District Court

2008-10-23T00:00:00Z District Court Casper Star-Tribune Online
October 23, 2008 12:00 am

Here is the activity in the Seventh District Court.

New Civil Cases Filed

*Wayne Coleman Construction Inc. v. SDWYO LLC and Bank of Wyoming, contract actions

*Amber Lynne Trimble v. Warren Antonio Trimble, divorce/annulment

*Waifa Eid v. Brownmiller Leasing & Transportation Inc., Thomas M. Dalton, Erica Annunziato and Vanguard Car Rental USA Inc., auto tort

*Karma Johnson v. Steven Johnson, divorce/annulment

*Katrina M. Wight v. Stephen T. Wight, divorce/annulment

*Dana Fitzherbert v. Allyn Fitzherbert, UIFSA

Civil Judgments Granted

*Colorado Jefferson Co. Department of Social Services, one minor and Christine J. Arellano v. Claude Raymond Patton, UIFSA, child support modified as set forth in order

*Veneta Celeste Rathbun v. Chris Theron Rathbun, divorce/annulment, child custody is awarded to defendant as set forth in order

*San Joaquin County v. Timothy J. Gilbert, UIFSA, registration of order confirmed, respondent to pay child support, updated cumulative judgment entered against respondent

*NCO Financial Systems Inc. v. Shaun Robert Gustafson and Hattie May Gustafson, collections, plaintiff awarded judgment against defendants

*Dana Fitzherbert v. Allyn Fitzherbert, UIFSA, judgment entered against defendant

*Wyoming DFS and one minor v. Daniel D. Boettcher and Jenny Blazek, family matters, petition for modification filed 5/29/08 granted

*Wyoming DFS and three minors v. Korina Renee Urban and Robert Paul Eshelman, paternity, judgment granted

Criminal Judgments Granted

*Wyoming v. David Adam Stanley, dismissed: defendant granted discharge from probation

*Wyoming v. Brett Dee Weckwerth, WSP 2-3 years, credit for 295 days

*Wyoming v. Stephie Ann Cestnik, 3 years supervised probation

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