Ohio man indicted in Bracken County

Christy Howell-Hoots - choot[email protected]

BROOKSVILLE — An Ohio man has been indictedby a Bracken County grand jury on charges related to distribution of obscene matter to a minor.

Jacob Curtis Paul, 23, was indicted on one count distribution of obscene matter to a minor and one count unlawful use of electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities.

According to the indictment, Paul allegedly used a cellular phone to procure or promote a minor female to engage in prohibited sexual activity. He also allegedly sent inappropriate photos to the minor.

In a separate indictment, Paul was charged with one count custodial interference and one count unlawful transaction with a minor.

David Henry McKenzie II, 50, was indicted on one count second-degree assault and one count second-degree being a persistent felony offender.

According to the indictment, McKenzie allegedly grabbed a woman “by the back of her neck and slammed her face into a wall and door, causing cuts and bruising and dislocating her elbow, and choking her to the point that she lost consciousness.”

Ryan Lee Roberts, 34, was indicted on one count reckless driving, one count failure to wear seat belt, one count failure to use child restraint devices, one count operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license, one count open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, first-degree wanton endangerment and second-degree operating a motor vehicle under the influence.

According to the indictment, McKenzie was allegedly driving a vehicle under the influence with a 2-year-old present in the car.

Others indicted included:

— Shadelle Danielle Woods, 28, on one count second-degree escape.

— Richard Eugene Aulick, 54, on one count public intoxication and one count third-degree assault.

— Evelyn Renee Sharp-Bloomfield, 40, on one count resisting arrest and on count third-degree assault.


Christy Howell-Hoots

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