Port Clinton man charged with selling synthetic heroin
A Port Clinton man has been charged with selling fentanyl, 3-methyl fentanyl and heroin and is one of 22 people recently indicted by an Ottawa County grand jury.
Clayton Havens, of Polk Drive, is alleged by Ottawa County Drug Task Force agents to have sold opiates ranging from heroin to synthetic strands of heroin fentanyl and 3-methyl fentanyl between May and August of 2017.
Leghia Havens, of the same Polk Drive address, has been indicted on one felony count of permitting drug abuse.
She is alleged to have transported Clayton Havens to one of the alleged drug deals in which he's been charged.
The grand jury also returned indictments against the following:
Mitko Todorov, on one count of identity fraud and three counts of receiving stolen property, all felonies. He is alleged to have been in possession of a stolen vehicle, license plate, and credit card when Ottawa County Sheriff Deputies initiated a traffic stop on him in January.
Jason Garey on one count each of felonious assault and domestic violence. Police allege Garey struck a family member with a vehicle on Jan. 31.
Jeffrey Hope, of Dublin, Ohio, on one felony count of burglary after police allege he entered a Marblehead residence in January.
As part of the indictment, Emily Dempsey, of New Albany, Ohio, was also indicted on one count of complicity to commit burglary as part of the same incident.
Felicia Blair, of Marblehead, on two felony counts of possession of drugs and one misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Blair is alleged by police to have been found to be in possession of prescription medication during a traffic stop in 2017 in Danbury Township.
Caleb Fillmore on one count of possession of drugs after Oak Harbor police allege he was found in possession of a controlled substance in January.
Vince Dinkins and Darvis Ezell, both of Toledo, on felony counts of passing bad checks, forgery and theft.
The pair are accused by police of cashing counterfeit checks in Genoa and Millbury in December.
Felicia Workman, of Port Clinton, on one count each of obstructing justice and resisting arrest.
Workman is alleged to have interfered with Port Clinton police while they were attempting to make an arrest.
Rochelle Jeffray, of Parma, now known as Rochelle Stephenson, on one count of passing bad checks. She is alleged to have written a bad check to a Port Clinton business in 2017.
Kyle Huber on one felony count of assault. He is alleged to have assaulted court security at the Ottawa County Courthouse.
Corey Gough on one count each of burglary and violation of a protection order after allegedly entering a Danbury Township home in January.
Kristen Keefe, of Rocky Ridge, on one count each of falsification and tampering with evidence after police allege she provided false information to deputies about being the victim of a crime in 2017.
William Chapman on one count of the sale of dangerous drugs. He is alleged by police to have sold prescription drugs.
Diane Behlmer on two felony counts of possession of drugs and one misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia after a sheriff's deputy allegedly found her in possession of heroin and fentanyl.
Scott Laure Jr. on one count each of breaking and entering, theft and disrupting public service. He is alleged to have taken property to provide mass communication.
Bernadette Bowman, of Gypsum, on two counts of aggravated possession of drugs. Police allege Bowman was in possession of controlled substances during a traffic stop in May 2017.
Amanda Frederick, of Port Clinton, on three felony counts of child endangering after police allege they found items used to manufacture drugs in her residence in January.
Indictments are only formal charges and do not denote guilt or innocence of the accused.
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