Superior Court 1 – February 4

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

Oct. 26

Sarah Stump, Christopher Stump v. Douglas Ison, civil tort.

In the matter of the marriage of Linda M. Harrison and James V. Harrison, domestic relation.

In the matter of the marriage of Joseph S. Smith and Chantelle D. Smith, domestic relation.

Indigo Springs HOA v. Jenny Low, civil plenary.

Oct. 27

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. David Reece, civil collection.

Colonial National Mortgage v. Victoria E. Guy, State of Indiana Attorney General, mortgage foreclosure.

Oct. 28

Med – 1 Solution Inc. v. Stephanie Gustin, civil collection.

Med – 1 Solution Inc. v. Michael Gilmore, civil collection.

Med – 1 Solution Inc. v. Brenda Bozarth, civil collection.

Med – 1 Solution Inc. v. Rebecca Tapp, civil collection.

Ditech Financial LLC v. Tim Prigg, Sweetwater Farms Homeowners Association Inc., Med Shields Inc. for Indiana Surgery Center East, mortgage foreclosure.

Oct. 29

Forum Credit Union v. Dylan Towne, civil collection.

Capital One Bank v. Lindsay Carter, civil collection.

N. Alan Hammons v. Daniel Poske, Ryan Poske, civil collection.

Capital One Bank (USA) NA v. Joni Varboncoeur, civil collection.

In the matter of the marriage of Julie Spurgeon and Don Spurgeon, domestic relation.

In the matter of the marriage of Jennifer R. Dotson and Daniel E. Dotson, domestic relation.

The state of Indiana v. James Fields, fraud, theft, refusal to identify self, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Samuel G. Schulz, resisting law enforcement with a deadly weapon, felony.

Oct. 30

Robert Ferryman v. Amanda Pulis, civil collection.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. John Chamberlain, civil collection.

Calvary SPV I LLC v. Phillip Gray, civil collection.

Calvary v. Kelli Sanborn, civil collection.

The state of Indiana v. Deandre D. Dixon, robbery resulting in bodily injury, robbery taking property by force or threat of force, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Rahman A. Glasco, robbery resulting in bodily injury, robbery taking property by force or threat of force, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Rakim J. Coleman, robbery resulting in bodily injury, robbery taking property by force or threat of force, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Darrell J. Robinson, auto theft, felony.

The state of Indiana v. Amanda N. Sleek, possession of a legend drug prescription or order, possession of a narcotic drug, possession of paraphernalia, felony.