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Circuit Court

Criminal cases filed: State vs. Nancy L. Johnson, no valid license, class D felony; State vs. Skylar M. Manion, arson second degree, three counts, class C felony, attempt to commit arson second degree, class D felony.

Civil cases filed: American Builders and Contractors Supply Co. Inc. vs. Thomas Coatings Inc. etal, change of venue from Grundy County, breach of contract.

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Marriages

Two marriages were performed by Judge Daren Adkins on Dec. 22 as follows: John Charles Zimmerman Jr. and Janet Therese Bentley, both of Pattonsburg; and Edward Everett Miller and Suzan Coleen Ely, both of Altamont.

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Civil Court

Cavalry Investments LLC, plaintiffs, vs. Kandy L. Caldwell, defendant: judgment was entered for the plaintiff for damages of $2,412.36 plus interest and costs.

Neurosurgery PA, plaintiff, vs. Beverly S. Williams, defendant: judgment was entered for the plaintiff for $562.10 plus interest and costs.

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Municipal Court

Courts costs for moving violation, $32.50; non-moving $29.50.

Speeding: Lisa K. Dickson, Gallatin, $27.50; Neal A. Jackson, Kirksville, $42.50; Erik McFarlane, Independence, $42.50; John M. Phillips, Kearney, $57.50; Crispin M. Lee, Hamilton, $67.50; Bonnie Harrah, Gallatin, $27.50; Bradley Ewing, Trenton, $57.50; Stephen D. Berry, Gallatin, $57.50; Todd Shorten, Kirksville, $42.50; Mary K. Bright, Trenton, $42.50; Jessica D. Cecil, Gallatin, $27.50; Lacie Hail, Milan, $27.50; Natalie K. McFall, Bethany, $42.50; Galor

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Traffic Fines

The following are traffic cases which were heard in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County involving a plea of guilty without contest and payment by mail of the standard fine plus court costs. The total fines assessed for defendants who reside outside of Missouri was $1,478.50 for 21 tickets. The total fines assessed for defendants who reside in Missouri was $576 for 9 cases. Court costs

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Associate Circuit

Defendants found guilty in the Associate Division of the Circuit Court of Daviess County are listed below with the offense and fine assessed. Additionally, court costs collected for the State of Missouri amount to $66.50 for moving traffic violations and $114.50 in most criminal cases.

Eric D. Hoel, Kansas City, driving while suspended amended by prosecuting attorney to no valid license, 48 hours jail (board bill paid by defendant); left

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Sheriff’s Office

An investigation is in progress for a burglary at the home of Jayson A. Huskey of Jamesport in which an ATV and several guns were taken. The theft occurred between Dec. 19 and Dec. 22.

William Williams, 20, Topeka, Kan., was arrested Dec. 25 for the tampering first degree, class C felony, in connection with a stolen vehicle which was recovered at the Winston Truck Stop. The vehicle had been

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Election equipment bid accepted; Craig Smith resigns position

County Commission

County Commission

James Lewis, bridge supervisor, met with the commission reporting that they continue to make tube replacements. He also discussed progress on the equipment repairs.

Bills were audited and paid.

The commission discussed the bids for election equipment. A call from the Secretary of State’s office confirmed that the latest funding amount announced to the public would be available. At the recommendation of the county clerk, David

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City shoulders complaints on electric rate increase

Gallatin Board of Aldermen

The Gallatin Board of Aldermen carried a motion to approve a resolution amending the fiscal year 2005 budget to reflect actual expenditures during their regular meeting held Tuesday, Dec. 27, at city hall. After first and second readings, the board passed an ordinance adopting an annual budget for the fiscal year beginning on Jan. 1, 2006, appropriating funds pursuant thereto and setting salaries of city employees.

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