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.
Credit Acceptance Corporation filed a complaint against Alicia Ward.
American Express Centurion Bank filed a complaint against Courtnee Dadacz.
LVNV Funding LLC filed a complaint against Carrie Sprague.
LVNV Funding LLC filed a complaint against Anne Douglas.
Cavalry SPV I LLC filed a complaint against Bruce Brennan.
Gary Crider filed a complaint against Trevor Walker.
Hagemen Property Investments filed a complaint against Jamie Pearson.
Terry L. Robinson was charged with possession of a synthetic drug or its lookalike substance and possession of paraphernalia.
Roderick Branch was charged with driving while suspended with a prior conviction and two counts of possession of marijuana.
Michea J. Knoth was charged with resisting law enforcement.
Kayla L. James and Henry T. Humphrey were each charged with driving while suspended with a prior conviction.
Michael T. Cunningham was charged with two counts of theft.
Perry Field was charged with strangulation and domestic battery.
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Jennifer Harrison, 43, Cutler, pled guilty to theft and was sentenced to 180 days in jail. All of that was suspended and she will spend a year on probation.
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Joel Fransisco, 22, Logansport, will pay a fine after his plea of guilty to operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license.
Robert N. Spurgeon, 35, Kokomo, pled guilty to operating a vehicle as an habitual traffic violator and had all of his 545 days in jail suspended for probation.
Filiberto Martinez, 57, Delphi, pled his charge of operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license down to no valid operator’s license and will pay a fine.
Angie Picazo, 46, Logansport, will pay a fine after his plea of guilty to operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license.
The following cases were dismissed: Eric Clampitt and Amber Clampitt vs. Daniel R. Bell, Spyke’s Motorcycles Inc. and Spykes’s Clinton County Harley-Davidson; Synchrony Bank vs. Clayton Julian; TD Bank USA N.A. vs. Dana L. Balcazar a/k/a Dana L. Disotell a/k/a Don Disotell; and David Knop and Mellisa Knop vs. Larry Frye.
Default judgments were entered in the following cases: Synchrony Bank vs. Juan Lear, $792.67; Ben Hoffman vs. John Rieken, $4,674.60; Jack Wray vs. Nicole Minniear, $2,040; LUVHD LLC vs. Nathan Banister and Nichole Dixon, $1,080.78; Todd A. Saul vs. Clifford R. Martin II and Mariah Stoddard, possession; Heights Finance Corporation vs. Stacy Griffis, $849.26; First Financial Bank N.A. vs. Ernest L. Spence and Kay E. Spence, $81,419.91; New World Collections Inc. vs. Shawn Walter, $1,365; Robert Quinn vs. Nickolas Beall, $991 and possession; Mark Sharp and Lori Sharp vs. Roger Burge and Connie Burge, building removal; Bruce Kaston vs. Corey Draper, $1,100; Ben Huffer vs. Paul Baggerly, $6,000; New World Collections vs. Jennifer Wilson, $555.85; Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Emma L. Mahoney, $34,658.15; Family Auto Connection vs. Amber Thomsen, $1,816.90; Family Auto Connection vs. Devario Hauser, $3,388.43; Ameri-