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Public Record

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Clay County Courthouse

The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse April 13-16:

Circuit Court -- Civil

Portfolio Recovery Associates Vs. Cathy England: Civil Collections

Debra L. Morford Vs. Richard E. Morford: Domestic Relations

Fifth Third Mortgage Vs. David and Kelly Bozarth: Mortgage Foreclosure

Portfolio Recovery Associates Vs. Jane F. Wilson: Civil Collections

Equable Ascent Financial Vs. WM Sheldon: Civil Collections

Portfolio Recovery Associates Vs. Doug Shaffer: Civil Collections

Larry G. Jones Jr. Vs. Lori J. Jones: Domestic Relations

William D. Bell Vs. Cynthia M. Bell: Domestic Relations

Troy Stanton and John P. Hiday Vs. Jerry W. Stearley: Civil Plenary

MSW Capital Vs. William Lee: Civil Collections

Bank of America Vs. Henry N. Wallen Jr.: Mortgage Foreclosure

Bloomfield State Bank Vs. David E. Ross: Mortgage Foreclosure

Small Claims

William L. Carlin Vs. Jesse Rogers and Shelly Baker: Small Claims

Robery Styck Vs. Darrell McCloud: Small Claims

William Crabb Jr. and Billie J. Crabb Vs. John and Teresa Head: Small Claims

Marriage License Applications

Eric Shawn Neese, 22, Harmony, and Sarah Ann Lavawn Branham, 20, Harmony

James Bradley Frye, 45, Brazil, and Latisha Amber Guerrettaz, 23, Brazil

David Lee Lawson, 39, Brazil, and Charity Dawn Jarrett, 33, Indianapolis

Andrew Philip Greenwood, 32, Brazil, and Ahlea Krystle Harvey, 25, Brazil

Tyler A. Mayfield, 25, Brazil, and Jodi Marie Lalen, 26, Brazil

State Criminal Charges

Jeremiah S. Archer, 32: 1. Invasion of privacy

Rodney S. Sullivan, 47: 1. Possession of marijuana 2. Possession of marijuana

Michelle Frances Allsup, 41: 1. Criminal mischief 2. Criminal trespass 3. Public intoxication

Ryan M. Dalton, 34: 1. Operating a vehicle while intoxicated 2. Endangering a person 3. Failure to stop after accident resulting in non-vehicle damage

Mary Ann Jenkins, 48: 1. Theft