COURT

NEW FILINGS

Civil

Madison Village MHC, LLC v. Bradley and Donna Barrett, complaint for possession for nonpayment of rent.

TD Bank USA, N.A. as successor in interest to Target National Bank C/O Target Enterprise Inc. v. Sandra J. Young, complaint for $4,209.41 plus court costs.

Gosman Incorporated v. Samuel S. Reed, Gwendolyn A. Reed, Michael Creech and The Bethany Circle of King’s Daughters’ of Madison, Indiana, Inc. D/B/A King’s Daughters’ Hospital, complaint for $14,245 plus court costs and $44,735 plus court costs.

Credit Acceptance Corp. v. Jasmin Holder, complaint for $6,122.57 plus court costs.

JUDGMENTS

Civil

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Samantha L. Dolph, plaintiff to take $830.03 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Brian D. Fowler, plaintiff to take $444 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Julie Shelton, plaintiff to take $1,221.28 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Erica M. Cline, plaintiff to take $2,158.24 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Jason Pate, plaintiff to take $1,600.51 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Doris L. Heath, plaintiff to take $5,422.34 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Timothy W. Chittenden, plaintiff to take $2,931.89 plus interest.

Receivables Management Partners LLC v. Devine Turner, plaintiff to take $1,374.56 plus interest.

Criminal

Alicia A. Bird sentenced to 365 days in jail, all suspended to 217 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $435 for theft.

Alicia A. Bird sentenced to 910 days in jail, all suspended to 836 days probation and to submit to a substance abuse evaluation and abide by any treatment recommended and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $685 for felony possession of methamphetamine.

Abigail McCollum sentenced to 2 years in jail, all suspended to 726 days probation and ordered to submit to a substance abuse evaluation and do treatment that is recommended. Ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $685 and perform 40 hours community service for felony possession of methamphetamine.

Charles Whalen sentenced to 365 days in jail, all suspended to 361 days probation, and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $385 for domestic battery.

Derek Gotts sentenced to 270 days in jail and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $285 for felony theft.

Dereck Ray Gotts sentenced to 270 days in jail and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $285 for felony theft.

Paul Douglas Blair sentenced to 180 days in jail, all suspended to 357 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $335 for false informing.

Victoria L. Harvey sentenced to 365 days in jail, all suspended to 357 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $485 for felony false statement.

Roy Wayne Hawkins sentenced to 180 days in jail, all suspended to 180 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $235 for invasion of privacy.

Jerry Casey Jr., sentenced to 180 days in jail, all suspended to 361 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $435 for false informing and possession of paraphernalia.

Roy Hawkins sentenced to 365 days in jail, all suspended to 361 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $385 and to attend MRT-DV course or another similar approved course for domestic battery.

Benjamin Busching sentenced to time served in jail and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $235 for leaving the scene of accident.

Michael Martinez sentenced to time served in jail and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $235 for visiting a common nuisance.

Jaxx Damian Falconberry sentenced to 60 days in jail all suspended to 60 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $235 for possession of paraphernalia.

Logan Deaton sentenced to 365 days in jail, all suspended to 1-year probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $735 and submit to a mental health evaluation and abide by any treatment chosen for dealing in marijuana.

Rebecca Laughery sentenced to 18 months’ in jail, all suspended to 18 months’ probation with Community Corrections and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $885 and submit to substance abuse evaluation and abide by all treatment for felony possession of methamphetamine and felony obstruction of justice.

Jaxx Falconberry sentenced to 545 days in jail, all suspended to 537 days probation and ordered to pay fines and fees totaling $835 and submit to a substance abuse evaluation and abide by all probation conditions for felony possession of methamphetamine.

Infractions

Benjamin Russell, Derry, fined $140 for no valid driver’s license.

Paige Melton, fined $140 for running a red light.

Travis Smith, Vevay, fined $140 for speeding.

Douglas Pedraza fined $140 for speeding.

Chase Icenogle, Hanover, fined $140 for expired plates.

Garrett Schlichtkrull fined $25 for seatbelt violation.

Alexandrea Gordon, Hanover, fined $25 for seatbelt violation.

Hunter Browning fined $140 for unlawful tobacco violation.

Cory Hopkins fined $25 for seatbelt violation.

Brandy Phillips fined $25 for seatbelt violation.

Malinda Sells fined $25 for seatbelt violation.

Mishayla Johnson fined $280 for expired plates.

Linda Higgins, Lexington, fined $140 for violation of operating without financial responsibility.

Linda Higgins, Lexington fined $140 for violation of operating without financial responsibility.

Randy Willey, New Washington, fined $140 for illegal taking of an animal.

Neil Kimberlin, Austin, fined $140 for violation of false and fictitious.

Christopher Jennings, Deputy, fined $140 for violation of tobacco use of a minor.

Joshua Proctor, Hanover, fined $140 for operating a motor vehicle without financial responsibility.

Caiden Copeland fined $150 for driving while suspended.

Wizdom Monroe fined $140 for unlawful use of tobacco.

Victoria Hamm, Versailles, fined $140 for unlawful possession of tobacco.

Kylie Stakelin fined $140 for unlawful possession of tobacco.

Kylie Stakelin fined $140 for unlawful possession of tobacco.

Jacinda Sams-Bishop fined $150 for speeding.