May 5, 2016


Grand jury indicts 9

MEDINA — A Medina County grand jury indicted a Doylestown woman Wednesday on seven additional charges related to illegally obtaining prescription drugs.

Darcie L. Layne, 31, initially was indicted May 17 on a single charge of illegal processing of drug documents, a fifth-degree felony, according to court records. Another processing charge was added Wednesday, as well as six charges of deception to obtain a dangerous drug, which also are fifth-degree felonies.

The grand jury indicted eight other people this week:

• Albert R. Orlosky, 28, 925 Marks Road, Apt. A, Brunswick, indicted on three third-degree felonies: domestic violence, abduction and violating a protection order or consent agreement.

• Michael R. Metheney, 28, Vincent Drive, Brunswick, indicted on a third-degree felony count of burglary and two fourth-degree felony counts of theft of drugs. The burglary charge is a separate case from the theft charges.

• Andrew J. Lester, 20, Crab Orchard, W.Va., indicted on an additional count of interference with custody, a fifth-degree felony. He initially was indicted Sept. 6 on a fourth-degree felony count of receiving a stolen motor vehicle, three fifth-degree counts of receiving stolen checks and a fifth-degree felony count of failing to stop after an accident. His trial is set for Nov. 13.

• Myles J. Poole, 19, Massillon, indicted on a count of carrying a concealed weapon, a fourth-degree felony.

• Gregory Daniels, 34, Mansfield, indicted on two fifth-degree felony counts: marijuana trafficking and cocaine possession.

• Cole M. Myers, 19, Akron, indicted on a count of trespassing into someone’s home.

• Michael P. Fields, 48, Cuyahoga Falls, indicted on a fifth-degree felony count of passing bad checks.

• Charles R. Wemmer, 36, 354 Chestnut St., Wadsworth, indicted on a count of possessing cocaine, a fifth-degree felony.

The grand jury meets every other Wednesday. Unless noted, all the accused above are awaiting arraignment.

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Nick Glunt primarily covers courts and crime in Medina County. He served The Gazette from September 2012 to December 2015. Contact him at (330) 721-4048 or via email at

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