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Dubois County Court News – October 5, 2021

Traffic and Other Citations

Open Alcoholic Beverage Container During Operation of a Motor Vehicle: Shondale S. Campbell; Tyler J. Snyder, $141.

Operating With Expired Plates: Craig T. Popp, $141. 

Speeding: Travis C. Beach, dismissed; Alan M. Kleysteuber; Jack D. Goffinet; Angela M. Carpenter; Kaleb M. Sermersheim; Luke R. Hopf; Parker S. Ferguson, $141. 

Following Too Closely: Gerald W. Brenner, $141. 

Disregarding Official Traffic Control Device: Lorena M. Robinson, dismissed. 

Learner’s Permit Violation: Yordy Sandoval, $141. 

Driving While Suspended: Brian E. Fowler, dismissed. 

Passing Stopped School Bus: Lloyd Otto Neukam; Morgan D. Hudson, $141. 

Seatbelt Violation: Dustin M. Schmitt, $25. 

Child Restraint System Violation: Anna M. Borjon, $25. 

New Suits

Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. vs the following: Teresa Linette; Jeffery Arthur; Gerald Stenftenagel; Luis Benavides; Amanda Reisz; Larry Dupps; Stacey Hornaday; Alan Mattingly, civil collection.

Midland Credit Management, Inc. vs the following: Tamara McCarty; Arnaldo Argota, civil collection.

LVNV Funding, LLC vs the following: Sherry Malone; Rhonda Land, civil collection.

Hoosier Hills Credit Union vs Eddie Fisher, civil collection.

Discover Bank c/o Discover Products, Inc. vs Michael Lampert, civil collection.

Michelle Wallace vs Dennis Wallace, domestic relations.

U.S. Bank National Association d/b/a Elan Financial Services vs Patience Hunter, civil collection. 

Cherie Kippenbrock vs Chase Kippenbrock, domestic relations.

Eddie L. Huff vs Patricia D. Huff, domestic relations.

Circuit Civil

DNF Associates, LLC vs Daryl Parr, default judgment for plaintiff, $2,892.72 plus interest and court costs. 

Circuit Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Cody A. Petry, pled guilty to failure to register as a sex or violent offender, level 6 felony; sentenced to 540 days in Dubois County, with credit for two days served and two days good time credit, remaining time suspended to 536 days supervised probation, with probation to become unsupervised after 365 days of successful completion without violations, pay fines and costs.

Markem D. Nugent, pled guilty to failure to register to return to lawful detention, level 6 felony; sentenced to 180 days in DCSC, pay fines and costs. 

Jeremy Lindauer, pled guilty to domestic battery (count 1), class A misdemeanor, and battery (count 2), class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 364 days in DCSC in count 1 and 180 days in count 2, to run consecutively and with credit for time served, remaining time suspended to supervised probation, enroll in and complete Batterers Intervention Program through Crisis Connection, pay fines and costs. 

Superior Civil

Citibank, N.A. vs Patricia E. Sanchez, judgment for plaintiff, $3,164.

Grade A Transport, Inc. vs Laura Kline, judgment for plaintiff, $5,000 plus interest.

Superior Criminal

State of Indiana vs the following:

Jose Rodriguez Martinez, pled guilty to leaving the scene of an accident with bodily injury (count 1), class A misdemeanor; knowingly or intentionally operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license (count 2), class C misdemeanor; and operating a vehicle without financial responsibility (count 3), class A infraction; sentenced to 240 days in DCSC in count 1 and 60 days in count 2, to run concurrently, with defendant to serve entire sentence on 240 days of work release, driver’s license suspended 180 days, no contact with victim, pay fines and costs. 

Jessica L. Hardesty, pled guilty to obstruction of justice (count 1) and possession of methamphetamine (count 3), both level 6 felonies; sentenced to 240 days in DCSC in each count, to run concurrently, with defendant to not receive credit for the time she has already served on the contempt, leaving 92 days to serve (46 days if good time credit is earned), pay fines and costs.

Dillon R. Carpenter, dismissed. 

Mary C. Blume, dismissed.

Miranda R. Shoultz, dismissed. 

Timothy R. McKee, Jr., pled guilty to dealing in methamphetamine (count 1), level 3 felony, and possession of a controlled substance (count 3), class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 10 years in the Indiana Department of Correction in count 1 (7.5 years if good time credit is earned) and 365 days in DCSC in count 3 (182 days if good time credit is earned), to run concurrently and with credit for 200 days served, leaving remaining time to serve on four years of home detention with GPS monitoring, obtain drug and alcohol assessment 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.

Darren S. Scraper, pled guilty to operating a vehicle with an ACE of 0.15 or more with a prior conviction (count 2), level 6 felony; possession of marijuana (count 3), class B misdemeanor; and possession of paraphernalia (count 4), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 734 days in DCSC in count 2, 180 days in count 3 and 60 days in count 4, to run concurrently and with credit for time served, leaving remaining time to serve on 730 days work release (365 days if good time credit is earned), driver’s license suspended 730 days, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

Kristyn E. Crabtree, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, level 6 felony; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, with credit for two days served, remaining time suspended to 361 days supervised probation, obtain drug and alcohol assessment and comply with all treatment recommendations, driver’s license suspended 90 days, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs. 

Brian S. Shoemaker, pled guilty to maintaining a common nuisance – controlled substances (count 1), level 6 felony, and possession of paraphernalia (count 3), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 30 days in DCSC in each count, to run concurrently, pay fines and costs.

Daniel L. Dupont, pled guilty to disorderly conduct, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 68 days in DCSC, with credit for 34 days served, pay fines and costs.

Jalouis Anthony Holland, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated (count 3), class A misdemeanor; possession of marijuana (count 5), class B misdemeanor; and possession of paraphernalia (count 6), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC in count 3, 180 days in count 5 and 60 days in count 6, to run concurrently and with credit for one day served, remaining time suspended to 363 days supervised probation, obtain drug and alcohol assessment and comply with all treatment recommendations, driver’s license suspended 90 days, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, pay fines and costs.

Kerstin U. Ice, pled guilty to maintaining a common nuisance (count 1), class A misdemeanor; possession of marijuana (count 2), class B misdemeanor; and possession of paraphernalia (count 3), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC in count 1, 180 days in count 2 and 60 days in count 3, to run concurrently, all suspended to 365 days supervised probation, obtain drug and alcohol assessment 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. 

Patricio Lozano, pled guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated (count 2), class A misdemeanor, and operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license (count 4), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC in count 2 and 60 days in count 4, to run concurrently and with credit for two days served, remaining time suspended to 181 days supervised probation followed by 180 days unsupervised probation, obtain drug and alcohol assessment 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. 

Abel Puentes Borrego, pled guilty to theft, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to pay fines and costs, shall not trespass at Jasper Wal-Mart.

Nurieska Diaz Padron, pled guilty to theft, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to pay fines and costs, shall not trespass at Jasper Wal-Mart.

April E. Blackwood, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 2), level 3 felony; dealing in marijuana (count 3), level 5 felony; and possession of a controlled substance (count 6), level 6 felony; sentenced to 10 years in IDOC in count 2 and two years in each of counts 3 and 6, to run concurrently and with credit for 119 days served, participate in IDOC Purposeful Incarceration Program (after which court will consider sentence modification), pay fines and costs.

Bruce M. Phillips, pled guilty to leaving the scene of an accident, class B misdemeanor; sentenced to 94 days in DCSC, with credit for two days served, remaining time to serve on 90 days of work release (45 days if good time credit is earned), driver’s license suspended 90 days, pay fines and costs. 

Stacy L. Mahaney, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 1), level 6 felony, and possession of paraphernalia (count 2), class C misdemeanor; sentenced to 120 days in DCSC in count 1 and 60 days in count 2, to run concurrently and with credit for 37 days served, pay fines and costs. 

Joshua Lee Burkeen, pled guilty to possession of methamphetamine (count 2) and unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon (count 3), both level 4 felonies; sentenced to four years in IDOC in each count, to run concurrently and with credit for 191 days served, pay fines and costs.

Lance R. Camplin, pled guilty to operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body with a prior conviction or while being under 21 years of age, level 6 felony; sentenced to 730 days in IDOC, with credit for three days served, remaining time to serve on 724 days home detention with GPS monitoring, complete all substance abuse or mental health treatments assigned by Community Corrections, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, driver’s license suspended 1,980 days, pay fines and costs.

Kyle A. Haley, pled guilty to conversion, class A misdemeanor; sentenced to 365 days in DCSC, with defendant to serve entire sentence on 365 days home detention with GPS monitoring, complete all substance abuse or mental health treatments assigned by Community Corrections, shall not possess or consume alcohol or controlled substances, submit to and pass random alcohol/drug screenings, no contact with victims and pay restitution to same, pay fines and costs.

Small Claims (New)

Procol, Inc. vs HTK Airsoft, complaint.

Small Claims

Jasper Leasing Company, Inc. vs Doug Watson, d/b/a The Jasper Dog Haus, default judgment for plaintiff, $3,950 plus interest and court costs.

Hoosier Accounts Service vs the following: Pamela K. Hobbs, judgment for plaintiff, $10,000 plus interest and court costs; Cynthia A. Bayer, judgment for plaintiff, $2,906.47 plus interest and court costs; Elizabeth M. Klem, default judgment for plaintiff, $610.08 plus interest and court costs; Sonia Mendez, default judgment for plaintiff, $4,941.67 plus court interest and court costs. 

Messmer Mechanical, Inc. vs Gary Riggs, default judgment for plaintiff, $620.72 plus interest and court costs. 

Procol, Inc. vs Courtney Vincent, judgment for plaintiff, $5,394.42 plus interest and court costs. 

Medical & Professional Collection Services, Inc. vs Tina M. Deich, judgment for plaintiff, $808.74 plus interest and court costs. 

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