District Court doings

2005-02-10T00:00:00Z District Court doings Casper Star-Tribune Online
February 10, 2005 12:00 am

Here is the activity in the Seventh District Court.

New Civil Cases Filed

Ralph D. Trussel Jr. v. Kelly R. Burke

Jane V. Sewell v. Shawn M. Perry

NC Dept. of Family Services and minor v. Melissa Sue Bell, termination of parental rights

Jerry Dana Woodward and Jamie Dawn Lowetz v. Judith M. Woodward and estate of Mack Woodward, conversion

Name from Kay Lynn Phillips to Kay Lynn Whiting, change of name

Lela M. Bach-Sabus v. Steven L. Sabus, divorce/annulment

Acklyn N. Cheatham v. Kelly Cheatham, divorce/annulment

Christina Atack v. Charles H. Atack, divorce/annulment

Deutsch Bank National Trust Co. v. Calvin L. Fenton and Nicole M. Fenton, real property

Name from James Douglas Griffin to James Douglas Turner, change of name

James C. Cobb v. Candi Ann Cobb, foreign support or custody

NC Dept, of Family Services and minor v. Marisol Lara Gamboa and Fernando Rangel, termination of parental rights

Wyoming DFS and minor v. Elisha Hampton, collections (child support)

Patricia R. Levitt v. Nicholis C. Lovelace

Wendy L. Burritt v. Wayne Hollingsworth, collections (child support)

Sherri Marie Dahlstedt v. Travis Dale Dahlstedt, divorce/annulment

Elizabeth O'Brian v. Darric O'Brian, divorce/annulment

Kevin Scott Walsh v. Amanda Lynn Walsh, divorce/annulment

Brown (Graham Brown LLC) v. Chetal Patel, Eaton Metal Products Co., and JBC Inc., real property

State of Iowa and minor v. Damian Carreras, civil

Risk Management Alternatives Inc. v. Chester L. Gatewood and Jessie Gatewood, collections

Schuler Custom Homes Construction Inc. v. Bloedorn Lumber Co., contract actions

Civil Judgments Granted

Patricia Lee Aguilar v. Valentino William Aguilar, family matters, judgment entered against defendant and in favor of state through August 2004; defendant has satisfied his obligation and there are no child support arrears owed to plaintiff

Rochelle L. Swanson v. Timothy R. Swanson, divorce/annulment, defendant to pay current child support per month; judgment entered against defendant and in favor of the plaintiff

Laurie Ann Clark and minor v. James F. Garriot, paternity or parental rights, petition filed Nov. 19, 2004 is to be granted; J. Garriott's current child support is to be modified; state awarded judgment against J Garriott and L. Clark awarded judgment against J. Garriott; a wage withholding is to be entered

Stuart Carter Holcomb v. Catherine Ann Holcomb, divorce/annulment, plaintiff awarded custody of minor with visitation to defendant; defendant to pay child support; plaintiff's child support obligation terminated Aug. 31, 2004 and defendant shall reimburse plaintiff amount he has overpaid

Loreena Mauri Cobb v. Richard Charles Cobb, divorce/annulment, judgment entered against defendant through November 2004, of which large amount is owed to plaintiff and smaller amount is owed to state

Betsy June Buslett v. Timothy Allen Buslett, divorce/annulment, child support obligation shall cease effective May 7, 2003

Robin D. Kroll v. Scott T. Kroll, divorce/annulment, defendant is in contempt for FTA and for failure to pay child support and is sentenced to 30 days in NCDC; said sentence suspended and defendant may purge said contempt by becoming current on his support obligation beginning Jan. 1, 2005; judgment entered against defendant

Thenda Lou Tomlinson v. Joseph Michael Tomlinson, divorce/annulment, judgment entered against defendant

Cortney Dawn Morrison v. Brian Brent Morrison, divorce/annulment, defendant to pay child support; judgment entered against defendant

Melissa Ann Gates v. Adam Eugene Gates, divorce/annulment, decree corrected to make visitation supervised

Wyoming DFS, minor and Sarai Ann Stine v. Joshua Mitchell Weinrich, establish child support, petitioner awarded sole custody of minor with visitation to respondent; respondent to pay child support per month

Michael Joseph Harmon v. Amy Lynn Harmon, judgment entered against plaintiff; registration of order from Oregon confirmed

Kim Marie Robirds v. Jay Donald Robirds, divorce/annulment, decree corrected to include plaintiff's name of Burkart restored

Citibank South Dakota v. Louis P. Mitchell, collections, matter is dismissed without prejudice

Robyn Murray v. Dallas R. Hasley, judgment entered against respondent

State of Iowa v. Justin Carreras and Damian Carreras, civil, respondent to pay current child support for minor per month; judgment entered against respondent and in favor of the state of Iowa

Wyoming DFS and minor v. Marty C. Colwell and Paula K. Wogan, paternity, C. Colwell is natural father of minor KW; state awarded judgment

Wyoming DFS and minor v. David Crashley and Kimberly Crashley, paternity, respondent-obliger is in contempt and is to serve 30 days in NCDC; sentence may be suspended and respondent-obliger may purge said contempt by paying current child support plus additional amount toward arrears; a wage withholding is to be entered

Wyoming DFS and minor v. Pat Gothard and Jo Marie Horkan, paternity, respondent-obligor is in contempt; respondent-obligor may purge said contempt by paying current child support; a wage withholding is to be entered

Angela Dawn Fankhauser and minor v. Brent Edmund Flower, paternity, respondent to pay child support within 150 days of entry of this order; of said amount, sum is to be paid withing 30 days and balance is to be paid within 120 days; respondent will have no further child support obligation after full payment

Wyoming DFS and minor v. Bridgette Michelle Moyte and James N. Fletcher III, paternity, J. Abeyta is to pay child support; B. Moyte is awarded custody of minor subject to visitation by J. Abeyta

Wyoming DFS and two minors v. Jennifer Ann Gallion and Derrick C. Norris, paternity, state awarded judgment against D. Norris; a wage withholding is entered; J. Gallion awarded custody of minor

Wyoming DFS and minor v. Desirae A. Martinez and Joseph L. Campbell, paternity, state awarded judgment against J. Campbell; a wage withholding is to be entered; D. Martinez awarded custody subject to visitation by J. Campbell

Wyoming DFS and minor v. Kristi J. Wilson and Kenneth J. Mayer, K. Wilson awarded judgment against K. Mayer; a wage withholding is to be entered; K Wilson awarded custody subject to visitation by K Mayer

New Civil Cases Filed

State v. Tommy Lynn Davis, State v. Ernesto D. Adams

Criminal Dismissals Granted

State v. Oleg S. Grabovskiy, appeal of the captioned matter is dismissed.

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