The following were indicted following a session of the Putnam County Grand Jury on Aug. 13.

Aaron A. Horstman, 43, Ottawa; driving under the influence with specification.

Marcos L. Flores, 38, Columbus Grove; domestic violence and felonious assault.

Mark R. Deel, 33, Continental; felonious assault, weapons under disability and domestic violence, a misdemeanor.

Sandra L. Wallen, 25, Delphos; theft of drugs and burglary.

Dalton A. McKitrick, 21, Ottawa; theft of a motor vehicle, burglary and possession of drugs (prescription).

Daniel J. Stauffer, 19, Ottawa; theft, breaking and entering and tampering with identifying numbers.

Robert A. Bell, 33, Leipsic; domestic violence.

Rose M. Morrison, 37, Lima; possession of cocaine and failure to appear.

Joel T. Hunt, 56, Lima; theft.

Aug. 7

Matthew J. Hickle, 18, Mount Cory, pleaded guilty to theft and felonious assault. He faces up to 18 months in prison for the theft charge and eight years for the felonious assault charge and up to $20,000 in fines. Bond was revoked while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 9 a.m. Sept. 8. Charges of aggravated burglary and breaking & entering were dismissed.

Aug. 8

Superior Federal Credit Union, Lima, won a foreclosure judgment against the heirs of David L. Llewellyn, and Susan R. Llewellyn, in the amount of $66,985.03, plus interest and costs.

Aug. 11

The Union Bank Co., Columbus Grove, won a foreclosure judgment against Mindy L. Grothause, Cloverdale, in the amount of $51,497.22, plus interest and costs.

Aug. 12

Heather M. Davis, 38, Cloverdale, was granted judicial release. She was placed on five years community control, must obtain her GED, undergo counseling, have no minors at her address and no unsupervised contact with any minors. Davis was originally convicted of obstructing justice.

Michael A. Rieman, 34, Bluffton, was ordered to undergo an evaluation at the WORTH Center for violating the terms of supervision. The violation included consuming alcohol on July 15. He must seek and maintain employment and undergo alcohol and drug assessment and treatment. He was originally convicted for burglary and attempted burglary.

Jeffrey T. Brightman, 25, Toledo, was sentenced to 12 months in prison for identity fraud. He was given credit for 69 days served.

Aug. 14

Mackenzie L. Basham, 20, Lima, pleaded guilty to burglary. She faces up to eight years in prison and $15,000 in fines. Bond was revoked while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted.

New Cases

Erie Insurance Co., Columbus, v. Lateena M. Wash, Lima; complaint.