Civil/Contract
William D. Shumaker, Ottawa, to pay judgment of $5,512.90 plus interest and court costs to Chaparral Inc., Toledo.
Adam Lomeli, Leipsic, to pay judgment of $3,623.74 plus interest and costs to Capital One Bank (USA) NA, Richmond, Va.
Hilario Salinas Jr., Leipsic, to pay judgment of $1,163.49 with interest and costs of this action to Midland Funding DE LLC, San Diego, Calif.
Noemi Pedroza, Leipsic, to pay judgment of $95 with interest and costs to Lima Pathology Association, Lima.
Arturo Camareno and Jody Camareno, Continental, to pay judgment of $435.85 with interest and costs to OB/ GYM Specialists of Lima Inc., Lima.
Jennifer N. Brown, Leipsic, to pay judgment of $7,116.44 plus accrued interest on the principal balance as well as the costs of this action to As- set Acceptance LLC, Warren, Mich.

Criminal
Adam R. Unverferth, 23, Bowling Green, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of disorderly conduct, found guilty, fined $150.
Kyle Strauer, 32, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charge of obstructing official business, found guilty, fined $250 and 90 days jail with 90 days jail
suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years. Defendant is on probation for 12 months or until further court order.
Amy A. Warnimont, 33, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charge of falsification, found guilty, fined $100 and 180 days jail with $100 of fine and 180 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years.
John W. Trehan, 52, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to charge of domestic violence, found guilty, fined $200 and 180 days jail with 164 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years and probation for 12 months or until further court order. Defendant is to complete an assessment at Pathways or equivalent counseling provider (alcohol and batters treatment). Defendant is given credit for 16 days jail served, may be released after court. Companion charge of aggravated menacing is dis- missed due to plea negotiations.
Jason M. Doster, 38, Continental, pleaded no contest to charge of disorderly conduct, found guilty, fined $50.
Justin T. Monhollen, 18, Cridersville, pleaded guilty to charge of failure to comply, found guilty, fined $250 and 180 days jail with 174 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar violation of
any similar laws in two years. Defendant to complete 40 hours of community service within 90 days. Defendant is given credit for six days jail previously served (concur- rent with case 2012trc1268). Defendants operator license suspended for six months.
Adam Schmenk, 19, Ottawa, invalid deer permit, $125 fine.

Traffic
Kyle Strauer, 32, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charge of first offense OVI, found guilty, 6 points, fined $750 and 180 days jail and one year class 5 license suspension, ALS is terminated and sentence is modified as follows: 130 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/blood alcohol test in two years, no violation of driving privileges and maintain insurance according to statute, pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear, attend victim impact panel, complete an assessment at Pathways or equivalent agency and follow all recommendations, serve 12 months probation. Defendant is to serve 50 days. Companion charge of OVI dismissed.
Shawn M. Woolbright, 28, Cloverdale, pleaded guilty to charge of first offense OVI, found guilty, 6 points, fined $750 and 180 days jail and one year class 5 license suspension, ALS is terminated and sentence is modified as follows: $375 of fine and 172 days jail suspended on condition he attend six day driving intervention program. Defendant is to be given credit for six days jail upon completion of D.I.P. program. No similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/blood alcohol test in two years. No violation of driving privileges and maintain insurance. Attend victim impact panel. Probation for six months or until released. Defendant to attend alcohol assessment and abide by recommendations. Defen- dant to report to jail to serve two days jail.
Justin T. Monhollen, 18, Cridersville, pleaded guilty to charge of first offense OVI, found guilty, 6 points, fined $750 and 180 days jail and one year class 5 license suspension, ALS is terminated and sentence is modified as follows: $375 of fine and 160 days jail suspended on condition he attend 72 hour driving intervention program. Defendant is to be given credit for three days jail upon comple- tion of D.I.P. program. No similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/blood alcohol test in two years. No violation of driving privileges and maintain insurance. Attend victim impact panel. Defendant is given credit for six days jail previously served.
Nathan C. Schroeder, 25, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of second offense reckless operation, found guilty, 4 points, fined $250 and 30 days jail and one year class 5 license suspen- sion, ALS is terminated and sentence is modified as fol- lows: 27 days jail suspended on condition he attend 72 hour driving intervention program. Defendant is to be given credit for three days jail upon completion of DIP pro- gram. No similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take
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breath/blood alcohol test in two years from date of this entry. No violation of driving privileges and maintain insurance. Pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear.
Timothy R. Elston, 19, Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of driving under suspension in violation of license rest., found guilty, fined $50. Companion charge of expired plates is dismissed.
Timothy Harriger, 21, Hamler, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of second offense OVI, found guilty, 6 points, fined $750 and 180 days jail and three year class 5 license suspension, ALS is terminated and sentence is modified as fol- lows: $200 of fine and 160 days jail suspended on condition defendant report to jail to serve 20 days jail. No similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/blood alcohol test in two years. No violation of driving privileges and maintain insurance. Pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear, attend victim impact panel. Defendant is to do an alcohol assessment and abide by recommendations. Defendant to serve 12 months probation. Defendant can apply for further modification of drivers license suspension after attending counseling, payment of fine and cost and passage of one and one half years. Companion charge of OVI dismissed.
Jason R. Schroeder, 30, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charge of speeding, found guilty, fined $50.
Jordan Garcia, 23, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to charge of expired plates, found guilty, fined $25.
Chad M. Adkins, 35, Continental, pleaded guilty to charge of speeding, found guilty, fined $50.
Brian E. Jones, 41, Co- lumbus Grove, pleaded no contest to charge of speed- ing, found guilty, fined $50. Pleaded no contest to charge of expired registration, found
guilty, costs only. Andrew J. Baldazo, 21,
Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charges of driving without valid license (no OL) and ex- pired plates/failure to display, found guilty, costs only.
Timothy Harriger,21, Hamler, pleaded guilty to charge of failure to rein- state license, found guilty, fined $200. Pleaded guilty to charge of failure to control, found guilty, fined $50.
Chad Laubenthal, 38, Ottawa, speeding, $60 fine.
Gary E. Kocher, 60, Ashland, passing at intersection, $50 fine.
Kevin J. Rader, 38, Lima, speeding, $80 fine.
Todd Larson, 42, Bluffton, speeding, $80 fine.
Christopher J. Niese, 36, Lima, speeding, $60 fine.
James W. Aden Jr., 40, De- fiance, speeding, $60 fine.
Joshua D. Windle, 18, Wapakoneta, littering from vehicle, $50 fine.
Travis J. Frock, 31, New Bremen, speeding, $50 fine.
Ashley N. Benson, 25, Lima, speeding, $50 fine.
Cody W. Bobb, 28, Hills- boro, speeding, $50 fine.
Lacey R. Johns, 27, Defi- ance, speeding, $80 fine.
Colton N. Prowant, 19, Continental, speeding, $50 fine.
Ted A. Hart, 51, Ottawa, speeding, $50 fine.
Coty B. Hansford, 18, Defi- ance, speeding, $50 fine.
Robert G. Kempf, 86, Cu- star, right-of-way/stop sign/ yield signs, $50 fine.
Weston Spencer, 34, Ft. Jennings, speeding, $60 fine.
Laura L. Rupp, 38, Arch- bold, speeding, $50 fine.
Lisa A. Roebke, 47, Co- lumbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.
Jimmy L. Shaffer, 46, Oak- wood, speeding, $60 fine.
Gloria J. Carr, 63, Kalida, speeding, $80 fine.
Brandon G. Stainbrook, 28, Gilboa, right-of-way/stop sign/yield signs, $50 fine.
Harry J. Donaldson, 57, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.