The state of Indiana recently filed cases against the following people in Hancock County Circuit Court:
Donnie Groce, theft.
Jeremiah McReynolds, theft.
Timothy Bishop, child molesting.
Jason L. Miller, theft.
Nyrika Hopkins, dealing in a narcotic drug, maintaining a common nuisance.
Justin P. Alexander, possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of a syringe, possession of paraphernalia.
Elijah D. J. Williams, theft.
Aaron Ditchley, burglary, theft.
James L. Terry, domestic battery.
Jordan M. Wilson, criminal confinement, domestic battery, interference with the reporting of a crime.
The following civil actions also were recently filed:
LVNV Funding LLC v. Diana Fleming, civil collection.
LVNV Funding LLC v. Amber Clifft, civil collection.
LVNV Funding LLC v. Daniel DeVault, civil collection.
LVNV Funding LLC v. Tearsa Seeley, civil collection.
James Matthews, Linda Matthews v. Southern County Mutual Insurance Company, Luther H. Spangler, civil tort.
In the matter of the marriage of Tamera M. Bishop and Daniel E. Bishop, domestic relation.
In the matter of the marriage of Donna M. Overbeck and John E. Overbeck, domestic relation.
The Preserve at Sugar Creek Development LLC v. Phoenix Grading Inc., Henry F. Miller, civil plenary.
Forum Credit Union v. Kasey McElhiney, civil collection.
Credit Acceptance Corporation v. Frances Evans, civil collection.
Auto Trakk LLC d/b/a Lycoming Auto Trust v. Lisa Espino-Rangel, civil collection.
In the matter of the marriage of Mark A. Sneed and Denise E. Sneed, domestic relation.
Capital One Bank (USA) NA v. David Phillabaum, civil collection.
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC v. Scott Gordon, civil collection.
Lakeview v. Indigo Springs Homeowners Association Inc., David Garmon, mortgage foreclosure.
In the matter of the estate of Carole J. Davis, estate unsupervised.
In the matter of the marriage of Gerald A. Smith and Sharon L. Smith, domestic relation.
Synchrony Bank v. John Hunter, civil collection.
Synchrony Bank v. Greg Fullerton, civil collection.
Synchrony Bank v. Timothy Bobst, civil collection.
The Cincinnati Insurance Company as subrogee of Lauren Miller v. Heidi McElroy, civil tort.
In the matter of the marriage of Brian Mitford and Teresa Mitford, domestic relation.