Common Pleas Court
Friday, September 20, 2013 5:49 AM
The Putnam County Grand Jury issued the following indictments on Sept. 11.
Nathan D. Aguirre, 36, Columbus Grove for aggravated burglary.
Kellsey Lyle, 28, Fort Wayne, Ind., for theft and Medicaid eligibility fraud.
Richard L. Snively, 55, Putnam County Jail, for retaliation.
Christine M. Wilson, 49, McComb, for tampering with records.
Jeffrey T. Merritte, 43, Paulding, for felonious assault.
Branden M. Papay, 19, Lima, for failure to comply with order or signal of police officer.
Ethan J. Yinger, 22, Columbus Grove, for forgery, uttering and theft of check.
Michael K. Schwaiger, 59, Ottawa, for cultivation of marijuana with specification, two counts possession of drugs, possession of marijuana, and possession of criminal tools.
Joseph E. Bonar, 54, Oakwood, for cultivation of marijuana, two counts possession of drugs, possession of marijuana, and possession of criminal tools.
Bobby W. Elders, 53, Defiance, for theft.
John W. Gibson, 36, Ottawa, for identity fraud.
Derek W. Mangas, 21, Leipsic, for theft and breaking and entering.
Jason M. Mangas, 33, Columbus Grove, for domestic violence and disrupting public service.
Eric A. Kohrn, 45, Lima, for tampering with coin machines and possession of criminal tools.
Adam T. Hector, 26, Ottawa, for uttering and receiving stolen property.
Melissa M. Hageman, 45, Ottawa, was sentenced to 36 months in prison for reckless homicide. She was fined $2,500 and ordered to pay $2,720.19 to the estate of Tammy S. Roberts. She was also sentenced to 18 months in prison for trafficking in drugs, sentence to be served concurrent, credit for one day, and five-year license suspension.
Thomas A. Verhoff, 56, Cloverdale, was sentenced to 30 days jail and placed on three years community control for possession of marijuana. He was fined $500, given credit for one day, one year license suspension, and must undergo drug and alcohol treatment and assessment.
Dereck A. Stewart, 25, Oakwood, was sentenced to seven days jail for trafficking in drugs marijuana. He was given credit for two days, placed on three years community control, six-month license suspension and pay $80 restitution to the MAN unit. A charge of permitting drug abuse was dismissed.
Discover Bank, New Albany, was granted judgment against Melissa D. Grime, Continental, in the amount of $15,998.33, plus interest and costs.
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