By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT
A Findlay man faces four felony charges for alleged sex offenses against a young child.
Gregory C. Sakulich, 49, was indicted by a Hancock County grand jury on two counts of gross sexual imposition, both third-degree felonies, and two counts of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor, both second-degree felonies.
According to the indictment, Sakulich allegedly engaged in “sexual contact” twice in 2010 with a child who was 4 years old at the time. On the same two dates, Aug. 14 and 27, 2010, he allegedly committed the pandering offenses against the same victim. The alleged acts all happened in Findlay.
The prosecutor’s office was recently made aware of the 2010 events, Hancock County Prosecutor Phil Riegle said.
The indictment defines the pandering charges as “with knowledge of the character of the material or performance involved, create, record, photograph, film, develop, reproduce, or publish material that show a minor participating or engaging in sexual activity, masturbation or bestiality.”
Riegle declined to say whether Sakulich took photos or committed the alleged pandering offenses in some other way.
Others facing charges in Hancock County Common Pleas Court include Yerandy Gonzalez Pino, 32, of Las Vegas, Nevada, who was indicted for possession of heroin and trafficking in heroin, both first-degree felonies and both with major drug offender specifications. He allegedly possessed and was prepared to sell about 4 pounds of heroin on April 3 in Findlay.
This a superseding indictment replacing Gonzalez Pino’s previous indictment, which was for possession only, Riegle said.
The black tar heroin was found in a spare tire when Gonzalez Pino was pulled over, Riegle said last month when the suspect was first indicted.
Trevor S. Young, 24, of Findlay, was indicted for burglary, a third-degree felony, for allegedly entering a Cory Street residence on April 23.
Justin J.J. Johnson, 31, of Fostoria, was charged with assault, a fourth-degree felony, for an alleged incident with a Fostoria police officer on April 6. The attack happened during police business, Riegle said.
Eric R. Glime, 31, of Madison Heights, Michigan, was charged with aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly having amphetamine on Jan. 29, 2018, in Findlay.
Charles T.D. Stewart, 37, of Findlay, was indicted for aggravated possession of drugs, a third-degree felony. He allegedly possessed between one and five times the bulk amount of methamphetamine on April 26 in Findlay.
Michael S. Perry, 25, of Fremont, was indicted for trafficking in cocaine, a fifth-degree felony, for an alleged sale of less than 5 grams on April 5, 2018, in Findlay.
Ronald M. Robb, 55, of Findlay, faces a first-degree felony charge for failing to notify the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office of a change of address within the required time period. He is supposed to register as a sex offender because of a 1997 case in Steuben County, New York.
Three people were charged with failure to appear, all fourth-degree felonies.
Nick Lampkin, 41, of Toledo, failed to appear on April 22. Lampkin faces six felony charges for the trafficking and possession of cocaine and heroin.
Theodore A. Wright Jr., 46, of Toledo, failed to appear on May 1. He was previously charged with receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony.
Dennis L. Loudenslager II, 32, of Vanlue, failed to appear on April 24. His prior charge was aggravated possession of drugs (methamphetamine), a fifth-degree felony.