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•Page A6 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, May 1, 1994 Public Records : Superior Court Eddie A. Crawford, 17, 3030 High St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for leaving the scene of an accident. The . sentence was suspended. Michael E. Kutzner, 34, Rt. 3, was • sentenced to 180 days for probation violation. Fined $25 and costs were Patricia D, Mize, 31, 1800 Knowlton St., operating without financial responsibility; James J. -' Eodice, 24, 2115 1/2 E. Market St., dri- ; ving while suspended. • Fined $25 and costs for speeding • was Danny Oaks, 31 , Peru. Billy J. Wireman, 41, Rt. 1, Medaryville, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for probation violation and three years in jail for operating a vehicle while '. intoxicated. The first sentence was not ; suspended, All but 90 days of the sec• ond sentence was suspended. Jacquline K. Bradley. 21, Kokomo, was sentenced to 18 months in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but 30 days was suspended. Donald R. Sandlin Jr., 23, Rt. 1, Bringhurst. was sentenced to one year nnd 130 days in jail for conversion and battery. The sentence was suspended. Fined $25 and costs were Larry C. Kitchel. 52, Rt. 5, disregarding a school • bus stop sign: Richard D. Blackman, 51, Rt. 3. Kokomo. illegal passing: Jennifer '• I. Hunter. 20. Rochester, child restraint . violation: Robert R. McDaniel. 30, Rt. 2, failure to yield: Tanura L. Zornes, 22. Monon. child restraint violation: Pamela • A Gilleni, -?; 1 . Galveston. operating with' oil! fin.wi.ii lesponsibility: Richard S. B"'v:i. ^c\ -Ji-J Cultvrtson St.. operating " "t\- $.5 and ivsts for speeding •.•.;-•;- StiW" J Rtfclmon. 23. 414 E. :-;V"- ?: T-v;:n $ Barter. 22, Rt. 6; 'o ; -.:.- \ 5 Jones.' :5. 219-12th St.; <•• •';-, \> A-VS, 55. 40S N. Chicago ;?: f'-.vv 5. Monroe. 19, Kokomo: vf- ? =.-v. 35. Lafayette: Paul J. .C'v...-> ".r ;?. R:. 1: Basil G. Timmons, " ^ ;. Lucerne: Deborah S. Marks, J' .?<,.- so 'a: Theresa A. Tow. 36, rf 1 ,''.--?: Joshua A. Maroney, 19, Rt. 2, l..of~= l : Keith D. Nelson, 31, Gary. r -ea S25 for seat belt violation were Ke :r. A. Rechkemmer II, 18, 614 Reynolds: Phillip R. Dunham, 23, Peru; Marilyn A. Lindsey, 44, 614-12th St.; Michelle R. Brovont, 28, 1916 E. Market St.; Jerry W. Lewis, 24, Rt. 3. : Gary M. Lindzy, 50, Muncie, was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, All but four days was suspended, ; Troy A. Landes, 23, 4214 .Pottawatomie Road, was sentenced to •10 days in jail for probation violation. ". Furman H. DuBoise, 23, 1229 Woodlawn Ave., was sentenced to one year in jail for battery. All but 44 days was suspended. : William J. Barnett, 37, Rt. 1, Idaville, was sentenced to one year in jail for •operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All 'but four days was suspended. ; Brian D. Miller, 32, 1637 Rice St., ;was sentenced to 180 days in jail for bat- •tery. All but four days was suspended. . Jason A. Bird, 21, 202 Crest Drive, "was sentenced to one year in jail for Operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All •but four days was suspended. '. Sherry J. Cotton, 48, Marion, was 'sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. , Joshua A. Grandstaff, 21, 710 Washington St., was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Kimberley L. Miller, 29, Rt. 2, Walton, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Charles D. Cain, 31,17 W. Columbia St., was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Fined $25 and costs were Robert A. Sherman, 24, 336 W. Broadway, operating without financial responsibility; Christopher S. Barren, 25, Rt. 1, Royal Center, operating without financial responsibility; Teresa A. Brandt, 31, 91- 11th St., no proof of insurance. Fined $25 and costs for speeding were Timothy E. Kauffman, 23, Rt. 2, Royal Center; Donald G. Bell, 38,18 W. Main St.; Mark P. Bowman, 21, Rt. 4; Justin B. King, 17, 87 Ninth St.; Timothy G, Houk, 28, Rt. 5; David M, Costello, 33, Cincinnati; Jamie L. Campbell, 20, Logansport; Nathan P. Luepke, 20, Fort Wayne; Revella K. Mundy, 41, Rt, 1, Lucerne; Brock D. McKenzie, 18, Rt. 1; James D. Smith, 32, 621 Barclay St.; Edwin A, Likens Jr., 19, Kokomo; Todd A. Criswell, 22, Rt. 1, Walton; Graham P. McMinn, 17, 31 W. Columbia St.; Brian S. Cleaver, 23, 214 Tanguy St.; John L. Richer! Jr., 18, Huntington; Richard L. Young, 34, Rt. 1, Monterey. Fined $25 for seat belt violation were Kyle J, Bowen, 33, 228 Barren St.; William C. Cook, 27, Tipton; Mary K. Aikman, 45, Peru; Edward M. Andrews, 34, Kokomo; Scott R. Plothow, 20, Peru; James R. Larrison, 39, Kokomo; Roger L. James, 32, 2206 Capitol St.; Rachel A. McCloskey, 18, Rt.2. Gary S, Willis, 27,1120 High St., was fined S1,000 for driving while suspended. Kevin A. King, 31, Rt. 4, was fined S50 and costs for leaving the scene of an accident. Garry J. Marshall, 38, Rt. 6, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, All but four days was suspended. Meridith L. Waldron, 22, 415 Humphrey St., was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Christopher S. Walker, 23, 431 Helm St., was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Jamie J. Townsend, 18, 1829 E. Market St., was sentenced to 60 days in jail for minor consumption, All but one day was suspended. Rickey L. Gibbs, 31, 411 Cliff Drive, was sentenced to four days in jail for probation violation. Shane A. Russell, 24, Indianapolis, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Manuel A. Contreras, 30, 2224 1/2 North St., was sentenced to 361 days in jail for probation violation. Aaron L. Hacker, 24, Kokomo, was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Kevin Slisher, 27, Rt. 5, was sentenced to one year in jail for conversion. All but 126 days was suspended. Jason Grandstaff, 20, Rt. 4, was sentenced to 89 days for probation violation. Rebecca McVey, 29,1926 Spear St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for false reporting, All but six days was suspended. Robert R. Nethercutt, 20, 118 Seventh St., was sentenced to one year and 119 days in jail for probation violation. Darren R. Morrison, 23, Rt.1, Monticello, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for probation violation. Richard G. Harrington, 59, Rt. 4, was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but four days was suspended. Raymond K. Day, 47,1124 North St., was sentenced to one year in jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. All but 30 days was suspended. Fined $25 and costs were John C. Carbaugh, 19, 335 Humphrey St., disregarding auto signal; Gail L. Bender, 34, 925-18th St., child restraint violation; Dennis 0. Penn, 30, Burrows, disregarding stop sign; Celena S. Litherland, 33, Fort Wayne, expired license plate; Michael L. Dinius, 34, Ladoga, general maintenance violation; Shawn D. Ulery, 18, 1530 Douglas St., passing school bus illegally; Edwin J. Sanson, 55, Royal Center, failure to yield; Beverly R. Mclntosh, 26, Rt. 1, Star City, false registration; Shaun M. Delano, 23,623 High St., disregarding a stop sign; Jay A. Martin, 33, Rt. 6, no taillights; Cindy M. Romeril, 35, Brookston, driving while suspended; Emil C. Acord, 69, Elkhart, wrong way and disregarding automatic signal; Marquel R, Rivers, 21, 929 Cecil St., false registration; Joel P. Arone, 32, 1615 Ewing Road, illegal passing; Jeffery L. Goforth, 27, Rt. 1, Twelve Mile; expired license plate; Bryan J. Douglass, 31, Sullivan, driving left of center; Robert R. Benesh, 39, Rt. 1, Royal Center; expired operator's license; Terry E. Powell, 22, Fulton, no registered plate; Anita Huddleston, 34, 210-22nd St., operating without financial responsibility. Fined $25 and costs for speeding were Gregory A. Karnes Jr., 18, Camden; Donald B. Warren, 27, Waterloo; Kevin L. Williams, 28, Mishawaka; Shane A. Teague, 19, Wabash; John J. Rose Jr., 25, 515 W. Linden Ave.; Raymond J. Dulin Jr., 28, Rt. 1, Monticello; Larry A. Perry Jr., 23, 1804 Stevens, Andrew A. Murray, 19, 309 Burlington Ave.; Larry R. Hofbauer, 42, Cissna Park, III.; Beverly D. Abney, 40, Rt. 4; Frank D. Sallee Jr., 28, Kokomo; Robert F. Boomsma, 22, Rt. 1, Medaryville; Jeffrey D. Bright, 26, Lafayette; Tony J. Hotopp, 25, Greenwood; Peggy L Myers, 20, 1629 Woodlawn Ave.; Donald A. Curtis, 27, Kokomo; Jeffery L. Thieke, 29, Kokomo; Matthew J. Freeman, 18, 1200 N. Third St., Steven E. Tincher, 19, 1603 Michigan Ave. Fined $25 for seat belt violation were Nettie E. Criswell, 72, Rt. 1, Idaville; Bradley L, Hulsell, 21, 1109 George St.; Jeremy J. Crume, 18, Earl Park; Michael W. Garringer, 18, Rochester; Warren K. Hill, 30, Kokomo; Patricia G. Lane, 55, 1511 Miles St.; William L Ahnert, 33, Peru; Cecil R. Cochran, 46, Rochester; James A. Rogers, 17, Rt. 1, Bunker Hill; Charles A. Foushi, 23, Monticello; Ethan J. Bowman, 20, Charlotte, Mich; Cynthia D. Powell, 19, Kokomo. Greg A. Verbryck, 42, Peru, was fined $100 and costs for having an overweight vehicle. David G. Berryman, 52, Peru, was fined $75 and costs for driving without insurance, false registration and no brake lights. Louise A. Johnson, 31, Rt. 1, Star City, was fined d$50 and costs for no financial responsibility and false registration. Richard J. Purdy, 43, Rt. 5, Monticello, was fined $150 and costs for speeding. H. G. Cunningham, 65, West Lafayette, was fined $5and costs for speeding. Circuit Court Jeremy Lucy, 21, 415 W. Market St., pleaded guilty to two counts of probation violation for driving while intoxicated and drinking alcohol. Samuel V. Collins, 21, Kokomo, pleaded guilty to dealing in marijuana. Sentencing was set for May 4. Stephen E. Gunter, 34, Rt, 5, was sentenced to three years with the Indiana Department of Corrections for child molesting. Michael Ennis, 18, Kokomo, was sentenced to two years in jail for burglary. He pleaded guilty on March 28. John Girton, 37, St. Petersburg, Fla., was sentenced to three years with the Indiana Department of Corrections for non-support of a child. All but 220 days was suspended. The sentence was served. Pre-Trial Diversion Lori Bushaw, 32, Rt. 1, invasion of privacy. Steven E. Young, 16, Rt. 5, reckless driving. Todd Bowyer, 18, Rt. 4, illegal consumption. Erik M. Overly, 20, 610-11 Oth St., illegal consumption, driving while suspended, speeding. Matthew M. Friskey, 18, Rt. 3, illegal consumption. Rebecca Sanders, 26, Young America, battery. Andrew Sanders, 26, Young America, battery. Christy Fry, 19, Rt. 7, illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage, minor in a tavern. Dale L. Hall, 26, 2127 Capitol St., public intoxication. Divorces The marriage of Mitchell and Diana Karnafel was dissolved. The marriage of Joseph and Janet Johnson was dissolved. The marriage of A. John and Jill E. Sabatini was dissolved. The marriage of Debra and Phil Martin was dissolved. The marriage of Terry G. and Rena Marie Downs was dissolved. The marriage of Karen L. and Donald Max Coy was dissolved. The marriage of Kristeen A. and Mark A. Bowland was dissolved. The marriage of Nicola and Paul Zimdahl was dissolved. The marriage of Tracey M. and Craig E. Sell was dissolved. The marriage of Kristi K. and Christopher B. Fry was dissolved. The marriage of Bobetta J. and David Gray was dissolved. The marriage of Mark and Linda Fillmore was dissolved. The marriage of Kelly and Michelle Lynn Shanley was dissolved. The marriage of Kyle and Mark Hommel was dissolved. Building Permits Richard Dilling Jr., 3110 Summit Ave., $5,000, siding and re-roofing. John Cunningham, 321 Day St., $350, new door and re-roof porch. Robert P. DeVault, 1300 Michigan Ave., 55,000, garage. Secret Network For Women, Children Suspected . . , , i • ,i rtw-rt^acr- f n\sac fi\rf* \//^QI"C tfl \Vfir Q Woman disappears with 5- year-old in custody battle LOWELL, Ind. (AP) — A woman who disappeared last week with the 5-ycar-old boy she raised may have slipped into a secretive network that has kept her sister and nephew hidden for 11 years. Police continued to search Saturday for Mona Smith and Nathan, the boy she and her husband have tried unsuccessfully to adopt since he was born. Mrs. Smith turned up missing Tuesday and may have been on the run since Sunday, copying the ploy her sister used to dodge "a divorce custody battle in 1983, Margie Mansell has eluded police since she disappeared from the Los Angeles area with her 5- year-old son, Dustin. Police believe Mansell, who is wanted on felony charges stemming from her disappearance, has avoided them with help from Fay Yager of suburban Atlanta. Yager claims to run an underground network for women and children from her 30- roorn Tudor mansion in upscale Sandy Creek. • Yager says she operates safe houses across the country where women and their children live under assumed names, and she claims to have volunteers working in every state. Cmdr. Mike Higgins of the Lake County Sheriff's Department said there is no evidence linking Mrs. Smith to her sister or Yager, but both are possible. Investigators also have checked with relatives in Ohio, Alabama, Texas and Florida, as well as Michigan City, but have found no trace of Mrs. Smith or Nathan. "We're going to fight tooth and nail to find that child, wherever he is or whatever it takes," said Gregory Brown, an attorney for Terry Vaughn, Nathan's biological father. Vaughn, 33, a steelworker from Griffith, has tried to gain custody of his son since his former girlfriend gave birth Jan. 25,1989. He has been frustrated by the legal harangue, and became even more dismayed when Mrs. Smith disappeared. "He's very concerned," Brown said, "especially in light of the concern that Mona might be with her sister." Nathan's custody dispute has languished in the courts almost from the day he was born. His mother relinquished her rights to the child, but Vaughn refused to do the same. The Smiths, unable to have children of their own, found out about Nathan through a friend and arranged for a private adoption through their attorney. The Smiths took Nathan home from the hospital when he was two days old. But Vaughn won custody nine months later, when a Lake County judge denied the adoption request. The Smiths were allowed to maintain custody while they appealed, a process that dragged on until Newton Circuit Judge Robert Smart signed an order Tuesday requiring the Smiths to give up Nathan the following day. "It's a tragedy the appeals process takes five years to work its course," said Ann Sullivan, an adoption program director with the Child Welfare League of America. Advocates for adoption-law reform are pushing for strict timetables in which custody cases must be resolved. Others are calling for a nationwide ban on privately arranged adoptions, which already are outlawed in about a third of the states, and the federal government also has provided money for courts to assess their adoption programs. But it is an emotional debate, with advocates for custodial parents and biological parents each claiming to have a child's best interest at heart. Andrew Hutchcraft, 3017 Greenhill Drive, $22,000, room addition. Rick Galloway, 1014 North St., $1,500, soffit facia. Designer Joe's, 301 Mall Road, freestanding sign. Paula Dailey, 815-18th St., $400, chain-link fence. Fern Watts, 1702 High St., 38,000, siding. Evelyn Boehme, 103 Western Ave., $190, storage shed. Edward and Paulette Yasofsky, 321 Haney Ave., $10,000, room addition. Jeff Reed, 1800 George St., $3,000, above-ground pool. Patricia Koons, 1921 Woodlawn Ave., $500, roofing. Mike Flinn, 429 Grove St., $1,200, fencing. Gary Scott, 206 E. Roselawn Drive, $2,200, screens and windows. Area 5 Council on Aging and Community Services, 915 W. Melbourne Ave., $8,500, porch, fencing and electrical improvements. Francis Perrone, 516 E. Main St., $1,000, bathroom, remodeling. Gene Gish, 913 Spear St., 31,000, sidewalk. Dan Coffing, Rt. 4, $8,000, storage barn. Asa Corn, 1016-23rd St., $1,000, roofing. Dan Slusser, 304 Oxford Way, $100,000, new residence. Gary Baumgardner, 3715 Tomlinson Drive, $200,000, new residence. Larry Parker, 510 E. Main St., $2,000, new windows. John lies, 1331 George St., $3,600, porch roof and siding. Carol Granger, 203 W. Roselawn Drive, $20,000, pool. Edith Smith, 1930 George St., $2,000, general repairs and remodeling. Jack Ranke, 615 Walnut Ave., $3,000, roof and siding. John Hiatt, 530-20th St., $3,000, siding. Randy Appleton, 128 Eel River Ave., $500, roofing. Ronald Guy, 731-18th St., $2,300, windows. William Trainer, 920-16th St., $2,200, pool and fencing. Steve Rist, 35 Terpstra Drive, $5,500, garage. Hanson Cold Storage, Rt. 2, raze home. Kevin and Bridget Davis, 909 S. Cicott St., $10,000, garage, addition and siding. David Hall, 27 Terpstra Drive, $3,000, garage. Mary Binney, 3100 Summit Ave., $300, storage building addition. Dr. Robert J. Schmitt, 3715 Price Lane, $10,000, room addition. Area Five, 713 Van Buren, $9,000, remodeling. Dave Sharp, 328 N. Hillcrest Drive, $9,000, remove and replace front porch and re-roof. William Bowyer, 410 Hanna St., $1,800, re-roof. Carey's Flower Shop, 922 Helm St., $600, addition. Joe Shideler, 504 Helm St., $25,000, new residence. Carol Binney, 1315 Sycamore, $3,000, front porch and window replacement. Small Parts, 600 Humphrey St., $140,000, repairs to main plant. Fred Klepinger, 74-17th St., $800, storage building, Paulett Shilling, 2130 High St., 55,000, re-roof. Standard Federal Savings and Loan, 715 Brown St., $6,000, raze house. Dennis Hunt, 724 Bates St., $150, storage building. Al Kreseniz, 916 W. Market St., $42,000, new residence. Michael Cripe, 325 Riverview St., $1,650, concrete slab and fence. Patrick Parkevich, 2001 Otto St., $1,500, siding. James A. Camp, Rt. 1, $7,700, three- car garage. Darl Galtry, 2218 Usher St., $2,000, cement drive. Rex Kantzer, 112 Yorktown Road, $190, storage building. Tom Laing, 2318 High St., $1,200, fence. David Baer, 610 Bates St., $500, sidewalk and siding. Jerry Nicoll, 4415 High Street Road, $2,000, roof over deck. Steve Yader, 1214 Spear St., $20,000, remodel. Pat Kroeger, 100 E. Roselawn, $15,000, re-roof. Henrj^Seybold, 4317 Jamestown Drive, $3,000, storage shed. Barbara Gocheman, 1523 Spear St., $10,000, siding and re-roof. Juvenile Court Amanda Kite, 16, 84-14th St., was sentenced to the Indiana Girls' School in Indianapolis for an undetermined amount of time after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana. Scott A. Plummer, 14, 524-12th St., pleaded guilty to battery. A disposition hearing was set for 9 a.m. June 1 in Cass Circuit Court. Kyle Nethercutt, 14,1914 E. Market St., was sentenced to the Indiana Boys' School in Plainfield for an undetermined amount of time after pleading guilty 1o probation violation. Marriage Licenses Perry Howard Wayne Minniear, 33, 3303 Pottawatomie Road, and Dee Frey, 27, same address. Gary Allen Spencer, 30, Rt. 1, and Vicki Jo Jackson, 37, 2416 Perrysburg Road. Donald Eugene Taylor, 51, 614-11th St., and Donna Marie Holley, 37, same address. Matthew D. Sedlacek, 23, 1233 Woodlawn Ave., and Karla Annette White, 19, same address. Richard James Doty, 25, Royal Center, and Louise Ann Fowler, 25, same address. Billy John Clark, 21, Rt. 1, Walton, and Heather Christine Vitello, 20, same address. Jerry Wayne Glenn, 31, Noblesville, and Karen Ruth Lipps, 44,1328 Chicago St. Cesar Reyes, 23, Rt. 7, and Melissa Kaye VanMeter, 27, same address. Shaun Christopher Sims, 23, Rt. 6, and Kimberly Ann Nicholas, 28, same address. Clarence L. Goodwin, 22, 603-11th St., and Rita Ruthann Denny, same address. Marvin Lee McAninch, 32, 27 Park Ave., and Linda Gaye Fry, 29, same address. Michael Edward Keller, 21,726 State St., and Shelly Evette Hahn, 21, same address. 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