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16 indicted by grand jury


The Clark County Grand Jury met Monday and returned the following indictments:

Michael L. Collins, 36, 526 Murray St., robbery.

Paul M. Gorsuch, 55, 2268 E. Possum Road, felonious assault.

Ashley Dawn Mendoza, 23, 905 E. Pleasant St., possession of cocaine.

Brittany N. Duffer, 19, 2524 Dayton Road, possession of heroin.

Mark Jason Scerba, 37, 2002 Scioto St., possession of cocaine.

George Williams, 60, 1715 W. North St., Apt. 223, falsification in theft offense and theft.

Rodney Thomas Dupree Huffman, 21, 21 W. Clark St., two counts of aggravated robbery and robbery.

Verne Lavell Harmison III, 44, 108 N. Greenmount Ave., two counts of burglary.

Mark Anthony Carroll, 29, at large, failure to register a change of address.

Calvin Lee Stewart, 22, 231 E. Liberty St., possession of drugs.

Sean M. Bowens, 39, Dayton, identity fraud and forgery.

Michael Shawn Springer, 35, 2245 Clifton Ave., three counts of abduction.

Kelly A. Merchant, 23, Huber Heights, two counts of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Regina Rosvanis, 22, 1593 Prospect St., forgery.

Rodney Lee McMahon Jr., 29, 937 W. Pleasant St., trafficking in heroin and possession of heroin.

Damon Emil Freeman, 32, 423 Linn St., trafficking in cocaine, possession of cocaine, trafficking in heroin, possession of heroin, trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana.


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