A Springfield man was indicted in connection to an alleged attack on a woman.
Sean Stewart, 27 was indicted in Clark County Common Pleas Court on a charge of felonious assault and receiving stolen property.
Springfield police began their investigation when they were called to the area of Sherman Avenue and Power Street where a woman said Stewart purposefully rammed her car with his.
“(The woman) stated that she has been in an argument for several days with Mr. Stewart regarding money that he owes her,” an affidavit filed with the charges says.
Officers said Stewart was found hiding in some bushes by apartments. He had injuries to his head.
“Mr. Stewart then admitted to officers that he was driving the vehicle that crashed into (the woman) and that he rammed the back of her car because she slammed on the brakes.”
He was arrested at the scene.
Others indicted in Clark County Common Pleas Court were:
Carl Lemmings, 29, of Springfield: vandalism
James Riddle, 69, of Springfield: burglary
Julius Young, 26, of Dayton: three counts of forgery
Lacey Adams, 26, of Springfield: possession of heroin, aggravated possession of drugs and possession of cocaine
Trevor Hatfield, 38, of Springfield: trafficking in cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of criminal tools
Rick Evans, 59, of Urbana: kidnapping and abduction
William Adkins, 37, of Urbana: aggravated possession of drugs
Tony Snyder, 27, of Springfield: two counts of forgery
Nakeia Anderson, 35, of Springfield: theft and forgery
Michael Lasae Jennings Jr., 33, of Springfield: possession of heroin and aggravated possession of drugs
Ryan Midkiff, 41, of Vienna: possession of cocaine
Khadejha Coran, 22, of Springfield: burglary and trespass in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present
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