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Western Dist. Court News



(Note: In the list of traffic offenses, the first number is illegal speed; the second, legal speed. The first dollar amount is the fine; the second, costs.)

Shahid Sayeed Qureshi, Archbold, speeding, 74-55, US20A, $47, $88.

Scott D. Cook, rural Archbold, speeding, 68-55, St. Rt. 2, $37, $88.

Jalen H. Longoria, Archbold, disobeyed stop sign, Murbach St. at Vine St., $37, $88.

Russell D. Bigger II, rural Archbold, speeding, 75-55, Co. Rd. C, $100, $88.

Cody Jo Bradley, rural Wauseon, failed to yield at stop sign, Co. Rd. 17 at US20A, $37, $88.

Luis Gabriel Flores Caban, Napoleon, speeding, 84-55, Co. Rd. C, $150, $88.

Martin T. Suarez, Wauseon, noise, $50, $89.50.

Elvira Ramirez, Wauseon, failure to control, W. Chestnut St., Wauseon, $100, $88.

Melvon T. Winchester, rural Archbold, domestic violence, $100, $163

Cassie Carpenter, rural Fayette, failed to confine dog, $25, $54; failed to register dog, $25, $78.

Leah D. Schrock, rural Wauseon, speeding, 85-55, Co. Rd. J, $150, $88.

Dennis E. Damman, rural Napoleon, speeding, 56-35, Miller Ave., $47, $88.

Shianne Myers, Napoleon, failed to maintain assured clear distance ahead, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon, $75, $88.

James K. Pontious, rural Pioneer, possession of controlled substance, $100, $78, driver license suspended for 180 days, occupational, medical, and other limited driving privileges granted.

Timothy A. Lambes, Archbold, speeding, 70-55, US20, no fine, $88.

Luisa Pontious, Wauseon, failed to register dog, $35, $78; allowed dog to run at large, $35, $78; second count, allowed dog to run at large, no fine, $78; two counts of failure to confine dog dismissed.

Heather Smith, Wauseon; failed to file City of Wauseon income tax return, $25, $94, 30 hours community service.

Eileen Waidelich, rural Archbold, failed to confine dog, $25, $54, second count, failed to confine dog, $25, $54; failed to require dog to wear tag, $10, $79; second count, failed to require dog to wear tag, $10, $78.

Victor Castillo, Wauseon, disorderly conduct, $100, $119, 30 hours community service.

Jordan M. Nelson, rural Wauseon, improper backing, Leggett St., Wauseon, $75, $88.

Edwin H. Andrews, Wauseon, driving while license suspended, Airport Hwy., Wauseon, $200, $93, 30 hours community service; expired license plates, $50, $64.

Tess Trucks, Wauseon, driving while license suspended, N. Shoop Ave., Wauseon, $200, $98, 60 hours community service.

Nicholas B. Layne, Defiance, speeding, 75-55, Co. Rd. 24, $100, $88; seat belt, $30, $51.

Small Claims

Ally Financial, formerly known as GMAC, Lewisville, Texas, plaintiff, vs. Brenda M. Gruenwald, Archbold, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $7,595.74.

Elm Limited Partnership, Cincinnati, plaintiff, vs. Stephanie Wanless, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $1,618.76.

Fairview Apartments, LLC, rural Wauseon, plaintiff, vs. Monica Tovar, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $481.14.

Ironwood Village, LLC, rural Wauseon, plaintiff, vs. Marco (now known as Mark) Ayala and Crystal Nofziger, Wauseon, $826.92.

Hagerman Family Physicians, Wauseon, plaintiff, vs. Autumn Hardin, Wauseon, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $303.

Drs. Behringer & Herman, Wauseon, plaintiff, vs. Lucas Hernandez, Pettisville, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $287.38.

Ann Grisier, Wauseon, plaintiff, vs. Andrew Fox and Sara Fox, Swanton, defendant, judgment for the plaintiff, $1,494.

The following cases were filed on behalf of the Fulton County Health Center as plaintiff. Judgments are for the plaintiff unless otherwise noted. Defendants and judgment amounts follow:

•Sarah Dionne, Rockwood, Mich., $1,703.30.

•Lawrence Burkett and Sandra S. Burkett, Toledo, $264.

•Donald W. Bird III, and Brandy Bird, rural Fayette, $786.24.

•Steven A. Rochefort, rural Wauseon, $1880.69.

•Loretta Newbery, Quincy, Mich., $659.

•Jonathen A. Brown, rural Fayette, $723.69.

•Mitchell D. Dunbar, Morenci, Mich., 184.80.

•Jack Dyer, Toledo, $606.97.

•Abdo Alsaadi, Wauseon, $652.67.

(Note: During this session, Western District Court dealt with one speeding offense, and three other offenses committed on the Ohio Turnpike.)



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