Putnam County court records


Putnam County Common Pleas Court

Sept. 10

Chace D. Keiser, 28, 424 S. Walnut St., Ottawa, was sentenced to successfully complete the program at the Renewal Center for violating the terms of supervision. The violations include using methamphetamines and cocaine July 17 and July 23, falsifying his identity to Allen County law enforcement Aug. 1, failing to report to a scheduled office visit July 12 and failing to complete twice weekly Passport screens at the Putnam County Jail. He was convicted of tampering with evidence and breaking and entering.

Tyler A. Larson, Ottawa, was granted a divorce from Shellby L. Larson, Ottawa. They were married Aug. 6, 2012 and have one child.

A jury trial scheduled for Michael T. Huizenga, 52, 2764 Road 22B, Continental, charged with seven counts rape, and four counts of gross sexual imposition, has been changed for the fourth time. The trial scheduled to start Oct. 15, was vacated and rescheduled for Nov. 18 at 8:30 a.m. for three days. Huizenga is accused of having sexual contact with a juvenile, less than 13 years of age, every year since 2013 in Putnam County. Huizenga has been ordered not to consume alcohol, illegal drugs or medications not prescribed to him. He must submit to drug screening every Monday and Thursday, have no contact with the alleged victim and appear at all scheduled hearings. Judge Keith Schierloh did allow him to attend church services on Sundays.

Sept. 11

Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, Troy, Mich., was granted a foreclosure against Justin L. Stover, Belmore, in the amount of $40,027.36, plus interest and costs.

Jaclyn S. Meyer, Ottawa, and Daniel L. Meyer, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Aug. 16, 2014 in Putnam County and have no children.

Sept. 12

Tony Gutierrez, 30, 153 S. Oak St., Ottawa, pleaded guilty to aggravated possession of drugs (cocaine). He faces up to 12 months in prison and $2,500 in fines. Bond was continued while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 3:30 p.m. Oct. 21.

New Cases

Santiago Aguilar, Leipsic, v. Maria L. Aguilar, Corpus Christi, Texas; divorce with children.

Huntington National Bank, Columbus, v. Kenra A. Von Lehmden-Wentz, Ottawa; other civil ($61,908.90).

Huntington National Bank, v. Bernadette Schnipke, Continental; foreclosure ($35,000).

Putnam County Municipal Court

Traffic/Aug. 29

Steven Chamberlin, 48, Leipsic, pleaded no contest to OVI first offense, sentenced to 180 days jail, 177 days suspended, fined $750, $375 suspended, one-year license suspension. He was also ordered to pay court costs for headlights required. A charge of OVI with refusal was dismissed.

Criminal/Sept. 3

Lucas M. Luebrecht, 23, Toledo, pleaded guilty to marijuana possession and was fined $150 and given a six-month license suspension. He was also fined $50 for display of license plate. Charges of OVI and drug paraphernalia were dismissed.

Traffic/Sept. 3

Brad A. Fortman, 46, Pandora, pleaded guilty to an amended offense of second offense reckless operation, sentenced to 30 days jail, suspended, fined $250, one-year license suspension, four points. A charge of use of headlight beams were dismissed.

Criminal/Sept. 9

Scott J. Verhoff, 43, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of persistent disorderly conduct, sentenced to 30 days jail, 29 days suspended, and fined $250.

Alexander M. Schultz, 20, Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to drug paraphernalia and was fined $150.

Traffic/Sept. 9

David K. Cooper, 35, Kalida, pleaded guilty to speeding and was fined $150. A charge of reckless operation was dismissed.

Dennis J. Richardson, 39, Lima, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension and was fined $150. Charges of driving under suspension and speeding were dismissed.

Civil/Sept. 9

Consent judgment v. Anthony P. Nagy, Kalida, $686, plus interest and costs to Advanced Care Emergency Medicine Groups, LLC, Toledo.

Traffic/Sept. 10

Felicia M. Canankamp, 34, Delphos, pleaded guilty to OVI, sentenced to 180 days jail, 177 days suspended, fined $750, $375 suspended, one-year license suspension, six points, with credit for three days upon completion of DIP. She was also fined $50 for speeding.

Civil/Sept. 11

Consent judgment v. Angela M. Lowe, Continental, $7,433.98, plus interest and costs to Navy Federal Credit Union, Vienna, VA.

Traffic/Sept. 12

Ryan A. Cocke, 31, Grand Rapids, pleaded guilty to marked lanes and was fined $150. He also pleaded no contest to reckless operation and was found not guilty. He was also fined $150 for speeding.

Civil/Sept. 12

Chris Rich, Ottawa, and Michael Rich, Ottawa, to pay judgment of $647.17, plus interest and costs to Janeen Elliott, Ottawa.

Melissa Espenschied, Fort Jennings, to pay judgment of $5,840.89, plus interest and costs to Midland Funding, LLC, San Diego.

Amy Disilvestri, Ottawa, to pay judgment of $3,584.95, plus interest and costs to Midland Funding, LLC, San Diego.

Frank Hoyt, Columbus Grove, to pay judgment of $736, plus interest and costs to Gastro-Intestinal Associates, Inc., Lima.

Dale Mayer, Columbus Grove, to pay judgment of $385.39, plus interest and costs to Orthopaedic Institute of Ohio, Lima.

Charles R. Rieman, Ottawa, and Anita Rieman, Ottawa, to pay judgment of $354.32, plus interest and costs to Lima Radiological Association, Lima.

Matthew Schnipke, Fort Jennings, and Wendy S. Schnipke, Fort Jennings, to pay judgment of $743.61, plus interest and costs to Van Wert County Hospital.

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