Court news for 11-9-17

Court news for 11-9-17

Marriages

David E. Gibbs and Jessica M. Hearold, both of Modesto.

Ashley E. Komnick and Matthew W. Leigh, both of Bunker Hill.

William A. Noe of Wilsonville and Rani N. Bahr of Livingston.

Joshua A. Hausman and Sarah E. Phelps of Bunker Hill.

Adam M. Crone and Alesia D. Russell of Staunton.

Bradly J. Gibbs and Kacie M. Schildroth, both of Modesto.

Divorces filed

Donald E. Ruyle Jr. of Plainview vs. Nicole A. Ruyle of Benld.

Gary D. Pay of Macoupin County vs. Tracy J. Pay of Macoupin County.

Divorce granted

Deidre A. Ford of Bunker Hill vs. Kyle N. Ford of Greenview.

Lawsuits

Ian Hampsey filed a complaint Nov. 7 against Denise Haden in connection with a Nov. 25, 2015, incident in which Haden allegedly failed to provide ladders and lifts for a construction project, resulting in Hampsey injuring his back installing drywall. He seeks a sum in excess of $50,000 and costs of the suit.

Citizens Bank, N.A., filed a complaint Oct. 31 against James Brawner, seeking $15,973.18 unpaid on a student loan, plus court costs.

Citizens Bank, N.A., filed a complaint Oct. 31 against Mary K. Kirk, seeking $22,597.55 unpaid on a retail installment contract for the purchase of a vehicle, plus court costs.

Debbie M. Osborn, for the use and benefit of Casey’s General Store, Inc., filed a complaint Nov. 2 against Seneca Companies, Inc., in connection with a Nov. 3, 2015, incident in which Osborn, a Casey’s employee, tripped over an extension cord placed by employees of the defendant who were installing fuel pumps and related equipment at the Benld store, injuring her right arm and elbow. She seeks an amount greater than $15,000 but not to exceed $50,000, including but not limited to an amount to fully compensate Casey’s General Stores, Inc., for all worker’s compensation payments and benefits previously paid, plus costs of the suit.

Central Illinois Realty Company filed a complaint in forcible entry and detainer Nov. 3 against Kevin and Heather Nolting and all unknown occupants, seeking possession of property in Virden and $2,061 for rent ($1,325.50), attorney’s fees, costs and service.

Discover Bank filed a complaint Nov. 3 against Mallory Leathers, seeking $14,651.26 unpaid on a credit account, plus court costs.

Discover Bank filed a complaint Nov. 3 against Shane Lomelino, seeking $12,741.76 unpaid on a credit account, plus court costs.

Debbie M. Osborn, for the use and benefit of Casey’s General Store, Inc., filed a complaint Nov. 2 against Seneca Tank, Inc., in connection with a Nov. 3, 2015, incident in which Osborn, a Casey’s employee, tripped over an extension cord placed by employees of the defendant who were installing fuel pumps and related equipment at the Benld store, injuring her right arm and elbow. She seeks an amount greater than $15,000 but not to exceed $50,000, including but not limited to an amount to fully compensate Casey’s General Stores, Inc., for all worker’s compensation payments and benefits previously paid, plus costs of the suit.

Henry Sanchez filed a complaint Nov. 6 against Misty W. Rice, seeking possession of property in Carlinville, rent, attorney’s fees and costs.

Felonies

Michael A. DeVries, 46, Virden, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of a substance containing meth in connection with an Aug. 23 incident.

Marina K. Krummel, 26, Carlinville, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of a substance containing meth in connection with a Sept. 24 incident.

Renetta D. Holmes, 36, Mt. Clare, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth in connection with a Nov. 3 incident.

Tanya L. Jennings, 41, Litchfield, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth in connection with a Nov. 3 incident.

Jeffrey F. Stoops, 47, Staunton, has been charged with criminal damage to property in connection with an Oct. 14 incident in which he allegedly caused more than $500 but less than $10,000 damage to an electronic slot machine located within Circle K gas station, Staunton, by punching it and breaking an electronic input screen.

Quentin A. Drew, 38, Girard, has been charged with aggravated battery, threatening a public official and aggravated assault in connection with a Nov. 4 incident in which he allegedly threw a pen and paper at a peace officer, striking the officer in the chest; conveyed directly to the officer statements containing a threat to inflict bodily harm upon the officer due to the officer’s performance of his duties; and operated a truck in such a manner which placed an individual in reasonable apprehension of being struck with the moving motor vehicle.

Michael J. Hedden Jr., 30, Gillespie, has been charged with residential burglary and escape in connection with an Oct. 30 incident in which he allegedly entered an individual’s dwelling place in the 100 block of East Second South Street, Mt. Olive, with the intent to commit a theft and intentionally escaped lawful custody of the Mt. Olive Police Department.

Misdemeanors

Jake E. Provaznik, 30, Bunker Hill, has been charged with escape in connection with an Oct. 20 incident in which he allegedly failed to report to Macoupin Count Jail when ordered to do so.

Jessica R. Heigert, 27, Gillespie, has been charged with escape in connection with an Oct. 20 incident in which she allegedly failed to report to Macoupin County Jail when ordered to do so.

Joseph T. Clark, 36, Carlinville, has been charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an Oct. 31 incident in which he allegedly yelled at an individual that the individual was racist and threw a sandwich at the individual.

Brian S. Crays, 40, Virden, has been charged with two counts of deceptive practices in connection with Aug. 17 and 31 incidents in which he allegedly delivered checks for $200 each to Virden Hardware, knowing his bank would not honor the drafts.

Beau Z. Weeks, 37, Worden, has been charged with two counts of deceptive practices in connection with Aug. 17 and 20 incidents in which he allegedly delivered checks for $68.57 and $18.19 to Bill’s IGA, knowing his bank would not honor the drafts.

Timothy M. Conway, 68, Staunton, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with an Aug. 27 incident in which he allegedly delivered a check for $82.68 to Bill’s IGA, knowing his bank would not honor the draft.

Sandra D. Rongey, 39, Staunton, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with an Aug. 27 incident in which she allegedly delivered a check for $90.17 to Bill’s IGA, knowing her bank would not honor the draft.

Jacqueline J. Hoppes, 66, Benld, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with an Aug. 26 incident in which she allegedly delivered a check for $100 to Randy’s Market, knowing her bank would not honor the draft.

Cynthia R. Randle, 56, Benld, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with a July 13 incident in which she allegedly delivered a check for $18.95 to Randy’s Market, knowing her bank would not honor the draft.

Shaun S. Cathorall, 23, Staunton, has been charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an Oct. 11 incident in which he allegedly transmitted to Macoupin County Sheriff’s Department, a public safety agency, that he had been injured without reasonable grounds to believe that transmitting the report is necessary for safety and welfare of the public.

Jackie L. Peters, 37, Bunker Hill, has been charged with two counts of violation of owner’s duties in connection with an Oct. 19 incident in which he allegedly failed to provide a sufficient quantity of good quality, wholesome food and water, and veterinary care when necessary to prevent suffering, to his dog, a black mixed breed canine.

Dustin W. Bramley, 37, Staunton, has been charged with criminal trespass to real property in connection with a Sept. 30 incident in which he allegedly remained on property in the 700 block of West Sixth Street, Staunton, after being notified by the owner of the property to leave the premises.

Deborah A. Lewis, 55, Staunton, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with an Aug. 29 incident in which she allegedly delivered a check for $245.50 to Animal Doctors, LLP, knowing her bank would not honor the draft.

DUIs

Eduardo Arellano de Jesus, 22, Gillespie, has been charged with driving under the influence, illegal transportation of alcohol and unlicensed in connection with an Oct. 23 incident in which he allegedly drove a bronze/brown 2003 Ford at the intersection of Elm and Clay streets, Gillespie.

Jesse L. Leonard, 29, Nokomis, has been charged with two counts of driving under the influence and one count of improper lane usage in connection with an Oct. 28 incident in which he allegedly drove a red 1998 Ford on Route 138 at Oak Street, Benld.

Joseph L. Pope, 42, Springfield, has been charged with driving under the influence and driving 21-25 mph above the limit (94 mph in a 70 mph zone) in connection with an Oct. 28 incident in which he allegedly drove a gray 2008 Chevrolet on Interstate 55 southbound at milepost 47.

Jeremy A. Spears, 41, Staunton, has been charged with two counts of driving under the influence and one count of driving on a revoked license in connection with an Oct. 27 incident in which he allegedly drove a silver 2007 Chevrolet Silverado in the 2300 block of Route 4, Staunton.

Avery D. Gisy, 29, Medora, has been charged with two counts of driving under the influence and one count each of improper lane usage and illegal transportation of alcohol in connection with an Oct. 29 incident in which he allegedly drove a black 2004 GMC truck on Route 111 at FS Road, south of Medora.