MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS
Todd Wesley Adams, Indianapolis, and Kirtley Michelle Arbuckle, Plainfield.
Eric Mitchell Cook, Omaha, Neb., and Lindsay Elizabeth Ostrander, Indianapolis.
Robert Dempsey Garrett and Loretta Kay Ellsworth, both of Indianapolis.
Jose Chavez Gutierrez and Maria-De-Lourdes S. Gallardo, both of Brownsburg.
Eric Robert Wagner, Plainfield, and Tiera ML Oberman, Shelbyville.
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State of Indiana vs. the following Individuals:
Brandon A. VanHorn, probation violation, failure to provide probation officer with contact information.
Richard J. Gilbrech, domestic battery.
Gary Allen Burdick, domestic battery.
Robert McConnell, invasion of privacy.
Rebecca M. Rork, minor in consumption.
Shayne M. Merritt, possession of a knife on school property.
William Mendenhall, probation violation, battery.
Jason A. Todd, probation violation, invasion of privacy.
State of Indiana vs. The Following Individuals:
Holly N. Mason, probation violation, consumed illegal drugs.
Rebecca Rork, probation violation, consumed alcohol, committed new criminal offense.
Joseph David Nekoli, invasion of privacy.
Morgan E. Roe, probation violation, theft.
James Wesley Coy, conversion.
Kayleigh Anne Rubio, possession of a controlled substance.
Rachael Sue VanSeveren, possession of a controlled substance.
Timothy Haines, probation violation, consumed illegal drugs, failure to pay support as ordered.
Claude Randell Hammond vs. Rubina Juliana Hammond, dissolution of marriage.
Christopher A. Birch vs. Julie A. Moran, agreed entry for modification of child support.
Catherine Strole vs. Edward C. Strole, qualified domestic relations order.
Karen S. Passehl vs. Harry S. Passehl, agreed entry on support.
Darla Kaye Hatfield vs. Scott Marshall Hatfield, dissolution of marriage.
Jennifer Buis vs. Christopher Buis, agreement on child support.
Deanna Collis vs. James C. Hall, agreement establishing paternity and support.
Pamela J. Wilson vs. Mark E. Wilson, dissolution of marriage.
Kevin A. Rybak vs. Kirsten L. Rybak, dissolution of marriage, settlement agreement.
Nelson E. Hygema vs. Michele L. Hygema, dissolution of marriage, settlement agreement.
MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS
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