Grand jury indicts man accused of threats against TU
A Seneca County grand jury indicted a Michigan man accused of making threats against Tiffin University.
Reginald A. Morrissette Jr., 27, of Detroit, was charged with inducing panic, a second-degree felony; making terroristic threats, a third-degree felony; and three counts of aggravated menacing, all first-degree misdemeanors.
TU staff reported receiving a phone call at Friedley Hall, 18 S. Sandusky St., with the caller threatening to blow up the performing arts building and to set the building on fire and that he had a silenced gun he intended to use to shoot people, court records state.
The incident was Sept. 25.
Morrissette was served with the indictment by a Seneca County Sheriff’s Office deputy Thursday afternoon.
Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley is to oversee the case.
Separately, Francisco Rodriquez-Anaya, 57, of Bettsville, was charged with gross sexual imposition, a third-degree felony.
He allegedly had sexual contact with a boy younger than 13 years old July 21, according to his indictment.
Rodriquez-Anaya was served with the indictment by a Seneca County Sheriff’s Office deputy Friday afternoon.
Separately, Jeremy M. Gillen, 20, of Fostoria, was charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a fourth-degree felony, according to court records.
He allegedly engaged in sexual conduct with a 14-year-old girl Sept. 22, according to court records.
Gillen was served with the indictment by a Seneca County Sheriff’s Office deputy Thursday afternoon.
Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff is to preside over the case.