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Felony Indictments April 2023

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


Ashland County Prosecuting Attorney Christopher R. Tunnell released fourteen (14) felony indictments issued by the Ashland County Grand Jury which met in April.


The Grand Jury issued a total of fifteen (15) indictments against fifteen (15) persons, one of which remains sealed.


The following persons were the subject of an indictment and have or will appear before the Ashland County Court of Common Pleas:



Trevor Busch of Ashland, case no. 23-CRl-089, investigating agency ACSO



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John Ruehlen of Wellington, case no. 23-CRl-076, investigating agency APD



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Samuel Swiger of Sullivan, case no. 23-CRl-073, investigating agency ACSO



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Brian Esbenshade of Ashland, case no. 23-CRl-090, investigating agency APD



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Broc McKinney of Ashland, case no. 23-CRl-091 , investigating agency



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Brian Hicks of Sullivan, case no. 23-CRl-088, investigating agency ACSO



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Todd Michael Hendrix of Loudonville, case no. 23-CRl-092, investigating agency LPD



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Tarek Berry of Mansfield, case no. 23-CRl-096, investigating agency



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Isaiah Keennan of Ashland, case no. 23-CRl-097, investigating agency



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Michael A. Troyer of Holmesville, case 23-CRl-094, investigating agency OSHP



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Coy Manion of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-095, investigating agency ACSO



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Dakota Griffin of Ashland, case no. 23-CRl-086, investigating agency APD




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Randall Jeffrey of West Salem, case no. 23-CRI-IOO, investigating agency ACSO



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Matthew Nicholson of Ashland, case no. 23-CRI-098, investigating agency ACSO



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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 protection Ashland County Citizens. Prosecutor Tunnell further stressed that all persons indicted by the April Grand Jury are innocent until proven guilty.

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