Courthouse records: Jan. 6, 2011

District court—


Other traffic violations— David W. Brooks, Topeka, driving while suspended (second conviction), no insurance and no registration, $1,653.50 and 90 days in jail; Kyle C. Davis, DUI (second conviction), illegal devices and speeding (67 mph in a 55 mph zone), $1,493.50 and two days in jail.

Cases filed—

Limited civil:

Cotton O’Neil Clinic vs. Kevin S. Seals, recovery of money; vs. Kelly S. McPherson, recovery of money.

Citibank (South Dakota) N.A. vs. Brandon T. Herrig, recovery of money.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Vickie L. Rodriguez, recovery of money.

Watts Properties LLC vs. Joshua Durham and Heather Durham, recovery of money.

Capital One Bank vs. Kevin M. Fehrenbach, recovery of money; vs. Joshua Owens, recovery of money.

Domestic relations:

Rebecca Rudolph vs. Derek W. Church, order of protection.

Marriage Licenses—

Eric S. Tompkinson, 40, and Susan C. Newell, 40, both of Meriden.

Terence D. Harris, 29, Tulsa, Okla., and Laurel M. Fisher, 30, Perry.

Register of deeds—

QC, Robert S. Paterson to Sandra S. Paterson, NE 1/4 23-9-19.

QC, Empower Group LLC to Luke and Brooke Cortese, lot 714, Lakewood Hills.

Sheriff’s reports—

The following offense and traffic reports are the latest released by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department. The date of offense is often approximate and sometimes long before the reporting date.

Dec. 22: Mary J. Strickell, Oskaloosa, reported criminal damage to property.

Dec. 23: Casey’s, Ozawkie, reported a theft of fuel.

Dec. 23: USD 342 McLouth reported criminal damage to property.

Dec. 23: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 6600 block of 134th Street, rural Meriden.

Dec. 24: Hamm Quarry, Perry, reported a burglary and theft of property.

Dec. 24: Officers recovered stolen property on the 600 block of Monroe Street, Oskaloosa.

Dec. 25: Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress on the 400 block of Sycamore Street, Oskaloosa.

Dec. 25: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 8700 block of Hilltop Road, Lakewood Hills.

Dec. 25: Ethel Moon, Lakeshore Estates, reported telephone harassment.

Dec. 27: Cynthia Williams, McLouth, reported a burglary and theft.

Dec. 27: : Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress on the 100 block of E. Front Street, Perry.

Dec. 27: Sarah Hunt, reported a lost or stolen tag.

Dec. 27: Megan Supernaw-Marcum, Williamstown, reported a forgery and fraud.

Dec. 28: Jefferson West High School reported a theft of copper wire.

Dec. 28: Oskaloosa High School reported an attempted theft and criminal damage to property.

Dec. 28: William Karl, rural McLouth, reported a theft.

Officers also responded to the following calls for service:

  • abandoned vehicle 2
  • alarm 3
  • animal call 4
  • check welfare 3
  • citizen assist 4
  • domestic disturbance 1
  • funeral escort 1
  • juvenile call 2
  • keep peace 2
  • suspicious activity 6
  • traffic problem 7
  • vehicle check 24
  • 911 hangup 25
  • DUI 1


Dec. 20, 12:14 p.m.: Kathleen Wistuba, 82, Valley Falls, was backing out of a parking stall on Washington Street in Oskaloosa when her foot slipped off the brake and her vehicle struck a parked vehicle owned by Andrew Conser, Valley Falls.

Dec. 21, 9:05 p.m.: Linda J. Kerl, 59, Perry, was backing her vehicle up on Plaza Drive in Perry when it struck a parked vehicle owned by Hubert L. Thornburgh.

Dec. 22, 9:15 a.m.: Philip E. Sargent, 49, Oskaloosa, was backing out of a parking stall at Thriftway when his vehicle struck a parked vehicle owned by Richard R. Chapman.

The following drivers recently struck deer on county roadways:

Paul A. Dillman, 31, McLouth; Becky Moore, 50, Ozawkie; Gilbert L. Botkin, 70, Valley Falls; Sarah M. Roe, 47, Oskaloosa; Marilyn K. Vanderweide, 44, Ozawkie.

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