Zionsville Times Sentinel

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September 15, 2010

Town Court

The following was taken from the Aug. 19, 2010 Zionsville Town Court:

Andrew Anderson, speeding in a worksite, Officer Murphy, admits fine.

Oscar Armendariz, speeding violation, Officer Murphy, admits fine.

Najat I. Benhimida, speeding, Officer Tom Henthorn, dismissed.

Julia Brainard, expired places, Officer Adam Harper, admits fine.

Ryan N. Brinkley, disregarding stop sign, Officer Tessa Potts, continued to Sept. 16.

Benjamin E. Brown, seatbelt violation, Officer Robinson, prepaid.

Elizabeth Brown, speeding, Officer Tom Henthorn, continued to Sept. 16.

Lorie Brown, handicapped parking violation, Officer Scott Abbott, dismissed.

Mauro L. Castillo, parking violation, Officer Joe Robinson, prepaid.

Camirra A. Cavanaugh, speeding infraction, Officer Tessa Potts admits fine.

Camirra A. Cananaugh, driving while suspended infraction, Tessa Potts, admits fine.

Quentin Cole, disregarding automatic signal, Officer Adam Harper, admits fine.

Quentin Cole, no license when required, Officer Adam Harper, admits fine.

Soul Collin, no license when required, Officer Adam Harper, admits fine.

Soul Collin, seatbelt violation, Officer Adam Harper, admits fine.

Sarah A. Copeland, speeding, Officer Tessa Potts, admits fine.

Gregory J. Cram, speeding infraction, Officer Scott Abbott, dismissed.

Dominik M. Damm, no license when required, Officer Scott Abbott, judgment withheld.

Giche M. Edison, driving while suspended infraction, Officer Adam Harper, continued Sept. 16.

Charles P. Edwards, no license when required, Officer Tessa Potts, dismissed.

Amber L. Fitzgerald, speeding infraction, Officer Nick Baldwin, admits costs.

Rene Flores-Medina, driving while suspended infraction, Officer Brad Keifer, continued Sept. 16.

Jaclyn F. Ford, speeding infraction, Officer Murphy, prepaid.

Laura C. Gambrel, expired plates, Officer Josh Samuelson, admits fine.

Michelle Glinsey, driving while suspended, Officer Ron Ball, admits fine.

John A. Griesemer, driving while suspended, Officer Josh Samuelson, admits fine.

Scott Grieser, speeding infraction, Officer Adam Harper, dismissed.

Pamela J. Hartley, seatbelt violation, Capt. Doug Gauthier, prepaid.

Kristina M. Hill, obstruction of drivers view, Officer Josh Samuelson, continued to Sept. 16.

Ephriam Hnuna, speeding infraction, Officer Murphy, admits fine.

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