State of Indiana vs. Wendy Keck on a charge of disorderly conduct (class “B” misdemeanor). Sentenced to Rush County Jail for 180 days (all suspended except two days with credit given for two days). Ordered to pay $100 fine, $164 court cost, $50 public defender fee and probation fees. Placed on formal probation for one years.
— vs. Ronald N. Hughes Jr. on a charge of false informing (class “B” misdemeanor). Sentenced to Rush County Jail for 180 days (all suspended except four days with four days credit given). Ordered to pay $500 fine (all suspended except $100), $164 court cost, $50 administration fee and probation fees. Placed on formal probation for 11 months.
— vs. Anthony Tillison on multiple charges: Count I burglary (class “B” felony), Count II residential entry (class “D” felony), Count VI burglary (class “B” felony), Count VII burglary (class “B” felony), count IX possession of a controlled substance (class “D” felony). Sentenced on to Indiana Department of Correction for 15 years (all suspended except 12 years with 754 days credit given) on each count. Sentences to be served concurrent to Count I. Ordered to pay $165 court cost, $10 administration fee, restitution to victim.
— vs. Joseph P. Aldworth Jr., on a charge of resisting law enforcement (class “A misdemeanor). Sentenced to Rush County Jail for one year (all suspended except 32 days with 32 days credit given). Ordered to pay $500 fine (all suspended), $164 court cost, $50 administration fee, $50 public defender fee and probation fees. Placed on formal probation for 11 months.
— vs. Jeremy D. Frazier on a charge of possession of a handgun without a permit (class “A” misdemeanor). Sentenced to Rush County Jail for 180 days with 68 days credit given. Ordered to pay $164 court cost and $50 public defender fee.
— vs. Larry Estes on a charge of official misconduct (class “D” felony). Sentenced to Indiana Department of Correction for 18 months (all suspended except 90 days with 16 days credit given). Ordered to pay $500 fine (all suspended), $164 court cost, $100 public defender fee and restitution.
In re the marriage of Rebekah H. and Brian L. Hutchison, dissolution of marriage decree and settlement agreement.
Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance vs. Jose A. Lopez, $1,439.14 judgment.
— vs. Kimberly Moss, $2,725 judgment.
— vs. Edward Lee, $2,587.57 judgment.
— vs. Jason Napier $2,158.66 judgment.
— vs. Tiffany Wotring, $ 1,098.77 judgment.
— vs. Maria Cole-Smith, $1,869.35 judgment.
— vs. Rhonda L. Imlay, $793.81 judgment.
— vs. Kurt Arnett, $1,037.13 judgment.
— vs. Trell D. Bowling $3,002.85 judgment.
— vs. Leslie Nicole Jennings, $1,959.39 judgment.
— vs. Robert Poindexter, $2,913.96 judgment.
— vs. Virginia Atkins, $583.40 judgment.
— vs. Kathryn N. Chandler, $5.054.08 judgment.
— vs. Tim Crawley, $1,309.51 judgment.
— vs. Jessica D. Alexander, $1,280.86 judgment.
— vs. Reginald Bell, $4,106.87 judgment.
— vs. Kelly J. Callahan-Hall, $675.18 judgment.
— vs. Bruce Cloer, $4,261.38 judgment.
— vs. Carson Coons, $1063.55 judgment.
— vs. Pete R. Cotton, $4,427.40 judgment.
— vs. Jody H. Hollis, $3,036.11 judgment.
— vs. Joel Hoskins, $3,302.05 judgment.
— vs. Eric D. Jones, $598.46 judgment.
— vs. Stephen D. Lanter, $1,535.50 judgment.
— vs. Kevin Lepper, $5,270.17 judgment.
— vs. Kent A. Marsh, $1,673.74 judgment.
— vs. James M. Wilcutt, $3,259.30 judgment.
— vs. Eric Miller, $849.95 judgment.
— vs. Suamy Palma, $2,777.40 judgment.
— vs. Derek Justin Pendleton, $2,647.37 judgment.
— vs. Cody A. Rhoten, $1,344.57 judgment.
— vs. Lorraine Schelchte, $2,264.24 judgment.
— vs. Joann L. Tindall, $3,265.80 judgment.
— vs. Jeffrey A. Vowell, $803.15 judgment.
— vs. Jose E. Ware, $868.21 judgment.
— vs. Robyn Yarbrough, $607.85 judgment.
— vs. Aaron W. Wilson, $1,401.13 judgment.
Liquidation Properties Inc. vs. James Spiker, Carolyn Spiker and RCHS, $69,479.31 judgment.
Deutsche Bank National Trust vs. Steven R. Greer, Patricia D. Greer, and Swartz & Brough Inc., $63,921.73 judgment.
Midland Funding LLC vs. Talena M. Velez, $6,454.80 judgment plus court cost and interest.
— vs. Robin Jacobs, $3,056.64 judgment plus court cost and interest.
Citibank N.A. vs. Kathleen A. Waldschmidt, aka Kathy Masischke, aka Kathy Marsischke, $2,894.64 judgment plus court cost and interest.
CACH LLC vs. Christopher Easley, $1,718.72 judgment plus interest.
Palisdes Collection LLC vs. Loralee Hester, $3,447.85 judgment plus court cost and interest.
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