CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- A man accused of multiple domestic assaults has now been indicted on felony charges by the Guernsey County grand jury.
According to Prosecutor Daniel G. Padden, 38-year-old Kevin Douglas Waller of Byesville has been charged with felony-four count of domestic violence with a specification for prior violent offenses. Waller was arrested in June for strangling a female victim, the most recent in a series of domestic violence arrests. Waller was arrested earlier this year for holding a woman against her will, but charges were dropped in that case. Waller's extensive criminal record also includes charges of drug abuse, theft, and falsification.
Also indicted last week was: 45-year-old Jackie D. Siddle of Pleasant City, charged with three counts of grand theft (F3) and burglary (F3); 42-year-old Steven A. Lenarz of Pleasant City, charged with aggravated possession of drugs (F5); 46-year-old Kevin D. Black of Cambridge, who faces one count of theft from an elderly person (F5); 37-year-old Myron Alton Pringle of Charlestown, WV, who is charged with receiving stolen property (F4); and 22-year-old Toby Levi Wickham of Byesville, who faces one count of theft from an elderly person (F4) and forgery (F5).
Waller, and all others indicted by the grand jury last week, will appear for arraignment in the Guernsey County Common Pleas Court on August 15.