COUNTY JAIL DOCKET (The following people were booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail on felony charges yet to be proven in court.): Christopher Sims, 45, Daytona Beach, tampering with electronic monitoring device, grand theft; Jeremy D. Maddox, 35, Holly Hill, court violation (4); Danielle M. Duguay, 40, Daytona Beach, racketeering violation, conspiracy to commit racketeering, principal dealing in stolen property, grand theft; Daniel J. Conway, 48, South Daytona , racketeering violation, conspiracy to commit racketeering, dealing in stolen property (2), grand theft, possession of paraphernalia; Paul R. Paradis, 55, Vero Beach, racketeering violation, conspiracy to commit racketeering, dealing in stolen property (3), grand theft (6); Amelia C. Lapallo, 24, Port Orange, racketeering violation, conspiracy to commit racketeering, dealing in stolen property (7), principal grand theft (2); Richard G. Hill, 51, Port Orange, racketeering violation, conspiracy to commit racketeering, dealing in stolen property (4); Charvikka L. Wiley, 27, Holly Hill, court violation; William R. Thorne, 52, Edgewater, possession of sexual performance by a child enhanced (30); Karen C. Degenaro, 41, Holly Hill, failure to appear (2), petty theft of a merchant; Elvis Y. Alvarez, 37, DeLand, court violation; Jaquis T. Davis, 22, Ormond Beach, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, no valid driver’s license; Jorge A. Duron, 21, Pierson, court violation; Jennifer J. Connors, 38, Ormond Beach, failure to appear (4); Krystyn K. Prewitt, 29, Deltona, possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia; Krystal M. Stacey, 31, Ormond Beach, court violation (4); Bryanna R. Daley, 27, DeLand, possession of cocaine; Richard N. Lajoie, 45, DeLand, court violation; Marvin Forbes, 46, Kississee, failure to appear; Jazz M. Daniels, 31, Bartow, violation of community control; Marianne Albert, 60, Ormond Beach, grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, obtaining property by fraud less than $20,000; Raymond M. Jones, 26, Daytona Beach, grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, grand theft, dealing in stolen property (2), false owner information used to pawn items less than $300; Michelle E. Gross, 37, Deltona, driving with driver’s license canceled, suspended or revoked; Michael L. Rauscher, 40, Daytona Beach, domestic battery by strangulation, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment, tampering with a witness; Ledarius D. Herbert, 35, Daytona Beach, court violation, trespassing on property other than a structure or conveyance; William J. Caldwell, 31, Daytona Beach, corruption by threat against public official, open container of alcohol in public place; Charles Elder, 48, New Smyrna, career offender failure to register or provide information, failure to appear (3); William R. Stroud, 27, Orange City, burglary of an unoccupied structure, dealing in stolen property (3); Michael W. Camden, 29, Deltona, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, sale or possession with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a child care facility or school, failure to appear; Calvin B. Blake, 52, Daytona Beach, burglary of a structure or conveyance (2); Jennifer Rodriguez, 29, New Smyrna, battery, possession of cocaine; Kevin J. Williams, 39, Daytona Beach, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

SUITS: Miguels Auto Repairs LLC v. Jeffrey Dan Cassell, enforcement of sale; Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. v. Della J. Bourke, real property; Perry A. Byrd v. Erick A. Cox, premises liability commercial; Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. v. Michael Stitley, real property; US Bank Trust NA v. Chad Schohl, real property; HSBC Bank USA NA v. Rafael Wilson Jr., real property; Roberto Compuzano v. American Integrity Insurance Co., insurance claim; Cit Bank NA v. Unknown Heirs Devisees Etc. of Doris E. Bratton, real property; Cit Bank NA v. Germaine Vogle, real property; United States of America v. Dawn L. Wilcox, real property; Riverside Condominium Association of DeBary v. Gerald Shaffer Jr., real property; Riverside Condominium Association of DeBary v. Matthew J. Wren, real property; TD Bank NA v. Craig Smith, in excess of $15,000; Patrick Walston v. State Farm Florida Insurance Co., insurance claim; Bayberry Lakes Homeowners Association Inc. v. Valerie A. Buchanan, real property; Karen Miller v. Security First Insurance Co., insurance claim; Selene Finance LP v. Chad Michael Johnson, real property; Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB v. All Unknown Heirs Ets. of Danice Englehardt, real property; Cavalry SPV I LLC v. Thomas A. Libby, in excess of $15,000; Allen Blair Espy v. Bruce Gian Poli, auto negligence; Hertz Corp. v. Darrell Lake, auto negligence; Americredit Financial Services Inc. v. David Bailey, other; Universal Property & Casualty Insurance v. Sohail Kakezai, in excess of $15,000.

MARRIAGES: Kristi J. Conklin, South Daytona, and Michael J. Ousterman Sr., Port Orange; Bill Rukan and Raina C. Mayer, Daytona Beach; Mary L. Pearsall, South Daytona, and Robert A. Fretter, Kenton, Michigan; Faith R. Lawson and Stephen P. Devito, Port Orange; George A. Gail Bowman, New Smyrna Beach, and Robert A. Aberle, Edgewater; Stefanie N. Dietrich and Joseph A. Stark, Daytona Beach; Evin M. Rubio and Solliett M. Cortez-Rubio, Deltona; Lisa M. Altieri, Orange City, and Zi Qi Huang, Toronto, Canada; Ayrrion L. Turner and Frankie B. Thompson, Daytona Beach.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS STARTED: Evan v. Erin Jones; Troy N. v. Dana L. Theisen; Thomas A. v. Melanie S. Sumner Main; Federick Gonzalez v. Maria F. Lopez Vaja.

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS GRANTED: Elsa and Jesse ONeill; Thomac C. Jr. and Beverly M. Kelley.

BIRTHS:

RODRIGUEZ-JEFFREY: Edwins and Nicole Rodriguez-Jeffrey, Holly Hill, are the parents of a son weighing 7 pounds, 4 ounces, born at 7:42 a.m., on May 24, 2018, at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Daytona Beach.

YELVINGTON: Tyler and Katie Yelvington, Deltona, are the parents of a son weighing 8 pounds, 10 ounces, born at 6:05 p.m., on May 22, 2018, at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Daytona Beach.

Beyond the insults and brinksmanship that contributed to the cancellation of the historic meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un was the seeming reluctance from North Korea to actually proceed with plans for the summit, which had been destined to take place in Singapore on June 12.