The mother and daughter duo are charged with trespassing

The mother and daughter duo are charged with trespassing

The mother-daughter duo were accused of entering a home uninvited in order to take a child.

A Wood County grand jury on November 1 indicted defendants Katherine Hensley, 50, Whitehouse, and her daughter, Sarah Pratt, 29, Oregon, on charges of trespassing in a dwelling when a person is present or likely to be present, and it is a fourth-degree felony; and obstructing official business, a second-degree misdemeanor.

On August 2, they allegedly broke into a home in North Baltimore for the purpose of kidnapping a child.

According to court documents, Wood County Job and Family Services informed Pratt that she was not allowed to have any contact with the child. The women also allegedly tried to leave with a child in their car after being ordered not to do so by law enforcement.

Officers at the scene had to confine their vehicles to cruisers. They refused to get out of the car despite receiving orders to do so several times.

The following were also charged with:

Melvin Belteton Dillion, 27, Boulder, Colo., on two counts of drug possession, both third-degree felonies; and drug possession, a first-degree misdemeanor. On August 18, 2022, he was allegedly in possession of ketamine, a large quantity of methylenedioxy-N-benzylkathinone, and etizolam.

Allison Dillon, 49, Beaufort, S.C., charged with grand larceny, a fourth-degree felony; and communications fraud, a third-degree felony. On October 31, 2022, she allegedly obtained funds in excess of $7,500 through deception using a communications device.

Ryan A. Daniels, 42, Flat Lake, Ky., receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony; and two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and drug use of a combination thereof/OVI, both first-degree misdemeanors. On September 20, he was allegedly driving a 2018 Chevy Silverado that had been reported stolen. His blood alcohol level was 0.181 and he had a suspended license, according to court documents.

Samrach Thatch, 41, of Bowling Green, charged with domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony; and violating a protective order, a third-degree felony. On Oct. 1 in Bowling Green, Touch allegedly violated the terms of a protective order while committing a domestic violence crime. He had previously pleaded guilty to a domestic violence charge in Bowling Green in 2022.

Elias Avila Martinez, 25, of Eugene, Oregon, for receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony; and forgery, a first-degree misdemeanor. On Oct. 4, a Bowling Green Police Department dispatch said a 2002 Chevy truck reported stolen from Detroit struck a license plate reader at East Wooster and South College Drive. The driver was parked at the Circle K on North Prospect and then took off running when a police car drove by. He was located at City Lot 2 and allegedly made false statements to mislead police.

Stacey L. Slisman, 47, Perrysburg, was charged with possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree felony, after the drug was found in his possession on March 18.

Co-defendants Edward James Buford, 34, and Martaz Davis, 32, both of Detroit, are charged with money laundering, a third-degree felony; and possession of criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony. On April 25, they allegedly conducted or attempted to conduct a transaction promoting corrupt activity via cell phone. Specifics for property forfeiture include $26,504 in cash, three iPhones and one Nokia Flip phone.

Terrance Shane Slaughter Jr., 21, Toledo, charged with felonious assault, a second-degree felony; Violation of a protective order, a third-degree felony; and disrupting public services, a fourth-degree felony. On Oct. 9 in Perrysburg, he allegedly cut off a woman’s hand with a serrated steak knife. When she went to call 911, he allegedly grabbed the cell phone out of her hand and hung up. Then he left the residence. He received a protection order on March 22.

Glen Anton Shirley, 22, Milwaukee, Wis., for five counts of motor vehicle theft, all fourth-degree felonies. On August 1, he allegedly stole Kaufman’s trailer and a 2017 Dodge Ram 3500, a 2019 Lexus ES 350, a 2013 Ford Escape, and a 2020 Lexus ES.

He was previously charged on September 6 with receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony; and theft, a fifth-degree felony. On August 1, he allegedly stole an iPhone 14 and obtained a 2017 Toyota Camry while knowing it had been obtained by theft.

A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Danielle Nicole Baumgartner, 34, of Northwood is currently in prison on charges of robbery, a third-degree felony; and theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony. On Sept. 21, during an altercation in Northwood, she allegedly grabbed the car keys that were on a rope around the alleged victim’s neck. She then allegedly fled in a 2013 Buick Verano.

Malik Sylvester, 24, Detroit, on one count of theft and two counts of passing bad checks, all fifth-degree felonies; and identity fraud, a fourth-degree felony. From September 27 to 28, he allegedly deprived Bank of Genoa and a customer of $1,500 and attempted to cash two money orders totaling $2,000 using someone else’s identity without consent.

A warrant has been issued for his arrest.

Ross Allen Woessner, 39, Weston, receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony. On Sept. 29, he was stopped in Bowling Green after a license plate reader showed the 2023 Chevy Silverado he was operating had been reported stolen in Toledo.

Joshua Daniel Musselman, 21, Galion, charged with possession of marijuana, a fifth-degree felony. On March 15, he was allegedly found in possession of 468 grams of cannabis product. A motion to stay the proceedings to allow Musselman to participate in the health education and diversion program was approved in June. He was terminated from the program in October.

Robert Pernell Davis Sr., 39, Toledo, charged with robbery, a fifth-degree felony. On February 7, 2022, he allegedly deprived a Perrysburg truck stop of $2,500 worth of truck tires during his two years of employment.

Alex Cameron Pease, 29, Bowling Green, was charged with unlawful manufacture or possession of explosives, a second-degree felony. On October 27, he allegedly staged an explosion in the 200 block of East Reed Street.

Michelle L. Marquez, 39, Northwood, child endangerment, third-degree felony. On March 26, she allegedly created a significant risk to the health or safety of a 6-year-old child, resulting in grievous bodily harm.

Joshua Thomas Setzikorn, 38, Temperance, Michigan, charged with grand larceny, a fourth-degree felony. On March 2, he allegedly deprived Rossford of $17,560 by playing unpaid Keno games before, during and after regular business hours. Setzekorn was the duty manager during the unauthorized transactions.

Indictments contain only allegations; Defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

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