Disturbance at restaurant leads to felony charges

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A disturbance at a Jerome Township restaurant has led to an indictment against a New York man.
The Union County Grand Jury has indicted Brandon Hairston, 38, of Rochester, New York, charging him with one count each of receiving stolen property, obstruction of official business and failure to disclose personal information.
According to court documents, on Jan. 15, deputies were at a fast food restaurant in Jerome Township on a call of a man causing a disturbance. While there, the deputies received a call about an abandoned Chevy Trailblazer. Investigators determined the vehicle was stolen out of North Carolina. Deputies saw Hairston walking with a gas can, “which made us believe he was the one with the vehicle,” the deputy wrote in his report.
When confronted, Hairston “failed to identify himself” according to the deputy. Investigators arrested the man, who they later identified as Hairston. As they were investigating, officials determined Hairston was the man in the restaurant, that prompted the initial call.
“A key was found In Brandon’s pocket which was later found to go to the stolen vehicle,” according to the report.
If convicted on all charges, Hairston could face nearly two years in prison.
Also indicted was:
– Edward Scott Paver, 32, of 12179 U.S. Highway 36, Marysville.
Paver is charged with one count of receiving stolen property after allegedly stealing a license plate from local car dealership on Jan. 8.
If convicted, Paver could face as many as 12 months in prison.
 – Ashley Marie Novotney, 26, of 16400 Hillview Road, Marysville. Novotney is charged with one count of abusing harmful intoxicants, stemming from a Dec. 28, incident. She was convicted of the same offense earlier in the year.
If convicted, Novotney could face as many as 12 months in prison.
 – Devin James Troesch, 26, of 5. North Fulton St., Richwood. Troesch is charged with one count of tampering with evidence stemming from a Jan. 7 incident.
If convicted, Troesch could face as many as five years in prison.
– Ashley Rose Bricker, 30, of 342 Carol Lane, Marion. Bricker is charged with one count of aggravated possession of drugs stemming from a Dec. 15 incident involving methamphetamines.
If convicted, Bricker could face as many as 12 months in prison.
– Shana Marie Potter, 40 of 4959 Gooding Road, Marion. Potter is charged with one count of forgery. According to court documents, on Dec. 9, Potter allegedly forged a $20 check to a local bar. If convicted, Potter could face as many as 12 months in prison.
– Joseph D. Secora, 39, of 1015 Barclay Dr., Galloway. Secora is charged with one count of aggravated possession of drugs stemming from a Sept. 28, incident involving methamphetamines.
If convicted, Secora could face as many as 12 months in prison.
– Frank B. Borghese, 34, of 800 Harrisburg Pike, Columbus. Borghese is charged with two counts of receiving stolen property and one count each of grand theft of a motor vehicle, theft and petty theft.
On Nov. 5, Borghese was spending the night with family members. The family members were scheduled to take him to drug rehabilitation the next morning. The relatives fell asleep and when they awoke, the found Borghese had left and allegedly taken the family car, cash and a disability debit card.
If convicted on all charges, Borghese could face as many as six years in prison.
– Mary Cathy Daniel, 46, of 322 W. Ninth St., Marysville. Daniel is charged with one count of aggravated possession of drugs stemming from a Nov. 5, incident involving methamphetamines.
If convicted, Daniel could face as many as 12 months in prison.
 – Tiffani Jene Hunter, 36, of Bellefontaine. Hunter is charged with one count of tampering with evidence, stemming from a Dec. 30, incident. If convicted on all charges, Hunter could face as many as five years in prison.



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