Spencer County Court News – January 27, 2020

Traffic

Speed Unreasonable Under Conditions: Johnny Smith, $147.

Speeding: Elizabeth Hatchett; Crystal Deno; Taylor Garcia-Grisham; Alexandra Pardo; Billy McLain; Rosie Monroe; Tai Burns; Nicholas Macer; Justin Decker; Suzanne Shipione; Aidian Rea; Karaline Staggs; Samuel Barsan; Rachael Berberich; Kamron Griffith; Laura Potts; Derrace Rhodes; Benjamin Swan; Joseph Yost; Charles Harrelson, $147; Gracie Richards; Diksha Katwal; Cody Benningfield; Kaelinn Sabline-Schlusser; Cameron Tutt; Zelfea Barchett, $157.

Seatbelt Violation: Kaleb Lewis; Michael Mathews, $25.

Operating With Expired Plates: Blayde Hester, $137.

Speeding / Seatbelt Violation: Christin Turner, $172.

Disregarding Stop Sign: Brittney Dugas; Everitt Jones, $147.

Speeding in a School Zone: Shelby McDaniel, $157; Christina Jarvis, $147.

Passing Stopped School Bus: Ronald Beier, $147.

Driving Without Proof of Insurance and Allowing Unlawful use of Vehicle: Timothy Elverd, $137 for each count.

No Valid Driver’s License / Speeding: Osman Murillo Cruz, $148.50.

Speeding in a School Zone / No Operator’s License in Possession: Stephen Head, $148.50.

Driving While Suspended / No Operator’s License in Possession: Rebecca Autry, $137.

Civil (New Suits)

Cavalry SPV I, LLC vs Theresa M. Shourds, civil collection.

Mariner Finance, LLC vs the following: Rodney L. Robinson; Tara Scales, civil collection.

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs Tammy J. Hearth, civil collection.

Discover Bank vs Kristen N. Tharp, civil collection.

Garrett D. Lange vs Tammy D. Lange, domestic relations.

In Re: The Guardianship of Minor: Connie and Michael Vanhoosier, guardians; Amy Freeman and Clifford Byers, natural parents.

Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance vs Sean Rickard, civil plenary.

Midland Funding, LLC vs Matthew Weatherholt, civil collection.

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union vs Pamela C. Harlen, civil collection.

Civil

Tmothy Neyenhaus vs Levi Wittman and Cili Hale, order of eviction.

Small Claims (New Suits)

Eddie Skelton vs Tracy Cooper, complaint.

Carol Lance vs Becky Klamer, complaint.

Leather N Chrome vs Berts Rivertown Grill, complaint.

Professional & Business Collections vs the following: Stephanie J. Canary; Jessica Barnett; Rita M. and Kevin Fuhs, complaint.

Small Claims

Ronnie Ball vs Courtney Phillips, judgment for plaintiff, $1,350 plus costs and interest.

Wyman Myers vs Douglas Riggle, judgment for plaintiff, $1,865 plus costs and interest.

Keith Wilkinson vs Jonathan Johnson and Vivian Ambs, default judgment for plaintiff, $1,545 plus costs and interest.

Spencer County Bank vs the following: Charissa K. Pike, default judgment for plaintiff, $627.42 plus costs and interest; Jeremy and Pamela Luttrell, judgment for plaintiff, $382.49 plus court costs.

Criminal Misdemeanors (New)

State of Indiana vs the following:

Destiny M. Hack, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person; operating a vehicle with an ACE of 0.08 or more; operating a vehicle while intoxicated; illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage.

Cindy K. Roos, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person; operating a vehicle with an ACE of 0.15 or more; resisting law enforcement; operating a vehicle while intoxicated; leaving the scene of an accident.

Betty Swaney, domestic battery, disorderly conduct.

Eric B. Plock, resisting law enforcement, public intoxication.

Robert A. Wilcox, operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license. 

Criminal Misdemeanors

State of Indiana vs the following:

Raul Morales, pled guilty to operating a vehicle with an ACE of 0.15 or more, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in Spencer County Law Enforcement Center (SCLEC), with two days executed and remaining 363 days suspended to 365 days reporting probation, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to random alcohol/drug screenings, undergo evaluation through Southern Hills and comply with all treatment recommendations, attend Victim Impact Panel session, driver’s license suspended 90 days, pay fines and costs.

Romelia Deleon Perez, pled guilty to false informing, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 180 days in SCLEC, with four days executed and remaining 176 days suspended to 180 days non-reporting probation, pay fines and costs.

Jose Vallejo, pled guilty to operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license, class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 60 days in SCLEC, with two days executed and remaining 58 days suspended to 180 days non-reporting probation, pay fines and costs.

James Robert Dumas, pled guilty to violating probation terms; sentenced to 20 days in SCLEC, with credit for six days served, and continue on probation as previously ordered.

Brian P. Bass, pled guilty to violating probation terms; sentenced to 160 days in SCLEC, with credit for 80 days served, and continue on probation as previously ordered, complete NOW Counseling program.

Criminal (New)

State of Indiana vs the following:

Nellie Rene McLaughlin, possession of methamphetamine (two counts), unlawful possession of a syringe; unlawful possession or use of a legend drug, maintaining a common nuisance – controlled substances, resisting law enforcement, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana.

Heath Allen Bulich, possession of methamphetamine (two counts), unlawful possession of a syringe, unlawful possession or use of a legend drug, maintaining a common nuisance, controlled substances, theft, possession of marijuana, resisting law enforcement, possession of paraphernalia.

John A. Held, possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession or use of a legend drug, maintaining a common nuisance – legend drugs, neglect of a dependent, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Maria Williams, possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession or use of a legend drug, maintaining a common nuisance – legend drugs, neglect of a dependent, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Tina M. McKeethen, possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession or use of a legend drug, visiting a common nuisance – controlled substances, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia. 

Kane Allen Hale, miscellaneous criminal.

Sara B. Campbell, miscellaneous criminal.

Jeffrey W. Clark, domestic battery (two counts), disorderly conduct.

Probate

In Re: The Estate of David E. Schickinger; Patricia A. Schickinger, personal representative.

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