In total, the newly empaneled Grand Jury returned indictments on all 17 cases.
The Ross County Grand Jury indicted the two suspects in a June 4th beating victim found at the Moto Mart at Western and Water in Chillicothe.
The blood-soaked victim was hospitalized, after she said she had been punched, kicked, and dragged by the hair over several days, by her boyfriend and his mother at 12 North High Street.
26-year-old Joshua J. Gossman was indicted for domestic violence and felonious assault against her live-in girlfriend, and 47-year-old Kyle L. Wilson of South Salem was indicted for sexual battery.
The Ross County Grand Jury indicted two suspects caught continuing to rob the Horizon warehouse August 31st in Chillicothe.
Two police had staked out the Orange Street warehouse after Horizon reported thefts the three previous days. The officers witnessed, over live video, the two suspects pulling out copper wire. When arrested on-site, they were wearing camouflage masks and had tools to cut metal.
22-year-old Matthew S. Holbert and 49-year-old Stephen F. Reeves both were indicted for breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools.
From May 8th to August 30th, Horizon reported about $30,000 of theft from the site.
The Ross County Grand Jury indicted two suspects tied to four industrial metal thefts totalling more than $19,000.
On August 6th, Glatefelter loss prevention officers caught two men robbing about $2,200 of aluminum near Cooks Hill Road.
Then in an August 15th flyover surveillance, an agent of Norfolk Southern Railroad spotted a large amount of railroad parts in a scrap yard on Blain Highway. The receipt for the load, valued at about $2,300, led to one the two, 35-year-old Charles D. Griffin III.
But while the officer was on site, Griffin arrived with about $5,500 more of railroad parts.
Another load of railroad parts, found at Scioto Valley Recycling, and valued at about $9,000...also led back to Griffiin.
Griffin and his partner in the Glatfelter theft, 34-year-old Preston H. Singleton, were both indicted for felony theft and recieving stolen property.