JEFFERSON COUNTY JAIL
February 17, 2021
Mary H. Ritchie, 57, on a Jefferson County warrant for Failure to Appear. Bond $500 cash.
February 19, 2021
Eugene Joseph Sanchez, 34, for Possession of Methamphetamine, a Level 6 Felony. Bond $1,000 cash.
Rodolfo Rangel Diaz, 44, to serve three days jail for probation violation. No bond.
Elizabeth AnnVanwanseele, 40, on a Jefferson County parole violation warrant and to hold for another county. No bond,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mildred L. Callis and Estate of Cleve R. Callis to Mildred L. Callis, 2000+ North 300 East, Madison.
Ronald F. and Vicky L. Geyman to Nigel Andrew and Shannon Nicole Johnson, 3891 North Old State Road 62, Madison.
Donald and Vickie L. Lockridge to Cobb Resource Group LLC, 247 Hendricks Street, Madison.
Cobb Resource Group LLC to Dandy Dwellings LLC, 247 Hendricks Street, Madison.
Mark E. Nay to Benny Miller, 8837 North Canaan Main Street, Madison.
Dolores Spoonmore to Albert C. and Mildred L. Fernald, 1838 Gullion Drive, Madison.
Brian Marshall to D. Wolf Enterprises LLC, 516 and 518 Green Road.
Delbert Jeffrey Abbot and Mary A. Shaw to Delbert Jeffrey Abbott, 2211 Ross Street, Madison.
Patty T. Imel to Rodney D. Imel, 3578 North Rykers Ridge Road, Madison.
Anna Conover and Anna Hunt (formerly known) to Robert Aaron and Amanda Gay and Joyce Marie and Robert Errol Gay, 2986 South State Road 62, Hanover.
John J. Bird and John J. Bird Family Trust to Paulette Boncutter and Steward A. and Kimberly A. Hizey, 602 East Second Street.
Kenton I. Mahoney to Kenton I. and Logan Brooke Mahoney, 1716 Taylor Street, Madison.
Jacob Robert Dart to Jacob Robert and Sara Louise Clerkin Dart, 15680 West 450 North, Deputy.
Jerry W. Rusk and Beatrice Rusk to Jeffrey L. Holcroft, Jeffrey L. Holcroft Family Trust and Holcroft Family Trust, Jeffrey L., 1936 Wilson Avenue.
John Alan and Teresa Elaine Shipman to Tiffany L. and Monte L. Sever, 1639 North 600 West, Madison.
Jennifer Nicole Giltner to Mark A. Henry, 2815 North 300 East, Madison.
Indiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church Inc. and Dupont United Methodist Church to Jerry Briner, 6950 West Main Street, Dupont.
JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place.
The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are listed. All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at 812-273-1942.
Jan. 3-9, 2021
Captain D’s — Complaint: Complaint was received stating that employees are working while waiting for COVID test results to come back. This should not be the case, employees should be put off work until the results are in. The manager explained the process she goes through with her employees and everything she explained seems to be handled in the correct way.
Chelsea General Store: Pre-operational. No violations.
Red on Main: One critical, an open gallon of milk was found in the walk-in cooler without a date listed on it.
Shipley’s Tavern: One non-critical.
Jan. 10-15, 2021
Britany’s Brick Oven Pizza: No violations.
Circle K, 1219 Clifty Drive — Complaint: A customer complaint was received stating that employees were not following the mask mandate. During the complaint inspection I observed one employee without a mask. However, this particular employee has a medical excuse and runs the cash register, she does not work in the food area.
Craft Coffee: One critical. The scoop for the ice machines needs a protective barrier to sit it on while it’s not being used. One non-critical.
Dollar General Store, 601 Clifty Drive — Complaint. A complaint was received that the toilet in the bathroom was backed up with the toilet not working properly, employees have to go off the premises to use the bathroom during their shift. A working restroom is required for employees to use while working. One critical, Restrooms are unavailable to employees at this time. One non-critical.
El Nopal — Two critical, one non-critical. In the two-door prep cooler, raw beef was observed stored over raw fish. These products should be switched when stored in a cooler. An open gallon of milk was found in the cooler near the ice machine and it did not have an opened date listed on it.
Indian Trails: Three non-critical.
Jefferson County Jail Canteen: No violations.
McDonalds of Hanover: Four non-critical.
Rally’s: Three non-critical.
The Red Pepperoni: One critical, two non-critical and two repeats. Ventilation panels have accumulated dust and debris and need to be cleaned.
Walmart: One critical, two non-critical and one repeat. A light light fixture in the bakery area is missing its cover, the cover needs to be replaced.