Court list NDN

Madison County Clerk's Office

Marriage Licenses

Jennifer Long, 40, to Kerry Koerting, 43. Filemon Ordonez-Reyes, 53, to Celinda Urugutia, 49. Lane Cole, 24, to Ariella Crespo, 22. Cole Shanks, 22, to Reanna Lawyer, 20. Daniel Thomas, 42, to Britany Williams, 32. Rigoberto Gonzalez, 28, to Kristina Valle, 29.

Domestic cases filed

Filing for divorce

Paul Waite v. Eirene Waite.

Madison County District Court

Criminal case judgments

Jay Aldag, Norfolk, second-degree assault, terroristic threats, 12 to 19 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 3 days served, costs.

Jesus U. Miranda, 29, 1107 Grant Ave., possession of a stolen firearm, 4 to 5 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 242 days served, costs.

Zane M. Herley, 21, Clearwater, attempted possession of a controlled substance, $500, costs.

Michael J. Zoubek, 29, Norfolk, attempt of a Class 3 or 3A felony, 18 months in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 109 days served, costs.

Madison County Court

Criminal case judgments

Brent A. Janzen, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Luis A. Sanchez, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Christopher G. Wallace, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Cadyn J. Kocourek, no valid registration, $50, costs.

Garrett A. Bermel, minor in possession, $300, costs.

Ryan M. Hicks, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Wylie J. Trowbridge, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Mick E. Bayne, driving under suspension, careless driving, $200, costs.

Lane F. Esben, possession of drug paraphernalia, $100, costs.

Wyatt J. Wallin, disturbing the peace, $300, costs.

Misty C. Hawley, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Trey German, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Billy A. Castillo, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Cole S. Pritchett, curfew violation, $15, costs.

Kayla Eberhardt, disturbing the peace, $150, costs.

Michael J. Zoubek, two counts of third-degree assault, criminal mischief, 30 months in jail, costs.

Kevin J. Lavey, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Michele D. Carbaugh, theft, driving under suspension, 7 days in jail with credit for 7 days served, costs.

Amiah Francis, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Manuel A. Darias, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Travis R. Reed, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Sutton M. Bellar, possession of marijuana, $300, costs.

Natina L. Mitchell, open alcohol container, $50, costs.

Felony cases bound over to district court

Guillermo I. Santillan, theft by unlawful taking, certificate of title violation.

Levi H. Baldwin Jr., terroristic threats, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony.

City ordinance violations

Irma Arango, failure to return library materials.

Ryan Sharples, barking dog, $50, costs.

Greg R. Tift, weeds, litter, stagnant water, $100, costs.

Civil case judgments

Velocity Investments v. Mellisa Ellenwood, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $3,716.46, costs.

Midland Credit Management v. Billy Smith, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $1,110.81, costs.

Professional Choice Recovery v. Jerri Hackett, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $84.06.

DNF Associates v. Chris D. Collins, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $688.99, fees, costs.

Speeding violations

Donald R. King, $75, costs. Samantha J. Reigle, $125, costs. Maikoll Peraza-Perez, $25, costs. Trenton R. Earley, $25, costs. Chelsea M. Musquiz, $25, costs. Donald V. Neidig, $75, costs. Kate Hernandez-Hill, $75, costs.

Other citations

Leonard F. Carnes, failure to use child passenger restraint, $25, costs. William Thompson, no motorcycle helmet, $50, costs. Jose A. Escobar-Barrios, no valid operator’s license, $75, costs. David Sardinas, no valid operator’s license, $75, costs. Linda S. Peters, stop sign violation, $75, costs. Safaa I. Mohammed, following too closely, $50, costs. Brando J. Ajsivinac, unsafe backing, no valid operator’s license, $100, costs. Ethan J. Planer, stop sign violation, $75, costs.

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