Latest Douglas County court filings for Sept. 16, 2019

photo by: Chris Conde

The Douglas County Courthouse is pictured in September 2018.

Marriages

Saman Schumock Hiesberger, 29, Lawrence, and David Matthew Shupe, 34, Lawrence.

Bingyao Han, 25, and Ying Yi Zhou, 21, Lawrence.

Michael Raymond Albert, 50, Raymore, Mo., and Stephanie Nichole Brungardt, 36, Raymore, Mo.

Sunny Dawn Thompson, 26, Lawrence, Joshua Allen Smart, 28, Lawrence.

John Christian Gala Santiago, 28, Lawrence, and Yen Hong Tran, 31, Lawrence.

Bradley Chet Hager, 28, Overland Park, and Katie Ann Kelley, 31, Overland Park.

Keegan S. Russell, 25, Lawrence, and Shannon Foster, 25, Lawrence.

Erin Williams, 29, Lawrence, and Robert Frederick Talley, 43, Lawrence.

Savannah R. Smith, 23, Lawrence, and Salman Khan, 29, Lawrence.

Emily R. White, 41, Lawrence, and Jose Alonso Terrazas, 39, Lawrence.

Christian Michael Varnado, 26, Lawrence, and Crystal Gutierrez, 26, Lawrence.

Zane Logan Phillips, 21, Baldwin City, and Sydney Elizabeth Haugh, 21, Topeka.

William Admussen, 25, Chicago, Ill., and Hannah Bannister, 24, Chicago, Ill.

Braden Phillips, 27, Tonganoxie, and Amanda Laffler, 26, Tonganoxie.

Divorces

Danielle Elizabeth Hardesty, 23, Lawrence, and Matthew Douglas Hall, 20, Lawrence.

Lynda C. Kitsmiller, 44, Lawrence, and Matthew L. Kitsmiller, 43, Lawrence.

Bankruptcies

Caleb Allen Moses and Minnetta Marie Moses, 821 Newton St., Baldwin City.

Zachariah Robert Davis, 1403 Apple Lane, #24, Lawrence.

Mary Cathren Montgomery, 2412 Morningside Drive, Lawrence.

Foreclosures

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.

October 3, 2019

Cody L. Simecka, 3641 W. 10th St., Lawrence. Judgement: $110,956.

Loren Dale Baldwin, 596 North 1200 Road, Lawrence. Judgement: $56,687.

Eugene Novak, 1212 Oak St., Eudora. Judgement: $123,733.

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