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SIXTEEN INDICTMENTS ISSUED


September 14, 2015


MOUNT VERNON – Knox County Prosecuting Attorney Chip McConville reported that the Knox County Grand Jury handed down sixteen indictments for felony crimes on Monday.  The charges included a rape, multiple thefts, and several drug possession charges.  Arraignments in these cases are scheduled for Friday, October 2, 2015 in the Knox County Common Pleas Court.

 

Curt C. Swartz, 37, of San Diego, California was indicted for Rape, a first degree felony, Unlawful Sexual Conduct, a third degree felony, Gross Sexual Imposition, a fourth degree felony, and Disseminating Matter Harmful to Juveniles, a fifth degree felony. This case was investigated by Det. Dan Bobo of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

        

Gary L. McCloy, 52, of Gambier, was indicted for Failure to Provide Change of Address, a first degree felony. McCloy was convicted of two counts of Rape, first degree felonies, in 1984 in Franklin County and is required to register his address with the Sheriff of the county in which he resides. This case was investigated by Det. David Light of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

 

Jason M. Fawcett, 39, of Howard, was indicted for Grand Theft, a fourth degree felony. Fawcett is alleged to have received $22,300 for construction services and failed to provide the agreed upon work. This case was investigated by Det. Lt. Gary Rohler of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

 

Jarrod P. Martino, 31, of Mount Vernon, was indicted for Aggravated Possession of Drugs with a forfeiture specification. Martino is alleged to have possession of methamphetamine and $411 after the Knox County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant. This case was investigated by Det. Sgt. Craig Feeney.

 

Zacharey J. Hart, 18, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Gross Sexual Imposition, a third degree felony. Hart is alleged to have had sexual contact with a five year old boy. This case was investigated by Det. Dan Bobo.

 

Gena C. Foss, 43, of Mansfield was indicted for Possession of Heroin, a fifth degree felony. The indictment alleges that Foss was found in possession of heroin as a result of a traffic stop. This case was investigated by Ptl. Aaron Collins of the Mount Vernon Police Department.

 

Jodi L. Moreland, 50, of Centerburg was indicted for two counts of Theft and two counts of Forgery, all fifth degree felonies. Moreland is alleged to have forged two checks for a total of $826.54. This case was investigated by KCSO Deputy Zachary Miller.

 

Emily A. Bricker, 26, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle, a fourth degree felony, Theft, Receiving Stolen Property, and Aggravated Possession of Drugs, all fifth degree felonies. The indictment alleges that Bricker stole a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado with a cargo trailer attached and a debit card belonging to another person. She is also accused of being in possession of methamphetamine. This case was investigated by MVPD Ptl. Zachary Miller and Det. Tim Arnold.

 

Colin S. Strawser, 43, of Newark was indicted for Theft from an Elderly Person, a fourth degree felony, and Theft, a fifth degree felony. Strawser is alleged to have stolen a credit card and charged $1,040.92 to an elderly victim’s account. This case was investigated by KCSO Dep. Zachary Miller.

 

Shawn T. Price, 30, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Receiving Stolen Property and Forgery, both fifth degree felonies. Price is alleged to have stolen a purse and cashed a check for $423. This case was investigated by MVPD Sgt. Scott McKnight.

 

James D. Ervin, II, 27, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Trespassing in a Habitation, a fourth degree felony, and Criminal Damaging, a second degree misdemeanor. Ervin is alleged to have broken into a home on West Curtis Street, causing damage to the door. This case was investigated by MVPD Ptl. Nicholas Myrda.

 

Mary K. McGregor, 34, of Mount Vernon, was indicted for Trespassing in a Habitation, a fourth degree felony. McGregor is alleged to have broken into a home on Banning Road in Mount Vernon causing damage to the door. This case was investigated by KCSO Dep. Scott Baker.

 

David Yoe, 68, of Howard was indicted for Theft, a felony of the fourth degree. Yoe is alleged to have taken over $75,000 from the Santmyer Oil Company. This case was investigated by Dep. Scott Baker.

 

Alisha Davis, 32, of Danville was indicted for Theft, Identity Fraud, Misuse of Credit Card, and two counts of Telecommunications Fraud, all fifth degree felonies. Davis is alleged to have stolen $6,786.85 from the victim. This case was investigated by Lt. Dan Weckesser of the Danville Police Department.

 

Robert C. Fulton, 32, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Possession of Heroin, a fifth degree felony, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a fourth degree misdemeanor. A suspicious suspect call was made, resulting in the arrest of Fulton for an active warrant. As a result Fulton was alleged to have been in possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia. This case was investigated by MVPD Ptl. Michael Wheeler.

 

Kevin E. Szabo, 37, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Possession of Heroin, a fifth degree felony. Szabo is alleged to have heroin on his person during a police stop. This case was investigated by MVPD Ptl. Brian Weiser.

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