Madison County Clerk’s Office

Marriage licenses

Oscar Dorado, 33, to Francis Chavez Angel, 31. Kenneth Roland III, 43, to Leia Johnson, 42. Seth Theisen, 26, to Stephanie Podany, 30. Jack Bernhardt, 21, to Kati Krueger, 22. Kue Reh, 60, to Ti Mon, 47.


Madison County District Court

Domestic cases filed

Filing for divorce

Nicole Marshall v. Devan Marshall. Natashia Zohner v Patrick Pack Jr. Matthew Wiedeman v. Meryria Wiedeman.


Criminal case judgments

Hector Gonzalez, 48, Madison, third-degree assault, 12 months’ probation, 90 days in jail to be served before the end of probation unless waived with credit for one day previously served, costs.

Daniel Hubbs, 37, Omaha, possession of a controlled substance, 18 months’ probation, 90 days in jail to be served before the end of probation unless waived with credit for 156 days previously served, costs.

Tegan Mclean, 19, Creighton, attempted Class I misdemeanor, false reporting, $350, $500 in restitution, seven days in jail with credit for seven days previously served, costs.

Teresa Modahl, 47, 914 S. 14th St., delivery of methamphetamine, 36 months’ probation, 90 days in jail with credit for 113 days previously served, costs.

Jake Madrigal, 25, no address listed, delivery of methamphetamine, 90 days in jail, 18 months’ SASS probation, costs.

Meghan Rankin, 37, 1805 Parker Circle, Apartment E, attempted Class IV felony, $500, costs.

Sydney Moniz, 27, 111 N. Ninth St., possession of a controlled substance, attempted Class IV felony, 455 days in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 46 days previously served, costs.

Mark Lafrancis, 40, Plainview, attempted Class III felony, 120 days in jail with credit for 35 days served.


Madison County Court

Felony cases bound over to district court

Alissa Fink, 19, Pierce, charged with possession of alprazolam.

Antonio Finn Sr., 43, Madison County Jail, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Luke Sukup, 24, 806 S. 16th St., No. 3, charged with possession of alprazolam.

Vernon Cech Jr., 60, Madison County Jail, charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver.

Brandon Prescott, 40, Madison County Jail, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Damion Anderson, 29, Madison County Jail, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Hector Medina, 30, Stanton, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Tyler Deitloff, 36, 608 E. Grove Ave., charged with leaving the scene of an accident.


Criminal case judgments

Collin Podolak, 18, 801 E. Benjamin Ave., Simon Hall, No. 310, minor in possession, $500, license impounded for 60 days, costs.

Kirk Lilja, 65, Newman Grove, sale of tobacco to a minor, $100, costs.

David Rangel, 26, Hastings, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Pacey Nicklen, 21, 612 Meadow Lane, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Troy Ratcliff, 26, 1704 Pasewalk Ave., No. 8, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Kristen Gotschall, 25, 713 S. Fifth St., shoplifting, $250, costs.

Lee Smith, 68, Pierce, disturbing the peace, $300, costs.

Daniel Fitzgerald, 27, 608 N. 37th St., driving under the influence (.15 grams or more), possession of marijuana (1 ounce or less), 62 days in jail with credit for two served, $800, license revoked for one year, probation.

Riley Morton, 41, 902 S. Ninth St., theft, $500, costs.

Tristan Carstens, 20, Battle Creek, possession of drug paraphernalia, $100, costs.

Raul Mirabel Perez, 52, 704 N. First St., No. 2, third-degree assault, $500, costs.

Sabastian Votta, 40, 102 E. Benjamin Ave., No. 3, driving under the influence, 10 days in jail with credit for one day served, $500, license revoked for six months, costs.

Coldy Rhodes, 39, O’Neill, driving under suspension, $300 fine, costs.

Maria Wilson, 20, 1103 Rose Lane, theft by receiving stolen property, unauthorized use of a financial transaction device, probation, costs.

Cody Koehn, 24, Stanton, driving under the influence, 10 days in jail with credit for one day served, $500, license revoked for six months.


Civil case judgments

Credit Management Services v. Felipe Martinez, 83689 Jolean Drive, plaintiff awarded $675.77, interest, fees, costs.

Credit Management Services v. Rhonda Wipping, 108 N. Fourth St., No. 228, plaintiff awarded $200, interest, fees, costs.

Credit Management Services v. Trenda Brown, 1704 W. Pasewalk Ave., No. 8, plaintiff awarded $245.60, interest, fees, costs.

Clear Recovery v. Lisa Sommer, Madison, plaintiff awarded $862.77, interest, costs.

Synchrony Bank v. Crystal Petersen, no address listed, plaintiff awarded $1,223.01, interest, costs.


Small claims

Time 2 Shine Auto Sales v. Javier and Danielle Martinez, 1501 Square Turn Blvd., No. 200, plaintiff awarded $2,100, interest, costs.


Battle Creek city ordinance violations

Stephen Salisbury, 1910 Crown Road, nuisance violation, abatement, $200, costs.

Sheryl Salisbury, 1910 Crown Road, nuisance violation, abatement, $200, costs.


Speeding violations

Keith Meyer, Tilden, $200, costs. Paula Bayne, 109 W. Cedar Ave., $75, costs. Lincoln Schindler, 1000 S. Fourth St., $75, costs. Linn Schommer, 404 William St., $25. Jesus Rodriguez Hernandez, 3207 S. 12th St., No. 21, $200, costs. Clayton Thompson, Lindsay, $25, costs. Llarasmira Zazueta Miranda, 4302 Pierce Drive, $75, costs. Rodney Madsen, Lincoln, $49, costs.

Other citations

Braedy Grosshuesch, Pierce, improper turn, $25, costs. Donald Stolze, 1010 W. Meadow Ridge Road, failure to yield, $25, costs. Reyna Acosta, 810 S. 14th St., failure to yield, $100, costs. Dean Detlefsen, Battle Creek, no valid registration, $25, costs. Gary Groteluschen, Columbus, following too closely, $25, costs. Barbara Junck, Carroll, improper lane change, $25, costs. Christopher Hupp, 215 Jefferson St., no valid registration, $25, costs. Luis Lemus, 111 22nd Drive, driving left of center, $25, costs.

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