Putnam County Common Pleas Court
The following individuals were indicted following a session of the Putnam County Grand Jury on March 4.
Larry J. Burkhart, 75, 11420 State Route 634, Cloverdale; three counts rape and three counts gross sexual imposition.
Brandie D. Grandey, 41, 7980 State Route 12, Hicksville; aggravated possession of drugs.
Tasha A. Barrett, 35, 20 Village Lane, Hartsville, Tenn.; aggravated possession of drugs.
Derrick A. Clark, 39, 405 N. Sixth St., Continental; illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and aggravated possession of drugs.
Richard I. Rudman, 50, 6997 NE 12th St., Ocala, Fla.; passing bad checks.
Kevin M. Arnone, 35, 440 N. Taft Ave., Ottawa; possession of drugs (cocaine).
Matthew J. Aguirre, 30, 313 E. Cross St., Columbus Grove; importuning.
Jacob Carillo, 25, 225 N. Orchard St., Leipsic; possession of drugs (fentanyl), obstructing official business, resisting arrest and driving under suspension.
Colin R. Sickels, 25, 17921 State Route 190, Fort Jennings; vehicular assault.
Tiffany Chasco, 32, 26 E. Liberty St., Leipsic; failure to provide notice of change of address.
Terry Phillips, 61, 24215 Road J, Cloverdale; failure to provide notice of change of address.
Sonny G. Olivo, 27, 363 Oak St., Leipsic; aggravated assault, domestic violence, endangering children and criminal damaging.
Daniel F. Salazar, 37, 1350 N. Locust St., Apt. 112, Ottawa; rape and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.
A judgment entered Sept. 7, 2011 was revived in which LVNV Funding, LLC, Columbus, was granted judgment against Luke Mansfield, Ottawa, in the $14,551.86, plus interest and costs.
Kelle A. Robach, 37, 107 E. Kalida St., Kalida, pleaded guilty to possession of heroin. She faces up to 12 months in prison and $2,500 in fines. Bond was set at $25,000, 10%, while a pre-sentence investigation is conducted with sentencing set for 1 p.m. April 2.
James C. Berger, 29, 68 Main St., West Leipsic, was sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included testing positive for methamphetamines and failing to report to the probation officer as scheduled. He was placed on five years’ community control and was given credit for eight days served. He must obtain and maintain employment and complete all counseling and treatment recommended. Berger was originally convicted of receiving stolen property.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Salt Lake City, Utah, was granted a foreclosure against Terry A. Ricker, Ottawa, and Mary A. Ricker, Ottawa in the amount of $133,517.44, plus interest and costs.
Lacy Bradley, Thornville, v. Jacob L. Stabler, Bluffton, and Toni Stabler, South Vienna; personal injury (excess of $25,000).
Douglas Schroeder, Ottawa, and Bonnie Schroeder, Miller City; dissolution of marriage with children.
Union Bank, Columbus Grove, v. Shelly M. Clark, Columbus Grove; foreclosure ($77,124.72).
Putnam County Municipal Court dispositions
Randy L. Smith, 40, 111 Plum St., Kalida, pleaded guilty to an amended offense of second-offense reckless operation. Sentence: Four points, 30 days jail, 27 days suspended, $250 fine, with credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP. Charges of seat belt and failure to display reg/expired plates were dismissed.
Carlos Valdez, 40, 7372 County Road 97, Findlay, pleaded guilty to first offense OVI. Sentence: Six points, 180 days jail, 120 days suspended, $750 fine, $375 suspended, three-year license suspension, with credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP and complete drug and alcohol assessment. He was also fined $250 for stopping after accident exchange information.
Putnam County Municipal Court judgments
Synchrony Bank, Independence, agreed judgment v. Brad A. Halker, Columbus Grove, $2,219.89, plus costs.
LVNV Funding, LLC, Greenville, S.C., default judgment v. Scott Farling, Pandora, $596.94, plus interest and costs of $95.
Credit Acceptance Corp., Southfield, Mich., default judgment v. Anthony Brown, Columbus Grove, $11,202.03, plus interest and costs.
Promedica Toledo Hospital, default judgment v. Andrew Valdez, Leipsic, $3,831, plus costs.