Oct. 25

Kali M. Herndon, 28, Bluffton, Ind., was sentenced to 60 days jail for aggravated possession of drugs (Methamphetamine). She was placed on five years community control and given credit for 46 days served. She must obtain and maintain employment, and complete all counseling and treatment recommended.

Oct. 28

Jerron M. Jackson, 25, Bluffton, Ind., was sentenced to 60 days jail for aggravated possession of drugs (Methamphetamines). He was placed on five years community control and given credit for 50 days served. He must obtain and maintain employment and complete all counseling and treatment recommended. Charges of driving under suspension, right of way at stop sign and fictious license plates were dismissed.

Timothy N. White, III, 25, Lima, was placed on five years community control for violating the terms of treatment in lieu of conviction. The violations included being convicted of an OVI in Lima, operating a motor vehicle without a license and consuming alcohol. He must obtain and maintain employment and successfully complete all counseling and treatment. He was originally convicted of possession of drugs.

Oct. 29

Brittani K. Furry, Leipsic, was granted a divorce from Mitchell C. Furry, Leipsic. They were married Sept. 3, 2010 in Virginia and have four children.

Oct. 30

Stephanie Henry, Leipsic, was granted a divorce from Randal Henry, Leipsic. They were married March 24, 2015 in Ottawa and have two children.

Oct. 31

Isaiah A. Oliver, 18, Ottawa, was sentenced to 10 to 15 years in prison for aggravated robbery. He was given credit for 95 days served and any additional time while awaiting transportation. He was also ordered to pay $200 in restitution. A specification, theft and possession of criminal tools were dismissed.

According to reports of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, an armed robbery occurred in Leipsic the early hours of July 27. The victim reported the suspect held them down at gunpoint with a handgun and had taken cash and their cell phone. While officers were gathering information from the victim, another officer reported there were two other victims who claimed they were robbed at gunpoint by the same suspect and had their cellphones taken. Through the investigation, detectives were able to present a photo lineup that included Oliver. The victims were able to point out Oliver as the one who robbed them.

New Cases

Hume Supply, Inc., Lima, v. Bockrath & Associates, Ottawa; other civil (excess of $25,000).

Anthony J. Galyk, Continental, and Morgan L. Galyk, Continental; dissolution of marriage with children.

Renee M. Ickes, Continental, and David J. Ickes, Kalida; dissolution of marriage with children.

Bank of America, Columbus, v. Bradd Tadsen, Continental; other civil ($18,750.20).

Bank of America, Columbus, v. Bradd Tadsen, Continental; other civil ($19,186.48).

Mark W. Kimmel, Oakwood, v. Linda M. Kimmel, Oakwood; divorce without children.