Circuit Court – July 27

The state of Indiana recently filed cases against the following people in Hancock County Circuit Court:

July 3

William M. Scott, nonsupport of a dependent child.

July 5

Nicholas B. Wagoner, corrupt business influence, dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance.

Ian O. Glass, corrupt business influence, dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance.

Landon B. Merkley, corrupt business influence, dealing in a narcotic drug, dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance, possession of a narcotic drug, possession of a controlled substance.

Erin Griffith, dealing in a narcotic drug, possession of a narcotic drug.

Cody D. Clark, dealing in a narcotic drug, corrupt business influence, possession of a narcotic drug.

Tamela Cooper, corrupt business influence, dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance.

Skylar Gary, corrupt business influence, dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance.

Kristina Fogle, corrupt business influence, dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance.

July 6

Kevin Marshall, possession of methamphetamine, maintaining a common nuisance.

The following civil actions were recently filed in Hancock County Circuit Court:

July 3

Robert A. Ferryman v. Carrie Sharp, civil collection.

In the matter of the guardianship of Johnathan S. Scism, guardianship.

July 6

Eric Horning v. Aaron Yates, civil collection.

Royland G. Moore v. Cindy Spearow-Booth, civil collection, eviction.

Village Apartments of Fortville II v. William Hipp, civil collection.

July 7

Mark Elsbury v. Andy Ridenour, unknown occupant(s), civil collection.

Embrace Home Loans Inc. v. Jay C. Eversole, Stacy L. Eversole, mortgage foreclosure.

Long Willoughby, Kimberly Willoughby-Archer v. Anthem Insurance Companies Inc. d/b/a Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, civil plenary.

Robert Wulf v. James Cherry, Susan Cherry, civil plenary.