Three indicted on charges of home burglaries


By Gary Huffenberger - [email protected]



WILMINGTON — Three men have been indicted on charges of committing residential burglaries while carrying firearms last September in Clinton County.

All three resided outside the county, according to court records.

The charged suspects are Jefferey D. Carlier, 52, of Mount Orab; Brian A. Crank, 33, of Amelia; and Charles L. Glover II, 46, of Sardinia.

Allegedly, Carlier took two safes, a jewelry box, a Blanchester High School Class of 1956 ring, shirt pins, Ohio State Fair pins, toy trucks, rings, a Remington 12-gauge pump shotgun, a Mossberg 10-gauge single shot shotgun, a Winchester lever action 30/30 caliber rifle, a gold wristwatch, numerous collectible coins, a 12-gauge shotgun, a .22-caliber Remington bolt action rifle, a rifle with a wood stock, cash, two wagon wheels, a wooden wheelbarrow, a milk can and a milk jug.

A Clinton County grand jury indicted Carlier with eight counts of burglary, two counts of safecracking, two counts of grand theft, two counts of theft, two counts of petty theft, one count of criminal trespass, and seven firearm specifications.

Allegedly, Crank took a safe, a jewelry box, a Blanchester High School Class of 1956 ring, shirt pins, Ohio State Fair pins, toy trucks, rings, a Remington 12-gauge pump shotgun, a Mossberg 10-gauge single shot shotgun, a Winchester lever action 30/30 caliber rifle, a gold wristwatch and numerous collectible coins.

Crank was indicted with four counts of burglary, one count grand theft, one count safecracking, one count theft, one count petty theft, and four firearm specifications.

Allegedly, Glover took a 12-gauge shotgun, a .22-caliber Remington bolt action rifle, a rifle with a wood stock, a safe and cash.

Glover was indicted with four counts of burglary, two counts theft, one count safecracking theft, one count safecracking, and four firearm specifications.

Below are more individuals indicted by the local grand jury, listing the names, ages, towns of residence and the charges against them.

Gloria A. Grooms, 54, of Wilmington, was indicted with two counts of burglary, a count of theft, and a count of safecracking.

Sherry A. Carlier, 49, with an at-large address, was indicted with two counts of burglary, a count of theft, a count of safecracking, a count of attempted petty theft, and a count of criminal trespass.

Felicia Dawn Marie Maxwell, 23, of Wilmington, was indicted with aggravated trafficking in drugs, and with persons who may sell, purchase, distribute, or deliver dangerous drugs.

Robin Linn Taylor, 35, of Wilmington, was indicted with permitting drug abuse, tampering with evidence, and with failing to report a crime or knowledge of a death or burn injury.

Christopher A. Arrington, 36, of Wilmington, was indicted with possessing heroin.

Elena F. Arrington, 36, of Wilmington, was indicted with possessing heroin.

Nathan E. Fowler, 19, of Martinsville, was indicted with failing to comply with an order or signal of a police officer.

Russell Wayne Hall Jr., 32, of Blanchester, was indicted with receiving stolen property.

Frank L. Haer V, 26, of Xenia, was indicted with improperly handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, and using weapons while intoxicated.

Rachael M. Russell, 26, formerly of Hillsboro, was indicted with illegal use of food stamps or WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) program benefits.

Chasity A. Cottrell, 20, of Sabina, was indicted with failing to appear in court.

Brandi N. Turner, 33, of Wilmington, was indicted with failing to appear in court.

David Joseph Baker, 34, of Wilmington, was indicted with failing to appear in court.

Ricky L. Hall II, 31, of Goshen, was indicted with failing to appear in court.

Reach Gary Huffenberger at 937-556-5768 or on Twitter @GHuffenberger.

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By Gary Huffenberger

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