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Public Records



14-DR-0446 — John D. Ward, Dayton, v. Krisanne Ward, 467 E. Northern Ave., complaint for divorce.

14-DP-0451 — Yowanna West, 507 Indiana Ave., v. Robert West, 202 S. Light St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0452 — Ross J. Vermillion, 2472 Erter Dr., and Jami D. Vermillion, 2516 Dellwood Dr., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-CV-0349 — CitiMortgage, Inc., v. Emmett M. Hesson, St. Paris, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 828 Kenton St., for $7,165.

14-CV-0350 — FIA Card Services, N.A., v. Gary L. Boomershine, South Vienna, complaint for $22,169.


Brandie L. Ellis v. Tray S. Cobb, consent agreement and domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Elaina Bradley v. Larry Long, civil stalking protection order granted.

Sandra R. Ashbaugh v. Jeff Taylor, civil stalking protection order granted.

Natasha Ohlinger v. Brenda Ohlinger, civil stalking protection order granted.

Nancy Hockett-Stewart v. Joe J. Stewart, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Jodi Chambers v. David Cason, protection order denied.

Jodi Chambers v. Nicki Wells, protection order denied.

Teri Simmons v. Mary Ann Hurst, case voluntarily dismissed.

Amanda Alvarado v. Ralph Sharp II, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Jessica Southers v. Rashaad Bentley, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

State of Ohio v. James Wyatt III, convicted of possession of cocaine, five years community control, two years driver’s license suspension, $5,000 fine.

State of Ohio v. Jody Sunshine Apone, convicted of attempted possession of marijuana, five years community control, two years driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. $90,000 in U.S. Currency, $90,000 in U.S. Currency forfeited to the State of Ohio to be split between law enforcement agencies responsible for the prosecution of this matter as follows: $45,000 to the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office, $40,000 to the Springfield Police Division and $5,000 to the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office.

Hill Apartments of Springfield, LLC, v. Dale Robert Fent dba Fent’s Roofing, Siding, and Windows, judgment for $32,000.

State of Ohio v. Emily Jordan, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Darrell Strickland, convicted of possession of cocaine, nine months prison with jail credit from Dec. 22-23, 2013, from Feb. 22-25 and from May 21 until conveyance, one year driver’s license suspension.


Marriage Licenses

Jeremy Michael Plummer, 28, 321 S. Clairmont Ave., sales, to Carla Nicole Pinkerman, 22, 2775 Old Springfield Road, waitress.

Brandon David Perry, 32, New Carlisle, construction, to Heather Rae Brooks, 28, New Carlisle, sales.

Kiefer Ford Gebhardt, 19, Catawba, military, to Shannon Miranda Everitt, 19, 5126 W. National Road, college student.

Justin D. Wayne LeValley, 18, 2107 Lexington Ave., to Sierra Jo-Lynn Buck, 17, 2744 Upper Valley Pike, #65.

Brandon Wayne Wilson, 28, 530 Villa Road, mason, to Meghan Cierra Mansfield, 26, 530 Villa Road, customer service.

Kristopher David Taylor, 33, 130 W. Pleasant St., forklift driver, to Samantha Lynne Travis, 29, 130 W. Pleasant St., warehouse worker.


Property Transfers

Thomas Allen Jenkins to Kris Ann Williams, 123 N. Sycamore St., Springfield; $3,000.

Jerry M. and Enid B. Ferguson to Jerry M. Ferguson, 730 McAdams Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

A. Kelly Rose to Michael W. Rice Jr., and A. Kelly Rice, 5017 W. National Road, Springfield; no fee.

Thomas R. and Natalie K. Bailey to Crystal Properties LLC, 224-230 Orth Dr., New Carlisle; $80,500.

Karen S. Drain to Zachary D. and Rachael E. Smith, 4237 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield; $91,400.

Carolyn J. Hill, Trustee, to Beverly J. Whitmer and Barbara O. DeWitt, 9677 Plattsburg Road, South Charleston; no fee.

Rebecca A. Frantz, Trustee, to Douglas Bradley Robertson, 5309 Wakefield Dr., Fairborn; $63,000.

Rebecca E. Williams to Raul Ysaguirre Jr., and Patricia Ysaguirre, 5331 Wakefield Dr., Fairborn; $96,000.

Walter H. and Cynthia N. Zimmer to Walter H. Zimmer, 7795 Kings Ridge Cir., Fairborn; no fee.

Daniel Mahrer to Daniel and Susan E. Mahrer, 3250 Fairfield Pike, Springfield; no fee.

Sandra D. Smith Spencer to Charles B. Cooper and Buck C. Cooper, 4212 Carona St., Springfield; $70,000.

Bradley D. and Heather M. Trimmer to Christopher L. and Amy M. Blair, 320 Larchmont Road, Springfield; $94,000.

Bwell Properties LLC to Tina Vititoe, 2753 Columbus Ave., Springfield; $59,900.

Edna M. Roeder to Edgar S. and Betty Lou Townley, 1280 Old Farm Lane, Springfield; $92,500.

Charles E. Oliver Sr., to Matthew A. Mullins, 590 Kingswood Dr., N., Springfield; $77,500.

Richard and Helen F. Scott to Helen F. Scott, 1123 Cobb Ave., Springfield; no fee.

James McNeely to Anthony McKinzy, 0 Innisfallen Ave., Springfield; $5,800.

Brian Dilts to Everbank, 1703 Shelby Dr., Springfield; $52,000.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 2404 Van Buren Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Annabelle J. Hartley and Mark Steven Bethel to Mark Steven Bethel, 2438 Kenton St., Springfield; no fee.

Morgan Animal Health LLC to Husted Insurance LLC, 2444 E. High St., Springfield; $33,000.

Morgan Animal Health LLC to Husted Insurance LLC, 2438-2440 E. High St., Springfield; $33,000.

JMB I Investments LLC to Charles E. Daniel and Donna Waugh, 1038 Summer St., Springfield; $12,600.

Daniel L. Bingman to Leslie M. Lenoci, 1401-1403 S. Center Blvd., Springfield; $17,000.

Kyla Ford to Gerard McWhorter, 428 E. Euclid Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Gary Ford to Kyla Ford, 428 E. Euclid Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Clark County Community Habitat to Kristin Baker, 1214 Clifton Ave., Springfield; $91,000.

June E. Austin to Barbara A. Austin and Charles Grogan, 2215 N. Fountain Blvd., Springfield; no fee.

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