Grand jury issues indictments


By Glenn Battishill - gbattishill@aimmedianetwork.com



A Delaware County Grand Jury issued a number of indictments Friday.

Individuals indicted by the Grand Jury included:

Alexander H. Chapman, of Powell, was charged with four counts of domestic violence, fifth-degree felonies; one count of menacing by stalking, a fourth-degree felony; and one count of aggravated menacing, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Clinton D. Faggs III, of Marion, was charged with two counts of domestic violence, third-degree felonies, and two counts of assault, first-degree misdemeanors.

Robert L. Carter, of Blacklick, Ohio, was charged with failure to appear, a fourth-degree felony.

Noor T. Ahmaddiya, of Sunrise, Florida, was charged with three counts of identity fraud, one fourth-degree felony and two fifth-degree felonies; one count of forgery, one count of attempt to commit an offense; and one count of misuse of credit card, a fifth-degree felonies.

Dezarae C. Johnson, of Columbus, was charged with two counts of theft and two counts of possessing criminal tools, all fifth-degree felonies.

Mark Such was charged with one count of burglary, a second-degree felony; one count of theft and one count of receiving stolen property, both fifth-degree felonies.

Roderick L. Wren, of Columbus, was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony.

William R. Burbridge, of Chicago, Illinois, was charged identity fraud, a third-degree felony; two counts of forgery, one fourth-degree felony and one fifth-degree felony; one count of possessing criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony; and one count of attempt to commit an offense, a fourth-degree felony.

Shawn M. Hall, of Delaware, was charged with identity fraud, a fifth-degree felony, and one count of falsification, a first-degree misdemeanor.

Arnold J. Morris III, of Columbus, was charged with improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony.

Patrick D. Randall, of Sunbury, was charged with three counts of theft, one fifth-degree felony and two first-degree misdemeanors; one count of receiving stolen property and three counts of identity fraud, all fifth-degree felonies.

Jeffrey B. Arndt, of Powell, was charged with six counts of theft, two fourth-degree felonies and four fifth-degree felonies; three counts of forgery, fourth-degree felonies; and one count of receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony.

Ross A. Canegali, of Powell, was charged with one count of theft, a fifth-degree felony.

Latashua M. Banks, of Columbus, was charged with improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony, and two counts of theft, first-degree misdemeanors.

Winter S. Mitchell, of Worthington, was charged with one count of theft, a fifth-degree felony.

Taun N. Vo, of Lancaster, was charged with two counts of breaking and entering, fifth-degree felonies; two counts of possessing criminal tools, fifth-degree felonies; two counts of theft, a fifth-degree felony and a first-degree misdemeanor; and two counts of criminal damaging, second-degree misdemeanors.

Kenyatta M. Keeno, of Columbus, was charged with one count of breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony; one count of possessing criminal tools a fifth-degree felony; and one count of criminal damaging, a second-degree misdemeanor.

Jason D. Partin, of Delaware, was charged with two counts of identity fraud, fifth-degree felonies; one count of forgery, a fifth-degree felony; one count of obstructing official business, a second-degree misdemeanor; and two counts of falsification, first-degree misdemeanor.

Jacqueline M. Smith, of Delaware, was charged with illegal use of food stamps or WIC program benefits, a fifth-degree felony.

Melissa A. McCallister, of Delaware, was charged with illegal use of food stamps or WIC program benefits, a fifth-degree felony.

Christopher E. Saultz, of Reynoldsburg, was charged with illegal use of food stamps or WIC program benefits, a fifth-degree felony.

William D. Wheless, of Delaware, was charged with two counts of felonious assault, second-degree felonies; one count of possessing criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony; one count of theft, a first-degree misdemeanor; and one count of aggravated menacing, a first-degree misdemeanor.

By Glenn Battishill

gbattishill@aimmedianetwork.com