Madison County Clerk’s Office
Cristian Diaz, 24, to Jessika Martinez, 23. Paul McCawley, 29, to Kashmir Stanley, 26.
Madison County District Court
Domestic Cases Filed
Filing for divorce: Todd Norris v. Tina Norris. Katelyn Hurlbert v. Garet Hurlbert. Eric Hale v. Lisa Hale.
Criminal case judgments
Jesse Zobrist, 39, Neligh, attempted possession of methamphetamine (28 grams or more) with intent to deliver, 7 to 15 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 213 days served, costs.
Jasmine Taylor, 27, 1306 Park Ave., attempted delivery of methamphetamine, delivery of methamphetamine, 4 to 8 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 29 days served, costs.
Matthew Swoboda, 32, 2408 Belmont Drive, possession of methamphetamine, failure to appear, criminal mischief, obstructing a peace officer, 1 year and 180 days in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 66 days served, $307.88 in restitution, costs.
Zachary Hansen, 19, Stanton, possession of cocaine, delivery of a controlled substance, 4 to 7 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 84 days served, costs.
Madison County Court
Felony cases bound over to district court
Noel Sandoval, 23, Madison, charged with burglary, theft by receiving stolen property — third offense.
Kyler Jahnke, 22, Madison, charged with burglary, possession of methamphetamine.
Ayle Nelson, 26, 600 Queen City Blvd., No. 13, charged with robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, second-degree assault.
Criminal case judgments
Randall Baker Jr., 33, 1807 Parker Circle, Apt. B, second-degree criminal trespass, shoplifting, 28 days in jail with credit for 7 days served, costs.
Kristen Bliss, 24, 1806 Parker Circle, Apt. G, first-degree criminal trespass, 30 days in jail, costs.
Ashley Weslocky, 24, Sturgis, South Dakota, driving under suspension, $100, costs.
Civil case judgments
Portfolio Recovery Associates v. Tiffany Sciarappa, no address listed, plaintiff awarded $1,463.18, interest, costs.
Credit Bureau Services v. Richard Hawk, 202 S. 16th St., plaintiff awarded $3,307.96, interest, costs, fees.
Credit Bureau Services v. Curtis Bryant, Newman Grove, plaintiff awarded $188.81, interest, costs, fees.
Credit Management Services v. Courtnie Chavez, 707 S. Fourth St., plaintiff awarded costs.
Credit Management Services v. Stacy Carpenter, 500 Hastings Ave., plaintiff awarded $1,141.95, interest, costs, fees.
General Collection v Jeremiah Johnson, 104 21st Drive, plaintiff awarded, $37,569.63, costs.
LVNV Funding v. Abraham Valdez, 110 S. Ninth St., No. 2, plaintiff awarded $623.36, costs.
Credit Bureau Services v. Crystal Jackson, 1400 Amberwood Drive, No. 4, plaintiff awarded $1,377.50, interest, costs, fees.
DNF Associates v. Maura Diaz Acosta, Madison, plaintiff awarded $6,558.74, costs.
LVNV Funding v. Rosa Perez, 3207 S. 12th St., No. 23, plaintiff awarded $715.02, costs.
Jefferson Capital Systems v. Christina Gray, 414 Hastings Ave., plaintiff awarded $1,566.80, costs.
CVI SGP-CO Acquisition Trust v. Gary Wise, 603 N. Sixth St., plaintiff awarded $2,183.54, costs.
Crown Asset Management v. Nicholas Coburn Jr., no address listed, plaintiff awarded $1,372.40, costs.
Midland Credit Management v. Shawn Cook, 407 Roland St., plaintiff awarded $4,161.30.
City ordinance violations
Melissa Seevers, 103 N. 14th St., no valid registration, no proof of insurance, abandoned vehicle, $160, costs.
Bryan Peterson, Pilger, improper vehicle lighting, $25, costs.
Elizabeth Kinsey, Wayne, $75, costs. Adam Bittner, Primrose, $75, costs. Anthony Willams, Mobile, Alabama, $25. Baldomero Gallegos, 801 S. 14th Place, $75, costs. Maikel Noa, 205 Meadow Lane, $75, costs. Cesar Garcia, 124 E. Phillip Ave., $200, costs. Kelli Buchanan, Osmond, $25, costs.
Guillermo Guerra Rodriguez, 1317 Impala Drive, failure to yield, $25, costs. John Dieter, 604 W. Bluff Ave., attempted unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle, $50, costs. Joann Kubat, 207 Harris Drive, traffic control signal violation, $75, costs. Devin Denker, 2002 N. Eastwood St., failure to yield, $25, costs.
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