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Dubois County Court News- January 29, 2020

Traffic

Driving Too Fast for Conditions: Todd W. Borman, $141.

Speeding: David A. Arteaga; Jose M. Sandoval; Kelly J. Guerin; Scott J. Huskins, $141.

Seatbelt Violation: Kevin M. Sermersheim, $25.

Driving While Suspended / No Valid Driver’s License / False Plate: Honey S. Sturgeon, $141.

Operating Motor Vehicle With Expired Plates: Musa H. Hamadi; Anthony K. Mercer; Heath L. Fest, $141.

Operating Motor Vehicle With Fictitious Plate: Jose M. Sandoval, $141.

Operating Motor Vehicle With Expired Plates / No Valid Driver’s License: Callahan J. Threet, $141.

No Valid Driver’s License: Mark J. Dotterweich, $141.

Driving While Suspended: Gerson Dubon Amaya; Sol K. Martinez Castellanos, $141.

Disregarding Lighted Signal: Megan N. Keelin, $141.

New Suits

Service Financial Company vs Felipe Flores, civil collection.

Citibank, N.A. vs the following: Wanda Jones; Joey Beard, civil collection.

Crown Asset Management, LLC vs Michael Truelove, civil collection.

Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union vs Tye Gazarian, civil collection.

OneMain Financial Group, LLC vs Christopher Aders, civil collection.

Freedom Bank vs Jon G. Ellison, Jennifer Cohn, Megan Wilson, et al, mortgage foreclosure.

Reina Pena vs Walter Torres, domestic relations.

Lionel Brown vs Lisa J. Brown, domestic relations.

Mariner Finance, LLC, successor in interest to Personal Finance Company, LLC, vs the following: Juanita Brown and Thomas Burch; Felicia Soto; Jessica Johnson, civil collection.

Discover Bank vs Hector Trinidad, civil collection.

Birk Law Firm vs Carissa King, civil collection.

Circuit Civil

Manuel Acevedo vs Kathryn McCune, dismissed with prejudice.

Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. vs Ronald Eckert, dismissed without prejudice.

Nathan T. McCord vs Katie M. McCord, marriage dissolved.

Terry L. Schepers vs Jamie L. Schepers, marriage dissolved.

Kristi A. Adams vs Kenneth A. Adams, marriage dissolved.

Circuit Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Thomas J. Burch, pled guilty to intimidation, level 6 felony; sentenced to 365 days in the Dubois County Security Center (DCSC), with credit for 245 days served, remaining time suspended to 120 days supervised probation, no contact with Gabrielle Russell, pay fines and costs.

Michael W. Wright, pled guilty to intimidation, level 6 felony with judgment of conviction as class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, with credit for two days served and two days good time credit, remaining time suspended to 360 days supervised probation, no contact with Terri Munoh or Sherri Byers, complete anger management (after which probation will become unsupervised), pay fines and costs.

Superior Civil

West Bend Mutual Insurance Company vs Seth D. Pruett and Leesa R. Gilbert, default judgment for plaintiff, $4,725.05 plus costs and interest.

Superior Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Kristina M. Lewis, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated (count 1), level 6 felony, and driving while suspended (count 3), class A infraction; sentenced to 360 days in DCSC, with credit for time served, leaving remaining time to serve on work release, contact court alcohol and drug program director and comply with all treatment recommendations, shall not purchase or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

James A. Ashley, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, with 175 days suspended to supervised probation to be transferred to Spencer County and remaining 190 days to serve on home detention, contact court alcohol and drug program director and comply with all treatment recommendations, driver’s license suspended 180 days followed by 185 days specialized driving privileges, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

Mary F. Roettger, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 1), level 6 felony; obstruction of justice (count 2), level 6 felony; and possession of paraphernalia (count 3), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 360 days in DCSC in count 1, 360 days in count 2 and 60 days in count 3, to run concurrently for a total of 360 days and with credit for time served, leaving 224 days to serve on home detention (122 days if good time credit is earned) and 116 days to serve on work release (58 days if good time credit is earned), contact court alcohol and drug 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.

Alejandro A. Alejo Lugones, pled guilty to possession of paraphernalia, class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 60 days in DCSC, with credit for one day served, remaining time suspended to 363 days supervised probation, 40 hours community service, contact court alcohol and drug program director and comply with all treatment recommendations, shall not attempt to obtain a valid Indiana driver’s license for 90 days, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

Chantele F. Floyd, pled guilty to unlawful possession of a legend drug, 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 Gibson County, 80 hours community service, contact court alcohol and drug 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.

Robin L. Dixon, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 2), level 6 felony; possession of paraphernalia (count 4), class A misdemeanor; and possession of marijuana (count 5), class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 232 days in DCSC in count 2, 232 days in count 4 and 180 days in count 5, to run concurrently and with credit for 116 days served, pay fines and costs. 

Ashlyn L. Gaynor, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 1), level 6 felony; possession of marijuana (count 3), class B misdemeanor; and possession of paraphernalia (count 4), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 232 days in DCSC in count 1, 180 days in count 3, and 60 days in count 4, to run concurrently and with credit for 116 days served, making sentence complete.

Ariel Mulen Jauriga, pled guilty to possession of marijuana (count 1), class A misdemeanor, and possession of paraphernalia (count 2), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC in count 1 and 60 days in count 2, to run concurrently, all suspended to 365 days supervised probation to be transferred to Daviess County, 40 hours community service, contact court alcohol and drug 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.

Timothy D. King, dismissed.

Jareth L. Wininger, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 1) and unlawful possession of a syringe (count 2), both level 6 felonies; sentenced to 720 days in DCSC in each count, to run concurrently and with credit for time served, remaining 718 days to serve on work release (359 days if good time credit is earned), contact court alcohol and drug 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.

Pedro A. Rivera, Jr., pled guilty to illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage, class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 60 days in DCSC, all suspended to 180 days supervised probation, 40 hours community service, continue to work with court alcohol and drug 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.

Small Claims (New Suits)

Anna’s Court vs Leigha N. Kesterson and Thomas Murdock, complaint.

Jasper Municipal Utilities vs Korey D. Groover, complaint.

Hoosier Accounts Service vs the following: Jessica L. Mohr; John F. Linne; Kari M. Bullington; William Allen; Mary I. Bautista; Rose A. Mitchell; Patricia J. Daugherty; Jonathon D. Werne; Brittiany M. Cowan; Abby L. Brinkman; Adam C. Borden; Killian S. Maher; Elaine Garcia; Christina F. Fluckey, complaint.

Bonnie Sergesketter vs Holly Grider, Miranda Merhinger and Dylan Grider, complaint.

Dr. Gregory Gordon vs Roselda Cruz, complaint.

Small Claims

Medical & Professional Collection Services, Inc. vs Angela C. Wininger, judgment for plaintiff, $623.68.

Check Into Cash vs Omar Lee San Miguel, judgment for plaintiff, $682.50.

Jasper Surgical Associates, LLC vs Stanley Offil, judgment for plaintiff, $422.47.

Procol, Inc. vs the following: Cheri Fuhrman, judgment for plaintiff, $1,591.48; Matthew Shoultz, judgment for plaintiff, $2,997.87; William Stone, judgment for plaintiff, $3,389.08; Linda Teague, judgment for plaintiff, $3,757.25.

Denny’s Auto Sales & Service, Inc. vs Joe Buechlein, judgment for plaintiff, $1,500.

Diana Birkle vs Eric Petry, dismissed without prejudice.

Lincoln Manor of Holland vs Kimberly Feltner, judgment for plaintiff, $871.

Hoosier Accounts Service vs the following: Roger M. Gilbert, judgment for plaintiff, $608.34; Melissa D. Hughes, judgment for plaintiff, $6,000; Robert F. Maher, judgment for plaintiff, $1,124.94; Noel S. Andry, judgment for plaintiff, $6,000; Randall L. Smith, judgment for plaintiff, $2,922.02; Omar Lee Sanmiguel, judgment for plaintiff, $5,871.75.

Medical of Dubois vs the following: Katlyn S. Shackelford, judgment for plaintiff, $389; Jessie Dearborn, judgment for plaintiff, $493.

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