SWEETWATER COUNTY — Judgments recorded in the 3rd Judicial District Court of Sweetwater County include:

Stacey Lynn Ruffing vs. Donald Bryan Buckley, Oct. 27, order on amended request for waiver of filing fees.

Cecilia Ann Gibson vs. Joseph Edwin Gibson, Oct. 28, order on motion for forgiveness of arrears.

LSF8 Master Participation Trust, by Caliber Home Loans Inc., solely in its capacity as servicer vs. David Holman and Marla Holman, Oct. 28, default judgment and order allowing foreclosure and sale.

State of Wyoming, Department of Family Services, vs. Kay-Lynn M. Mason and Bradley Baugh, Oct. 28, order to establish paternity, custody, visitation and child support. Baugh was ordered to pay $225 per month in child support.

Express Collections Inc. vs. Kathie R. Valdez, Oct. 31, order registering foreign judgment.

Aaron Thomas Wostrel vs. Rebekah Susan Wostrel, Nov. 1, judgment of civil contempt and order on jurisdiction. Aaron Wostrel was ordered to pay Rebekah Wostrel $3,771.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. William M. Court and Stacey Court, Nov. 1, order suspending child support.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. George B. Knoll III and Clara D. Knoll, Nov. 1, order suspending child support.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Larae L. Moeller and Rocky S. Moeller, Nov. 1, order reinstating child support.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Isabel Cortez, Nov. 1, order suspending child support.

Orel Georgina Birch, Nov. 1, order for change of name and amendment of vital record to Georgina Orel Hysell.

State of Wyoming, ex rel., state of Washington, vs. Tamara S. Eaton, Nov. 1, order to dismiss.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Alisha N. McArthur and Michael B. Edwards, Nov. 1, order to consolidate.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Alina S. Avery and Cody L. Bowles, Nov. 3, order establishing paternity and support and reimbursement and income withholding order. Bowles was ordered to pay $380 per month in child support and $40 per month toward arrears.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Steven J. Kennis, Nov. 3, stipulated order for temporary support and reimbursement and income withholding order. Kennis ordered to pay $200 per month in child support and $25 per month toward arrears.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Nicole S. Bryson, Nov. 4, order suspending child support.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Kristi L. Wright, Nov. 4, order suspending child support.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Amber M. Garcia, Nov. 4, order reinstating child support.

Timothy Allen Habdas vs. Cassie Pueblo Habdas, Nov. 7, stipulated divorce decree. Timothy Allen Habdas was ordered to pay $885 per month in child support and $100 per month toward arrears.

John Allen Styvar vs. Felicia Darlene Styvar, now known as Felicia Darlene Smith, Nov. 8, stipulated order regarding custody and visitation.

Salomon Corona vs. Karen E. Corona, Nov. 8, order to stop withholding income for alimony.

Trista Marie Kronfuss vs. Aaron Chester Kronfuss, Nov. 8, order to withhold income for child support.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Vernice L. Davis and Steven J. Lamorie, Nov. 8, stipulated order modifying custody, support and visitation. Lamorie was ordered to pay $100 per month in child support and $50 per month toward arrears.

Danny Cavasos Jr. vs. Victoria Francesca Valdez, Nov. 8, notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice.

Kathleen Holler and Saverio Digangi vs. Michael Jewkes, Nov. 10, order of dismissal with prejudice.

State of Wyoming vs. Deryle Dean Valerio, Nov. 10, order to dismiss without prejudice.

State of Wyoming vs. Samuel Campos, Nov. 10, order denying defendant’s request for sentence modification.

State of Wyoming vs. Stacey Mae Vernon, Nov. 10, judgment and sentence. Vernon pleaded guilty to conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, methamphetamine. She received an 18- to 24- month prison sentence with 153 days credit.

Wyoming Supreme Court ruling regarding Gabriel Augustine Tate vs. state of Wyoming, Nov. 14, mandate affirming judgment.

Hollie Telford vs. state of Wyoming, Nov. 15, order denying motion for extension of time.

State of Wyoming vs. one 2008 Ford Mustang, Nov. 15, order vacating hearing and dismissing action.

State of Wyoming vs. Colton Scott Martinez, Nov. 15, order of revocation of probation. Martinez received four- years supervised probation with 838 days credit.

State of Wyoming vs. Mariah Arlene McQueen, Nov. 15, judgment and sentence. McQueen pleaded guilty to theft. She received a suspended six- month jail sentence with three days credit and six months of unsupervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Kristi Patten Gale, also known as Kristi Seavolt, Nov. 16, judgment and sentence. Gale pleaded guilty to theft. She received a suspended seven- to 10- year prison sentence with three days credit and five years of supervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Ashley Dawn Peden, Nov. 16, order suspending proceedings. Peden pleaded guilty to theft and conspiracy to commit burglary. She received concurrent six-month and three-year terms of supervised probation with 113 days credit.

State of Wyoming vs. Christopher Lee Hagemann, Nov. 16, order suspending proceedings. Hagemann pleaded no contest to felonious restraint and guilty to unlawful contact without bodily injury and domestic battery. He received two suspended six- month jail sentences with two days credit and six months of supervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Clayton Michael Palmen, Nov. 16, judgment and sentence. Palmen pleaded guilty to escape from official detention. He received a suspended two- to three- years prison sentence with three years of supervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Michael James Maestas, Nov. 16, judgment and sentence. Maestas pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, no more than 3 ounces. He received a suspended four- to five- year prison sentence with two days credit and three years of supervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. John Leslie Chapman, Nov. 16, order denying motion to docket and reinstate appeal on original charge of conspiracy and aggravated assault.

Amco Insurance Company vs. Rocky Mountain Climate Control, Nov. 16, order denying defendant’s motion for summary judgment as to plaintiff’s negligence cause of action and related subrogation claim.

Hollie Telford and Marti Lundahl vs. Century Link, Nov. 16, order of dismissal.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Jessica M. Hill and Debin I. Punches, Nov. 16, judgment and order to modify child support. Debin was ordered to pay $50 per month in child support.

Wells Fargo Equipment Finance Inc. vs. Ace West N2 Pumping Inc. and Menno Hershberger, Nov. 16, default judgment. Ace West N2 Pumping Inc. and Hershberger were ordered to pay Wells Fargo $678,151.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Michael J. Martinez, Nov. 16, stipulated judgment and order of civil contempt. Martinez to pay $200 per month toward arrears.

Natalie Dawn Sanchez vs. Kreston Michael Sanchez, Nov. 16, stipulated judgment and order to modify child support. Sanchez was ordered to pay $455 per month in child support and $100 toward arrears.

Cherylnn Charles Jones, Nov. 16, order granting change of name to Cheryll Charles Legault.

Mary Leah Zebre, Alice Butts and Cecilia Zebre vs. George Zebre, Nov. 17, order granting partial judgment.

State of Wyoming vs. Alta Margaret Hughes, Nov. 17, order of revocation of probation. Hughes received a three- to four- year jail sentence with 205 days credit.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Annika L. Lee and Dustin C. Beam, Nov. 17, order vacating hearing and dismissing action.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Misty Muckley and Patrick N. Felcyn, Nov. 17, order releasing Felcyn.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Morgan R. Silva and Patrick N. Felcyn, Nov. 21, order releasing Felcyn and stipulated order forgiving child support arrears.

State of Wyoming vs. Patrick Alan Renz, Nov. 18, judgment and sentence. Renz pleaded guilty to failure to register. He received six-month and two- to three-year jail sentence with 132 days credit and six-month and five-year terms of supervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Bazil Goicolea, Nov. 18, judgment and sentence. Goicolea pleaded guilty to first-degree sexual assault, use or possession of firearm while committing a felony and aggravated assault and battery. He received a 12- to 25-year and two seven- to 10-year prison sentences with 231 days credit.

State of Wyoming vs. Allen Matthew Harrison, Nov. 18, order suspending proceedings. Harrison pleaded guilty to wrongful taking or disposing of property. He received five years of supervised probation with eight days credit.

State of Wyoming, DFS vs. Erica A. Hansen, Nov. 18, order suspending child support.

State of Wyoming vs. Jeremy Thomas Hall, Nov. 21, order to dismiss with prejudice.

State of Wyoming, ex rel., state of Idaho vs. Daniel L. Bezzant, Nov. 21, stipulated order forgiving child support arrears and income withholding order. Bezzant was ordered to pay $813 per month in child support.

State of Wyoming vs. Brian Dean Pring, Nov. 22, judgment and sentence. Pring pleaded no contest to obtaining property by false pretenses. He received a one- to three- year prison sentence with 238 days credit.

State of Wyoming vs. Anthony William Hall, Nov. 22, order for early discharge from probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Shawn James Murray, Nov. 22, judgment and sentence. Murray pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, more than 3 ounces. He received a suspended three- to five- year prison sentence with three years of supervised probation.

State of Wyoming vs. Colton Scott Martinez, Nov. 22, Martinez pleaded guilty to failure to register, first offense. He received an 18- to 36-month sentence with 109 days credit.

State of Wyoming vs. Cody Lee Bowles, Nov. 29, judgment and sentence. Bowles pleaded guilty to obtaining property by false pretenses. He received a suspended four- to seven- year prison sentence with one day credit and four years of supervised probation.

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