Kuhn said indictments were filed Wednesday morning on Joshua R. Kessinger, 21, and Brian D. Baldridge, 23, both of 2209 Robinson Ave. in the death of Garrett Maloney, 19, of South Webster, whose body was found in a sewer manhole on May 1.
Both were indicted on two counts of aggravated murder, both involving the death of Maloney, one for prior calculation and design and one for aggravated felony murder (purposely causing the death of Garrett Maloney while committing a robbery); one count each of murder (causing the death of Garrett Maloney while committing felonious assault); a count each of felonious assault; one count each of robbery; four counts each of tampering with evidence; and a firearm specification.
“They will be set for arraignment probably in the next couple of weeks,” Kuhn said. “Then we will ask for a pre-trial date and a trial date.”
Kuhn said Jared Mosley, 36, of Lucasville entered a no guilty plea May 20 on multiple charges, including rape and gross sexual imposition involving two children. It was set for a pre-trial on May 27, and he filed a waiver of the right to a speedy trial, and the case not been rescheduled.
His wife, Stephanie K. Mosley 37, also of Lucasville, arrested by the Scioto County Sheriff’s Office, has not yet been set for arraignment.
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