Jon D. Acton and Jennifer L. Lawrence, both of Brownsburg.
Nicholas C. Friedrich, Indianapolis, and Tracy Leann Cook, Danville.
Noelito B. Lantin, Avon, and Emillie Gastador Bercide, Sellersburg.
Gary Eugene McCoy and Judy Kaye Wildman, both of Clayton.
Christopher James Woodrum and Juli Michelle Richardson, both of Danville.
SUPERIOR COURT I
State of Indiana vs. The Following Individuals:
Wilson A. Tooley, battery with bodily injury.
Kenneth L. Hollighe, invasion of privacy.
State of Indiana vs. The Following Individuals:
Heather D. Reeves, failure to appear.
Vincent M. DeMoss, failure to appear.
Eric D. Rubio, theft and receiving stolen property.
John L. Overman, arson, auto theft, and theft.
David M. Overman, arson and theft.
Bruce A. Gallion, arson and theft.
Amanda DeMoss, theft.
Helvey & Associates vs. Rick Rine, default judgment.
Robert and Lola Smith vs. Artistic Coatings, LLC, default judgment.
Capital One Bank vs. Timothy D. Furston, default judgment.
SFJV2003-1 vs. David D. Thompson, default judgment and decree of foreclosure.
Rick and Karen Adcock vs. BAA Indianapolis, LLC, dismissed with prejudice.
North Star Capital Acquisitions, LLC vs. Monica K. Shelton, default judgment.
Aliant Credit Union vs. John E. DeWitt, default judgment and decree foreclosure.
Great Seneca Financial Corporation vs. Susan D. Griffin, default judgment.
Capital One Bank vs. James E. Hardin, default judgment.
James Jones vs. Amy Jones, dissolution of marriage and order to attend K.I.D.S. program.
Shirley Goodwin vs. John Godwin, modification hearing on child support.
Shary Kiggins vs. Dan Kiggins, agreed provisional order.
Leisa Drake vs. Robert Drake, emergency order on parenting time.
Tricia L. Ping vs. Steven G. Ping, qualified domestic relations order.
Travis Eggers vs. Dedlia Eggers, provisional order.
Timothy L. Cook vs. Balerie G. Cook, dissolution decree and judgment.
Cheryl Alexander-Quinn vs. Thomas Alexander, agreed entry.
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