Superior Court 2 – January 5

The state of Indiana recently filed cases against the following people in Hancock County Superior Court 2:

Dec. 18

Jonathan A. Palma, transporting an illegal alien.

Micole A. Chatman, operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

Billy L. Harmon, operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

Michael M. Brinegar, stalking, aggressive driving.

Ronald F. Ford II, domestic battery, criminal confinement, interference with the reporting of a crime.

Dec. 19

John M. Davis Jr., driving while suspended, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Amanda M. Woodson, operating a motor vehicle without ever having received a license.

Samuel B. Child, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, improper display of license plate.

Shawn L. Saxton, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, failure of occupant to use safety belt.

Markieth D. Thompson, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Stephanie L. Jarrett, driving while suspended.

Tiffany M. Rose, battery against a public safety official, resisting law enforcement, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, driving while suspended, operating with expired plates, speeding.

Dec. 20

Kenneth L. Campbell, possession of a synthetic drug or lookalike substance.

Aaron L. Bertram, battery resulting in bodily injury.

Patricia L. Walters, domestic battery.

Brittany M. Green, possession of marijuana, improper or no tail or plate light.

Timothy R. Hall, theft.

Michael J. Bennett, residential entry break and enter, conversion.

Dec. 21

Nichole J. Moore, theft, possession of a controlled substance.

Amanda R. Brinson, theft, possession of a controlled substance.

Jesus Murillo, possession of a narcotic drug, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, unsafe lane movement on a road with three or more lanes.

Dec. 22

Bryan Mallette, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.

Eric J. Saylor, operating a vehicle after being a habitual traffic offender.

Joseph L. Mallette, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a narcotic drug, maintain a common nuisance — controlled substances, possession of marijuana.