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17-DP-0984 — Elise N. Adkins, 209 E. Grand Ave. v. Keith A. Adkins, 217 Bellaire Ave.; petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0985 — Bunita Kyle, 458 N. Bechtle Ave. v. Brandon Craycraft, 458 Bechtle Ave.; petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0986 — Cory Lanham, 1313 Perry St. v. Becky Hayes, 1914 Charles St.; petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DP-0987 —Christie McFadden, 2475 Mechanicsburg Road v. Jeremy Merriman, 2645 Casey Drive; petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-CV-0621 — Heartland Federal Credit Union, Dayton v. Ronald B. White II, 718 Rodgers Drive; plaintiff demands judgment in the sum of $17,456.05.

17-CV-0624 —Ditech Financial LLC Tempe, Ariz. v. Scott A. Anderson, 3156 Columbus Road; complaint in foreclosure for $23,299.87.

17-CV-0625 — Rubbennie Stephens, 1750 S. York St. v. Garrison Property and Casualty Insurance Co., San Antonio, Texas; defendant demands compensatory damages in excess of $25,000 and punitive damages in excess of $25,000 for accident which occurred on Aug. 12, 2016.

17-CV-0626 — Mark Ratajack, 5130 Westland Drive, New Carlisle v. Aetna Building Maintenance, c/o Steven J. McCready, Esq., statutory agent, 1 S. Limestone St., Suite 800 and Sarah Morrison, administrator, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus; notice of appeal.

17-CV-0627 — Jordan Paul v. The Fishel Co., Columbus and Administrator, BWC, Columbus; notice of appeal.

17-CV-0628 — Auto-Owners insurance Co., Columbus, v. Hixon Consultants LLC 907 Wheel St.; plaintiff demands judgment for $21,315.83.

17-CV-0629 — U.S. Bank National Association, Owensboro, Ky. v. Joseph E. Ward, 605 Bowser Drive, New Carlisle; complaint in foreclosure for $36,881.25.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Elizabeth Sinkhorn, 927 Hedwick St., New Carlisle v. Scott Sinkhorn, 927 Hedwick St., New Carlisle; plaintiff granted divorce on grounds of gross neglect of duty.

Britini M. Schofield, 2325 N. Limestone St. v. James Schofield, 515 W. Third St.; plaintiff granted divorce on grounds of incompatibility and gross neglect of duty.

Tonya Renee Smith, Dayton and Ryan James Smith, Dayton; final decree of dissolution.

Nicole M. Neville, 435 Forest Drive and Robert W. Neville, 1530 Koa Drive, Apt. B; decree of dissolution of marriage.

Bernadette Parker, Beavercreek and Adam Parker, 1825 Westwood Drive; decree of dissolution of marriage.

Martin J. Bachey, Tipp City and Jacqueline S. Bachey, Dayton; decree of dissolution of marriage.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Martin Morales-Hernandez, 24, Blacklick, Ohio, landscaping and Reyna Leticia Cruz, 26, 136 E. Cecil St., call center worker.

Craig Allen Howard, 49, of 7052 Emerald, Enon, machinist and Debra Lynn Spragg, 48, of 7052 Emerald, Enon, medical assistant.

PROPERTY TRANSFERS

Conrad E. and Sheila Campbell to Conrad E. Campbell, 42 Oak Road and Oak Road, Medway; no fee, two parcels.

Lavonne K. Chadbourne, trustee to Kathleen S. Riley, trustee, 509 Glenn Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

Larry Lee Raugh to Larry L and Barbara D. Raugh, 3463 Ballentine Pike, Springfield; no fee.

Charles David Baldwin to David Kascsak, Fletcher Chapel Road, South Charleston; $38,500.

Gary L. and Nancy A. Deerwester to Nancy A. Deerwester, 9 James Court, South Charleston; no fee.

Jonathan and Pamela Seitz to Jonathan J. Seitz Jr., 1251 Student Ave., Springfield; $120,000.

April R. Spier to Hollie M. and Jonathon A. Carothers, 2155 Selma Pike, Springfield; $94,900.

Sara Wissel to Pamela Anne and Jonathan James Seitz Sr., 115 W. Possum Road, Springfield; $149,000.

Brant P. Cornelison to Dreamweavers Hair Salon LLC, 2520 E. High St., Springfield; $90,000.

Bobbi A. Ruf to Margaret Powell, 1723 Sweetbriar Lane, N., Springfield; $87,000.

Matthew K. Banhagel, trustee to FIOP Associates LLC, 338 W. Grand Ave., Springfield; $17,500.

Karen B. Duncan to 500 N. Fountain LLC, 500 N. Fountain Ave., East College Avenue and College Avenue, Springfield; $442,000, three parcels.



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