April 20, 2014

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Mother charged with attempted murder

MEDINA — A Medina County grand jury this week indicted a 31-year-old Medina woman accused of trying to kill her 6-year-old son with a pillow last month.

Terry J. Boyle, of 516 N. State Road, Apt. N7, is charged with attempted murder and felonious assault. The charges are first- and second-degree felonies punishable by 19 or more years in prison.

Terry Boyle

According to police, Boyle told a counselor July 18 at Solutions Behavioral Healthcare in Medina that she felt “homicidal” toward her child.

Police were called to transport her to Medina Hospital for evaluation. She was arrested that day.

According to the indictment, the woman attempted to kill her son earlier that day with a pillow.

Boyle has no previous record in Medina County Common Pleas Court or Medina Municipal Court.

She has been free on 10 percent of a $500,000 bond and is scheduled to enter a plea in Judge James L. Kimbler’s courtroom Aug. 29.

Eight other people were indicted Wednesday:

David Troutman

• A 24-year-old convicted drug trafficker was charged with rape and kidnapping.

David S. Troutman, of 388 W. Union St., Apt. 8, Medina, faces up to 22 years in prison if convicted of the two first-degree felonies.

Troutman was convicted in county Common Pleas Court last year after pleading guilty to trafficking in oxycodone, oxymorphone and hydromorphone. He was sentenced to 90 days of home arrest, 24 hours of community service and three years of probation.

He is being held at the county jail without bond and will enter a plea in Kimbler’s court Aug. 22.

• A 19-year-old convicted burglar and an 18-year-old man were charged in connection with another burglary.

Michael L. Kenny, of 525 Birch Hill Drive, Apt. B5, Medina, and Nathan S. Thibault, of 6311 Ryan Road, Lafayette Township, are accused of complicity to commit burglary, a third-degree felony punishable by three or more years in prison.

Kenny and Thibault are accused of aiding or abetting in a burglary in the 900 block of Wimbledon Drive, Medina.

Kenny was convicted last year of burglary and receiving a stolen vehicle. Thibault has no previous record in county courts.

Thibault will enter a plea in Common Pleas Judge Christopher J. Collier’s court Monday and Kenny will be arraigned in Kimbler’s court Thursday.

Both are held at the county jail — Kenny on $50,000 bond and Thibault on $25,000.

• A 39-year-old Medina man was charged with attacking someone with a baseball bat.

Randall T. Bolt, of 955 N. Huntington St., was charged with second-degree felonious assault, punishable by up to eight years in prison.

Bolt has no previous record in county courts.

He’s free on 10 percent of a $40,000 bond, and will enter a plea in Kimbler’s court Aug. 29.

• A 27-year-old Spencer man was charged with breaking into a building in Wadsworth.

Brandon A. Gaugler, of 110 S. Main St., was charged with burglary, a third-degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

Gaugler is accused of breaking into a building in the 100 block of Valleyview Drive on Aug. 1.

He was charged with marijuana trafficking last year, but entered the county drug court program to seek drug treatment.

Gaugler is being held in the county jail on $40,000 bond and will enter a plea in Collier’s court on Monday.

• A 44-year-old Medina man was charged with domestic violence.

Joderrick L. Golden’s charge is a third-degree felony because he’s had previous convictions of domestic violence.

Golden, no address reported, has no other felony record in Medina County.

He’s being held at the county jail on $40,000 bond, and will enter a plea Aug. 22 in Kimbler’s court.

• A convicted thief is accused of stealing more than $1,000 worth of property.

Jacob L. Shroyer, 20, of 1466 S. Carpenter Road, Brunswick, was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony punishable by up to a year in prison.

Last year, he was convicted of stealing from the elderly or disabled.

He’s being held at the county jail on $10,000 bond and will enter a plea in Collier’s court Monday.

• A 21-year-old Medina woman was charged with stealing.

Brittani M. Carpenter, of 1029 Sugarhouse Drive, is accused of theft and passing bad checks, fifth-degree felonies punishable by up to a year each in prison.

Carpenter has no previous record in Medina County and will enter a plea in Collier’s court on Aug. 26.

A grand jury meets every other Wednesday to issue indictments. The jury will convene again on Aug. 21.

Contact reporter Nick Glunt at (330) 721-4048 or nglunt@medina-gazette.com.

  • Guest

    The story on Terry J Boyle the prosecutor counselor detectives all twisted this to their favor get the facts while she is in a sober state of mind without being drugged out cause she flipped out all because she has anxiety attacks and was scared what was going to happen to her and her kids cause her whole life flashed before her eyes. Her life has been a pure living hell and nightmare. I am suing this news paper for ruining my name and the county for ruining me.

  • Terry Lynn Hollingsworth

    The story on Terry J Boyle the prosecutor counselor detectives all twisted this to their favor get the facts while she is in a sober state of mind without being drugged out cause she flipped out all because she has anxiety attacks and was scared what was going to happen to her and her kids cause her whole life flashed before her eyes. Her life has been a pure living hell and nightmare. I am suing this news paper for ruining her name and the county for ruining her.

  • Terry Lynn Hollingsworth

    Make everything worse then it is cause you don’t have the facts, it is a miracle she is not getting the death penalty for something she did not do whole other side of this story. But the media will ruin her name like mud they don’t care. I hope she sues the whole county of Medina. She so bad you should post it on posters and bill boards murderer on the lose, she has never in her life been in trouble.

  • Terry Lynn Hollingsworth

    Nick Glunt you are a jerk for putting this on here she did not do what you printed liars