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COMMON PLEAS COURT

New Suits

13-CV-0609 – CitiMortgage Inc., O’Fallon, Missouri vs. Mark A. Ornstein, Las Vegas, Nev.; complaint in foreclosure for $56,351.19 for property located at 838 Mound St.

13-CV-0608 – Advantage Bank, Cambridge, Ohio vs. Darrell Sherick, 122 N. Clay St., New Carlisle; plaintiff demands judgment for $22,821.65.

13-DP-621 – Nikela Mitchell, 21 N. Freeman St., vs. Brian Respress, 21 N. Freeman St.; petition for civil stalking protection order or civil sexually oriented offense protection order.

113-CV-0613 – Angela Wilson, 6900 W. National Road vs. Ohio Mutual Insurance Group, et al., Bucyrus; complaint for personal injuries in excess of $25,000 due to an automobile accident on West Columbia St., on June 5, 2012.

13-CV-0612 – Jodie L. Noffke, 2985 Shrine Road vs. Jaden C. Cleland and Tracy Cleland, et al., 6145 Zachary Ave.; complaint for personal injuries in excess of $25,000 due to an automobile accident on Villa Road on Dec. 20, 2012.

13-CV-0611—Michael Lee, 2775 Dayton Road. vs. Steven Buehrer, administrator, Bureau of Workers Compensation, Columbus and U.S. Xpress Inc., Chattanooga, Tenn.; notice of appeal.

13-CV-0610 – Wells Fargo Bank N.A., Fort Mill, SC vs. Anne E Sullivan, 1221 Eastgate Road; complaint in foreclosure for $91,066 for property at 1519 Brookhollow Drive.

13-CV -0607 — PNC Bank, Miamisburg vs. Jeremiah M. Allen and Susan A. Allen, 1828 N. Sweetbriar Lane; complaint in foreclosure for $63,940.51.

Current Business

State of Ohio vs. Wallace Rice; convicted of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, six months prison term, driving privileges suspended for five years, three years community control after released from prison.

State of Ohio vs. James Sheets Jr.; convicted of burglary and theft of a firearm, two years prison term, with credit time served, pay restitution of $1,295.

State of Ohio vs. Charles Wooten; community control revoked due to a violation, 12 months prison term, with credit time served, prison term to be served consecutive to sentence imposed on another charge,. $1,000 fine

The State of Ohio vs. Robert Hawkins; case dismissed.

State of Ohio vs. Travis Hypes; case dismissed.

State of Ohio vs. Charles Sidders; convicted of improper handling of firearms, one year community control.

State of Ohio vs. Jason Silvers; convicted of attempted robbery, three years community control.

State of Ohio vs. Michael Eugene Rice; community control revoked due to violation; 11 months prison term with credit time served.

State of Ohio vs. Stephen Wilhelm; community control revoked due to violation; 23 months prison term, credit time served.

Midwest Newspapers Publishing Co. Inc. vs. Penny L. Reeves; case dismissed.

Barbara A. Nepp vs. Pam Upper, et al.; case dismissed.

US Bank National Association vs. Bobby Reynolds, et al.; judgment for plaintiff for $8,650.09.

Amy Waugh vs. James F. Waugh; petition dismissed.

Kristin Wilson vs. Stephen Murray; petition dismissed.

Kearstian Mollett vs. Micheal Palmer; petition dismissed.

Mary Jane Tingley vs. Elmer Glen Stewart; petition dismissed.

Betty Heinfeld and Ted Heinfeld; decree of dissolution.

Melissa Kaye Dishon and Ivan L. Dishon Sr.; decree of dissolution.

Stacie Jean Raynor vs. Evan William Curtin; plaintiff granted divorce on grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year and incompatibility.

Jessica Huber vs. Richard Huber Jr.; parties awarded a divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

Michael Thompson vs. Deborah Thompson; both parties granted divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Thomas Newkirk Berthelsen, 75, Clearwater, Fla., retired and Cynthia Sue Burkhardt, 58, of 2650 E. High St., Apt. 130, retired.

Forest Eugene Stumbo, Tutor Key, Ky., retired and Nancy Jo Myers, 59, of Tutor Key, Ky., retired.

Tyler Gregory Heskett, 24, of 4460 Arbor Lane, teacher and Amy Catherine Whitt, 22, of 306 N. Adams St., New Carlisle, sonographer.

James Ray Moore III, 22, of 74 Banyon Drive, South Vienna, truck crew and Sierra Michelle Goeckerman, 24, of 74 Banyon Drive, South Vienna, customer service.

David William Hall Jr., 33, of 1811 Hillside Ave., sales representative and Nicole Ann Bowers, 32, 1811 Hillside Ave., food service.

Randal Paul Parmenter, 48, 279 Snider Road, New Carlisle, civil engineer and Patricia Jane Dunn, 68, of 279, Snider Road, retired.

Timothy Allan Rucker, 40, of 1226 Highland Ave. and Jennifer Marie Davis, 37, of 1711 Trinity Drive, RN.

Tyler Vincent Diamond, 24, of 4575 Caddington St., Enon, laborer and Ciara Lynn Farris, 24, of 4575 Caddington St., Enon.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Michael L. Pilcher to Dustan A. Conley and Rebecca A. Conley; 131 Green Vista Drive, Enon; $129,000.

Helen L. Locke to Michelle L. Wallen; 2668 N. Urbana Lisbon Road, South Vienna ; $119,000.

Paul Kencheff to Kathryn Field; 2924 Avery Circle, city; $80,000.

Stephanie S. Airey and Jonathan T. Airey to Megan S. Cuy Castellanos; 230 N. Pike St., New Carlisle; $160,000.

Jeffrey Valentine and Lynne R.A. Turner to Lisa M. Katz and Steven M. Katz; 4278 Dayton Springfield Road; Madison Twp.; $83,000.

Harry W. and Joyce E. Maempel to Eric C. and Paula J. Brown; 820 Fletcher Pike; South Charleston; $128,500.

Gary W. Ferryman Jr., et al. to J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.; 4301 Willowbrook Drive; Moorefield Twp.; $69,700.

Denny Moore to MidFirst Bank; 1719 Hillside Ave.; city; $49,862.

Paul B. Williams and Vicki L. Williams to Rodney C. Bryan and Barbara T. Bryan; 6306 Johnson Road; German Twp.; $155,000.

Clark County Sheriff to Jacolyn M. Anderson; 761 Knickerbocker Ave.; city; $42,000.

Larry E. Spencer to Penny Mac Corp., 91 Villa Road; city; $65,000.

Phillip Fedorek, et al. to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.; Bethel Twp.; 430 Rosewood Road, Medway, $25,000.

James S.H. Perry and Laura E. Perry, et al. to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 3024 Stonehaven Drive; city; $74,000.

Neighborhood Housing Partnership of Greater Springfield Inc. to Betty J. Gentry, 165 Stratmore St., New Carlisle, $73,5000.

Sergio Garcia and Mary Beth Lamb to Donald W. McKee Jr. and Melissa McKee; 1105 Styer Drive, New Carlisle; $45,000.

Marlyn E. Wood to Karen L. Fenwick; 3984 Covington Drive, Moorefield Twp.; $59,115.

Duane E. Williamson and Barbara J. Williamson, co-trustees to Brian M. Hockett and Amy N. Hockett; 4739 Detrick Jordan Pike, German Twp.; $160,000.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Maria Teresa Tarrosa Salyers; 210 Berschett Drive, South Charleston; no fee.

Harlene M. Wood to Marvin P. Wood; 620 Mt. Joy St., city; no fee.

John E. and N. Marie Zerkle to N. Marie Zerkle; 1033 Armsgate Road, city; no few.

Stanley D. and Kimberrly A. Spitler to Stanley D. Spitler; 6457 Lost Road, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Stacy Lynn Smith and Jared Smith to Steven Howard and Kathleen Howard; city; 833 Selma Road; no fee.

Secretary of HUD to Brad M. Cooper, 2324 Rebecca Drive; city; no fee.

Stewart A. and Patricia H. Haylock to Patricia H. Haylock, 6310 Plateau Drive; Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Eric R. Waldron to U.S. Bank National Association, trustee, 1555 Fulton Ave.; no fee.

Edna G. Huber to Jonathan L. Huber and Joseph W. Huber; city; 452 East Liberty St.; no fee.

Edna Huber to James R. Huber; city; 264 Franklin St.; no fee.

Kent E. Harding to Kent E. Harding and Patricia A. Walker; Mad River Twp.; 3520 W. Jackson Road; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Ryan Rigel, 307 E. McCreight Ave., city; on fee.


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