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14-CV-0270 — Louis A. Lovato Sr., New Carlisle, and Ohio Department of Job & Family Services, Columbus, v. Zachary J.P. Cantrell, Medway, complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on May 8, 2013.

14-CV-0279 — Lakeview Loan Servicing, LLC, v. Victor R. Novell Jr., 519 N. Jackson St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $25,899.

14-CV-0280 — Bank of America, N.A., v. Marlene K. Sisler, 111 Thomaston Trl., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 4521 Chapman Lane for $243,168.

14-CV-0281 — Catholic Healthcare Partners dba Oakwood Village, 1500 Villa Road, v. Karen Isham, 4369 Tulane Road, complaint for $14,585 for breach of contract, negligence and fraudulent transfer.

14-DR-0370 — Vincent Edley, 3120 Willow Road, v. Kimberly A. Edley, 1714 S. Fountain Ave., complaint for divorce.

14-DS-0371 — Jealeen Diana Brocious, Enon, and Matthew Scott Brocious, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0372 — Vikki Hockett, 725 Grant St., v. Travis Feaster, 814 Stump Lane, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0373 — Roger Payne, 917 Jasper St., and Nicole Payne, 17 ½ S. Western Ave., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0375 — Christine M. McFadden, 3219 Delrey Road, v. Nick Taylor, 2023 Mitchell Blvd., petition for civil stalking protection order.


State of Ohio v. Thurston L. Goodjohn Jr., judicial release granted, five years community control.

HSBC Bank USA, N.A., v. Unknown Heirs at Law, Devisees, Legatees, Executors or Administrators of Robin M. McClure, et al., judgment for $58,289.

Ricky W. Faris v. Patricia A. Timmons, judgment released.

New Carlisle Federal Savings Bank v. James E. Diller, et al., judgment for $39,332.

State of Ohio v. Kent Brown, convicted of having weapons while under disability, one year prison with credit from Feb. 15 to March 11 and from May 9 until conveyance.

State of Ohio v. Anthony Quarles, convicted of failure to comply, three years prison with credit from June 26, 2013, to July 1, 2013, from Feb. 15 to March 3, and from May 7 until conveyance, 10 years driver’s license suspension, $1,145 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Nickolas Andrews, convicted of possession of cocaine, two years community control.

Angel Frye v. Carrie Dowell, protection order granted.

Amanda Roush v. Billy Joe Gregg Jr., case voluntarily dismissed.

Trent Jenkins v. Kristen L. Hayes, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Kristen L. Hayes v. Trent Jenkins, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Damaras Cavitt v. Rashawn Arnold, protection order denied.

Linda Andrews v. Larry Hyche Jr., domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Misty D. Raiff v. Brian L. Raiff, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.


Marriage Licenses

Nathan Carl Reep, 27, 840 Wellington Dr., student, to Lindsay Marie McEnaney, 24, 4134 Phoenix Dr., teacher.

Levi Jared Coy, 23, 1200 Torrence Dr., carpenter, to Amanda Marie Harker, 23, 1200 Torrence Dr., oral surgery assistant.

Cole William Thornberry, 21, South Vienna, student/warehouse worker, to Sara Beth Longworth, 19, 4404 Cedar Hills Ave., student.

John William Myers Jr., 32, 1800 Pembrook Road, military, to Kristina Frances Nowack, 35, 1800 Pembrook Road, teacher.

Michael Christopher Joseph, 21, 1521 ½ Linden Ave., Navistar, to Logan Mackenzie Castle, 18, 1521 ½ Linden Ave., plexus ambassador.

Andrew Charles Fields, 24, 3335 Baker Road, electrician, to Janie Lynn Kaffenbarger, 20, 5509 Johnson Road, teacher/floater.

Teddy Lee Zink Jr., 21, 601 Kinnane Ave., shift manager, to Tamara Lynn Jones, 19, 601 Kinnane Ave., student.


Property Transfers

S & D Innovators, LLC, to Bobby D. Noles and Shannon E. Noles, 5210 Burton St., Moorefield Twp.; $196,045.

Andrew P. Heims and Kathy A. Heims to Kyle S. Foreman and Stephanie D. Foreman, 6411 Winding Tree Dr., New Carlisle, German Twp.; $286,000.

Cheri M. Gibson to Freedom Mortgage Corp., 4200 Phillips St., Enon, Mad River Twp.; $159,551.

David M. Patrick and Rose E. Patrick to Jennifer L. Craig and William W. Craig Jr., 1690 Cranbrook Dr., New Carlisle, German Twp.; $305,000.

Fix Em Up, LLC, to Tyler J. Cobb and Paula L.Cobb, 4406 Burchill St., Moorefield Twp.; $117,900.

Denise C. Button fka Denise C. Kearney to Nathan Lea Marshall and Kristen L. Marshall, 120 North St., Clifton; $7,500.

Jerry L. Downey and Edith Downey to Barbara Gail Stone, 850 Cliffside Dr., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; $50,000.

Drew L. Snyder and Cassandra R. Snyder to Roland Knight II, 1915 Elaina Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $117,500.

Helga M. Newsom to Marvin C. Jackson Jr., and Angela A. Jackson, 1700 Wilson Road, South Charleston, Harmony Twp.; $180,000.

Michael L. Kronk to Gerald Majcher and Rosanne Majcher, 1175 Kingsgate Road, City of Springfield; $172,420.

Brenda E. Phillips to Barbara G. Hart, 2219 Gerald Dr., City of Springfield; $5,000.

Betty L. McWhorter to Todd M. Hensley, 3300 Bristol Dr., City of Springfield; $92,900.

Carl C. Fuller to Travis Ryan Fuller, 1626-1628 Clay St., City of Springfield; $3,000.

Darlene Hastings to Rebecca K. West, 564 Stanton Ave., City of Springfield; $76,900.

Darleen Easter to Patricia F. Hawley, 321 Stratmore St., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Melanie L. Broyles to William Bryan Broyles, 111 N. Hampton Road, New Carlisle, Donnelsville; no fee.

Melanie L. Broyles to William B. Broyles, 3057 Mingo Lane, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

McAdow Limited Partnership to McAdow Group LLC, 16 parcels, South Charleston and Madison Twp.; no fee.

Mary Evelyn Grable to Susan Mikielewicz, 4248 Midfield St., Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Maura Hall-Allen to Maura A. Hall-Allen and David Allen, 812 East St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of HUD to Jose Oscar Villatoro, 2015 Clifton Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Richard Reim to Helga M. Newsom, 1147 Lindsey Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Larry R. Eanes and Annette D. Eanes fka Annette D. Baynes to Larry R. Eanes and Annette D. Eanes, 1906 Fairway Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.

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