Court news for 12-7-17

Court news for 12-7-17

Marriages

Jason J. Flieger and Kelsey E. Clore, both of Brighton.

Dillan K.R. Turner and Alicia E. Friesland, both of Wilsonville.

Taylor M. Smith and Adrianna N. Bennett, both of Girard.

Divorces filed

Kenneth A. Shaw of Alton vs. Shiela M. Shaw of Edwardsville.

Scott Ismari of Staunton vs. Debra Ismari of Litchfield.

Marla J. Bailey of Hettick vs. Robert W. Bailey of Hettick.

Divorce granted

Carrie D. Viehweg of Staunton vs. William C. Viehweg of Staunton.

Lawsuits

Amanda Ratcliffe filed a complaint Nov. 29 against Daniel Komnick in connection with a May 25, 2016, automobile accident, seeking damages in excess of $50,000.

Diane F. Schwinn filed a complaint Nov. 30 against her son, Keith A. Schwinn, for tortious interference with a real estate transaction, seeking an amount in excess of $50,000, as well as a temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction and/or permanent injunction against K. Schwinn for allegedly threatening to kill her and shoot her daughter (his sister).

The city of Staunton filed a complaint Dec. 1 against Heneghan and Associates in connection with the construction of a new water treatment plant in a manner that was allegedly “exorbitant, inefficient, impractical and inconsistent with the applicable standards of care owed by design professionals,” requiring the city to incur additional costs to undertake substantial remedial measures. They seek monetary damages in excess of $50,000, attorney’s fees and costs.

Peggy Meldi filed a complaint in forcible entry and detainer Nov. 29 against Kevin Raynor, seeking possession of property in Wilsonville, rent, attorney’s fees and costs.

Central Illinois Realty Company filed a complaint in forcible entry and detainer Nov. 30 against Kristina Sandish, Devon Register and all unknown occupants, seeking possession of property in Virden and $2,056 for rent ($1,320), attorney’s fees, costs and service.

Maco Management Company, Inc., filed a complaint in forcible entry and detainer Nov. 30 against Samantha Simmons, seeking possession of property in Gillespie, attorney’s fees and costs.

David Masinelli filed a complaint in forcible entry and detainer Dec. 4 against Angela Waugh, seeking possession of property in Wilsonville and $1,415 rent.

Central Illinois Realty Company filed a complaint in forcible entry and detainer Dec. 5 against Charles Samson, Randi Smith and all unknown occupants, seeking possession of property in Virden and $2,225.50 for rent ($1,489.50), attorney’s fees, costs and service.

Felonies

Bradley D. Kryak, 32, Bunker Hill, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth and less than 15 grams of a controlled substance (heroin) in connection with a Nov. 4 incident.

Samuel M. Roach, 33, Benld, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth in connection with a Nov. 22 incident.

Peyton R. Pehrson, 18, Bunker Hill, has been charged with criminal damage to state-supported property in connection with a Nov. 25 incident in which he allegedly caused less than $500 damage to a squad care cage window owned by Bunker Hill Police Department.

Joseph W. Kincaid, 28, Bunker Hill, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth and less than 15 grams of a controlled substance (a substance containing heroin) in connection with a Nov. 4 incident.

Kyle R. Kessler, now 32, Wilsonville, has been charged with criminal damage to property in connection with a Nov. 20 incident in which he allegedly caused more than $500 but less than $10,000 damage to a window at a rental house in the 100 block of Marcia Street, Wilsonville, by throwing a brick through the window. He was also charged with misdemeanor criminal damage to property for causing less than $500 damage to a window at the same residence on the same date.

Anthony S. Zumwalt, 23, East Gillespie, has been charged with unlawful possession of less than five grams of a substance containing meth in connection with a Sept. 30 incident.

Misdemeanors

Ashley N. Vollintine, 30, Carlinville, has been charged with domestic battery and criminal damage to property in connection with a Nov. 26 incident in which she allegedly struck an individual in the head with her hand and caused less than $500 damage to the side mirror of the individual’s 2007 Ford truck.

Dawn L. Shales, 49, Carlinville, has been charged with retail theft in connection with a Nov. 27 incident in which she allegedly took clothes valued at less than $300 from Dollar General and Walmart.

Ashley N. Wilson, 22, Virden, has been charged with domestic battery in connection with a Nov. 27 incident in which she allegedly threw a glass of water at an individual.

Kelly E. Lyons, 52, Benld, has been charged with domestic battery in connection with a Nov. 28 incident in which he allegedly grabbed an individual’s upper arm, causing bruising.

Adam L. Lair, 25, Virden, has been charged with domestic battery in connection with a Nov. 27 incident in which he allegedly grabbed an individual around the neck with his right arm.

Christopher R. Wiles, 42, Wagner, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with an Aug. 28 incident in which he allegedly delivered a check for $79.44 to Joseph F. Boente and Sons, knowing his bank would not honor the draft.

Daniel B. Gormley, 25, Livingston, has been charged with deceptive practices in connection with a Sept. 9 incident in which he allegedly delivered a check for $150 to Madison Communications Company, knowing his bank would not honor the draft.

John D. Maher, 43, Virden, has been charged with battery and criminal trespass to real property in connection with a Nov. 23 incident in which he allegedly grabbed an individual by the neck, pushed the individual against the wall and entered K&K Bar in Virden after being notified by the employees that he must leave the premises.

Harold M. Walker, 50, Benld, has been charged with two counts of deceptive practices in connection with Aug. 25 and Sept. 4 incidents in which he allegedly delivered checks for $34.48 and $150, respectively, to Lumpy’s, knowing his bank would not honor the drafts.