Madison County District Court

Domestic cases filed

Filing for divorce: Maria Yanez Vasquez v. Jose Rios Pereda. Katrina Weidner v. Tanner Weidner. Bruce Shively v. Kristine Shively. Leva Domogalla v. Richard Domogalla.

Criminal case judgments

Joseph Gutierrez, 24, Leigh, possession of a controlled substance, failure to appear, 60 days in jail with credit for 7 days served, 18 months’ probation, 90 days in jail to be served before the end of probation unless waived, with credit for 18 days served.


Madison County Court

Felony cases bound over to district court

Lindsay Johnson, 35, Madison, charged with second-degree assault.

Trisha Gibbs, 40, Newman Grove, charged with first-degree arson, second-degree assault.

Holly Andersen, 22, 401 E. Braasch Ave., charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, child abuse.

Dylan White, 19, no address listed, charged with theft.

James McNatt II, 38, Madison, charged with assault while incarcerated.

Ellis Cournoyer, 39, 112 Jackson Ave., charged with possession of methamphetamine, refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Dominic Juarez, 18, 307 S. Third St., charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of ecstasy.

Logan Wegner, 18, Madison, charged with delivery of lysergic acid diethylamide to a person under 18 years old.

Zachary Harness, 20, Lincoln, charged with robbery, attempted robbery, two counts of use of a firearm to commit a felony.


Criminal case judgments

John Dieter, homeless, theft, 30 days in jail, costs.

Charlie Simians, Meadow Grove, fishing without a permit, $100, costs.

Hunter Halsey, 1503 Glenmore Drive, No. 3, possession of marijuana (less than 1 ounce), possession of drug paraphernalia, $400, costs.

Daniel Carstens, 2508 Westside Ave., possession of marijuana (less than 1 ounce), $300, costs.

Juan Gutierrez, Columbus, driving during revocation, $100, costs.

Robert Crane, Columbus, criminal mischief, $200, costs.

Guadalupe Lopez-Espino, attempted third-degree assault, 3 days in jail, $500, costs.

Jacob Herrmann, Norfolk, obstructing a police officer, criminal mischief, 90 days in jail with credit for 31 days served, costs.

Michael Figueroa, 101 E. Pasewalk Ave., driving under the influence, 10 days in jail with credit for 1 day served, $500, license revoked for 6 months, costs.

Pete Lundahl, Wayne, shoplifting, $300, costs.

Thomas Lurz, 1402 Riverside Blvd., No. 15, driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Mason King, 1702 E. Berry Hill Drive, driving under the influence (.15 grams or more), 2 days in jail with credit for 1 day served, $500, license revoked for 1 year, probation, costs.

Grant Buck, Albion, driving under the influence, minor misrepresenting age, $750, license revoked for 60 days, probation, costs.

Dillon Johnson, 2304 N. Eastwood St., No. 35, three counts of issuing a bad check, 35 days in jail with credit for 35 days served, $400, costs.

Rashid Perry, 301 S. 10th St., two counts of disturbing the peace, $500, costs.

Christopher Forney, driving under the influence, 1414 S. Third St., No. 10, 14 days in jail with credit for 1 day served, $500, license revoked for 6 months, costs.

Alfredo Morales, 2908 Dover Drive, false information, $400, costs.

Cory Smith, 905 Harrison Ave., attempted third-degree assault, $500, costs.

Justin Oliver, 402 S. Eighth St., driving under suspension, $100, costs.

Seth Brooks, homeless, third-degree assault, 75 days in jail, probation, costs.


Civil case judgments

Credit Management Services v. Audra Marr, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $420.54, interest, costs, fees.

National Account Systems of Omaha v. Michael Carrasco, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $6,034.20, costs.

Accounts Management v. Kathy Maughan, Meadow Grove, $2,432.45, costs.

Accredited Collection Service v. Thalay Paw, Madison, plaintiff awarded $5,068.12, costs.

ARL Credit Services v. Yoel Martinez, Norfolk, $1,522.32, interest, costs, fees.

LVNV Funding v. Mary Maddox, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $1,094.53, costs.

Absolute Resolutions Investments v. Tania Garcia Rangel, no address listed, plaintiff awarded, $2,463.31, costs.

LVNV Funding v. Leland Lynch, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $1,053.38, costs.

Credit Bureau Services v. Ashley Hutson, Christopher Hutson, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $654.60, interest, costs, fees.

Credit Bureau Services v. Jennifer Nichols; Barry Nichols, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $750, interest, costs, fees.

Credit Bureau Services v. Susie Vixcarrondo, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded costs.

Credit Bureau Services v. Justin Dvorak, Ghisella Dvorak, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $5,339.80, costs.

LVNV Funding v. Fred Lopez, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $852.23, costs.


Small claims

Leisure Lodge by Rhonda Hopkins, Norfolk, v. Christopher Ritter, Norfolk, plaintiff awarded $1,650, interest, costs.

ServiceMaster Clean, Norfolk, v. Dusten Gullickson, Norfolk, case dismissed.

Tim Smith, Stanton, v. Josh Thies, Norfolk, case dismissed.


City ordinance violations

David Weaver, Grove, Oklahoma, traffic signal violation, no proof of insurance, $75, costs.

Christian Lundgren, 713 S. Fourth St., failure to remove garbage, failure to provide adequate trash receptacles, $50, costs.

Derek Pedroza, 1910 S. First St., failure to yield, no proof of insurance, $125, costs.

Maria Del Ca Arreola Ramirez, 601 Verges Ave., No. 3, no license, no proof of insurance, $175, costs.


Speeding violations

Melissa Clinch, 83505 556 Ave., $75, costs. Bryan Hidalgo, 1301 Lodgeview Drive, $75, costs. Xacjare Rath, 1009 W. Madison Ave., $300, costs. Jose Arita Vasquez, Madison, $150, costs. Ian Dickie, 84853 556th Ave., failure to use turn signal, $50, costs.

Other citations

Cielo Arreguin, 1201 S. Fourth St., failure to use child passenger restraint, $25, costs. Amanda Imel, 111 N. Ninth St., no valid registration, $25, costs. Stephanie Perez, 115 N. 25th St., No. 1, traffic control signal violation, $75, costs. Armando Soto, 1109 S. First St., unlawful parking, $25, costs. Matthew Urbanec, Pender, traffic control signal violation, $75, costs.

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