Dubois County Court News – March 14, 2023

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Traffic and misdemeanors

Speeding: Blendon L. Virgo; Karla Y. Alegria; Judith A. Cron; Tammy L. Gerber; Rolando R. Alvarez; Cynthia G. Gregory; Carter J. Fleck; Tessa L. Zehr; Wyatt E. Sherer; Wanita Graber; Denise L. Gregory

Passing a Stopped School Bus When Stop Arm is Out and Activated: David D. Gillespie; Nicole C. Chan.

Operating a Class B Motor Driven Cycle without an ID: Brian S. Shoemaker.

Learner’s Permit Violation: Junior Josile.

Operating with Expired Plates: James L. Ernst; Scott C. Belmore.; Joshua A. Fleck

Driving While Suspended: Blake A. Ziegler, dismissed; Frank Santillan-Sandoval; Elisha G. Seger; David P. Fuhs.

Passing in a No Passing Zone: Stanley R. Kepley III.

Seatbelt Violation: Conner S. Ferguson; Wayne A. Blakeman; Bryce C. Mathies; Alli L. Hardin; .

Unlawful Possession of Tobacco, e-Liquid or an Electronic Cigarette: Christian J. Hernandez.

Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Fictitious Plate and Failure to Register: Robert D. Smith.

Operating a Class B Motor Driven Cycle without Proper Licensing/Endorsement: Brandon J. Wilkie II.

Child Restraint System Violation: Josue V. Miranda.

Small Claims

Medical of Dubois vs the following: Timothy S. Rogers, judgment for plaintiff, $417.58 plus costs and interest; Eric Jackson, default judgment for plaintiff, $665 plus costs and interest; Jose M. Sandoval, judgment for plaintiff, $495.42 plus costs and interest; Victoria L. Reynolds, default judgment for plaintiff, $503.97 plus costs and interest; Kendra R. Bowling, default judgment for plaintiff, $471.79 plus costs and interest; Ricky D. Crnkovic, default judgment for plaintiff, $455 plus costs and interest; Kyle A. Peckinpaugh, default judgment for plaintiff, $471.79 plus costs and interest; James E. Allen, III, default judgment for plaintiff, $450.66 plus costs and interest; Abby L. Brown, default judgment for plaintiff, $468.46 plus costs and interest; Tracy L. Lindsey, default judgment for plaintiff, $401.79 plus costs and interest; John C. Roelle, default judgment for plaintiff, $675.08 plus costs and interest.

Allstar Cash Advance vs the following: Quinton T. Simmons, default judgment for plaintiff, $707.50 plus costs and interest; Steel Wolcott, default judgment for plaintiff, $522.25 plus costs and interest.

Birk Law Firm vs Ivy Coats, judgment for plaintiff, $4,819 plus costs and interest.

Hoosier Accounts Service vs the following: Mark Banks, final judgment for plaintiff, $7,911.19 plus costs and interest; Gabriella Guerra, default judgment for plaintiff, $3,709.62 plus costs and interest.

Superior Criminal

The State of Indiana vs the following:

Branden A. Lauer, Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated, dismissed.

Jeffrey G. Deich, pleads guilty to Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct. Sentenced to 50 days in Dubois County Jail with 50 days credit for time served consecutive to prior sentence, pay $185 in court costs.

William L. Blan, pleads guilty to Purchase of More Than 3 Grams of Precursor (Ephedrine) in a week, a Class C Misdemeanor, pay $185 in court costs.

Sean Alexander-Frances Conway, pleads guilty to Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated Endangering a Person(count 2). Sentenced to 365 days DCSC, with credit for 2 days served, rest suspended to 361 days supervised probation, driver’s license suspended 90 days, obtain an alcohol and drug assessment and comply with all treatment recommendations, shall not purchase, use or possess alcohol, controlled substances or mind or mood altering substances, unless prescribed, pay $385 in court costs and filing fees.

Yunieisy Dominguez,  found guilty of theft, a Class A misdemeanor. Sentenced to 365 days with credit for four days, two actual days served, with remaining times suspended to 361 days unsupervised probation, subject to the defendant not trespassing at Wal-Mart; will participate in evidence-based programming; pay $200 in costs from cash bond and $185 in court costs; shall not purchase, use or possess alcohol, controlled substances or mood altering substances; submit to and pass random Urinalysis, breathalizer of other tests required by the Probation Department.

Jade A.G. Ott, pleads guilty to Minor Consuming Alcohol, a Class C misdemeanor, pay fines and costs.

David P. Fuhs, pleads guilty to Driving While Suspended: Knowing Violation and Prior Conviction within 10 years, a Class A Misdemeanor. Pay fines and cost.

Steve R. Gibson, convicted of Criminal Recklessness, a Class B Misdemeanor. Sentenced to 180 days in the Dubois County Security Center with credit for two days served, remaining time suspended to supervised probation for 361 days, participate in any evidence-based programming deemed appropriate, pay fees, fines and costs, shall not purchase, use or possess alcohol, controlled substances or mind-or-mood altering substances, submit to and pass random urinalysis, breathalyzer, blood, hair, oral fluids or other tests, and not commit a criminal offense.

Angela M. Carpenter, pleads guilty to Reckless Driving, Speeds Endangers Safety or Property, a Class C Misdemeanor. Sentenced to 2 days DCSC, with credit for 1 day served and 1 day good time credit, pay fines and costs.

Circuit Court Criminal

The State of Indiana vs the following:

Jenny L. Mines, pleads guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine and Neglect of a Dependent, both Level 6 Felonies. Sentenced to 912 days at Indiana Department of Corrections in each count, to run concurrently and with credit for 67 days served, pay fines, costs and Drug Abuse Prosecution Interdiction fees. Sentence will be stayed if defendant successfully completes and graduates from the Drug Court Program whereupon she will be placed on one year supervised probation.

Olivia Stout, convicted of Neglect of a Dependent, a Level 6 Felony, Possession of Marijuana, a Class B Misdemeanor and Possession of Paraphernalia. Sentenced to 540 days in the Dubois County Security Centerin count two, 180 days in count four and 60 in count five to run concurrently, with three days credit for time served, remaining time suspended to supervised probation for 534 days, as long as defendant complies with Dove House requirements, pay fines, fees and costs, participate in any evidence-based program deemed appropriate, submit samples for DNA testing; shall not purchase, use or possess alcohol, controlled substances or mind-or-mood-altering substances, pass random urinalysis, breathalyzer, etc. testing, and shall not use, carry or possess any firearm.

Jeremy Hunt, pleads guilty of theft with a prior conviction for either theft or conversion, a Class 6 Felony. Sentenced to 365 days in IDOC, pay court costs within six months of release, sentence to run consecutively with another cause.