2017-10-12 / Court News

34th Circuit Court

Judge Robert W. Bennett presided in 34th Circuit Court, Roscommon, Sept. 14:

No. 17-72-3516, Keith J. Stone­braker vs. Rhonda Stonebraker, divorce judgment granted, submitted and signed; No. 17-72-3480, Roscommon County vs. William Oliver, et al, judge signed first amended consent judgment (case settled); No. 17-72-3428, Terry Brown vs. LVNV Funding, LLC, et al, final or­der or judgment filed (default judgment) for quiet title; No. 17-72-3568, Edmond Lipon Jr. and Joan C. Lipon vs. Robert Peterson, default judgment submitted and signed; No. 17-72-3587, Thomas F. Klonowski and Laurel A. Klonowski vs. Kurt P. Gilbert and Julie A. Gilbert, for reasons placed on the record, plaintiff’s preliminary injunction granted and the judge signed a pretrial scheduling order (no alternative dispute resolution was ordered); No. 17-72-3482, Kimberly Odorico vs. Rico Odorico, divorce grant­ed (judgment submitted and signed); No. 17-72-3544, Michael A. Scott vs. Angela F. Scott, judge signed domestic pre­trial scheduling order and an order for alternative dispute resolution; No. 17- 72-3575, Norm Kasubowski, et al, vs. Anthony Zografos, judge signed pretrial scheduling order and an order for civil mediation; No. 17-72-3599, Keenan M. Williams vs. Sury D. Williams, divorce judgment granted, submitted and signed; No. 17-72-3474, Leonard Yenglin vs. Brandy Yenglin and Nathan Yenglin, default judgment submitted and signed regarding Nathan Yenglin only; No. 14- 72-2037, Gimmy G. Tress vs. Roscom­mon County Road Commission, et al, amended judgment submitted and signed (amended judgment to vacate a portion of the plat of Hillcrest); and No. 16-72- 3286, Penny Turk vs. Arthur J. Jensen and Denton Township, bench warrant authorized and issued for Arthur Jen­sen for failure to appear for show cause hearing and the plaintiff was granted a request to remove “property flags.”

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