#schoolsafety | 22 indicted by Washington County grand jury

MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) – Twenty-two people were named in indictments returned by a Washington County grand jury on March 18 and released on Wednesday by Prosecuting Attorney Nicole Coil’s office.
Follow is a list of people indicted and the charges they are facing:
– Falcon Owens – aggravated burglary, domestic violence, theft
– Judd A. Burke – aggravated possession of drugs
– Carl R. Sprout – possession of drugs
– Zachary Barnett – having weapons while under disability
– Zachary Barnett – aggravated possession of drugs, obstruction of official business
– Melissa D. Myers – obstructing justice
– Matthew L. Jones – possession of a deadly weapon while under detention, possession of criminal tools
– Clinton D. Hornbeck – aggravated trafficking in drugs, aggravated possession of drugs, improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle
– Kelly J. Farnsworth – domestic violence
– Jesse C. Farmer – receiving stolen property, two counts; theft, two counts
– Thomas J. Lauric – breaking and entering, three counts; and petty theft
– Thomas J. Laurie – breaking and entering, three counts; petty theft, three counts; criminal damaging; and resisting arrest

– Richard R. Young III – theft, two counts; and breaking and entering
– Tracy R. Williams – possession of drugs, two counts
– Amber D. Boyd – possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia
– Brandon L. Richards – possession of drugs
– Kenton R. Barker – possession of drugs, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
– Jesse Stoops – possession of drugs, two counts; and possessing a abuse instruments
– James W. Radabaugh – having weapons while under disability, improper handing firearms in a motor vehicle, possessing drug abuse instruments, open container of beer or intoxicating liquor prohibited as certain premises
– James McKnight – unlawful possession of dangerous ordnance – illegally manufacturing or processing explosives, two counts; improperly discharging firearm at or into a habitation, in a school safety zone or with intent to cause harm or panic to persons in a school building or at a school function
– Tavion Thompson – trafficking in fentanyl-related compounds / major drug offender, possession of fentanyl-related compounds / major drug offender
– Kevin M. Ridgeway – breaking and entering, theft, tampering with evidence

– Christopher Smith – failure to comply with order or signal of a police office, felonious assault, unauthorized use of a vehicle
– William D. McFall Jr. – having weapons while under disability, receiving stolen property

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