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Mansfield Man Indicted On 13 Counts

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  Original Published: 7/31/2009

A Mansfield man was indicted by a Richland County Grand Jury on 13 counts, including two counts of felonious assault and criminal use of an explosive device.

Seph Valentine, 26, is accused of making at least two homemade bombs, one found by a little girl on her way to school.  He also reportedly pulled a knife on a police officer on May 13 after he left O'Charley's Restaurant in Ontario.

The Grand Jury also indicted Bryan Mobley, 46, for attempted aggravated murder, attempted murder, kidnapping and other charges related to a June 18 incident at his ex-wife's Piper Road apartment.  He is accused of breaking into the apartment and shooting Deborah Tolley, 44, once in the abdomen after being distraught over the couple's divorce.

   
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