JEFFERSON — The following people have been indicted by an Ashtabula County Grand Jury and are set for arraignment in Common Pleas Court.
• Stephen M. Johnston Sr., 35, of 4872 N. Ridge Road E., No. 29, Geneva, and codefendant Steven M. Dodge, 41, of 4927 U.S. Route 6, Andover, were each indicted on one second-degree felony count of felonious assault.
Johnston was also indicted on one fourth-degree misdemeanor count of illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.
The pair is accused of causing serious physical harm to another person Dec. 9 in Andover Township.
Johnston is also accused of possessing a spoon used to prepare drugs.
• Meranda L. Wilson, 26, of 5717 Woodman Ave., Apt. 5, Ashtabula, was indicted on one second-degree felony count of burglary and one first-degree misdemeanor count of petty theft.
Wilson is accused of trespassing in an occupied residence in the 6100 block of Runkle Avenue and stealing $100 from the resident Nov. 13 in Ashtabula Township.
• Deanna C. Campbell, 29, of 4728 N. Ridge Road E., Geneva, and codefendant Michael F. Jordan III, 29, of 125 S. Ridge Road W., Apt. 13, Geneva, were each indicted on one fifth-degree felony count of possessing criminal tools, one second-degree misdemeanor count of possessing drug abuse instruments and one fourth-degree misdemeanor count of illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.
Campbell was also indicted on one second-degree felony count of illegal manufacture of drugs, single third-degree felony counts of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and aggravated trafficking in and possession of drugs, and one fifth-degree felony count of aggravated possession of drugs.
The pair is accused of possessing materials used to make, distribute or ingest drugs, including tubing, a Sentry safe, a funnel, packaging materials, a ledger, gas generators, a digital scale, syringes, modified light bulbs and a glass pipe Aug. 20 in Geneva Township.
Campbell is also accused of making methamphetamine and possessing more than 3 grams of the drug — intended for distribution — and other materials used to make it, including drain cleaner, acetone, salt, hydrogen peroxide, Coleman fuel, as well as one-tenth of a gram of fentanyl.
• Kyle D. Johnson, 25, of 123 W. 43rd St., Ashtabula, and codefendants Natalie A. Cedeno-Vera, 29, of 5703 Nathan Ave., Ashtabula, and Alan R. Summerville, 55, of 2007 Lillian Ave., Espyville, Pennsylvania, were each indicted on single third-degree felony counts of possession of and trafficking in heroin, two fourth-degree felony counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, three fifth-degree felony counts of aggravated possession of drugs and one fifth-degree felony count of possessing criminal tools.
The trio is accused of possessing and distributing more than 8 grams of a heroin and carfentanil mixture and more than 2 grams of fentanyl, and possessing more than three-fifths of a gram of methamphetamine and digital scales used to distribute drugs July 27 in Ashtabula.
• Erik R. Salgado, 37, of 820 E. Sixth St., Ashtabula, was indicted on one fourth-degree felony count of aggravated trafficking in drugs, single fifth-degree felony counts of possession of and trafficking in cocaine, aggravated possession of drugs and obstructing official business and one first-degree misdemeanor count of falsification.
Salgado is accused of possessing and distributing more than 1 gram of a cocaine and Carfentanil mixture, then fleeing on foot from police and later falsifying his identity Aug. 22 in Ashtabula.
• Malik T. McMullen, 22, of 1012 W. 34th St., Ashtabula, was indicted on one fourth-degree felony count of trafficking in heroin.
McMullen is accused of selling or offering to sell more than 1 gram of heroin Nov. 21, 2016 in Ashtabula.
• William F. Watson, 53, of 4562 Center Road, Conneaut, was indicted on two fourth-degree felony counts of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse or a combination.
Watson is accused of driving with a blood alcohol content of .254, more than three times the legal limit of .08, Dec. 19 in Monroe Township. Watson was convicted of or pleaded guilty to similar offenses four times since 2008, in Ashtabula County and Erie County, Pennsylvania.
• Justin D. Good, 26, of 1124 E. 16th St., Ashtabula, was indicted on one fifth-degree felony count of theft from a person in a protected class.
Good is accused of stealing an iPhone from an elderly woman between Oct. 1 and Nov. 15 in Ashtabula.
• Hunter J. Staats, 18, of 4329 Main Ave., Apt. 3, Ashtabula, and codefendant Isaac Mercado, 18, of 2124 Anthony Ave., Ashtabula, were each indicted on single fifth-degree felony counts of receiving stolen property and theft.
The pair is accused of stealing and retaining an EZ-GO golf cart that belonged to another person Oct. 16 in Ashtabula.
• Jeremy J. McGriff, 22, of 204 Sandra Circle, N. Syracuse, New York, and codefendant Drew T. Everingham, 21, of 137 Alpine Drive, Apt. 18, Syracuse, New York, were each indicted on one fifth-degree felony count of theft
The pair is accused of stealing close to $3,400 worth of miscellaneous merchandise from Wal-Mart between Nov. 19 and 20 in Ashtabula Township.
• Shavalis S. Johnson, 21, of 4701 Topper Ave., Ashtabula, and codefendant Kerri A. Lister, 42, of 36 N. Market St., Apt. 3, Jefferson, were both indicted on one fifth-degree felony count of obstructing official business and one first-degree misdemeanor count of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
The pair is accused of hindering police duties and using or operating a 2002 Honda Accord without the owner’s consent Dec. 9 in Jefferson.