May 13

Summer N. Swaim, 32, Bluffton, was sentenced to 36 months in prison for violating the terms of supervision. The violations include presenting an insurer a false statement on April 11, and testing positive for Oxycontin not lawfully prescribed by a physician on April 8. She was originally convicted of burglary. She was given credit for 463 days and must pay restitution of $5,300.

Luis M. Rocha, 23, Ottawa, was sentenced to 180 days jail for trafficking in drugs with specification and six days jail for trafficking in drugs. The sentence was ordered to be served consecutive and he was given credit for six days served. He must undergo alcohol and drug treatment, obtain employment, pay $845 restitution to the MAN unit, and his driver’s license was suspended for 12 months. His Mitsubishi Eclipse was forfeited to the MAN unit. Charges of trafficking in drugs (cocaine) with specification and two counts permitting drug abuse were dismissed.

May 15

HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc., Brandon, Florida, was granted a foreclosure judgment against Eric Lyons, Ottawa, and Diana L. Lyons, Ottawa, in the amount of $170,295.29, plus interest and costs.

May 21

Ashley R. Tippie, 30, Lima, was sentenced to another stay at the WORTH Center for violating the terms of supervision. The violation included being unsuccessfully discharged from the WORTH Center program on April 14. She was placed on three years community control and must maintain employment. She was originally convicted of burglary and complicity.

John C. Morman, Columbus Grove, and Heather L. Morman, Columbus Grove, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Sept. 8, 2012 in Columbus Grove, and have one child.

The Huntington National Bank, Columbus, was granted a foreclosure judgment against Leah J. Williams, Emporium, Pennsylvania, and David S. Goecke, Defiance, in the amount of $80,692.20, plus interest and costs.

May 22

Ted A. Hart, 52, Kalida, was sentenced to 150 days jail for gross sexual imposition, with credit for 45 days served, three years community control, must undergo mental health counseling and treatment and no contact with victim. Another charge of gross sexual imposition was dismissed.

Jennifer Jeffers, Ottawa, and Steven Jeffers, Ottawa, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married June 11, 2010 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and have two children.

New Cases

Jill R. Niese, Leipsic, and Roger E. Niese, Leipsic; dissolution with children.

Adam M. Sheaks, Ottawa, and Teresita Sheaks, Ottawa; dissolution with children.

Wesley Palmer, Ottawa, v. Jeanie Palmer, Ottawa; divorce with children.