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December 19, 2010

Suits Filed: Dec. 20

ANDERSON, Ind. — Suits filed in Madison County Courts through December 2010

Superior Court 3

Michelle Hall vs. Gregory Hall, domestic relations

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs. Brian Canary, Carol Canary, mortgage foreclosure

The Bank of New York Mellon vs. Toby Graham, mortgage foreclosure

Household Finance Corp III vs. Patrick Creamer, Cassandra Creamer, mortgage foreclosure

Fifth Third Mortgage Co. vs. William Helvie, Karen Helvie, mortgage foreclosure

Pamela Brinkley vs. State of Indiana, miscellaneous civil

First Mutual Sales Finance Inc vs. Frederick Stevens, civil collection

State of Indiana Ex Rel vs. Randy Lamb, civil tort

Mark Cole vs. Julie Cole, domestic relations

Ruby Tidwell vs. Cornell Tidwell, domestic relations

Danielle Naylor vs. Lee Welling, protective order

Chris Conner vs. Charles Kube, protective order

Christopher Conner vs. Bryant Kube, protective order

Christopher Conner vs. Nick Kube, protective order

Gina Newman vs. Craig Thomas, domestic relations

Household Finance Corp. III vs. Mary Boles, mortgage foreclosure

Chase Home Finance LLC vs. Andrew Lavin, mortgage foreclosure

Kathy Gouvas vs. Gabriel Gouvas, protective order

Kathy Gouvas vs. Jessica Sanders, protective order

Kimberly Remson vs. Angie Roulf, protective order

Brandy Thornberry vs. Troy Thornberry, protective order

Wendy Rice vs. Patrick Rice, domestic relations

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. vs. Darlene Barker, mortgage foreclosure

Timothy Randall vs. Madison County Prosecutor, Madison County Sheriff and Commissioner of BMV, miscellaneous civil

American General Financial Services Inc. vs. Randy Cummins, Rita Cummins, civil collection

American General Financial Services Inc. vs. Thomas Cole, civil collection

Donita Hester vs. Frances Colwell, civil tort

Ellen Shepard vs. Drew Shepard, domestic relations

Ebony Silvers vs. Prosecutor of Madison County, miscellaneous civil

Tianne Trees vs. Erika Findlay, protective order

Tianne Trees vs. Jeremy Albright, protective order

Ellen Shepard vs. Drew Shepard, protective order

Roger Jackson vs. Shannon Jackson, domestic relations

Suntrust Mortgage Inc. vs. Darren Johnson, Mia Johnson, mortgage foreclosure

Hastings Mutual Insurance Co. vs. Electrolux Home Products Inc., civil plenary

Linda Fisher vs. Joshua Epperly, protective order

Stephanie Dilk vs. Robert Dilk, domestic relations

Bayview Loan Servicing LLC vs. Ruth Topolsky, mortgage foreclosure

Central Mortgage Co. vs. Donald May, mortgage foreclosure

Citimortgage Inc. vs. Erick O’Sullivan, mortgage foreclosure

Americredit Financial Services vs. Larry Thompson, civil collection

Kimberly Hopkins vs. Christopher Hopkins, domestic relations

Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage) Association vs. Clarence Sampson, Jacquline Sampson, mortgage foreclosure

Target National Bank vs. Lisa Stone, civil collection

Beatrice Dye vs. Jerry Dye, domestic relations

Lori Robertson vs. Lance Robertson, domestic relations

Orlando Miles vs. Sonya Miles, protective order

Sheleta Davis vs. Chelsy Huddleston, reciprocal support

Tania Moore vs. Bruce Moore, reciprocal support

Tracy Burdick-Fry vs. Roger Burdick, reciprocal support

Lue Williams vs. Chelsy Huddleston, reciprocal support

First Merchants Bank NA vs. Larry Davis, civil collection

Discover Bank vs. Leona Heath, civil collection

Danny Vaughn vs. Meredith Vaughn, domestic relations

Daniel Cook vs. Madison County Prosecutor, miscellaneous civil

Robert Harding vs. Madison County Prosecutor, miscellaneous civil

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Tommy Thomas, civil collection

Emily Harris vs. Jason King, protective order

Equable Ascent Financial LLC vs. Harold Simmons, civil collection

Ivan Caine vs. Melissa Caine, domestic relations

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