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Brandon J. Cranick, Valparaiso, and Sara Yvonne Blakley, Clayton.
Frank Harrison Dunbar and Mary Francis Jones, both of Indianapolis.
Timothy Aaron Gill and Cynthia Lynn Rice, both of Avon.
Curtis Duane Ivey and Alicia Catherine Berger, both of Danville.
Craig J. Newkirk and Deborah J. Hough, both of Plainfield.
Michael Jason Ringley and Amy Marie Archer, both of Brownsburg.
Joshua Dean Spears, Danville, and Kelly Louise Humphrey, Indianapolis.
Richard Islip Stent and Roberta Jo Sutton, both of Brownsburg.
Christopher Jason Uryga and Leslee Ann Morrison, both of Avon.
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State of Indiana vs. the folloperating while intoxicatedng Individuals:
Stephen M. Davis, domestic battery.
Louis Humphrey, failure to appear.
Howard E. Kline, invasion of privacy.
Sean P. Roberts, invasion of privacy.
Travis J. Farris, domestic battery.
Shannon R. Poole, battery w/bodily injury.
Lyle F. Bargo, invasion of privacy, battery and criminal mischief.
Devon A. Beverly, disorderly conduct.
Amy M. Keller, probation violation, committed new criminal law.
Aaron M. Jones, battery.
Devin S. Edmonds, invasion of privacy.
Galan J. Voorhis, disorderly conduct.
Merle R. Webb, battery w/bodily injury.
Howard E. Kline, disorderly conduct.
Joshua L. Scott, battery.
Michael T. Leskovec, resisting law enforcement.
Bradford E. Pickering, battery domestic.
SUPERIOR COURT I
State of Indiana vs. The Folloperating while intoxicatedng Individuals:
Lisa Romero, possession of cocaine.
Kyle A. Wilson, robbery, confinement w/deadly weapon and theft.
Michael A. Smith, theft.
Cory P. King, probation violation, consumed illegal drugs.
Adam M. Obrien, conversion.
Eric J. Milish, theft.
Shannon Martin, probation violation, failed to attend required appointments w/probation.
Steven M. Hunter, theft.
Rodney Wingler, battery w/deadly weapon.
John L. Overman, probation violation, auto theft.
Bruce Gallion, probation violation, consumed illegal drugs.
Bobby Ashley, probation violation, auto theft.
Cory P. King, probation violation, theft.
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