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on the record 4 I Sioux County Index-Reporter October 19, 2016 COURT NEWS New Probates dant, is convicted of OWl-second offense, and shall serve Nathan E. Anderson, Ireton, speeding. Estate of Johanna Sandbulte. 365 days in the Sioux County Jail with all but seven days Jorge Abundio Morales, Sioux Center, no valid driver's Estate of Carol S. Vander Feen. suspended and with credit for time already served.The de- license; operation without registration card. Estate of Linda J. Mulder. fendant shall pay a $1,875 fine, surcharges and court costs. Guadalupe E. Tristan, Boyden, speeding. Judgments filed in Small Claims State of Iowa vs. Eric J. Tilstra, Hudson, S.D., defendant, Leonel Villarreal, Orange City, failure to provide proof Rebecca B. Miller, Hull, defendant, in favor of Credit Col- pleads guilty of OWl-first offense and with the consent of of financial liability. lections Bureau, Bismark, N.D., in the amount of $2,580.58, the defendant, the entry and pronouncement of sentence Rafael Rodriguez Lopez, Sioux Center, dark window. plus interest and court costs, in this case is deferred and the defendant is placed on pro- Alejandro Placid Marquez, Orange City, dark window. Duane A. Jurrens, Hawarden, defendant, in favor of L.F. baton for a period of one year. The defendant shall pay a Edgar A. Martin Perez, Sioux Center, operation without Noll Inc., plaintiff, in the amount of $1,053.25, plus interest $1,250 civil penalty, surcharges and court costs, registration card; no valid driver's license. and court costs. State of Iowa vs. Daniel C. Rodriguez, Orange City, de- Jose A. Diaz Perez, Sioux Center, no valid driver's li- Karrie Roberts, Alton, defendant, in favor of Midland fendant, pleads guilty to the offense of OWl-first offense cense; failure to use headlamps when required. Funding LLC, plaintiff, in the amount of $1,013.77, plus in- and with the consent of the defendant, the entry and pro- Arrend R. Munns, Hawarden, speeding. terest and court costs, nouncement of sentence in this case is deferred and the Gabriel M. Davis, Maurice, failure to maintain control. Clairissa R. Wynia, Sioux Center, defendant, in favor of defendant is placed on probation for a period of one year. Brandon R. Eckberg, Ireton, speeding. Midland Funding LLC, plaintiff, in the amount of $702.05, The defendant shall pay a $1,250 civil penalty, surcharges Scott A. Van Kekerix, Rock Valley, seat belt violation; plus interest and court costs, and court costs, failure to comply with safety regulations. Dawn Wiltgen, Orange City, defendant, in favor of Mid- State of Iowa vs. Marin Vis, Hull, defendant is convicted Juan de la Cruz Ramos Chilel, Sioux Center, speeding; land Funding LLC, plaintiff, in the amount of $588.43. of OWl-first offense and shall serve 180 days in the Sioux no valid driver's license. Civil Cases Closed County Jail with all but 48 hours suspended and with cred- Kurt M. List, Hospers, speeding. Lenin Salvador Castillo Gody, Rock Valley, and Maria it for time already served.The defendant shall pay a $1,250 Addison B. Johnson, Rock Valley, speeding. Magdalena Hernandez Vega, Granville, dissolution of mar- fine, surcharges and court costs. Cameron R. Smith, Orange City, seat belt violation. riage granted. Fines Leslie A. Greving, Orange City, speeding. Maria Arias-Salcedo, Orange City, and Jesus Aria ManuelYanez Legorreta, Boyden, speeding. Cody J.Weiler, Rock Valley, speeding. Topee, Hawarden, dissolution of marriage granted. Jonathan L. Baartman, Hospers, operation without reg- Held J. Flut, Rock Valley, speeding. Criminal Cases Closed istration card. Stacy J. Remmerde, Rock Valley, speeding. State of Iowa vs. Dale A. Meyer, Le Mars, defendant Austin J. Rodenburgh, Sioux Center, speeding. Karina Terjo lined, Sioux Center, no valid driver's li- pleads guilty and is convicted of failure to comply with Tyler A. Danbom, Sioux Center, no valid driver's license, cense; speeding. Iowa Sex Offender Registry Requirements, and shall serve Verna L. Kiel, Orange City, speeding. Danca M. Den Boer, Rock Valley, possession of alcohol 365 days in the Sioux County Jail with all but seven days Caleb U Nibbelink, Orange City, failure to obey stop by minor. suspended and with credit for time already served.The de- sign and yield right-of-way. Nathan J. Van Ginkel, Rock Valley, speeding. fendant shall pay a $625 fine, surcharges and court costs. Kayla G. Neyhart, Sioux Center, fraudulent use of reg- Anthony Chavez Mendz, Hawarden, open container. State of Iowa vs. Derek W. Hooyer, Hudson, S.D., defen- isration. Beverly J. Rieper, Hawarden, failure to yield stop/yield dan, pleads guilty to the offense of possession of marijua- Joseph P. Hehis, Rock Valley, dark window, intersection. na-first offense and with the consent of the defendant, the Francisco Pablo Hernandez, Orange City, no valid drv- Wilma J. Friedmann, Alton, operation without valid entry of judgment and pronouncement of sentence in this er's license, registration. case is deferred and the defendant is placed on probation Taylor J. Henderson, Ireton, speeding. Abigail K. Dahl, Orange City, failure to maintain control. for a period of one year and the defendant shall pay a $315 Victor H. Perez Rodriguez, Sioux Center, speeding. Samantha K. Kaskie, Hull, speeding. civil penalty, surcharges and court costs. Katie S. Broers, Sioux Center, speeding. State of Iowa vs. Johnathon 8. Kots, Orange City, defen- Jordan Alanz, Orange City, speeding. Information provided by Pluim Publishing, Orange City SHERIFF'S NEWS Arrest was using the victim's identity to gain employment at Pre- right onto a field driveway; McGuire was unable to stop, On Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 2:38 a.m., the Sioux County mium Iowa Pork in Hospers, Iowa. attempted to avoid striking Moncada by passing him on Sheriff's Office arrested Cirilo Gomez-Pablo, 23, of Orange Garcia was arrested for identity theft and forgery, the right side and struck the front of the Sterling. City, Iowa. Accident No injuries were reported. The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop that occurred On Thursday, Oct. 13, at 6:16 a.m., the Sioux County The Sterling sustained approximately $4,000 in dam- on 4OOth Street, one mile east of Sioux Center, Iowa. When Sheriff's Office investigated a motor vehicle accident that age.The Ford sustained approximately $10,000 in damage. asked for a driver's license, Gomez-Pablo provided a false occurred on Highway 18, two miles east of Boyden, Iowa. McGuire was cited for unsafe passing on the right. Oklahoma identification card to the deputy. Upon further Griselda Gonzalez, 29, of Orange City, Iowa, was driving Accident investigation it was discovered that Gomez-Pablo used a 2011 Chevrolet Traverse east on Highway 18 when she On Thursday, Oct. 13, at 11:26 p.m., the Sioux County another person's identity to gain employment at Premium struck a deer on the roadway. Sheriff's Office investigated a motor vehicle accident that Pet Health in Orange City. No injuries were reported, occurred on Highway 12, one mile south of Hawarden, Gomez-Pablo was arrested for forgery, identity theft, The Chevrolet sustained approximately $9,000 in dam- Iowa. providing false information, falsifying an identification age. Theresa Sabin, 50, of Hawarden was driving a 2001 card and operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's Accident Buick Regal north on Highway 12 when she struck a cow license. On Thursday, Oct. 13, at 1:31 p.m., the Sioux County on the roadway. Arrest Sheriff's Office investigated a motor vehicle accident that Sabin was transported by Hawarden Ambulance to Ha- On Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 2:21 p.m., the Sioux County occurred on Highway 18, four miles south of Inwood, lowa. warden Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Th@ B~uick Sheriff's Office arrested Jose Garcia, 39, of Worthington, Eugenio Moncada, 52, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, sustained approximately $2,000 in damage. "~~" Minn. was driving a 2005 Sterling semi-tractor pulling a manure The sheriff's office was assisted by Haward~n PQJice The arrest stemmed from a report from a resident of trailer north on Highway 18. Timothy McGuire, 57, of Hol- Department, Hawarden Fire Department and Hawarden Michigan that their identity was being used illegally, stein, Iowa was driving a 2001 Ford F-350 pickup north on Ambulance. Upon further investigation, deputies discovered Garcia Highway 18 behind Moncada. Moncada attempted to turn All information provided by Sioux County Sheriff COMMENTARY m n m m i n i i m u 111 I I I Are You Unhappy With How Your Claim is Going? I Each year thousands of Iowans are hurt at work, but many are not treated properly by the insurance company I because they fail to learn about their rights. A New Book reveals the Injured Workers BJI[_o.LEigh which I includes: I. Payment of Mileage at $.54 per mile 2. Money for Permanent Disability, 5 Things to Know Before Signing I Forms or Hiring an Attorney and much more. The book is being offered to you at no cost because since 1997, J Iowa Work Injury Attorney Corey Walker has seen the consequences of client's costly mistakes. 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