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Putnam County Court News


August 24. 2013 8:49PM
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Putnam County Common Pleas Court



Dispositions/Nov. 1



Richard L. Snively, 55, 502 S. Jefferson St., Pandora, was sentenced on two counts menacing by stalking. He was sentenced to 180 days jail on each count, with 165 days suspended. He was given credit for one day served. He was fined $250 and ordered to stay away from the victim. The sentences were ordered to be served consecutively while another count was dismissed.



Dispositions/Nov. 5



Angela Raines, Pandora, and Drew Raines, Lima, were granted a dissolution of marriage.



Dispositions/Nov. 8



Tyler A. Larson, 22, 627 E. Second St., Apt. A, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to two counts grand theft of a motor vehicle and breaking and entering. He faces up to 48 month in prison and $12,500 in fines. Bond was revoked until a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 11:15 a.m. Dec. 3. He was originally charged with two counts breaking and entering and four counts grand theft.



Dispositions/Nov. 9



Amy Mouk, 35, 206 N. Main St., Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to felony non support. She faces up to 12 months in prison and $2,500 in fines. Bond was continued until a pre-sentence investigation is conducted until 11:30 a.m. Dec. 3.



Ryan Wilson, Ottawa, and Allison Wilson, Cleveland, was granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married May 22, 2010 in Youngstown, and have no children.



Dispositions/Nov. 13



Maurice L. Harsh, II, 25, 118 Lakeland Drive, Apt. 4, Continental, was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbery and three years for tampering with evidence. The sentence was ordered to be served concurrently and he was given credit for 176 days served. It was also ordered to be served concurrent to a Defiance County case and restitution of $500 to Cut Rate Tobacco. He was originally charged with aggravated robbery, possessing criminal tools and tampering with evidence. Harsh was charged with the robbery of Cut Rate Tobacco. According to Ottawa Police Lt. David Winslow, Harsh turned himself in after a cashier picked him out of a photo lineup. Harsh is believed to have entered the business, located at 820 N. Locust St., at 5:20 p.m. May 11, and left with an undetermined amount of money from the cash register and tobacco items worth $134.



Cory J. Hull, 24, 401 Seneca St., Dupont, was sentenced to 11 months in prison for violating the terms of supervision. The violations include testing positive for marijuana on Aug. 31, consuming alcohol and violating his curfew be being away from home between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. He was given credit for 257 days served and ordered to serve the remaining 73 days in the Putnam County Jail.



Bank of America, Plano, Texas, was granted a foreclosure against Michael D. Amann Sr,, Leipsic, Deborah L. Amann, Defiance, Donald A. Amann, Plant City, Fla., Cheryl A. Cravens, Millbury, William E. Amann, Toledo, and Kathleen J. Amann, Toledo, in the amount of $35,419.90, plus interest and costs.



Barbara J. Brickner, Ottawa, and Scott A. Brickner, Ottawa, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were marred Oct. 28, 2005 in Ottawa, and have no children.



Dispositions/Nov. 14



Ashley R. Tippie, 28, Motel 6, State Route 309, Lima, was sentenced to 36 months in prison for burglary and 18 months for complicity. The sentence was ordered to be served concurrently and she was given credit for 63 days served. She was originally charged with complicity (burglary) and complicity (grand theft of a motor vehicle).



Kelly L. Hosler, was granted a divorce from Jimmy J. Hosler, . They were married April 16, 1994, in Ottawa, and have three children.



Keith Lammers, Ottawa, and Crystal Lammers, Winchester, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Jan. 9, 2009 in Findlay, and have two children.



New Cases



Nienberg Inc., Ottawa, v. L & S Wiggins Used Cars, Middlesex, N.C.; money.



Mote Farm Se2vices, Inc., Union City, In., v. Field Gimmy, Inc., Glandorf, and Dennis Nienberg, Glandorf, and Melvin Nienberg, Glandorf; money.



M & J Investment Properties, LLC, Defiance, v. Tooman Roofing & Painting, LLC, Leipsic; money.



Erie Insurance Exchange, East Peoria, Ill., v. Brett Grayson, Ottawa, and Amy Smith, Ottawa; money.



Judith A. Balbaugh, Ottawa, v. Jared Balbaugh, Napoleon, divorce with children.



Autovest, LLV, Cincinnati, v. Patricia Gray, Kalida; money.



Amy M. Proctor, Leipsic, v. Charles L.Proctor, Leipsic; divorce with children.



Putnam County Municipal Court



Dispositions/Nov. 13



Melodie J. Stewart, 43, 202 E. Main St., Apt. B, Leipsic, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of persistent disorderly conduct and was found guilty. Sentence: 30 days jail, $100 fine, with 29 days jail suspended.



Joseph A. Biller, 22, 7710 Fort Amanda Road, Lima, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of obstructing official business. Sentence: 90 days jail, $500 fine, with 89 days jail suspended. Charges of unsafe vehicle and ATV on roadway were dismissed.



Judgments/Nov. 13



Unifund CCR, LLC, Cincinnati, default judgment v. Alexandra L. Guerra, Leipsic, $1,109.06, plus interest and costs.



Blanchard Valley Professional, Findlay, default judgment v. Jason W. Smith, Columbus Grove, $1,291.26, plus interest and costs.



Cach, LLC, Denver, default judgment v. Terry Steffen, Pandora, $$1,803.85, plus interest and costs.



Dispositions/Nov. 14



Marcelo Hernandez Jr., 21, 32 W. Broadway St., Leipsic, pleaded guilty to violating the terms of probation. Sentence: 180 days jail, with 178 days jail suspended. domestic violence.



Judgments/Nov. 14



Ottawa Feed & Grain True Value, small claims v. Randy McKnight, Holgate, $296.71, plus interest and costs.



Don Kramer, Columbus Grove, small claims v. Todd Chamberlin, Continental, $150, plus interest and costs.



Dispositions/Nov. 15



Kyle W. Varner, 25, 14876 State Route 111, Paulding, pleaded no contest to attempt trafficking and was found guilty. Sentence: 180 days jail, $250 fine, with 177 days jail suspended, and restitution of $160 to the MAN unit and complete assessment at Pathways Counseling Center.



David T. Fortman, 59, 1570 N. Perry St., Lot 5, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-offense reckless operation. Sentence: Four points, 30 days jail, $250 fine, with 27 days jail suspended and credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP program. A charge of turn signals was dismissed.



Judgments/Nov. 15



Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, Norfolk, Va., default judgment v. Thomas Warniment, Fort Jennings, $2,725.30, plus interest and costs.



Blanchard Valley Health System, Findlay, default judgment v. Esmerelda J. Alafa, Leipsic, $741.80, plus interest and costs.



Blanchard Valley Health System, Findlay default judgment v. Trisha C. Velasquez, Ottawa, $1,172.26, plus interest and costs.



Bluffton Hospital, Findlay, default judgment v. Amy B. Powley, Columbus Grove, and Bradley D. Powley, Columbus Grove, $3,788.06, plus interest and costs.



Van Wert County Hospital, default judgment v. Matthew Schnipke, Fort Jennings, $320.62, plus interest and costs.





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