Thirteen Indictments Handed Down During June Grand Jury

Thirteen Indictments Handed Down During June Grand Jury

Editor’s Note: All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. An indictment is one part of the legal process. It is not a conviction.

Meigs County Prosecuting Attorney James K. Stanley announces that on June 15, 2022 the Meigs County Grand Jury returned thirteen indictments. 

Those indicted include the following:

Chloee Beach, 23, of Middleport, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Methamphetamine), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Courtney Dailey, 31, of Albany, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Methamphetamine), a felony of the fifth degree, Possession of Drugs (Heroin), a felony of the fifth degree, and Possession of Drugs (Fentanyl), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Brady Dorton, 27, of Albany, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Fentanyl), and Possession of Drugs (Cocaine), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Major Crimes Task Force investigated this matter.

Amy Davis, 43, of Ripley, West Virginia, was indicted for two counts of Felonious Assault, each a felony of the first degree, and Obstructing Official Business, a felony of the fifth degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Stoney Day, 41, of Racine, Ohio, was indicted for Escape, a felony of the third degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Terrance Glasser, 29, of Athens, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Methamphetamine), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Major Crimes Task Force investigated this matter.

Denny Gleason, 30, of Middleport, Ohio, was indicted for Having Weapons While Under Disability, a felony of the third degree.  The Middleport Police Department investigated this matter.

Tabatha Haning, 52, of Pomeroy, Ohio, was indicted for three counts of Trespass in a Permanent Habitation, each a felony of the fourth degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Dean Hill, 62, of Pomeroy, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Heroin), a felony of the fifth degree, and Possession of Drugs (Fentanyl), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Hannah Jones, 36, of Racine, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Methamphetamine), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated this matter.

Jason Milliron, 41, of Middleport, Ohio, was indicted for Possession of Drugs (Heroin), a felony of the fifth degree, Possession of Drugs (Fentanyl), a felony of the fifth degree, and Possession of Drugs (Fentanyl), a felony of the fifth degree.  The Major Crimes Task Force investigated this matter.

Lloyd Riffle, 40, of Rutland, Ohio, was indicted for Trespass in a Permanent Habitation, a felony of the fourth degree, Disrupting Public Services, a felony of the fourth degree, Assault, a misdemeanor of the first degree, and Unlawful Restraint, a misdemeanor of the third degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

Paul Wilson, 60, of Pomeroy, Ohio, was indicted for three counts of Trespass in a Permanent Habitation, each a felony of the fourth degree.  The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office investigated this matter.

All cases will proceed in Meigs County Court of Common Pleas.

For informational purposes, possible penalties for felony offenses committed before March 22, 2019 include: felonies of the first degree- 3-11 years in prison and up to a $20,000 fine; felonies of the second degree- 2-8 years in prison and up to a $15,000 fine; felonies of the third degree- 9-36 months in prison and up to a $10,000 fine; felonies of the fourth degree- 6-18 months in prison and up to a $5,000 fine; felonies of the fifth degree- 6-12 months in prison and up to a $2,500 fine.  Possible penalties for first and second degree felonies committed on or after March 22, 2019 include: felonies of the first degree- a minimum sentence of 3-11 years in prison with an indefinite maximum sentence of up to 16.5 years in prison and up to a $20,000 fine; felonies of the second degree- a minimum sentence of 2-8 years in prison with an indefinite maximum sentence of up to 12 years in prison and up to a $15,000 fine.  For most felonies of the fourth and fifth degrees, sentencing guidelines found in the Ohio Revised Code require first-time offenders to be sentenced to community control unless certain conditions exist permitting the imposition of a prison sentence.