Rushville Republican

November 1, 2013

Court news


Rushville Republican

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Marriage Applications

Jose M. Orozco Jr., 41, of Milroy and Belishia A. Thompson, 30, of Milroy.

Judgments

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs. The unknown heirs and devisees of Milton Jessup deceased, $12,692.40 judgment plus court cost, interest and $1,500 attorney fees.

Criminal Activity

State of Indiana vs. Allen D. Isaacs on initial charges of intimidation (class “D” felony) and misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and battery. Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Ryan Farley on initial charges of criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon (class “D” felony and disorderly conduct (class “B” misdemeanor). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Natasha L. Hinesley on initial charges of identity deception (class “D” felony) and false informing (class “B”misdemeanor). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Garrett McDonald on initial charges of breaking and entering a dwelling of another person (class “B” felony), residential entry (class “D” felony) and resisting law enforcement (class “A” misdemeanor). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Sonya C. Forbes on a class “D” felony charge of theft. Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

SUPERIOR COURT

Judgments

Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Company vs. Benjamin W. Brewer, $847.04 judgment plus interest.

- vs. Daniel Webb, $1,729.06 judgment plus court cost and interest.

Keaton & Keaton vs. Jeremy Enterkin, $610.03 judgment plus court cost and interest.

Med-1 Solutions LLC vs. Michael A. Gordon, $476.54 judgment plus interest.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Thomas Runnebohm, $1,309.82 judgment plus court cost and interest.

State of Indiana vs. Bobbie K. Smiley, $168 judgment plus interest.

- vs. Brittany M. Young, $168 judgment plus interest.

Criminal Activity

Marriage Decrees

In re the marriage of Chris and Billie Jo Frye, dissolution of marriage decree.

In re the marriage of Teresa and Martin Hunter, dissolution of marriage decree.

In re the marriage of Martin and Robin Jacobs, dissolution of marriage decree.

In re the marriage of Ebony Burrows and Nathan Daugherty, dissolution of marriage decree.

Criminal Activity

State of Indiana versus Brittany M. Young on initial charges of dealing methamphetamine (class “B” felony), possession of methamphetamine (class “D” felony) and possession of two or more chemical regents/precursors with the intent of manufacture a controlled substance (class “D” felony). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Cole R. Maggard on initial charges of trafficking with an inmate (class “C” felony) and possession of marijuana (class “A” misdemeanor). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Michael J. Adams III on an initial charge of operating motor vehicle while intoxicated with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body. Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge.

- vs. Nicholas B. Daugherty on an initial charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .15 percent or greater. Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge.

- vs. Jessica L. Hensel on initial misdemeanor charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and OWI with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent or greater. Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. Bobbie K. Smiley on initial charges of residential entry (class “D” felony) and possession of a schedule I, II, III or IV controlled substance (class “D” felony). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).

- vs. James M. Mosely Jr. on initial multiple charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a passenger under the age of 18 in the vehicle (class “D” felony), operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .15 percent or greater (class “A” misdemeanor) and failure to stop at the scene of an accident resulting in non-vehicle damage (class “B” misdemeanor). Guilty by admission of guilt or accepted plea agreement to unspecified charge(s).