Putnam County court records


Putnam County Common Pleas Court

The following individuals were indicted May 1 by the Putnam County Grand Jury.

Jessica L. McClure, 25, 568 Hazel Ave. Lima; involuntary manslaughter and four counts endangering children.

Juanita L. Austermiller, 48, 230 E. Main St., McClure; possession of drugs (cocaine) and OVI.

Adan Vasquez, 33, 619 Morse St., Findlay; receiving stolen property, improper handling of firearms in motor vehicle, OVI, illegal use of drug paraphernalia and open container.

Zackery B. Johnson, 28, 20650 State Route 694, Cloverdale; possession of drugs (methamphetamines).

Timothy L. Font, II, 41, 17274 Road 111, Paulding; two counts passing bad checks.

Benjamin R. Jones, 31, 814 Jefferson Ave., Defiance; possession of a controlled substance (hydrocodone).

James R. Sulfridge, 39, 302 S. Second St., Continental; possession of drugs (methamphetamines).

Tyler T. Vogt, 20, 18893 Road 18E, Continental; trafficking in drugs (Adderall) and trafficking in drugs (methamphetamines).

Jacquelyn N. Hiegel, 37, 195 Main St., West Leipsic; possession of drugs (methamphetamines) and possession of drugs (heroin).

Brian O. Rippetoe, 39, 20485 Road G, Continental; two counts trafficking in drugs (methamphetamines).

April 26

Chukwuemeka F. Durgbor, 19, 1010 Sugar Lane, Apt. #613, Palestine, Texas, was found not guilty by reason of insanity on charges of burglary, breaking and entering and theft. He was referred to the court’s diagnostic and treatment center for recommendation as to treatment and proposed leased restrictive options.

Edward Hernandez, 42, 11 Sugar St., Leipsic, pleaded guilty to non-support of dependents. He faces up to 18 months in prison and $5,000 in fines. Bond was continued while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 1 p.m. June 13.

Jeremy J. Detwiler, 27, 10921 Road 20J, Cloverdale, was placed on five years community control for attempting tampering with evidence and aggravated possession of drugs. He must obtain and maintain employment, and complete any counseling and treatment recommended.

Abigail J. Nartker, Kalida, and David T. Nartker, Kalida, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married June 11, 2005 in Putnam County and have one child.

April 29

Jessy D. Layton, 34, Orient, was sentenced to 30 months in prison for violating a protection order. The sentence is to be served concurrent to a conviction to an attempted felonious assault case. A charge of intimidation of a witness was dismissed.

Jacob A. Warnimont, 23, 312 S. Main St., Delphos, was granted a reduction of three days to his jail sentence and was released May 1. He had been convicted of possession of drugs (cocaine).

May 2

Eric D. Lambert, 30, 527 State St., Leipsic, was sentenced to 30 days jail for non-support of dependents. He was placed on five years’ community control, must obtain and maintain employment, and complete all counseling and treatment recommended.

New Cases

Sandra Miller, Ottawa, and Zack Miller, Ottawa; dissolution of marriage with children.

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, Coral Gables, Fla., v. Delia Delarosa, Columbus Grove; foreclosure ($99,996.10).

Prestige Financial Servicing, Inc., Draper, Utah, v. Ashlee Doster, Columbus Grove, and Kelsey Niese, Leipsic; civil other.

Putnam County Municipal Court dispositions

April 25

Phillip D. Baney, 54, 215 Orchard Road, Lot. 12, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to violating a protection order. Sentence: 180 days jail, 176 days suspended, $250 fine. Charges of violating a protection order and domestic violence were dismissed.

Allen Marcin, 37, 631 W. Sycamore St., Apt. A14, Columbus Grove, pleaded no contest to drug paraphernalia and was found guilty. Sentence: $150 fine. He was also fined $150 for drug abuse/possession.

April 29

Tyler S. Burgei, 24, 24816 State Route 189, Fort Jennings, pleaded guilty to an amended offense of second offense reckless operation. Sentence: Four points, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, $250 fine, six-month license suspension, with credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP. A charge of tail lights required was dismissed.

Jordan A. Alt, 27, 843, E. Sixth St., Ottawa, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-offense reckless operation. Sentence: 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, $250 fine, with credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP. A charge of failure to yield was dismissed.

Richard J. Ruhe, 67, 465 Hickory Court, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless operation. Sentence: $150 fine. Charges of consumption in a motor vehicle and turn signals were dismissed.

April 30

Nicholas J. Bidlack, 29, 398 South St., Dupont, pleaded guilty to an amended offense of second offense reckless operation. Sentence: 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, $250 fine, six-month license suspension, with credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP.

Nicole G. Parsley, 37, 6385 Bricewood Drive, Reynoldsburg, pleaded guilty to telecommunication harassment. Sentence: 10 days jail, suspended, $150 fine and no contact with victim for six months.

Rick A. Mitchell, 50, 219 W. Main St., McComb, pleaded no contest to drug abuse/possession and was found guilty. Sentence: $150 fine and six-month license suspension.

Donnie V. Ardner, III, 20, 3433 Georgian Ave., Apt. J, Lima, pleaded guilty to driving without a valid license. Sentence: 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, $250 fine. He was also fined $50 for expired registration.

May 2

Britny N. Miller, 22, 312 S. Main St., Delphos, pleaded guilty to drug abuse/possession. Sentence: $150 fine and six-month license suspension. He was also fined $150 for drug paraphernalia.

Putnam County Municipal Court judgments

April 30

Credit Acceptance, Corp., Columbus, default judgment v. Lora A. Siebeneck, Leipsic, and Jacob D. Siebeneck, Leipsic, $5,096.54, plus interest and costs.

May 1

Pandora Family Physicians, Inc., default judgment v. Brian A. Higley, North Baltimore, and Amy Higley, North Baltimore, $1,038.62, plus interest and cost of suit taxed at $105.

Heather M. Hermiller, Pandora, small claims v. Amanda Napier, Springfield, $250, plus interest and costs.

May 2

Lima Radiological Associates, Inc., Toledo, default judgment v. Jason Hites, Columbus Grove, $446.40, plus interest and costs.

Lima Radiological Associates, Inc., Toledo, default judgment v. Kevin W. Amstutz, Ottawa, and Tonya Amstutz, Ottawa, $320.34, plus interest and costs.

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