2009-10-14 / Public Records

Superior Court

Judge Jeffrey Smith

Superior Court judgments are gathered from public records on file in the Carroll County Clerk’s office on the second floor of the courthouse, Delphi.

New filing

Richard E. Hipsher has been charged with battery resulting in bodily injury.

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Rene X. Roman, 22, of Bloomington was convicted of operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, 30 days suspended and one year of unsupervised probation.

Mark M. Hayden, 50, Indianapolis, was convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated - endangering a person. He was sentenced to one year in jail with 180 days suspended and 180 days of supervised probation.

John E. Dann, 20, Delphi, pleaded guilty to conversion. He was sentenced to one year in jail with 351 days suspended and 351 days of supervised probation.

Default judgment was granted to the plaintiff in the following: First Financial Bank vs. Terry C. and Julie A. Jenkins f/k/a Julie Handy, $8,761.22; Harry W. Jones, DDS vs. Dane Wolfe, $424.80, vs. Michael Alexander, $100, vs. Shawn James and Terra James, $329.40, and vs. Norman Howell, $179.20.

Judgment was granted to the plaintiff in the following causes: Citibank vs. Mary M. Hoffman, $5,015.98; Flora Allen Arion vs. Jeff Cox, $1,000 plus court costs; and Industrial Federal Credit Union vs. Erika J. Lamb and Nicholas K. Jenkins, $3,028.07.

The following causes have been dismissed with prejudice: Citibank vs. Donald G. Davis a/k/a Insis; Delphi Community School Corporation vs. Rachel Vandyke; Young’s Water Conditioning vs. Gerald Wamsher, vs. Barbara Nussbaum, vs. Linda Nunnelly, vs. Vern Norton, vs. Michael Edwards, vs. Julie Blackburn and vs. Dorothy Bailey.

The following causes have been dismissed without prejudice: Citibank vs. Ronald L. Hughes; Discover Bank vs. Aaron G. Sheagley; and Discover Bank vs. Jean R. Randle.

The following causes have been dismissed: Harry W. Jones, DDS vs. Jason McDonald; RLW Accounts LLC vs. Troy A. Robinette; and John M. Little Jr. vs. Michael Berkshire.

Troy A. Clendenen was found in violation of the terms of his probation and extended to Dec. 31, 2009.

Kevin Cox, 22, Lafayette, was convicted of criminal trespass. He was sentenced to one year in jail with all but two days suspended, and 360 days of supervised probation.

Ryan L. Brock, 23, Clinton, was convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated-endangering a person. He was sentenced to one year in jail, suspended, and one year of supervised probation.

Joseph M. Wood, 44, Flora, was convicted of battery resulting in bodily injury. He was sentenced to one year in jail, suspended, and one year of supervised probation.

Jaime L. Ramirez, Logansport, was fined $25 plus court costs for having no valid license in possession.

James D. Harral, Jr., 34, was convicted of public intoxication and false informing. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 178 days suspended, and 363 days of supervised probation for each count.

Judgment was granted to the plaintiff in the following causes: CACH of Colorado, LLC vs. Lea A. Taylor, $15,457.08; CACH of Colorado, LLC vs. Bob S. McKinney, $28,841.44; Robert A. Lucas, DDS vs. Mary Schuhmacher, court costs; Sarah Hanaway vs. Rob’s Lawn Care, $1,015.06; Q-Graphics, Inc. vs. Overhead Door of Lafayette, $108.82 plus court costs; and Young’s Water Conditioning vs. Zoe Smart, $362.22, vs. Sandra Spalding, $230.72, vs. James Rankin, $210.45, vs. Cary McCarty, $134.43, vs. Lisa Martin, $229.24, vs. Dennis Jenkins, $695.39, vs. Fred Ford, $493.62, and vs. Howard Dowden, $243.21; and Linda Bennett vs. Matthew Weitzel, $900.

The following causes have been dismissed without prejudice: Capital One Bank vs. Mary I. Dolin; Chase Bank U.S.A. vs. Daniel L. Dillman and Chase Bank U.S.A. vs. Kimberly A. Dillman a/k/a Kimmel.

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