Civil/Contract
Rey Bullock, Leipsic, to pay judgment of $885.26, plus accrued interest in the sum of $161.81, plus interest thereafter, plus plaintiff's costs herein to Everest Acquisition LLC, Cincinnati.
Sroufe Shane, Continental, to pay judgment of $3,696.72 plus interest thereafter on the principal balance and costs to Equable Ascent Financial LLC, Buffalo Grove, Ill.
Jenna M. Kimmel, Oakwood, to pay judgment of $3,225.79 and interest plus its costs incurred herein to Credit Adjustments Inc., Defiance.
Jeffery Baker, Pandora, to pay judgment of $517.08 plus interest as well as court costs to Bluffton Hospital and Blanchard Valley Health System, Findlay.
Thomas Gillette, Ottawa, to pay judgment of $900.52 plus interest as well as court costs to Bluffton Hospital, Findlay.
Barbara J. Marone, McComb, to pay judgment of $2,541.31 with interest of three percent per annum from date of judgment and costs of the within action to Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, Norfolk, Va.
Small Claims
Debra Hardy, Columbus Grove, to pay judgment of $153.20 plus interest and court costs of this action to Kohls Market, Columbus Grove.
Criminal
Nancy J. Greve, 55, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to charge of failure to file tax report, found guilty, fined $100 and 30 days jail with 30 days jail suspended on condition she has no similar offense in two years, file 2009, 2010, 2011 sales tax returns with the Ohio Dept. of Taxation, and pay all sales tax liability within 45 days.
Chi Lo Mack, 37, Lima, pleaded guilty to charge of violating protection order, found guilty, fined $250 and 180 days jail with $100 of fine and 170 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years. Defendant is on probation for one year or until further court order. Defendant complete an assessment at Pathways and abide by recommendation. No contact with victim or her family for two years. Defendant to report to jail. Jail may be served with work release.
Gilbert R. Alvarez, 50, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charge of domestic violence, found guilty, fined $100 and 180 days jail with 176 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense in two years. Defendant is on probation for two years or until further court order. Defendant complete an assessment at Pathways and abide by recommendations. Defendant to report to Putnam County Sheriff Office within 24 hours for booking purposes for fingerprinting only. Take all prescribed mediation as additional conditions of probation. Defendant is given credit for four days jail previously served.
Joe Vera III, Leipsic, pleaded no contest to charge of aggravated menacing, found guilty, fined $1000 and 180 days jail with $800 of fine and 150 days jail suspended on condition he has no further violation of any similar laws in two years. Probation for one year or until further court order. Defendant complete an assessment at Pathways Counseling Center Drug/Alcohol Mental Health or equivalent counseling provider and abide by their recommendations. Defendant to report to Putnam County Sheriff Office within 24 hours for booking processing purposes for fingerprinting only. Sentence to run consecutive to sentence in another case. Jail may be served with work release if qualifies, defendant is given credit for time previously served and is remanded to the jail. Count two of disorderly conduct is dismissed. Count three - obstructing official business, pleaded no contest found guilty, fined $500 and 90 days jail with $400 of fine and 90 days jail suspended on condition he has no further violation of any similar laws in two years. Probation for one year or until further court order. Defendant complete an assessment at Pathways Counseling Center Drug/Alcohol Mental Health or equivalent counseling provider and abide by their recommendations. Defendant to report to Putnam County Sheriff Office within 24 hours for booking processing purposes for fingerprinting only. Sentence to run consecutive to sentence in another case. Count four - of underage consumption is dismissed.
Ryan T. Verhoff, 19, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to charge of underage possession, found guilty, fined $250 and 180 days jail with $100 of fine and 180 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense while underage, attend alcohol/substance education classes at Pathways (three hours) unless completed since date of plea. Pay fine and costs within 120 days. 30 hours of community service and pay administrative fee, therefore to be completed within 90 days (credit for community service since date of plea) and attend VIP unless completed since date of plea.
Adrienne N. Spencer, 26, Columbus Grove, entered a no contest plea and was found guilty. Fined $250 plus cost. Sentenced to 30 days in jail. Sentenced modified as follows: $100 of the fine and 30 days in jail suspended, with conditions. She has no further violation of any similar laws in two years. Defendant to report to Putnam County Sheriff Office within 24 hours for booking/processing purposes for fingerprinting only.
Stephanie M. Ream-Kistsler, 22, Cloverdale, entered a no contest plea and found guilty to open container, found guilty, fined $50.
Lou A. Kerner, 73, Leipsic, dog running at large, $50 fine.
Traffic
David Ray Lehman, 44, Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to charge of first OVI, found guilty, fined $1,000 and 180 days jail and five year license suspension, suspension class 4 with 160 days jail suspended on condition: defendant reports to jail and serves 240 consecutive hours. Defendant is granted work release after 72 hours.
Ernest Herrera, 56, Leipsic, pleaded no contest to an amended 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 177 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 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 according to statute. Pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear. Attend Victim Impact Panel. The court ordered license suspension modified upon proof of insurance and after 30 days to permit work commutation driving, to and from VIP and DIP, and for medical purposes. Defendant can apply for further modification of drivers license suspension after attending 72 hour DIP and VIP, payment of fine and cost and passage of 180 days.
Kyle M. Schroeder, 25, Continental, pleaded no contest 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 177 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 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 according to statute. Pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear. Attend Victim Impact Panel. Defendant to report to Putnam County Sheriff Office within 24 hours for booking purposes for fingerprinting only the court ordered license suspension modified upon proof of insurance and after 15 days to permit work commutation driving, and work purposes with employers permission, to and from VIP and DIP. Defendant can apply for further modification of drivers license suspension after attending 72 hour DIP, payment of fine and cost and passage of 180 days. If DIP is not completed any limited driving privileges will be revoked.
Mark B. Gasser, 50, Ottoville, 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 174 days jail suspended on condition he attend six day Driving Intervention Program and be enrolled within 90 days and abide by any treatment recommendations. 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 according to statute. Pay fine and cost within 120 days or appear. Attend Victim Impact Panel. Defendant to report to Putnam County Sheriff Office within 24 hours for booking purposes for fingerprinting only. The court ordered license suspension modified upon proof of insurance and after 15 days to permit work commutation driving, to and from DIP and VIP and for personal medical purposes. Defendant can apply for further modification of drivers license suspension after attending 72 hour DIP, payment of fine and cost and passage of 180 days.
Nichole M. Bradford, 28, Ottawa, pleaded guilty to charge of speeding, found guilty, fined $50.
Seth Rebel, 19, Mansfield, pleaded guilty to charge of speed, found guilty, fined $50. Pleaded guilty to charge of expired tags, found guilty, fined $50.
Brian M. Mulcahy, 29, Lima, seat belt driver, $40 fine.
Nikki E. Boyed, 44, Lima, speeding, $50 fine.
Brooke A. Lopez, 31, Defiance, speeding, $50 fine.
Stacy R. Clay, 34, Ottawa, speeding, $50 fine.
Cory R. Schindler, following too close, $50 fine.
Anthony D. Meyer, 37, Hamler, speeding, $60 fine.
Terry W. Davy, Lima, speeding, $80 fine.
Kaitlin R. Alt, 19, Pandora, speeding, $50 fine.
John A. Glick, 53, Lima, speeding, $60 fine.
Mikhael D. Watkins, Smyrna, Tenn., traffic control device, $50 fine.
Richard P. Cooper, 61, Van Wert, speeding, $50 fine.
Christopher M. Shelley, 45, Findlay, speeding, $50 fine.
Neal E. Truckor, 38, Swanton, traffic control device, $50 fine.
Mindy R. Siebeneck, 32, Kalida, speeding, $50 fine.
Shelley L. Utrup, 28, Van Wert, speeding, $50 fine.
Bonnie K. Newsome, 35, Leipsic, speeding, $50 fine.
Lorri J. Robinson, 49, Perrysburg, speeding, $50 fine.
Wanda W. Cutlip, 53, Marco Island, Fla., speeding, $60 fine.
Jenna Krugh. 20, Upper Sandusky, failure to display reg./expired plates, $50 fine.
Geralyn A. Keeling-Bailey, 62, Delphos, speeding, $60 fine.
Eric Q. Kloeppel, 36, Ada, overload gross/overload axle, $284 fine.
David J. Kehres, 34, Kalida, speeding, $50 fine.
Dennis C. Starkey, 69, Lebanon, speeding, $50 fine.
John D. Aguirre, 48, Columbus Grove, speeding, $80 fine.
Randy V. Buckley, 52, White House, speeding, $50 fine.
Ashley P. Roberts, 25, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.
Justin Z. Redemann, 36, Findlay, speeding, $60 fine.
Kirsten Ann Harmon, 25, Oakwood, speeding, $50 fine.
Richard E. Miehls, 47, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.
Carolyn L. Snavley, 67, Ottawa, speeding, $50 fine.
Rhonda R. Liebrecht, 35, Fort Jennings, speeding, $60 fine.
John E. Tuohy, 72, Defiance, speeding, $50 fine.
Lizette S. Richardson, 47, Bluffton, speeding, $50 fine.
Jerry J. Badertscher, 54, Ada, speeding, $60 fine.
Kevin J. Kleman, 30, Ottawa, speeding, $60 fine.
Bradley J. Gerten, 22, Leipsic, speeding, $50 fine.
Ralph L. Kuhn, 58, Defiance, left of center, $50 fine; seat belt driver, $50 fine.
Lisa M. Bockrath, 44, Ottawa, speeding, $60 fine.
John W. Altman, 61, Holgate, overload gross/overload axle, $589.
Juliana S. Kingery, 33, Deshler, right-of-way/stop sign/yield signs, $50 fine.