Jane Beathard email@example.com
January 24, 2014
A Choctaw Lake woman was arraigned Friday, Jan. 24, on identity theft and forgery charges for allegedly using a false name to obtain a nursing job at a London extended care facility.
Danyelle R. Scheurell, 35, 1060 E. Choctaw Dr., is facing one count of forgery and one count of identity theft, stemming from Nov. 25, 2013 incidents at The Madison House on Keny Boulevard. Both charges are fifth-degree felonies.
Madison County Common Pleas Judge Eamon Costello appointed Jennifer Hitt to represent Scheurell at an April 17 trial and released the woman on house arrest with electronic monitoring at the request of assistant prosecutor Nick Adkins.
Adkins said Scheurell uses multiple aliases and is currently in a drug diversion program in Pickaway County for forgery and insurance fraud.
According to Adkins, Scheurell is a former registered nurse. Her license is currently under suspension.
She is accused of using the name and license number of another nurse on a Madison House employment application. Similar information is readily available on the Internet, Adkins said.
Within two days, administrators at The Madison House discovered Scheurell’s deception, fired the woman and contacted authorities, Adkins added.
In other common pleas court arraignments on Friday:
• Tye Fannin, 31, of Grove City, was formally charged with abuse of a corpse, stemming from a Nov. 10, 2013 incident in Pleasant Township.
Fannin is accused of dumping the lifeless body of Bridget Lyna Blaney in a private drive off Woods-Opossum Run Road near McClimansville Cemetery. Authorities believe the 33-year-old Circleville woman died hours earlier of an accidental heroin overdose in a Mt. Sterling-area mobile home park.
Costello appointed Mike Murray to represent Fannin at an April 15 trial and ordered the man held on a $25,000 cash or surety bond. Fannin was released from the Pickaway County Jail on Thursday.
• Danielle E.N. Leming, 29, of London, was charged with trafficking heroin on Sept. 13, 2013. Costello appointed Josh Peistrup to represent Leming at an April 17 trial and released the woman on a signature bond.
• Jerri L. Hollon, 36, of Middletown, was charged with smuggling Suboxone, a heroin substitute, into London Correctional Institution (LoCI) on April 29, 2013.
Costello appointed Thomas Arrington to represent Hollon at an April 17 trial and released the woman on house arrest.
• Terry T. Holt, Jr., 23, an LoCI inmate, was charged with possessing heroin in the prison on Sept. 13, 2013.
Costello appointed the Ohio Public Defender’s Office to represent Holt at an April 15 trial.
Holt is currently serving two years for drug possession in Montgomery County. He is due for release in March 2015
• Abdul Hasan, 36, also an LoCI inmate, was charged with possessing heroin in the prison on Oct. 1, 2013.
The public defender’s office will represent Hasan at an April 15 trial.
Hasan is current serving 3.5 years for drug trafficking and weapons under disability in Hamilton County. He is due for release in May 2015.
• Donovan Cremeens, 27, an LoCI inmate, was charged with possessing Oxycodone in the prison on Nov. 15, 2013. Costello appointed the public defender’s office to represent Cremeens at an April 15 trial.
Cremeens is serving 10 years for aggravated murder and abuse of a corpse in Vinton County. He is due for release in 2016.