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P. 8 THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2018 THE OSKALOOSA INDEPENDENT District court-- Traffic: Stephen Paul K. McMillan, ve- hicle liability insurance required, dismissed; driving while license can- celled/suspended/revoked, placed on diversion with $100 fine and $508 in costs. Limited Civil-- Filed: Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Thomas McPherson, debt collec- tion in the amount of $4,824.99 p!us post-judgment interest and costs. Credit Management Services Inc vs. Linda Stotts, debt collection in the amount of $1,136.50 plus post-judgment interest and costs. Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. Skyland Love, debt collec- tion in the amount of $3,775.94 plus costs. Credit Management Services vs. Lemont Meade, debt collection in the amount of $2,828.96 plus post-judgment interest and costs (see "Dispositions" below). Midland Funding LLC vs. Mary Murphy, debt collection in the amount of $557.58 plus costs. Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC vs. Gorden Wilbur, debt collec- tion in the amount of $1,174.17 plus costs. Midland Funding LLC vs. Ko- rina Shelman, debt collection in the amount of $2,477.85 plus costs. Stormont-Vail HealthCare Inc. vs. William S. Chambers, debt col- lection in the amount of $767.59 plus accrued interest, pre- and post- judgment interest and costs. Perry Milling Inc. vs. James Stansell, debt collection in the amount of $294.31 plus pre- and post-judgment interest, sheriff fee and court costs. Perry Milling Inc. vs. Victor Poeverlein, debt collection in the amount of $369.01 plus pre- and post-judgment interest, sheriff fee and court costs. Perry Milling Inc. vs. Steven Davidson, debt collection in the amount of $398.26 plus pre- and post-judgment interest, sheriff fee and court costs. Midland Funding LLCvs. Char- lotte Swaggerty, debt collection in the amount of $1,374.73 plus costs. Midland Funding LLC vs. Ma- bel Cubbage, debt collection in the amount of $780.11 plus costs. Dispositions: Credit Management Services vs. Lemont Meade, debt collection in the amount of $2,828.96 plus post-judgment interest and costs; dismissal. Credit Management Services Inc. vs. Deana Taylor, debt collec- tion in the amount of $3,327.06 plus post-judgment interest and costs; dismissal. Domestic-- Filed: 2018-CR-23 (petition for protec- tion), sealed. Dispositions: Tasha Taliaferro vs. Patrick Taliaferro, petition for divorce; granted. Nikki Jo Steinebach vs. Da- nial Robert Warren, petition for divorce; journal entry and decree of divorce. William Holden Watson vs. Ashley Dawn Phillips, petition for divorce; decree of divorce. Kelsey L. Harris vs. Richard Lopez, petition for paternity; agreed journal entry of custody, residency, parenting time and child support, and shared expense order. Criminal--- Fried: State vs. Duane Leroy Price, Topeka, criminal littering. State vs. Sonny James Peterson, Nortonville, two counts of felony mistreatment of an elder person and five counts of felony theft by deception. State vs. Matthew T Abramovitz, Valley Falls, felony theft and felony criminal damage to property. State vs. Shawn A. Kitzman, Eudora, domestic battery, criminal restraint, misdemeanor criminal damage to property, and reckless driving. State vs. Andrew J. Fann, Perry, four counts of use of real property as ajunkyard without a conditional use permit. State vs. Ronnie D. Bowen, McLouth, attempted murderin the second degree, aggravated battery, criminal discharge of a firearm at an occupied building, and violation of a protective order. State vs. Michael Jason Haislip, Parkville, Mo criminal threat, domestic battery and disorderly conduct. State vs. Frank Charles Knapp, Meriden, misdemeanor endangering a child, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, domestic bat- tery, possession of marijuana (first offense), and disorderly conduct. State vs. Erica Dawn Heston, Meriden, misdemeanor endanger- ing a child, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, domestic battery, possession of marijuana (first offense), and disorderly con- duct. State vs. Jonathan D. Blevins, first-degree murder. Dispositions: Lisa Ann Burgess, four counts of giving a worthless check, dismissed with restitution in the amount of $624.54 ordered and $158 in costs. Amanda S. Siard, mistreat de- pendent adult (physical injury/con- finement/punishment), amended to mistreat dependent adult (omit or deprive of treatment or services), guilty; battery, dismissed. Robert D. Edwards, attempt&l murder in the first degree, amend- ed to aggravated assault, guilty; attempted aggravated robbery, amended to criminal threat, guilty. Sara May Burge, aggravated battery, amended to battery, guilty; aggravated assault, amended to bat- tery, guilty; aggravated endangering a child, amended to endangering a child, guilty; criminal trespass, dismissed. Heather Wendt, misdemeanor theft of property or services, dis- missed; felony criminal damage to property, amended to misdemean- or criminal damage to property, guilty. Marriage licenses-- Mathew W. Perry, 27, Winchester, and Caitlin B. Gordon, 26, Winchester. Fred E. Snow, 51, Jefferson County, and Diana M. Wilks, 39, Jefferson County. Register of deeds-- TD: Cameron L. Sherve, Marcy R. Brey and Karen L. Porteous, first successor co-trustees of The Clyde W. Sherve Revocable Living Trust, to Michael Brey et ux, all of Lot 12 and the N112 of Lot 13, in Block 2, in th~ City of Oskaloosa, together with a strip of land 12 feet wide lying North of and adjacent to said Lot 12. WD: Union State Bank of Ever- est dba The State Bank of Oskaloosa to the Entrust Group Inc fbo Ron- ald Lynn Janes, a tract of land in the N1/2 of the SWl/4 of 21-10-19 and a tract of land in the N1/2 of the SWl/4 of 21-10-19. WD: Shawn Owen et ux to Ron- ald Amrein et al, Lot 3, Block B, Cunning Cove Subdivision. QC: Lakeside Village Improve- ment District to Dennis Kempf, a tract of land in the SE1/4 of 9-10-18 (described), with exceptions. QC: Nikki D. Place to James E. Place, a tract of land in the SWl/4 and the NWl/4 of 6-9-20. QC: Janice E. Biedsoe to Gary Bledsoe, Lot 1, Bledsoe Ranch. WD: Jeremy Willis to Bradley W. Willis, the West 135 feet of the North 100 feet of Lot 4, in Block 13, in Bowman's Addition to the City of McLouth. WD: Jeffrey S. Nichols, trustee of The Elmer E. Green Trust, to The Elmer E. and Alyce M. Green Charitable Trust, Lots 259, 260, 287, 288, 289 and 290 in Lakewood Hills, Unit 1, a subdivision. WD: The trustees of The Elmer E. and Alyce M. Green Charitable Trust to The Elmer E. and Alyce M. Green Foundation, Lots 259, 260, 287, 288, 289 and 290 in Lakewood Hills, Unit 1, a subdivision. WD: Joshua Miller et ux to Christopher L. Yoder et al, a parcel of land in the NWl/4 of 6-10-19. QC: Craig A. Kazmaier to Robert E. Jordan, Lot 593 in Lakewood Hills Unit III, a subdivision. WD: Jeannette Sparks to Brian Sparks et al, the NE1/4 of 4-11-20. WD: Chad C. Williams to LMJ LLC, Lots 3 and 4 in Block "J" in the City of Ozawkie. WD: The Underwood Cemetery block of Buck Creek Road, rural fender. Association to Dennis Petree, Plot 1 Oskaloosa. of Lot 408 in Block E of Underwood March 14: Officers respondedOfficers also responded to the Cemetery. to a report of a homicide in the following calls for service. QC: Brick & Mortar Phase V 9300 block of Ferguson Road, rural Abandoned vehicle, 4; alarm, Construction to Watson Real Estate Ozawkie. 5; animal call, 5; check welfare, Development Inc Lot 11, Rock 4; citizen assist, 11; domestic Creek Ridge, a subdivision. Dec. 28, 2:04 p.m.: Alcohol con- disturbance, 7; felony arrest, 3; WD: Watson Real Estate De- tributed to an accident on Union juvenile call, 4; keep the peace,3; velopment Inc. to Travis D. Hawk Street in McLouth that resulted misdemeanor arrest, 5; motorist et al, Lot 11, Rock Creek Ridge, a in damage to a 2003 Dodge Da- assist, 3; suspicious activity, 6; subdivision, kota owned by John Stei~metztraffic problem, 5; vehicle check, TD: Brian Trigg and Maril Ha- of McLouth and a 2004 Kia Se- 6;911 hang-up,3. zlett, trustees of The Brian Trigg dona driven by Laurie J. Robles, Trust No. 1, and Maril Hazlett and 47, McLouth. The report indicated Brian Wrigg, trustees of The Maril that Robles struck the pickup, which Jail bookings-- Hazlett Trust No. 1, to Virgil D. was legally parked along Union and Hearu et al, Tract 1 and the South unoccupied, then continued driving March 9, 7:05 p.m.: Ronnie Bow- 38 feet of Tract 2, in Lake Dabinawa until she reached 111 W. Lucy. Dam- en, 63, aggravated battery, criminal West, a subdivision, age to the pickup was confined to the discharge of a firearm and violate WD: Alan D. Bender et ux to far back part of the left side, dam- protection order. Emily Osborn, a part of the SWl/4 age to the northbound minivan to March 10, 4:10 a.m.: Rebecca of 33-9-19, with an exception, the right front fender. The accident Church, 26, domestic battery, $1,000 TD: David F. Lambertson and happened in the 400 block of South bond. Sacie H. Lambertson, co-trustees of Union. March 12, 9:10 a.m.: Matthew The Sacie H. Lambertson Revocable Feb. 27, 5:15 p.m.: Angela Noll, Abramovitz, 25, felony theft of prop- Trust, to Charles A. Caisley et al, 54, Winchester, was injured when erty or services and felony criminal the E1/2 oftheNW1/4 of 15-9-19. she was ejected from the 2017 Po- damage to property. TD: Doris I. Bartkoski et allaris Ranger she was driving after it March 12, 1 p.m.:MichealHais- transfer on death to Mark L. Be- went off K-192 and entered a ditch, lip, 41, domestic battery, disorderly hymer et al, the N1/2 of the $1/2 of then overturned. The crash occurred conduct, criminal threat, and failure the NWl/4 of the SWl/4 of 19-10- about 540 feet west of Mooney Creek to appear, $5,000 bond 17. Road. Noll told the investigating March 12, 9:12 p.m.: Frank WD: Kellie L. Uitts fka Kellie L. officer that the wind caught her hat Knapp, 43, domestic battery, use/ Phillips et vir to Danny R. Adams et and that when she went to reach for possess with intent to use drug al, Lots 22 and 24 in Block 3 in the it, that caused the vehicle to veer paraphernalia and possession of Village of Rock Creek. to the right and leave the highway, marijuana, $1,000 bond. TD: Stephen D. Wilson et ux Damage to the Polaris was limited to March 12, 9:37 p.m.: Erica transfer on death to Rebecca M. the windshield. Heston, 40, disorderly conduct, Bressman et al, the South 82 acres March 1, 5 p.m.: An accident on domestic battery, use/possess with of the SE1/4 of 36-10-16, Lot 2 of the private property along Nemaha Road intent to use drug paraphernalia, NWl/4 of 6-11-17 and part of the resulted in damage to a diesel truck and possession of marijuana. NWl/4 of 6-11-17. belonging to the Jefferson Town- March 13, 4:50 p.m.: Melinda WD: Donna Duke et al to James ship fire department. According to Hurt, 61, driving under the influ- D.Waggleet al, atract ofland in the the report, the driver of the truck, ence of drugs/alcohol (second con- Wl/2 of the SE 1/4 of 35-7-18, with Noah R. Cummins, 18, Winchester, viction) and transporting an open exceptions, dropped one of the truck's front container, $3,000 bond. WD: Cohano Investments LLC to tires off a ledge, causing the vehicle March 14, 4:30 p.m.: Jonathan Danny R. Adams et al, the SW114 of to roll down a hill and overturn. The Blevins, 22, murder in the second 3-10-17. accident took place during the course degree. WD: Carol A. Stewart fka Carol of firefighter training. Riding with A. Dermyer et vir to Carol A. Stew- Cummins was Nicholas R. Gerety, Fire, Agency art et vir, Lot 16, Block C, City of 33, Winchester. The truck was dam- Ozawkie. aged from top to bottom and end to t~ 911 reports end Sheriff's reports March 1, 9 p.m.: Hannah M. March S: Buru permits issued Johnson, 18, Winchester, was head- 20; Rock Creek Fire, grass/brush fire, ing north on US-59 in a 2007 Chevro- 11047 174th St Valley Falls; Rock The following incident and acci- let Monte Carlo when the car collided Creek Fire, grass/brush fire; 82nd dent reports are the latest releasedwith a deer a quarter of a mile south St./Silver Rd Meriden; Fairview by the Jefferson County Sheriff's of 21st Street The Monte Carlo's Fire, investigate smoke, 6958 Fer- Office Please keep in mind that thewindshield, most of its left side and guson Rd Oskaloosa; Fairview date an incident is reported may the left half of its front end were Fire, grass/brush fire, 11456 98th differ considerably from the date damaged. St Oskaloosa; Ozawkie Fire, grass/ the incident actually occurred. March 3, 9:10 p.m.: Lynn G. brush fire, 11047 174th St Valley March 8: Officers responded to Saathoff, 66, Valley Falls, was mov- Falls; Ozawkie Fire, grass/brush a report of a disturbance in the 200ing north along US-59 in a 2010 fire, 11456 98th St Oskaloosa; block of East Lull Street, Meriden. Dodge Caravan when a deer ran Oskaloosa Fire, unknown problem/ March 8: Officers responded onto the highway and was hit by the man down, 13332 Saline Rd Win- to a report of a disturbance in the van roughly 660 feet north of McCall chester; Oskaloosa Fire, grass/brush 200 block of South Summit Street, Road. There was one passenger in fire, 11456 98th" St Oskaloosa; McLouth. the van, Linda J. Saathoff, 65, Valley Union Fire, breathing problems, 209 March 9: Officers received at Falls. The front end, hood, left front E. Gertrude, McLouth; Union Fire, 1360 Walnut, Oskaloosa, a report fender and undercarriage of the first responders, 21736 McLouth of forgery/fraud. Caravan sustained damage. A tow Rd McLouth; District 11 Fire, March 9: Officers responded to a truck was dispatched to the scene to grass/brush fire, 17938 Cove Rd report of a theft in the 6500 block of remove the vehicle. Valley Falls; District 11 Fire, grass/ Cherokee Lane, rural Ozawkie. March 5, 5 p.m.: Scott M. Bond, brush fire, 11047 174th St Valley March 9: Officers responded 45, Holton, was traveling west along Falls; Norton Fire, grass/brush fire, to a report of trespassing in the County Line Road in a 2014 Ford 17938 CoveRd ValleyFalls;Norton 11500 block of Osage Road, rural E-150 when he swerved to miss a Fire, grass/brush fire, 11047 174th Oskaloosa. dog, causing the cargo van to enter St Valley Falls; Norton Fire, grass/ March 9: Officers responded to a the south ditch. Most of the van's brush fire, 182nd St./Marion Rd report of a theft in the 500 block of front end and its undercarriage Nortonville; Emergency Manage- Monroe Street, Oskaloosa. sustained damage. A tow truck was ment, grass/brush fire, 17938 Cove March 9: Officers responded to a dispatched to the scene to remove Rd Valley Falls. report of aggravated battery in the the vehicle. The accident took place March 9: Burn permits issued 700 block of North Union Street, about 300 feet west of Sycamore 10; Kentucky Fire, fall, 510 Plaza McLouth. Street in Nortonville. Dr Perry; Kentucky Fire, grass/ March 10: Officers responded March 6, 6:20 a.m.: Megan E.brush fire, 12473 25th St Perry;' to a report of forgery/fraud in the George, 24, Winchester, was going Rural Fire, fall, 510 Plaza Dr Perry; 9100 block of Village Lane, rural east along US-24 in a 2013 Toyota Rural Fire, grass/brush fire, 27th Ozawkie. Camry when a deer came onto the St./Phillips Rd.; Perry; Sarcoxie March 10: Officers responded to highway and collided with the car Fire, grass/brush fire, 3105 Wild a report of a burglary in the 1700 approximately a third ofa milewest Horse Rd Lawrence; Sarcoxie block of Douglas Road, rural Perry. of US-59. There were two passen- Fire, grass/brush fire, 1859 Wild March 11: Officers responded gers in the Camry, Mia A. Vallejos, Horse Rd Lawrence; Rock Creek to a report of a burglary near 27th 5, and Leona R. Vallejos, 4, both of Fire, chest pain (non-traumatic), Street and Wellman Road, rural Winchester. The right side of the 7696Anderson Rd Meriden;Oska- McLouth. car's front end and the front half of loosa Fire, stroke, 505 Washington, March 11: Officers recovered lost its right side were damaged. A tow Oskaloosa; Oskaloosa Fire, sick or stolen property in the 700 block truck was dispatched to the scene to person, 611 Delaware, Oskaloosa; of Walnut Street, Oskaloosa. remove the vehicle. Oskaloosa Fire, grass/brush fire, March 12: Officers received at March 6, 1 p.m.: A hit-and-run 122nd St./Nemaha Rd Oskaloosa; 1360 Walnut, Oskaloosa, a report accident in the 9100 block of K-4 Oskaloosa Fire, fall, 702 Union, of a theft. Highway resulted in damage to a Oskaloosa; Union Fire, traumatic March 13: Officers responded to 2004 Chrysler Sebring owned by injury, 507 N. Union, McLouth; a report of forgery/fraud in the 100Jim G. Malloy of Meriden. Accord- Union Fire, special event/meeting, block of Main Street, Ozawkie. ing to the report, Malloy returned 100 Bulldog Ln McLouth; Union March 13: Officers received at home and discovered that the front Fire, tree fire, 13000 Union Rd 1360 Walnut, Oskaloosa, a report bamper on thecar, whichwas parked Winchester; District 11 Fire, grass/ of a their. March 13: Officers responded to in his driveway, had been damaged, brush fire, 8293 150th St Valley March 8, 7:55 a.m.: Main Street Falls. areport ofa battery in the 700 blockin Meriden was the scene of an ac- March 10: Burn permits is- of Linn Street, Valley Falls. cident involving a 2000 Chevrolet sued 49; Kentucky Fire, grass/ March 13: Officers responded Silverado driven by Wyatt Surritt, brush fire, 25th St./Ferguson Rd to a report of a burglary in the 17,Meriden, and a 2005 Ford Escape Perry; Rural Fire, grass/brush fire, 19600 block of 13th Street, rural driven by Betty A. Anderson, 66, US-24/13th St Perry; Sarcoxie McLouth. Meriden. The report said Anderson Fire, grass/brush fire, 17th St./Wild March 13: Officers responded to was stopped at a school crosswalk Horse Rd Lawrence; Sarcoxie Fire, a report of a theft in the 10900 block and that Surritt failed to notice she grass/brush fire, 16978 13th St of Arapahoe Lane, rural Ozawkie. was stopped and rear-ended the Lawrence; Rock Creek Fire, grass/ March 14: Officers received at sport utility vehicle. Damage to the brush fire, 4131 62nd St:, Meriden; 1360 Walnut, Oskaloosa, a report Escape was limited to the back end, Rock Creek Fire, grass/brush fire, of threats made. damage to the Silverado to the front 58th St./Decatur Rd Meriden; March 14: Officers responded to end. The accident took place about Fairview Fire, grass/brush fire, a report of forgery/fraud in the 6300 150 feet east of South Owen Street. 9680 98th St Ozawkie; Fairview March 8, 12 p.m.: A hit-and-run Fire, grass/brush fire, 9532 98th St accident in the parking lot at The Ozawkie; Fairview Fire, grass/brush FAMILY~MEDICINE Guidance Center in Oskaloosa re- fire, 9937 Delaware Dr Ozawkie; sulted in damage to a 2013 Honda Fairview Fire, grass/brush fire, Dr, James V, Rider, V.O. Civic owned by Ashley S. Kopp of 12364 78th St Oskaloosa; Ozawkie Ozawkie. The report said that when Fire, unconscious/fainting subject, Dr. Larw L. Campbell, D.O. Kopp was preparing to leave, she 7652 Scout Dr Meriden; Ozawkie Nichole Potts, A.P.R.N. noticed a dent in the car's left front Fire, citizen assist, 11426 Ferguson Familiar Faces at the Valley Falls MedicN Clinic ,ctice in:--- its Geriatrics A mer ,s Palliative Ospice Care tive Health Care we also pro de ' WoUnd Care'Clinic 0 24.hour Urgent Care 24/7 -Call Service HOURS: Non: 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tue: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wed: 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thu: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fri: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat: 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. We accept new patients. Surgery Assistance : Hospit.a Care and Visits In-Office Emergent Care (fractures, lacerations, etc.) 263 We St, cis Health Center and surrounding hospitals. " ~ 26-36- Rd Perry; Ozawkie Fire, grass/ brush fire, 300 Kiowa Dr Ozawkie; Ozawkie Fire, grass/brush fire, 9532 98th St Ozawkie; Ozawkie Fire, grass/brush fire, 9937 Delaware Dr Ozawkie; Ozawkie Fire, grass/brush fire, K-92/Kanza Dr Ozawkie; Os- kaloosa Fire, grass/brush fire, 12364 78th St Oskaloosa; Union Fire, grass/brush fire, 100 Bulldog Ln McLouth; Union Fire, grass/brush fire, 100 Bulldog Ln McLouth; Jef- ferson Fire, grass/brush fire, 255th St./Millwood Rd Leavenworth County; District 11 Fire, fall, 3598 178th St Denison; District 11 Fire, grass/brush fire, 14623 Geary Rd Valley Falls. March 11: Burn permits issued -- 2; Kentucky Fire, grass/brush fire, 12157 25th St Perry; Sarcoxie Fire, tree fire, 16984 Third St Law- rence; Rock Creek Fire, grass/brush fire, N.E. 70th St./Meriden Rd Topeka; Kansas Highway Patrol, non-injury accident, US-24/K-237, Perry. March 12: Burn permits issued -- 9; Jefferson Fire, citizen assist, 14660 Thomas Rd Winchester; Jef- ferson Fire, special event/meeting, 104 Third St Winchester; District 11 Fire, investigate smoke, K-16/ Swabville Rd Valley Falls" District 11 Fire, grass/brush fire, 142nd St./ Lincoln Rd Valley Falls; Wildlife and Parks, vehicle check (no oc- cupants), Kimberly Dr./Big Riffle, Meriden. March 131 Burn permits issued -- 16; Kentucky Fire, special event/ meeting, 22nd St./Newman Rd Perry; Rural Fire, special event/ meeting, 1836 US-59 Hwy Perry; Rural Fire, special event/meeting, 13th St./Phillips Rd Perry; Rural Fire, special event/meeting, 2176 Buck Creek Rd Perry; Rdck Creek Fire, grass/brush fire, 709 E. Wyan- dotte, Meriden; Norton Fire, sick person, 225 Main, Nortonville. March 14: Kaw Fire, sick per- son, 3763 South St Grantville; Rock Creek Fire, grass/brush/ire, 9840 Village Greens Rd Meri- den; Fairview Fire, assist law en- forcement, 9305 Ferguson Rd Ozawkie; Ozawkie Fire, grass/brush fire, 10359 Marion Rd Oskaloosa; Ozawkie Fire, grass/brush fire, 9840 Village Greens Rd Meriden; Oskaloosa Fire, grass/brush fire, K-92/90th St Oskaloosa; Oskaloosa Fire, investigate smoke, 90th St./ Osage Rd Oskaloosa; Oskaloosa Fire, investigate smoke, 13790 90th St Oskaloosa; Union Fire, inves- tigate smoke, 13790 90th St Os- kaloosa; Jefferson Fire, breathing problems, 90 Delaware, Winchester; Jefferson Fire, citizen assist, 14660 Thomas Rd Winchester; Jefferson Fire, investigate smoke, 13790 90th St Oskaloosa; District 11 Fire, citi- zen assist, 940 Frazier, Valley Falls; District 11 Fire, grass/brush fire, 9840 Village Greens Rd Meriden. Dispatchers handled the follow- ing phone calls. 911 calls, 15; 911 wireless calls, 97; sheriff's calls, 403; non-emer- gency sheriff's calls, 82; fire calls, 86; administrative calls, 258; total calls answered, 941, calls dispatched over radio, 337. Deadline for News and Ad Copy is Monday, 3p.m, PUBLIC NOTICE (Published in The Oskaloosa Independent March 15, 22 and 29, 2018)3t IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF BRIAUNNA LYNN MARTIN TO CHANGE HER NAME 18 CV 13 NOTICE OF HEARING TO: To Whom It May Concern A Petition has been filed by Briaunna Lynn Martin, to change her name to Briaunna Lynn Martin-Burris. You are hereby notified that the above matter has been set for hearing on the 5th day of April, 2018, at the hour of 1:30 p.m in front of the Honorable Gary L. Nafziger. You should conduct yourself accordingly. MONTE L. MILLER MONTE L. 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