Spencer County Court News – February 3, 2020

Traffic

Speeding: Felicia Brodie; Eric Kreiger; Jordan Lutz; Carter Meunier; Alexandrea Randolph; Lauren Kellems; Lecretia Beckort; Edvin Perez-Ramirez; Mason Sandage; Regina Seibert; Susan Walter; Rachael Feazell, $157; John Goetz; David Dartt; Elizabeth Blackwell; Timothy Kellems; Johnny Williams; Norimasa Kishita; Elizabeth Arlinghaus; Alyssa Biggerstaff; Kyle Wallace; Kyle Fortune, $147; Donna O’Keefe; Matthew Grubb; Jason Clark; Allison Wommack.

Disregarding Official Traffic Control Device: Liseth Trejos; Ryan Bartholomy, $147.

Operating With Expired Plates: James Sutton, $137.

Disregarding Stop Sign / Failure to Register: Christopher Koch, $148.50.

Speeding in a School Zone: Amy Johnson, $147.

Improper or No Turn Signals: Ryan Lee, $147.

No Valid Driver’s License / Improper or No Turn Signals: Matthew Moll, $148.50.

Driving While Suspended: Chelsea Tenison, $137.

Civil (New Suits)

William R. Scherer vs Angela M. Scherer, domestic relations.

Service Financial Company vs Chelsey R. Holsman, civil collection.

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs Susan Miller, civil collection.

In Re The Guardianship of Larry Ambs: Janet Ambs, guardian.

Countrymark Energy Resources, LLC vs Kevin B. Deweese, civil collection.

Zeidler Floral Company, Inc. vs Lauer Floral and Gift Shop, Inc. and Carol A. Lauer, civil collection.

Eagle Financial Services, Inc. vs Thomas D. Chamberlain, mortgage foreclosure.

Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC vs Sally Boyd, civil collection.

In Re The Guardianship of Minor Child: Leah Harrison, guardian; Susan and Thomas J. Smith, natural parents.

Midland Credit Management, Inc. vs Brenda Clark, civil collection.

Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC vs Dayna Wilkinson, civil collection.

Alex Arnold vs State of Indiana, miscellaneous.

Civil

Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. vs the following: Brian K. Stuteville, default judgment for plaintiff, $1,482.10 plus costs; Kirk A. Masterson, default judgment for plaintiff, $7,068.17.

LVNV Funding, LLC vs the following: Eric Pressley, default judgment for plaintiff, $1,562.28; Julia Horton, default judgment for plaintiff, $835.87.

Heights Financial Corporation vs Kevin E. Oliver, default judgment for plaintiff, $2,396.68 plus costs and interest.

Spencer County Bank vs Justin Harris, Spencer County Treasurer, and Indiana Department of Revenue, default judgment for plaintiff and decree of foreclosure, $49,316.25.

Atwood Rentals, Inc. vs Kristie Kay Bailey, judgment for plaintiff, $919.80 plus costs and interest.

Small Claims (New Suits)

Betty Muse vs Justice and Mandy Williams, complaint.

Jerry Pfingston vs Daniel Blackford, complaint.

Gary Grundhoefer vs Daniel and Pam Taylor, complaint.

Tammy Underwood vs Lee Embrey, complaint.

Small Claims

Professional & Business Collections, LLC, as agent of collection for Deaconess Hospital, Inc., vs Angela Bradley a/k/a Angela Schmitt, judgment for plaintiff, $1,554.95 plus costs.

Hoosier Accounts Service vs the following: Caitlyn S. Clark-Deweese, dismissed with prejudice; Monte R. Kelley II, dismissed with prejudice.

Criminal Misdemeanors (New)

State of Indiana vs the following:

Nilia G. Dockery, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person; operating a vehicle while intoxicated; operating a vehicle with an ACE of .08 or more; possession of marijuana.

Jimmie D. Gibbs, driving while suspended.

Justice Williams, possession of paraphernalia.

Criminal Misdemeanors

State of Indiana vs the following:

Samuel Huggler, found guilty of disorderly conduct, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 176 days in Spencer County Law Enforcement Center (SCLEC), all suspended to 361 days supervised probation, enroll in and successfully complete anger management counseling, pay fines and costs.

Daniel Britton, pled guilty to disorderly conduct, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 180 days in SCLEC, with four days executed and remaining 176 days suspended to 361 days supervised probation, shall not use or possess alcohol or controlled substances, submit to random alcohol/drug screenings, undergo evaluation through Southern Hills and comply with all treatment recommendations, pay fines and costs.

Justin Hopf, found guilty of pointing a firearm, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 363 days in SCLEC, all suspended to supervised probation, submit to alcohol/drug evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, 40 hours community service, no contact with victim, pay fines and costs.

Criminal (New)

State of Indiana vs the following:

Meghan Bland, assisting a criminal, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Robert Whitledge, neglect of a dependent; operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person; operating a vehicle while intoxicated; criminal recklessness; operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person with a passenger less than 18 years of age.

Michael A. Weatherholt, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, visiting a common nuisance – controlled substances, possession of a device or substance used to interfere with a drug or alcohol screening test, possession of paraphernalia.

Talina L. Cline, miscellaneous criminal.

Tiffany N. White, miscellaneous criminal.

Robert R. Richards, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Charles A. Jode, found guilty of possession of methamphetamine, level 6 felony; sentenced to 553 days in SCLEC, with six days executed and remaining 547 days suspended to supervised probation, submit to alcohol/drug evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, pay fines and costs.

Scott D. Polster, found guilty of operating a motor vehicle after forfeiture of license for life, level 5 felony, and possession of a synthetic drug, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to three years in SCLEC, with two years executed and remaining year suspended to supervised probation, submit to alcohol/drug evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, pay fines and costs.

Jacob Cooper, found guilty of battery on a person less than 14 years old, level 6 felony; sentenced to 730 days in SCLEC, with six days executed and remaining 724 days suspended to supervised probation, submit to alcohol/drug evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, enroll in and complete Batterer Intervention Program, pay fines and costs.

Probate (New Suits)

In Re The Unsupervised Estate of Eddie L. Ward: Kelly L. and Wesley G. Ward, personal representatives.

In Re The Unsupervised Estate of Norman R. Arnold: Diana Arnold and Cathy Graper, personal representatives.

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