Indictments issued for rape, burglary charges


By Kyle Shaner - kshaner@sidneydailynews.com



SIDNEY – A Sidney man was indicted on a rape charge while a Piqua man was indicted on an aggravated burglary charge, both of which are first degree felonies, by the Shelby County grand jury.

Timothy James Beard, 23, of Sidney, was indicted on a charge of rape, a first degree felony. Beard reportedly engaged in sexual conduct with a girl younger than 13 years old.

Zaqon Marteece Zion Clemons, 22, of Piqua, was indicted on a charge of aggravated burglary, a first degree felony. Clemons and others reportedly forced entry into an occupied home on East South Street in Sidney, without permission, while he possessed a gun.

Other indictments included:

• Chelsy N. Pollock, 30, who is in the Shelby County Jail, was indicted on charges of failure to comply with an order or signal of an officer, a third degree felony, receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony, and driving under suspension, a first degree misdemeanor.

In fleeing from a law enforcement officer’s signal to stop her vehicle, Pollock reportedly operated her vehicle in a manner that caused a substantial risk of serious physical harm by traveling recklessly at excessive speeds, running stop signs and failing to stop at intersections.

She reportedly was in possession of a tan Nissan vehicle she knew or had reasonable cause to believe had been stolen. She also is accused of operating the vehicle upon a public road while her driver’s license was suspended.

• JC Hill, 19, of Detroit, Michigan, was indicted on charges of counterfeiting, a third degree felony, and identity fraud, a fifth degree felony.

Hill reportedly possessed more than 30 counterfeit government assistance cards or access devices with purpose to falsely make, forge, counterfeit, alter or knowingly possess these access devices. He also reportedly used multiple people’s personal identifying information to obtain multiple government assistance cards.

• Zachary L. Wooten, 33, of Urbana, was indicted on charges of receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony, criminal damaging or endangering, a second degree misdemeanor, and operating a motor vehicle without a valid license, an unclassified misdemeanor.

Wooten reportedly possessed a 2004 Toyota Tundra truck he knew or had reasonable cause to believe was stolen. He also reportedly damaged the truck’s dash and cup holder and operated a motor vehicle on a public road without a valid license.

• Andoin R. Rouse, 37, of Bethlehem, Georgia, was indicted on a charge of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, a fourth degree felony. Rouse reportedly had a loaded 9MM Taurus Millennium G2 semi-automatic pistol concealed in his waistband while inside a motor vehicle.

• Kordell Lamark Travis, 27, at large, was indicted on a charge of failure to appear, a fourth degree felony.

Travis reportedly failed to report to a final pretrial conference on April 14 in Shelby County Common Pleas Court after previously having been released on his own recognizance on Nov. 16, 2020. He was scheduled to appear on a case involving aggravated possession of drugs, a first degree felony, and possessing criminal tools, a fifth degree felony.

• Layne Edward Sharp, 24, at large, was indicted on a charge of failure to appear, a fourth degree felony. Sharp reportedly failed to appear for a status conference on March 26 in Shelby County Common Pleas Court after having previously been released on his own recognizance on July 23, 2020, and Feb. 1.

Sharp was scheduled to appear for a status conference on cases involving possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony, aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony, trafficking in controlled substances, a fourth degree felony, and failure to appear, a fourth degree felony.

• Tanea Caudill, 29, who is in the Shelby County Jail, was indicted on charges of aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drugs and possessing criminal tools, each of which is a fifth degree felony. Caudill reportedly possessed methamphetamine, fentanyl and bags used for the purpose of storing, transporting and abusing methamphetamine and fentanyl.

• David Blevans, 42, of Sidney, was indicted on charges of aggravated possession of drugs and possessing criminal tools, both of which are fifth degree felonies. Blevans reportedly possessed methamphetamine and a container used for the purpose of storing, transporting and abusing methamphetamine.

• Matthew Iddings, 23, of Minster, was indicted on charges of aggravated possession of drugs and possessing criminal tools, both of which are fifth degree felonies. Iddings reportedly possessed methamphetamine plus a pipe and bag used for the purpose of storing, transporting and abusing methamphetamine.

• Jacob A. Balsley, 30, of Fairborn, was indicted on charges of aggravated possession of drugs and possessing criminal tools, both of which are fifth degree felonies. Balsley reportedly possessed methamphetamine and a pipe used for the purpose of storing, transporting and abusing methamphetamine.

• Jimmie D. Jordan, III, 33, of Louisville, Kentucky, was indicted on charges of possession of drugs and possessing criminal tools, both of which are fifth degree felonies. Jordan reportedly possessed 200 to 1,000 grams of marijuana plus bags and jars used for the purpose of storing, transporting and abusing marijuana.

• Natalie A. Viglione, 31, of Prospect, Kentucky, was indicted on charges of possession of drugs and possessing criminal tools, both of which are fifth degree felonies. Viglione reportedly possessed 200 to 1,000 grams of marijuana plus bags and jars used for the purpose of storing, transporting and abusing marijuana.

• Donald Miller, 37, of Piqua, was indicted on a charge of violating a protection order, a fifth degree felony. He reportedly violated terms of a protection order by being within 500 feet of a protected party, having a prior conviction under this statute in Warren County Common Pleas Court.

By Kyle Shaner

kshaner@sidneydailynews.com

Reach the writer at kshaner@sidneydailynews.com or 937-538-4824.

Reach the writer at kshaner@sidneydailynews.com or 937-538-4824.