Dubois County Court News- July 7, 2020

Traffic

Driving While Suspended: Kentar R. Collins; Gregorio Rocha, $141.

Towing Without an Observer: Michael Harris, $141.

Operating With Expired Plates: Carolyn A. Davis; Brandy-Nicole Villatoro, $141.

Driving While Suspended / Speeding: Joshua M. Perkins, $141.

Failure to Signal for Turn or Lane Change: Caleb Burger, dismissed.

No Valid Driver’s License / Operating Motor Vehicle Without Financial Responsibility: Carlos D. Martinez, $141.

Unsafe Start: Tyler R. Herzog, $141.

Speeding: Elijah J. Main, dismissed; Haylie Marks, dismissed; Gavin W. Duncan, $141.

Disregarding Lighted Signal: Franklin G. Nolley, dismissed.

New Suits

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs the following: Steve Schnarr; Maria Alejandro Hernandez; Shanna Wyatt, civil collection.

Citibank, N.A. vs Annetta Hall, civil collection.

Grade A Transport vs Laura Kline, civil plenary.

Jose O. Arroyo Gonzalez vs Maria J. Ramos Valle, domestic relations.

Tracey D. Gudorf vs Bradley J. Gudorf, domestic relations.

Brandon Divine vs Ashley Divine, domestic relations.

Bailey O’Dell vs Kevin O’Dell II, domestic relations.

Circuit Civil

Andrew L. Hassfurther vs Brenda S. Hassfurther, marriage dissolved.

Cheyenna Kemp vs Clinton Kemp, marriage dissolved.

Diana Morales vs Oscar Omar Morales Miranda, marriage dissolved.

Circuit Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

David A. Porter, pled guilty to escape, level 6 felony; sentenced to 250 days in Dubois County Security Center (DCSC), with 26 days credit and 26 days good time credit, pay fines and costs.

Larry D. Leavens, pled guilty to cruelty to an animal, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 364 days in DCSC, all suspended to 364 days supervised probation, 40 hours community service (after which probation will become unsupervised), pay $35 in restitution to victim, no contact with Mike Woolsey, pay fines and costs.

Kevin J. Wade, pled guilty to domestic battery, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 364 days in DCSC, with credit for four days served and four days good time, remaining time suspended to 356 days supervised probation, enroll in and complete Batterers Intervention Program (after which probation will become unsupervised), pay fines and costs.

Terry W. Kendall, pled guilty to criminal recklessness (count 1), level 5 felony, and resisting law enforcement (count 4), class A misdemeanor; sentenced to two years in Indiana Department of Correction (IDOC) in count 1 and one year in DCSC in count 4, to run concurrently and with credit for time served, remaining time suspended to unsupervised probation, pay fines and costs.

James C. Schildge, pled guilty to domestic battery, level 6 felony; sentenced to 730 days in DCSC, with credit for one day served and one day good time credit, remaining time suspended to 728 days supervised probation, undergo substance abuse evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, no contact with victim, pay fines and costs.

Alexander Korthaus, pled guilty to criminal recklessness (count 1), level 6 felony, and aggressive driving (count 3), class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 1,095 days in DCSC in count 1 and 365 days in count 3, to run concurrently and with credit for time served, remaining time suspended to 1,085 days supervised probation, undergo substance abuse evaluation and comply with all treatment recommendations, undergo clinical assessment through state-certified mental health provider and comply with all treatment recommendations, gun involved in case shall be disposed, pay fines and costs; also pled guilty to resisting law enforcement, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, all suspended to 365 days supervised probation, pay fines and costs.

Megan Forrest, pled guilty to two counts of domestic battery, both class A misdemeanors; sentenced to 364 days in DCSC in each count, to run consecutively and with credit for time served, remaining time suspended to unsupervised probation, no contact with victim, complete Domestic Abuse Intervention Program, pay fines and costs.

Michael D. Dibble, pled guilty to domestic battery, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 364 days in DCSC, with credit for time served, remaining time suspended to 358 days supervised probation, enroll in and complete Batterers Intervention Program, no contact with victim, pay fines and costs.

Superior Civil

Crown Asset Management,LLC vs Michael D. Truelove, default judgment for plaintiff, $811.29 plus court costs.

Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs Nelson Lopez, dismissed.

Superior Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Mackenzie M. Jones, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, endangering a person, level 6 felony; sentenced to 545 days in DCSC, with credit for 30 days, leaving 365 days to serve on home detention with GPS monitoring and 180 days suspended to supervised probation, contact court alcohol and drug program director and comply with all treatment recommendations, driver’s license suspended 365 days, pay fines and costs.

Thomas L. Hubert, pled guilty to disorderly conduct, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 12 days in DCSC, with credit for six days served, pay fines and costs.

Griffen Bauer, dismissed.

Charles L. Cole, dismissed.

Erin L. Lance, pled guilty to theft, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, all suspended to 365 days supervised probation to be transferred to Gibson County, 40 hours community service, shall not trespass at Jasper Walmart, pay fines and costs.

Rachel J. Cartwright, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, with credit for two days served, remaining time suspended to 361 days supervised probation to be transferred to Monroe County, contact court alcohol and drug program director and comply with all treatment recommendations, driver’s license suspended 180 days, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

David J. Hollis, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, with credit for one day served, leaving 122 days to serve on home detention with GPS monitoring and 243 days suspended to supervised probation, contact court alcohol and drug program director and program director and comply with all treatment recommendations, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

Leia D. Roach, pled guilty to operating a vehicle after being a habitual traffic offender, level 6 felony; sentenced to 122 days in DCSC, with credit for one day served, remaining time to serve on home detention with GPS monitoring, pay fines and costs.

Ryan Michael King, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 30 days in DCSC, driver’s license suspended 180 days, pay fines and costs; also pled guilty to leaving the scene of an accident, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 60 days in DCSC, no contact with Auto Zone in Jasper, pay fines and costs.

William Boeglin, dismissed with prejudice.

Small Claims (New)

Rent-A-Center vs the following: Marvin Matherly; Jasmine Jones, complaint.

Small Claims

Dubois County LP Gas, Inc. vs Norma Breeding, judgment for plaintiff, $581.24.

Hoosier Accounts Service vs the following: Yasnay D. Alvarez-Zalazar, default judgment for plaintiff, $3,575.70; Jason C. Lents, dismissed; Corey T. Keefer, judgment for plaintiff, $1,149.81; Amelia P. Garcia, judgment for plaintiff, $6,000.

Birk Law Firm vs Cheyann Jordan Leal, judgment for plaintiff, $3,485.

Kathy and Tony Pierce vs Larry Sullivan, judgment for plaintiffs, $3,000.

Medical & Professional Services, Inc. vs the following: Jeremy J. Schneider, default judgment for plaintiff, $3,267.52; Terry J. Cox, judgment for plaintiff, $756.19; Blanca E. Ramos, judgment for plaintiff, $985.07; Maria G. Perez Cruz, judgment for plaintiff, $2,980.31; Heather Robbins, dismissed.

Allstar Cash Advance vs Frank Altmeyer, dismissed.

Jasper Municipal Utilities vs Eugene V. Martinez, judgment for plaintiff, $302.58.

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