Grand jury hands down indictments


By Jim Painter - For the Sidney Daily News



SIDNEY – A Shelby County grand jury met Thursday morning to hand down several formal felony indictments.

There will be a group arraignment, Feb. 23, at 10 a.m. in Common Pleas Court.

• Adam Cable, 33, 405 S. Ohio Ave., was indicted on two counts each of telecommunication fraud and theft. He is accused of receiving money for services unfulfilled.

• Timothy Jason Miller, 42, Idlewild, Michigan, three counts of possession of drugs.

• Jeremy L. Couchot, 34, 314 Wall St., Port Jefferson, two counts of theft. He is accused of taking two checks belonging to another.

• Megan R. Caskey, 27, 314 Wall St. Port Jefferson, two counts of forgery. She is accused of forging the signature of another on stolen checks.

• Billy J. Cox, 37, 1961 Lindsey Road, one count each of possession of drugs and possession of criminal tools.

• Ashley Woten, 29. 1961 Lindsey Road, one count each of possession of drugs and possession of criminal tools.

• Robert L. Swearingen, 36, 431 N. Main St., one count of having a weapon under disability.

• Crystal D. Marlow, 39, 314 ½ Forest St., one count of possession of drugs.

• John Adam McKenzie, 26, 712 Countryside Lane Apt. 4, two counts of possession of drugs.

• Winchester C. Wiley, 31, no address available, one count trafficking in drugs.

• Katie Walker, 35, 329 N. West Ave., three counts for possession of drugs, and one count for possession of criminal tools.

• Vasily Steinhauer, 27, at large, one count possession of drugs.

• Brandon Jaron Smith, 34, 710 Taft St., one count of domestic violence. He is accused of assaulting a woman with whom he was cohabitating.

• Desmond K. Smith, 27, at large, one count possession of drugs.

• Tabitha H. Lambert, 26, 286 Stephenson St., Lakeview, Ohio, two counts of possession of drugs, and one count possession of criminal tools.

By Jim Painter

For the Sidney Daily News

The writer is a regular contributor to the Sidney Daily News.

The writer is a regular contributor to the Sidney Daily News.