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Courthouse records: Feb. 2, 2012

District court—

Traffic:

65 mph zone— Meghan M. McGuire, Atchison, 80 mph, fine plus costs $173.

Other traffic violations— Michael D. Wiley, Leavenworth, operating a motor vehicle without a license, no insurance and driving on the left in a no passing zone, $398; Tommy L. North, Topeka, over weight limits on wheels and axles, $208.50.

Wildlife and Parks— Shelly R. Nissen, Topeka, DUI(3), fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer, reckless driving, transporting an open container, refusal to submit to a preliminary breath test and 45 mph in a 25 mph zone, $2,008 and 90 days jail.

Cases filed—

Limited civil:

Collection Specialist Inc. vs. Tom M. Laney, recovery of money; vs. Kevin S. Seals, recovery of money.

Dillon Companies Inc. vs. Stephen J. Rossetto, recovery of money.

Midwest Checkrite Inc. vs. Faye Lansing, recovery of money; vs. Frances A. Stockton, recovery of money.

Capital One Bank NA vs. Keri M. Mack, recovery of money.

Capital For Merchants LLC vs. Debra K. Lutz, recovery of money.

Oskaloosa Thriftway vs. Allen Shaver, recovery of money.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Bryan Barnett, recovery of money.

Providence Medical Center Inc. and St. John Hospital Inc. vs. Sean A. Wittenberg, recovery of money.

Perry Milling Inc. vs. Steven R. O’Trimble, recovery of money.

Domestic relations:

Ashley N. Mikijanis vs. Brant J. Daniels, divorce.

Civil:

Discover Bank vs. Jackson Griffin, recovery of money; vs. Kenneth R. Stiles, recovery of money.

Midland Funding LLC vs. Carol Thomas, recovery of money.

KNA Diggin’ Inc. vs. Steve Spencer and Midwest Engine Inc., recovery of money.

U.S. Bank NA vs. Leo K. Hobbs and Donna M. Hobbs, foreclosure.

Criminal:

State vs. John M. Davenport, Meriden, theft value < $1,000.

State vs. Gina M. Jessup , Lawrence, three counts of possession of narcotics.

State vs. Teri A. Hines, Topeka, aggravated assault with use of a deadly weapon, criminal damage to property, violation of protection order and criminal trespassing.

State vs. Travis S. Pope, McLouth, three counts of criminal damage to property, and four counts of not reporting accident involving damage.

State vs. Franklin E. Courter, McLouth, assault, criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct.

Register of deeds—

WD, Robert W. Johnson et ux. to John F. Doores and Jennifer McLain Doores, SW 1/4 33-10-19.

QC, Abby L. Beam to Linda G. Owen, NW 1/4 5-10-19.

QC, Jennifer Boyle et vir. to Robert L. Mize, part of lots 7 , 8, and 9, blk. 20, Oskaloosa.

QC, Shirley M. Fritz to Rodge C. Moore and Linda M. Moore, lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16, blk. M, Lake Ridge Estates.

WD, Gerald K. Haybarker et ux. to Leslie L. Needham and Julia M. Needham, lot 10, blk. 1, Valley Falls.

WD, Norma J. Petrie to Norma J. Petrie, Lee Dunsworth, David Bellinger, Joetta Bellinger, Eva Butterfield and Jane Butterfield, SE 1/4 17-10-19.

QC, Rebecca L. Zehring and Robert M. Baitey III to Dennis L. Smith, NE 1/4 35-10-18.

QC, Dennis L. Smith to Mark Reumund and Jennifer Reumund, NE 1/4 35-10-18.

WD, Ira D. Hawver to Craig E. Sheldon et ux., lot 3, Glen Oaks Subdivision.

QC, Ernie Baker to Bo I. Melin et ux., lots 714, 715 and 716, Walnut Grove Section of Lakeside Village.

WD, Junior L. Wallace et ux. to Ellen E. Wallace, lot 96, Park Woods Section of Lakeside Village.

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.

Jan. 19: Paula Johnson, Ozawkie, reported a burglary and theft.

Jan. 19: Roberta Malm, Valley Falls, reported forgery.

Jan. 19: Amanda Halloway, Oskaloosa, reported harassment.

Jan. 19: Westside Liquor Store, Oskaloosa, reported a theft.

Jan. 19: Leon O. Brunton, Ozawkie, reported a burglary of a vehicle.

Jan. 20: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 19500 block of 23rd Street, rural McLouth.

Jan. 20: Barbara Rath, Oskaloosa, reported a burglary and theft.

Jan. 20: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 300 block of Maple Street, Valley Falls.

Jan. 20: Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress on the 300 block of Maple Street, Valley Falls.

Jan. 21: Officers responded to a report of a battery on the 200 block of South Palmberg Street, Meriden.

Jan. 21: Carrie S. Perkins, Meriden, aggravated battery.

Jan. 21: Laramie K. Steeley, Meriden, reported threats.

Jan. 21: Elma M. Ball, Ozawkie, reported a theft.

Jan. 21: Kenneth Casto, Grantville, reported a burglary of a vehicle.

Jan. 21: Officers responded to a report of trespassing on the 1700 block of Wild Horse Road, McLouth.

Jan. 21: Dan Hutchinson, Meriden, reported an assault.

Jan. 22: Kim Griffitts, rural Oskaloosa, reported a theft.

Jan. 22: Officers responded to a report of trespassing on the 14200 block of Edwards Road, rural Winchester.

Jan. 22: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 300 block of North Owen Street, Meriden.

Jan. 23: Griffith W. Swank, Meriden, reported criminal threats.

Jan. 23: Gregory K. Justus, Ozawkie, reported a theft.

Jan. 23: William I. Hayden Jr., McLouth, reported a threat.

Jan. 23: Paula J. Tavis, Ozawkie, reported a burglary.

Jan. 23: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 400 block of Frontier Court, Meriden.

Jan. 23: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 5000 block of South Street, rural Meriden.

Jan. 23: Officers responded to a report of a noise disturbance on the 300 block of North Owen Street, Meriden.

Jan. 23: Officers responded to a report of a prowler on the 6900 block of Ferguson Road, rural Perry.

Jan. 24: Brian R. Rich, Oskaloosa, reported a theft.

Jan. 24: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 200 block of West Lucy Street, McLouth.

Jan. 24: Christina Annis, rural Ozawkie, reported threats.

Jan. 24: William Heinen, Valley Falls, reported forgery and fraud.

Jan. 24: Officers responded to a report of a theft on the 1000 block of Walnut Street, Oskaloosa.

Jan. 24: Route 92, Oskaloosa, reported a fuel theft.

Jan. 24: Officers responded to a report of shots heard on the 10500 block of K-4 Highway, rural Meriden.

Jan. 25: Timothy J. Frana, Meriden, reported threats.

Jan. 25: Dillon J. Roy, Ozawkie, reported a burglary of a vehicle.

Jan. 25: Westside Liquor, Oskaloosa, reported a theft.

Jan. 25: Jordan W. Dome, Oskaloosa, reported a theft.

Jan. 25: Officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle on the 600 block of Hamilton Street, Oskaloosa.

Jan. 25: Officers responded to a report of a forgery and fraud on the 400 block of Jefferson Street, Oskaloosa.

Jan. 25: Diane Bear, rural McLouth, reported an attempted forgery and fraud.

Jan. 25: Officers responded to a report of a forgery and fraud on the 600 block of Delaware Drive, Ozawkie.

Jan. 25: Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the 200 block of East Jefferson Street, Oskaloosa.

Jan. 25: Joyce Turner, Ozawkie, reported a theft.

Jan. 26: Colleen Cline, rural Winchester, reports a burglary and theft.

Officers also responded to the following calls for service:

  • abandoned vehicle 1
  • alarm 8
  • animal call 13
  • check welfare 3
  • citizen assist 14
  • domestic disturbance 5
  • felony warrant 1
  • juvenile call 7
  • keep peace 2
  • misdemeanor arrest 5
  • restraining order violation 2
  • suspicious activity 16
  • traffic problem 5
  • vehicle check 7
  • 911 hangup 30
  • DUI 3

The following accidents were recently reported:

Jan. 15, 9:55 p.m.: Logan J. Reiling, 22, Oskaloosa, was on Delaware Street turning onto Monroe Street when his vehicle hit a parked vehicle.

Jan. 24, 7:52 p.m.: Seth W. Gerry, 16, Meriden, was southbound on K-4 Highway when his vehicle crossed the center line and over into the eastern ditch. The vehicle then hit a field entrance and went airborn before coming to rest in the ditch on its tires.

The following driver recently struck wildlife on county roadways:

Jason P. Nelson, 39, Oskaloosa.

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