Madison County Clerk's Office

Marriage licenses:

Austin Ray Freudenburg, 30, to Kylie Ann Pelster, 29; Jeffery Willis Beck, 33, to Alexya Renee Christ, 37; Taylor Jesse Doyle Bonsall, 26, to Amber Marie Wachholtz, 25; Benjamin Gregory Benton, 43, to Trisha Sue Thompson, 39; Nolin Louis Johnson, 28, to Rebecca Lynn Higby, 31; Kewende Antoine Ben David Nanga, 28, to Shania Marie Reeves, 23; Roger Wade Olson, 46, to Erin Dawn Mayo, 45.


Madison County District Court

Arraignments

Charles Perman, 51, St. Joseph, Missouri, pleaded not guilty to delivery of methamphetamine, delivery of marijuana.

Michelle Beltz, 32, Hadar, pleaded not guilty to possession of methamphetamine.

Christina Benson, 31, 311 N. Cottonwood, pleaded not guilty to three counts of first-degree forgery, three counts of possession of forged instruments, possession of methamphetamine.

Steven Holeton, 44, 412 S. Sixth St., No. A, pleaded not guilty to strangulation.

Jake Madrigal, 24, no address listed, pleaded not guilty to delivery of methamphetamine.

Tiffany Brandy, 22, 311 N. 12th St., No. 215, defendant stood mute on failure to appear.

Martin Santiago Jr., 22, no address listed, pleaded not guilty to criminal impersonation.


Criminal case judgments

Gilbert Sully III, 31, no address listed, shoplifting — third offense, 18 months in the Nebraska Department of Corrections, costs.

Steve J. Simonson, 47, Norfolk, possession of burglar's tools, false reporting, 15 months of probation, 60 days in jail with credit for 20 days served to be served before the end of probation unless waived, costs.

Tate T. Pirnie, 25, 215 N. Ninth St., third-degree sexual assault of a child, child abuse, six years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 445 days served, one year of post-release supervision, lifetime registration on sex offender registry costs.

Tia J. Svoboda, 39, Grand Island, possession of methamphetamine, 18 months of SSAS probation, 90 days in jail with credit for 104 days served.

Caleb C. Henry, 28, 331 N. Eighth St., two counts of third-degree assault, 18 months of probation, 90 days in jail with credit for two days served with 16 days to be served on weekends immediately and the balance to be served before the end of probation unless waived, firearms ordered to be destroyed, costs.

Kaitlin C. Chmura, 19, Wayne, theft by deception, 12 months of probation, 30 days in jail to be served before the end of probation unless waived, $2,851.14 in restitution, costs.

Linda J. Serr, 30, Hastings, probation violation on prior charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of hydrocodone, probation continued with 90 days added.

Justin L. Dewitt, 34, 410 Omaha Ave., attempted possession of methamphetamine, false reporting, carrying a concealed weapon, 12 months of probation, 60 days in jail to be served before the end of probation unless waived, with credit for five days served, costs.

Jennifer M. Schmidt, 41, Columbus, delivery of methamphetamine, attempted deliver of methamphetamine, 4-6 years in the Nebraska Department of Corrections with credit for 18 days served, costs.

MacKenzie J. Baumann, 30, Pierce, probation violation on prior charge of driving under the influence — third offense, 34 days in jail with credit for one day served.


Madison County Court

Felony cases bound over to district court

Elton Brown, 25, Stanton, charged with enticement by electronic device, possession of child pornography.

Gregory McFadden, 43, no address listed, charged with failure to appear.

Jessica Roland, 32, no address listed, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Timothy Roland, 29, no address listed, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

Terri Bossom, 62, Springfield, Missouri, charged with abuse of a vulnerable adult, theft by unlawful taking.

Ayrricca Frisch, 22, 313 N. 12th St., No. 304, charged with delivery of marijuana, child abuse.


Criminal case judgments

Crystal Legate, 44, 1205 W. Phillip Ave., possession of drug paraphernalia, $100 fine, costs.

Brian Mehlhaf, Parkston, South Dakota, fail to have or carry fuel permit, $100 fine, costs.

Jorge Luis Funes-Hernandez, 40, 306 S. Eighth St., no operator's license, $75 fine, costs.

Lisa Hernandez, 40, 609 S. First St., No. 1, driving under suspension, $200 fine, costs.

Martin Larios-Ramos, 24, 1309 Taylor Ave., possession of marijuana, $300 fine, costs.

Gregory McFadden, 43, Leigh, unauthorized use of a financial transaction device, 10 days in jail with credit for eight days served, $472.74 in restitution, costs.

Wae Htoo, 43, Madison, drive without ignition interlock, $500 fine, costs.

Damen Barg, 21, 510½ S. First St., driving under suspension, $100 fine, costs.

Jose Ramos-Velasquez, 38, Lincoln, driving under suspension, $200 fine, costs.

Nedy Guerra Cardenas, 47, Madison, speeding, $200 fine, costs.

Eddy Santos, 38, Newman Grove, driving under suspension, $200 fine, costs.

Brandi Scott, 30, 3406 Koenigstein Ave., No. 20, shoplifting, $200 fine, costs.

Isaiah Francis, 21, 921 S. 15th St., failure to appear, $200 fine, costs.

Brock Booker, 30, Omaha, attempted possession of cocaine, 30 days in jail, costs.

Benjamin Aufdembrink, 23, 1204 E. Sycamore Ave., driving under the influence, $500 fine, six months of probation, license revoked for 60 days, costs.

Trisha Grevson, 40, 901 Syracuse Ave., No. 57, driving under suspension, $100 fine, costs.

Kaylee Rawlings, 28, homeless, shoplifting, 10 days in the Nebraska Department of Corrections, costs.

Lamarea Edwards, 21, 204½ S. 10th St., driving under suspension, $100 fine, costs.

Todd Nelsen, 41, Emerson, driving under the influence (.15 grams or more), $500 fine, two days in jail with credit for one day served, nine months of probation, license revoked for one year, costs.

Ashley Conklin, 32, Columbus, possession of marijuana, $300 fine, costs.

Danny Rothchild, 48, 203 N. Cottonwood St., criminal mischief, $150 fine, $745 in restitution, costs.


Civil case judgments

General Collection Co. v. Michael Bonham, 103 Kimberly Way, plaintiff awarded $2,710.66, interest, costs.

Discover Bank v. Joshua Cole, 2503 W. Madison Ave., plaintiff awarded $6,669.82, interest, costs.

Jefferson Capital Systems v. Trish Wood, 313 W. Prairie Ave., plaintiff awarded $739.30, interest, costs.

Midland Funding v. John Ellis, 1208 W. Norfolk Ave., plaintiff awarded $630.43, interest, costs.

MSCB v. Timothy Reeves, Madison, plaintiff awarded $233.57, interest, fees, costs.

Credit Bureau Services v. Rachel and Jason Willard, 600 E. Klug Ave., plaintiff awarded $418.51, interest, fees, costs.

ARL Credit Services v. Blake Buchanan, 2663 Parkhill Drive, plaintiff awarded $2,180.06, interest, fees, costs.

MSCB v. Jose Rosas, Newman Grove, plaintiff awarded $214.95, interest, fees, costs.

MSCB v. Lisa Sommer, Madison, plaintiff awarded $830, interest, fees, costs.

LVNV Funding v. Kay Eierman, 2006 S. Second St., Apt. A, plaintiff awarded $2,714.82, interest, costs.

Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. v. Richard Brachle, Stanton, plaintiff awarded $27,351.40, interest, costs.

Capital One Bank v. Robert Ellenberger, Madison, plaintiff awarded $2,510.43, costs.

Credit Bureau Services v. Kim and Mary Carlson, 1201 Isabelle Circle, Apt. 2, plaintiff awarded $83.37, costs.

National Account Systems of Omaha v. Cynthia Rath, Tilden, plaintiff awarded $2,172.63, interest, fees, costs.

ARL Credit Services v. James Forney, 826 S. Seventh St., plaintiff awarded $2,217, interest, fees, costs.

ARL Credit Services v. Veronica Rogel, Madison, plaintiff awarded $338.61, interest, fees, costs.

Credit Bureau Services v. Katelyn Paustian, 104½ S. Ninth St., plaintiff awarded $286.94, interest, fees, costs.


City ordinance violations

Kammillia Andrade, Bancroft, failure to return library materials, costs.

Seth Kment, 503 Hastings Ave., failure to pay acceptance of delivery fee, $10 fine, costs.


Speeding violations

Elyssia Ochoa, Lincoln, $200 fine, costs; Adriana Pinkston, 1209 W. Prospect Ave., $25 fine, costs; Arthur Frewing, Columbus, $25 fine, costs; Naseef Azan, 1709 Troon St., $75 fine, costs; Ka Htoo, Madison, $75 fine, costs; Jonathan Morton, Allen, $25 fine, costs; Jorge Cabrera Echzabal, 902 S. 16th St., Apt. 4, $75 fine, costs;

Rachel Johnson, 214 S. 15th St., $25 fine, costs; Shane Baumgardner, Bellevue, $25 fine, costs; Riley Luebe, Columbus, $25 fine, costs; Trevor Wylie, Pilger, $20 fine, costs; James Koenig, Clearwater, $25 fine, costs; Katie Morrow, O'Neill, $25 fine, costs; Vincent Sauser, Neligh, $25 fine, costs; Stephen Ford, O'Neill, $25 fine, costs;

Tionne Massman, Duncan, $25 fine, costs; Austin Dohmen, Elgin, $25 fine, costs; Trevor Lenton, Norfolk, $25 fine, costs; Adam Johnson, 1102 Pierce St., $75 fine, costs; Daniel McCaffrey, Norfolk, $75 fine, costs; Mikel Nyman, Meadow Grove, $25 fine, costs; Scott Sloan, Madison, $25 fine, costs.


Other citations

Sophie Milenkovich, Winside, failure to yield $25 fine, costs; Osmany Aguila Rodriguez, 107 Gold Strike Drive, No. 1, no registration, $25 fine, costs; John Peregoy, Coleridge, disobey traffic signal, $75 fine, costs; Dane Kruger, 1514 S. First St., overweight capacity plates, $125 fine, costs; Juan Mata Lopez, Wakefield, CMV — brake (general), $50 fine, costs;

Darrell Oliver, Wilber, CMV — brake (general), $50 fine, costs; Jorge Garcia, Pilger, no operator's license, $75 fine, costs; Neil Peterson, 306 S. Fifth St., no operator's license, $75 fine, costs; Daniel Carstens, 2508 Westside Ave., failure to yield, $25 fine, costs; Christopher Meyer, Elkhorn, no registration, $25 fine, costs;

Charles Scott, Winnetoon, no registration, $25 fine, costs; Blake O'Connor, Meadow Grove, no motorcycle operator's license, $75 fine, costs; Joseph McDaniel, 608 W. Bluff Ave., following too closely, $50 fine, costs; Mark Arias, 508 S. Seventh St., failure to yield, $25 fine, costs; Sara Saravia, 924 S. 14th St., no license on person, $25 fine, costs;

Francisco Lopez, 1205 S. Nebraska St., no operator's license, $75 fine, costs; Nelly Rodriguez, 2006 S. Second St., Apt. B, expired in-transits, $50 fine, costs; Delaney Hayes, 1121 McIntosh Road, No. 206, violated traffic signal, $75 fine, costs; Mery Lopez Orozco, 905 S. 13th Place, improper turn, no operator's license, $100 fine, costs;

Tyler Hubert, Clearwater, violated traffic signal, $75 fine, costs; David Sehi, 2704 W. Prospect Ave., excess windshield and/or window tinting, $25 fine, costs; Heather Veik, Elgin, no operator's license, $75 fine, costs; Nichole Evans, 2406 Hardison Drive, unsafe backing, $25 fine, costs.


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