Superior Court 1 – November 25

Hancock County Superior Court One

The following actions were filed recently in Hancock County Superior Court 1:

Sept. 21

Bluestone Apartments v. Tina Dowling, Julie Harmon, civil collection.

Lou Ann Miller v. Nancy Wooten, civil collection.

Wells Fargo Bank NA v. Lisa M. Archer, Copeland Farms Community Assoc. Inc., mortgage foreclosure.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Wilburn D. Cornett Jr., Tina M. Cornett, mortgage foreclosure.

Sept. 22

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Phillip Brown, civil collection.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Stephen Rodgers, civil collection.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Ronald Gebhart, civil collection.

In the matter of the marriage of Natalie E. Helms and Joshua A. Helms, domestic relation.

In the matter of the marriage of Karissa N. Wise and Wesley B. Wise, domestic relation.

US Bank National Association v. Shawn A. Stacy, Victoria J. Townsend, Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority, et. al., mortgage foreclosure.

In the matter of the estate of June M. Brune, estate unsupervised.

The state of Indiana v. Jennifer R. Richardson, prisoner possessing danger device or material, possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia, felony.

Sept. 23

Thomas Allen v. James Mitchell, Cheyenne Mitchell, civil collection.

In the matter of the name change of Elijah C. Wildman, miscellaneous civil.

Sept. 24

Daryl J. Stephens Jr. v. Scott Wadell, Hancock County Prosecutor, miscellaneous civil.

In the matter of the estate of Thomas Bayer, estate unsupervised.

The state of Indiana v. Michael N. Moore, burglary, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Deandre J. Lander, burglary, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Carlisa S. Travis, burglary, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Carl W. Alexander, failure to return to lawful detention, felony.

Sept. 25

Midland Funding LLC as successor in interest to Citibank NA as issuer of the HOM v. Alan Blanchard, civil collection.

The state of Indiana v. Andrew J. Counceller, theft, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Aaron N. Williams, fraud, theft, felony.