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Courthouse records: Sept. 15, 2011

Cases filed—

Limited civil:

Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Mindy Theno, recovery of money.

Perry Milling Inc. vs. Charlie Fiehler, recovery of money.

Domestic relations:

Kimberly S. Nold vs. Thomas G. Nold, divorce.

Larry M. Molder vs. Judy K. Molder, divorce.

State Social & Rehabilitation Services vs. Gala D. Fox, petition for support.

State Social & Rehabilitation Services vs. Angel L. Dollen, petition for support.

Civil:

Community National Bank vs. Allen Breuer and Karen D. Breuer, mortgage foreclosure.

Bank of America vs. Maria Wiedeman and Matt Wiedeman, mortgage foreclosure.

GMAC Mortgage LLC vs. Doris M. Stults and Robert A. Stults, mortgage foreclosure.

Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Ashli Coffey, recovery of money.

Debbie Fugett vs. Perry-Lecompton Thriftway, recovery of damages from an injury.

Criminal:

State vs. Jonny Owens, Tonganoxie, two counts of battery.

State vs. Billy D. Bowers, Topeka, violation of order of protection.

State vs. Troy M. Greenhaw, Tonganoxie, three counts of forgery, three counts of possession of stolen property and three counts of theft by deception.

State vs. Joshaua L. Back, Oskaloosa, criminal damage to property.

State vs. Stephen J. Lane, Oskaloosa, domestic battery.

State vs. Terry D. Robertson, Valley Falls, two counts of battery.

State vs. Stephen J. Lane, Oskaloosa, aggravated intimidation of a witness, burglary of a vehicle, theft, criminal threats, two counts of criminal damage to property, interference with a law enforcement officer, fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer, violation of protection order, failure to stop at an injury accident, failure to give notice of an accident, domestic battery, criminal trespassing, driving while suspended or revoked, no insurance, disorderly conduct, reckless driving, no registration, no use of signals and speeding.

Register of deeds—

WD, Kirk D. Easton et ux. to Aaron B. Traphagan, lot 7, blk. I, Wind-N-Wave.

WD, Denison State Bank to Callahan Construction Inc., lot 7, Prairie Bend Estates No. 2, Meriden.

WD, David A. Ayres et ux. to Bryan N. Best and Carilyn N. Best, SE 1/4 26-9-18.

WD, Capitol Federal Savings to Phyllis J. O’Gilvie, lot 12, blk. N, Lake Shore Estates.

WD, James G. Cool et ux. to Rodney Kimble and Angela Kimble, lot 1, Cool Subdivision.

QC, Empower Group LLC to 5RB’s Properties, lot 35, blk. H, Lake Shore Estates.

WD, Nortonville-Pleasant Grove Christian Church to Herman Ackmann and Dolores Ackmann, lot 8, Locust Street, Nortonville.

WD, Timothy V. Marshall et ux. to The Nortonville-Pleasant Grove Christian Church, lot 25, Oak Street, Nortonville.

QC, Richard L. Fuehrer et ux. to Travis B. Moore et ux., lot 5, blk. F, Hilldale South Subdivision.

WD, Darren L. Shupe et ux. to Marjene L. Lollar, lot 3, Cedar Hill Addition.

WD, Dennis Schultz et ux. to Kelly Hoover and Melinda Hoover, lots 34 and 35, blk. E, Lakeshore Estates.

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.

Sept. 1: Gary Boyd, rural Grantville, reported a burglary and theft.

Sept.1: Brittany Driscoll, rural McLouth, reported a theft.

Sept. 2: Officers responded to a report of shots heard near rural Ozawkie area.

Sept. 2: Kathy Howe, rural Ozawkie, reported telephone harassment.

Sept. 2: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at Rock Creek Park, Lake Perry.

Sept. 2: Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress at Paradise Point, Lake Perry.

Sept. 3: Andy Winter, rural Valley Falls, reported a forgery and fraud.

Sept. 3: Ruth Loewenstein, rural Ozawkie, reported a theft.

Sept. 3: Officers responded to a report of shots heard in Lakeside Village.

Sept. 3: Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress at Hobie Cove, State Park.

Sept. 4: Officers responded to a report of a theft at Edwardsville, Lake Perry.

Sept. 4: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 700 block of Walnut Street, Valley Falls.

Sept. 4: Officers recovered lost items on the 800 block of Oak Street, Valley Falls.

Sept. 4: Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress at the Lake Perry Marina.

Sept. 4: Madonna Staus, Oskaloosa, reported criminal damage to property.

Sept. 4: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance at Dukes Restaurant Lake Perry.

Sept. 4: Officers responded to a report of shots heard on the 200 block of Cedar Drive, Perry.

Sept. 4: Officers responded to a report of a burglary and theft on the 7400 block of K-92, rural Ozawkie.

Sept. 5: Officers responded to a report of an aggravated burglary in the city of Oskaloosa.

Sept. 5: Susan Beeson, Ozawkie, reported criminal damage to property.

Sept. 5: Ernest Allison, rural Meriden, reported forgery and fraud.

Sept. 5: Rod Bigham, rural Perry, reported a theft.

Sept. 5: Officers responded to a report of an assault on the 400 block of 12th Street, Valley Falls.

Sept. 5: Jerry Heinen, Valley Falls, reported a theft.

Sept. 5: Haley Patterson, Oskaloosa, reported a burglary and a theft.

Sept. 6: Samantha Crabb, from Nebraska but visiting Paradise Point, reported a theft.

Sept. 6: Margaret Moore, rural Ozawkie, reported a theft.

Sept. 6: Officers recovered lost or stolen property on the 6300 block of Shultz Drive, rural Grantville.

Sept. 6: Trevor Madorin, Perry, reported criminal damage to property.

Sept. 7: Officers responded to a report of threats on the 12500 block of Ferguson Road, rural Ozawkie.

Sept. 7: Randy Lollar, Atchison, reported a theft.

Sept. 7: The Watering Hole, Meriden, reported burglary and theft and criminal damage to property.

Sept. 7: Officers responded to a report of harassment on the 500 block of Park Street, Oskaloosa.

Sept. 7: Officers responded to a report of harassment on Norman Lane, Perry.

Sept. 8: Hamm’s Quarry, Perry, reported criminal trespassing and a theft.

Sept. 8: Derrill Campbell, rural Meriden, reported threats.

Sept. 8: Officers responded to a report of trespassing on the 8600 block of Clark Road, rural Meriden.

Officers also responded to the following calls for service:

  • abandoned vehicle 2
  • alarm 8
  • animal call 11
  • check welfare 7
  • citizen assist 23
  • domestic disturbance 2
  • felony warrant 1
  • juvenile call 7
  • keep peace 1
  • misdemeanor arrest 1
  • missing person 1
  • restraining order violation 2
  • suspicious activity 16
  • traffic problem 24
  • unsecured building 3
  • vehicle check 24
  • 911 hangup 36
  • DUI 2

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