News of Record: 3/6March 6, 2020
Editor’s note: The date of occurrence of the cases that the following court and traffic rulings document may be six months or more prior to today’s publication. Some synopsized sentences may have already been served.
• Willian Murcia Alfaro, Jasper, and Maybelline Ruiz
• Abby L. Troutman and William E. Troutman
• Sharlene Morrison and Charles Morrison
• Emily N. Nugent and Zachary R. Nugent
• Jennifer Tarvin and Dennis Tarvin Jr.
• Lindsey Schaeffer and James Sorgius
• Regina Davis and Jeremiah Davis
• Kansas Porter and Noah Murphy
• Arvin W. Cruite, 56, Tell City, misdemeanor invasion of privacy, sentenced last week to four days in the Dubois County Security Center with a jail credit of two days.
• Dylan T. Mundy, 19, 5237 E. 450S, St. Anthony, Level 5 felony possession of an altered handgun, Level 6 felony resisting law enforcement and misdemeanor operating while intoxicated, sentenced last week to 364 days in the Dubois County Security Center with a jail credit of one day. Defendant can serve executed sentence through community corrections.
• Jamie Ford, 48, 279 Baden Strasse, Jasper, Level 6 felony intimidation, sentenced last week to 360 days in the Dubois County Security Center with a jail credit of 150 days and a good time credit of 150 days.
• Robert C. Mathies, 43, 200 Second Ave., Huntingburg, Level 6 felony intimidation, sentenced last week to 730 days in the Dubois County Security Center with a jail credit of 69 days and 592 days suspended to supervised probation.
• Zachery R. Uppencamp, 23, 1441 Jackson St., Jasper, Level 6 felony residential entry, sentenced last week to 360 days in the Dubois County Security Center with a jail credit of two days in a sentence that can be served on home detention with electronic monitoring.
• Brittany A. Bartlett, 29, 202 Bryant St., Gentryville, misdemeanor theft, sentenced last week to 365 days in the Dubois County Security Center suspended to 357 days supervised probation and 80 hours community service after a jail credit of four days.
• Brandy M. Reed, 43, 111 E. Third St., Huntingburg, Level 6 felony auto theft, sentenced to two days in the Dubois County Security Center with a jail credit of one day making the sentence complete. Defendant to have no contact with victim.
Editor’s note: The following criminal cases involving defendants being cited directly into court were filed last week.
• Bereket C. Cox, 20, 2050 N. Lincoln Drive, Huntingburg, misdemeanor theft.
• Bryant K. Anderson, 18, 2050 N. Lincoln Drive, Huntingburg, misdemeanor theft.
• Gregory Y. Wicker, 24, 1300 Dewey St., Jasper, misdemeanor leaving the scene of an accident.
• Joshua O. Padgett, 31, 302 E. First Ave., Huntingburg, misdemeanor driving while suspended (prior).
• Hector E. Lopez De Paz, 26, 399 Baden Strasse, Jasper, misdemeanor operator never licensed.
• Larry D. Leavens, 50, 1339 Jackson St., Jasper, misdemeanor driving while suspended (prior) and an infraction for operating a motor vehicle without financial responsibility.
• Angel G. Arias Zavala, 20, 413 N. Geiger St., Huntingburg, misdemeanor minor consuming and driver never licensed.
• Crecenciano Cruz Santos, 61, 612 S. Main St., Huntingburg, driving while suspended (prior).
• Cesar I. Merales Hernandez, 112 Stellar Way, Huntingburg, misdemeanor driver never licensed.
• St. Anthony Mill, St. Anthony, vs Jordan Ison Farm, Otwell, default judgment last week in favor of St. Anthony Mill in the amount of $1,071.31 plus interest.
• Rent-A-Center, Jasper, vs Kendra Woolsey, Jasper, default judgment last week in favor of Rent-A-Center in the amount of $1,500 plus interest.
• Huntingburg Machine Works, Huntingburg, vs Rick Fickel, Birdseye, default judgment last week in favor of Machine Works in the amount of $343.57 plus interest.
• Fined $141 and costs for speeding: August F. Nash Jr., 50, Travis J. Lechner, 17, Lacie J. Hoke, 28, and William S. Mowat, 17, all of Jasper; Gideon Colten, 17, and Aden J. Bartley, 17, both of Otwell; Tae-Tanatia X. Abbott, 22, Goshen, Ohio; Alexandria N. Gentile, 26, Richmond, Kentucky; Adrian K. Jackson, 43, Lexington, Kentucky; John F. Marmelo, 33, Ferdinand; Josten A. Fellers, 20, Huntingburg.
• Fined $141 and costs for following too closely: Timothy W. Sanders, 77, Evansville; Rebekah D. Sales, 32, Paoli.
• Fined $141 and costs for illegally passing a stopped school bus: Justin P. Teeter, 30, Ferdinand.
• Fined $141 and costs for expired plates: Holly J. Hunter, 33, Fort Branch; Ashley D. Tempel, 28, Huntingburg; Ingred M. Varela, 44, Jasper.
• Fined $141 and costs for overtaking and passing in worksite no-passing zone: Timothy D. Stone II, 30, Jasper.
• Fined $141 and costs for driving while suspended and speeding: Dillon W. Andry, 27, Birdseye.
• Fined $141 and costs for no valid license: Donald B. Mullins, 32, Holland; Anabella Hernandez, 46, Huntingburg.
• Fined $141 and costs for driving while suspended: Angel L. Wells, 29, Paoli.
• Fined $25 for seat belt violations: Jason M. Brady, 40, Huntingburg; Matthew E. Lichlyter, 30, Jasper.
Traffic cases — entered pretrial diversion program last week with $192.50 fee:
• Speeding — Braxton G. Sicard, 20, Ferdinand; Lilia R. Payne, 18, and Kimberly Calvillo, 18, both of Huntingburg; Kevin E. Grande, 26, and Garry D. Wells, 45, both of Jasper; Nicole E. Rodick, 21, Stanhope, New Jersey; Yolanda Y. Tate, 56, Radcliff, Kentucky; Jordan G. Houchins, 24, Hamilton, Ohio; Riley O. Massey, 21, Richmond, Rhode Island; Elijah A. Eckstein, 21, Owensboro, Kentucky.
• Failure to yield at entrance to highway — Rose A. Nixon, 69, Celestine.
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