You choose, we deliver
If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette. Go to www.journalgazette.net/newsletter and pick the subjects you care most about. We'll deliver your customized daily news report at 3 a.m. Fort Wayne time, right to your email.

Courts

  • No contact with kids for 6 years, court rules
    Marian Clark and her husband, Robert Boyko, had a house in Monroeville. But it was in such disrepair that a family friend was going to gut it, free of charge, and replace the appliances and countertops and fix it up.
  • Couple gets probation in neglect case
    Marian Clark and Robert Boyko escaped spending time behind bars for keeping their children in squalid and unsafe conditions in a Fort Wayne hotel room.
  • McGauley named Superior Court executive
    John D. McGauley has been named court executive of Allen Superior Court, Chief Judge Wendy Davis announced today.
Advertisement

Veteran Allen court magistrate Linsky steps aside

– Longtime Allen Superior Court Magistrate Marcia L. Linsky resigned Tuesday.

Linsky, a former Allen County deputy prosecutor, handled misdemeanor cases and ordinance violations in the court’s misdemeanor and traffic division alongside Magistrate Robert E. Ross.

According to Superior Court Judge Fran Gull, head of the court’s criminal division, Linsky began her work as a magistrate in 1999.

She was hired at the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office in October 1988.

Gull declined to discuss Linsky’s abrupt resignation or why she may have left, describing it as a private personnel matter.

Linsky’s busy courtroom is being staffed by other Allen Superior Court magistrates and judges until a replacement is found.

rgreen@jg.net

Advertisement