Indictments recently unsealed include:
• George F. Carter, 49, 548 Spruce St., Gallipolis, has been charged with one count felony domestic violence for allegedly causing physical harm to a family or household member on or about May 17. Carter had been previously convicted of a domestic violence offense in Gallipolis Municipal Court.
Carter pled not guilty to to the charge and was released on his own recognizance under a $10,000 bond with an additional bond set at $1,000 ten percent secured.
His jury trial is scheduled for July 30 at 9 a.m.
• Katrina Toles, 21, 381 Buck Ridge Road, Apartment 48, Bidwell, has been charged with one count each assaulting a peace officer and harassment with bodily substance.
Count one alleges that on or about May 15, Toles knowingly caused or attempted to cause physical harm to Gallia County Sheriff’s Deputy Nathan Harvey, a peace officer, while in the performance of his official duties.
According to count two, it is alleged that on the same date, Toles, being a person confined in a detention facility with intent to harass, annoy, threaten, or alarm another person, knowingly caused or attempted to cause Harvey to come into contact with blood, semen, urine, feces, or another bodily substance by expelling the bodily substance upon him.
Toles pled not guilty to the charges and was released on her own recognizance under a $15,000 bond with an additional bond set at $1,000 ten percent secured.
Her jury trial is scheduled for Nov. 19 at 9 a.m.
Cases recently dismissed include:
• The case of Melvin J. Keaton, 30, Magnetic Springs, has been dismissed for the reason that he is in compliance with regulatory requirements. He had been charged with failure to register as he is a Tier III registered sex offender.
• The case of Scott A. McGuire, 41, 108 Locust St., Gallipolis, was dismissed for the reason that the state no longer wishes to pursue the matter. McGuire had been charged with harassment by an inmate in 2006.
• The case of Denver E. Spencer Jr., 42, Apartment 58, 381 Buck Ridge Road, Bidwell, has been dismissed at the request of the complaining witness. He had been charged with felonious assault for allegedly harming or attempting harm a man with an aluminum baseball bat in 2005.
• The case of Brian E. Angell, 29, 14662 Ohio 160, Vinton, has been dismissed for the reason that he pled to a companion charge in Gallipolis Municipal Court. He had been charged with breaking and entering.
• The case of Keon L. Smith, 30, 426 Railroad St., Gallipolis, has been dismissed for the reason that further investigation is necessary in this case. Smith had been charged with having weapons under disability.