Grand Rapids woman indicted for endangering child | News

A Grand Rapids woman was charged with causing serious physical harm to an infant in her care.

On Wednesday, a Wood County grand jury indicted Alysa Nicole Long, 29, of child endangerment, a third degree felony and aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony.

She is accused of creating a significant risk to the health and safety of an 11 month old child on September 24th. Serious physical harm was caused to the child as a result of the actions. She was also allegedly found in possession of oxycodone / acetaminophen.

Lawrence Emory Payne, 68, Perrysburg, on charges of non-registration, a second degree felony. He was convicted in 2016 of illegally using a minor in nudity material or performances and inciting sexually oriented matters involving a minor. He had to register as a Level II sex offender, which he had to register every 180 days for 25 years. He reportedly violated probation by failing to register a change of address. He’s in jail on a $ 20,000 bond.

Steven Mathew Mendieta, 45, Portage, for driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, combination of substance abuse, a fourth degree crime. On September 22, police reportedly passed out in a moving vehicle on the 1200 block of West Wooster Street. EMS came and carried him out of his vehicle onto a stretcher. He was taken to the hospital and a vehicle inventory found a partially 750 ml bottle of Absolut Lime vodka and an almost empty 750 ml bottle of Orloff vodka. For the past 10 years he has pleaded guilty to OVI in Wood and Lucas Counties.

Clayton D. Pryor, 21, of Bowling Green, for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a fourth degree crime. From September 7th to 29th, he was accused of having behaved sexually with a 15-year-old.

Wayne Lamon Ellis, 49, Rossford, on charges of domestic violence, a fourth degree felony. He is charged with punching and injuring a member of the household in the mouth on October 19 at a hotel on Buck Road. In July he pleaded guilty to domestic violence in Perrysburg court.

Carl Robert Henry, 48, of Northwood and currently in jail for criminal damage or exposure, a second degree crime, and theft and possession of criminal tools, both fifth degree crimes. He is charged with removing four catalytic converters from vehicles at a Woodville Road dealership without consent. He is said to have entered the property without consent for the alleged October 25 offense. The vehicles were at the dealership for repairs, so the owner will have to pay to replace the systems, which costs approximately $ 3,200. Henry was reportedly identified by surveillance cameras showing him walking to a neighboring motel while holding a converter.

Joseph Franklin Dimasso, 37, Walbridge, on charges of stalking threats, a fourth degree felony, and extortion, a third degree felony. From October 1st to October 31st, he was charged with engaging in a pattern of behavior that led the alleged victim to believe that he was causing her physical pain or psychological distress. According to court records, he has a history of violence against the alleged victim. During this time, he is also accused of exposing that person to hatred, contempt, ridicule, or damaging their reputation.

Co-defendants Jeremy Renaldo Harris, 33, and Adonis Grundy, 31, both of Detroit, on charges of money laundering, a third degree crime, and possession of criminal tools, a fifth degree crime. On August 20, they allegedly attempted a transaction aimed at corrupt activity and were found with $ 26,723 with intent to use it for criminal purposes. The money will be forfeited if found guilty of the charges.

Terri Anne Wright, 24, of Reynoldsburg, for possession of cocaine, a fifth-degree crime. The alleged crime occurred on August 10.

Dajuan Taro Elijah Mann, 24, of Newport, Michigan, for failing to obey an order or signal from a police officer, a third degree crime. On September 13th, he was charged with fleeing the police after receiving a visual signal to stop.

Taylor Marqueeta Lashone, 31, of Warren, Michigan, for improper use of firearms in a motor vehicle, a fourth degree crime. On April 20, he was charged with carrying a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle that the operator or a passenger could access without leaving the vehicle.

Garrick C. Fetters, 38, of Vanceburg, Kentucky and currently in jail for interfering with official business, a fifth degree crime; Failure to obey an order or signal from a police officer, a third degree crime; aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree crime; and driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, a combination of substance abuse, a first degree crime. On October 22, Fetters is accused of fleeing state troops at high speed, of having got off the road and causing a traffic accident under the influence of drugs. A search of his person is said to have found seven oxycodone hydrochloride pills. He’s in jail for $ 92,500.

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