Several men and one woman are facing felony charges after recent Ottawa County grand jury sessions.
Trontranon Wyley, 48, and Kylie Zunk, 28, both of 1011 Ohio St., were indicted last week on multiple drug trafficking charges, all of which specify that the alleged offenses were committed in the vicinity of children, according to a news release from Ottawa County Prosecutor Mark Mulligan.
Wyley and Zunk were charged with three counts of fourth-degree felony trafficking in oxycodone. Wyley also was charged with an additional count of third-degree felony drug trafficking in heroin.
The charges stem from an investigation conducted earlier this year by the Ottawa County Drug Task Force. Agents from the drug task force, as well as officers from Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and Port Clinton Police Department, arrested Wyley and Zunk without incident on Friday.
According to reports from the drug task force, Zunk allegedly was found in possession of suspected heroin at the time of her arrest, as well as syringes, spoons and other drug-related paraphernalia.
“Ms. Zunk will likely be facing additional charges, pending the outcome of laboratory results on the drugs in her possession at the time of her arrest,” Mulligan said.
Wyley and Zunk are both being held at the Ottawa County Detention Facility.
Other individuals indicted, according to the prosecutor’s office:
- Corby Chudzinski, 44, of Mason, was indicted on second-degree felony theft and third-degree felony burglary. Chudzinski is accused of entering an elderly victim’s Port Clinton residence in February and stealing property worth thousands of dollars.
- Andrew Corbin, 29, of Port Clinton, was indicted on a charge of trafficking in drugs, a fourth-degree felony. Corbin is accused of trafficking heroin in the vicinity of a juvenile.
- Brian Genung, 38, of Marblehead, was indicted on a charge of failure to appear, a fourth-degree felony. Genung is accused of failing to attend a court hearing on another pending case. In December, Genung was indicted on multiple theft charges
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