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Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 10:34 am, Tue Feb 19, 2013.

MARRIAGES

Amy Marie Hammond and Luke James Looby, both of Nashua, Sept. 22 in Waverly.

Sarah Ellen Hoeft and James Lee Merrifield, both of Waverly, Sept. 22 in Charles City.

Trisha Ann Sage and Joshua Lee Bluhm, both of Waverly, Sept. 22 in Janesville.

Christie Ann Dundee and Jacob Larry Poppe, both of Plainfield, Sept. 29 in Waukon.

DISSOLUTIONS

Jennifer M. Dietz v. Ryan P. Hogue.

Steven P. Hubbard v. Tina M. Hubbard.

Erik A. Stansbery v. Wendy K. Stansbery.

NEW CASES

Everbank v. Dalyne E. Gaede Jr., Waverly, Patty M. Evans, State of Iowa and April Ranae Schneider, mortgage foreclosure.

Hauge Associates Inc. v. Sara Homewood, debt collection.

Union Bank and Trust Co. v. Joshua Kidder and Season Buccholz, Denver, other contract or commercial claim.

Hauge Associates Inc. v. Doug Nolte and Therese Evans-Nolte, debt collection.

Region Bank d.b.a. Regions Mortgage, successor in interest to Union Planters Bank NA v. James M. Woltz, Waverly, and parties in possession, mortgage foreclosure.

Larry Mehmen, Waverly, v. Mehmen Properties LLC, Brian Mehmen and Denver Savings Bank, other real property claim.

Travis John Kruse, Waverly, v. Ginger Marie Gyroko, Elgin, other domestic relations action.

State of Iowa v. Flynn Meyer, Sumner, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Leo Lee Berger, Waverly, second-degree sexual abuse.

State of Iowa v. Tammie Jo Kisner, Waterloo, fourth-degree theft.

State of Iowa v. Emiliana Maria Recinos Ramirez, Waterloo, third-degree theft, driving while license barred and operating a vehicle without owner's consent.

State of Iowa v. Joshua Wayne Gitch, Frederika, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Jeremy Thomas Miller, Dunkerton, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. James Herbert Wedeking, Waverly, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Clinton Thomas Dullin, Delaware, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Alan Steinlage, New Hampton, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Christina Gay Anderson, Plainfield, third-offense OWI and driving while license barred.

State of Iowa v. Ryan Michael Bartlett, Waterloo, driving while license barred.

State of Iowa v. John Michael Nesmith, Cedar Falls, driving while license barred.

State of Iowa v. Matthew John Marks, Waverly, third-degree burglary.

State of Iowa v. Kevin Lee Martinsen, Niwot, Colo., fourth-degree theft.

State of Iowa v. Joel Laurence Bremner, Sumner, first-offense OWI.

State of Iowa v. Aaron Michael Thurm, Readlyn, possession of marijuana.

State of Iowa v. Bronson Lee Dullin, Delaware, first-offense OWI.

DISTRICT COURT

State of Iowa v. Cory Ray Stafford, Waverly, pled guilty to simple harassment, sentenced to two days in jail, no-contact order with victim imposed, pay $60 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Jonathan Matthew Kuecker, Tripoli, pled to purchasing cigarettes for a minor, pay $65 fine, $22.75 surcharge and $60 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Shana Ray Fiser, Charles City, pled guilty to fifth-degree criminal mischief, pay $100 fine, $160 in surcharges (35 percent of fine and $125 Law Enforcement Initiative) and $60 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Russell Anthony Novak, Tripoli, pled guilty to disorderly conduct, pay $100 fine, $35 surcharge and $60 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Dustin James Patrick, Cedar Falls, found guilty of first-offense OWI, judgment deferred, placed on one year self probation, submit to Substance Abuse Evaluation and follow its recommendations, pay $1,250 fine by March 18, 2013, complete drinking driver's school, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Tad Steven Schneider, Clarksville, found guilty of third-degree attempted burglary, judgment deferred, placed on one year probation, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, sign agreement with probation officer, pay attorney fee when reported, pay $125 Law Enforcement Initiative surcharge, pay restitution as reported by county attorney, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Elisa Marie Martzahn, Greene, pled guilty to second-offense OWI, sentenced to 180 days in jail, all but seven days suspended to be served within 90 days, credited for any time served, may be served in two-day increments, pay $1,850 fine, $647.50 surcharge and $10 DARE surcharge per plan set by probation officer, placed on one to two years probation, pay Department of Correctional Services Enrollment Fee, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment which revenue comes primarily from the sale of alcohol, submit to Substance Abuse Evaluation and follow its recommendations, complete drinking driver's school, pay attorney's fee when reported, charge of failure to obey stop sign dismissed at defendant's cost, pled guilty to no valid driver's license, pay scheduled fine, appeal bond set at $500, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Brandon David Siems, Waverly, pled guilty to driving while license barred, sentenced to five days in jail to be served within 60 days, credited for any time served, may be served on non-consecutive days, fined $625, suspended, other state charges dismissed, appeal bond set at $500, pay $140 court costs by Nov. 17.

State of Iowa v. Jacob Daniel Axon, Sumner, found guilty of first-offense OWI, judgment deferred, placed on one year probation, pay Department of Correctional Services enrollment fee, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where revenue primarily from the sale of alcohol, submit to Substance Abuse Evaluation and follow its recommendations, pay $1,250 fine per plan with probation officer, complete drinking driver's course, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Brandon Lee Smith, Waterloo, found guilty of first-offense OWI, judgment deferred, placed on one year self probation, Substance Abuse Evaluation completed, pay $625 fine by March 25, 2013, completed drinking driver's course, pay $41 restitution to the Waverly Police Department, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Shelby Lee Jenkins, Waterloo, pled guilty to two counts of simple assault, sentenced to one day in jail for each count, credited for any time served, no-contact order with victim terminated, pay $120.60 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Amanda Rae Steenhoek, Waverly, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, sentenced to 365 days in jail, suspended but for four days in jail to be served within 120 days, credited for any time served, two days may be served in the Hawkeye Community College hotel program, pay $1,250 fine, $437.50 surcharge and $10 DARE surcharge per plan set by probation officer, pay attorney fee when reported, placed on one year probation, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment which revenue comes primarily from the sale of alcohol, pay $63 restitution to the Waverly Police Department, other state charges dismissed at defendant's cost, appeal bond set at $500, pay $100 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Michael James Minard, Readlyn, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended but for two days to be served within 120 days, credited for any time served, may serve in the Hawkeye Community College hotel program or at Second Chances in Charles City, pay $1,250 fine, $437.50 surcharge and $10 to DARE per plan set by probation officer, placed on one year probation, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where revenues come primarily from the sale of alcohol, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Brett Cameron Daniel, Ames, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended but for two days to be served within 90 days, can be served in either a DOT-approved hotel program or at the Story County Jail at defendant's expense, pay $1,250 fine, $437.50 surcharge and $10 DARE surcharge per plan set by probation officer, pay attorney fee when reported, placed on one year probation, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where revenues come primarily from the sale of alcohol, other state charges dismissed at defendant's cost, appeal bond set at $500, pay $140 court costs.

State of Iowa v. Tyrone Tonai Sutherland, Cedar Falls, pled guilty to first-offense OWI, sentenced to 365 days in jail, suspended but for seven days to be served within 120 days, credited for any time served, may serve in 48-hour increments, two days may be served in a DOT-approved hotel program, pay $625 fine, $218.75 surcharge and $10 DARE surcharge per plan set by probation officer, placed on one year probation, must abstain from alcohol, may not enter any establishment where revenues come primarily from the sale of alcohol, appeal bond set at $500, pay $205.50 court costs.

TRAFFIC AND MAGISTRATE COURT FOR SEPT. 15 TO 29

SPEEDING: Barbara William Miller, Stewartville, Minn.; Houssen Yassin, St. Louis; April Lorraine Moore, Waverly; Nikki Marie Overturf, Clarksville; Mary Lynn Bond, Nashua; Amer Darwich Jneid, Laguna Nigel, Calif.; Courtney Ann Romer, Maquoketa; Brandon Michael Westendorf, Waterloo; Edwin Gonzalo Lazo, New Hampton; Ariel Barrios Garcia, Cedar Rapids; Joanne C. Cravero, Moline, Ill.; Ella Jayne Severs, Clarksville; Terry Kay Wagner, Gilbertville; Bambi Kay Teska, Charles City; Joshua H.J. Jordan, Carmel, Ind.; Joell L. Brumley, Cedar Falls; Ryan M. Cobrez, Frankfort, Ill.; Paul A. Lancaster, Dubuque; Katherine A. Reyes, Waverly; Jeff James Rick, Waverly; Joseph Arthur Shields, Sumner; Sarah K. Troupe, Waterloo; Nathaniel L. Davenport, Maysville, Ky.; Cathy Renee Helmers, Sumner; Ronald Anthony Still, Cresco; Keith Dylan Desoto, Carbondale, Ill.; Donald Dean Avenson, Oelwein; Randy Leon Sterner, Swisher; Cody J. Heying, Ossian; Sarah J. Lefeska, Edina, Minn.; Tammi Annette Quintero, Pine Island, Minn.; Kimkahm Samnanveth, Shakopee, Minn.; Robin A. Shine, Palos Park, Ill.; Brian T. Crowe, West Des Moines; Jodie D. Heinemann, Readlyn; Timothy J. Kleinschmidt, Ionia; Nichole S. White, Minneapolis; Colby Cavanaugh Withers, Readlyn; Michael Wilmer Bauler, Waterloo; Jason Ernest Knoke, Decorah; James C. Vanek, St. Paul, Minn.; Christopher Jude Mudd, Cedar Falls; Marjorie F. Olson, Dunkerton; Chad J. Reichert, Waverly; Shelley R. Sardzinski, Robins; Duane Ronald Tlusty, Cresco; Ler Puay, Waterloo; Jorden M. Redmond, Waterloo; Scott R. Shaw, Mason City; Lauren M. Skowron, Naperville, Ill.; Jill Marie Koele, Ida Grove; Thomas Arnold Lindamann, Des Moines; Dave Raphael Gorman, Memphis, Tenn.; Alexander S. Baxter, Cedar Rapids; Jason P. Chopard, Waverly; Terence A. Dodge, Portland, Ore.; Carol Rae Eilers, Cedar Rapids; Jerry T. Flaherty, Mason City; Adam Christopher Kelly, Waverly; Brentley J. Loufek, Aurora, Ill.; Wendy Jo Prill, Long Prairie, Minn.; John Davis Soldwisch, Shell Rock; Frank J. Wentink Jr., Cedar Falls; Chad Thomas Kalkbrenner, Waverly; James E. Haas, Dubuque; John Anthony Langerman, Fayette; Brandy Lynn Baldwin, Charles City; Jessica Marie Jenkins, Waverly; Camlin Lee McKenzie, Waverly; Casey Jo Butts, New Haven, Ind.; Christopher Shawn Davis, Waverly; Wilbur G. Ingersoll, Plainfield; Ann Marie Killion, Waverly; Elizabeth Ann Miller, Dumont; Chad M. Burnham, Omaha, Neb.; Jamar Eugene Esaw, Lakeville, Minn.; Nicholas Stephen Dempsey, Urbandale; Carmen Defaye Means, Bloomington, Minn.; Steven John Boerhave, Palo; Lee Robert Walsh, Waverly; Julie Marie Frericks, Dumont; Caleb Dean Marlette, Shell Rock; Carrie Sue Garber, Fairbank; Christina A. Roberts, Peoria, Ill.; Merissa K. Camerer, Waterloo; Kendra C. Dickson, Minneapolis; Ashley L. Gracia, New Hampton; Alice M. Westrom, Elbow Lake, Minn.; Gary Ignatius Verhulst, Maysville, Ga.; David Kedric Matt, Sumner; Dalton J. Wells, Dunkerton; Jacob M. Kroenecke, Jesup; Jerry G. Livermont, Elk River, Minn.; Glenna Lou Karnatz, Nashua; Nicholas Wesley Bright, Janesville; Susan E.H. Gravelle, Cottage Grove, Minn.; Rebecca Ann Holm, San Diego; Haley Marie Smith, Mason City; Lexis A. Kuhlmann, Tripoli; Doua Vang, St. Paul, Minn.; Amy Jane Hull, Peosta; Darren William Schmitt, Sumner; Chris M. Heims, Manchester; Nicholas M. Lovrien, Clarksville; Melissa I. Williams, Dike; Jessica M. Rechkemmer, Oelwein; Scott J. Apple, Bowling Green, Ohio; Christopher J. Baker, San Francisco; Charles M. Coles, Otsego, Minn.; Daniel B. Fogg, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Charlie Lyn Gillen, Riceville; Rakesi Kumar, Champaign, Ill.; Marina M. Laguna, Neenah, Wis.; Kyle A. Walker, Waterloo; Luis Elwood Cox, Parkersburg; Mark Allan Cobb, Brighton; Sydney Lynn Keith, Mason City; Eugene Larry Knoploh, Sumner; Korey Donald Hicks, Minneapolis; Neil Shane Hester, Winona, Minn.; Deidre A. Easton, Crystal Lake, Ill.; Sarah Anne Finical, Minneapolis; Dalton Joseph Lawrie, La Crosse, Wis.; Tyler J. Minor, Waverly; Jeffrey Michael Cook, Jesup; Claire Elizabeth Behrends, Anamosa; Kari Marie Bouska, West Union; Tanya M. Haase; Jessie L. Lowell, Prescott, Mich.; Brandon R. Stohr, Aplington; Justin P. Voegele, Whitelands, Ind.; Douglas E. Seashore, Faribault, Minn.; Johnathan R. Shoemaker, Mount Horeb, Wis.; Jessica M. Thorpe, Cedar Falls; Trevor V. Wright, Center Point; Samantha Brianne Hernandez, Oelwein; Allyson Inez Mullesch, Clarksville; Bo Jayden Greenlee, Waverly; Katherine Amy English, Waverly; Dakota James Hurd, Nashua; Garrett Keith Smith, Readlyn; Kala Marie Williams, Urbandale; and Marilyn Louise Heitman, Sumner.

CONTINUED NEXT WEEK

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