A NEW YEAR,
RENEWED APPRECIATION

FROM YOUR PROSECUTOR

It's hard to believe it's already 2017, AND that we're already at the end of February!

Time sure flies by. Of course, the work of the court never stops, and law enforcement are on duty 24/7. Before too much more time slips away, I'd like to take a moment to thank our law enforcement community for the fantastic work they do every minute of every day. 

I look forward to continuing to work closely with law enforcement this year and to serving our outstanding Delaware community. Let's make it a great, wonderful, and safe year!
  
Above: Wearing blue to show support and appreciation for law enforcement
 

Ashley Man Indicted On Attempted Aggravated Murder/Arson Charges 

Christopher M. Richardson, 26, was indicted after officials were called to a house fire the morning of January 28, 2017.
 
“The home was engulfed in flames,” said Delaware County Prosecutor, Carol O’Brien. “A woman who had been inside the home was transported to Ohio State University Hospital." 

Richardson, who lived in the home with his mother, was apprehended later that day.
 

Delaware Man Indicted For
Felonious Assault/Kidnapping
 

In the early morning hours of February 5, 2017, a Delaware Police Officer was flagged down by a woman in the area of North Houk Road and West Central Avenue. The woman was in was in need of medical care and transported to Grady Hospital.

After investigation, 48-year-old Roger Madison was charged with felonious assault, kidnapping, domestic violence, and aggravated menacing.
 
If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse and needs help, contact law enforcement. Turning Point serves local domestic violence victims. They can be reached at 1-800-232-6505.
 

Fatal Crash Results In Indictment   

A Delaware County Grand Jury has returned an indictment against 64-year-old Mark C. Noonan of Kilbourne, Ohio. Noonan is the driver of a car that crashed into a semi on December 15, 2016.
 
“All three people in the car were mechanically extricated,” said Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien. “Noonan and a female, front seat passenger were transported for medical care. The male, rear seat passenger, 43-year-old Kristian Halley of Delaware, was deceased at the scene.”
 
Noonan is charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  
 

Repeat OVI Offender Indicted
After Hit/Skip Crash

An eight-count indictment was returned against 46-year-old Mark H. Holbrook of Lewis Center. Charges come after a January 23 crash in the area of US 23 and Meadow Park Avenue.

On scene, law enforcement observed a white 2005 Nissan Maxima SL with heavy front end damage and deployed air bags. Witnesses reported another vehicle involved in the crash, a gray van, had fled the scene. Law enforcement located the 2008 Chevrolet van, and its driver, Mark Holbrook, at his residence.  
 
Holbrook is charged with aggravated vehicular assault, OVI, stopping after an accident on public roads, and driving under OVI suspension.  
 

Trial Date Set For Chiropractor
Indicted On Child Porn Charges

The trial date for Dr. David T. Ryan, of Lewis Center, has been set for May 9, 2017. The Columbus chiropractor is indicted on 82 counts involving child pornography.

 

Couple Indicted On 54 Counts
For Cemetery Scheme

A Delaware County Grand Jury has returned a 54-count indictment against 53-year-old Theodore Martin and 46-year-old Arminda Martin of Ravenna, Ohio.

“There are 44 victims named in the indictment,” said Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien. “They describe purchasing items such as grave markers, grave plots, and vaults, all of which were never provided after payment.”


Delaware Man Indicted
After Chase Bank Robbery

Law enforcement received a robbery in progress call on February 17 for the Chase Bank located on Sandusky Street.

“The caller reported a man, dressed in black, had demanded money,” said Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien. “It was also reported that the man held a patron at knifepoint.”
  
Cintron is charged with robbery and kidnapping.

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017


CONTACT US


OFFICE OF DELAWARE COUNTY
PROSECUTOR CAROL O'BRIEN

140 NORTH SANDUSKY STREET
P.O. BOX 8006
DELAWARE, OH 43015
(740) 833-2690
E-mail: delcoprosecutor@co.delaware.oh.us
Web: www.co.delaware.oh.us/prosecutor
 

Congratulations

Prosecutor Carol O'Brien was recognized by the Delaware County Commissioners after being named Ohio Prosecutor of the Year by the OPAA. Way to go!  
 

Meet Our Intern!

Evan is from DACC. He took part in our human trafficking awareness campaign by holding our coalition sign, which was posted on social media. Thanks Evan, and welcome!

Meet Our Shadow!

Greta is shadowing Kate Munger, an Assistant Prosecutor in our Juvenile Division. Greta hopes to learn about juvenile and adult law during her day of shadowing. She is visiting us from Metro Early College High School. Welcome!

Meet Our Intern! 
 

Camryn is interning with us from the Olentangy Academy.

Camryn said she wanted to explore what it meant to be a prosecutor so she could decide if it’s for her. Great plan, Camryn. We know whatever you do, you will be successful. Welcome!

Out And About!

Top: Berkshire Middle School parents invite Prosecutor O'Brien to talk about cyber security and their children.

Middle: Our Victim Services Unit participates in the Ohio Wesleyan University Community Day!

Bottom: Prosecutor O'Brien speaks with Westerville South High School students about the law.
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