Latest Douglas County court filings for May 13, 2019

photo by: Chris Conde/Journal-World File Photo

The Douglas County Courthouse at 1100 Massachusetts St., which houses the county government, is shown on Sept. 15, 2018.


Matthew C. Tait, 40, Lawrence, and Allison Marie Wilson, 31, Lawrence.

Catherine Michelle Mebane, 45, Baldwin City, and Toby Eugene Williamson, 49, Baldwin City.

Elizabeth Suso, 35, Lawrence, and Harry Muldrow II, 31, Topeka.

Derek Tyler Dix, 26, Lawrence, and Elizabeth Ann Rein, 26, Lawrence.

Kyle Ray Smith, 26, Platte City, Mo., and Kristen Alexandra Bryan, 22, Platte City, Mo.

John Palmgren, 23, Lawrence, and Natasha Hurt, 22, Lawrence.

Aaron Milo Kimball Story, 37, Lawrence, and Mackenzie Faith Corlis, 20, Lawrence.

Cody Michael Leal, 32, Lawrence, and Caroline Grace Gernhart, 27, Lawrence.

Jason Worley, 39, Lawrence, and Stacey Nicole Newman, 33, Lawrence.

James D. Henderson, 40, Lawrence, and Colleen N. Bryant, 34, Lawrence.

Jacqueline Hartford, 53, Lawrence, and Aaron Phillip Mitcham, 53, Lawrence.

Douglas Andrew Stremel, 57, Lawrence, and Eliza Darmon, 40, Lawrence.

Allan Perry, 49, Lawrence, and Michelle Berry, 48, Lecompton.

Jacob Osmar Wilson, 45, Augusta, Maine, and Anna Marie Masciadri, 37, Augusta, Maine.


John Arthur Travis Jr., Pade, W.Va., and Jerriann Travis, Lawrence.

Justin Barnett, Perry, and Jordan R. Barnett, Eudora.

Molly Rials, Lawrence, and Quentin Rials, Lawrence.

Andrew J. Liba, Lecompton, and Rosilin Liba, Lawrence.


Louis Alexander Elliott III, 3323 Iowa St., Lot 323, Lawrence.

Steven Michael Hirsch, 2300 Wakarusa Drive, E2, Lawrence.

Sean Michael Hicks, 326 Locust St., Apt. 1, Lawrence.


The Douglas County sheriff holds a public auction of foreclosed property at 10 a.m. every Thursday in the jury assembly room of the Douglas County Courthouse. Anyone can bid, including the previous owner.

Marcellena Lamb, 629 Durham Court, Lawrence. Judgment: $152,034.


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