Madison County Clerk's Office

Marriage licenses: Cole Robert Palmer, 30, to Elizabeth Carol Milan, 26; Gabriel Kole Wiegand, 28, to Prudence Clarisse Biermann, 24; Ethan Donald Johnson, 28, to Rachel Maria Tauber, 22; Rylee Eugene Winners, 24, to Taylor Noelle Johnson, 25; Richard Merrill Johnson, 27, to Cassie Nicole Petersen, 26; Caleb James Worral, 23, to Hannah Elizabeth Davis, 22; Evan David Unkel, 22, to Nicole Elizabeth Jackson, 22.


Madison County District Court

Domestic cases filed

Filing for divorce: Amber Kerkman v. Max Kerkman; Rafael Aceves-Rodriguez v. Ashleigh Glinsmann.

Arraignments

Michael Fowler, 28, Lincoln, pleaded not guilty to failure to appear.

Cecille Laswell, 23, no address listed, pleaded not guilty to burglary, possession of a controlled substance.

Earl Workman, 48, 18 S. 14th Place, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit a felony.

Coralee Bedolla, 30, Creighton, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Chad Sholes, 27, 901 S. First St., Apt. 1, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Hector Guerra Gonzalez, 47, Madison, pleaded not guilty to second-degree assault.

Lesvia Gomez Juarez, 24, 704 Channel Road, pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence (.15 grams or more or refusal) — fourth offense.

Gregory McFadden, 43, Leigh, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

Rogelio Garza Jr., 24, no address listed pleaded guilty to driving under the influence (.15 grams or more or refusal) — fourth offense.

Jordan Roepke, 23, 311 N. 12th St., No. 304, pleaded not guilty to two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, child abuse, possession of a controlled substance.

Angeline Moore, 37, Columbus, pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance.


Criminal case judgments

Mandy Board, 33, Stanton, attempted burglary, 30 months of probation, $768.10 in restitution, 90 days in jail with credit for 20 days served and two days to be served immediately with the balance to be served prior to the end of probation unless waived, costs.

Kadyn Moore, 21, no address listed, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, 2-4 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for nine days served, costs.

John Wulf, 31, Meadow Grove, terroristic threats, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, possession of methamphetamine, 9-16 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 66 days served, costs.

Noel Sandoval, 22, Madison, shoplifting — second offense, failure to appear, 12 months of probation, $27.93 in restitution, 90 days in jail with credit for 15 days served to be served prior to the end of probation unless waived, 40 hours of community service, additional 60 days in jail with credit for 32 days served, costs.

Yoandre Perez-Armenteros, 44, 1900 Parker Circle, Apt. B, theft by unlawful taking, first-degree criminal trespass, 18 months of probation, $1,600 in restitution, 90 days in jail with credit for 21 days served, costs.

Adam Nielsen, 39, Battle Creek, possession of methamphetamine, 18 months of probation, 90 days in jail to be served prior to the end of probation unless waived, costs.

Benjamin McGrew, 41, Wisner, attempted assault by a confined person, theft by unlawful taking, 12-14 months in the Nebraska Department of Corrections, 10-15 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 42 days served, $37,105.85 in restitution, costs.

Robert Barrows, 34, 2807 S. First St., third-degree assault, resisting arrest, obstructing, disturbing the peace, $2,500 fine, three days in jail with credit for one day served, costs.

Joey Colwell, 54, 1 Hayes Ave., failure to appear, possession of a controlled substance, attempted possession of a controlled substance, 180 days in jail with credit for 118 days served, 24 months of SSAS probation, costs.

Lillie Bordenkecher, no age listed, Decatur, third-degree assault, attempt of a Class 2A felony, 364 days in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 240 days served, nine months of post-release supervision, costs.

Kimberly Williams, 36, Meadow Grove, attempted delivery of a controlled substance, 30 months of probation , 90 days in jail with credit for 10 days served to be served prior to the end of probation unless waived, costs.


Madison County Court

Felony cases bound over to district court

Coralee Bedolla, 30, Creighton, charged with two counts of failure to appear.

James Artis-Bey, 43, 600 Queen City Blvd., No 13, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Damian Hess, 23, 307 W. Eighth St., charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Criminal case judgments

Gerrardo Pujol Hernandez, 33, 601 Verges Ave., No. 1, third-degree assault by mutual consent, $500 fine, costs.

Francisco Ramirez-Cardenas, 39, 919 S. 14th St., driving under suspension, $200 fine, costs.

Juan Contreras, 32, 3207 S. 12th St., Lot 64, driving under suspension, $200 fine, costs.

Zaine Gallagher, 19, 211 N. 10th St., disturbing the peace, $250 fine, costs.

Andrew Norton, 29, Leigh, violation of a protection order, $250 fine, costs.

Robert Goste Jr., 53, 1509 E. Norfolk Ave., possession of marijuana, $300 fine, costs.

Cecille Laswell, 23, no address listed, shoplifting, seven days in jail $26.82 in restitution, costs.

Amy Schulz, 68, 108 N. Fourth St., No. 212, shoplifting, four days in jail with credit for five days served, costs.

Dakota Allen, 23, 405 Elm Ave., first-degree criminal trespass, disturbing the peace, 15 days in jail with credit for one day served, costs.

Joseph Dobrovolny, 29, Omaha, driving under the influence (.15 grams or more), failure to appear, $500 fine, five days in jail with credit for seven days served, license revoked for one year, 16 months of probation, costs.

Bencao Ntela, 61, 109 Gold Strike Drive, No. 2, unsafe backing, $25 fine, costs.

Connor Wetter, 20, 801 E. Benjamin Ave., Simon 527, minor in possession, $250 fine, costs.

Alexander Hannappel, 20, Lincoln, minor in possession, $300 fine, costs.

Jake Nelson, 39, Lincoln, driving under suspension, $100 fine, costs.

Dillon White, 26, Pierce, driving under suspension, $100 fine, costs.

Javier Zavala Jr., 35, 318 W. Indiana Ave, issuing a bad check, 10 days in jail with credit for six days served, $37.10 in restitution, costs.

Thomas Goettsch, 34, 302½ S. Fifth St., shoplifting, $250 fine, $75.55 in restitution, costs.

Maurice Taylor, 55, 901 Syracuse Ave., Apt. G, shoplifting, $250 fine, $63.99 in restitution, costs.

Nathan Daniel McIntosh, 26, Tilden, driving under the influence, $500 fine, six months of probation, license revoked for 60 days, costs.

Stephen Smith, 66, 1801 N 37th St., disturbing the peace, $250 fine, costs.

Karla Juarez-Nino, 37, 506 S. Seventh St., false reporting, driving under the influence, transporting a child

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