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Public Record

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Clay County Courthouse

The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse March 12-17:

Clay Superior Court -- Civil

Citibank Vs. John A. Tabasco: Civil Collections

Midland Funding Vs. Justin James: Civil Collections

Arrow Financial Services Vs. Connie Rash: Civil Collections

Farm Credit Services of Mid-America Vs. Brian L. Norris and Beneficial Credit Services, Inc.: Mortgage Foreclosure

SAC Finance, Inc. Vs. Ronald Trimble: Civil Collections

Clay Circuit Court -- Civil

Starlet K. Buis Vs. Steven J. Buis: Domestic Relations

Republic Bank & Trust Company Vs. Ericka Rieckers: Civil Collections

Capital One Bank Vs. April D. Ray: Civil Collections

Midland Funding Vs. Kimberly Mullinix: Civil Collections

Beneficial Indiana, Inc. Vs. Michael P. Steele and Occupant(s): Mortgage Foreclosure

Shawn M. Welch Vs. Diane M. Welch: Domestic Relations

Chase Bank USA Vs. Scott J. Bicking: Civil Collections

Small Claims

Housing Authority of Brazil Vs. Michael Hunter and Jennifer Proctor: Small Claims

Riddell National Bank Vs. Sherry L. Rogers Clodfelter: Small Claims

Sean Rose Vs. Cindy Miller: Small Claims

Tommy J. Anderson II Vs. Zachary D. Goodman: Civil Tort

Clay County Board of Commissioners Vs. the following list of individual defendants: Brittany Kearby, Amy Julian, Earl Judy, Shawn Johnson, Brett Horn, William Harris, Jennifer Grigsby, Jennifer Gibbons, Jamie Fortner, Candace Ellis, Christopher Dillingham, Ricky Davis, Timothy Davenport, Benjamin Clinton, Zachary Clark, Randolf Cerrato, Jeffrey Brewer, Oscar Beltran, Aaron Bean, Carrie Bandy, Justin Sims, Joseph Simmons, Charles Schoemaker, Daniel B. Ross, Richard Rodriguez, Tammy Robinson, Erick Roberts, Eric Rich, Chris M. Traver, Dennis Stevens, Travis Souder, James Smith, Brittany Smith, Jana Woody, Allen Smith, Scott Moody, Duane White, Ancelmo Trejo, Demario Rawlings, Donald Raines, James Pifer, Michael Pinner and Roger Pelfree: Small Claims

Barbara A. Lamb Vs. Ricky K. Cooksey and United Farm Family Mutual Insurance Company: Civil Tort

Marriage License Applications

Jeffrey J. McCullough, 43, Brazil, and Melissa D. McCullough, 38, Brazil

State Criminal Charges

Erick A. Roberts, 28: Disorderly conduct

Jay A. Grigsby, 32: 1. Battery resulting in bodily injury (two counts) 2. Domestic battery 3. Disorderly conduct 4. Public intoxication

Jerry C. Lancaster, 28: 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .15 or more 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Amy P. Edmonson, 37: 1. Disorderly conduct 2. Public intoxication

Ronald E. Raines, 27: Theft

Shelly D. Williams, 43: 1. Receiving stolen property 2. Operating a vehicle with a Schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body

Landis E. Smith, 45: Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person

Robert L. McNeil III, 25: 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .08 or more 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

James W. Hamm, 40: 1. Operating a vehicle with a Schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body

Barry R. Zentko, 32: 1. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person, refusal 2. Failure to stop after accident resulting in non-vehicle damage 3. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Robert I. Denny, 19: 1. Dealing in methamphetamine 2. Possession of methamphetamine 3. Illegal possession of anhydrous ammonia or ammonia solution 4. Possession of chemical reagents or precursors with intent to manufacture a controlled substance 5. Visiting a common nuisance 6. Storage or transportation of anhydrous ammonia illegally 7. Possession of marijuana 8. Possession of paraphernalia

Kyle B. Compton, 28: 1. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated 2. Dealing in methamphetamine 3. Possession of methamphetamine 4. Illegal possession of anhydrous ammonia or ammonia solution 5. Possession of chemical reagents or precursors with intent to manufacture a controlled substance 6. Visiting a common nuisance 7. Storage or transportation of anhydrous ammonia illegally 8. Possession of marijuana 9. Possession of paraphernalia

Kenneth A. Bose, 45: 1. Dealing in methamphetamine 2. Possession of methamphetamine 3. Illegal possession of anhydrous ammonia or ammonia solution 4. Possession of chemical reagents or precursors with intent to manufacture a controlled substance 5. Visiting a common nuisance 6. Storage or transportation of anhydrous ammonia illegally 7. Possession of marijuana (two counts) 8. Possession of paraphernalia