Zionsville Times Sentinel

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November 29, 2012

Town Court for Nov. 28

The following was taken from the Thursday, Nov. 15, town court:

Ottoniel Baltazar, illegal display blue light, Officer Marius Klykken, failure to appear

Kim B. Barbaglia, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, dismissed/judge ordered

Salvatore J. Barbera, speeding, Officer Tom Henthorn, trial

Salvatore J. Barbera, failure to sign or provide registration, Officer Tom Henthorn, dismissed/judge ordered

David Barnhart, driving while suspended, Officer Adam Harper, continued

Andrew C. Bast, seatbelt violation, Officer Bryan Sauer, failure to appear

Alberto Bonvino, expired plates, Officer Drake Sterling, judgment withheld

Kim S. Bowser, seatbelt violation, Officer Doug Gauthier, found guilty

Jason E. Brock, speeding, Officer Drake Sterling, found guilty

Adam D. Brogden, expired plates, Officer Adam Harper, judgment withheld

Adam D. Brogden, no license when required, Officer Adam Harper, found guilty

Jordan L. Brown, disregarding stop sign, Officer J. Wade Knox, continued

Jordan L. Brown, possession of paraphernalia, Officer J. Wade Knox, continued

Alicia L. Bruno-Murray, expired plates, Officer Adrian Martin, judgment withheld

Flanner and Buchanan, false alarm first offense, Officer Tom Henthorn, judgment withheld

Christina M. Bullock, no insurance, Officer Tessa Potts, dismissed/judge ordered

Brittany J. Burtner, speeding, Officer Drake Sterling, found guilty

Carl G. Burton, seatbelt violation, Officer Doug Gauthier, found guilty

Brendon N. Chatyoka, violation of probationary license, Officer Doug Gauthier, under advisement

Brendon N. Chatyoka, unsafe lane movement, Officer Doug Gauthier, under advisement

Brendon N. Chatyoka, speeding, Officer Doug Gauthier, under advisement

Brendon N. Chatyoka, passenger restraint violation, Officer Doug Gauthier, under advisement

Johnetta Davis, no insurance, Officer Joe Robinson, continued

Christopher T. Dosch, no license when required, Officer Nick Baldwin, judgment withheld

Christopher T. Dosch, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, found guilty

Michael D. Gibbs, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, failure to appear

William T. Groves, speeding, Officer Cody Martin, found guilty

Alexander A. Guillermo, speeding, Officer J. Wade Knox, initial appearance

Emily J. Gutwein, speeding, Officer Nick Baldwin, deferral

Stephen W. Hibbard, seatbelt violation, Officer Bryan Sauer, failure to appear

Kennith Hollis, expired plates, Officer William Lamar, judgment withheld

Dianna L. Hurlock, seatbelt violation, Officer Adam Harper, failure to appear

Damian R. King, speeding, Officer Adam Harper, trial

Jingping Lu, expired plates, Officer Aaron Shook, judgment withheld

Lonna L. Maynard, driving while suspended, Officer Marius Klykken, failure to appear

Lonna L. Maynard, expired plates, Officer Marius Klykken, failure to appear

Matthew B. McNulty, speeding, Officer Carlos A. Pettiford, failure to appear

Jennifer L. McLeland, seatbelt violation, Officer Adam Harper, judgment withheld

Jennifer L. McLeland, speeding, Officer Nick Baldwin, extension

Morgan McMahon, seatbelt violation, Officer Adam Harper, failure to appear

Aaron Miller, speeding, Officer Adam Harper, continued

Andrew S. Miller, false or fictitious license plate, Officer Marius Klykken, continued

David A. Miller, expired plates, Officer Marius Klykken, failure to appear

Michelle R. Miller, speeding, Officer Bryan Sauer, failure to appear

Nicole C. Mitchell, seatbelt violation, Officer Drake Sterling, failure to appear

Robert N. Mphepo, obstruction of driver’s view, Officer Joe Dennemann, failure to appear

Michael T. Noblitt, speeding, Officer Tom Henthorn, found guilty

Michael O’Keefe, improper use of turn signal, Officer Drake Sterling, deferral

Tamara K. Oyler, disregarding stop sign, Officer Adam Harper, failure to appear

John A. Paulson, disregarding stop sign, Officer Nick Baldwin, failure to appear

Michael S. Pirkle, speeding, Officer Adam Harper, failure to appear

Tremaine N. Poindexter, driving while suspended, Officer Joe Dennemann, failure to appear

Anthony D. Pullicino, driving while suspended, Officer Drake Sterling, dismissed by state

Abimmael Ramos-Perez, no license when required, Officer Nick Baldwin, found guilty

Abimmael Ramos-Perez, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, found guilty

Richard J. Ransford, seatbelt violation, Officer Bryan Sauer, found guilty

Heather Rebenack, seatbelt violation, Officer Adam Harper, failure to appear

Noble W. Richardson, driving while suspended, Officer Cody Martin, continued

Kohli Rohit, speeding, Officer Nick Baldwin, found guilty

Leonides L. Rosario, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, found guilty

Michael D. Rowland, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, failure to appear

Brett D. Rueschhoff, no license when required, Officer Joe Dennemann, failure to appear

Lea Rusk, seatbelt violation, Officer Bryan Sauer, failure to appear

David S. Schoenbaum, disregarding stop sign, Officer Elizabeth Hubbs, found guilty

Krystal M. Smith, speeding, Officer Tom Henthorn, found guilty

Rodney W. Smith, seatbelt violation, Officer Doug Gauthier, found guilty

Nathan S. Spears, failure to yield right of way, Officer William Lamar, continued

Nathan S. Spears, learners permit violation, Officer William Lamar, continued

Nathan S. Spears, driving while suspended, Officer William Lamar, continued

Autumn C. Stewart, seatbelt violation, Officer Nick Baldwin, failure to appear

Kelley R. Stewart, failure to sign or provide registration, Officer Tessa Potts, found guilty

Nichelle A. Tolbert-Jones, speeding, Officer Adam Harper, failure to appear

Lazaro C. Villavencio, speeding, Officer J. Wade Knox, continued

Lazaro C. Villavicencio, no license when required, Officer J. Wade Knox, continued

Michael W. Wallace, expired plates, Officer Aaron Shook, failure to appear

Steven C. Weigle, seatbelt violation, Officer Doug Gauthier, failure to appear

Tyler B. Winningham, speeding, Officer Tom Henthorn, trial

Shawn A. Woodward, solicitors permit violation, Officer Joe Dennemann, failure to appear

Tyler J. Worth, driving while suspended, Officer Drake Sterling, failure to appear

Tyler J. Worth, throwing burning material from vehicle, Officer Drake Sterling, failure to appear

Stephen C. Zammito, seatbelt violation, Officer Doug Gauthier, continued

Stephen C. Zammito, driving while suspended, Officer Doug Gauthier, continued

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