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Public Record

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Clay County Courthouse

The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse Aug. 8-11:

Clay Circuit Court -- Civil

Atlantic Credit and Finance Vs. Mary A. Vonboeckman: Civil Collections

LVNV Funding Vs. Jennifer Peebles: Civil Collections

Capital One Bank Vs. Donald L. Price: Civil Collections

Gary G. Wallace Vs. Anita S. Wallace: Domestic Relations

Kierra N. Crabb Vs. Karrie N. Renner: Miscellaneous Civil

The Bank of New York Mellon Vs. Kelly R. Rollings: Mortgage Foreclosure

Robert Germaine Vs. Robert Germain: Miscellaneous Civil

Small Claims

Aleah L. Lewis Vs. Walmart Stores East: Civil Tort

Brazil Housing Authority Vs. Robert Sparks: Small Claims

Emmert Property Management Vs. Laureen Jones: Small Claims

Emmert Property Management Vs. Ray Langdoc: Small Claims

American Rental Vs. Chris Wilson: Small Claims

Marriage License Applications

Raymond L. Ward, 66, Quincy, Ind., and Peggy Dianne Biddle, 60, Brazil

Joe L. Hofmann, 32, Jasonville, and Stacy Nicole Duskey, 25, Jasonville

Michael L. Eaglin, 49, Brazil, and Pauline L. Armijo, 50, Brazil

Jeffery A. Francis, 27, Brazil, and Brandy Monfort, 32, Brazil

Cody W. Gooding, 27, Center Point, and Brittany D. Swartz, 26, Center Point

Trent Alan Cox, 24, Brazil, and Sarah Eilene Bunch, 20, Center Point

Jacob Anthony Lynch, 23, Center Point, and Kayla Eve Duregger, 23, Brazil

David William Kingery Jr., 27, Brazil, and Amy Lee Cleveland, 29, Brazil

John Bearl Gerrard, 25, Brazil, and Alena Nancy Pastrick, 18, Knightsville

Skylar Adam Lyon, 27, Brazil, and Dorian Kay Blakley, 27, Brazil

State Criminal Charges

Chandus Kedron Linn, 20: 1. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- endangering a public person 2. Public intoxication 3. Speed contest 4. Operating a vehicle with an ACE of .08 or more

Lacey S. Clark, 19: 1. Illegal Consumption of an alcoholic beverage

Derek A. Snapp, 25: 1. Burglary 2. Battery resulting in serious bodily injury 3. Residential entry

Ricky J. Anello, 20: 1. Burglary 2. Battery by means of a deadly weapon 3. Residential entry

Ethan Allen Young, 19: 1. Burglary 2. Battery by means of a deadly weapon 3. Residential entry

Timothy James Francis, 28: 1. Possession of methamphetamine 2. Criminal recklessness 3. Possession of paraphernalia 4. Failure to stop after accident resulting in injury 5. Public intoxication

Jeremy Wayne Byerly, 28: 1. Battery 2. Resisting law enforcement 3. Possession of marijuana 4. Possession of paraphernalia 5. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated -- endangering a person 6. Possession of marijuana