January 13

Maryann F. Williams, Leipsic, and Randall S. Williams, Leipsic, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Jan. 6, 1990 in Houston, Texas, and have no minor children.

January 14

Jason L. Clapper Jr., 21, Lima, was found in violation of supervision for failing to successfully complete the WORTH Center program. He must complete the WORTH Center program, obtain a GED and employment. His driver’s license was suspended for six months. He was originally convicted of trafficking in drugs (marijuana).

Jacob Garrick, 21, Ottawa, was sentenced to 30 days jail for violating the terms of supervision. The violations included using counterfeit money to purchase goods or services on more than one occasion in the Putnam County area last December, failing to contact his supervising officer to reschedule a missed appointment and possessing, using and or having under his control one or more firearms and ammunition. He was given credit for one day served, placed on three years community control, must undergo drug and alcohol use monitoring and pay restitution of $25,734.62. He was originally convicted of theft over $7,500.

January 16

Melissa Frater, Pandora, and Jason Frater, Findlay, were granted a dissolution of marriage. They were married Sept. 6, 2011 in Ottawa, and have no children.

New Cases

Lawrence E. Kisseberth, Ottawa, v. Jodi L. Kisseberth, Dayton; complaint for partition of real property.

Pam Watkins, Pandora, and Jeffery E. Watkins, Ottawa; dissolution of marriage without children.

Beneficial Financial 1, Inc., Elmhurst, Ill., v. Timothy Korte, Ottawa, and Heather G. Wells, Pandora; foreclosure.

Bank of America, Plano, Texas, v. John Duncan, Leipsic, and Tammy Duncan, Leipsic; foreclosure.

Kimberly G. Critten, Vaughnsville, v. Steven E. Critten, Vaughnsville; divorce with children.