Spencer County Court News – January 20, 2020

Traffic

Speeding: Dianna Caldwell; Adam Wiechmann; Shaeylee Drury; Koorosh Sharghi; Rachel Foster; Rebecca Scono; Scott McCallister, $147; Daniela Abraham Shollenberger; Laura Kirkpatrick, $157; Robert Helm, $182.

Speeding / Failure to Yield Right-of-Way: Chelsea Doane, $148.50.

Speeding / Driving While Suspended: Ricky James, $137 on each count.

Seatbelt Violation: Damon Dennison, $25.

No Valid Driver’s License / Speeding: Selandria Stewart, $148.50.

Expired Plates: Thomas Biddle, $137.

Learner’s Permit Violation: Awes Haji, $137.

Possession of Electronic Cigarettes: Justice Stanton, $137.

Civil (New Suits)

Morgan Luttrell vs James Luttrell, domestic relations.

Discover Bank, c/o Discover Products, vs Roger Roos, civil collection.

Douglas A. Charles vs Tyra A. Charles, domestic relations.

Ford Motor Credit Company, LLC vs Kaye W. Patterson, civil collection.

Mariner Finance, LLC vs Jonie L. and Ronald L. Begle, civil collection.

Civil

Discover Bank vs Jamie M. Kessner, default judgment for plaintiff, $4,746.47 plus interest.

Cavalry SPV I, LLC vs the following: Christopher M. Cloyd, default judgment for plaintiff, $2,947.72 plus costs; Glen Seaford, default judgment for plaintiff, $2,384.82.

Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC, successor in interest to Fingerhut Direct Marketing, vs Erica Brown, default judgment for plaintiff, $1,282.62 plus interest.

Small Claims (New Suits)

Obermeier Hardware & Rental, Inc. vs Lee Frobeter, complaint.

Small Claims

Professional & Business Collections, LLC, as agent of collection for Deaconess Hospital, Inc. vs the following: Georgianna and Jerry Britt, dismissed against Georgianna Britt only, without prejudice and at plaintiff’s costs; Rachel and Gary Ricketts, judgment for plaintiff, $2,530.84 plus costs; William Allen, judgment for plaintiff, $1,809.88 plus costs; Nicholas A. Byrns, judgment for plaintiff, $5,600.50 plus costs.

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union vs Christopher M. Beaty, judgment for plaintiff, $2,998.69 plus interest and costs.

Criminal Misdemeanors (New)

State of Indiana vs the following:

Trevor S. Osborne, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body, illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage.

James Robert Dumas, trafficking with an inmate, possession of a controlled substance.

Criminal Misdemeanors

State of Indiana vs the following:

Robert A. Shaw, Jr., pled guilty to invasion of privacy, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in Spencer County Law Enforcement Center (SCLEC), all suspended to 365 days reporting probation, shall not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, no contact with Kara Rowe or any of her immediate family, pay fines and costs.

Patrick Toliver, pled guilty to invasion of privacy, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in SCLEC, with two days executed and remaining time suspended to 363 days non-reporting probation, shall not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, no contact with Mayola Toliver, pay fines and costs.

Huber Depas Lopez, pled guilty to false informing, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 180 days in SCLEC, with four days executed and remaining time suspended to 180 days non-reporting probation, shall not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

Criminal (New)

State of Indiana vs the following:

Laura K. Pounds, miscellaneous criminal.

Terry W. Helsley, Jr., battery resulting in serious bodily injury, battery on a person less than 14 years old, domestic battery (two counts), strangulation.

Carrie J. Chaney, fraud (two counts), theft (two counts).

Christopher Thomas Harris, auto theft, resisting law enforcement, criminal recklessness, reckless driving.

Samuel Hawkins, battery against a public safety official, resisting law enforcement, disorderly conduct.

Roger Dean Wilkinson, Jr., intimidation, disorderly conduct.

Trevor A. Tharp, operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Rodney A. Dukes, found guilty of driving while suspended (two counts), class A misdemeanor; domestic battery with moderate bodily injury, level 6 felony; and intimidation, level 6 felony; sentenced to 1,459 days in SCLEC, with 136 days executed and remaining 1,317 days suspended to supervised probation, submit to alcohol/drug evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, enroll in and complete Batterers Intervention Program, pay fines and costs.

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