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PUBLIC RECORD 07-02-08

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Clay County Courthouse

The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse June 30-July 1.

Clay Superior Court -- Civil

Capital One Bank Vs. Jacklyn D. Robertson: Civil Collections

Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. Vs. Rhonda J. Silvers and Terry G. Silvers: Civil Collections

Capital One Bank Vs. Christina D. Rose: Civil Collections

Chase Home Finance, LLC Vs. Cindy Wallen and Clay Community School Corporation: Mortgage Foreclosure

Capital One Bank Vs. Daniel E. Wilson: Civil Collections

Clay Circuit Court -- Civil

Arrow Financial Services, LLC Vs. Christopher Edwards: Civil Collections

Midland Credit Management Vs. Angela Newport: Civil Collections

Midland Credit Management Vs. Lisa H. Kleiber: Civil Collections

Westfield National Insurance Co. Vs. Deanna K. Golish: Civil Collections

Citimortgage, Inc. Vs. Shirley K. Stewart, Kevin L. Stewart and Home Equity of America, Inc.: Mortgage Foreclosure

US Bank National Association Vs. David T. Pratt, Christina Pratt, State of Indiana -- Department of Revenue and UNited States Internal Revenue Service: Mortgage Foreclosure

Small Claims

Indiana Emergency Physicians, LLP Vs. Dwayne A. Dove: Small Claims

Indiana Emergency Physicians, LLP Vs. Jeremy B. Batchelor: Small Claims

Indiana Emergency Physicians, LLP Vs. Jackie J. Gardner: Small Claims

O'Kelley Land Development, Inc. Vs. Jason Litz and Emily Litz: Small Claims

Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana Vs. Artistic Construction Company, Inc.: Small Claims

Britt Barter Vs. Tim Long and Jon Diamond: Small Claims

Marriage License Applications

Michael David Gallion, 18, Terre Haute, and Anola Jeanne Whitesell, 19, Brazil

Kevin Travis Myers, 21, Clay City, and Misty Dawn Schopmeyer, 23, Clay City

David Nicholas Smith, 20, Shelburn, and Elizabeth Joy Spidel, 19, Brazil

David Wade Slaven Jr., 40, Brazil, and Sherry Rose Cotton, 41, Brazil

State Criminal Charges

Derrick L. Wickware, 18: Receiving stolen property

Jeffrey L. Johns, 42: Public intoxication

Amos J. Hellman, 31: 1. Battery resulting in serious bodily injury 2. Domestic battery 3. Strangulation 4. Criminal confinement 5. Intimidation 6. Criminal recklessness resulting in serious bodily injury

Derek J. Latham, 20: 1. Possession of marijuana 2. Possession of paraphernalia

Tammy Zentko, 19: 1. Receiving stolen property 2. Theft (two counts)

Cecil Gayhart, 61: 1. Resisting law enforcement (two counts) 2. Intimidation 3. Battery 4. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person 5. Disorderly conduct

Betty L. Lewis, 65: 1. Operating with a BAC of .10 percent or a Schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person