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PUBLIC RECORD 5-28-11

Friday, May 27, 2011

Clay County Courthouse

The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse May 18-26:

Clay Superior Court -- Civil

Duquata R. Rankin Vs. Samuel E. Rankin: Domestic Relations

Midland Funding Vs. James Gregory: Civil Collections

Midland Funding Vs. Richard W. Pressel: Civil Collections

Capital One Bank Vs. Van A. Orman: Civil Collections

First Financial Bank Vs. James E. Pell, Shirley Pell, Pell Homes, Inc., James D. Pell, William E. Pell, Pellco, Inc., and Terre Haute Savings Bank: Mortgage Foreclosure

Kendra S. Light Vs. Joshua L. Light: Domestic Relations

Trena L. Sanchez Vs. Barry O. Sanchez Aponte: Domestic Relations

Clay Circuit Court -- Civil

Jillian C. Everhart Vs. Jarrod J. Everhart: Domestic Relations

Capital One Bank Vs. Joe J. Adkins: Civil Collections

Capital One Bank Vs. Jennifer Ziemendorf: Civil Collections

Capital One Bank Vs. Trent M. Dufour: Civil Collections

Discover Bank Vs. Tina D. Swan: Civil Collections

Jefferson Capital Systems Vs. Boe Vanatti: Civil Collections

Christina C. York Vs. Jason R. York: Domestic Relations

Arrow Financial Services Vs. Stephanie R. Ridge: Civil Collections

Small Claims

Progressive Southeastern Insurance Company Vs. David E. White: Civil Tort

Clay Community Scholl Corporation Vs. the following list of individual defendants: Katherine Gieseking, Greg Sanders and Terri Sanders, Renda Trammell, Rodney Nees, Jennifer Mullenix, Scott James, Shawn Gurley and Phillip Moran: Small Claims

Emmert Property Management Vs. Kim Foster: Small Claims

Robert Jenkins and Wilma Jenkins Vs. James Houck: Small Claims

Med-1 Solutions, LLC Vs. the following list of individual defendants: Duane Perry, Charlene Long, Julia Maurey, Patrick Haverkamp, Bryant Whitehead, Stacey Meek (Snap) and Matthew Greenwell: Small Claims

Logan McGinty Vs. Eric Liddle: Small Claims

Margaret Berry Vs. Stephanie Dorn: Small Claims

Marriage License Applications

Theodore John Erwin, 32, Brazil, and Kerri Anna Nicoson, 20, Brazil

David M. Parcus, 55, and Linda L. Ray, 58, Brazil

Nathan C. Logue, 24, Lewistown, Pa., and Christa N. Mullen, 22, Brazil

Christopher J. Hadley, 31, Clay City, and Jessie N. Walker, 29, Clay City

Nicholas Ryan Kilran, 23, Clay City, and Kahlaih Michelle Sutherland, 20, Terre Haute

James Dustin Auberry, 22, Brazil, and Angela Kay Knox, 20, Brazil

Michael D. Elliott Jr., 32, Clay City, and Amanda L. Hunter, 32, Clay City

State Criminal Charges

Melissa D. Buis, 34: Driving while suspended

John A. Batchelor, 58: Driving while suspended

James L. Callahan, 47: Battery resulting in bodily injury

Kendra M. Borders, 24: 1. Theft 2. Battery

George A. Gilbertson, 57: 1. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated 2. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .08 or more

Rex E. Sowers, 43: 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .15 or more 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Brian K. Marrero, 46: Criminal mischief

Joseph M. McBride, 33: 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .15 or more 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person

Robert L. Horsley, 59 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .15 or more (two counts) 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Dale D. Stienstra, 29: 1. Criminal trespass 2. Public intoxication

Abby R. Hughes, 27: 1. Forgery 2. Receiving stolen property 3. Obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or deceit

Ronald T. Cook, 44: 1. Operating a vehicle with a Schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in the body 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated

Lester A. Nolte Jr., 53: Driving while suspended

Rodney S. Glassburn, 42: 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .15 or more 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person

Rodney N. Higginbotham, 50: 1. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .15 or more 2. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- Endangering a person

Michael G. Samm, 31: Failure to return to lawful detention

William D. Sims, 46: 1. Dealing in a Schedule I, II or III controlled substance (two counts) 2. Dealing in a Schedule IV controlled substance (two counts) 3. Possession of a controlled substance (four counts) 4. Maintaining a common nuisance