Opioids and rape cases are among most recent indictments in Clinton County


By Gary Huffenberger - [email protected]



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WILMINGTON — A Wilmington woman has been indicted with dealing two kinds of opioids and possessing a third type.

Jacce Onamae Hughes, 40, faces charges that allege she trafficked in fentanyl and sold hydrocodone, and possessed oxycodone, fentanyl and hydrocodone.

The indictment also alleges Hughes was in possession of $460 and the money was obtained by selling drugs.

Two people were indicted on charges of rape at a recent convening of a Clinton County Grand Jury: Briahious L. McPherson, 18, of Georgia, and Jason T. Evick, 42, with an at-large address.

McPherson was indicted with rape and with gross sexual imposition for alleged conduct on Nov. 16, 2016 in Clinton County. Both counts in the indictment name the same victim, and both counts allege McPherson “purposely compelled” the victim “to submit by force or threat of force.”

Evick was indicted with rape and with kidnapping and domestic violence for alleged activity in mid-March 2017 in the county. All three counts in the indictment name the same victim.

Evick has previously been convicted of domestic violence in Clermont County, stated court papers.

Two members of the same Urbana, Ohio household were indicted here with four counts of theft. Allegedly, they shoplifted at the Wilmington Walmart Supercenter on four different dates in January 2017, including New Year’s Day.

Camellia Elizabeth Alfrey, 25, and Charles M.H. Alfrey, 24, allegedly stole items from Walmart worth more than $1,000 during each of the four days, according to the indictment. Computer equipment and electronics were among the items reported as stolen, including Global Positioning System (GPS) units.

The names, ages, residences, and charges of other people recently indicted by the local grand jury are provided below. The alleged criminal activities all reportedly occurred in Clinton County.

• John H. Pinkerton III, 31, whose address is given as the county jail, was indicted with two counts of burglary, and one count each of breaking and entering and of petty theft.

• Cody Lee Gilbert, 23, of Wilmington, was indicted with aggravated possession of drugs.

• Walker J. Worthington, 19, of Wilmington, was indicted with theft, receiving stolen property, and contributing to the unruliness or delinquency of a child.

• Jason L. Pack, 37, with an at-large address, was indicted with aggravated possession of drugs, and possessing drug paraphernalia.

• Jonathon J. Smith, 18, of Wilmington, was indicted with assault, harassment with a bodily substance, and domestic violence.

• Tiffany A. Williams, 27, of Wilmington, was indicted with possessing heroin, and aggravated possession of drugs.

• Faith R. Marion, 29, whose address is given as the county jail, was indicted with two counts of harassment with a bodily substance, and one count of attempted tampering with evidence.

• Lawrence Duane Baker II who is also known as Duane Baker, 32, of Clarksville, was indicted with tampering with evidence, and aggravated possession of drugs.

• Dayne E. Thomas, 38, of Dayton, was indicted with two counts of aggravated possession of drugs, and one count each of possessing heroin, and a drug paraphernalia offense.

• Anthony K. Lewis, 25, of Waynesville, was indicted with aggravated possession of drugs.

• Joshua R. Ball, 25, of Washington Court House, was indicted with tampering with evidence, and aggravated possession of drugs.

• Dorothy Mann, 44, of Wilmington, was indicted with failing to appear.

• Justin Stephens, 19, with an address listed as at-large, was indicted with two counts of burglary, four counts of petty theft, six counts of criminal damaging or endangering, and one count each of theft of drugs and of theft. On March 30, the defendant pled guilty to the two counts of burglary and to six counts of criminal damaging or endangering. The sentencing hearing is scheduled for April 17.

• Christopher Robinson, 28, of Hillsboro, was indicted with two counts of burglary, five counts of petty theft, seven counts of criminal damaging or endangering, and one count each of attempted burglary, theft of drugs, theft, and possessing criminal tools.

• Toby Lee Brewer, 35, of Wilmington, was indicted with aggravated possession of drugs.

• Patrick Edward Thomas, 36, of Redford Township, Michigan, was indicted with two counts of grand theft of a motor vehicle, and one count each of misuse of a credit card and of forgery.

• Melinda J. Conger, 37, of Wilmington, was indicted with felonious assault.

• Dewey Evan Warman, 22, of Lynchburg, was indicted with theft and breaking and entering.

• Jamar Laron Glover Sr., 28, of Wilmington, was indicted with felonious assault, and criminal mischief.

• Mackenzie J. Murdoch, 26, of Cincinnati, was indicted with grand theft.

• Jeremy Carlos Pack, 25, of Sabina, was indicted with domestic violence.

• Mark Nathaniel Potts, 22, of Clarksville, was indicted with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.

• Kyle C. Lindsey, 21, of Lynchburg, was indicted with illegal cultivation of marijuana, and possessing marijuana.

• Ashley N. Hoople, 31, of Otway, Ohio, was indicted with possessing cocaine, aggravated possession of drugs, possessing drugs, and possessing drug abuse instruments.

• Benjamin J. Trout, 28, of Beavercreek, was indicted with receiving stolen property.

• Matthew S. Addison, 22, of Clarksville, was indicted with failing to appear.

• Kristina Hope Snider, 40, of Blanchester, was indicted with two counts of failing to appear.

• Hayley D. Nimersheim, 22, of Covington, Kentucky, was indicted with two counts of failing to appear.

Reach Gary Huffenberger at 937-556-5768.

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By Gary Huffenberger

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