Briefly, Dec. 13
Woman charged with aggravated burglary
A Fostoria woman has been accused of entering a residence without permission and assaulting a woman.
Renee A. Marshall, 21, was charged with aggravated burglary, a first-degree felony, according to Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court records.
Marshall allegedly entered 134 Fourth St., Fostoria, by force and without permission and assaulted a woman by pulling her off the couch by her hair and strangling her, court records state.
Man’s community control extended
A Fostoria man’s community control was extended during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom.
Kelbley found Jordan John Fuller, 22, violated the terms of his community control and extended Fuller’s three years of community control by an additional two years, court records state.
Fuller must undergo counseling, substance abuse rehabilitation and/or treatment as determined necessary and enter and complete a treatment program at CROSSWAEH.
He also must be evaluated and complete a substance abuse rehabilitation program and mental health rehabilitation program through Rigel Recovery Services as directed by Adult Parole Authority, court records state.
Several people were indicted by a Seneca County grand jury.
Brittain A. Marker, 19, of Tiffin, was charged with arson, a fourth-degree felony.
Marker allegedly, by means of fire, caused or created a substantial risk of physical harm to an unoccupied structure, according to his indictment.
Adam L. Barto, 32, of New Riegel, was charged with two counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, both fourth-degree felonies, court records state.
Lei Anna Stahl, 33, of Tiffin, was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony.
Hopewell Township trustees plan special meeting
Hopewell Township Board of Trustees is to have a special meeting at 4 p.m. today at the Township Office, 5281 W. TR 112.
Hopewell Township Fiscal Officer Amanda Bodart said the purpose of the meeting is to discuss a grant application before the grant application deadline.
Tebeau earns designation
Robert Tebeau, a winemaker at Chateau Tebeau Winery, 525 SR 635, Helena, has announced his 2016 Cabernet Franc, a dry, red wine, has earned the designation of Ohio Quality Wine as judged in November.
The OQW program is only open to Ohio wines that are produced with at least 90 percent Ohio-grown grapes and which have passed sensory and chemical analysis, according to a release.
The OQW program was established in 2007 by the Ohio Grape Industries Committee and the Viticulture and Enology program at the Ohio State University Agricultural research and Development Center, the release states. The program enables consumers to easily identify Ohio’s premier quality wines, it states.