Grand jury issues indictments

Indictments include residents of Sandusky, Huron, Bellevue, Norwalk, Detroit and Castalia.
Courtney Astolfi
Feb 13, 2014
A Florence Township man accused of ongoing sexual abuse of a young girl was slapped with 16 additional charges related to the case late last week.

An Erie County grand jury indicted William Marton, 63, 9500 block Ohio 60, on six counts of rape and 12 counts of gross sexual imposition.

In late January, Erie County deputies arrested Marton on one charge each of rape and gross sexual imposition. A now-teenaged girl told officials Marton inappropriately touched her and also made her inappropriately touch him multiple times over a four-year span, when she was between 7 and 12 years old, deputies said.

When the allegations came to light, Marton allegedly fled the state. He later turned himself in after conferring with his pastor, deputies said.

Marton’s charges include a specification for sex crimes committed against victims younger than 13. If convicted, that could add to his penalty.

Marton is in the Erie County jail on $300,000 bond.

An indictment is a formal charge and does not denote guilt or innocence. Other indictments:

•Chase Smith, 31, Lorain, non-support of dependents.

•Randy Kimble, 44, 1100 block Farwell St., felonious assault with specification.

•Tywuan Davis, 29, 1000 block Camp St., two counts domestic violence.

•Diangelo Tiller, 23, 700 blockW. Market St., domestic violence, disrupting public service.

•Tyler Lopez, 21, 4700 block Venice Road, domestic violence.

•Paul Barnhart, 32, 600 block Harrison St., marijuana possession.

•Dashon Oglesby, 27, 600 block W. Washington St., escape.

•Nicole Risaliti, 29, 300 block Ontario St., Huron, operating a vehicle under the influence, with specification.

•Carl Jaskiewicz,, 41, 3100 block Edgewater Drive, Vermilion, aggravated drug possession.

•Melissa Sullivan, 32, 200 block Rye Beach Road, Huron, heroin possession.

•Kyle Strong, 25, 100 block Flatrock Road, Bellevue, aggravated drug possession.

•Katheryn Cooper, 22, first block Willard St., Norwalk, heroin possession, two counts aggravated drug possession.

•Joseph Sandy, 33, 400 block Oakland Ave., tampering with evidence.

•Kyle Reed, 28, 4700 block Old State Road, Norwalk, two counts receiving stolen property.

•Scott Gaborko, 32, Oberlin, burglary/trespass in habitation, disrupting public service, domestic violence.

•Blaine Butler, 35, 2100 block Wilson St., two counts operating vehicle under influence with specifications; two counts operating vehicle under influence refusal with specifications.

•William Marton, 63, 9500 block Ohio 101, Castalia, six counts rape with specifications, twelve counts gross sexual imposition.

•Brittany Rogers, 24, 100 block W. Shoreway Drive, retaliation.

•Warren (McCallum) Mathias, 35, Detroit, four counts complicity to theft, obstruction, complicity to criminal tools possession, complicity to identity fraud, complicity to forgery, complicity to criminal simulation, tampering with records, complicity to receiving stolen property.

•Tarea Billingslea, 32, Westland, Mich., four counts complicity to theft, tampering with evidence, complicity to criminal tools possession, complicity to identity fraud, complicity to forgery, complicity to criminal simulation, complicity to receiving stolen property.

•Julius Wallace, 33, Westland Mich., four counts complicity to theft, complicity to tampering with records, complicity to criminal tools possession, complicity to identity fraud, complicity to forgery, complicity to criminal simulation, forfeiture specification, complicity to receiving stolen property,

•Robert Dozier, 29, Muskegon Heights, Mich., four counts complicity to theft, tampering with records, complicity to criminaltools possession, complicity to identity fraud, complicity to forgery, complicity to criminal simulation, complicity to receiving stolen property.

•James Timmons, 30, Detroit, four counts complicity to theft, complicity to criminal tools possession, complicity to identity fraud, complicity to forgery, complicity to criminal simulation, forfeiture specification, complicity to receiving stolen property.

•Dennis Nickle, 32, 400 block E. Monroe St., cocaine possession, tampering with evidence, two counts aggravated drug possession.

•Matthew Ridgeway, 40, 2700 block Petersen Lane, cocaine possession.

•Barry Keller, 54, 1300 block Filmore St., cocaine possession, tampering with evidence.

•Anthony Pearson, 58, 200 block Hendry St., tampering with evidence, two counts cocaine possession.

•Kevin Alexander, 29, 900 block Franklin St., felonious assault, domestic violence, kidnapping with specification.

•Stanley Keahey, 32, 200 block Perry St., domestic violence, aggravated burglary, felonious assault, aggravated robbery, all with specifications; intimidation, protection order violation.

•Lashana Elliott, 35, Elyria, six counts identity fraud, five counts tampering with records and forgery, three counts receiving stolen property, one count criminal tools possession.

Comments

LegalizeFreewill

If drugs were legal what would this indictment list look like?
In an age where "Abortion" is legal, "Pharmaceuticals" are legal, alcohol, tobacco, gambling, war, and obesity are legal : This hypocrisy should be illegal. A crime against oneself should not be punishable by law - if it does not infringe on another humans' rights.
If the DEA, Border Patrol, and Federal Government cannot stop drugs from getting through the borders - then screw'em. Drug addiction is a punishment in and of itself.

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Josh31

I'm thinking the Obituary Section would be about a mile long if drugs were legal. Unless you were only speaking about weed. Things may actually be calmer then and I would be rich with my investments in Doritos and Taco Bell

slightthroat212

I would buy a drive thru for druggies featuring pizza, munchies and soda. I would be rich in the first day. A 24 hour drive through.
I would call it the MUNCH HUT.

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Josh31

I'm thinking the Obituary Section would be about a mile long if drugs were legal. Unless you were only speaking about weed. Things may actually be calmer then and I would be rich with my investments in Doritos and Taco Bell

From the Grave

Maybe they should try using stem cell therapy on some of these dummies to try to make them not so dumb. It might work.

Truth or Dare

Stem cell therapy? Their own or from someone else? Graph vs. Host Disease isn't all that pretty!

AEversole

Free will' u are not to far from being right on the target---- drugs are not illegal for the harm they cause or the families they destroy , but for the simple reason of the cash that is made and can't be taxed, ... We have lost this war on drugs years and years ago...

slightthroat212

@AE...that is exactly what this war is about. When the government can control drugs and tax them, watch how fast this war stops. When they can give them out in doses and tax those doses they won't be screaming about how bad they are. You watch.

huronguy

Free will is a heroin user trying to justify his stupidity!