Springfield woman accused of trying to bribe court witness

A Clark County grand jury has indicted a Springfield woman for allegedly offering to pay a witness to not testify in court.

Loretta Adams, 56, of 424 Lyle Ave., was faces one charge of felony bribery, according to court records.

Adams allegedly offered to pay a witness in an ongoing aggravated burglary case to not come to testify in front of a grand jury in the case, Clark County Prosecutor Andy Wilson said.

That burglary case is still ongoing, Wilson said.

Adams is scheduled to appear in a Clark County Common Pleas court Thursday afternoon for her arraignment.

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Clark County Prosecutor Andy Wilson reports the Clark County grand jury met Monday and also returned the following indictments:

Julien Lamar Williams, 20, 1508 Clifton Ave.: Having weapons under disability, improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.

Lindsay Thomas Cade III, 48, Columbus, Ohio: Receiving stolen property.

Robert Windle, 49: Assault.

Steven Allen Masters, 23, 759 Farlow St.: Failure to comply with order or signal of police officer.

Kyle Bonaparte, 19, 21 W. Euclid Ave.: Improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.

Jacob Mathew Thurnau, 32, 1780 Buck Creek Lane: Domestic violence.

Timothy Allen Adkins, 30, 1527 W. Main St.: Abduction, attempted rape, domestic violence, disrupting public service.

Bill Lee Seagraves, 29: Abduction, aggravated menacing.

Danial Roseman, 34, Xenia, Ohio: Burglary, forgery.

Howard Matthew Isley, 49, 910 S. Limestone St.: Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs (two counts).

Bobby Lee Alcorn, 29, 2832 Oletha Ave.: Aggravated burglary, burglary, intimidation of a witness.

David Seth Alcorn, 21, 2832 Oletha Ave.: Aggravated burglary, burglary, intimidation of a witness.