On Friday, a West Virginia woman was indicted in Ross County on a pair of felony charges. According to Todd Bost, an investigator with the Ross County Prosecutor's Office, Dreanna A. Brown, 20, is accused of arriving at a S. Sugar Street residence on February 21, 2020, pistol whipping the male resident, holding a firearm to his neck, and threatening to shoot him while another person stole guns from the home.
Brown has been charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault.
Others indicted on unrelated charges, Friday, include:
- Wesley D. Caplinger, 18, of Chillicothe, for having weapons while under disability and improper handling a firearm in a motor vehicle;
- Jeffrey L. Stanley, 34, of Londonderry, for receiving stolen property;
- Zachary C. Cunningham, 31, of Chillicothe, for burglary;
- Stephen M. Spencer, 29, of Chillicothe, for receiving stolen property, carrying concealed weapons, and improper handling a firearm in a motor vehicle;
- John D. Nesser, Jr., 37, of Chillicothe, for complicity to felonious assault.
All told, the Ross County Grand Jury returned 12 indictments, Friday; 6 were open, according to Bost.