12 indicted by grand jury


By Alexandra Newman - anewman@aimmedianetwork.com



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SIDNEY — A Shelby County grand jury met Thursday morning to hand up several formal felony indictments. There will be a group arraingment held on Feb. 2 at 10 a.m.

• Jamshed Ali, 39, of Botkins, was indicted on one count of receiving stolen property. He is accused of possessing a stolen motor vehicle he knew to be stolen.

• Adam R. Bye, 24, of Taylor, Michigan, was indicted on one count of trafficking in drugs and one count of possessing criminal tools. He is accused of preparing marijuana for the transport and distribution and possessing a bag, Mason jar, grinder and zig-zag rolling papers used for abusing and transporting marijuana.

• Tre Marqua Carey, 20, at large, was indicted on one count of retaliation. He is accused of making numerous threats of harm to the arresting officer and the officer’s family in retaliation to an arrest.

• Choicie Davis, 22, of Sidney, was indicted on one count of possession of drugs. She is accused of possessing cannabinoid pharmacophore.

• Danny Gates, 41, of Sidney, was indicted on one count of forgery. He is accused of forging a signature on a DP&L refund check for $120.50 without permission for the purpose of defrauding the person the check belonged to.

• Chelsea Lear, 27, of Sidney, was indicted on one count of illegal conveyance of prohibited item onto grounds of a detention facility. She is accused of conveying Fentanyl, Heroin, and a substance containing Cocaine into the Shelby County Jail.

• Nicholas Leis Sr., 56, of Huber Heights, was indicted on one count of receiving stolen property and one count of driving under suspension. He is accused of having license plates on his vehicle that he knew or had reasonable cause to believe had been stolen and operating a motor vehicle while being under suspension.

• James Little, 49, of Sidney, was indicted on one count of sexual battery. He is accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with his biological daughter.

• Mitchell Regula, 42, of Maplewood, was indicted on two counts of domestic violence. He is accused of shoving his wife and dragging her across the floor by her hair causing her physical harm, and throwing his 8-year-old son onto a couch, attempting to cause him physical harm, and having previously been convicted of criminal damaging, where the victim was a family member.

• Josh Roe, 29, of Sidney, was indicted on one count of possession of drugs, and one count of possessing criminal tools. He is accused of possessing heroin, and a syringe used for the storing and injection of heroin.

• Antonio Sanders, 25, at large, was indicted on one count of burglary. He is accused of entering a residence in Sidney while the resident was home and assaulting her.

• Derek Woodall, 20, of Wapakoneta, was indicted on one count of trafficking in drugs, and one count of possessing criminal tools. He is accused of preparing several bags of marijuana for transport and distribution, and possessing plastic jars and bags for the purpose of storing and transporting marijuana.

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By Alexandra Newman

anewman@aimmedianetwork.com

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