Courthouse records: Sept. 8, 2011
65 mph zone— Jesse J. Thacher, 83 mph and no insurance, fine plus costs $186.50.
Other traffic violations— Lewis L. King, McLouth, DUI(3), no insurance, no registration and driving on the wrong side of the roadway, $1,918 and two days jail; Dustin D. Savard, no driver’s license and failure to stop or yield, $208.00; William J. Johann, Meriden, no driver’s license and failure to yield from private road or driveway.
Wildlife and Parks— Michael D. Dodson, Kansas City, water vessel DUI, $343.50; S. Kendrick Sargent, Topeka, general boating violation, $152.00; Manuel A. Amezcua, Topeka, taking or dealing in wildlife, $152.00.
Cotton O’Neil Clinic vs. Sharon K. Patterson, recovery of money; vs. Michelle R. Barnes, recovery of money; vs. Rosanna M. Dean, recovery of money.
Westside Liquor Store LLC vs. Summer L. Wisdom and Zeb T. Wisdom, recovery of money.
Dr. Charles Loveland vs. Lance Williams, recovery of money.
Nebraska Furniture Mart vs. Jamy Hickman, recovery of money.
Correction: Stan J. Farr vs. Ryan J. Geier, recovery of money.
Jerriann P. Lederer vs. James E. Lederer Jr., order of protection.
Kim Rose vs. Brian LaFountain, order of protection.
Margaret Stone vs. Andrew Shinn, order of protection.
State vs. David L. Jones, McLouth, domestic battery and disorderly conduct.
State vs. Dustin M. Quick, Kansas City, five counts of theft including by a person with more than two theft convictions and five counts of criminal damage to property. Quick allegedly tried to steal air conditioning units from The McLouth Church of the Nazarene.
State vs. John T. Abramovitz, Manhattan, two charges of criminal damage to property, DUI, driving while suspended or revoked and failure to report an accident.
State vs. Ronnie D. Bryant, Topeka, criminal trespassing, interference with a law enforcement officer and violation of restrictions on driver’s license.
State vs. Steven C. Drake, Perry, forgery, interference with a law enforcement officer, counterfeiting, giving a worthless check and theft.
State vs. Kimberly S. Miller, Topeka, two counts of theft.
State vs. Thad A. VanVleck, Ozawkie, possession of certain illegal drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
State vs. Miles T. Harper, Tecumseh, battery, criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.
State vs. Tanner L. Morton, Overland Park, interference with a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct.
State vs. Trey A. Coleman, Topeka, possession of hallucinogenic drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and liquor purchase or consumption by a minor.
State vs. David N. Waggoner, Perry, criminal trespassing and interference with a law enforcement officer.
State vs. Joshua M. Hendrix, Valley Falls, criminal restraint, domestic battery, battery and disorderly conduct.
State vs. Travis L. Cook, Meriden, theft, fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer, reckless driving, failure to give notice of accident, no driver’s license, speeding, driving on the wrong side of roadway and defective equipment.
State vs. Adam M. Paavola, liquor purchase or consumption by a minor and no registration.
Register of deeds—
WD, Charles L. Anderson et ux. to Nolan R. O’Brien and Sarah A. O’Brien, lot 2, blk. A, Replat of Village Estates Subdivision.
WD, John M. Evans to Roger K. Werholtz and Shirley J. Werholtz, SW 1/4 3-8-18.
WD, John A. Metzger et ux. to Benjamin J. Kabus and Terra J. Kabus, lots 1, 2 and 3, Metzger’s corner.
WD, Brian K. Lane et ux. to Todd E. Harrington and Amy L. Harrington, part of lots 7 and 8, blk. 24, Valley Falls and lot 1, blk. 43, Valley Falls.
WD, Charlene D. Kornbrust to Joseph R. Welter and Sherry Welter, lot 1, Bob’s Nob Acres.
WD, County Estates LLC to Charles C. Childress and Kimberly S. Childress, SW 1/4 36-7-18.
WD, Lake View Holdings LLC to Kenneth Henderson, lot 6, blk. H, Lake Shore Estates.
WD, Harold R. Rogers et ux. to Donald R. Willman and Cathlene E. Schoepflin, lot 6 and part of lot 5, Timberbrook Subdivision.
WD, Bodde Family Partnership to David L. Abramovitz and Lisa A. Abramovitz, NW 1/4 36-8-17 and NE 1/4 35-8-17.
WD, Ronna E. DeJaynes to Logan W. Barnett and Janet Barnett, NW 1/4 19-11-19.
WD, Christine L. Dennis to Gary E. Vaughn, lots 23, 24, blk. P. Lake Ridge Estates.
WD, Brian G. Hite to Al C. Johnson, SE 1/4 7-9-17.
WD, William E. Wilcox et ux. to Mid-West Fertilizer, lots 2, 4 and part of 6, Williams Addition, Nortonville.
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.
Aug. 26: Officers responded to a report of threats at State Park.
Aug. 26: Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress on the 300 block of Union Street, Oskaloosa.
Aug. 26: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 400 block of Union Street, Oskaloosa.
Aug. 26: Officers recovered property near the 400 block of Jefferson Street, Oskaloosa.
Aug. 26: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 4200 block of 21st Street, rural Grantville.
Aug. 27: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 14400 block of 110th Street, rural Oskaloosa.
Aug. 27: Gerald McMorris, Meriden, reported a theft.
Aug. 27: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 400 block of 12th Street, Valley Falls.
Aug. 27: Shirley Biler, rural Meriden, reported criminal damage to property.
Aug. 28: Jeannine Williams, rural Oskaloosa, reported burglary, theft and criminal damage to property.
Aug. 30: Linda Buck, rural Ozawkie, reported forgery and fraud.
Aug. 30: Officers responded to a report of a burglary and theft on the 6400 block of Shultz Road, rural Grantville.
Aug. 30: Yvonne Hewitt, Ozawkie, reported a forgery and fraud.
Aug. 30: John Bryson Jr., Oskaloosa, reported a theft.
Aug. 30: Collen Cline, rural Winchester, reported trespassing.
Aug. 30: Officers responded to a report of an assault near 62nd Street and K-4 Highway, rural Meriden.
Aug. 31: Casey’s Oskaloosa, reported a gas drive off of $68.
Aug. 31: Officers responded to a report of threats on the 2100 block of Phillips Road, rural Grantville.
Aug. 31: Officers responded to a report of a threats on Norman Lane, Perry.
Officers also responded to the following calls for service:
- abandoned vehicle 1
- alarm 5
- animal call 16
- check welfare 4
- citizen assist 19
- domestic disturbance 2
- felony warrant 1
- funeral escort 2
- juvenile call 4
- keep peace 2
- misdemeanor arrest 2
- missing person 1
- restraining order violation 2
- suspicious activity 7
- traffic problem 15
- unsecured building 2
- vehicle check 11
- 911 hangup 34
- DUI 4
The following accidents were recently reported:
July 8, 10:35 p.m.: Clay J. McHardie, 34, Oskaloosa, was backing out of a parking lot stall in Casey’s of Perry when his vehicle struck the driver’s door of an unoccupied vehicle owned by Heather L. Zacharias, Nortonville.
Aug. 1, 12:35 a.m.: Phillip G. Habluetzel, 30, Lawrence, was traveling on a motorcycle on K-92 Highway near Kiowa Road when a deer ran out and struck his bike causing him to lay it down. William J. Werth, 23, Pittsburg, also on a motorcycle, struck the deer laying in the road causing him to lay his bike down. Habluetzel was transported by Lifestar to KU Medical Center. Three other riders were able to avoid the deer.
Aug. 3, 4:19 p.m.: Wade Cottrell, 33, Oskaloosa, was traveling on U.S. 24 Highway when he struck a vehicle driven by Billy Tomlin, 62, Perry. Tomlin was waiting to turn left onto Oak Road. Tomlin’s vehicle then struck a vehicle driven by Carrie Vess-Sheley, 37, Perry, while she also was waiting to turn left.
Aug. 8, 5 p.m.: Kyle A. Marshall, 17, McLouth, was traveling on 94th Street near Wildhorse Road when his vehicle was struck in the rear by a red Chevy truck that never stopped.
Aug. 23, 7:05 p.m.: Kathrynn E. Pence, 19, Meriden, was pulling through an intersection at 81st Street and Butler Road when a vehicle driven by Tabatha L. Bell, 17, Meriden, pulled out into the intersection after stopping and struck Pence’s vehicle.
The following drivers recently struck wildlife on county roadways:
Shantell L. Wallis, 34, Ozawkie.
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