The Ottawa County Grand Jury has returned indictments against several local residents during its recent session.
• Marcelina L. Rivera, 42, also known as Marcey Rivera, 114 W. Main Street, Oak Harbor, was indicted on two counts each of passing bad checks and theft by deception – all fifth degree felonies.
Authorities say she passed two bad checks for more than $500 each in June 2007.
• Michael A. Lacumsky, 21, 11638 Bloom Road, Oak Harbor, was indicted on one count of gross sexual imposition and two counts of importuning, which are fourth degree felonies, and five misdemeanor counts each of contributing to the delinquency of a child and furnishing alcohol to underage persons.
According to the Ottawa County Prosecutor’s office, the indictments stem from an incident earlier this year in which Mr. Lacumsky allegedly purchased alcohol for a group of teens and then attempted to engage in sexual activity with a child under the age of 16.
• Kyle A. Goetz, 19, whose last known address is 960 N. Atwater Road, Oak Harbor, was charged with one count each of theft and receiving stolen property, both fifth degree felonies; one count of identity fraud, a fourth degree felony, and one misdemeanor count of receiving stolen property.
According to reports filed by the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department and Carroll Township Police Department, Mr.Goetz allegedly took items from several persons in June, including an ATM card, which he reportedly used on several occasions.
• Gordon Stahl, 46. 22948 Walbridge East Road, Curtice, was indicted on one count of failure to comply, a third degree felony, after he allegedly tried to flee from a sheriff’s deputy who was trying to stop him for a traffic offense on July 26.
• Patrick M. Harris, 18, whose last known address is Oregon, was indicted on two counts of aggravated arson – first degree felonies – after he allegedly lit fire to items placed on the hood of a car last month in Harris Township. Two persons were sleeping in the vehicle at the time.
• Kenneth W. Mincer, 20, 3207 State Route 590, Elmore, has been charged with one count of vandalism, a fourth degree felony; two misdemeanor counts of assault, and one misdemeanor count of resisting arrest.
He was arrested by the Elmore Police Department July 21 after allegedly assaulting two teens. When he was placed in the back of the police cruiser, he reportedly kicked the door and window of the vehicle, damaging the door and breaking the window.
Summonses have been issued for Rivera and Lacumsky, who are scheduled to make their initial appearance in Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas on Aug. 18. Warrants have been issued for the others.