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Fayette Superior Court

Judge Paul Freed

Intimidation: Ryan Weaver, 38, 202 Davis St., pleaded guilty and sentenced to two years at the Indiana Department of Correction, suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs; $125 initial and $15 monthly probation user fees. Ordered to complete anger management class; no contact with victim.

Theft: Robert Bussberg, 23, Rushville, pleaded guilty and sentenced to one year in the Fayette County Jail, suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs; $75 initial and $15 monthly probation user fees.

Invasion of privacy: Derise Floyd, 45, Shelbyville, pleaded guilty and sentenced to one year in FCJ, suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs; $75 initial and $15 monthly probation user fee. Ordered no contact with victim.

Possession of marijuana, visiting a common nuisance: Christina Rowland, 3406 Central Ave., pleaded guilty to Count I and sentenced to six months in FCJ, suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $385 court costs; $75 initial and $15 monthly probation user fee. Ordered to submit to a substance abuse evaluation and successfully complete all recommended treatment and counseling. Count II dismissed.

Possession of a controlled substance, obstruction of justice, resisting law enforcement, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, criminal recklessness, obstruction of traffic, possession of marijuana, operating a vehicle while intoxicated: Jason Garci, 38, 2250 Grand Ave., pleaded guilty to Counts I, III and IV. Sentenced on Count I to 18 months, to serve one year, balance suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $385.50 court costs; $125 initial and $15 monthly probation user fees. Sentenced on Count II to one year in FCJ. Sentenced on Count III to one year. Ordered one year suspended license. Remaining counts dismissed.

Probation violation, criminal trespass, public intoxication, leaving the scene of an accident: David J. Lutz, 26, 212 Spring Hill, admitted violation on Count I and ordered to serve 27 months of previously sentence, to be served through Community Corrections. Probation terminated. Pleaded guilty to Counts II and IV. Sentenced on Count II to one year in FCJ, suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs; $75 initial and $15 monthly probation user fee. Ordered to submit to a substance abuse evaluation and successfully complete all recommended classes and counseling. Assessed $185.50 court costs on Count IV. Ordered one year suspended license. Count III dismissed.

Visiting a common nuisance: Jordan Palmer, 24, 276 N. County Road 150-W., pleaded guilty and sentenced to 180 days in FCJ, to serve 30, balance suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $385.50; $75 initial and $15 monthly probation user fee. Ordered to submit to a substance abuse evaluation and successfully complete all classes and training

Possession of a controlled substance, possession of a narcotic drug, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of a syringe, possession of a controlled substance, failure to report a dead body: Pleaded guilty to Counts II, V and VII. Sentenced on Count II to 18 months at IDOC. Assessed $385 court costs. Sentenced on Count V to 30 months at IDOC, to serve one year through community corrections, balance suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs; $125 initial and $15 monthly probation user fee. Assessed $185 court costs on Count VII. Remaining counts dismissed.

Civil Dispositions

Carol Russell v. R.A. Home Repair, judgment for plaintiff for $769.64

Eagle Finance Co. v. Jason Martz, default judgment for plaintiff for $3,621.21

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Diana Nixon, default judgment for plaintiff for $654.01

Rent A Center v. Sommer McQuinley, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $288.12

Natco Credit Union v. Adreann R. Dixon, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $893.69

Natco Credit Union v. John Strong, default judgment for plaintiff for $498.43

Finance System of Richmond v. Ashley E. Gilbert, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $2,896.93

Finance System of Richmond v. Darrell Remy and Cheryl A. Remy, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $3,043.12

Finance System of Richmond v. Fred A. Steele, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $1,792.09

Finance System of Richmond v. Christenna S. Bischoff, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $3,327.19

Finance System of Richmond v. Connie R. McKinney, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $1,145.16

Finance System of Richmond v. Colter L. Banks, default judgment for plaintiff for $2,836.67

Finance System of Richmond v. Brittany Ellis, default judgment for plaintiff for $2,738.37

SAC Finance Inc. v. Michael D. Adams, default judgment for plaintiff for $9,124.09

Personal Finance Co. v. Douglas Day and Marsha Day, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $4,620.76 plus costs

Personal Finance Co. v. Shannon Civils, agreed judgment for plaintiff for $2,282.20 plus costs

Vivian Himelick v. Richard Corum, default judgment for plaintiff for $1,155

By Senior Judge Daniel Pflum

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Tonja Tobias, default judgment for plaintiff for $1,226.98 plus court costs

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Ashley N. Wicker, default judgment for plaintiff for $2,450.37 plus court costs

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Lorie A. Voltz, default judgment for plaintiff for $1,967.53 plus court costs

Capital One Bank USA, N.A. v. Kaleb D. Nichols, default judgment for plaintiff for $1,406.52 plus court costs

Capital One Bank v. Jamie M. Freeman, default judgment for plaintiff for $5,501.85 plus court costs

Capital One Bank v. Jamie M. Freeman, default judgment for plaintiff for $5,924.70 plus court costs

Fayette Circuit Court

Judge Hubert Branstetter Jr.

Possession of a narcotic drug: Gregory D. Hornsby, 58, 3308 Ohio Ave., pleaded guilty and sentenced to six years, to serve two years at the Indiana Department of Correction, two years on house arrest, balance suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs. Ordered to pay $200 drug interdiction fee.

Possession of a narcotic drug, possession of a syringe: James M. Threadgill, 28, 430 Central Ave. Apt. 209, pleaded guilty and sentenced on Count I to three years at IDOC. Ordered to pay $200 drug interdiction fee. Sentenced concurrently on Count II and assessed $185 court costs.

Possession of a controlled substance, neglect of a dependent: Brandi L. Lewis, 36, Metamora, pleaded guilty and sentenced on Count I to two years, to serve one year, balance suspended and placed on probation. Ordered to pay $200 drug interdiction fee. Assessed $185 court costs on Count II. Sentences to run consecutively to sentences on Causes 15D01-1602-F6-0071, 15D01-17-1-F6-004 and 24C02-1608-F6-952. Sentenced by Senior Judge Daniel Pflum.

Obstruction of justice, domestic battery, being an habitual offender: William L. Yutmeyer, 32, FCJ address provided, pleaded guilty and sentenced on Count I to four years at IDOC. Assessed $185 court costs. Ordered no contact with victim. Sentenced consecutively on Count II to three years. Sentenced consecutively on Count III to three and half years. Assessed $185 court costs. Ordered no contact with victim.

Burglary, theft, criminal mischief, battery: Justin P. Lee, 40, 1198 E. Everton Road, pleaded guilty and sentenced on Count I to four years, to be served on work release. Sentenced concurrently to Count II to one year on work release. Assessed $185 court costs. Assessed $185 court costs on Count II. Ordered to pay restitution to victim. Sentenced on Count IV to four years on work release. Assessed $185 court costs. Count IV sentence to be served consecutively to sentences on Counts I and II.

Domestic battery, sexual misconduct with a minor: Tyler S. Johnson, 21, 1467 E. 5th St. Apt. B24, pleaded guilty and sentenced on Count I six months. Assessed $185 court costs. In a separate order, the court will issue a domestic violence determination. Sentenced consecutively on Count II to three years, suspended and placed on probation. Assessed $185 court costs. Ordered to register as a sex offender.

Civil Dispositions

Connersville Credit Bureau v. Michael Watson and Regina Watson, default judgment for plaintiff for $10,146.04 with $2,566.61 attorney fees

Reid Hospital & Health Care Services v. James Sebring, default judgment for plaintiff for $2,059.95

Reid Hospital v. Gary McGuire, default judgment for plaintiff for $1,625.