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  • Writer's pictureJoe Lyons

Ashland County Prosecuting Attorney Christopher R. Tunnell Announces January 2023 Felony Indictments





Today Ashland County Prosecuting Attorney Christopher R. Tunnell released nineteen (19) felony indictments issued by the Ashland County Grand Jury which met for a day and a half session in January. The Grand Jury issued a total of thirty-two (32) indictments, against thirty-one (31) individuals, thirteen of which remain sealed because they have not been served as of today’s date. The following persons were the subject of an indictment and have or will appear before the Ashland County Court of Common Pleas:





• Jody Jones of Jeromesville, case no. 23-CRI-026, investigating agency ACSO


COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the third degree. / 3 Specifications


COUNT TWO: HAVING WEAPONS WHILE UNDER DISABILITY a felony of the third degree./ 2 Specifications


COUNT THREE: PERMITTING DRUG ABUSE a misdemeanor of the first degree.







COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the third degree.






• Douglas Eugene Thompson of Howard, OH, case no. 23-CRI-028, investigating agency OSHP


COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the second degree.

















COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the second degree.






• Douglas Eugene Thompson of Howard, OH, case no. 23-CRI-029, investigating agency LPD


COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.


COUNT TWO: TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE











COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS







• Victor Keith Mullins of Wooster, case no. 23-CRI-027, investigating agency OSHP



COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the second degree.















COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the second degree.







• Jeremy Roger Casler of Loudonville, case no. 23-CRI-002, investigating agency LPD



COUNT ONE: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE a felony of the third degree.



COUNT TWO: RESISTING ARREST a misdemeanor of the second degree.










COUNT ONE: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE





• Jarrod Morr of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-001, investigating agency APD



COUNT ONE: HAVING WEAPONS WHILE UNDER DISABILITY a felony of the third degree.


COUNT TWO: IMPROPERLY HANDLING FIREARMS IN A MOTOR VEHICLE a felony of the fourth degree.


COUNT THREE: CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON a felony of the fourth degree.







COUNT ONE: HAVING WEAPONS WHILE UNDER DISABILITY a felony of the third degree.






• Bronson Buchanan of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-003, investigating agency APD


COUNT ONE: HAVING WEAPONS WHILE UNDER DISABILITY a felony of the third degree.


COUNT TWO: CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON a felony of the fourth degree.


COUNT THREE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.






COUNT ONE: HAVING WEAPONS WHILE UNDER DISABILITY a felony of the third degree.










• Robert Shane Haudenschild of Loudonville, case no. 22-CRI-249, investigating agency LPD



TEN COUNT INDICTMENT/ Specifications











TEN COUNT INDICTMENT











• Mark McLaughlin of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-024, investigating agency APD



COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.










COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.










• Damian Vandriest of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-010, investigating agency APD


COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree./Specifications











COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.










• Ashley Kloos of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-009, investigating agency APD


COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree./Specifications











COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.







• Catherine Dye of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-011, investigating agency APD



COUNT ONE: POSSESSION OF COCAINE a felony of the fifth degree.












COUNT ONE: POSSESSION OF COCAINE a felony of the fifth degree.








• Breanna Bell of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-017, investigating agency APD


COUNT ONE: TELECOMMUNICATIONS FRAUD a felony of the fourth degree.


COUNT TWO: THEFT FROM A PERSON IN A PROTECTED CLASS a felony of the fourth degree.


COUNT THREE: POSSESSING CRIMINAL TOOLS felony of the fifth degree.






COUNT ONE: TELECOMMUNICATIONS FRAUD a felony of the fourth degree.







• Joshua Bell of Ashland, case no. 22-CRI-250, investigating agency APD


COUNT ONE: TELECOMMUNICATIONS FRAUD a felony of the fourth degree.


COUNT TWO: THEFT FROM A PERSON IN A PROTECTED CLASS a felony of the fourth degree.


COUNT THREE: POSSESSING CRIMINAL TOOLS a felony of the fifth degree.






COUNT ONE: TELECOMMUNICATIONS FRAUD








• William Lagrange of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-025, investigating agency ACSO



COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS felony of the fifth degree.











COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS felony of the fifth degree.










• Ryan Masters of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-020, investigating agency ACSO




COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS felony of the fifth degree.




COUNT TWO: TAMPERING WITH EVIDENCE a felony of the third degree.







COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS




• John Holmes Carter of Cleveland Heights, case no. 23-CRI-022, investigating

agency OSHP



COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the third degree.



COUNT TWO: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the fifth degree.








COUNT ONE: AGGRAVATED POSSESSION OF DRUGS a felony of the third degree.





• Trent Carey of Ashland, case no. 22-CRI-248, investigating agency APD



EIGHT COUNT INDICTMENT/ Specifications

















COUNT ONE: TRAFFICKING IN A FENTANYL-RELATED COMPOUND a felony of the second degree.






• Amber Anderson of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-005, investigating agency APD




COUNT ONE: POSSESSION OF COCAINE a felony of the fifth degree.


COUNT TWO: PERMITTING DRUG ABUSE a felony of the fifth degree.


COUNT THREE: ENDANGERING CHILDREN a misdemeanor of the first degree.






COUNT ONE: POSSESSION OF COCAINE a felony of the fifth degree.




Prosecutor Tunnell would like to thank the Grand Jurors for their time and assistance, and the men and women of the investigating agencies for their hard work in protecting Ashland County citizens.


Prosecutor Tunnell further stressed that all persons indicted by the January Grand Jury are innocent until proven guilty.


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