Civil Docket

Lou Ann Wannemacher, Paulding vs Kenneth C. Boyd Jr, Latty, Stacy L. Boyd, Latty, State of Ohio Department of Taxation, Columbus. Foreclosure of real property taxes.

First Federal Bank of the Midwest, Defiance vs. Chad D. Mullen, Oakwood, Heather R. Mullen, Oakwood, First Federal Bank of the Midwest, Defiance, Treasurer of Paulding County, Paulding. Foreclosures.

In the matter of Michelle S. Allen, Antwerp and Kenneth G. Allen, Fort Wayne. Dissolution of marriage.

Heather D. Anderson, Van Wert vs. Hans E. Anderson, Payne. Divorce.

Randy E. Stutzman, Oakwood vs. Jamie M. Stutzman, New Castle, Del. Divorce.

Marriage License

Tate Roger Church, Oakwood, 25, medical student and Taylor Marie Baumle, Haviland, 26, educator. Parents are Gary Marvin Church and Rhonda Lynn Spangler; and Patrick Brian Baumle and Wendy Marie Williamson.

Terry Joseph Baldauf, Payne 53, welder and Rebekah Hadrian Bjorn, Columbus, 46, registered nurse. Parents are Irvin Richard Baldauf and Carol Marie Recker; and Everett Clark DeVelde and Billie Ruth Atchison.

Patrick Douglas Burkley, Paulding, 36, construction and Olivia Chressence Paholak, Defiance, 40, factory worker. Parents are Robert Lynn Burkley and Rita Ann Molitor; and Rex Lee Eutsler and Kathleen Mary McCann.

Brandon Leroy Bell, Antwerp, 34, Svc consultant and Nicole Christene Hatlevig, Antwerp, 42, nurses aide. Parents are Randy Leroy Bell and Cindy Kay Bell; and William Lee Friend and Pamela Jean Friend.

Criminal Docket

Ray J. Osborn, 48, Lima, was in court on a motion for judicial release. The motion was well taken and Osborn’s remaining sentence of imprisonment for felonious assault (F2) was suspended. He was then sentenced to four years of community control sanctions with the conditions of: abstaining from the consumption of drugs and alcohol; submit to random substance testing; actively seek and maintain employment; undergo alcohol/drug/mental health assessment through Pathways Counseling Center Inc. and follow any recommendations and obtain a valid operator’s license.

Betty J. Weitzel, 34, Antwerp, pleaded guilty to corrupting another with drugs (F4) and was sentenced to four years of community control sanctions with the following guidelines: serve 30 days in jail with credit for 13 served; abstain from drug and alcohol consumption, submit to random substance testing, obtain and maintain employment and pay all fines and court costs.