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Michael Alan Ball and Jennifer Lynn Carroll, both of Avon.
Matthew Scott Bruce and Alaina Renee McCullough, both of Indianapolis.
Jamie Brian Carlton and Barbara Kay Spratt, both of Brownsburg.
Lewis R. Demaree, Rockville, and Kathy S. Choate, Avon.
Matthew Heath Durham, Brownsburg, and Lindsay Welker French, Stow, Ohio.
Perry Lavaughn Freeman and Susan Marie Davis, both of Camby.
Marc C. Hendrickson and Jacqueline Rose Frye, both of Plainfield.
Keith Andrew Hincher and Teresa Faye Ludlow, both of Brownsburg.
Craig A. Holloway, Englewood, Ohio, and Neva Brooks, Indianapolis.
Anthony Jerome John and Sarah Ann Pearcy, both of Omaha, Neb.
David L. Keen and Jacqueline N. Mullen, both of Brownsburg.
Wilford Eugene Leasure, West Union, Ill., and Jennifer Gertrude O’Donnell, Avon.
Matthew Gregory Mourning and Jacqueline Kathleen Rohrer, both of Plainfield.
Michael Andrew Nance and Megan Marie Moore, both of Avon.
Paul Raymond Passwater, Stilesville, and Ashley Nichole Pedro, Clayton.
Gerald W. Root and Dana R. Zimmerman, both of Danville.
Muhammad Ahtisham Saeed and Maham Mushtaq, both of Indianapolis.
Shane A. Strasser and Jill Ann Crouch, both of Brownsburg.
Jamie Alan Strickland and Rochelle Marie Richard, both of Plainfield.
Ronald D. Thompson and Leslie Anne Fry, both of Pittsboro.
Bradley Ward Willkie and Lora Lisa Bratcher, both of Avon.
David R. Woolner, Urbana, Ill., and Pamela S. Groves, Brownsburg.
SUPERIOR COURT I
State of Indiana vs. the following Individuals:
Daniel M. Sebanc, failure to appear.
Robert Ramon Eldrid, invasion of privacy.
Kevin A. Barnes, battery with bodily injury, domestic battery.
Donald E. Dawson, invasion of privacy.
Jeffrey K. Williams, domestic battery, strangulation, criminal confinement.
Christopher Hutton, invasion of privacy.
Troy D. Gorham, invasion of privacy.
State of Indiana vs. The Following Individuals:
Barry L. Wilson, probation violation, consumed illegal drugs.
Arturo L. Torres, possession of marijuana.
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