Grand jury indicts eight people


Staff report



The Fulton County Grand Jury recently considered indictments charging individuals with Fulton County crimes, according to Prosecutor Scott Haselman.

Jon H. Ordway, 34, of Archbold was indicted on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, On or about March 19, 2016, he allegedly possessed methamphetamine.

Jesse J. Brown, 21, of Liberty Center was indicted on two counts of theft and one count ot burglary, On or about Jan. 14, 2016, to March 20, 2016, he allegedly trespassed in an occupied structure and allegedly stole a GoPro camera, an Alienware laptop computer, and blank checks.

Nicholas A. Navarre, 19, of Swanton was indicted on two counts of trafficking in marijuana. On or about May 2, 2016, he allegedly sold or offered to sell marihuana, and allegedly transported or distributed marijuana that was intended for sale by himself or another.

Raymond H. Struble, 26, Of Pullman, Mich., was indicted on one count of sexual imposition and one count of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. On or about Jan. 23, 2016, he allegedly engaged in sexual contact and sexual conduct with a person between the ages of 13 and 16.

Joshua R. Ebling, 29, of Napoleon was indicted on two counts of felonious assault and one count of assault. On or about May 8, 2016, he allegedly caused serious physical harm to another by means of a deadly weapon.

Kristy M. Smith, 37, of Morenci, Mich., was indicted on one count of grand theft. On or about May 13, 2015, to Feb. 9, 2016, she allegedly stole cash valued at more than $7,500 but less than $150,000.

Erin N. Schultz, 28, of Swanton was indicted on one count of theft from a person in a protected class. On or about Dec. 29, 2015, to Jan. 15, 2016, she allegedly stole jewelry from an elderly person.

William W. Box, 51, of Swanton was indicted on three counts of voyeurism and one count of illegal use of a minor in a nudity-oriented material or performance. On or about the month of November 2015 to March 18, 2016, he allegedly trespassed or invaded the privacy of a minor to videotape or photograph the minor in a state of nudity.

An indictment is merely an accusation, and all criminal defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Staff report