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Information for the court news is gathered from public records at the Harrison County Justice Center and Court House. The charges listed here do not always include persons who have not yet been notified of the alleged offense. All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty or pleading guilty in court.

Dispositions

Heather Maldonado, 27, 2000 block of S.R. 337 NW, Corydon, public intoxication – endangers her life, 180-day sentence with credit for two days, 178 days suspended, one year probation.

Tabitha Renee Hurst, 29, 8200 block of Thornbury Drive, New Salisbury, public intoxication – endangers her life, 180-day sentence with credit for two days, 178 days suspended, one year probation.

Eric James Waters, 33, 2200 block of Mount Tabor Road, Depauw, possession of methamphetamine – this is the basic offense and for any amount below 5 grams, 540-day sentence with credit for 476 days.

Joseph G. Ferguson, 38, Fort Branch, conversion of a motor vehicle, 910-day sentence with credit for 466 days, 360 days suspended, 360 days probation.

Eric DeWayne Crum, 32, New Albany, possession of a narcotic drug, 912-day sentence with credit for 111 days, 690 days suspended, 690 days probation.

Wishes C. Bordine, Saginaw, Mich., 19, possession of methamphetamine – this is the basic offense and for any amount below 5 grams; 910-day sentence with credit of 169 days, 545 days suspended. Possession of marijuana, 180-day sentence with 180 days suspended, to run consecutive with prior sentence; two years probation.

Sarah Richelle Williams, 37, New Albany, basic offense for dealing in a Schedule II controlled substance, 730-day sentence with credit for 97 days, 536 days suspended, 536 days probation.

Michael Paul Swift, 36, New Albany, domestic battery committed in the presence of a child less than 16 years old, 725-day sentence with credit for 85 days, 545 days suspended, 1-1/2 years suspended, no-contact order issued. Criminal recklessness committed with a deadly weapon; one-year sentence with one year suspended, no-contact order issued, to run consecutive with prior sentence.

Diversions

The following cases have been referred to the prosecutor’s pre-trial diversion program. If the terms of the program are met, the charges will be dismissed after a year:

Anthony Gohl, 41, Louisville, knowingly possesses an instrument, a pipe, used for introducing into a person

Paul W. Humphrey Jr., 32, 13500 block of Cory-
don-Ramsey Road, Palmyra, driving while suspended with a prior, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia

Stephen Gage Howell, 36, French Lick, unlawful possession or use of a legend drug (three counts), disorderly conduct – engages in fighting or tumultuous conduct

Kelly N. Buford, 47, 1000 block of Black Oak Court, Corydon, possession of methamphetamine – this is the basic offense and for any amount below 5 grams

Linda Drumm, 54, Taylorsville, Ky., theft

John M. Handy, 62, Taylorsville, Ky., theft

Debra Jean Campbell, 55, 1400 block of S.R. 337 SE, Corydon, possession of methamphetamine – this is the basic offense and for any amount below 5 grams, possession of paraphernalia

Dissolutions
of marriage

Hayley Green (name restored to Belcher) and Patrick Green

Kayla Tackett and Eddie Tackett

Kimberley Tackett and Eddie Keith Tackett

Donald Brunner and Miranda Brunner (name restored to Sterling)

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