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8A---August 2 I, 2003 Crawford County Associate Court Docket Following are the dispositions made in Crawford County Circuit Court, Aug. 12, 2003 regarding Civil Matters, Judge J. Kent Howald presiding. Civil Docket AJ Auto Inc. vs. Daniel Sanders. Passed to 9/9/03 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Henry O. Struemph vs. DOR. Passed to 8/19/03 at 9 a.m. for review. Fidelity Telephone vs. Bill and Terry Strosnider DBA. Passed to 9/9/03 at 9 a.m. for service or dismissal. Regional Credit Services vs. Russell & Marie Watring. Passed to 9/9/03 at 9 a.m. for service on 3rd party defendant. Carol and Edward Carr vs. Timothy N. Salamone. Passed to 9/2/03 at 9 a.m. for service. Midland Credit Management vs. Deanna House. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service or dismissal. Ford Motor Credit vs. Patrick T. Ayres & Lisa M. Ayres. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for defen- dant Patrick Ayres to have an attorney. Progress Bank of Mo. vs. D & L Auto Sales, Inc. et al. Case set for trial to the court on 11/25/03 at 10 a.m. Household Bank vs. Ferne C. Stites. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for setting. Platinum Financial Services Corp. vs. David Helmering. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for serv- ice. PRA III LLC vs. Diahann M. Farris FKA. Dismissed by court. Capital One vs. Sammy D. Lawson. Dismissed by court. Platinum Financial Services vs. John Anderson, Jr. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service or dismissal. Capital One vs. Deanna M. Christensen. Default judgment entered. Leon and Donna Dickens vs. Bryan and Julie Sanders. Passed to 8/19/03 at 9 a.m. for hearing. Platinum Financial Services vs. Stacy Welch- Kunz. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. Progress Bank of Missouri vs. Doug Garner. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service. Citibank vs. Vernon J. Graven. Dismissed by court. Progress Bank vs. Milliard Benny Frazier. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for settlement. United Guaranty Insurance vs. Kimberly A. Wall. Dismissed by court. Platinum Financial Services vs. Bonnilyn R. Bond. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for hearing or dismissal. Platinum Financial Services vs. Deward L. Gray. Default judgment entered. Ford Motor Credit vs. Jody J. Biere. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service or dismiss. Discover Financial Services vs. Toni Rae Lewton et al. Dismissed by plaintiff. Platinum Financial Services vs. Leonard L. Munton. Default judgment entered. ," Platinum Financial Services vs-lber E. Rice. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service. Progress Bank of Missouri vs. Jane Cape. Set for trial to the court on 11/25/03 at 10 a.m. In the matter of: Melissa Nichole Zieres. Case set for trial to the court on 9/30/03 at 10 a.m. Berlin-Wheeler vs. Stacey Duty. Passed to 9/9/03 at 9 a.m. for hearing or dismissal. Berlin Wheeler vs. Mariateres and Pablo Cano. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for hearing or dismissal. In the matter of: Karla Lynn Martin name change. Cause passed generally. Linus R. Reth vs. DOR. Case set for trial to the court on 9/12/03 at 11 a.m. Progress Bank vs. Christopher Newcom and Dennis Newcom. Default judgment to be entered. John C. Bost vs. DOR. Case set for hearing on 9/22/03 at 1 p.m. Capital One Bank vs. James Zupnik. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service or dismissal. Sears, Roebuck and Co. vs. Sylvia Thompson. Default judgment entered. Capital One Bank vs. Berry A. Butts. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Capital One Bank vs. Tom M. Plummer. Default judgment entered. Midland Credit Management vs. Laurie A. CraR. Default judgment entered. Platinum Financial Services Corp. vs. Gerald D. Staley. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service. Capital One vs. Tony N. Roberts. Default judgment entered. Capital One Bank vs. Natalie Jarvis. Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service. Capital One Bank vs. James D. Wilken. Default judgment entered. Capital One Bank vs. Linda S. Graft Passed to 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for announcement. Capital One Bank vs. Angela A. Banks. Passed 9/16/03 at 9 a.m. for service. Capital One Bank vs. Anthony J. and Becky Parry. Default judgment entered. Stanley Cain vs. Sherry Smith. Hearing held. Judgment for plaintiff entered. National Debt Solutions vs. Cecil and Sylvia Thompson. Platinum Financial Services vs. Lisa Bryant. Case set for trial to the court on 9/16/03 at 10 a.m. Progress Bank vs. Kenneth A. and Lisa K. Hopwood AKA. Case set for trial to the court on 9/22/03 at 9:30 a.m. Production Tool vs. Consultant Engineering et al. Passed to 10/7/03 at 10 a.m. for hearing or dismissal. Crawford County Sheriff's Incident Report July 10-Deputy Grissom investigated the thelt of a Kawasaki four wheeler from a business north of Cuba. A Kawasaki 300 Prairie was taken during the night of July 9 while it was parked on a concrete patio with thekeys in the ignition. July 11-Deputy Grissom investigated a break in at a Sullivan area business. The suspects cut a hole through a back fence and they gained entry into the back lot of the business. A work vehicle was dam- aged by the suspects. No prop- erty was reported stolen at this time. July 11-Depu'ty Harlan was dispatched to an alarm sounding call at approxi- mately 1 a.m. at a business, east of Bourbon. Upon arrival it was deter- mined that someone had gained entry to the premises by forcing a rear gate. The suspect(s) then entered some storagebuilding and trucks. It appears the sus- pect(s) went through the build- ings and vehicles, however nothing was reported to be missing. They then attempted entry to the main building by prying on a side door at which time they activated the alarm system and apparently fled the scene. Some possible Suspects were identified and the investigation is continu- ing. July l-Deputy Moreland took a report of defrauding secured creditors in the Bour- bon area. A local bank stated that a former client had mortgaged seven vehicles on a loan, but sold five of the vehicles which included three passenger cars and two pickup trucks when he could not pay back his loan. According to Missouri State Law, this is a Class D Felony and charges are being sought against the subject. July 16-Deputy Walka re- sponded to a domestic assault in Leasburg. Deputy Walka arrived and met the reporting party who stated the following. She had a verbal argument with her husband and she left and went to her mother's resi- dence to get away from her husband. Her husband showed up with his brother at the mother-in-law's residence and demanded that his wife give him the children. A female that was there tried to stop him from coming into the residence and was assaulted by him and he also assaulted his wife. A door was damaged from the male kicking it in to get inside the residence. The two males were located a short time later and were placed under arrest for domestic assault, property damage and tres- passing and was transported to the Crawford County Jail for 20 hour hold pending war- rants. The male subjects were Paul Orton and his brother Michael Orton. July 17-Deputy Sherman took a report of domestic dis- turbance at a residence on Valleyside Road. The victim reported that her son was arguing with another one of her sons and appar- ently had made the threat to kill everyone inside the resi- dence. Upon speaking with the suspect, he denied ever say- ing anything like that and did state that they had been arguing. Johnny E. Thomas was ar- rested for domestic distur- bance 3rd degree. July 18-Deputy Moreland and Chief Deputy Walls re- sponded to a suicide attempt in the Leasburg area. The reporting party stated that he found his son lying i n his front yard barely con- scious. The subject had apparently taken an unknown quantity of APAP/Codeine and was unconscious when officers arrived. The subject awak- ened when he was examined by ambulance personnel and stated that he no longer had a reason to live. He was trans- ported to a hospital in Rolla for treatment. July 18-Deputy Moreland took a report of a civil matter at a campground in the Steelville area. An employee of the camp- ground stated that a group of about 20 people had made res- ervations to stay at the camp- ground and take a float trip, but when the group arrived, they decided that they did not like the accommodations at the campground, then left without paying. The campground employee stated that the person who made the reservations was supposed to cancel no later than two days prior to their arrival date and the reserva- tions would be charged to her credit card anyway. The campground wished to file a report on the incident, even though it has been clas- sified as a civil matter. July 19-Deputy Moreland took a report of first degree property damage and misde- meanor stealing in the Cuba area. The victim stated that she had parked her dark blue 2001 Oldsmobile Alero at her residence at about 2:30 a.m. that morning and when she awoke at about 7 a.m. she dis- covered that a white substance that appeared to be shoe polish had been smeared over the exterior of the car. The victim also discovered that a substance which smelled like bleach had been poured on the interior of the car, discoloring it. The Alero's gas tank cap was also discovered to be loose and there was a small pile of a white grainy sub- stance appearing to be sugar on the ground near the car. Further damage was done to the car by flattening all four tires. The victim's make-up bag, valued at $150 was also stolen from inside the Alero. There are no sus- pects at this time and the in- vestigation is continuing. The CubaFree Press/ __ Crawford County SheriWs Incident Re July 19-Deputy Moreland took a report of animal ne- glect and property damage i n the Steeille area. The victim stated that ear- lier that morning she saw two of her neighbor's Akita dogs trying to enter her chicken coup. The victim also stated that the neighbor's dogs killed four of her geese, valued at $7 each on July 13. She wishes to press charges on her neighbor for animal neglect and property damage. A report has been forwarded to the prosecuting attorney's office for review. July 19-Deputies Grissom and Moreland responded to a local campground for a do- mestic disturbance and as- sault. A step-father had assaulted his step-daughter while on a float trip. The step-father was arrested for the assault. July 19-Deputy Grissom investigated a burglary and theft at a ]ocal campground. 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