The defendant, Tony Alexander Pittard Jr., has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Laundering a monetary instrument — on or about Sept. 8, in Lake County did transport funds, to wit: approximately $9,000 knowing that the funds involved in the transportation represent the proceeds of some form, though not necessarily which form, of unlawful activity, to wit: unlawful delivery of oxycodone, and knowing that the transportation was designed, in whole or in part, to conceal or disguise the nature, location, source, ownership or control of the proceeds of unlawful activity or avoid a transaction reporting requirement under federal law. 2. Unlawful manufacturing/delivery of a schedule II controlled substance — on or about Sept. 8, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly manufacture/deliver oxycodone, a schedule II controlled substance. 3. Giving false information to a peace officer — on or about Sept. 8, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly use or give to a peace officer a false or fictitious name, address or date of birth for the purpose of the officer’s arresting defendant on a warrant. 4. Criminal forfeiture — it is alleged that the property described below is an instrumentality, instrumentalities or proceeds of past prohibited conduct, consisting of the delivery of oxycodone, such conduct being similar to one or more of the crimes alleged in count two, and therefore, that the following property is subject to forfeiture to the State of Oregon: $9,000 in United States currency.
The defendant, John Terrence Trauth, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence — on or about Sept. 30, in Lake County, did unlawfully and recklessly cause serious physical injury to JT, and at the time of the commission of the offense, defendant knew the above name victim was pregnant. 2. Assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence — on or about Sept. 30 in Lake County, did unlawfully and recklessly cause physical injury to JT. 3. Criminal mistreatment in the first degree — on or about Sept. 30 in Lake County, in violation of a legal duty to provide care for JT, a dependent person, did unlawfully and knowingly cause physical injury to JT. 4. Harassment — on or about Sept. 30 in Lake County, did unlawfully and intentionally harass or annoy JT by subjecting JT to offensive physical contact.