Real Estate

Orleans Town

Oceanside Mortgage Company to Martin J. Damask and Elaine M. Moon, Orleans Lots 51-52.

Greenfield Township

Phillip R. Waynick and Lorene Waynick to Melissa S. Cannon, acreage.

Paoli Township

Harvey D. Miller and Fannie J. Miller to Henry J. Miller and Annie J. Miller, acreage.

Southeast Township

Larry Wininger and Sharon Wininger to William Robert Gross, Dean Cambron Farm Div Lot 12.

Stampers Creek Township

Perry J. Lambright and Katie Lambright to Andy P. Lambright and Sarah N. Lambright, acreage.

French Lick Township

Charles Farmer and Debbie Farmer to Michael Maloney and Sharon K. Maloney, acreage.

Darrell Graham and Dorothy Graham to Charles Sturgeon, New Prospect Lots 23, 26-28 and 30.Jackson Township

Transfer deed- Patrick L. McNulty to Patrick L. McNulty, Ryan Patrick McNulty (transfer on death) and Kevin Michael McNulty (transfer on death), acreage.

Circuit

Civil

Hearings and Judgments

Creditmax Inc. vs. Kayla Meehan, default judgment, $9,122.24.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB Not in Its Individual Capacity But Solely as Indenture Trustee of Citigroup Mortgage Loan Trust 2017-RP2 vs. James S. Tracy, dismissed.

Dissolutions of Marriage

Brittany Cox and Tristen Cox.Probate

New Estates

Ralph Limp. Joe D. Limp, executor.

Evelyn Arlene Essex. Barbara Jean Sykes, personal representative.

Trusts Ended

Carolyn Goebel. Carrie Caskey, personal representative.

James E. Carroll. Wanda J. Carroll, executrix.

Christine Nelson. Nina Belle Jones and Catherine Ann Allen, co-personal representatives.

Nada E. Sagarsee. Jeremiah D. Sagarsee, administrator.

Criminal

Gary Max Wells II, resisting law enforcement — defendant uses a vehicle. Ct. 2 resisting law enforcement. Initial hearing held. Court incorporates the finding of indigency and Patrick Smith is appointed as pauper counsel. Pretrial hearing set for Nov. 22, 2021 and jury trial for April 5, 2022.

Jeffery Jordan Andrew Wheeler, battery by means of a deadly weapon. Initial hearing held. Plea of not guilty entered. Court incorporates the finding of indigency and Brock Dawson is appointed pauper counsel. Pretrial conference set for for Dec. 13, 2021 and jury trial for May 4, 2022. Court sets bond in the sum of $250,000 cash.

Aaron J. Williams, battery with bodily injury to a public safety official. Ct. 2 resisting law enforcement — defendant causes bodily injury. Ct. 3 disorderly conduct — engages in fighting or tumultuous conduct. Initial hearing held. Plea of not guilty entered. Defendant requests pauper counsel and after due inquiry Nicholas Siler is appointed. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 13, 2021, and jury trial for May 4, 2022. Court sets bond in the sum of $250,000 cash.

Nathan G. Truelove, auto theft — theft of entire automobile. Ct. 2 auto theft — theft of entire automobile. Initial hearing held. Plea of not guilty entered. Court incorporates the finding of indigency and Nicholas Siler appointed. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 13, 2021, and jury trial for May 4, 2022. Court sets bond in the sum of $200,000 cash.

Matthew Lynn Hudson, criminal trespass. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 365 days at Orange County Jail, 339 days suspended with credit for 26 days previously served. Clerk to apply cash bond posted in separate cause to fines, fees and costs; shall stay off property of victim; 339 days formal probation; to follow all rules and instructions as directed by Orange County Probation Department.

Jeremy A. Clark, possession of methamphetamine — possession of between 10-28 grams of methamphetamine. Ct. 2 habitual offender. Initial hearing held. Plea of not guilty entered. Defendant requests pauper counsel and after due inquiry Nicholas Siler is appointed. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 13, 2021 and jury trial for May 4, 2022. Court sets bond in the sum of $250,000 cash. Defendant advised of habitual offender.

Jonathan O. Huff, possession of methamphetamine. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to two years 180 days at Orange County Jail, 850 days suspended with credit for 60 days previously served. Fined $386 due within 90 days of release from incarceration; $200/30 probation user fee; 850 days formal probation; to follow all rules and instructions as directed by Orange County Probation Department. Ct. 2 operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Dismissed.

Donald Gene Mills, operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to .15% or more with a prior conviction. Initial hearing held. Defendant enters plea of not guilty. Court incorporates the finding indigency and Nicholas Siler appointed. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 13, 2021 and bench trial for May 4, 2022. Court sets bond in the sum of 15 day hold then $50,000 cash.

Tammy A. Huff, battery resulting in bodily injury. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 365 days at Orange County Jail, 115 days suspended with credit for 250 days previously served. To run consecutive. Fined $186 due within 90 days of release from incarceration; $125 probation user fee; 115 days formal probation; to follow all rules and instructions as directed by Orange County Probation Department.

Jerry Christopher Coleman, resisting law enforcement — defendant uses a vehicle. Jury trial held. Jury deliberates and returns verdict of guilty. Sentenced to two years 180 days at Indiana Department of Correction with credit for 886 days previously served. Ct. 2 unlawful possession or use of a legend drug. Sentenced to two years 180 days. To run consecutive with prior sentence. Ct. 3 habitual offender. Dismissed.

Jacob Daniel Bachman, dealing in methamphetamine — delivery of methamphetamine between 5-10 grams. Dismissed. Ct. 2 dealing in methamphetamine — dealing in methamphetamine between 1-5 grams. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to nine years at Indiana Department of Correction, five years suspended with credit for 503 days previously served. Fined $386 due within 90 days of release from incarceration, $200/30 probation user fee; five years formal probation; to follow all rules and instructions as directed by Orange County Probation Department; enroll in Orange County Alcohol Program.

Bobby C. Cates, escape — defendant runs away from lawful detention. Dismissed. Ct. 2 domestic battery with a prior conviction. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to two years 180 days at Indiana Department of Correction with credit for 238 days previously served. Fined $186 due within 90 days of release from incarceration. To run consecutive with prior sentence. Ct. 3 resisting law enforcement. Ct. 4 habitual offender. Dismissed.

John Reichenberger, operating a vehicle after forfeiture of license for life. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to three years at Indiana Department of Correction, one year 180 days suspended with credit for 213 days. Clerk to apply cash bond posted to fines, fees and costs; one year and six months formal probation; to follow all rules and instructions as directed by Orange County Probation Department. Ct. 2 carrying a handgun — defendant has a prior felony conviction. Dismissed.

Joseph A. Harmon, possession of methamphetamine. Initial hearing held. Plea of not guilty entered. Defendant requests pauper counsel and after due inquiry Patrick Smith appointed. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 31 and jury trial for June 21.

Avary K. Allgood, dealing in methamphetamine between 1-5 grams. Dismissed. Ct. 2 possession of methamphetamine. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 910 days at Orange County Jail, 545 days suspended with credit for 244 days previously served. Fined $386 due within 90 days of release from incarceration; $200/30 probation user fee; 545 days formal probation; to follow all rules and instructions as directed by Orange County Probation Department. Ct. 3 maintaining a common nuisance — controlled substances. Ct. 4 possession of marijuana. Dismissed.

Orange Superior

Civil

New Filings

Capital One NA vs. Keith Henson, complaint, seeking $8,294.86.

Jefferson Capital Systems LLC, Successor in Interest to Fingerhut Advantage vs. Fay A. Tumey, complaint, seeking $902.06.

Discover Bank c/o Discover Products Inc vs. Sonja L. Parkes, complaint, seeking $7,765.55.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Nancy Cox, complaint, seeking $1,913.62.

Midland Credit Management Inc. vs. Fay Anderson, complaint, seeking $1,111.58.

Jefferson Capital Systems LLC vs. Marilyn Griffee and Stefani Richardson, complaint.

Jefferson Capital Systems LLC, Successor in Interest to Platinum MC vs. Brandon W. Roberts, complaint, seeking $2,210.70.

Discover Bank vs. Jeffrey L. Lloyd, complaint for breach of credit card contract, seeking $8,189.67.

Snap-On Credit LLC vs. Brett King, complaint.

First Portfolio Ventures I LLC vs. Ashley Taylor, complaint, seeking $1,312.39.

PYOD LLC vs. Terry Jones, complaint, seeking $1,094.33.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Conde Weaver, complaint, seeking $737.90.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Christopher Ruth, complaint, seeking $969.21.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Rhonda Hardin, complaint, seeking $1,043.54.

DNF Associates LLC vs. Brian K. Campbell, complaint, seeking $972.67.

Discover Bank vs. Evelyn Anderson, complaint for breach of credit card contract, seeking $3,988.10.

Discover Bank vs. Gretchen R. Williams, complaint for breach of credit card contract, seeking $2,611.85.

Discover Bank vs. Gabe A. Thomas, complaint for breach of credit card contract, seeking $2,212.32.

Discover Bank vs. Sheila Knight, complaint, seeking $3,806.74.

Synchrony Bank vs. Savannah R. Harvey, complaint, seeking $3,444.20.

Synchrony Bank vs. Maria Nunez, complaint, seeking $2,815.90.

Midland Credit Management Inc. vs. Marvin Hall, complaint, seeking $2,955.95.

Discover Bank vs. Clint Cowles, complaint for breach of credit card contract, seeking $8,254.45.

DNF Associates LLC vs. Michele Guerin, complaint, seeking $1,030.30.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Nick Mitchell, complaint, seeking $5,917.13.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Cora Beaty, complaint, seeking $2,283.12.

American Express National Bank vs. Darin Elkins, also known as Darin S. Elkins, complaint, seeking $24,739.52.

Small Claims

French Lick-West Baden Property Mgt LLC vs. Tamara Stanger.

S. R. Mechanical LLC vs. Jesse Allen.

Kaiser Development Group Inc. vs. Coverstar Central.

Carlton Kearby vs. Indiana Department of Motor Vehicles.

James Qualkenbush vs. Linda Yates.

CMS Management LLC vs. Tiffany Copeland.

Walter R. Winigner vs. Steven Flick.

James Miller vs. Best Western.

Richard Clouse vs. Chad Kling.

Town of Orleans vs. Kristen Stewart.

Hearings and Judgments

Onemain Financial Group LLC vs. Nicole Mercer, default judgment, $7,230.81.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Troy Terrell, default judgment, $3,350.91.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Ronald Flannery, default judgment, $917.22.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Robert Morgan, judgment, $877.15.

Capital One Bank USA NA vs. Amanda White, default judgment, $2,244.65.

Nancy Cox and Michael Mills vs. Tierney Sheetz, judgment, $2,275.

Casondra Cummings and Jonas Stults vs. Kelly R. McCoy, order for eviction.

Hoosier Hills Credit Union vs. Elijah T. Hutslar, judgment, $2,974.36.

Hoosier Hills Credit Union vs. Nathaniel C. Menchaca, judgment, $7,968.16.

Gregory L. Andis vs. Shane Blevins, order for eviction.

Claims Dismissed

Citibank NA vs. Vickie Pogue.Crown Asset Management LLC vs. Tammy Tolbert.

Anita D. Stroud vs. Jaylenn Hall.

James Stickler vs. James Stephens.

James Qualkenbush vs. Robert Arnold.

S.R. Mechanical LLC vs. Beverly Mahan.

S.R. Mechanical LLC vs. Wayne Wethington.

Criminal

Oct. 25

Marti J. Reynolds, check deception. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial diversion agreement filed.

Ross J. Wells, theft. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Michael W. Crenshaw, operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to .15% or more. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Johnathan D. Edwards, carrying a handgun without a license. Ct. 2 criminal recklessness committed with a deadly weapon. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Johnny L. Edwards Jr., battery resulting in bodily injury. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Eugene W. Crittenden Jr., possession of marijuana. Ct. 2 theft. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial diversion agreement filed.

Marcus Todd Davidson, possession of methamphetamine. Ct. 2 operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in person’s body. Ct. 3 habitual vehicular substance offender. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Tiffany S. Williamson, battery resulting in bodily injury. Initial hearing held. Defendant enters plea of not guilty and requests appointment of pauper counsel. After due inquiry Amber Shaw appointed. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 17.

Michelle K. Cox, dog bite liability; bodily injury to another person. Initial hearing held. Defendant enters plea of not guilty and waives appointment of pauper counsel. Defendant released on own recognizance. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Kenneth L. Gibson Jr., possession of methamphetamine. Ct. 2 operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in person’s body. Initial hearing held. Defendant enters plea of not guilty and waives appointment of pauper counsel. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Oct. 26

Charles A. McCullough, operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in person’s body. Dismissed. Ct. 2 operating a vehicle while intoxicated — endangering a person. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 365 days at Orange County Jail with 365 days suspended. Fined $886.50 due by Jan. 26; one year informal probation; enroll in, pay for and successfully complete Orange County Courts Alcohol and Drug Program.

Jesse Ray Wethington, operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in person’s body. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 60 days at Orange County Jail, 58 days suspended with credit for two days previously served. Fined $886.50 due by Jan. 26; one year informal probation minus time executed; enroll in, pay for and successfully complete Orange County Courts Alcohol and Drug Program.

Johnny Ray Herd Jr., residential entry — break and enter dwelling. Dismissed. Ct. 2 resisting law enforcement. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 365 days at Orange County Jail, 363 days suspended with credit for two days previously served. Fined $396 to be taken out of bond; one year informal probation minus time executed. Ct. 3 criminal trespass. Ct. 4 criminal mischief. Dismissed.

Laura Mundy, theft with a prior conviction. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Nov. 30.

Oct. 28

James W. McKeighen, operating a vehicle after being habitual traffic offender. Initial hearing waived. Defendant requests appointment of pauper counsel. Nick Siler appointed. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 1.

Daniel Joseph Viveiros, operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to .15% or more with a prior conviction. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 365 days at Orange County Jail, 335 days suspended with credit for two days previously served. Fined $886.50 to be taken out of bond; balance of executed sentence to be served on home incarceration; one year informal probation minus time executed; enroll in, pay for and complete Orange County Courts Alcohol and Drug Program.

Daniel Jacob Seal, operating a vehicle with an alcohol concentration equivalent to .15% or more. Defendant enters plea of guilty pursuant to plea agreement. Sentenced to 365 days at Orange County Jail, 363 days suspended with credit for two days previously served. Fined $886.50 due by Jan. 28; one year informal probation minus time executed; enroll in, pay for and successfully complete Orange County Courts Alcohol and Drug Program.

Nov. 1

Nikia C. Stokes, driving while suspended with a prior conviction. Initial hearing held. Defendant failed to appear. Bench warrant ordered issued for body of the defendant with bond fixed in the sum of $505 cash.

Richard E. Rogers, cheating at gambling. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial diversion agreement filed.

Alisha A. Smith, cheating at gambling. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial diversion agreement filed.

Cory Laben Clark, driving while suspended with a prior conviction. Initial hearing held. Defendant failed to appear and there being no service upon defendant, state requests warrant on the charge. Warrant ordered issued for the body of the defendant with bond fixed in the sum of $505/5,000.

James Michael Edwards Jr., battery resulting in bodily injury. Initial hearing held. Defendant failed to appear. Bench warrant ordered issued for the body of the defendant with bond fixed in the sum of $505 cash.

Sheana K. Durbin, possession of marijuana. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Paul R. Durbin, possession of marijuana. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Charles A. Washburn, possession of marijuana. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Romey Lee Bell, false government identification. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Curtis Michael Storey, operating a vehicle with a schedule I or II controlled substance or its metabolite in person’s body. Ct. 2 possession of marijuana. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Caleb A. Tisdel, driving while suspended with a prior conviction. Initial hearing waive.d Court incorporates the finding of indigency and appoints Brad Swihart as pauper counsel and matter set for pretrial conference on April 5.

Christian Gentry, knowingly or intentionally operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license. Initial hearing waived. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 26.

Joyce Megan Moulder Morris, criminal trespass. Initial hearing held. Defendant failed to appear. Bench warrant ordered issued for the body of the defendant with no bond fixed until brought before the court.

Frank Logan Laswell, possession of methamphetamine. Ct. 2 unlawful possession of a syringe. Initial hearing held. Defendant enters plea of not guilty and requests appointment of pauper counsel and after due inquiry Amber Shaw appointed. Pretrial conference set for Jan. 12.

Melissa D. Terry, possession of methamphetamine. Initial hearing held. Defendant enters plea of not guilty and requests appointment of pauper counsel. Court incorporates the finding of indigency and appoints John-Paul Isom. Pretrial conference set for Dec. 14.