Records for the week of June 28-July 5 include the issuance of marriage license applications in the Columbia County Clerk’s Office and divorce cases filed in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office.
Marriage licenses issued:
Hunter Ray Wilkes, 18, of Minden, La., to Alexis Grace Nolte, 18, of Taylor, June 28.
Brian J. Ard, 40, of Magnolia to Heather LeeAnn Baxley, 30, of Magnolia, July 2.
Dakota Daniel Fields, 27, of Magnolia to Ashley Elizabeth Almand, 28, of Magnolia, July 2.
Michael DWayne Mallory, 26, of Magnolia to Marketa Marshae Moore, 19, of Waldo, July 2.
Harry Hardiman, 61, of Waldo to Shanta L. Hills, 45, of Waldo, July 3.
Corey James Mondello, 26, of Shreveport, La., to Brittany Kaylene Estrada, 26, of Springhill, La., July 5.
Dean Lenier Street, 55, of Oklahoma City, Okla., to Janice Michelle Hardiman, 46, of Oklahoma City, Okla., July 5.
Divorce cases filed:
Tresie Carter v. William Carter, June 28.
Civil suits filed June 28-July 5 in the Columbia County Circuit Clerk’s Office:
Capital One Bank v. Samantha Roberson, seller-plaintiff debt collection July 2.
Capital One Bank v. Debra Hopkins, seller-plaintiff debt collection, July 2.
Credit Acceptance Corp. v. Amanda Terrell, et al, contract-other, July 2.
State of Arkansas v. Jarred McDaniel, property forfeiture, July 2.
Civil and Small Claims suits filed June 28-July 4 in the Columbia County District Court:
RMC of America v. Onnie Beasley, debt collection, $251.86.
RMC of America v. Maurice Jones, debt collection, $303.
RMC of America v. Baronda Owens, debt collection, $1,228.
RMC of America v. Samantha Talley, debt collection, $1,782.98.
RMC of America v. Mabel Turner, debt collection, $1,111,51.
RMC of America v. Jacenthia Wright, debt collection, $383.
Navy Federal Credit Union v. Amber B. Primm, debt collection, $2,760.29.
Midland Funding LLC v. Cynthia Boggan, debt collection, $2,330.61.
RMC of America v. Betty Loudermill, debt collection, $888.78.
RMC of America v. Miya Lewis, debt collection, $345.89.
Recent area bankruptcy filings, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as drawn from United States District Bankruptcy Court papers.
MAGNOLIA Arazo Wesley Cooper, 17 Dorothy, June 28, 2019, Chapter 13.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceeding generally refer to the liquidation of a company that continues to operate while financial matters are settled. Chapter 11 bankruptcy frees a company from creditors lawsuits while it reorganizes its finances. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is available to individuals who promise to repay as many debtors as possible from available income.