More from Ross County Grand Jury

The Ross County Grand Jury returned 28 of their 29 cases Friday, with five open.  Here's two more, according to the Ross County Prosecutor's Office.  

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On February 13th a resident of Monroe Avenue said she returned home to encountered her separated husband inside the unlocked door.  

Her son, who was upstairs and did not know the husband was there, rushed down and separated them, shutting him outside.  The husband then kicked open the door and assaulted the wife in the bathroom. 

43-year-old Eric J. Kinsel of 740 East Fourth Street was indictment for aggravated burglary because he re-entered the residence for the assault.  

He could get up to 11 years and $20,000 in fines. 

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In November, a resident on Dexter Road near Frankfort reported that his son had opened their gun safe in a pole barn for the first time in months...and found that all 26 guns valued at about $30,000 were missing. 

The father suspected his daughter, who has a history of drug use.  A Sheriff's detective ran a search for pawned firearms, and found her registered for the sale of a single gun at Frank's Pawn Shop July 3rd.  

Though she is listed as homeless, 39-year-old Allison A. Freeman had used her home address. 

For a fourth degree felony indictment for receiving stolen property, she could get up to 18 months and $5,000 in fines.  

She also has another case pending.


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