By ERIC SCHAADT
A Findlay man is facing a first-degree felony charge for allegedly entering a city resident’s home with the intent to cause harm.
Ryan H. Peterson, 43, 801 Hurd Ave., Apt. F, was indicted Tuesday by a Hancock County grand jury for aggravated burglary, a first-degree felony.
On Oct. 4, Peterson allegedly trespassed at an Allen Avenue home, where the victim was present, with the intent to inflict harm, according to the indictment.
Separately, drug-related allegations against a dozen people were handed down by the grand jury.
Six felony counts were lodged against Darin J. Wyse, 52, 508 W. Trenton Ave., Lot 34.
Wyse was indicted for three, fifth-degree felony counts of trafficking in cocaine; one count of possessing heroin, a fourth-degree felony; aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony; and a fifth-degree felony count of possession of cocaine.
Wyse is accused of selling cocaine in Findlay in recent months, along with possessing heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine last month.
A Knoxville, Tennessee man was indicted for possessing marijuana, a third-degree felony.
Kennedy J. Greene, 22, allegedly had between 1,000 and 5,000 grams of marijuana on Oct. 1 in Findlay, according to court records.
A Detroit, Michigan person was charged with aggravated possession of drugs, a third-degree felony. Arnold E. Matthews, 23, allegedly had oxycodone on Oct. 3 in Findlay.
Denzell W. Price, 23, of Knoxville, Tennessee, is facing charges of possessing marijuana, a third-degree felony, and improperly handling a firearm inside a vehicle, a fourth-degree felony.
Price alleged possessed between 1,000 and 5,000 grams of marijuana this month in Hancock County. He also allegedly had a .45-caliber handgun in a vehicle during the incident.
Eric D. Smith, 43, of Mount Blanchard, was accused of having heroin, a fifth-degree felony. Last month, Smith had less than 1 gram of heroin in Findlay, court records indicate.
A Findlay man was indicted for possessing cocaine last May in the city. Richard A. Hudson, 29, 411 Sterling Hill Drive, C, is facing a count of possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony.
Joshua P. Boltz, 27, 623 South St., was charged with having cocaine, a fifth-degree felony. Last July, Boltz allegedly was caught with less than 5 grams of cocaine.
An Arlington person was indicted for obtaining the drug Gabapentin by deception in Findlay on Oct. 28, 2017. Cana E. Wolford, 36, is facing an allegation of using deception to obtain a dangerous drug, a fifth-degree felony.
Kyle G. Wilson, 1275 Crystal Glen Blvd., H, was charged with two counts of aggravated possession of drugs, each a fifth-degree felony. Wilson, 27, is accused of having fentanyl and meth last July.
A rural Rawson male was indicted for aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Last June, Kory D. Conley, 35, allegedly possessed fentanyl in Findlay.
A rural Findlay woman was accused of aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Kristin N. Borders, 36, allegedly was found with oxycodone in Findlay last summer.
A rural Fostoria resident was indicted on two counts of possessing cocaine, each a fifth-degree felony. Angela J. Powell, 36, reportedly possessed less than 5 grams of cocaine on two occasions in Findlay in April and May.
In other indictments, Isaac M. Ochoa, 18, was indicted for violating a protection order, a fifth-degree felony.
Ochoa, of North Baltimore, is accused of violating a domestic violence civil protection order in Allen Township last month.
Two women were indicted for failing to appear in common pleas court this fall after being released on personal recognizance bonds.
Crystal S. Dillon, 38, 633 Central Ave., and Kerri L. Kostic, 39, address unknown, each face a fourth-degree felony charge.
All those indicted are slated to be arraigned next week in common pleas court.
In a secret indictment filed Sept. 25, a fifth-degree felony charge of permitting drug abuse was lodged against Ardell J. Roddy, 29, 910 Crystal Ave.
Roddy allegedly owned a Nissan hatchback that was used in the commission of a felony — trafficking in drugs — in January.