Times-Union Court News 04-23-2002



Marriage Licenses
The following couples have applied for marriage licenses in the office of Kosciusko County Clerk Sharon Christner:
• Michael Alan Fussle, 20, South CR 75E, Warsaw, and Heidi Lynn Bowers, 20,
Sand Dollar Drive, Warsaw.
• Mark Allen Garrison, 37, and Carrie Aileen Culler, 26, both of East Wesley Lane, North Webster.
• Steven R. Jefferson, 45, South Buffalo Street, Warsaw, and Kelly A. Jefferson, 37, North Roosevelt Street, Warsaw.
• Daniel Raymond Markiewicz, 24, Chicago, Ill., and Julie Marie Leedy, 24, EMS B28B Lane, Pierceton.
• Rodney L. Mock, 46, and Vickie S. Wolfe, 46, Henderson Drive, Warsaw.
• Abel Pacheco, 25, Ligonier, and Katherine Joann Stanley, 19, U.S. 30E, Pierceton.
• Randy G. Pridemore, 49, and Sherry L. Blackburn, 35, both of South Main Street, Claypool.
• Timothy L. Roush, 44, and Lori L. Cinelli, 34, both of North Barbee Road, Warsaw.
• Tobias W. Troyer, 20, East 9B Road, Bourbon, and Velda Renae Yoder, 21, East CR 1050N, Nappanee.
• Peter Allen Wagoner, 22, West Emeline Street, Milford, and Taia Renee Pletcher, 23, East Cherokee Road, Syracuse.

Superior Court II
The following misdemeanors and 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 $329.50 in court costs:
Driving While Intoxicated – Fined $50 in March, sentenced to six days in jail and license restricted 180 days was Douglas E. Driver, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in March, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days were Patricia Hernandez, Milford; Kermit Tyson, Leesburg; and Derik J. Hettler, Claypool.
Fined $50 in February, sentenced to six days in jail and license restricted 180 days were Cindy L. Himes, Warsaw; Jeffrey D. Ousley, Warsaw; Dawnetta M. Dockery, Pierceton; Douglas E. Protzman, Warsaw; and Larry J. Hammonds, Claypool.
Fined $50 in February, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Joshua A. Dirck, Claypool.
Fined $100 in January, sentenced to 12 days in jail and license suspended 180 days were Brian C. Fearnow, Akron, and Jay L. Woods, Warsaw.
Fined $100 in January, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days were Michael J. Calobrace, Syracuse, and Jodi L. O’Brien, Leesburg.
Fined $100 in January, sentenced to six days in jail and license restricted 180 days were Seth Cartwright, Winona Lake, and Mark D. Walter, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in January, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days were Adam Robbins, Pierceton; John A. Culbertson, Warsaw; Joseanne Nyce, North Webster; Janice Mort, Syracuse; Lance W. Leeper, Warsaw; Robert F. Wescotte, Warsaw; Brian Jackson, Warsaw; Pablo Navarro, Warsaw; Jason A. Hepler, North Webster; and Elaine York, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in January, sentenced to six days in jail and license restricted 180 days were Chastity M. Hurd, Winona Lake; Tina R. Cline, Warsaw; Kathy L. Patrick, Mentone; and Lynn E. Cole, Milford.
Fined $50 in December, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Cesar Sanchez, Mentone.
Fined $170.50 in October, sentenced to 12 days in jail and license suspended 180 days was Tim Smith, Warsaw.
Fined $100 in October, sentenced to 12 days in jail and license restricted 180 days was Charles A. Brallier Jr., Silver Lake.
Fined $100 in October, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Jose F. Ybarra Jr., Warsaw.
Fined $70.50 in October, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Tina M. Smith, Nappanee.
Fined $50 in October, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was John K. Delong, Leesburg.
Fined $70.50 in September, sentenced to 14 days in jail and license suspended 180 was Jessica Kempler, Syracuse.
Fined $50 in September, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Gaurdencio Moyotl, Warsaw.
Fined $20.50 in September, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 was Ryan S. Caudill, Pierceton.
Fined $70.50 in August, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Kevin Bradley, Mentone.
Fined $250 in May, sentenced to 365 days in jail and license suspended one year was Curt Clevenger, Syracuse.
Fined $250 in April 2001, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 180 was Valentina Duff, Warsaw.
Fined $20.50 in March 2001, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Jason Stromat, Warsaw.
Driving While Intoxicated In A Manner That Endangers Another Person – Fined $100 in February, sentenced to 12 days in jail and license restricted 12 days was Michael R. Shortt, Pierceton.
Driving While Under The Influence Of A Controlled Substance – Fined $50 in January, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Leon T. Francis, Warsaw.
Fined $70.50 in April 2001, sentenced to six days in jail and license suspended 90 days was Steven Bentley, Warsaw.
The following people also paid $129.50 in court costs:
Driving While Suspended – Fined $50 in February and license suspended 90 days was Aimee E. Hamilton, North Manchester.
Fined $100 in January and license suspended 90 days were Eric J. Everest, Pierceton; Michael S. Wilcox, Etna Green; Mark R. Degroff, Syracuse; and Garrett D. Butler, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in January and license suspended 90 days were Aaron Ortiz, Warsaw; Robert L. Hall, Cromwell; and Michael A. Privett, Warsaw.
Driving Having Never Received A License – Fined $50 in December were Jose Hernandez, Warsaw, and Eduardo P. Terrazas, Warsaw.
Fined $25 in December was Robert M. Lozano, Warsaw.
Fined $20.50 in November was Angelica Castro, Milford.
Fined $25 in September were Gaurdencio Moyotl, Warsaw, and Jose Hernandez, Warsaw.
Fined $25 in March was Doroteo Paredes, Warsaw
Failure To Stop After An Accident – Judgment (court costs only) in October against John K. Delong, Leesburg.
Leaving The Scene Of An Accident – Fined $70.50 in June and license suspended 90 days was Adam Snyder, Warsaw.
The following people also paid $129 in court costs:
Illegal Possession Of Alcohol By A Minor – Fined $50 in March was Blakley M. Jones, Leesburg.
Fined $50 in February were Brandon C. Kelly, Warsaw; Joseph H. Bradshaw, Winona Lake; and Joshua A. Dirck, Claypool.
Fined $100 in January was Brooks D. Blanton, Rochester.
Fined $50 in January were Jason M. Baker, Warsaw; Pamela M. Davis, Warsaw; Jose A. Garza, Warsaw; Brooke R. Moore, Warsaw; Amy J. Nellans, Mentone; Jeffrey L. Shepherd, Warsaw; Eric S. Bussard, Warsaw; Erich M. Burner, Warsaw; Kathrine A. Buhrt, Winona Lake; Timothy C. Metzger, Silver Lake;
Also, Amanda L. Mudrack, Warsaw; Jessica A. Netzley-Metz, Warsaw; Jacquelyn M. Vogt, Warsaw; Isaac L. Perry, Warsaw; Keara A. Flaherty, Warsaw; Brian R.Whitaker, Warsaw; Stacy L. Tyler, Akron; James D. Eastwood, Claypool; Terry J. Dove, Warsaw; Curtis Longenbaugh, Syracuse; Benjamen C. Brazo, Mentone;
Also, Joshua G. Goon, Leesburg; Nicholas A. DeBatty, Warsaw; Joshua W. Newsome, Mentone; Daniel Garrido, Leesburg; Heather G. McDonough, Claypool; Nathan A. Shewman, Mentone; and Heather N. Hale, Warsaw.
Fined $46 in January was Paul Nine, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in December was Ernesto Rios, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in November were Aaron K. Brubaker, Claypool, and Robert F. Bryce, Warsaw.
Fined $71 in October was Jasper P. Shepherd, Pierceton.
Public Intoxication – Fined $46 in March were Anthony Washington, Warsaw, and Timothy W. Thinnes, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in February were Madeline J. Islas, Winona Lake; Maria D. Chavez, Nappanee; and Danny J. Manges, Milford.
Fined $46 in February was Charles Dippon, Syracuse.
Fined $50 in January were Ted A. Groves, Claypool; Juan Larios, Bourbon; Robert Pindar, Leesburg; Sean Ransome, Warsaw; Michele R. Veach, Claypool; and Kirk D. LeCount, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in December was Martin Tlahuel, Winona Lake.
Fined $50 in November was Aaron K. Brubaker, Claypool.
Fined $46 in October was Sharon Holloway, Warsaw.
Judgment (court costs only) in October against Becky J. Kern, North Webster.
Fined $46 in July was Joe E. Anderson, Larwill.
Possession Of Marijuana – Fined $1 in February, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Matthew A. Mikel, Mentone.
Fined $100 in February, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Jeffery C. Darnell, Claypool.
Fined $171 in October, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Troy T. Thomas, Syracuse.
Fined $71 in October, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Michael A. Vining, Warsaw.
Fined $50 in October, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Jose F. Ybarra Jr., Warsaw.
Judgment (court costs only) in September against and ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Jessica Kempler, Syracuse.
Fined $100 in July, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Sara L. Ellison, Warsaw.
Fined $71 in July was Calvin Klumpp, Claypool.
Fined $250 in April 2001, ordered to pay a $200 drug interdiction fee and license suspended 180 days was Logan Lees, Syracuse.
Disorderly Conduct – Fined $75 in February was Sandra R. Johnson, North Webster.
Fined $71 in October was Becky J. Kern, North Webster.
Fined $71 in June was Melody A. Harding, Warsaw.
Fined $250 in May was Richard Kidd, Syracuse.
Judgment in May against Brian Lee Neher Hale, Warsaw.
False Informing – Fined $200 in February was Jessica Fields, Pierceton.
Fined $100 in December was Henry V. Reyes, Leesburg.
Conversion – Fined $100 in February was Brian D. Redden, Warsaw.
Fined $100 in January were Katrina L. Kuczewski, Warsaw; Tanya L. Fetters, North Webster; and Jessica J. Riffle, Leesburg.
Fined $100 in November was Aaron K. Brubaker, Claypool.
Fined $50 in October was Isaiah A. Neer, North Webster.
Fined $71 in September was Chris Vander Reyden, Milford.
Fined $500 in January 2001 was Joseph Eccleston, Syracuse.
Domestic Battery – Fined $100 in February and ordered to pay a $50 domestic violence prevention fee was Billy Joe Goble, Warsaw.
Fined $71 in September and ordered to pay a $50 domestic violence prevention fee was Scott A. Freeman, Winona Lake.
Battery – Fined $27 in January and ordered to pay a $100 child abuse prevention fee was Ryan Wolf, Warsaw.
Fined $71 in November was Shawn Jones, Cromwell.
Fined $250 in September was Mike R. Marsh, Winona Lake.
Fined $71 in June was Michelle L. Kistler, Silver Lake.
Fined $250 in April 2001 and ordered to pay a $50 domestic violence prevention fee was Donald L. Combs, Syracuse.
Fined $100 in April 2001 and ordered to pay a $50 domestic violence prevention fee was William Lagenour, Cromwell.
Fined $250 in January 2001 and ordered to pay a $50 domestic violence prevention fee was Jessica Mullins, Claypool.
Invasion Of Privacy – Fined $100 in October was Goble Shepherd Jr., Warsaw.
Intimidation – Judgment (court costs only) in September against Scott A. Freeman, Winona Lake.
Being A Minor In A Tavern – Judgment (court costs only) in July against Joe E. Anderson, Larwill.
Resisting Law Enforcement – Fined $221 in July was Charles W. Martin, Pierceton.
Fined $100 in April 2001 was Donald L. Combs, Syracuse.
The following people also paid $79.50 in court costs:
Speeding – Fined $27 in March were Ronald L. Greer, 50, Silver Lake; Bryan L. Everett, 38, Winona Lake; Isaac Wildman, 19, Warsaw; Ryan J. Baldwin, 17, Warsaw; Stuart B. Ehereman, 20, Warsaw; Yavonda K. Myers, 31, Warsaw; Elias O. Sanchez, 40, Akron; Oscar Jimenez, 20, Akron; Lethi T. Love, 50, Leesburg; Samantha K. Biltz, 17, Leesburg;
Also, Jesse W. Shelton, 18, Silver Lake; Jason E. Swick, 26, Akron; Joel E. Wihebrink, 29, Warsaw; David V. Staker, 41, Warsaw; and Clayton D. Slone, 19, Warsaw.
Fined $27 in June were Benjamin S. Myers, 19, Nappanee, and Brett A. Bradley, 17, Bourbon.
Fined $12 in March were Deborah L. Edmonds, 37, Warsaw; Timothy L. Wilson, 47, North Webster; Jeremiah M. Lewis, 22, Leesburg; David S. Hartley, 30, Warsaw; Eric Hernandez, 24, Warsaw; Juan M. Carvajal, 72, Milford; Johnny G. Szoldrak, 52, Warsaw; and Beth A. Seslar, 50, Cromwell.
Fined $12 in January was Stephaney D. Narvaez, 26, Winona Lake.
Fined $12 in October was Juanita J. Shumaker, 38, Pierceton.
Fined $12 in July was Elva Malagon, 40, Warsaw.
Fined $12 in June was Antonio P. Mannella, 39, Syracuse.
Fined $7 in March was Timothy G. Kolar, 35, Warsaw.
No Valid License – Fined $7 in March was Eduardo Cuahuey, 26, Nappanee.
Disregarding A Traffic Signal – Fined $7 in March were Jerry F. Taylor, 58, Pierceton; Valerie J. Jeffrey, 22, North Webster; Arlyn J. Miller, 38, Leesburg; and Jacob L. Smith, 18, Warsaw.
Unsafe Movement – Fined $7 in March was Clarence W. McAfoose, 36, Silver Lake.
Expired Plates – Fined $7 in March were Thomas A. Bender, 35, Syracuse, and Deborah L. Powell, 44, Warsaw.
Fined $7 in January was Steve D. Underwood, 37, Winona Lake.
Failure To Signal – Fined $7 in March was Nicholas P. Shepherd, 17, Warsaw.
No Or Inadequate Muffler – Fined $7 in March was Daniel S. Hancock, 18, North Webster.
Driving Without Eyeglasses When Required – Brian F. Shroyer, 42, Pierceton.
Disregarding A Stop Or Yield Sign – Fined $7 in March was Jon P. Shopoff, 59, Syracuse.
Fined $7 in February were Phillip J. Warren, 27, Warsaw; Jodi L. O’Brien, 33, Warsaw; and Davin M. Scott, 18, Warsaw.
Fined $7 in January was Sean S. Naus, 28, Warsaw.
False Registration – Fined $7 in March was Kerry L. Morton, 33, Warsaw.
Fined $7 in July was Randy Oglesbee, 44, Syracuse.
Driving Left Of Center – Fined $7 in July was Earl J. Schafstall, 17, Syracuse.
The following people were assessed no court costs:
Violation Of Seat Belt Law – Fined $20 in March were Matt S. Binford, 37, Warsaw; Juan C. Rico, 23, Warsaw; Carolina Centeno, 41, Warsaw; Matthew G. Dewald, 21, Warsaw; Joe A. Robinson, 48, Leesburg; Jennifer D. Wagoner, 18, Silver Lake; Deniese K. Rickel, 34, Warsaw; Susaine D. Miller, 30, Warsaw; Craig V. Latham, 55, North Manchester; Socorro J. Vallejo, 29, Warsaw;
Also, Erica J. Durand, 24, Winona Lake; Tracy T. Presson 36, Claypool; Brandt A. Cox, 25, Winona Lake; Frank C. Hanson, 33, Warsaw; Rosario Canales, 29, Warsaw; Danny R. Blanton, 35, Warsaw; Floyd A. Study, 60, Warsaw; Eric C. Miller, 20, Warsaw; Judy Haywood, 27, Pierceton; Travis S. Miller, 25, Silver Lake;
Also, Kathy L. King, 43, Warsaw; Diana L. Barnhart, 27, Atwood; Faith L. Clintworth, 35, Warsaw; Daniel L. Loney, 43, Warsaw; Charles E. Cole, 55, Warsaw; Juan C. Rico, 23, Warsaw; Teresa L. Miranda, 21, Warsaw; Julia A. McKinney, 51, Warsaw; Ryan S. Hernandez, 21, Warsaw; Nicholas J. Crabtree, 17, North Webster;
Also, Paul E. Copeland, 44, Warsaw; Nancy L. Corl, 45, Warsaw; Dawn Ziemek, 33, Akron; Charles H. Jones, 52, Warsaw; Michelle R. Mayer, 28, Warsaw; Jason L. Forschner, 22, Warsaw; Jennifer C. Barrett, 20, Warsaw; Brenda C. Mullins, 51, Warsaw; Rusty L. Jefferson, 23, Syracuse; Gabriel V. Rajer, 18, Winona Lake;
Also, Amanda L. Mullins-Ulrey, 30, Warsaw; Gregory D. Potton, 39, Mentone; Sharlene M. Momeyer, 39, Warsaw; Rebecca L. Vance, 35, Warsaw; Anthony D. Bellamy, 28, Claypool; Tasha J. Blankenship, 21, Winona Lake; Michelle D. Schue, 18, Leesburg; Adam D. Graf, 20, Akron; Daniel G. Ryan, 39, Claypool; Ashley N. Moody, 15, Warsaw;
Also, Sherlock Harrison Jr., 30, Warsaw; Dustin P. Cordill, 18, Warsaw; Peggy L. Toedter, 35, Claypool; Gloria J. Elliott, 42, Warsaw; Emily J. Hill, 16, Warsaw; Nicholas A. Clabaugh, 18, Silver Lake; Ryan J. Rhoades, 25, Warsaw; Alex Moyotl, 17, Winona Lake; Bryon E. Gordon, 20, Winona Lake; Timothy P. Cleveland, 26, Warsaw;
Also, Jeremy L. Miller, 24, Warsaw; Tabatha L. Meadows, 23, Mentone; Ryan C. Raver, 19, Warsaw; Tami L. Wahlgren, 29, Syracuse; Joshua A. Saylor, 24, Warsaw; Nicholas D. Deck, 22, Winona Lake; Rusty L. Jefferson, 23, Syracuse; and Lloyd C. Barden, 80, Winona Lake.
Fined $20 in February was Nicholas R. Oberkiser, 18, North Manchester.
Fined $20 in December was Darrin Conley, 33, Winona Lake.
Fined $20 in September were Dennis D. Shumaker, 40, Pierceton, and Elizabeth A. Moore, 21, Bourbon.
The following people were found not guilty of charges:
Public Intoxication – (October) Sonya L. Bunch, North Manchester.
Battery – (August) Aaron N. Arnett, Mentone; (January 2001) Brian R. Glover, Syracuse.
Failure To Stop After An Accident – (February 2001) Mustapha Koukabe, Winona Lake.
Criminal Trespassing – (January 2001) Richard Dickerhoff, Mentone.
Charges were dismissed against the following people:
Check Deception – (March) Misty Vining, Warsaw (two counts); Tara Walker, Warsaw (seven counts); Craig W. Worl, Pierceton; Terri Wright, Milford; Daniel Spangle, Warsaw; Michael Rigney, Warsaw (15 counts); Sally Nelson, Warsaw (eight counts); Ron Redden Jr., Winona Lake; (February) Teresa Ho, Warsaw; Shena Goodyear, North Webster; Heather Gutowski, Mentone (two counts); David Hale, Etna Green (three counts); Jay Brewer, Warsaw; Earl A. Cobb, Mentone (three counts); Theresa Daggett, Warsaw; Chris Beck, Winona Lake; Michael Adams, Pierceton; (November) Sara Zollinger, Syracuse (two counts); Stephen Roberts, Warsaw; Tammy Dishman, Winona Lake (12 counts); (September) Amanda Nine, Pierceton; Dillon Ritter, Warsaw (two counts); Earl Cobb, Mentone; Michael Hale, Warsaw; (August) Dillon Ritter, Warsaw (three counts); (July) Adam Harter, Warsaw; Tina Hernandez, Warsaw; Anna Daniels, Milford; (June) Krystal Davis, Warsaw; (March 2001) Dennis Detwiler, Syracuse; (January 2001) Corey Habegger, Syracuse.
False Informing – (January) Paula M. Fitzpatrick, Pierceton.
Driving Having Never Received A License – (January) Miguel Moyotl, Winona Lake; (December) Cesar Sanchez, Mentone.
Possession Of Marijuana – (December) Robert Yeazel, Pierceton; (July) Romualdo Victoriano, Nappanee.
Battery – (November) Jimmie W. Elliott, Warsaw; (October) Becky J. Kern, North Webster; (July) Kristina Smith, Syracuse; (May) Brian Lee Neher Hale, Warsaw.
Visiting A Common Nuisance – (October) Troy T. Thomas, Syracuse.
Illegal Possession Of Alcohol By A Minor – (October) Margo P. Morris, Warsaw.
Driving While Suspended – (October) Jason Halsey, Syracuse; (July) Roni Mikesell, Warsaw; (March 2001) Jason Stromat, Warsaw.
Criminal Recklessness – (August) Kevin Bradley, Mentone.
Driving While Intoxicated – (July) Daniel Hill, Silver Lake.
Resisting Law Enforcement – (July) Roni Mikesell, Warsaw.
Disorderly Conduct – (July) Joe E. Anderson, Larwill.
Reckless Driving – (May) Curt Clevenger, Syracuse.

Superior Court I
Filings
The following petitions were filed in Kosciusko Superior Court I with Judge Duane G. Huffer presiding:
Complaints
• Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals v. Richard J. Mackensworth and Jean M. Roder, East Bowser Road, Syracuse. Plaintiff seeks that the defendants cease using their real estate in violation of Kosciusko County Zoning Ordinance and that they obtain the necessary improvement location permit and/or variance, if this is possible. Plaintiff also seeks court costs and that penalties be assessed until compliance is made.
• Martin Financial Management v. Jerry D. and Rachelle L. Phillips, South CR 300E, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $3,840.50 due on assigned accounts, plus interest and court costs.
• Chancellor’s Learning Center v. Vallaree Swain, South Buffalo Street, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $3,028.50 due on account, plus court costs.
• Bank One/NA v. Lisa McKrill, also known as Lisa Dolbee, and Matthew C. Dolbee, South CR 175W, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $123,216.87 due on promissory note, plus interest, 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 Corp., v. Charles A. and Kristl K. Andrews, North Hiawatha Lane, Syracuse. Plaintiff seeks $18,967.50 due on agreement, plus interest, attorney fees and court costs.
• Helvey & Associates Inc. v. Christina M. Dove, North Barbee Road, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $6,806.30 due on assigned accounts, plus interest and court costs.
• Rink, LLC, v. the unknown heirs of Marion L.Redmon, the unknown heirs of Dottie Redmon, Herbison Marine Corp. and interested parties. Plaintiff seeks to quiet title to real estate in the third addition to Ralph Metzler’s Subdivision on Dewart Lake.
• Midfirst Bank v. Larry R. Bowen, West Market Street, Pierceton. Plaintiff seeks $75,048.85 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Cendant Mortgage Corp. v. Elizabeth A. McDevitt, Shannon Drive, Wadsworth, Ohio, and Christopher D. Kehler, East Main Street, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $108,270.68 due on promissory note, plus interest, attorney fees, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage as prior to liens, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Westfield Insurance Co. v. Jesse Budd, East Levi Lee Road, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $1,287.88 as paid to its insured claimant after a June 23, 2000, auto accident on Armstrong Road. Plaintiff also seeks interest and court costs.
• Helvey & Associates v. Terry L. and Eva J. Bowser, East CR 500N, North Webster. Plaintiff seeks $11,263.30 due on assigned accounts, plus interest and court costs.
Marriage Dissolution
Cole
Lynn E. Cole, East CR 1150N, Milford, and Lisa M. Cole, Kosciusko County. They were married July 25, 1998, and separated Jan. 11, 2002. There are no minor children.

Superior Court I
Judgments
The following judgments were awarded in Kosciusko Superior Court I with Judge Duane G. Huffer presiding:
Complaints
• Martin Financial Management Inc. v. Trenton Eli Walls. Plaintiff awarded $4,407.95 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Credit Acceptance Corp. v. Robert E. Workman. Plaintiff awarded $13,678.46 by default.
• Hurley State Bank v. Charles E. Pratt. Plaintiff awarded $2,045.52 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Conseco Finance Servicing Corp. v. Rebecca and Steven Hall. Plaintiff awarded $42,346.08 by default, plus court costs and possession of manufactured home, with sale thereof to satisfy judgment.
• Bankers Trust Co. v. Terry Bowser, et al. Plaintiff awarded $28,656.47 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.
• Pierceton Rotary Drilling Inc. v. Romes Construction Inc. Plaintiff awarded $17,669.98 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Legal Recoveries Inc. v. Tricia C. Spade. Plaintiff awarded $2,517.90 by default, plus interest, $706.21 in attorney fees and court costs.
• DeLaughter-McKee Mortuary Inc. v. Steven White. Plaintiff awarded $5,484.10 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Erie Insurance Group v. Andrew Wright. Plaintiff awarded $6,523.77 by default, plus court costs.
• Otis R. Bowen Center for Human Services Inc. v. Mighty Michael Reid. Plaintiff awarded $1,435.04 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• SAC Finance Inc. v. Dennis L. Kauffman. Plaintiff awarded $5,575.87 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• First North American National Bank v. Priscilla A. Case. Plaintiff awarded $7,340.93 b default, plus interest and court costs.
• David C., Stephanie, Darlene and Christopher Holzclaw v. Kosciusko County Board of Zoning Appeals and ERI Housing Inc. The decision of the KCBZA allowing the request of ERI Housing is sustained.
• Capital One Realty Inc. v. Owen L. and Michelle Hines, et al. Plaintiff awarded possession of mobile home and Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles ordered to issue a new title for it. Court costs taxed to plaintiff.
• Helvey & Associates Inc. v. Suzanne and Brad D. Bibler. Plaintiff awarded $7,529.57 by default, plus court costs.
Dismissals
The following case was dismissed with prejudice:
• Rosa Garcia-Kindig v. Michael Bornes.
The following cases were dismissed without prejudice:
• Brenda Slone v. Alan Martindale, DPM.
• Beneficial Indiana Inc. v. Leigh Calloway.
Marriage Dissolutions
The following dissolutions were finalized on the dates indicated:
• Annette L. (former name Eagle restored) and Ronald W. Cathers. Mother and father each awarded custody of one of couple’s two minor children. Father ordered to pay $47 per week in child support. April 12.
• Lisa J. and Robert E. Hay. Mother awarded custody of couple’s two minor children. Father ordered to pay $176.74 per week in child support. April 12.
Dismissal
The following dissolution proceeding was dismissed:
• Samuel D. and Karen I. Brown.

Circuit Court
Filings
The following petitions were filed in Kosciusko Circuit Court with Judge Rex Reed presiding:
Complaints
• Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp., formerly known as Chemical Residential Mortgage Corp., v. Thomas A. and Wilma J. McElroy, East CR 500N, Leesburg; TAR Preferred Mortgage Corp.; and Snow & Sauerteig. Plaintiff seeks $89,802.99 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.
• Homecomings Financial Network Inc. v. Rex Allen Boxell, Pearson Boulevard, Silver Lake, and John and Jane Doe, South Roosevelt Street, Silver Lake. Plaintiff seeks $54,107.73 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.
• Ream Steckbeck Paint Co. v. Marva Custom Homes, LLC, Woodlawn Drive, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $6,505.95 due on agreement, plus court costs.
• Kresteen K. England v. Shawn L. and Dawn E. Morton, East High Street, Atwood, and Homecoming Financial, Dallas, Texas. Plaintiff seeks $3,648.80 due on mortgage, plus interest, and $3,000 due on loan, plus interest and attorney fees.
• First Financial Savings Bank v. Rex A. and Kimberly R. Long, North CR 100E, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $101,782.20 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.
• James W. and Brenda Houtz v. Michael J. Bunner, Lima, Ohio, and Bee Lines Inc., Ottoville, Ohio. Plaintiffs seek an unspecified amount for injuries and damage resulting from a June 5, 2001, auto accident near the intersection of U.S. 30 and Parker Street, Warsaw. Plaintiffs also seek court costs and request a trial by jury.
• Star Financial Bank v. Joel N. Holder, Kuder Lane, Warsaw, and Tiffany H. Holder, East Center Street, Warsaw; CitiFinancial Services Inc., Huntington; and Reed & Earhart Attorneys, P.C., South Buffalo Street, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $101,000.26 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.
• Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., as nominee for Homeside Lending Inc., v. Jose and Brenda Zuniga, East Burkhart Drive, Warsaw. Plaintiff seeks $81,310.51 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.
• Paul Wilyard v. Warsaw Convenience, LLC, and other unnamed parties. Plaintiff seeks an unspecified amount to compensate for injuries and damage resulting from a Dec. 18, 2001, fall at the gas station and convenience store on East Center Street in Warsaw. Plaintiff also seeks court costs and costs incurred.
Marriage Dissolutions
Decker
Cindy Decker, Old Road 30W, Warsaw, and Tom Decker, West CR 800S, Claypool. They were married July 1, 2000, and separated March 2, 2002. There are no minor children.
Linaweaver
Tammie Sue Linaweaver, Willow Lane, Warsaw, and Larry Paul Linaweaver, East Evergreen Drive, Warsaw. They were married Dec. 24, 2000, and separated March 13, 2002. There are no minor children.
McKrill
Miranda and Benjamin E. McKrill, East CR 200N, Warsaw. They were married Sept. 11, 1999, and separated Feb. 28, 2002. There are no minor children.
Morgan
David G. and Kelly Morgan, U.S. 30E, Pierceton. They were married Oct. 4, 1996, and separated April 8, 2002. There is one minor child.
Nickerson
Tammy Nickerson, Milford, and Shane A. Nickerson, North CR 300W, Milford. They were married May 5, 1995, and separated Feb. 1, 2002. There is one minor child.
Rodriguez
Basilio Rodriguez, North CR 175E, Warsaw, and Melly Ann Rodriguez, South Bend. They were married March 26, 1997, and separated on a date not indicated. There are no minor children.
Stutzman/Reynolds
Becky L. Stutzman, South Elm Street, Milford, and Drent Reynolds, East CR 400S, Pierceton. They were married Dec. 13, 2001, and separated March 23, 2002. There are no minor children.

Circuit Court
Judgments
The following judgments were awarded in Kosciusko Circuit Court with Judge Rex Reed presiding:
Complaints
• Union Federal Bank of Indianapolis v. Steven R. and Stephanie K. Boyer. Plaintiff awarded $131,700.80 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.
• National City Bank v. Stefanie and Mesude Mudd. Plaintiff awarded $2,817.09 from Mesude Mudd, plus interest and court costs. This case remains open against Stefanie Mudd.
• First Union Master Servicing v. Carla Risner or her unknown heirs and First Indiana Bank. First Indiana awarded $15,884.60 by default, plus interest, costs incurred and court costs. First Union awarded $61,493.60 by default, plus interest, costs incurred, court costs and foreclosure of mortgage subject to First Indiana’s lien, with sale of real estate to satisfy judgment.
• Manufacturers & Traders Trust Co. v. Miguel Montante Esquivel and Donna L. Esquivel. Plaintiff awarded $104,152.98 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.
• The Collection Co. v. Sherry L. Stidams. Plaintiff awarded $4,213.65 by default, plus interest and court costs.
• Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc. v. Bryce J. Gilbert. Plaintiff awarded $67,379.68 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.
• Discover Bank v. Nicole R. Beam. Plaintiff awarded agreed judgment of $3,205.45, plus interest and court costs.
Name Change
• Jaime Sumpter Rivera’s request to change her name to Jaime Lyn Sumpter is granted.
Dismissals
The following cases were dismissed without prejudice:
• GMAC Mortgage Corp. v. Rodney Duzan.
• Bank One/NA v. Gregory K. and Diana B. Miller.
Marriage Dissolutions
The following dissolutions were finalized on the dates indicated:
• Cheri L. and Michael J. Timmreck. Couple awarded joint custody of their two minor children. April 11.
• David C. and Christie Lu Boesenberg. Mother awarded custody of couple’s three minor children. Father ordered to pay $185 per week in child support. April 12.
• Kristine and Chris Keener. Mother awarded custody of couple’s minor child. Father ordered to pay $117.49 per week in child support. April 12.
• Sunshine E. and Michael A. Kyler. April 15.
• Christopher and Sara M. Lenfestey. April 16.
• Shawn B. Hacker and Penny L. (former name Atchison restored). April 16.
Dismissal
The following dissolution proceeding was dismissed:
• Andrew S. and Jami A. Denney.
Other Action
• Jacalyn Lee Craig v. Donald K. Craig. This case is transferred to Fulton Circuit Court, which is the proper venue for the case.
• Dale and Mary Jane Miller v. Scott Pinkowski, Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. and American National Property and Casualty Co. This case is referred to mediation, with Thomas R. Lemon presiding.
• Herbert and Mary J. Neff v. Chris and Sharon Fowler. This case is referred to mediation, with Thomas R. Lemon presiding.
• Patrick Pfefferkorn and Nicole Eisaman v. Michael S. Shepherd. This case is referred to mediation, with Daniel J. Sigler presiding.
• Phillip C. Brown II’s probationary license issued April 15, 1999, is terminated and his full driving privileges are restored.
• Chelsea Metzger, a minor by her next friends, Libby L. and Brian K. Metzger, and Libby L. and Brian K. Metzger, individually, v. Dorothy M. Willis. This case is referred to mediation, with Daniel J. Sigler presiding.

Bankruptcies
The following is an explanation of bankruptcy terms:
Chapter 7: Liquidation. A court-appointed trustee liquidates the assets of an individual or firm and distributes them to creditors on a prorated basis.
Chapter 11: Business reorganization. Debtor retains possession of assets and attempts to remain in business by proposing a plan of reorganization to pay all or a portion of debts from future earnings.
Chapter 13: For individuals with regular income. Often called “wage earner plan.” Debtor retains assets and agrees to pay all or a portion of debts from future earnings over a three- to five-year period.
Chapter 12: The family farm bankruptcy proceeding. It is a hybrid between Chapter 13 and Chapter 11. A trustee is appointed, but the debtors remain in possession of their assets and propose to pay all or a portion of debts from future earnings over a three- to five-year period.
• Michael Bryant, 1104 Arbutus Trail, Warsaw. Chapter 7. Assets: $109,900. Debts: $113,146.
• Jason Calvert and Christine Calvert, also known as Christine Kreighbaum, 1505 Pine St., Rochester. Chapter 13. Assets: $11,900. Debts: $43,267.
• Brian Clark, 2011 Wolf Point Drive, Rochester. Chapter 7. Assets: $9,756. Debts: $17,369.
• Jamie Colt, 641 N. Johnson St., Warsaw. Chapter 7. Assets: $7,860. Debts: $35,508.
• Alan Coplin, 11739 N. Elm Grove Drive, Syracuse. Chapter 7. Assets: $1,750. Debts: $42,129.
• Dale Hammond, 7994 Tippecanoe Shores, Tippecanoe. Chapter 7. Assets: $4,640. Debts: $211,512.
• Melissa Knapp, 8286 S. CR 425W, Claypool. Chapter 13. Assets: $76,864. Debts: $100,214.
• Kathy Letsch, 3891 E. CR 400N, Warsaw. Chapter 13. Assets: $190,200. Debts: 235,672.
• Karl Liming and Gwendolyn Liming, also known as Gwendolyn Davis and as Gwendolyn Litteral, 401 Ohio St., Rochester. Chapter 13. Assets: $19,900. Debts: $101,060.
• Nicholas Meadows and Chasity Meadows, also known as Chasity Harding, 12 Sheridan St., Warsaw. Chapter 13. Assets: $83,527. Debts: $83,361.
• Jerry and Linda Schnieb, 8075 Ind. 25S, Rochester. Chapter 13. Assets: $73,966. Debts: $111,042.

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