48 people were indicted in Butler and Warren counties

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Sep. 17—Grand juries, which meet in secret, review criminal charges brought by police and prosecutors and investigate possible criminal behavior. The...
proceedings are usually one-sided because the accused is not present and witnesses are not cross-examined.

A grand jury may issue an indictment if it finds probable cause that a crime was committed and the accused person is responsible. An indictment is an accusation that must then be proven in court. The grand jury may also elect to issue no indictment. — BUTLER COUNTY

Indictments returned during a recent session of the Butler County grand jury:

Suzanne Baker, 4926 Mercedes Drive, Hamilton; indicted on two counts of aggravated possession of drugs.

Manal Fahed Saleh, 5632 Hoover Ave., Dayton; indicted on one count each of identity fraud against a person in a protected class, theft from a person in a protected class, theft from a person in a protected class (direct), misuse of credit cards (direct), and receiving stolen property (direct).

Toby Layne Madden, 250 N. Brookwood, Hamilton; certified back to the lower court on one count of failure to stop at a stop sign.

Shavan Singletary, 814 18th Ave., Middletown; certified back to the lower court on one count of unauthorized use of a vehicle.

Kevin Allen Paddy, Jr., 1570 Meredith Dr., Unit 11, Cincinnati; indicted on two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence and one count of reckless operation.

Harold T. Collins, 2380 Century Dr., Columbus; indicted on one count each of possession of heroin (direct), possession of cocaine, having weapons while under disability, and improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle.

Joshua R. Honchell, Jr., 780 Ohio Pike, #4, Cincinnati; indicted on two counts of trafficking in hashish (direct), and one count each of aggravated trafficking in drugs, aggravated possession of drugs, aggravated trafficking in drugs (direct), and possession of hashish (direct).

Dustin Jeffrey Retherford, 1906 Bell Road, Hamilton; indicted on one count each of aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drugs, failure to appear, possessing drug abuse instruments, and illegal use or…
Amy Burzynski, Journal-News, Hamilton, Ohio
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