NEWCOMERSTOWN — A Newcomerstown woman and a Dover man are being held on $1 million bonds on charges of complicity to commit aggravated robbery arising from a shooting Wednesday in Oxford Township that wounded a 17-year-old boy.

The bonds were set Friday by Magistrate Jason Jackson in the Southern District of Tuscarawas County Court for Ian A. Cultrona, 35, and Samantha S. Owen, 28. Preliminary hearings for both are scheduled for Thursday.

Warrants for aggravated robbery have been issued for Douglas M. Casteel, 29, of West Lafayette, and Lucian A. Lambes, 22, according to Tuscarawas County Sheriff Orvis Campbell.

"Casteel and Lambes should be considered armed and dangerous," Campbell said. "Both have a history of violent behavior involving weapons and are known drug users."

Anyone with more information is asked to call Detective Adam Fisher or Detective Lt. Jeff Moore at the sheriff’s office, 330-339-2000.

Wednesday afternoon’s robbery and shooting resulted from an apparent drug deal, according to the sheriff.

The 17-year-old, who was shot in his finger and his leg, was a passenger in one of the vehicles used by the participants who met on Liberty Road southeast of Newcomerstown in Oxford Township. The boy’s injuries are not considered life-threatening.

Nancy Molnare is a staff writer for The Times-Reporter.