Fridays' Ross County Grand Jury forwarded all 13 of their cases, with five open.
Among them is a case of a Doppelgänger. According to the Ross County Prosecutor's Office, on September 5th a trooper responded to a two-vehicle crash on Liberty Hill Road.
A resident on the road, 34-year-old Daymien Lee Campell gave identification and signed papers at the scene - but pretended to be his twin brother.
Later, the trooper got a tip that Campbell was bragging about succeeding at that. So he was indicted for fifth degree felonies of identity fraud and forgery, and could get up to a year and a $2,500 fine.
Another case is a new news about a prison guard in trouble with the law (separate from yesterday's news about a CCI officer selling drugs).
According to the Ross County Prosecutor's Office, the Ohio Highway Patrol learned from an inmate that 42-year-old Ross Correctional Institute officer Jerry A. Willliamson, Jr. was selling drugs in the prison.
Two days later, on August 25th, in a meeting at the East Main Street McDonald's, Willliamson accepted a thousand dollars and 186 Suboxone strips from an undercover officer...whereupon he was arrested.
For third degree felonies of bribery and illegal conveyance, he could get up to five years and a $10,000 fine.