Kingston Man Indicted for April Stabbing

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A Kingston man has been indicted by the Ross County Grand Jury following a stabbing that took place in Kingston in mid April.

Azariah C.M. Rosenberger, 20, of Kingston, has been indicted on a single second degree felony count of Felonious Assault.

Rosenberger is accused of stabbing a 32-year-old male subject during an argument between himself and his younger bother on April 14th at a home located a 7 Warren Drive.

The victim suffered a single stab wound to his lower back and was taken to Berger Hospital for treatment. The victim had been attempting to intervene in the situation when was he was stabbed.

The argument is believed to have occurred over a statement made by defendant’s younger brother on social media.

If convicted, Rosenberger faces a possible jail sentence of up to 8 years and a $15,000 fine.


Other indictments handed down Friday include:


Angela Bechie, 19, of Chillicothe - indicted on a first degree felony count of Aggravated Burglary.

Bechie is accused of illegally entering a home in the 800-block of Adams Avenue on January 22nd and assaulting a female resident.

According to Chillicothe Police, the victim stated she heard a loud pounding on the front door of the home, and when she answered, she was pushed inside the home by Bechie and struck in the face and chest, before being shoved into a television and entertainment stand.

Bechie is then said to have fled the home, threatening the victim that she would return.

The assault is alleged to have occurred over a statement made by the victim on social media.

If convicted, Bechie faces a possible 11 years in prison with a $20,000


Ryan L. Pollock, 37, of Greenfield - indicted on a single count each of Receiving Stolen Property and Improper Handling of a Firearm in a Motor Vehicle, both fourth degree felonies.

Pollock was arrested on March 22nd after he was found trespassing at a residence located at 9298 State Route 138.

According to the Ross County Sheriff’s Office, a couple of deputies were dispatched to  the home after receiving a call from a concerned neighbor that two suspicious vehicles were parked on the property while the homeowner was away.

The deputies arrived and found Pollock sitting in the driver’s seat of a Cadillac, as well as two females and another male in a separate vehicle.

The four told the deputies they knew the homeowner but could provide no information as to the homeowner’s identity.

Pollock was found to be wanted on an active warrant and was taken into custody. He then informed officers that there was a loaded handgun in the car he was in, which was found wedged between the driver’s seat and the vehicle’s center console.

The weapon was found to have been reported stolen and Pollock was subsequently charged.

He faces up to 18 months and a fine of $5,000 if convicted.


Kyra S. Silcott, 40, of Chillicothe - indicted on a single fourth degree felony count of Receiving Stolen Property.

According to Chillicothe Police, a female victim reported that her Saturn Outllook had been stolen from her residence in the 200-block of East Water Street on April 13th.

The vehicle was later spotted by a CPD officer on April 15th heading south on S. Paint Street. A stop was conducted and the driver, Silcott, admitted she did not have permission to use the vehicle and that she had got the car from someone she did not know.

Silcott could be sentenced to up to 18 months with a $5,000 fine if convicted.


Caroline B. Madden, 34, of Chillicothe - indicted on a single count each Theft and Possession of Criminal Tools, both fifth degree felonies.

Madden is accused of attempting to shoplift $1037.46 worth of merchandise from the Chillicothe Kohls on April 3rd.

Madden is reported to have passed all points of sale with the items and was stopped by loss prevention.

The investigating officer noticed a bulge in the Madden’s shirt which turned out to be merchandise from the store.

Additional merchandise and a pair of wire cutters Madden admitted to using to remove tags from the items were found in a backpack belonging to Madden.

If convicted, Madden faces up to 12 months incarceration and a fine of $2,500


Angel D. Wood, 30, of Chillicothe -  indicted on a single fourth degree felony count of Receiving Stolen Property.

A Ross County Sheriff’s Deputy was dispatched to 1202 Massieville Road on February 20th and was informed by a female victim that she had left the keys to her Pontiac Aztek inside the vehicle when arriving home, and noticed the car missing from her driveway a short while later.

The vehicle was later spotted at a home at 180 Rozelle Creek Road. The investigating deputy found Wood standing at the rear of the stolen vehicle. She informed the officer that she had obtained the car from a man only identified as Clyde and the she had used it to run some errands.

Wood could be sentenced to up to 18 months with a fine of $5,000 in convicted.

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