Court list NDN

Madison County Clerk's Office

Marriage Licenses

Austin Moore, 37, to Grace Fitzgerald, 32.

Madison County District Court

Criminal case judgments

Deborah L. Brandt, 48, Norfolk, possession of a controlled substance, criminal impersonation, 2 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 45 days served, costs.

Dillon L. White, 28, Pierce, driving under the influence — third offense, $1,000, 120 days in the Madison County Jail with credit for 3 days served, license revoked for 15 years, costs.

Cheri M. Thornton, 57, 803 S. 12th St., possession of a controlled substance, 15 months in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 44 days served, costs.

Dennis C. Sheaks, 37, Norfolk, possession of a controlled substance, 13 months in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 28 days served, 12 months’ probation, costs.

Domestic cases filed

Filing for divorce: Kacy McManaman v. Martin McManaman.

Madison County Court

Criminal case judgments

Orin O. Saul, open alcohol container, $50, costs.

Jacob L. Hopp, open alcohol container, $50, costs.

Judson A. Dupree, third-degree assault, 90 days in jail, costs.

Justin L. Lawson, no valid registration, $25, costs.

Dillon E. Perry, driving under suspension, 5 days in jail with credit for 5 days served, costs.

David M. Rhodes, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Karen A. Bright, driving under the influence (.15 grams or more) — second offense, theft, $1,000, 92 days in jail with credit for 14 days served, license revoked for 18 months, costs.

Douglas L. Wendell, driving under the influence, $500, 8 months’ probation, license revoked for 60 days, costs.

Carol R. Zessin, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Monica R. Moore, open alcohol container, $50, costs.

Tyler C. Van Schoiack, driving under the influence, $500, 9 months’ probation, license revoked for 60 days, costs.

Joshua M. Lyons, second-degree trespassing, 11 days in jail with credit for 11 days served, costs.

Terrell C. Starr, false reporting, $150, costs.

Henry J. Nabors, second-degree trespassing, 23 days in jail with credit for 23 days served, costs.

Jay L. Ahrenholtz, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Alysha A. Anderson, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Brenda C. Ibarra, driving under the influence, $500, 12 months’ probation, license revoked for 60 days, costs.

Chad A. Campbell, attempt of a Class I misdemeanor, $500, costs.

Felony cases bound over to district court

Markiah M. Armstrong, first-degree assault.

Civil case judgments

Professional Choice Recovery v. Prudencio Capetillo, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $180, fees, costs.

Accredited Collection Service v. Amanda Loewe-Hasebroock, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $510.13, costs.

L.F. Noll v. Albert J. Ponder Jr., Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $4,877.95, costs.

General Service Bureau v. David L. McIntosh, Tilden, plaintiff awarded $2,693, fees, costs.

ARL Credit Services v. Michael J. Brandenburger, Newman Grove, plaintiff awarded $299.51, interest, fees, costs.

Credit Management Services v. Joanne Perrin, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $1,014.21, interest, fees, costs.

ARL Credit Services v. David A. Radford, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $393.70, interest, fees, costs.

Credit Bureau Services v. Aren Christ and Brandi L. Christ, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $514.85, interest, fees, costs.

Speeding violations

Kay L. McKay, $75, costs. Jennifer Burgos-Rodriguez, $200, costs. Rayunna M. Moore, $75, costs. Michael R. Tidwell, $75, costs. Bradlee W. Carls, $75, costs.

Samantha J. Harrison, $125, costs. Cody A. Spray, $75, costs. Jacob A. Wachtel, $75, costs. Veronica L. Olnes, $25, costs. Gabriel Sanchez-Maldonado, $125, costs.

Bailey K. Kessner, $75, costs. Christina A. Bellavia, $25, costs. Jeff A. Bear, $200, costs. Haley Nugent, $125, costs. Daniel P. Meyer, $75, costs; Gage A. Tighe, $20, costs.

Other citations

Christopher L. Hinkelman, possession of a CMV radar detector, no trip permit, $65, costs. Chase S. Martens, no operator’s license, $75, costs. Luke R. Stueve, no valid registration, $25, costs. Shady R. Abbott, fictitious plates, no registration in vehicle, $75, costs. Adrian Sanchez, unlawful parking, $25, costs.

Erin E. Kumm, negligent driving, $75, costs. Jodee M. Classen, no valid operator’s license, no valid registration, $100, costs. Haylea E. Nelson, failure to yield right of way, $25, costs. Lindsay Johnson, no valid registration, $25, costs. Stephanie L. Cohn, following too close, $50, costs.

Jaden T. Eddy, careless driving, $100, costs. Margarita M. Ramos, stop sign violation, $75, costs. Bart A. Schumacher, traffic control signal violation, $75, costs. Ricardo Ramos-Escalera, no valid operator’s license, $75, costs. Angela M. Simpson, failure to yield right of way when turning, $25, costs.

Danielle F. Swenson, failure to yield right of way, $25, costs. Robert O. Bates Jr., stop sign violation, $75, costs. Joyce L. Dvorak, failure to yield right of way, $25, costs. Alicia Godinez, no valid operator’s license, $75, costs.

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