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DIVISION CASES

This information was filed last week in civil division of district court. If no address is listed, no address was available on court records.

Raeanne Bryant was ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County Emergency Medical Service $494.50 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

Andrew Cezar, James Bina, and Charles Bina filed a settlement agreement Nov. 2 seeking approval of a wrongful death settlement for the deaths July 17, 2021, of Raymond and Denice Bina in a crash on I-135.

Justin Chrisjohn was ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County EMS $1,669 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

Ashley and Doug Copenhaver were ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County EMS $1,030.50 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

Dustin Glenn was evicted Nov. 2 from a house owned by Margie Blaine at 506 N. Vine St. in Peabody.

Sonja and George Gore were ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County EMS $1,395 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

Robert James was ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County EMS $1,476 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

A petition for eviction earlier filed by Bradley Jantz against Will Koustmer was dismissed Nov. 2.

Ronald Mazza was ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County EMS $1,747.50 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

Lathan and Riley Moataane were ordered Nov. 2 to pay Marion County EMS $2,386 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

A lawsuit earlier filed by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust against Tiffany L. Miller was dismissed Nov. 3.

Jennifer-Lynn Patterson and Tyler Diepenbrock filed an agreement Nov. 8 that Diepenbrock would not contact Patterson or her minor child. It also seeks that a restraining order earlier imposed be dismissed.

Lakisha Reed and De Quincy Sanders were ordered Nov. 7 to pay Rakesh Davis $1 million for injuries Davis suffered in an April 12 crash. He was a passenger in a car driven by Reed and owned by Sanders that crashed into the back of a tow truck on US-50 a quarter mile from Mustang Rd. Davis claims he suffered medical expenses, permanent injuries and disability, pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and mental anguish.

Dana Beth Riling was ordered Oct. 28 to pay Newton Healthcare Corp. $69.25 plus costs and interest for unpaid medical bills.

A lawsuit earlier filed by Edward Runyon against Hadley Transit and Matthew Hadley was dismissed Nov. 2 to be transferred to Butler County District Court.

A lawsuit earlier filed by Synchrony Bank against Danny Bradfield was dismissed Nov. 2.

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