Civil/Contract
Brianne L. Stahl, Kalida, to pay judgment of $3,441.68 plus interest and costs of the within action to Lightning Rod Mutual Insurance Co., Wooster.
Criminal
Brandon G. Stainbrook, 28, Gilboa, pleaded no con- test to charge of persistent disorderly conduct, found guilty, fined $250 and 30 days jail with 27 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar offense or offenses of violence in two years. Defendant is given credit for one day jail previously served, six months probation. Defendant to re- port to jail to serve two days.
David Jones, 42, Columbus Grove, pleaded guilty to charges of fleeing and eluding, found guilty, fined $350 and 90 days jail and six month operator license suspension with $200 of fine and 90 days jail suspended on condition he has no simi- lar offense in two years.
Victor Magallanes, 24, Leipsic, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of unauthorized use of property, found guilty, fined $250 and 30 days jail with $150 of fine and 30 days jail suspended on condition he has no simi- lar offense in two years.
Janet S. Dickman, 63, Deshler, pleaded no contest to telephone harassment, found guilty, fined $100 and 30 days jail with 30 days jail suspended on condition she has no similar offense in two years.
Marvin L. Warnimont III, 18, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to charge of wild- life violation, found guilty, fined $150 and 10 days jail with $150 of fine and 10 days jail suspended on condition he has no similar of- fense or wildlife violations in two years and complete hunter education and trapper education course within six months.
Christopher Sehlhorst, 29, Lima, no hunting license, $125 fine.

Traffic
Angelina R. Keeran, 19, Fort Jennings, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of OVI, found guilty, 6 points, fined $750 and 180 days jail and one year class 5 license suspension, ALS is terminated and sentence is modi- fied as follows: $375 of fineand 177 days jail suspended on condition she 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. Pay fine and cost within 120 days.
Thomas E. Maag, 49, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of first offense OVI, found guilty, 6 points, fined $750 and 180 days jail and two year class 5 license suspension, ALS is terminated and sentence is modified as follows: $300 of fine and 170 days jail suspended on condition he attend six day driving inter- vention 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. Pay fine and cost within 120 days.
Nita J. Crawford, 47, Find- lay, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of speed, 64 mph in a 55 zone, found guilty, fined $150.
Ida Clayton, 50, Benton, Ky. pleaded guilty to charge of OVI, first offense, 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 fol- lows: $350 of fine and 174 days jail suspended on con- ditions she has no similar or alcohol related offense, no DUS or NOL and no refusal to take breath/blood alcohol test in two years, no viola- tion of driving privileges and maintain insurance and pay fine and cost within 120 days.
Ryan E. Mooney, 33, Continental, pleaded guilty to charge of speed, found guilty, fined $150.
Patricia A. Tippie, 19, Lima, pleaded guilty to charge of driving with- out valid operators license, found guilty, fined $50.
Ida Clayton, 50, Edgerton, entered a guilty plea to driving without valid license-un- classified, $100 fine.
Ida Clayton, 50, Edger- ton, entered a plea of guilty to hit/skip injuries, found
guilty. Defendant is ordered to serve 180 days in jail and fined $100 with 174 days suspended upon the follow- ing conditions: she has no similar offense within two years. Jail time is to run con- current with case 13-trc-28. Payment of fines and costs within 120 days.
Dennis M. Gratz, 59, Ottawa, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of failure to reinstate, found guilty, fined $100. Pleaded no contest to charge of expired registration, found guilty, costs only.
Brandon L. Coil, 23, Van Wert, pleaded guilty to charge of speed, found guilty, fined $50.
Veronica L. Sessford, 42, Oakwood, pleaded guilty to charge of speeding, found guilty, fined $50.
Justin S. Fletcher, 28, Ottawa, speeding, $50 fine.
Tiffany R. Hart, 28, Convoy, speeding, $50 fine.
Lea M. Purk, 30, Delphos, speeding, $50 fine.
Christopher D. Balmer, 27, Pandora, right-of-way/stop sign/yield signs, $50 fine.
Randy F. Spencer, 44, De- fiance, speeding, $50 fine.
David P. Young, 24, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.
Terry J. Klass, 44, Ottawa, failure to display reg/expired plates, $50 fine.
Michael Thompson, 62, Defiance, speeding, $60 fine. Elizabeth M. Foppe, 22,
Ottawa, speeding, $50 fine. Bruce A. Roth, 61, Wauseon, overload gross/
overload axle, $562 fine. Sean C. Stevenson, 29, Pandora, failure to control,
$60 fine. David M. Wyandt, 39,
Holgate, following too close, $50 fine.
Kim Kirkendall, 56, Deshler, speeding, $60 fine.
Robert S. Imber, 49, Columbus, speeding, $60 fine.
David M. Wool's, 57, Hamilton, improper passing, $50 fine.
Morgan Taylor Gerdeman, 18, Pandora, speeding, $50 fine.
Jason T. Leis, 28, Kalida, speeding, $40 fine.
Samuel Sanchez, 31, Columbus Grove, speeding, $50 fine.
Ashley Nicole Benson, 25, Lima, speeding, $80 fine.
Chelsey M. Burwell, 19, Ottawa, speeding, $50 fine.