Thirteen indictments were returned by the Carroll County grand jury during a full day’s session May 3.
The cases included one rape, four drug, three burglary and theft, two failure to appear and one each of vehicular assault, receiving stolen property and driving under the influence.
DAKOTA A. MCFALL, 22, of 714 Prospect Ave. SW, Canton, was indicted on one count of rape, a 1st degree felony, and one count of sexual battery, a second degree felony.
According to Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett, it is alleged that McFall engaged in sexual conduct with a female juvenile under the age of thirteen on Aug. 16 2017.
The four drug case indictments include:
LEE D. PASIUK, 46, of 2113 Canyon Rd., Carrollton, one count of possession of drugs a 5th degree felony (F5), one count of possessing drug abuse instruments, a misdemeanor of the second degree (M2) and one count of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, a misdemeanor of the first degree (M1). Pasiuk was allegedly found in possession of methamphetamine and syringes by Carroll County Sheriff’s Department during a traffic stop April 29.
– MICHAEL C. SMITH, 28, of 111 S. Market St., Minerva, one count of possession of drugs, one count of possession of cocaine, each F5’s, one count of possession of dangerous drugs, M1, and one count of drug paraphernalia offenses, M4. It is alleged that on April 3, during an attempt to serve a felony warrant on another individual at a Minerva residence by the Minerva Police Department, Smith was found to be in possession of several drugs and items used for taking drugs.
– JUSTIN A. HAUGHT, 32, of 925 Lynwood Dr, Minerva, one count of possession of drugs, F5, and one count of possession of drugs, M1. It is alleged that during a March 28 traffic stop by the Minerva Police Department, Haught was found to be in possession of Fentanyl and Xanax.
– DUSTIN L. DORSEY, 34, of 7144 Sandy Lane, Malvern, one count of possession of cocaine, F5, and on count of drug paraphernalia offenses, F4. It is alleged that after his arrest April 25, Dorsey was found in possession of cocaine and instruments used ingesting cocaine.
– JOHN L. SHEKELS, 23, of 1050 Bedrock Rd., Dellroy, and CHELSEY J. BECKLEY, 27, of 1262 Mace Road N.E., Carrollton, one count of burglary, F2, and one count of theft, F5. It is alleged that Shekels and Beckley entered a Bacon Rd. residence Feb. 13 and removed various items of jewelry, coins and tools.
– DANIELLE M. BILLMAN, 42, of 1114 Gonder Ave. SE, Canton, count of theft, F5, and one count of petty theft, M1. It is alleged that on April 15 Billman stole a credit card and cash from a Bachelor Rd. resident.
– ALLISON N. BOWLING, 20, of 7051 Canal Lane, Malvern, one count of failure to appear, F5. It is alleged that Bowling failed to appear for a scheduled March 9 court hearing after she had been released on her own recognizance.
– JEREMY P. MULLINS, 39, of 1152 Hanna St., Minerva, one count of failure to appear, F5. It is alleged that Mullins failed to appear for an April 13 scheduled court hearing after his release on his own recognizance.
– CARLOS A.V. HERNANDEZ, 23, no address listed, six counts of aggravated vehicular assault, each F3s, and one count of failure to stop after an accident, F5. It is alleged that Hernandez was involved in a March 26 traffic crash while intoxicated, traveling at high speed and left the scene. The three occupants of the vehicle he struck sustained life-threatening injuries.
– ANTHONY C. CLEMENS, 35, of 2338 23rd St. NE, Canton, two counts of receiving stolen property, each F4s. It is alleged that while responding to a report of truck off roadway in Fox Township April 7, Carroll County sheriff’s deputies found Clemens at the scene and found that the truck and license plate had been reported stolen from Stark County.
– DELTON D. BOYD JR., 36, of 7234 Cole Rd., Crestline, one count of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, F4, and one count of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs with refusal to submit to a test, F4. It is alleged that Boyd was arrested May 2 for OVI (driving under the influence), after a traffic stop by Carroll County deputies on SR 39, west of Carrollton. A review of his driving record revealed prior convictions of drunk driving in Franklin County, OH.
The 13 indictments were returned by the grand jury after hearing testimony from ten witnesses.
According to Prosecutor Barnett, the grand jury inspected the Carroll County jail and in a written report filed with the Clerk of Courts noted no violations of applicable state laws and regulations. Arraignment hearings for those indicted are scheduled for this Thursday in Carroll County Common Pleas Court beginning at 8:30 a.m.