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Bank heist suspect indicted

March 28, 2013
By DEANNE JOHNSON - Staff Writer (djohnson@mojonews.com) , Morning Journal News

LISBON - The Canfield man who is accused of robbing the Home Savings and Loan on Y and O Road in Glenmoor was one of 15 open indictments issued this week by the Columbiana County Common Pleas Court grand jury.

In addition, the grand jury issued 13 secret indictments, which will be released as they are served.

Tary L. Gilbert, 36, Indian Run Road, Canfield, is charged with robbery, a third-degree felony, for allegedly going into the Home Savings bank on Feb. 19, handing the clerk a note demanding cash and fleeing north on state Route 11 where he was stopped outside Columbiana.

Open indictments were also issued for three people allegedly involved in a methamphetamine operation in New Waterford. Daniel L. Todd II, 34; and Heidi L. Todd, 34, both of Silliman Street, New Waterford, and Bradley Carpenter, 28, Creek Road, New Waterford, all face similar charges involving the manufacturing of meth.

Daniel Todd II is charged with illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, a second-degree felony; illegal manufacture of drugs, a first-degree felony; prohibitions concerning the purchase of pseudoephedrine product, a first degree misdemeanor; and two counts of fifth-degree felony possession of drugs including a specification.

Court documents allege Todd on Feb. 21 had the chemicals necessary to produce methamphetamine and on Feb. 20 engaged in producing meth in the vicinity of at least one child. Additionally, from Jan. 13 through Feb. 7, Todd reportedly acquired more than nine grams of pseudoephedrine within a 30-day period without a prescription. Todd also allegedly had both methamphetamine and heroin in his possession on Feb. 21, along with $198 in cash believed to have been involved in drug-related purchases.

Heidi L. Todd is charged with illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, a second-degree felony; illegal manufacture of drugs, a first-degree; and two counts of possession of drugs, fifth-degree felonies, along with specifications.

According to court documents, Todd's charges allegedly stem from similar circumstances as her husband, Daniel Todd. She is accused of having chemicals to create meth on Feb. 21 and manufacturing the drug on the same date with at least one child in the vicinity. On the same date she is accused of having both heroin and meth in her possession.

Carpenter is charged with illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, a second-degree felony; illegal manufacture of drugs, a first-degree felony; prohibitions concerning the purchase of pseudoephedrine product, a first degree misdemeanor; and two counts of possession of drugs, fifth-degree felonies.

Court documents alleged on Feb. 21 Carpenter had the chemicals necessary to produce methamphetamine and on Feb. 20 engaged in producing meth in the vicinity of at least one child. Additionally, starting on Jan. 18 through Feb. 13, Carpenter reportedly acquired more than nine grams of pseudoephedrine within a 30-day period without a prescription. Carpenter also allegedly had both methamphetamine and heroin in his possession on Feb. 21.

The owner of the property rented by the Todds on Silliman Street, Chelsea Cope, 35, East Taggart Street, East Palestine, is charged with deception to obtain a dangerous drug, a fifth-degree felony. According to court documents, Cope used deception to obtain a prescription for Alprazolam.

Her husband, Jason E. Cope, 37, Silliman Street, New Waterford, is charged with receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony. He is accused of being in possession of Ford Explorer owned by Shane Ryhal on Nov. 29.

A co-defendant, Alex D.M. Cook, 19, last known address Silliman Street, New Waterford, is charged with breaking and entering, a fifth degree felony; receiving stolen property, arson, and theft, all three fourth-degree felonies.

Court documents allege Cook, also had possession of the Ryhal's Ford Explorer on Nov. 29 and setting fire to the vehicle. Additionally, he is accused of breaking into the New Waterford Fire Department on Nov. 29 and taking a Ford New Holland tractor belonging to Dale Hill on Nov. 29.

Another co-defendant, William S. McMillan, 19, last known address Silliman Street, New Waterford, is charged with breaking and entering, a fifth-degree felony, and receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony. McMillan is accused of breaking into the New Waterford Fire Department on Nov. 29 and also having possession of Ryhal's Ford Explorer.

Charges were also issued for two people alleged to have carried guns into the Foxes Den Night Club on Jan. 1. Katheryn L. Fisher, 32, Washington Avenue, Salem, and Joshua R. Smith, 31, Tippecanoe, are each charged with two counts of illegal possession of a firearm in a liquor permit premises, both third-degree felonies. Allegedly they each possessed a 1911 A1A U.S. Army .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun and a Rohm Santheim/Brenz .22 caliber derringer style handgun, during that night and both guns were loaded.

Other open indictments were issued for:

- Nicole L. Wright, 23, Franklin Street, Toronto, is charged with possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony for alleged heroin in her possession on Dec. 7.

- Christian L. Weimer, 37, Cleveland Street, Salem, is charged with domestic violence, a third-degree felony. According to court documents, Weimer harmed or attempted to harm Stacey Dorkoff, on Feb. 13, just two days after he was convicted in Stark County Common Pleas Court of another domestic violence charge. Additionally, he has a 2009 domestic violence conviction in Canton Municipal Court.

- Randy J. Callehan, 22, West Main Street, Salineville, is charged with breaking and entering for allegedly trespassing into the Salineville Carry Out on Feb. 18 with the intention of committing a theft.

- Robert J. McLaughlin Jr., 52, West Ninth Street, East Liverpool, is charged with failure to notify the sheriff of a change of address, a third-degree felony. Court documents allege McLaughlin did not make notification in February, despite his requirement to do so based on a gross sexual imposition conviction from 2001. Additionally, he reportedly has been convicted in both 2009 and 2011 of failing to verify his residence.

- Chelsey D. Beebout, 24, Oakwood Street, East Liverpool, is charged with assault, a fourth-degree felony and harassment with a bodily substance, a fifth-degree felony. Court documents allege on Feb. 25 she harmed Capt. Patrick Wright of the East Liverpool Police Department by striking him and attempted to spit on him.

 
 

 

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