Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0608 - Ditech Financial LLC v. Diane M. Duncan, 3211 Red Coach Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $55,742.

17-CV-0609 - Discover Bank, New Albany, v. Kelly Patterson, New Carlisle, complaint for $17,626.

17-CV-0614 - Progressive Specialty Insurance Company v. Steven Stringfellow, Urbana, complaint for $1,523 for damages to motor vehicle of plaintiff’s insured on Nov. 30, 2015.

17-CV-0615 - PNC Bank NA, Miamisburg, v. Randal L. Miller, Dayton, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 380 E. Madison Ave., for $68,144.

17-CV-0616 - State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company v. Joseph M. Moore, Pittsburgh, complaint for $5,000 for damages and injuries suffered by plaintiff’s insured in an auto accident on Nov. 3, 2015.

17-CV-0617 - Security National Bank, Division of The Park National Bank fka Security National Bank & Trust Company, 40 S. Limestone St., v. James Doe(s) and Jane Doe(s), (names unknown) the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, beneficiaries, next of kin, executors, administrators, personal representatives, spouses and assigns and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Mary M. Mundy, deceased, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 345 Larchmont for $40,308.

17-CV-0618 - Security National Bank, Division of The Park National Bank fka Security National Bank & Trust Company, 40 S. Limestone St., v. Melisa A. Kennedy aka Melisa A. Hoover, 4458 Phoenix Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $72,507.

17-CV-0619 - PNC Bank, NA, Miamisburg, v. Andrea T. Fleischman, 2841 Mumma Crt., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $88,139.

17-DP-0975 - Martha Ann Marshall, 310 E. College Ave., v. John D. Walker Jr., 310 E. College Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DP-0976 - Courtney Maxel, 4778 Penny Pike, v. Thomas Maxel, 4778 Penny Pike, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DR-0977 - Richard Douglas Pence, 1865 Ohio Ave., v. Wanda Jean Pence, 925 Catherine St., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0979 - Tanya M. Leach, South Charleston, v. Terry R.D. Williams, South Charleston, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DR-0980 - Arthur T. Midkiff, South Charleston, v. Linda K. Midkiff, South Charleston, complaint for legal separation.

17-DR-0981 - Steven P. Howald, 814 Egmont Ave., v. Iva L. Howald, Medway, complaint for divorce.

17-DR-0982 - Destiny Boyer, 5125 Twitchell Road, v. Chris Boyer, 640 Cedar St., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0983 - Leigha Windle, 4702 High St., v. Alex Elswick, Enon, petition for civil stalking protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Thomas Crosley Jr., case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Jason Cromlish, convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, nine months prison with credit for jail time served.

State of Ohio v. Cassondra Workman, community control revoked due to violation, 24 months prison for offense of endangering children, credit for jail time served, sentence to be served consecutively to another sentence presently being served.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Roger G. Fraley, et al., judgment for $51,593.

Discover Bank v. Ronald A. Christman, judgment for $11,477.

Brad Miller v. Melonie R. Fisher, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Jonelle Tinch v. Andrew Tinch, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Courtney Maxel v. Thomas Maxel, case voluntarily dismissed.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Traci Porter Pruett to Brandt Baker, 10925 W. National Road, New Carlisle; $125,000.

Holly C. Ogletree to Jessica and Jeffrey Hicks, 822 Weinland St., New Calrlisle; $87,900.

Ryan Nathaniel Darling to Shon Swaim, 514 Weinland St., New Carlisle; $83,900.

Rick Brest to Brenden L. Joseph Adkins, 902 Pepperwood Drive, New Carlisle; $70,000.

Andrew L. Cox to Jonathon C. Sams, 206 N. Adams St., New Carlisle; $105,000.

Rosalyn Shaw Family Trust to Cincinnati Capital Partners 264 LLC, 7220 Tanyard Road, rear, Yellow Springs; $302,900.

William G. and Dorothy C. Cope to Colin R. DeSpain, 7276 New Horizon Ave., Enon; $126,000.

Tina Querry to Andrew L. and Elizabeth A. South, 8029 Westcott Ave., Fairborn; $149,000.

Patrick S. Kristoff to Benny J. and Payne and Ronni S. Reed. 2621 W. Jackson Road, Yellow Springfield; $150,000.

Mickey P. and Bonnie J. Wilkinson to Bonnie J. Wilkinson, 3425 Fairfield Pike and Fairfield Pike, Springfield; no fee, two parcels.

Timothy J. and Kathleen G. Martin to Jason S. and Stacy A. Titus, 2451 Erter Drive, Springfield; $196,000.

Candy L. and Peter A. Milano to Peter A. Milano, 4053 Kimberly Drive, Springfield; no fee.

Jennifer L. Heath to Jennifer L. and Eric Glenn Davis, 111 S. Main St., North Hampton; no fee.

Scott Investments of Troy LLC to Clinton M. and Morgan L. Cornette, 239 Sandlebrook Run; $205,000.

Christopher M. Gordon to Edward Clifford Williams, Burnett Road, rear, Springfield; $61,600.

Trinity African Methodist Church to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 24 S. Light St., Springfield; $3,000.

Pamela K. Peterman to Joseph D. Gwinn, 651 S. Arlington Ave., Springfield; $62,900.

Berrigan H. Sheils to Joshua L. Brown, 2423 Leland Drive, Springfield; $60,000.

Christopher M. Gordon to Edward Clifford Williams, 126 N. Burnett Road, Springfield; $61,6000, three parcels.

MKT to Wildcat Rentals LLC, 1567 Rutland Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Robert Zearfoss and Peggy L. Shank to Aimee B. and Tiffany Borden, 327 Ludow Ave., Springfield; $29,900.

Lawrence F. Gardner III to Dachaun Trent, 1610-1612 Edwards Ave., Springfield; no fee.

The Bank of New York Mellon to Castlerock 2017 LLC, 1215 Highland Ave., Springfield; $1,000.

Charles Adams to Mark A. and Linda S. Rivard, 150 Sturgeon St., Springfield; $63,000.

Elmer Boggs II to Barry L. Hope, 220 Oakdwood Place, Springfield; no fee.



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