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Civil suits

The following civil suits were recently filed. The filing of a complaint in a civil suit simply contains allegations that must then be proven in a court of law.

Roger Parker vs. Hard Rock Saloon and Steve Ball for a sum in excess of $50,000 for injuries sustained in an altercation at the tavern at 700 N. Fifth on Jan. 28, 2011.

Chad W. Dean vs. Alfred J. Ebbing for a sum in excess of $50,000 for injuries sustained in a June 23, 2010, traffic accident.

Ronald D. Davis vs. Jimmy J. McDonald, Callender Construction Co. Inc. and Bruce Callendar for a sum in excess of $50,000 for injuries sustained in a May 13, 2009, traffic accident.

Larry F. Hicks vs. Callendar Construction and Jimmy J. McDonald for a sum in excess of $50,000 for injuries sustained in a May 13, 2009 traffic accident.

 

Circuit Court

Charges filed

Ryan J. Marshall, 32, of Plainville, was charged with burglary stemming from an April 17 incident.

Justin E. Pearson, 22, of 706 S. 14th, was charged with armed robbery and two counts of aggravated battery stemming from an April 11 incident.

Timothy J. Gustison, 31, of 2550 Oak, was charged with three counts of possession of methamphetamine precursors stemming from July 18 and Aug. 7, 2010, and April 12 incidents.

Leartis McCrae, 42, of 722 N. 22nd, was charged with three counts of possession of methamphetamine precursors stemming form July 18 and Aug. 7, 2010, and April 3 incidents.

Adam Taylor Wright, 31, of Springfield, was charged with robbery stemming from a May 5 incident.

Jeffrey R. Trone, 23, of 928 N. Seventh, was charged with felony retail theft stemming from a May 9 incident.

Jason A. Walker, 32, of 309 Locust, was charged with three counts of possession of methamphetamine stemming from a May 8 incident.

Lewis E. Arnold, 36, no address available, was charged with unlawful participation in methamphetamine production stemming from an April 8 incident.

Arinda K. Beaston, 39, of 1459 Worman's Road, was charged with burglary stemming from a May 7 incident and unlawful failure to register as a sex offender stemming from a May 8 incident.

Nicole S. VonBurg, 34, no address available, was charged with burglary stemming from a May 7 incident.

Jennifer N. Diaz, 21, of 2507 Rebecca Court, was charged with aggravated unlawful participation in methamphetamine production, unlawful methamphetamine related child endangerment, unlawful delivery of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of methamphetamine precursor, and possession of methamphetamine manufacturing materials stemming from a May 5 incident.

William C. Smith, 43, of 712 Hilltop Drive, was charged with aggravated driving under the influence stemming from a May 5 incident.

Ricky J. Dean, 21, of 507 Locust, was charged with threatening a public official (Quincy Police officer) stemming from a May 4 incident.

Debra S. Sherman, 49, of 626 Monroe, was charged with felony theft and criminal trespass to real property stemming from a May 2 incident.

Jonathan R. Brewer, 24, of 1420 Vermont, was charged with aggravated battery stemming from a May 1 incident.

Adam M. McCloud, 26,of 214 1/2 N. Sixth, was charged with possession of methamphetamine stemming from a May 10 incident.

 

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