Times-Union Court News 03-19-2002



Marriage Licenses
The following couples have applied for marriage licenses in the office of Kosciusko County Clerk Sharon Christner:
• Jeremy James Bartrom, 22, and Shamra Leigh Shaw, 22, both of East CR 200N, Warsaw.
• Steven Ray Bontreger, 26, North CR 1000W, Nappanee, and Cynthia Anne Kemp, 19, West CR 1000N, Nappanee.
• Charles D. Collins, 31, and Victoria L. Blankenship, 31, both of Morton Street, Warsaw.
• Jim Edward Hamilton, 30, and Jodie M. Wells, Waxwing Lane South, Warsaw.
• Gilbert Martinez III, 28, and Sara Elizabeth Wise, 25, both of Englewood, Colo..
• David Warren Todd, 19, Clinic Court, Warsaw, and Carlye Marie Gilliam, 18, East CR 175N, Warsaw.
Superior Court III
The following violation were recently admitted and adjudged in Kosciusko Superior Court III with Judge Joe V. Sutton presiding. Unless otherwise indicated, the conviction is for a Class D felony. The month the incident occurred is included to eliminate confusion.
The following people also paid $129.50 in court costs during sentencing in January:
Driving While Intoxicated – Fined $70.50 from a November offense; sentenced to 24 months in jail, of which 22 months were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Michael R. Vanderford, 40, North Manchester. The jail term can be served in work release if Vanderford is qualified for and accepted to it.
Vanderford also was sentenced to six months probation for battery, a Class B misdemeanor, and ordered to pay a $50 domestic violence fee.
Fined $120.50 from a September offense; sentenced to 1-1/2 years in jail, of which all but 60 days were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Richard Wayne Martin, 31, Cromwell. The jail term can be served in work release if Martin is qualified for and accepted to it.
Fined $20.50 from a October offense; sentenced to three years in jail, of which two years were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Jason D. Lewis, 28, Syracuse. The jail term can be served in work release if Lewis is qualified for and accepted to it.
Fined $129.50 from a July offense; sentenced to one year in jail, of which all but 60 days were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Angela Sue Marshall, 33, North Webster. The jail term can be served in work release if Marshall is qualified for and accepted to it.
Fined $129.50 from an October offense; sentenced to 18 months in jail, of which all but 60 days were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Shane D. Adams, 28, Silver Lake. The jail term can be served in work release if Adams is qualified for and accepted to it.
Fined $20.50 from a September offense; sentenced to three years in jail, of which all but 60 days were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Jose Lopez, 34, Warsaw. The jail term can be served in work release if Lopez is qualified for and accepted to it.
Fined $20.50 from an August offense; sentenced to 1-1/2 years in jail, of which all but 90 days were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee and a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee and to complete an alcohol treatment program and attend a Drunk Driving Impact Panel meeting; and driving privileges suspended one year was Robyn L. Mast, 41, Cromwell. The jail term can be served in work release if Mast is qualified for and accepted to it.
Driving While Intoxicated (Class A misdemeanor) – Fined $129.50 from a September offense; sentenced to one year in jail, of which all but six days were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $200 alcohol interdiction fee; and driving privileges suspended 90 days was Jeffrey A. Frazier, 31, Pierceton. The jail term can be served in work release if Frazier is qualified for and accepted to it.
Habitual Traffic Violator – Fined $370.50 from a July offense; sentenced to four years in jail, of which two years were suspended for probation; ordered to pay a $50 initial and $15 monthly probation user’s fee; and driving privileges suspended for life was Thomas G. Kinch, 38, Pierceton.
Fined $49.50 from an August offense; sentenced to 1-1/2 years in jail, of which one years was suspended for probation; ordered to reimburse Kosciusko County $350 in public defender fees; and driving privileges suspended 10 years was Donald L. Combs, 28, Syracuse.
Nonsupport Of A Child – Sentenced to three years probation and ordered to pay child support as it becomes due, plus $100 per month toward arrearage, was Daniel J. Gillum, 24, Pierceton.
Superior Court II
The following infractions were recently admitted and adjudged in Kosciusko Superior Court II with Judge James Jarrette presiding. The month the incident occurred is included to eliminate confusion.
The following people also paid $79.50 in court costs:
Speeding – Fined $100 in July was Matthew A. Klaassen, 19, Syracuse.
Fined $75 in October was Deborah R. Longenecker, 32, Leesburg.
Fined $27 in February were Monica R. Zehner, 51, Warsaw; Henry F. Alicea, 20, Warsaw; Ian J. Clark, 29, Warsaw; Scott J. Finney, 27, Akron; Brandon G. Halverson, 20, North Manchester; Larry P. Williams, 44, Warsaw; and Elyse L. Hardin, 17, Warsaw.
Fined $27 in January were Adam K. Rothenberger, 26, Warsaw; Sherri L. Nelson, 41, Warsaw; Melissa A. York, 16, Rochester; Steven A. Mellott Sr., 56, Bourbon; Travis J. Tanner, 24, Warsaw; Ray L. Hollett, 42, Warsaw; and James E. Pippenger, Nappanee.
Fined $27 in September were Donald L. Combs, 28, Syracuse, and Eric D. Carnes, 18, Mentone.
Fined $27 in August were Troy S. Ross, 33, Warsaw; Terry L. Miller, 19, Warsaw; and Donata K. Sturgill, 28, North Webster.
Fined $12 in February were Sarah E. Stephens, 24, Warsaw; Kristi L. Schlipf, 18, Milford; Ryan W. Faulkner, 19, Bourbon; Tony L. Cormeny, 42, Claypool; Dawn E. Kilander, 32, South Whitley; Michael S. Thomas, 17, Warsaw; Lucille P. Rector, 57, Warsaw; Samuel A. Hyden, 20, Leesburg; Camerin L. Carboneau, 16, Warsaw; Chad E. Grinder, 17, Rochester; Troy E. Miller, 17, Leesburg; and Norman L. McPeak, 58, Pierceton.
Fined $12 in January were Nicole S. Deford, 16, Warsaw; Andrius Zemaitis, 25, Warsaw; and Ryan W. Cheesman, 19, Rochester.
Fined $12 in December were Jonathan C. Olson, 20, North Webster, and David R. Cross, 38, Syracuse.
Fined $12 in November were Angela E. Ruden, 28, Etna Green, and Robin L. Jackson, 33, Cromwell.
Fined $12 in October was Daryl J. Shoemaker, 24, North Manchester.
Fined $12 in August was Joshua M. Berger, 21, Warsaw.
Fined $7 in February were Paul H. Clingerman, 19, Leesburg; Michael O’Brien, 50, Silver Lake; Elida Aramburo, 23, Milford; Nicole A. Derenzo, 20, Winona Lake; and Mildred C. Dunnuck, 37, Milford.
Fined $7 in January were Eric R. Lefavour, 30, Leesburg, and Cynthia J. Beehler, 36, Nappanee.
Fined $7 in July6 was Terry L. Miller, 19, Warsaw.
Judgment (court costs only) in August against Kevin D. Bradley, 36, Mentone.
Passing In Violation Of Signs Or Markings – Fined $7 in February was Blakley N. Jones, 18, Leesburg.
Fined $7 in January was Linda D. Land, 43, North Webster.
Improper Headlights – Fined $7 in February was James A. Richards, 22, Winona Lake.
Disregarding A Traffic Signal – Fined $7 in February were Michael P. Dennie, 42, Bourbon; Jose Ortega, 23, Akron; Curtis D. Barker, 16, Warsaw; Michelle L. Drudge, 21, North Manchester; and Shelley A. Smeltzer, 38, Warsaw.
Fined $25 in November was Tracy L. Overmyer, 34, Rochester.
Disregarding A Stop Or Yield Sign – Fined $7 in February were Gloria C. Stutzman, 44, Mentone; William J. Marsillett, Milford; Matthew R. Manuel, 23, Pierceton; and David M. Johnson, 32, Silver Lake.
Fined $7 in December was Tonia L. Starrett, 20, Syracuse.
Failure To Yield To Emergency Vehicle – Fined $7 in February was Dennis N. Hiatt, 18, Claypool.
No Valid License – Fined $7 in February were Maria Garcia, 36, Atwood; Guillermo Ahuatl, 31, Warsaw; Jose L. Lopez, 21, Warsaw; and Samuel A. Hyden, 20, Leesburg.
Fined $7 in January were Chad M. Williamson, 27, Warsaw; Gregory A. Gsell, 23, Winona Lake; and James V. Blair, 57, Pierceton.
Fined $7 in September was Roger D. Snyder, 61, Warsaw.
Expired Plates – Fined $7 in February were Nathan P. Turner, 19, Warsaw, and Robin A. Smith, 44, Pierceton.
Fined $7 in January were Lanyng C. Saul, 21, Silver Lake; Scott M. Warren, 25, Warsaw; and Julie Tuggle, 23, Silver Lake.
Fined $7 in October was Cammi L. Mustain, 23, Warsaw.
Fined $7 in September was Roger D. Snyder, 61, Warsaw.
Improper Passing To Right – Fined $7 in February was Ryne E. Hileman, 17, Warsaw.
Wrong Way On A One-Way Road – Fined $7 in February was Joseph H. Cutler III, 19, Warsaw.
Failure To Dim Lights – Fined $7 in February was Jose L. Lopez, 21, Warsaw.
Allowing Unlawful Use Of Vehicle – Fined $50 in February was Melissa Villa, 16, Warsaw.
Following Too Closely – Fined $7 in February was Jeremiah G. Mort, 20, Bourbon.
Fined $7 in January was Havilah A. Bruce, 19, Silver Lake.
Failure To Stop For A Train Signal – Fined $7 in February was Janice L. Perry, 53, Winona Lake.
Failure To Signal – Fined $7 in February was Jay L. Woods, 33, Warsaw.
Driving Without Proof Of Financial Responsibility – Fined $50 in January was Melissa S. Johnson, 20, Warsaw.
Driving Left Of Center – Fined $7 in January was Isaac D. Gibson, 22, Claypool.
Fined $7 in December was Zoda R. Akers, 23, Leesburg.
No License In Possession – Fined $7 in December were Jared A. Stephens, 18, Mentone, and Henry V. Reyes, 30, Leesburg.
Learner’s Permit Violation – Fined $7 in August was Erica Landeros, 25, Rochester.
No Windshield When Required – Fined $7 in July was Jose Gonzalez, 25, Warsaw.
Unsafe Movement – Fined $7 in July was Terry L. Miller, 19, Warsaw.
The following people were assessed no court costs:
Violation Of Seat Belt Law – Fined $20 in February were Thomas S. Armey, 25, Syracuse; Todd F. Landry, 40, Pierceton; Christopher G. Frey, 22, Silver Lake; Matthew R. Manuel, 23, Pierceton; Randall L. Hooley, 51, Bourbon; Mildred L.England, 45, Warsaw; and David E. Curtis, 39, Warsaw.
Fined $20 in January were Tony W. Judy, 43, North Manchester; Douglas L. Jordan, 45, Akron; and Estil K. Slone, 31, Claypool.
Fined $20 in October were Kyann D. Walker, 26, Warsaw, and Maria E. Cervantes, 29, Warsaw.
Fined $20 in September were Lindy D. Ramsey, 23, Warsaw; Donald L. Combs, 28, Syracuse; and Gerald W. Grider, 31, Warsaw.
Fined $20 in August was Chris W. Ross, 43, Syracuse.
Fined $20 in July was Terry L. Miller, 19, Warsaw.
Superior Court I
Filings
The following petitions were filed in Kosciusko Superior Court I with Judge Duane G. Huffer presiding:
Complaints
• Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Inc. v. Katherine F. Voyak, West Roy Drive, Claypool. Plaintiff seeks $67,851.41 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Rodrigo S. Nuno Jr., North Detroit Street, Warsaw, and Juan Tecaxco, Clinic Court, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $8,277.20 due on agreement, plus interest, $200 in attorney fees and court costs.
• Conseco Finance Servicing Corp. v. Steven and Rebecca Hall, East CR 200N, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $40,424.31 due on contract, plus due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of security agreement as prior to other liens, with possession and sale of manufactured home to satisfy judgment.
• Cavalry Investments, LLC, v. Timothy R. Glass, Inverness Point, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $2,419.81 due on assigned account, plus interest, attorney fees and court costs.
• Platinum Financial Service Corp., as assignee of Beneficial Loan, v. Michael Hackworth, South County Farm Road, Claypool. Plaintiff seeks $6,401.23 due on assigned account, plus interest and court costs.
Superior Court I
Judgments
The following judgments were awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court I with Judge Duane G. Huffer presiding:
Complaints
• United Farm Family Insurance, as subrogee of Bernlace Miller and Donna Fox, v. Darlow Abbott. Plaintiff awarded $6,817.50 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• CreditMax Inc. awarded the judgments noted by default against the following people: Michael E. Bailey, $6,157.55, and John D. and Margo Boyd, $9,123.79.
• Martin Financial Management Inc. v. John W. II and Roberta A. Stone. Plaintiff awarded $24,772.57 by default, plus interest, $2,000 in attorney fees and court costs.
• Sears, Roebuck & Co. v. Billy R. Wallen. Plaintiff awarded $3,337.36 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Indiana Receivables Inc. v. Sandy K. Stiles. Plaintiff awarded agreed judgment of $6,084.
• Helvey & Associates Inc. v. Peggy and Juan Gallegos. Plaintiff awarded $3,999.86 by default, plus interest and court costs.
Dismissals
The following cases were dismissed:
• Sharon K. Hollandsworth, also known as Sharon K. Heckman, v. Gene M. and Marilyn J. Farling, the Paul K. Miller Trust, the Mary M. Miller trust and Paul K. and Mary Miller.
• City of Warsaw v. Debra K. Thompson.
• City of Warsaw v. Paul E. Copeland.
The following cases were dismissed with prejudice:
• North Webster United Methodist Church v. Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals.
• Benjamin R. Gates v. Patrick R., Barbara and Jeffrey B. Kyler.
The following cases were dismissed without prejudice:
• Platinum Financial Servicing Corp. v. Jeri Bostic.
• American Acceptance v. Dana Call.
• Teachers Credit Union v. James E. Rose.
• Associates Home Equity Services Inc. v. Terry R. Bartley, et al.
• Platinum Finance Servicing Corp., as assignee of NationsBank, v. Barry W. Demuth.
• Ford Motor Credit Co. v. Adrian H. and Irma G. Ramos.
• American Acceptance Co., LLC, v. Seward A. Guy.
• Sears, Roebuck & Co. v. Patricia J. Workman.
• Irwin Mortgage Corp. v. Paul T. and Frythany A. Berkey and Old Kent Bank.
Marriage Dissolutions
The following dissolutions were finalized on the dates indicated:
• Cassidy A. Rodnick and Russell A. Schenck. Couple awarded joint custody of their minor child. March 5.
• Carole D. and Horton E. Mayo IV. Mother awarded custody of couple’s two minor child. Father ordered to pay $150 per week in child support. March 8.
Circuit Court
Filings
The following petitions were filed in Kosciusko Circuit Court with Judge Rex Reed presiding:
Complaints
• Kathleen Prater v. Kishan T. Kishan, M.D.; Warsaw Medical Group; and Kosciusko Community Hospital. Plaintiff seeks an unspecified amount to compensate for losses resulting from alleged negligence and malpractice.
• GMAC Mortgage Corp. v. Rodney S. Duzan, Blue Heron Drive, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $120,402.59 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Associates Commercial Corp. v. Stonecreek Homes Inc., North Detroit Street, Warsaw; Dave and Mary Ann Creighton, West Russell Avenue, Warsaw; Jeff and Vicky Owens, South Maple run, Warsaw; and James Epperson, Cythiana. Plaintiff seeks $50,086.81 due on agreement, plus interest, costs incurred, court costs, attorney fees and possession of mobile home.
• Morequity Inc. v. Enrique Marquez, also known as Enrique Borders, and Sharon Borders, South Union Street, Warsaw, and Bankers Trust Co. of California. Plaintiff seeks $55,607.43 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Frances Slocum Bank v. Scott J. Dalton, Marion. Plaintiff seeks $22,068.57 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Ahmad Said v. George Rogers and Roger J. Hebert, St. David, Maine. Plaintiff seeks an unspecified amount to compensate for injuries and damage resulting from a March 7, 2000, auto accident near the intersection of U.S. 30 and CR 350W. Plaintiff also seeks court costs and requests a trial by jury.
• American General Finance v. Welson K. Nuell, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $4,645.88 due on promissory note, plus interest and court costs.
• David L. Shafer v. Ruth Julia Boner, Columbia City. Plaintiff seeks to dissolve Preferred Associates, LLC, and to windup and liquidate Preferred’s business and affairs.
• Frances Kay and Keith A. Lahey v. McDonald’s Corp., North Detroit Street, Warsaw. Plaintiffs seek an unspecified amount to compensate for injuries suffered by Frances Lahey in a June 15, 2000, fall inside the Warsaw restaurant. Plaintiffs also seek court costs.
• Atlantic Mutual Companies, as subrogee of Michael Anderson, v. Bradley Woodson, Battlecreek, Mich., and Chriscinda Stephens, Kalamazoo, Mich. Plaintiff seeks $4,881.49 as paid to insured claimant, Anderson, after a June 25, 2000, auto accident on U.S. 30. Plaintiff also seeks court costs.
• Bank One/NA v. Damien and Ginger Carboneau, Fairlane Drive, Warsaw; Warsaw Community Schools; and Gerald and Mary Ford, Wolcottville. Plaintiff seeks $54,789.94 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Bank One/NA v. Merlyn D. Umbaugh, East Eli Lilly Road, Syracuse. Plaintiff seeks $251,264.89 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Washington Mutual Bank, successor by merger to Bank United, v. Mark A. and Linda L. Stollar, North Westwood Street, Warsaw, and National City Bank, Indianapolis. Plaintiff seeks $92,602.86 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Richard A. Sexton v. Keisha L. England, EMS T26 Lane, Leesburg. Plaintiff seeks $3,700 for damage resulting from a Nov. 25, 2001, auto accident near the intersection of Ind. 15 and CR 300N.
Marriage Dissolutions
Fletcher
Rachelle and James Brent Fletcher, North CR 450W, Warsaw. They were married Aug. 15, 1998, and separated Feb. 14, 2002. There are no minor children.
Foster
Lee Ann S. Foster, West Maple Lane, Claypool, and James E. Foster, North CR 175E, Warsaw. They were married March 14, 1976, and separated Aug. 1, 2001. There is one minor child.
Hale
Melody Hale, East Center Street, Warsaw, and Christopher Hale, East Heritage Drive, Pierceton. They were married Feb. 20, 1998, and separated Feb. 13, 2002. There are no minor children.
Hunter
Laura L. Hunter, North Lake Street, Warsaw, and Kevin Maurice Hunter, West CR 700S, Claypool. They were married Oct. 21, 1989, and separated Feb. 2, 2002. There is one minor child.
Levitz
Connie Levitz, Kosciusko County, and Charles F. Levitz IV, East Pine Drive, Warsaw. They were married June 19, 1999, and separated Jan. 7, 2002. There are no minor children.
Little
Billie Jean Little, East Sycamore Street, Silver Lake, and Mitchell J. Little, Wabash. They were married Dec. 8, 2000, and separated March 6, 2002. There are no minor children.
Long
Rebecca M. Long, East CR 600S, Claypool, and Eldon Long, East Clark Street, Warsaw. They were married June 30, 2000, and separated Feb. 20, 2002. There is one minor child.
Morgan
Tamara Jo Morgan, West CR 600S, Claypool, and Gary Lynn Morgan Jr., East Walnut Drive, Syracuse. They were married June 6, 2000, and separated Feb. 28, 2002. There are no minor children.
Vining
Regina Vining, East Market Street, Pierceton, and Fred Vining, West CR 525S, Claypool. They were married Dec. 23, 2001, and separated Feb. 8, 2002. There are no minor children.
Circuit Court
Judgments
The following judgments were awarded in Kosciusko Circuit Court with Judge Rex Reed presiding:
Complaints
• The Chase Manhattan Bank v. Michelle Beatty. Plaintiff awarded $$40,087.37 by default, plus interest, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Beneficial Indiana Inc., doing business as Beneficial Mortgage Co., v. Mary L. and Denver Craft Jr., et al. Plaintiff awarded $66,472.44 by default, plus interest, court costs, costs incurred and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• LaSalle Bank/NA v. Mark D. and Linda S. Mallane and CitiFinancial Services Inc. Plaintiff awarded $190,471.48 by default, plus interest, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• United Credit Union v. Alfred McDonald. Plaintiff awarded $6,780.11 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Bankers Trust Co. of California/NA v. Bernadine A. and Roger Lee Blair, et al. Plaintiff awarded $84,854.98 by default, plus interest, court costs, costs incurred and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to other liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Associates Financial Service Inc., now known as CitiFinancial Service Inc., v. James Shuster. Plaintiff awarded $10,300 by default, plus court costs.
Dismissals
The following cases were dismissed without prejudice:
• Kosciusko County Health Department v. R&F Development.
• First Horizon Home Loan Corp., doing business as MNC Mortgage, v. Betty J. Sult.
Marriage Dissolutions
The following dissolutions were finalized on the dates indicated:
• Annette and Jeff Clark. Mother awarded custody of couple’s three minor children. Father ordered to pay $270 per week in child support. March 5.
• Phillip J. and Cheryl Moore. March 6.
• Tasha (former name Owens restored) and Shane Ray. Mother awarded custody of couple’s minor child. Father ordered to pay $50 per week in child support. March 7.
• Jamie L. and Joey Dillon. Mother awarded custody of couple’s two minor children. Father ordered to pay $110 per week in child support. March 7.
• Sherri and Mark L. Brumblow. Mother awarded custody of couple’s two minor children. Father ordered to pay $135 per week in child support. March 12.
• Brock and Kristina A. Wilson. March 13.
• Renee (former name Reneker restored) and Scott M. Robinson. March 13.
Other Action
• Diane and William Music v. Jay Feldman and Grange Mutual Casualty Co. This case is referred to mediation, with Daniel J. Sigler presiding.

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