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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, February 27,1998 Page A5.- : AREA & NATIONAL NEWS PUBLIC RECORDS Superior Court Scott P. Hipsher, 29, Kokomo, was sentenced to 120 days in jail -tor probation violation. Hipsher was given credit for 65 days and placed on in-home detention for 21 months, Steven D. Gregory, 39, Peru, was sentenced to one year in jail for conversion, The sentence was suspended and Gregory was placed on probation for one year. Michael D. Westhues, 49, Indianapolis, was fined $200 for an open alcohol container. He was acquitted on a charge of operating a vehicle while consuming alcohol. Ninalynn H. Schroeder, 23, Peru, was sentenced to one year in jail for conversion. The sentence was suspended and Schroeder-was placed on probation for one year, Charles Schaefer, 39,205 Pine Crest, was sentenced to one year in jail for possession of marijuana. The sentence was suspended and Schaefer was placed on probation for one year. GuyH. Crawford Jr., 39,117 E. Linden Ave., was sentenced to 180 days in jail tor public intoxication. The sentence was suspended and Crawford was given credit (or two days. He was placed on probation from 180 days to one year and ordered to serve 40 hours of community service, Kevin T. Bowles, 33,62811th St., was sentenced to (our years in jail for operating a vehicle after his license was suspended (or life. The sentence is to be served on in-home detention. Bowles was given credit for 36 days. Herb M. Johnston, 40,3855 State Road 29, was sentenced to four years in jail for operating a vehicle alter his license was suspended (or life. Johnston was given credit for 113 days. James W. Downey, 38, Lucerne, was sentenced to four years in jail for operating a vehicle after his license was suspended for life. The sentence is to be served on work release upon completion of a sentence in Marshall County. Downey was given credit for one day. Steven M. Edge, 25,211 Montgomery St., was sentenced to 15 months and 22 days in jail for probation violation. His in-home detention was terminated. Mark Stine, 20,1700 George St., was sentenced to five years in jail for in-home detention violation. Stine was given credit for 296 days. Samuel A. Riley Jr., 21, Royal Center, was sentenced to two years in jail for probation violation, Riley was given credit for 83 days. Jacob I. Riley, 18,1507 E, Market St., was sentenced to two years in jail (or driving while intoxicated and driving while suspended. The sentence was suspended except for 10 days. Riley was given credit for five days and placed on probation for two years. His license was suspended for three years. Troy A. Morning, 30,1187S 500E, was sentenced to one year in jail for trespass. The sentence was suspended and Morning was placed on probation for one year. Jose R. Martinez, 36, 610 Grove St., was sentenced.to; 180 days in jaihfof publiciiotoxif; cation. The sentence was suspended, and, Mar- -. tinez wa&placeman probation fpijao days; -i Timothy E. Madeira, 614 1/2 W.'Linden Ave., was sentenced to one year in jail for check deception. The sentence was suspended and Madeira was placed on probation for one year. Kelly R. Schrum, 32,95 Ninth St., was sentenced to one year in jail (or check deception. The sentence was suspended and Schrum was placed on probation for one year, Edwin E. Roberts, 24,338 Burlington Ave., was sentenced to one year in jail for battery, The sentence was suspended except for two days. Roberts was given credit for one day and placed on probation (or one year. Brian D. Risher, 18,1326 Wright St., was sentenced to three years in jail for possession/receiving stolen property. Risher was given credit (or 108 days. Ivan Sundal, 22,1220 N. Third St., was sentenced to one year in jail for battery. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Sundal was given credit for two days and placed on probation for one year, Kenneth A. Plummer, 41,4337S 500E, was sentenced to 180 days in jail (or battery. The sentence was suspended except for 10 days. Plummer was given credit (or five days and placed on unsupervised probation for 180 days. Imants Brikmanis, 49, Kokomo, was sentenced to one year in jail for theft. The sentence was suspended and Brikmanis was placed on probation for one year. James M. Moore, 19, was sentenced to two years in jail for burglary. The sentence was suspended except for 180 days, to be served on in- home detention. Moore was given credit for one day and placed on probation for 18 months, Eric L. Swartzell, 34, Twelve Mile, was sentenced to one year in jail for dealing marijuana. The sentence was suspended and Swartzell was placed on probation for one year. Stephen C. Kreseen, 50, Burlington Ave., was sentenced to 18 months in jail for theft, The sentence was suspended and Kreseen was placed on probation for 18 months. Joyce A. Randall, 45,78E100N, was sentenced to 18 months in jail for each of three counts of theft. The sentences were suspended and Randall was placed on probation for 18 months. William C. Loney, 34,128 Eel River Ave., was sentenced to 18 months in jail for battery. The sentence was suspended and Loney was placed on probation for 18 months. Jerry L. Harmon, 32, Logansport, was sentenced to one year in jail for theft. The sentence was suspended except for 68 days. Harmon was given credit for 34 days and placed on probation for one year. Ismael Delvalle Jr., 21,161/2 Richardvilje St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for public intoxication. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Delvalle was given credit for two days and placed on probation from 180 days to one year. Ricky L Durdin, 39, formerly of 630 Race St., was sentenced to one year in jail for battery. The sentence was suspended except for 10 days, to be served on work release, Durdin was placed on probation for one year. Jodi L. Rombold, 21912th St., was sentenced to one year in jail for check deception. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Rombold was given credit for two days and placed on probation for one year. Kevin L. Heiny, 30, Star City, was sentenced to one year and 180 days in jail for public intoxication and resisting law enforcement. ',-.The.sentence was suspended excijp'Kfor'eig'hf days-. Heiny.iwas given credit'topfoupdaysand- '•.placed oriiprobationforoneyear. • ii: "' ' '•<••' Walter.Thedford Jr., 45, 701"Wheatland- Ave., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for public intoxication. The sentence was suspended except for two days. Thedford was given credit for one day and placed on probation from 180 days to one year. Juan J. Tijerina, 27,1014 North St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for public intoxication. The sentence was suspended except for six days. Tijerina was given credit for three days and placed on probation from 180 days to one year. Roger D. Birnell, 42, 914 Mjchigan Ave., was sentenced to one year in jail for battery. The sentence was suspended except for two days. Birnell was placed on probation for one year. Pierre L. Young, 26, 10467W U.S. 24, was sentenced to one year in jail for battery. The sentence was suspended except for one day. Young was given credit for a half day and placed on probation for one year. Bob E. Nesbit, 41, 612 North St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for public intoxication. The sentence was suspended and Nesbit was placed on probation from 180 days to one year, He was also sentenced to 14 days in jail for contempt of court. His time was ordered served, Mark L. Kumler, 37, 111 Fourth St., was sentenced to one year in jail for criminal mischief, The sentence was suspended except for two days. Kumler was given credit for one day and placed on probation for one year, William J. Ryan, 19, 213 Seventh St., was sentenced to six months in jail .for contempt for court. Michael J. Mackey, 48, 1 91 0 Spear St., was sentenced to 180 days in jail for public intoxication, The sentence was suspended except for 10 days. Mackey was given credit for five days and placed on probation from 180 days to one year. Robert D. Benham, 38, Kokomo, was sentenced to 363 days in jail for probation violation. Benham was given credit for 162 days and he was ordered to pay restitution. Mathew W. Dart, 19, 1526 Massachusetts Ave, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for minor consumption. The sentence was suspended except for two days. Dart was given credit for one day and placed on probation from 60 days to one year. He was ordered to serve 30 hours of community service. Scott A. Burk, 32, 4101 Pottawatomie Road, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for probation violation. The sentence is to be served on in- home detention. His probation was terminated. Donald W. Hedger, 21, Winamac, was sentenced to 18 months in jail for auto theft. The sentence was suspended except for six days. Hedger was given credit for three days and placed on probation for 18 months. He was ordered to pay restitution. Artie J, Hicks, 44, Peru, was sentenced to 16 days in jail for conversion. Hicks was given credit for eight days. Bart A. Hamilton, 18, 408 Culbertson St., was sentenced to 18 months in jail for theft. The sentence was suspended except for 90 days, to be served on in-home detention. Hamilton was placed on probation for 15 months, Ryan D. Beall, 20, 109 Lux St., was sentenced to 60 days in jail for operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of ,10 percent or more. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Beall was given credit for two days and placed on probation from 60 days to one year.-His license was 'Suspended for 30 days 'Alleyne'M';Lehmann;21,8018N. Permsyl-: , " vania St., wa"s sentenced' to 60 days In* jail for operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .10 percent or more. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Lehmann was given credit for one day and placed on probation from 60 days to one year, Her license was suspended for 30 days and restricted for 180 days. Matthew D. Powlen, 24, Muncie, was sentenced to one year in jail for driving while intoxicated, The sentence was suspended except for four days. Powlen was given credit for one day and placed on probation for one year. 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Broadway • Loqansport rsonai injuries W^rklfijurres Deallocates Social Security Disability Injured? CaifKelly Leo|ian. Over 20 years of civil & criminal trials. I ^" • "/ fZ2"3OO i Contingent fees, Np-cferge for consultation on bodily injuries. Wills «Estatfe|» Guardianships • Federal & State Taxes • Bankruptcy • Business Law **" i -j • C&jptracts • Real Estate • Family Law • Adoption • Divorce cense was suspended for 90 days and restricted for 180 days, Stacey A. Russell, 26, 2808 U.S. 35, was sentenced to one year in jail for driving while intoxicated. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Russell was given credit for a half day and placed on probation for one year. Russell's license was suspended for 90 days and restricted for 180 days, Donald Rush, 21,513 Bartlett St., was sentenced to one year in jail for receiving stolen' property and driving while intoxicated, The sentence was suspended except for 30 days, to be served on in-home detention. Rush was placed on probation for one year. His license was suspended for 90 days. James L. Jackson, 30, Kokomo, was sentenced to one year in jail for driving while intoxicated. The sentence was suspended except for 20 days. Jackson was given credit for 10 days and placed on probation for one year. His license was suspended for 90 days, Kenneth S, Rohrabaugh, 25,7126W 60S, was sentenced to 60 days in jail for operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .10 percent or more. The sentence was suspended except for four days. Rohrabaugh was given credit for one day and placed on probation from 60 days to one year. His license was suspended for 90 days. Michael J. Mills, 21, Winamac, was sentenced to one year in jail for driving while intoxicated. The sentence was suspended except tor seven days, Mills was given credit for three and a half days and placed on probation for one year. His license was suspended for 90 days, Falani M, Talton, 27, Kokomo, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for probation violation. Taltcn's probation was revoked, Timothy L. McKinney, 20, Kokomo, was sentenced to 18 months in jail for receiving stolen property. The sentence was suspended and McKinney was placed on probation for 18 months. Timothy E, Root, 36, Fairmont, was sentenced to 180 days in jail for public intoxication. The sentence was suspended and Root was placed on probation from 180 days to one year. Jeffrey A. Madden, 34, Kokomo, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for probation violation. Madden's probation was terminated. Anthony L. Hallam, 28, 812 Wheatland Ave., was sentenced to 18 months in jail for habitual traffic violator. Hallam was placed on probation for 18 months. His license was suspended for life. Steve A. Garland, 37, Knox, was sentenced to one year in jail for theft. The sentence was suspended and Garland was placed on probation for one year. Guy Moody, 28,8271/2 High St., was sentenced to 18 months in jail for battery. The sentence was suspended except for four months. Moody was given credit for 61 days and placed on probation for 14 months. '.••i' •> Donald'L Moore, 24;'Detroit;'Michigan 1 ;.'". • was-sentenced to one-year-in jaiMopr-eceiving!' islolerr.'property. The sentence .was suspended except for 122 days. Moore was given creditor 61 days and placed on probation for one year. Michael Wise Sr, 28, Monticello, was sentenced to 18 months in jail for check fraud. Wise was given credit for 37 days and ordered to pay restitution, Marriages Dissolved Rodny D. Varnell and Kathryn A. Varnell Joyce Marilyn Villarreal and Armando Villarreal Marriage Licenses Kenneth R. Klabunde, 23,117 Nottingham Way, and Rebecca L, Trebley, 22,970 S. Cicott St. Rickey Lee Spencer Jr., 23, and Jennifer K. Huddleston, 27, both of Twelve Mile. Jeffrey Lewis Crowel, 24, Delphi, and Jennifer LynneSchnepp,25,2015NorthSt, Jason M. Doggendorf, 26,1425 Erie Ave., and Linbeth Snider, 24,1915 North St. Chad R, Gilsinger, 21,2109 Westgate Drive, and Shantel R. Shafer, 23,4209 Pottawatomie Road. Tickets Fined $25 and costs for speeding violations: Jamie R, Fenstermacher, 36,1427 High St.; Bret A. Kollmar, 17, 3113 E. Broadway; Dennis M. Sylvain, 40, Fulton; Joshua N. Whistler, 19, 4614 Shady Lane; Wanda L, Hamilton, 37,512 Helm St; Herman G. Morgan III, 50, Kokomo; David A. Smith, 17,1618 Smead St.; John L Ross, 22, South Bend; Christopher A. Nix, 25, Kokomo; William M. Piotrowski Jr., 56,829 Wheatland Ave,; Jacob A. Piercy, 33,2001 Jefferson St.; Michael D. Wallace, 33,1016 Daisy St.; Kathleen L, Agley, 54, Monticello; Steven M. Wallace, 30, Kokomo; Aurora R. Papacek, 29, Galveston; Marvin A. Weiss, 67, Lincolnwood, III,; Ronald E, Allread, 49,6152W 400S; Wesley E. Schroeder, 20, Chalmers; Paul E, Vaughan, 40,1601 Erie Ave.; John R. Cunningham, 59, Kewanna, Fined $25 and costs for seat belt violations: Edwin A. Likens, 23, Kokomo; Elizabeth Martinez, 18, Florida City, Fla.; Juan A. Martinez, 17, Florida City, Fla.; Charlotte Walker, 50, 4031 Quincy Road; Carmen J. Garcia, 27, 515 W. Broadway; Sarah L, Howard, 17, Kokomo; Gene R.Gish,69,913SpearSt. Fined $25 and costs for driving while suspended violations: Robert W, Knebel, 23,550W Private Road 115N; Veringer Singh, 22, Fort Wayne; Gregory D. Collins, 37,121 E. Linden Ave.; April R. Bates, 17, Galveston; Patrick B. Corn, 47, Buffalo; David A. Reynolds, 23,9 Fountain St.; Eric K. Fort, 50, Winamac; John L, Ross, 22, South Bend; Christopher A. Nix, 25, Kokomo. Fined $25 and costs for other violations: William J. Tabler, 33,6616E SOON, log book not current; Michael J, Havens, 37,1715 SR 17 North, no operator's license; Timothy J. Tierney, 38,2991E200N, using equipment with radar detector; Daniel D, Brown, 33, Fennville, Mich., no annual inspection; Jose Gomez, 23, Lafayette, false registration; Timothy L. Berryman, 20,516 W, Market St., no financial responsibility; Walter H. Wydra, 45, Denver, failure to yield; James D. Titus, 38, Lake Cicott Trailer Court, U.S. 24 West, no financial responsibility; Patrick J, Hagene, 41,308 N. Cicott St., learner's permit violation; Christopher G. Sallee, 26, Amboy, no registration plate; Daniel R. Moon, 25, Bluffton, over gross vehicle weight; Sara Salinas, 28,3415 Lindsay Drive, disregarding stop sign; Armando M. Cervantes, 31,1200 George St., disregarding stop sign;'Shad D.-McDonald,'22/131-W 1 WE. Broadway, false registration; Jose L. Torrez- Badillo, ;22Jrt12021/2Mgh,Sti,) operator, never,licensed;''Michael D. Wilson, 36, Columbia, Ky., expired annual inspection; James M. Whitehouse, 47, Battleground, failure to sign registration; Orville Prater, 53, Rochester, expired annual inspection on trailer; Bruce E. Lipp, 39,4267S 500E, expired license; Rodney A. Tobar, 41, 1163E 350S, disregarding stop sign; Ryan R. Reutebuch, 17,1760E300N, operating motorcycle without headgear; Cameron E. Repp, 34, Peru, expired plate; Kenneth M. Grawcpck, 34, Kokomo, unsafe start; James L. Wisniski, 33, 1925 Spear St., expired plate. Oprah: Tree Speech Rocks' AMARILLO, Texas (AP) — With her emotions ranging from jubilant to weepy and pensive, Oprah Winfrey told her viewers she considers her court victory over Texas cattlemen one for freedom of speech. Bound for weeks by a court gag order, Winfrey dedicated an episode- of her nationally syndicated TV ta|(c- show to the five-week beef disparagement trial she won Thursday here '. in cattle country. The show was to air today. Winfrey, who has filmed her. show here since Jan. 22, taped.three, episodes Thursday night as she arid, her staff prepared to return home to Chicago. Today's edition featured her defense team, spectators who attended the trial and television , reporters who covered the case. ; She said on the show she believed' < the jury would return a verdict ; against her or come to no decision at' all. Winfrey credited close friend' Maya Angelou for sending 12 minis-; • ters here to pray for her. She also repeated her post-trial, exclamation: "Free speech rocks!" ' "They said I couldn't get a fair trial in Texas and you proved thenv wrong," Winfrey, who at times' danced and pumped her fist, told 300. audience members at Thursday night's taping. She went on to thank' each of the 12 jury members by their first names. A judge's order prevented any of the jurors from appearing in person on the show, Winfrey said. 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