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Monday Felony Indictments - Bonham Indicted for Grand Theft, Other Charges Likely


From the Knox County Prosecutor's Office


October 5, 2015 - 1:19 PM


MOUNT VERNON –The Knox County Grand Jury handed down fourteen indictments for felony crimes on Monday.  The charges included one count of Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle for Travis A. Bonham, 32, of Mount Vernon. On September 30th, Sandra Lee Stelk, Bonham’s mother, and Jaime Linn Barber, Bonham’s girlfriend, were found murdered in Stelk’s home. Stelk’s 2011 black Dodge Charger was missing from the home and it was believed that Bonham was driving the vehicle. The vehicle was later recovered in Columbus. Video surveillance showed that Bonham was driving the car the night of the incident.  A bond hearing is expected to occur this week in Knox County Common Pleas Court. This case was investigated by Det. Lt. Craig Feeney and Det. James Ferenbaugh of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

 

Knox County Prosecuting Attorney Chip McConville reported that the investigation of the deaths of Sandra Stelk and Jamie Barber remains under investigation, and additional charges are likely.

 

Dane E. Ferenbaugh, 33, of Fredericktown was indicted on two counts of Receiving Stolen Property and two counts of Forgery. Jerrie L. Hyatt, 34, of Fredericktown was incited on three counts of Receiving Stolen Property and three counts of Forgery, all counts are felonies of the fifth degree. The indictments allege that Ferenbaugh and Hyatt used checks from the same victim to purchase items at Fast Freddies and Pizza Dock. This case was investigated by Lt. Kyle Johnson of the Fredericktown Police Department.

 

On September 16th the Knox County Sheriff's Office, Mount Vernon Police Department and other law enforcement officials conducted a sex offender address verification. This resulted in the indictment of two sex offenders.  Marlon A. Major, 38, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Failure to Provide Change of Address, a felony of the fourth degree. Major was previously convicted of Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor in Knox County in 2009. This case was investigated by Det. David Light of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

 

Michael R. Smithhisler, 28, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Failure to Provide Change of Address, a felony of the third degree. Smithhisler was previously convicted of Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a Minor in Knox County in 2008, and was previously convicted of a Failure to Provide Change of Address in 2012. This case was investigated by KCSO Det. Dan Bobo.

 

David P. Zwayer, II, 51, of Powell was indicted for Burglary, a third degree felony, Criminal Damaging, a second degree misdemeanor, Disorderly Conduct, a fourth degree misdemeanor, and Disorderly Conduct, a minor misdemeanor. The indictment alleges that Zwayer broke into the Door 142 Restaurant in Fredericktown causing damage to the door, during a course of drunken disorderly conduct.  Zwayer also allegedly continued to be disorderly during his treatment by Fredericktown EMS medics. This case was investigated by Ptl. Matt White of the Fredericktown Police Department.

 

Edward C. Woording, Jr., 44, Terrance D. Smith, 36, and Tonya S. Carpenter, 42, all of Columbus were each indicted on one count each of Theft, Receiving Stolen Property, and Forgery, all felonies of the fifth degree. The indictment alleges that the three defendants stole checks from Advantage Ag and Equipment, LLC and forged the checks for a total of $8,387.49. This case was investigated by Sgt. Dan Selby of the Knox County Sheriff's Office.

 

Delilah C. Winstead, 62, of Danville, was indicted on one count of Theft, a fourth degree felony. The indictment alleges that Winstead received payments to which she was not entitled from the Social Security Administration during the period of June 2011 until November 2014.  This case was investigated by Special Agent Matt Burge of the Office of the Inspector General.

 

Damon C. Lensman, 39, of Mount Gilead, was indicted for Receiving Stolen Property, a felony of the fifth degree. The indictment alleges that Lensman received and pawned stolen jewelry from a Knox County burglary. This case was investigated by Det. Lt. Craig Feeney.

 

David C. Cox, 34, of Zanesville was indicted for Burglary, a second degree felony, three counts of Grand Theft, third degree felonies, and Trespass in a Habitation, a fourth degree felony. The indictment alleges that Cox stole three guns from a home in Utica. This case was investigated by Det. Lt. Craig Feeney.

 

Douglas L. Tucker, 46, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Theft, a fifth degree felony. It is alleged that Tucker received $1,280 to install an air conditioning unit and never performed the services. This case was investigated by MVPD Cpl. Travis Tharp.

 

Curtis W. Hull, 32, of Mount Vernon was indicted for Possession of Cocaine, a fourth degree felony. The indictment alleges that Hull was stopped for a traffic violation and after a probable cause search was found to be in possession of cocaine. This case was investigated by Tpr. James King of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

 

The arraignments for cases indicted by Grand Jury will be held October 16, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.

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