LEBANON — A Warren County grand jury returned indictments on 14 people, including one individual who is charged with his sixth drunken driving offense and a nurse who was stealing medication from a nursing home patient, the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday, June 21.
Brandie Ramsey, 32, of Sawmill Circle in Lebanon, faces one felony count of theft of drugs and two felony counts of illegal processing of drug documents, according to the prosecutor’s office. While working at the Cedar Village retirement community in Mason, Ramsey was stealing Oxycodone from a resident there to support a drug habit, said Matt Nolan, assistant prosecutor. If convicted, Ramsey faces a sentence of two years in prison for each count.
Justin Stephens, 31, of Blanchester, is facing charges after his sixth arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, according to the prosecutor’s office. Stephens was pulled over for having a license plate light out and because metal on the rear passenger side was dragging on the pavement, causing sparks, Nolan said. Stephens, whose first drunken driving arrest dates back to 1996, had a blood alcohol level of 0.178 percent, Nolan said. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of two years in prison.
Sabir A. Saklayen, 27, of Centerville, is charged with misdemeanor operating a vehicle under the influence and vandalism, according to the prosecutor’s office. Saklayen was stopped on Interstate 75 by the Ohio Highway Patrol and was put under arrest; once inside the cruiser, Saklayen kicked out one of the rear windows, causing $500 in damages, Nolan said.
Danny J. Wilson, 21, of the 800 block of Harvard Drive in Lebanon, is charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, according to the prosecutor’s office. Between March and May 2009 and again in May 2010, authorities said Wilson allegedly engaged in a sexual relationship with a female under the age of 15 in the village of Harveysburg. Wilson met the alleged victim on a social networking website; the relationship was reported to police by the girl’s parents, Nolan said. If convicted, Wilson could be sentenced to two years in prison and be required to follow restrictions as required by sex offender’s status.