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Bremer County Courthouse

MARRIAGES

Keaton Lee Hull, Cedar Falls, and Syndey Jane Monson, Urbana, June 9 in Cedar Falls.

John Forrest Walter and Teresa Laurie Klein, both of Sumner, July 6 in Clermont.

Krista Jean Garvin and Alex Thomas Smith, both of Denver, July 7 in Decorah.

Jade Hanna Krumwiede and James Robert Heine, both of Waverly, July 7 in Waverly.

Elizabeth Martha Hostetler, Waterloo, and Mitchell Roy Howell, address unknown, July 10 in Evansdale.

Janet Rae McLavey and Jeffrey James Luebbers, both of Sumner, July 11 in Sumner.

Craig Alan Wood and Chelsea Dawn Frye, both of Louisville, Kentucky, July 13 in Clear Lake.

Amanda Ruth Estrada and Michael John Streve, both of Waverly, July 14 in Ames.

Ryan Karl Korporal, Sumner, and Abigail Michal Zupke, address unknown, July 14 in Cedar Rapids.

CASES FILED

Iowa Workforce Development v. David A. Beenblossom Construction LLC, Janesville, non-payment of employment security taxes.

Lakeview Mortgage Servicing LLC v. Frank V. Eisentrager and Lori Hirsch, Sumner, et al., mortgage foreclosure.

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Shanda and Shane M. Shears, Waverly, et al., mortgage foreclosure.

Dwight and Cindy Hansen, Bloomington, Illinois, v. Vern T. Lillibridge, Waverly, failure to repay personal loan.

Jim Hundley Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., Janesville, v. Shanda and Shane M. Shears, Waverly, unpaid services rendered.

LVNV Funding LLC v. Shelby Miller, Waverly, credit card debt collection.

Unifund CCR LLC v. Heidi L. Leohr, Waverly, credit card debt collection.

Matt Construction Inc., Sumner, v. Kris Astorp, Savage, Minnesota, unpaid services rendered.

Portfolio Recovery Services LLC v. Kimberly Curtis, Sumner, credit card debt collection.

First State Bank, Sumner, v. Lori Ann Cooksley, Sumner, past-due loan and overdrawn checking account collection.

Midland Funding LLC v. Melissa Hennings, Sumner, credit card debt collection.

Farmers Win Coop, Charles City, v. Kerensa Joy Burkhardt, Waverly, unpaid products and services.

State of Iowa v. Erin Jo McClully, 47, Waverly, driving while barred.

State of Iowa v. Moshe Ariel Benson, 22, Waterloo, driving while barred.

State of Iowa v. Stennette Suzanne Schauf, 56, Waterloo, third-degree theft.

State of Iowa v. Ashley Jauienhug Martin, 31, Waterloo, driving while barred.

State of Iowa v. Angela Arlene Gray, 40, Sumner, first-offense domestic abuse assault by display or use of a weapon.

State of Iowa v. Thomas Lawrence Gray, 45, Sumner, third-or-subsequent-offense public intoxication.

State of Iowa v. William Dean Garretson, 49, Sumner, domestic abuse assault by impeding air/blood flow causing injury.

State of Iowa v. Masten James Ball, 62, Fredericksburg, fifth-degree theft.

State of Iowa v. Reed Jeffrey Mick, 32, Clarksville, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Bryan Victor Streich, 43, Waverly, second-offense OWI.

DISTRICT COURT

State of Iowa v. Zachary Edwards Peters, 28, Waverly, pled guilty to disorderly conduct, ordered to pay $65 fine, $22.75 surcharge and court costs to be determined, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, also must pay $120 attorney’s fee and pay $912 restitution to victim Tyson Beech, appeal bond set at $1,000.

State of Iowa v. Travis L. Morris, 30, Tripoli, pled guilty to willful injury and assault by use or display of a dangerous weapon, sentenced for up to five years on the willful injury charge, suspended, and for two years on the assault charge, also suspended, placed on probation for two to five years, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, fined $1,375 total, suspended, must abstain from alcohol and all other mood-altering substances, may not enter any establishment where the primary form of revenue comes from the sale of alcohol, obtain substance abuse and mental health evaluations and follow recommendations, reside in a residential facility for up to 180 days, cooperate with DNA profiling, subject to random drug and alcohol testing, pay restitution to Crime Victim Compensation Program, count of going armed with intent is dismissed at defendant’s cost, appeal bonds set at $5,000 on the willful injury count and $2,000 for the assault count, pay $1,876.60 court costs, which is payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days.

State of Iowa v. Johnaa Mathias Rommann, 19, Oelwein, pled guilty to third-degree burglary, sentenced to up to five years in prison, suspended, placed on probation for two to five years, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, fined $750, suspended, found unable to pay attorney’s fee, must abstain from alcohol or other mood-altering substances, cooperate with DNA profiling, subject to random drug and alcohol testing, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge and $473.75 restitution to The Hawke’s Nest in Frederika, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, appeal bond set a $5,000, court costs to be determined.

State of Iowa v. Michael Leyton Walters, 30, Manchester, pled guilty to forgery and third-degree theft, sentenced to up to five years in prison, suspended, on the forgery charge and two days in jail on the theft charge, with the latter credited as served in full, placed on probation for three to five years, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, fined $750, suspended, found unable to pay attorney’s fee, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where the primary form of revenue comes from the sale of alcohol, reside in a residential facility for 180 days, cooperate with DNA profile, subject to drug and alcohol testing, pay $250 in Law Enforcement Initiative surcharges and $169.95 victim Justin Raymond Ransom, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, sentences concurrent with any Fayette County case that applies, appeal bonds set at $5,000 on the forgery charge and $100 on the theft charge, pay $245.83 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Kyle Douglas Plowman, 29, Hiawatha, pled guilty to third-degree criminal mischief, sentenced to 15 days in jail to be served within 90 days, may serve in Linn County and/or in 48-hour increments, fined $625, suspended, cooperate with DNA profiling, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, appeal bond set at $2,000, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Jason Shane Harmon, 40, Waverly, pled guilty to second-offense possession of methamphetamine, second-offense possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of a prescription drug, sentenced to 80 days in jail on the meth count, 75 days on the marijuana count and 75 days on the prescription drug count, all credited as served in full, fined a total of $1,565, $1,250 suspended, pay $110.25 surcharge along with $20 in DARE fees and $250 in Law Enforcement Initiative surcharges on the first two counts, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, found unable to pay attorney’s fee, cooperate with DNA profiling, companion charge of possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed at defendant’s cost, appeal bonds set at $2,000 on each count, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Brian Douglas Mohr, 47, Waverly, pled guilty to fifth-degree theft, sentenced to 20 days in jail, credited as served in full, no fine, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge and $36.30 restitution to Trinkets & Togs, concurrent to three other Bremer County cases and pending Black Hawk County cases, appeal bond set at $100, pay $60 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Tanner Alan Sorensen, 22, Cedar Falls, pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance, sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended but for two days to be served within 30 days, credited for time previously served, no fine, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge and $10 DARE fee, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, placed on probation for one year, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, companion charge of possession of drug paraphernalia is dismissed at defendant’s cost, also pled to traffic citation failure to maintain control, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, subject to random drug and alcohol testing, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where the primary form of revenue comes from the sale of alcohol, appeal bond set at $500, pay $175 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Jayden May Walther, 18, Waverly, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, judgment deferred, placed on self-probation for one year, submit to substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, civil penalty waived, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge by Jan. 4, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. on that date unless all financial obligations are paid prior to that time, defendant cannot pay attorney’s fee, companion charge of possession of drug paraphernalia is dismissed at defendant’s cost, court costs to be determined.

State of Iowa v. Jared Hunter Ellingwood, 19, Plainfield, Illinois, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, judgment deferred, placed on self-probation for one year, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, civil penalty waived, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge by Jan. 22, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. on that day unless all financial obligations are paid in full prior to that time, defendant is unable to pay attorney’s fee, companion charge of failure to dim headlights is dismissed at the defendant’s cost, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Jacob Hunter Beckman, 20, New Hampton, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, judgment deferred, placed on self-probation for one year, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, civil penalty waived, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge by Jan. 18, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. on that date unless all financial obligations are paid by that time, defendant unable to pay attorney’s fee, companion charge of possession of drug paraphernalia is dismissed at defendant’s cost, pay $120 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Stacy Lee Johnson, 40, Chaska, Minnesota, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, judgment deferred, placed on self-probation for one year, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, civil penalty waived, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge by Jan. 18, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. on that date unless all financial obligations are paid in full by that time, defendant is unable to pay attorney’s fee, companion charge of possession of drug paraphernalia is dismissed at defendant’s cost, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Artavias Adreice Taylor, 18, Waterloo, pled guilty to possession of marijuana, judgment deferred, placed on probation for one year, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, civil penalty waived, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge by Jan. 18, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. unless financial obligations are paid in full prior to that time, pay attorney’s fee when reported, companion charge of possession of drug paraphernalia is dismissed at defendant’s cost, pled guilty to traffic citation of speeding and will pay posted fine, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. David Lee Staake, 33, Oelwein, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, sentenced to 180 days in jail, suspended but for six days to be served within 120 days, two days may be served in a DOT-approved hotel program, sentence may be served in 48-hour increments, may also be served in Winneshiek County, pay $1,250 fine, $437.50 surcharge and $10 DARE fee, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, defendant is unable to pay attorney’s fee, driver’s license revoked per DOT guidelines, placed on probation for one year, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, attend drinking driver’s school, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where the primary form of revenue comes from the sale of alcohol, appeal bond set at $1,000, court costs to be determined.

State of Iowa v. Brandon Ryan Stohr, 25, Waverly, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, sentenced to two days in jail to be served within 120 days, may serve in a DOT-approved hotel program, pay $625 fine, $218.75 surcharge and $10 DARE fee, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, driver’s license revoked per DOT guidelines, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, complete drinking driver’s school, pay attorney’s fee when reported, appeal bond set at $1,000, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Makenize Lee Waddell, 22, Waverly, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, judgment deferred, placed on self-probation for one year, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, complete drinking driver’s school, pay $1,250 civil penalty by Jan. 18, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. on that date unless all financial obligations are paid by that time, defendant is unable to pay attorney’s fee, driver’s license revoked per DOT guidelines, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Curtis Lee Davis, 50, Plainfield, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, judgment deferred, placed on self-probation for one year, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, pay $1,250 civil penalty by Jan. 4, 2019, review hearing set for 3:30 p.m. on that date unless all financial obligations are paid in full prior to that time, complete drinking driver’s school, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Michael James Hancock, 35, Waverly, pled guilty to second-offense OWI, sentenced to seven days in jail to be served within 90 days, may be served in 48-hour increments, credited for time previously served, pay $1,875 fine, $656.25 surcharge and $10 DARE fee, payable in installments of at least $50 every 30 days, driver’s license revoked per DOT guidelines, complete drinking driver’s school, complete substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations, appeal bond set at $2,000, pay $140 court costs.

MAGISTRATE AND TRAFFIC COURT FOR JULY 10-18

SPEEDING: Molly Kathleen Dunn, Stillwater, Minnesota; Stacy Jo Baas, Denver; Tuan A. Chau, Lindenhurst, New York; Ethan Stuart Morford, Homestead; Eric Charles Snyder, Cedar Falls; Michael L. Benson, Waverly; Daniel Lee Tryon, Sumner; Dawn M. Beimer, Clarksville; Bryan Deaundra Rudd, Waterloo; Christopher Cory Sadler, Cedar Falls; Tiwuan Antea Ray Horne, Waterloo; Shambale Franck Wendo, Cedar Rapids; Jacob Donald Tomanka, Denver; Jason John Hanson, Cedar Rapids; Joshua Roger Dunn, Alta Vista; Coty Charles Teal, Aitkin, Minnesota; Keith Harold Reuscher, Aurora; Nour Bokutuka Ilenda, Champaign, Illinois; Lisa Diane Grantham, St. Louis; Erik Charles Nannenga, Clarksville; Jodie Darlene Holmes, Sumner; Zane Isaac Kohl, Anamosa; Brianna Jean Scorggins, Waterloo; Kimberly Ann Streif, Cedar Falls; Mykel Allen Dewey Goings, Waterloo; Jack Riley Gallaugher, Rochester, Minnesota; Curtis Patrick O’Loughlin, Iowa Falls; Brooke Marie O’Brien, Cedar Rapids; Bailey Talore Hatchet, St. Louis Park, Minnesota; James L. Butkus, Mason City; Annielle S. Davenport Haywood, Peoria, Illinois; Derek Paul Weston, Iowa City; Kimberly Ann Halvorsen, Aurora, Colorado; Alora D. Richard, Chaska, Minnesota; Beth Ann Wood, Hazleton; Samantha Louise Wedo, Hawkeye; Cherylynn Duffy, Fairbank; Nathan Patrick Jeske, Waterloo; Christine Deyo, Tripoli; Aaron Paul Wilson, Portage, Wisconsin; Randall W. Traetow, Cedar Falls; David Samuel Jonathan, St. Louis Park Minnesota; Katerina Rose Fox, Waverly; Josiah Michael Coder, Cedar Rapids; Francesca Dior Eckstrom, Albert lea, Minnesota; Robert Joseph Spiner, Waconia, Minnesota; Lillie Lafon Hines, New Hampton; David C. Szurley, Florence, South Carolina; Cuauhtemoc Justin Torres, Clear Lake; Phyllis Jacqueline Hagen, Cumming, Georgia; Tyler Michael Grimm, Cedar Falls; Wesley David Wegman, Lawler; Cody Christopher Krall, Readlyn; Debra Sue Wamsley, Falcon Heights, Minnesota; Steven Allen Frank, Mason City; Anton F. Flieg III, Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Shawn Adams, Allison; Jacob C. Rohlfs, Springfield, Illinois; Ramon Chavez, Streator, Illinois; John Gregory Gerendas, Davenport; Felix Olufemi Okotete, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota; Christopher Jon Meister, Tripoli; Nicholas Steven Brass, Cedar Falls; David Harold Westpfahl, Oelwein; Debra Sue Weigel, Strawberry Point; Linda Lee Morris, Greenwood, Indiana; Zachary Scott Crawford, Spring Lake Park, Minnesota; Jacqueline Ann Lemke, New Hampton; Megan Marie Wisner, Nashua; Joshua D. Klinge, Waverly; Dan Richard Thompson, Le Claire; Ryan Jacob Woody, Cedar Falls; Mark Alvin White, Yale, Virginia; Jimmy Quoc Le, Cedar Falls; Mary Dyan McGuire, Chesterfield, Missouri; Chuyen V. Nguyen, Rockford, Illinois; Tanya Christensen Geffert, Cedar Falls; Steven Jon Schulz, New Hampton; Carrie Ann Crain, Cedar Rapids; John Kent Liming, Janesville; Cody Alan Sacquitne, Ames; Hanna Mae Angeli, Little Canada, Minnesota; Jennifer Ellen Tesdahl, Elk River, Minnesota; Emilee Louise Miller, Waterloo; Carl David Neubauer, Marion; Cynthia Marie Johnson, Lime Springs; Bridget Kaye Arthur, Mason City; Kumar Babu, O’Fallon, Missouri; Bea Jennifer Flodeen, Waterloo; Amber Lea Nielsen, Evansdale; Teresa Anne Kingdon, Waverly; Jeffrey J. Wasson, Moline, Illinois; Nicholas Lynn Holman, Denver; Jeramy Joseph Gorman, Hiawatha; Lamontrell Cordell Beverly, Memphis, Tennessee; Joshua W. Heinrich, Freeport, Illinois; Darwin Scott Brunko, Washburn; Brandi Michelle Cecil, Trenton, Missouri; Benjamin john Joseph Swallow, St. Louis; Jennifer Lynn Ellerman, Clarksville; Semira Mekanovic, Waterloo; Connor J. O’Brien, Coal Valley, Illinois; Martha Beth Wilkinson, Lawrence, Kansas; Andrew Dylan Calmer, Faribault, Minnesota; David S. Leitson, Oak Park, Illinois; Julianna Nadine Lehew, Brookston, Minnesota; Joel Robert Champion, Waterloo; Macy Lauren Niewoehner, Hawkeye; Sandra Kay Denington, Waverly; Braidyn Rose Buhrow, Maynard; Kinley Jo Saulsberry, Oran; Branden Duane Kleppe, Tripoli; Frankie J. Voyek, Waverly; Matthew Jon Demuth, Shell Rock; Sonja Sue Hartson, Waverly; and Katie L. Wedeking, Clarksville.

OTHERS: Jared Thomas Lemon, Denver, failure to obey stop sign and yield right of way and open container by driver; Christopher John Radke, Waterloo, failure to maintain or use safety belts and no valid driver’s license; Zachary VanBrunning, Waterloo, first-offense trespassing; Allison Marie Keough, Tripoli, no insurance; William Hugh Campbell II, Calmar, violating one-way traffic designation; Kailey Rose Karnatz, Nashua, operating non-registered vehicle; Bryan Deaundra Rudd, Waterloo, two counts of no valid driver’s license; Zachary Daniel Schilling, Waverly, no valid driver’s license; Mikayla Elisabeth Shonk, Waterloo, no valid driver’s license; Tiwuan Antea Ray Horne, Waterloo, failure to maintain or use safety belts; Kristin Kay Farr, Hawkeye, operation without registration card or plate; Jessica Lynn Sharrock, Fort Atkinson, dark window or windshield; Ramon Flores, New Hampton, dark window or windshield; Darrell Duraine Flowers, Waterloo, no driver’s license; Austin Phillip Halstead Clark, Tripoli, no valid driver’s license; Nicole D. Slater, Denver, failure to obey stop sign and yield right of way; Caleb Dion Reinking, Oelwein, failure to maintain registration plate; Derick Steven Trappe, Mason City, operation without registration card or plate; Travis Brian Happel, Fairbank, two counts of operating non-registered vehicle and no insurance; Derek Paul Weston, Iowa City, operating non-registered vehicle; Kimberly Ann Halvorsen, Aurora, Colorado, no valid driver’s license; Connor James Lehman, Sumner, no valid driver’s license; Reggie Scott Hovenga, Cedar Falls, failure to obey stop sign and yield right of way; Shane Lee Harken, Allison, failure to maintain or use safety belts; Jimmy Dean White, Shelbina, Missouri, failure to yield upon entering a through highway; Jaycie Jo Dixon, Fairbank, violation of graduated license condition; Dawn Jean Madden, Waverly, failure to obey stop sign and yield right of way; David Joseph Hassman, Sumner, failure to maintain or use safety belts; Jacob Lee Petersen, Norwalk, dark window or windshield; Dustin Lee Cole, Tripoli, failure to maintain or use safety belts; Betty Sue Crow, Cedar Falls, dark window or windshield; Annette Rae Lantow, Nashua, texting and driving; Kyle Wesley Peden, Haleyville, Alabama; Carl Brian Opperman, Hawkeye, failure to comply with safety regulations; Coty Allen Rust, Waterloo, dark window or windshield; Julian Moises, Hampton, no valid driver’s license; Warren Richard Heyman, Nashua, failure to comply with safety regulations; John Andrew Bock, Sumner, failure to maintain or use safety belts; Clell Wilbur Howard, Sumner, failure to maintain or use safety belts; David John Steinbronn, Waverly, failure to maintain or use safety belts; Karolyn Kay Rodas, Westgate, use of electronic communications device with a restricted license; Lee Allen Gebel, New Hampton, failure to maintain/use safety belt; Roman A. Bontrager, Waverly, failure to use seat belt; Joshua Christopher Place, Cedar Falls, operation without registration; Dario Popovic, Waterloo, registration violation; Wesley Dennis Voss, Clarksville, failure to use seat belt; Gabrielle Marie Kayser, Cedar Falls, registration violation; and Benjamin J. Lovell, Waverly, no valid driver’s license.

The Waverly Newspaper publishes News of Record as part of its obligation to inform readers about the business of public institutions and to serve as a keeper of the local historical record. All items are compiled by Eric VanSickle and taken from public documents at the courthouse in Bremer Counties.  Most defendants are also ordered to pay court and/or surcharge fees.  It is the policy of this paper that this column contain a complete record; requests for items to be withheld will not be granted.