr., 26, both from Aberdeen, Mississippi, each for taking stolen property and improper use of firearms in a motor vehicle, both fourth degree crimes. They are accused of receiving or disposing of a 9mm SCCY-CPX02 rifle, knowing that property was obtained through the commission of a theft. They also reportedly had a loaded Glock 22.40 gun in their vehicle that was accessible to the operator or passenger without leaving the vehicle. The offenses occurred on September 3rd.

Darnell Anthony Sharp, 33, of Fairfield, for trafficking and possession of marijuana, both third-degree crimes. On August 12, he was charged with being in his possession and preparing to hand out marijuana of 5,000 grams or more.

Chemora T. Hayes, 28, of Lexington, Kentucky, for marijuana possession, a fifth degree felony. On January 5, 2020, Hayes was found in possession of alleged marijuana in excess of 200 grams.

Donyell Bunton, 27, Louisville, Kentucky, on charges of vandalism, a fourth degree crime; Obstruction of an official’s business, a fifth degree crime, failure to comply with an order or signal from a police officer, a third degree crime; and possession of marijuana, a fifth degree crime. On July 3, Bunton was charged with destroying Hertz Rental Car property and causing more than $ 7,500 in damage. Bunton is also charged with obstructing official business and non-compliance, which created the risk of physical harm to an Ohio State Highway Patrol soldier and contained more than 200 grams of marijuana.

John David Hansen, 24, of Ypsilanti, Michigan, for burglary and intrusion, a fifth degree felony, and theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony. He is accused of breaking into Wright’s Towing on January 31st and taking a 2020 Dodge Charger from EAN Holdings LLC without consent.

Carl Kolbe Ware, 33, currently in prison for having guns under a disability, a third degree felony, and intoxicated using guns, a first degree felony. On February 4, he called 911 for help and wanted to speak to a policewoman. When the police arrived, he reportedly came to the door of an apartment building on the 100 block of Chesapeake Lane in Northwood and greeted the police. Then he closed the door. The police opened the front door and Ware’s mother was sitting on the stairs smoking a cigarette. When asked if her son had a gun, she said yes and it was hers. Ware allegedly appeared at the top of the stairs, holding a semi-automatic pistol in one hand and a cell phone in the other. He said to his girlfriend on the phone to tell the kids he loved them and mentioned suicide. After a few minutes of negotiation, he put down the gun and his father took it to another room. He appeared to be under the influence, according to the report, and his girlfriend said he had used heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine. He was taken to Mercy Health-St. Charles Hospital in Oregon.

Wesley Jackson, 31, Detroit, for child vulnerability, a first degree misdemeanor; two guns handicapped cases, both third-degree crimes; improper use of firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth degree crime; Operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination thereof, a first degree misdemeanor; and failure to undergo a chemical test, an unclassified offense. On December 6, his vehicle was stopped on Interstate 75 in Perrysburg Township for speeding. A strong smell of marijuana warranted a search of the vehicle, which revealed green leaf cloth, a digital scale, and a loaded 9mm hi-point pistol in the center console. He had previously been arrested for a crime. A child under the age of 18 was in the vehicle.

Corie L. Norrington, 37, Toledo, for criminal harm or endangerment, a second degree misdemeanor and a major burglary, a first degree felony. On December 1, he was charged with entering an occupied structure and attempted or threatened to cause physical harm to the inmate. He also reportedly damaged a mirror and cell phone.

Shihan Merie Slag, 27, Fostoria, for trafficking in marijuana, a fourth-degree crime, and possession of marijuana, a fifth-degree crime. On January 18, 2020, she was found in possession of more than 200 grams of marijuana with the intention of distributing it.

Allison K. Marchant, 33, Toledo, for possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fifth degree felony. On November 5, she was reportedly found in possession of a compound allegedly related to fentanyl.

Jason Christopher Johnson, 38, Toledo, on charges of theft, a fifth degree crime, and forgery, a fourth degree crime. On February 24, 2020, he deposited a check for $ 2,349.30 on a Perrysburg bank that had been given to him by an unknown person and asked him to cash the check. In return, he would receive part of the amount. He was picked up by a white vehicle across the street. The company that owned the check was contacted and said Johnson did not write such a check.

Jason J. Harper, 29, Chicago, on five counts of counterfeiting, all fourth-degree crimes. He was stopped on January 1st for speeding on Interstate 80 in Stony Ridge. Three fraudulent credit cards were found and he provided Georgia ID that the report said was not his.

William Zion Thompson, 20, custar, for petty theft, first degree offense and counterfeiting, fourth degree felony. On October 4th, he was accused of using counterfeit money to buy four pairs of sports shoes.

Alexander Thal, 21, Toledo, for violating a protection order, a fifth degree felony, after appearing at the workplace of the woman who filed the order. Thal also has a previous violation of the protection order.

Randy L. Thatcher, 33, currently incarcerated in Lenawee County Jail in Adrian, Michigan, for breaking and entering a fifth degree crime. He is charged with entering an unoccupied structure on October 14th with the intent of theft.

Co-defendant Zane Richard Kuehnle, 23, Toledo; Steven Tyler Meach, 27, Walbridge; Wilbert Edgar Houk, 40, Toledo; Donald Meach Jr., 55, Northwood; and Randy M. Fuzessy, 29, Toledo, all on two counts of forgery, both fifth-degree crimes; possessing criminal tools, a fifth degree crime; and trafficking in marijuana, a second-degree crime. They reportedly prepared to distribute more than 5,000 grams of marijuana near a school on March 13, 2020. You must withhold $ 9,676 along with a gun, cell phones, computers, and drug packaging equipment. They owned pharmacy stickers for a fictional business as well as vacuum sealing, drying and baking accessories. They also reportedly forged California Rx stickers.

Comments are closed.