GEORGETOWN, Ohio — Charles Ray Breeze, 63, of Georgetown, charged with alleged long-term abuse of a Georgetown girl, was indicted on additional charges by a Brown County grand jury.
Charles Breeze faces six counts of rape, all first-degree felonies, and two counts of sexual assault, third-degree felonies, involving a victim under the age of 13.
Charles Breeze and his wife, Margaret Breeze, were already facing multiple counts, including two counts of kidnapping each, two counts of child endangerment and one count of felony assault for the alleged abuse of an 11-year-old girl they had custody of, including starvation after being charged in 2019.
Charles and Margaret Breeze both pleaded guilty in October to child endangerment (second degree felony), felony assault (second degree felony), kidnapping (third degree felony) and tampering with evidence (third degree felony ). ).
They are both due to be sentenced in the Brown County Court of Common Pleas on February 3.
Charles Breeze was charged with rape and sexual assault charges on December 15, 2021, after the victim, who was just 11 when the sexual abuse began, came forward.
According to the indictment, the offenses took place from around December 19, 2003, with the last offense occurring on or around December 31, 2013.
The victim would now be in his twenties.
“One victim has come forward, although we have learned from recorded phone conversations where this was discussed. It was a long-term course of action,” Brown County District Attorney Zachary A. Corbin said. “Now he is reviewing these charges which, if convicted, could result in life sentences.”
Candice Adamson, 40, of Aberdeen, Ohio, was also charged with eight counts of arson with seven first-degree felonies and the other a second-degree felony.
According to the indictment, it was on or about December 1 that Adamson allegedly “by means of fire or explosion” caused damage to the Millston apartments, resulting in a charge of arson on the second degree for damaging an occupied structure. Adamson’s seven counts of first-degree arson are for allegedly creating a substantial risk of serious bodily harm to Bill Blair, Julia Bigelow, Samantha Rutherford, Teresa Coburn, Ralph Fithen, Brenda Bigelow and Tanner Cornell.
Heather Dawn Dunaway, 44, of Aberdeen, was also charged on December 15. Dunaway was charged with two counts of harassment with a bodily substance (fifth-degree felonies) and one count of resisting arrest (second-degree misdemeanor).
According to the indictment, it was on or about November 19, 2021, when Dunaway allegedly caused or attempted to cause law enforcement officers Darren Dickens and Greg Wiliams to come into contact with blood, semen, urine, feces or other body substance by throwing or expelling the substance.
Joshua R. Oetzel, 39, of Bethel, Ohio, was charged with one count of designing a vehicle with a concealed compartment used to transport a controlled substance (second degree felony), one count one count of aggravated drug trafficking (methamphetamine, third- to fifth-degree felony), one count of aggravated drug possession (methamphetamine, fifth-degree felony), one count of possession of a fentanyl-related compound (fifth-degree felony), and one count of drug possession (buprenorphine, fifth degree felony).
Mason Edward Stearns, 29, of Cincinnati, was charged with one count of aggravated drug trafficking (methamphetamine, felony second degree), aggravated drug possession (methamphetamine, felony second degree), heroin trafficking, felony third degree), possession of heroin, third degree felony), trafficking in a fentanyl compound (third degree felony), possession of a fentanyl compound (third degree felony) and once the count of allowing drug abuse (fifth degree felony).
Timothy J. Roberts, 35, of Maysville, has been charged with one count of illegally transporting drugs on the grounds of a specified government facility (third degree felony) and aggravated drug possession (methamphetamine, fifth degree felony).
Troy L. Abercrombie, 56, of Maysville, was charged with two counts of driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs as a repeat offender of OVI (fourth degree felonies ).
Serina Lyle, 25, of Sardinia, Ohio, has been charged with one count of possession of a compound related to fentanyl (a fifth degree felony).
Rebecca Craig, 42, of Georgetown, was charged with one count of grand larceny (fourth degree felony), one count of forgery (fifth degree felony) and one count of misuse of a certificate or title (unclassified crime).
Blake Mason Shannon, 24, of Russellville, Ohio, was charged with one count of assault (fourth degree felony) for allegedly causing or attempting to cause harm to Chief Timothy Brookbank on or about June 17, 2021 . He was also charged with aggravated assault. drug possession (methamphetamine, fifth degree felony) and breaking and entering (Souder Towing and Recovery, fifth degree felony).
Michael A. Weatherspoon, 41, of Mount Orab, Ohio, has been charged with two counts of theft (fifth degree felonies) and two counts of theft of a person in a protected class (fourth degree felonies).
Travis Reisinger, 26, of Manchester, Ohio, has been charged with two counts of trafficking methamphetamine (third and fourth degree felonies) and one count of possession of methamphetamine (fifth degree felony).