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New civil cases

  • Erin Elizabeth Jackson Ries v. Bradley Allen Ries, divorce with children
  • Jennifer Kaye Baros v. Steven Timothy Baros, divorce with children
  • Kimberly Kay Hershman v. Joel David Hershman, judicial separation
  • Willie Dupree Chavez v. Crystal Jean Chavez, custody and parental visitation
  • Hunter Allen Delano v. Rashan Alysse Delano, divorce no children
  • Barbara Geelan v. Joan Hepner, personal injury or wrongful death vehicular
  • Jaimie Ann Swift v. Austin Ronney Swift, divorce with children

Civil disposition

  • Fatma Nalan Neeland v. William Lee Neeland Jr., judgment
  • Tommy Joe Ellis v. Jessica Elizabeth Ellis, judgment
  • Sheila Valorea Christy v. Marshall Loren Christy, judgment
  • Kimberly H. Heid v. Allan C. Landess, judgment
  • DFS v. Timika Shante Wallace, judgment (2 cases)
  • New criminal cases
  • William Gene Allen, fail to register as sex offender 1st offense
  • William Gene Allen, attempt & conspire felony, manufacture or deliver meth or narcotic controlled substance (times 2), possess controlled substance, plant, 3 ounces or less
  • Moises Sanchez, aggravated assault & battery, aggravated assault & battery with deadly weapon, domestic battery 3rd or subsequent offense within 10 years
  • Jesse Myles Smith, possess controlled substance, powder or crystal, 3 grams or less 3rd plus offense, aggravated burglary deadly weapon
  • Danney Lee Pollock, burglary, theft deprive $1,000 or more or firearm/livestock regardless of value
  • Allyson Jaimee Pino, child where meth stored, ingested or possessed, possess controlled substance, powder or crystal, 3 grams or less
  • Jackie Lee Carabajal, aggravated assault & battery pregnant woman, domestic battery 2nd offense within 5 years, interfere with police officer
  • Jackie Lee Carabajal, unlawful entry into occupied structure and commit battery or domestic battery, domestic battery 2nd offense within 5 years, theft use or dispose under $1,000

Criminal case disposition

  • Angelo S. Reynolds, theft $1,000 or more, guilty; property destruction $1,000 or more, dismissed
  • Jerri Lynn Hill, aggravated assault & battery pregnant woman, guilty
  • Jaquez Willie Howard, aggravated assault deadly weapon, dismissed; burglary, guilty; criminal trespass, dismissed
  • Jessica Marts, attempt & conspire felony, guilty
  • Anna Otterholt, possess controlled narcotic substance, guilty; possess controlled substance, plant, 3 ounces or less, guilty
  • Spirit Lee Carlson, child where meth stored, ingested or possessed, guilty; possess controlled substance, powder or crystal, 3 grams or less, guilty
  • Grant Phillip Bauer, possess controlled substance, powder or crystal, 3 grams or less, 3rd plus offense, guilty; possess controlled substance, plant, 3 ounces or less, 3rd plus offense, guilty
  • Spirit Lee Carlson, possess controlled narcotic substance, guilty; possess controlled substance, powder or crystal, 3 grams or less, 3rd plus offense, dismissed; take controlled substance or liquor into jail, dismissed
  • Michael Anthony Odom, theft $1,000 or more, guilty; aggravated flee or attempt to elude police, prior conviction for flee or elude, dismissed; property destruction $1,000 or more (times 2), dismissed times 1, guilty times 1; interfere with peace officer, dismissed; burglary (times4), guilty times 2, dismissed times 2; leave scene of accident damage to attended vehicle or property, guilty; DUI alcohol 1st offense within 10 years, dismissed
  • Peter Gatza, child abuse responsible for welfare physical injury, guilty
  • Michelle Kaye Reynolds, manufacture or deliver meth or narcotic controlled substance, guilty; possess controlled narcotic substance, dismissed
  • Yonathan Bernardino Islas, attempt & conspire felony (times 3), dismissed times 1, guilty times 2; possess controlled narcotic substance, dismissed; possess controlled substance, powder or crystal, 3 grams or less, dismissed.
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Sally Ann Shurmur arrived at the Star-Tribune to cover sports two weeks after graduating from the University of Wyoming and now serves as community news editor. She was raised in Laramie and is a passionate fan of Cowboys football, food and family.

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