Civil Docket

Velocity Investments LLC, Wall, N.J. vs. Kristina Smith, Antwerp. Money only.

The Huntington National Bank, Columbus vs. Gregory G. Griffiths, Paulding and Elizabeth M. Griffiths, Paulding. Foreclosures.

Huntington National Bank, Columbus vs. Gregory G. Griffiths, Paulding and Elizabeth M. Griffiths, Paulding. Foreclosures.

Marriage License

Philip Charles Karacson, 22, Paulding, delivery driver and Keagan Irene Grimes, 21, Paulding, bank teller. Parents are John William Karacson and Amy Christine Metz; and Rory Gene Grime and Melissa Darlene Bayrd.

Braden William Hormann, 24, Antwerp, HVAC tech and Rylee Noelle Zartman, 24, Antwerp, front desk Parkview. Parents are Andrew Lee Zartman and Jennifer Jo Siders.

Administrative Docket

In the estate of Rex M. Lichty, application to administer filed.

In the estate of Anita G. Burt, application to administer filed.

Criminal Docket

Amy Blatteau, 41, Paulding County Jail, was in court on a motion to revoke community control sanctions. The sanctions were ordered to continue with the conditions that she spend 30 days in jail with credit for seven days served. Blatteau is also to continue on community control sanctions which was extended by a year. Blatteau previously pleaded guilty to assault on a peace officer (F4), felonious assault (F2) and OVI (M1).

Eric R. Schmidt, 32, London, was granted judicial release from prison. His 17 month sentence for two counts of sexual offender registration (F4) was suspended. Schmidt was given four years of community control sanctions with the following guidelines: abstain from the use of alcohol and controlled substances; submit to random substance testing; obtain and maintain employment; follow all rules of sexual offender registration and pay court costs.

Barbara A. Landers, 52, Marysville, had her motion for judicial release denied. Landers previously pleaded guilty to trafficking in drugs (F4).

Brittany R. Zipfel, 26, Paulding, was in court on a motion to revoke community control sanctions. Counsel was appointed and another hearing was set for June 3. Zipfel previously pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine (F5) and is being held without bond.

Santiaga A. Pina, 26, Marysville, had her motion for judicial release granted. Her four year sentence for felonious assault (F2) has been suspended. She was given four years of community control sanctions with the following guidelines: complete assessment with Maumee Guidance Center or other appropriate agency within seven days of release; abstain from the consumption of drugs and alcohol; submit to random substance testing; obtain and maintain employment and obtain a valid driver’s license.

Gabriel Sanchez, 47, Lima, had his request for judicial release denied. Sanchez is currently serving a sentence for trafficking in methamphetamine (F4).

Amanda J. Hopkins, 30, Melrose, was in court on a motion to revoke community control sanctions. Counsel was appointed and another hearing was set for June 17. Hopkins previously pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine (F5) and is being held without bond.

Jonathon E. Maxwell, 32, Continental, previously pleaded guilty to two counts of nonsupport of dependents (F5) and was in court for sentencing. He was sentenced to four years of community control sanctions with the following guidelines: serve 30 days in jail with credit for 15 served; obtain and maintain employment; make all child support payments and pay all child support arrearages; abstain from the consumption of drugs and alcohol; submit to random substance testing and file all tax returns.

James A. Glass, 50, Payne, pleaded guilty to nonsupport of dependents (F5) and was placed in the diversion program.

James L. England, 47, Paulding County Jail, was in court for a pre-trial and bond hearing. An oral motion was made for intervention in lieu of conviction and was accepted. Another hearing was set for June 24. England is being charged with possession of methamphetamine (F5).

Austin T. Yant, 24, Payne, was in court for arraignment on a charge of possession of drugs (F5). Counsel was appointed and another hearing was set for June 24 and a jury trial for August 6.