Seventh District Court

2010-11-06T00:00:00Z Seventh District Court Casper Star-Tribune Online
November 06, 2010 12:00 am

New Civil Cases Filed

*FIA Card Services NA v. Susan R. Hubbard, collections

*Collection Center v. Kris Garnica, collections

*Collection Center v. Labin Joseph Siplon, collections

*Credit Acceptance v. Jason Mares, collections

*American Express Bank FSB v. Janice Turner, collections

*Gordon Enier Nordyke v. Janie A. Bates, divorce/annulment

*Debra L. Cubilla v. Narcisco Cubilla Quintero, divorce/annulment

*City of Casper v. Kenneth D. Gaskel Jr., contract actions

*Tracy S. Taylor v. Christopher A. Taylor, divorce/annulment

*RPM Electrical & Consulting LLC v. Williams Electric & Instrumentation Inc., contract actions

*Wyoming DFS, one minor and Nicole J. Gunyan v. Bruce L. Brooker, child support

*Wyoming DFS, one minor and Heather M. Smith v. Randall A. Gantt, child support

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Walter E. Dacus, child support

*Wyoming DFS, one minor and Lori A. Carson v. Michael J. Underwood, child support

*Wesley Alan Hudson v. Wyoming Department of Transportation, judicial review (2 cases)

*Danelle Catherine Steele v. Free K. Gatto, divorce/annulment

*Diana Vawn Laughon v. Brent Wallace Laughon, divorce/annulment

*Capital One Bank v. Delores A. Vercimak, collections

*Capital One Bank v. Leigh Gamble, collections

*Collection Center v. Hannah E. Warner, collections

*Natrona County DFS and three minors v. Nathaniel James Mahoney, termination of parental rights

*Tawnya J. See v. James A. See, divorce/annulment

*Nevada Welfare Division of Department of Human Resources and Amy Bodam v. Dustin J. Bishop, UIFSA

Civil Dismissals Granted

*Justine Hickerson v. Chelsea R. Leimback, matter is dismissed

*Wyoming DFS, one minor and Sarah M. Cureton v. Jordan G. Knox, matter is dismissed

*Capital One Bank v. Linda Lynch, matter is dismissed

*Tanganyka Juanita Whiting v. Chauncey G. Swain, matter is dismissed

*Collection Center v. Shannon L. Tech, matter is dismissed

*Cach LLC v. Michael W. Barnes, matter is dismissed

*Collection Center v. Daniel Ray Smith and Felciala Smith, matter is dismissed

*Collection Center v. Mathew C. Strand, matter is dismissed

Civil Judgments Granted

*Kimberly Dawn Crashley v. David Lee Crashley, divorce/annulment, updated cumulative judgment entered against defendant

*Kathryn M. Overby v. Sandy Kevin Overby, divorce/annulment, updated cumulative judgment entered against defendant

*Ginger Gail Nelson v. Kenneth J. Hart, UIFSA, updated cumulative judgment entered against respondent

*Nationwide Insurance Co. v. James Putnam, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Rocky Mountain Recovery Inc. v. Emmylyn Page Wolcott, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Janice Allene Rustin v. Kenneth D. Wolcott, UIFSA, registration of order confirmed, respondent to pay child support, updated cumulative judgment entered against respondent

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Lindsey M. Randolph, child support, respondent to pay temporary child support, judgment entered against respondent

*Wyoming DFS, two minors and Saphire M. Rule v. Marcus J. Cline, child support, respondent to pay child support, judgment entered against respondent

*Wyoming v. Richard L. Vasquez, regarding US currency totaling $2327 and seven firearms, attachment/replevin/seizure, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Collection Center v. Jenielle Rojea Lambrecht, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Collection Center v. Jeffrey P. Charron, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Jamie Ray Tille v. Jesse Marie Tille, divorce/annulment, defendant awarded temporary custody, plaintiff to pay temporary child support

*Collection Center v. Jeffery Myron Paul, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*DSC Realty LLC, Curtis M. Weston and Curtis M. Weston Living Trust, Sunshine Enterprises Inc., Noland Feed Inc., and Ice Factory Adventures LLC v. J. M. Carey & Brother Inc., Robert D. Carey, Louise Carey Bon, John A. Brewster, William C. Brewster, Charles D. Carey III, Ellison M. Carey, Elizabeth B. Carey, Walter C. Weber Jr., Walter C. Weber Sr. Testamentary Trust, James E. McCormick III, Pamela McCormick, Blecksmith Estate and Ann C. McCormick, real property, plaintiff's motion for summary judgment granted, defendant's as well as all heirs, successors have no right, title or interest, lots listed are declared null and void

*Arrow Financial Services LLC v. Susan S. Carlton, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendant

*Bonnie Briggs and one minor v. Casey Peterson, child custody, plaintiff awarded custody, visitation granted, defendant to pay child support

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Michael J. Boykin and Elizabeth Restad, paternity, respondent to pay modified child support, judgment entered against respondent

New Criminal Cases Filed

*Wyoming v. Jeremiah Reyes

*Wyoming v. James Willard Bryan

*Wyoming v. James Dewayne Darrah

Criminal Judgments Granted

*Wyoming v. Jeffery Lee Carter, mandate affirming judgment

*Wyoming v. Samuel Eugene McGehee, WSP/WMCI 10-15 years count 1, 2-4 years count 2

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