Latest Douglas County court filings for Sept. 2, 2019

photo by: Chris Conde

The Douglas County Courthouse is pictured in September 2018.

Marriages

Matthew Craig Unruh, 40, Lawrence, and Brooke Michelle Burgett, 35, Lawrence.

Mike Jason Hughes, 41, Lawrence, and Kristy Sue Dalaba, 32, Lawrence.

Joshua Earl Lauer, 34, Lawrence, and Ashley Jo Guarino, 35, Lawrence.

Andrew Talbert, 28, Olathe, and Chloe Portela, 26, Lawrence.

Sean Michael Chiles, 27, Lawrence, and Chelsie Nicole C. Vasquez, 22, Lawrence.

Jeremy Lee Deshazo, 43, Tonganoxie, and Barbara Ann Tarver, 48, Tonganoxie.

Michael Shane Abram, 50, Eudora, and Deanna Marie Berry, 46, Eudora.

Jefferey Platz, 52, Lawrence, and Robyn Adams, 46, Waynesville, Mo.

Cory Wayne Whitebread, 35, Lawrence, and Noriel Orsolino Mendoza, 29, Lawrence.

Divorces

Donald Alan Pratt, Baldwin City, and Kimberly Ann Pratt, 45, Baldwin City.

Bankruptcies

Sue Ann McConnell, 4608 Wimbledon Drive, Lawrence.

Anthony Michael Perry, 704 Chapel St., Apt. 207, Baldwin City.

John G.K. Cobb and Holly Ann Cobb, 444 Eldridge St., Lawrence.

Leroy Ernest Wetzel, Jr., and Geraldine Theresa Wetzel, 2100 Heatherwood Drive, #E-1, Lawrence.

Elizabeth Rowena Bilings, 3323 Iowa St., #443, Lawrence.

Heather Michelle Zepeda, 1716 College St., Baldwin City.

Charles Ray Hightower, Jr., and Jennifer Christine Hightower, 5000 Clinton Parkway, Apt. 906, Lawrence.

Michelle Leigh Watson, 941 Renaissance Drive, Lawrence.

Keneth James Gardner, 327 W. 26th St., Eudora.

Cory Lawrence Hines, 204 N. 1700 Road, Lecompton.

Michaela Carmen McCart, 319 Michigan St., Lawrence.

Adrienne Alberta Baars, 2013 E. 30th St., Lawrence.

Foreclosures

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

No new foreclosures in Douglas County.

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