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DIVISION CASES

This information was filed last week in civil division of district court. If no address is listed, no address was available on court records.

U.S. Bank Trust National Association filed a petition June 7 seeking mortgage foreclosure against Elizabeth Pearson Stika.

Midland Funding filed a petition June 8 against Jishua Damon, Hillsboro, seeking $1,038.14 for unpaid credit card bills.

Vintage Bank Kansas filed a petition June 11 seeking mortgage foreclosure against John L. Loomis and Mindy R. Warnica.

Ocwen Loan Servicing filed a petition June 11 seeking mortgage foreclosure against Shawna J. Brown.

Kansas attorney general’s office filed a consent judgment June 11 with Terrence J. Rohleder and Mid-America Opportunity Research Enterprises Inc. to resolve a Consumer Protection Act issue. Rohleder, president of MORE, lives at Lehigh. The company, which offered work-from-home multi-level marketing services, formerly operated at Goessel and now operates at Newton. Under the judgment, Rohleder and MORE will pay a $10,000 civil penalty and a $54,424 investigation fee.

Colonial Savings filed a petition June 12 seeking mortgage foreclosure against Caleb J. Makovec.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. filed a petition June 15 seeking mortgage foreclosure against Leslie Byron McFadden and Carol A. McFadden.

Last modified June 28, 2018

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