Judge Luann Cooperrider

Probate Court

Dec. 3-17

Marriage applications

• Alexis Paige Reynolds, Somerset, and William Austin Walker, Somerset

• Pedro Antonio Motalvo, Mount Perry, and Joanna Sue Richardson, Mount Perry

• Joseph Andrew Perez, Hemlock, and Kalynn Jane Clark, Hemlock

• Joshua Thomas Hartshorn, Junction City, and Meagan Nicole Bookman, New Lexington

• Broc Lucas Wilkins, Somerset, and Kahley Sue Thompson, Somerset

• George Washington McBee, Rushville, and Carolyn Jean Stage, Rushville

Estates filed

• George A. Sites, Somerset

• Shawney Kay Woods, Corning

• Ralph W. Swick, Sr., Thornville

• Richard D. Young, Somerset

• Roland F. Waltz, Somerset

• Phyllis N. Brehm, New Lexington

• Ladonna S. Watts, Crooksville

• Debra S. Renick, New Lexington

• Jacqueline C. Kaffenberger, Somerset

• Lawrence R. Poling, Jr., Logan

• Margie Beth Bourff, Junction City

Juvenile Court

• A Somerset juvenile was charged with disorderly conduct. They were ordered to pay court costs, perform 20 hours of community service, attend counseling with the Family Wellness Program, and they were placed at the ALPHA School and placed on intensive probation.

• A 13-year-old girl from Junction City was charged with unruliness. She was ordered to pay courts costs and attend individual and family counseling, was placed at the ALPHA School as of Nov. 30, and was placed in the Youth & Family Services Program.

• A 17-year-old boy from New Lexington was charged with underaged consumption. He was fined $150 plus court costs; his driver’s license was suspended until age 18; he was ordered to complete the Choices program and pay its costs; he was placed on probation; and he was placed in an intensive outpatient program.

• A 13-year-old girl from New Lexington was charged with menacing. She was ordered to pay court costs, perform 20 hours of community service, continue counseling for anger management with Perry Behavioral Health, and write a letter of apology to the victim with a copy to the court within three days, and family counseling was ordered.

• A juvenile from Crooksville was charged with theft. They were ordered to pay court costs and $29 in restitution to Walmart, write a letter of apology to the victim with a copy to the court within three days, and complete a theft program and pay its costs.

• A 16-year-old girl from Roseville was charged with unruliness. She was ordered to pay court costs and attend family wellness counseling, and she was placed at the ALPHA School on probation, and placed in the Youth & Family Services Program.

• A juvenile from New Lexington was charged with possession of marijuana. They were fined $150 plus court costs, and ordered to attend individual and family counseling with Perry Behavioral Health, complete the Choices program and pay its costs. They were placed in the Youth & Family Services Program.

• A 17-year-old girl from New Straitsville was charged with a probation violation for failing to attend counseling, go to school and pass a drug test. She was ordered to pay court costs and attend trauma counseling and drug and alcohol counseling. She was placed at the ALPHA School and on five days detention with her parents to pay the costs of detention, and she was placed on probation.

• A juvenile from Somerset was charged with unruliness. They were ordered to pay court costs and attend family wellness counseling with Allwell, placed at the ALPHA School as of Dec. 14, and placed on probation.

• A 16-year-old boy from Somerset was charged with a probation violation for possessing marijuana at school. He will be unable to obtain his driver’s license until age 17-1/2. He was ordered to complete the Choices program, placed at the ALPHA School as of Dec. 17, and placed on probation.

• A juvenile from Crooksville was charged with theft. They were fined $50 plus court costs and ordered to pay $25 in restitution to the store owner; their driver’s license was suspended until all fines and restitution are paid; and they were ordered to write a letter of apology to the victim with a copy to the court within three days, and complete a theft program and pay its costs.

• A 15-year-old boy from Junction City was charged with unruliness. He was ordered to pay court costs, perform 20 hours of community service, and attend anger management counseling and family counseling, and was placed on probation.

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