Putnam County court records


Putnam County Common Pleas Court

Dec. 9

Gary L. Samlow, Continental, and Joy E. Samlow, Continental, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Nov. 13, 1999 in Las Vegas, Nev. and have no minor children.

Renee M. Ickes, Continental, and David J. Ickes, Kalida, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married April 28, 2017 in Cloverdale and have two children.

Ronald Dillingham Jr., 43, 660 Prospect Ave., Lima, pleaded guilty to non-support. 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. March 9.

Dec. 10

Christopher M. Shomsky, 35, 24949 Road P, Fort Jennings, pleaded guilty to two counts pandering obscenity involving a minor. He faces up to 36 months in prison and $10,000 in fines. Bond was continued while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 11:30 a.m. Jan. 13.

Judgment was awarded against Jerry Cuevas regarding his property at 606 E. Main St., Belmore.

As of Aug. 30, 2019, Cuevas had failed to connect the premises to a new sanitary sewer system that had been constructed very near and accessible to his property and he was ordered to have the property connected to the system within 90 days. If Cuevas fails to do so, the Putnam County Health Department was ordered to enter the premises and connect to the new sanitary treatment system and disconnect the old sewage treatment system and place the costs on the property tax duplicate.

Dec. 11

Crystal R. Warner, 30, 8753 Road O, Ottawa, was referred to the WORTH Center for forgery. She was placed on five years community control. She must obtain and maintain employment, stay away from victim, and complete all counseling and treatment recommended and obtain a GED. She was ordered to pay $75 restitution to the Ottawa Party Mart, along with the co-defendant. Another charge of forgery was dismissed.

Monica Pena, 20, 147 7th St., Ottawa, was sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included being in possession of drugs. She was placed on five years community control and was given credit for 61 days served. She was originally sentenced to theft of a credit card.

A PlayStation 4 and Xbox, owned by Andrew Vasquez, 3721 Road K3, Ottawa, that was placed in evidence and held at sheriff’s office was ordered forfeited. The items may be used for prizes during a drawing for the children at the Shop with a Cop event held Dec. 14. Vasquez had been convicted of theft of a credit card.

Dec. 12

Trenton M. Holloway, 29, 131 E. Grand Ave., Lima, was sentenced to one year in jail for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included being convicted of an intoxication charge last June in Lima Municipal Court. He was given credit for 322 days. He was originally charged with possession of drugs (crack cocaine).

Dec. 13

Jesus Tapia, Jr., 57, 726 S. Oak St., Ottawa, pleaded guilty to tampering with records. He faces up to 36 months in prison and $1,000 in fines. Bond was continued while a presentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for noon Jan. 13, 2020. A charge of failure to give notice of residence address change was dismissed.

New Cases

Discover Bank, New Albany, v. Margaret C. Yates, Columbus Grove; other civil ($15,971.03).

Teresa Woods, Columbus Grove, v. Aaron Woods, Weston; support.

Putnam County Department of Health, v. Scott R. Knueven, Leipsic and Jamie L. Knueven, Leipsic; injunctive relief.

Putnam County Municipal Court dispositions

Dec. 5

Brock B. Adams, 57, 2716 State Route 637, Grover Hill, pleaded guilty to OVI. Sentence: Six points, 180 days jail, 170 days suspended, $750 fine, $375 suspended, one-year license suspension, with credit for six days jail upon completion of DIP, and complete alcohol and drug assessment. A charge of failure to control was dismissed.

Dec. 9

Anthony C. Villasenor, 27, 2035 Waverly Circle, Henderson, Nev., pleaded guilty to an amended offense of reckless operation. Sentence: $150 fine. A charge of turn signals was dismissed.

Alan Beining, 59, 26264 Road P, Fort Jennings, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief. Sentence: 60 days jail, suspended, $150 fine and no contact with victim for two years.

Austin N. Kline, 23, 229 Maple St., Delphos, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless operation. Sentence: $150 fine. A charge of failure to display reg/expired plates was dismissed.

Charles A. Buder, 42, 1620 E. Main St., Apt. 4, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to domestic violence. Sentence: 180 days jail, 150 days suspended, $100 fine, concurrent with Wood County case.

Courtney M. Vanschoyck, 19, 231 S. South St., West Leipsic, pleaded guilty to driving under FRA/noncompliance. Sentence: $250 fine. She was also fined $50 for expired registration plates.

Dec. 10

Kristopher L. Sargent, 42, 420 E. Sycamore St., Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Sentence: 30 days jail, suspended, $150 fine.

Jose A. Velasquez, Jr., 36, 318 Eastom St., Leipsic, pleaded guilty to driving under license forfeiture. Sentence: $150 fine.

Dec. 12

Sarah A. Owsley, 24, 134 N. High St., Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of license forfeiture – third offense. Sentence: 30 days jail, $100 fine. She also pleaded guilty to license forfeiture. Sentence: 30 days jail, suspended, $100 fine. A charge of expired plates was dismissed.

Putnam County Municipal Court judgments

Dec. 6

Ohio Emergency Professionals, Inc., Sunrise, Fla., default judgment v. Loren E. Ickes, Leipsic, $1,142, plus costs of $95, plus interest and costs.

Ohio Emergency Professionals, Inc., Sunrise, Fla., default judgment v. Chelsea Seibert, Ottawa, $857, plus costs of $95, plus interest and costs.

Dec. 9

Discover Bank, Hebron, Ky., default judgment v. Victoria L. Briseno, Leipsic, $3,087.66, plus court costs of $95, plus interest and costs.

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