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Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

12-CV-1285 – Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc., v. Randy W. Barker, New Carlisle, complaint for repossession of manufactured home.

12-CV-1286 – MidFirst Bank, v. Heather M. Anderson fka Heather M. Hogue, 3225 Hanson Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1818 Fulton Ave. for $45,590.78.

12-CV-1287 – Betty R. Falcon, 714 Reed Ave., v. Annetta L. Britain, 2237 Columbus Ave., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Dec. 29, 2010.

12-CV-1288 – Jaylen D. Davis, 1802 Woodward Ave., v. James R. Williams II, 133 W. Singer St., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Jan. 20, 2012.

12-CV-1289 – AUTOVEST, LLC v. Rodney Nier, 2841 S. Tecumseh Road, complaint for $14,700.98.

13-DR-0007 – Mark Milligan, Sr., New Carlisle, v. Laraine M. Milligan, 3991 Upper Valley Pike, complaint for divorce.

13-DP-0008 – Delbert D. Barney, New Carlisle v. Brittany Gilvin, 3247 Erter Dr., petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DS-0009 – Adrian E. Perkins, 237 S. Clairmont Ave., and Brian E. Perkins, 160 Fourth Ave., Apt. 4, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Christopher P. Davis, et al., v. Jeremy M. LeValley, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Gary Wilson, Trustee for Personal Service Insurance Co., et al., v. Lisa Burton, judgment for $6,500.

Billie Perkins, Trustee for Personal Service Insurance Co., et al., v. Jamie L. Back, et al., judgment for $11,856.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Sarah S. Potter et al., decree in foreclosure for $66,317.74.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Kimberly L. Magoch aka Kimberly L. Burns, et al., judgment for $55,269.80.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., v. Patricia Young, et al., decree in foreclosure for $83,464.73.

PNC Bank, N.A.., v. Harry J. Hughes Jr., et al., decree in foreclosure for $129,109.91.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Marci Holloway, et al., decree of foreclosure and reformation of mortgage for $52,882.21.

State of Ohio v. William Frye Jr., case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Aaron Hall, convicted of theft, two years community control, 60 days jail with credit for time served, $203 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Jason Cooper, convicted of receiving stolen property, two years community control, 60 days jail with credit for time served, $300 restitution.

Julie K. Orr and Kirk R. Orr, dissolution of marriage.

Colleen Michelle Morrow and Douglas Morrow, dissolution of marriage.

Amber N. Winburn v. Erik D. Wilson, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for one year.

Krista Michelle Adams and Jason Andrew Gibson, dissolution of marriage.

Nazeef Ullah Khan and Christy Ann Khan, dissolution of marriage.

Randolph R. Pitstick and Brenda L. Pitstick, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage License

Matthew Milo Hopkins, 31, 1115 W. Mulberry St., food sales, to Kate Lyn Long, 27, North Hampton, stay at home mom.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Deborah A. Sutherland and Denise N. Errett, Co-Executors of the Estate of William A. Monaghan to Kayla A. Sutherland, 802 Suncrest Dr., Springfield Twp.; $134,500.

Richard D. Story and Ruth A. Story to James A. Willman and DeAnna Willman, 4426 Tacoma St., Moorefield Twp.; $128,500.

Robert Todd Bumgardner to James E. McCutcheon II and Bridgett A. McCutcheon, 10065 Shorey Road, South Vienna, Pleasant Twp.; $163,000.

Julie L. Valentine to Daniel Gallagher and Marilyn L. Gallagher, 5128 Stoneridge Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $120,000.

Mildred L. McVey to Kaffenbarger Farms, Inc., two parcels on Troy Road, New Carlisle, Pleasant Twp.; $617,695.

Household Realty Corp., to Octagon Holdings LLC, 8117 Philadelphia Dr., Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; $35,100.

Ray McKenzie Jr. and Barbara E. McKenzie to Dana K. McKenzie, 214 W. Main St., Medway, Bethel Twp.; $20,000.

Wayne A. Richardson and Anna L. Richardson to Richard E. Ayres, 52 W. Clark St., North Hampton; $42,000.

Joseph D. Ross and Teresa G. Ross to Justin B. Parsell and Genevieve K. Parsell, 7133 Milton Carlisle Road, Springfield, Bethel Twp.; $99,999.

Linda Stone to Federal National Mortgage Association, 527 Rawson Dr., New Carlisle; $91,612.

Michael D. Ray to JP Morgan Chase Bank, NA, 1900 Alamo Ave., Moorefield Twp.; $68,000.

Carole L. Yowler to U.S. Bank, NA, as Trustee, 303 Elbron Road, Springfield Twp.; $40,000.

Melissa Cottingham to Fifth Third Mortgage Co., 115 W. Possum Road, Springfield Twp.; $60,000.

Gary A. Metz and Teresa A. Metz to Frank Wilson and Margaret Wilson, 202 Neosha Ave., Springfield Twp.; $20,000.

Tracy L. Gregory-Brown to The Bank of New York Mellon, 916 Elder St., City of Springfield; $6,667.

Donald Wade to Nationstar Mortgage, LLC, 1112-1112 ½ E. Main St., City of Springfield; $21,970.

Melissa Kelley to Citibank, NA, as Trustee, 1016 Tibbetts Ave., City of Springfield; $23,334.

Charles F. Scott to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., as Trustee, 221 N. Yellow Springs St., City of Springfield; $16,000.

Matthew Davis to Wells Fargo Bank, NA, 1808 Lexington Ave., City of Springfield; $10,000.

Linda L. Swisher to Wells Fargo Bank, NA, 515 Belmont Ave., City of Springfield; $16,667.

Kelly Miller to US Bank NA, as Trustee, 1102 Garfield Ave., City of Springfield; $36,667.

Wells Fargo Bank, NA, as Trustee, to Fat Cat East Enterprises, LLC, 731 Stanton Ave., City of Springfield; $9,000.

Carolyn Sue Deane to Carolyn Sue Weber, 1681 Fairfield Pike, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Estate of James W. Hambrick to Karl B. Hambrick and Donald R. Hambrick, 98 S. Persimmon St., Catawba; no fee.

Sylvia L. Bailey to John F. Bailey, 5323 Keturah Dr., Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

Richard W. Colvin Sr., to Medical Cleaning Specialists of Dayton, 3219 E. High St., Springfield Twp. and City of Springfield; no fee.

James E. Wilkins to Betty L. Wilkins, 700 W. Second St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Dale E. Brown Sr., to Gail A. Brown, 255 Selma Road, City of Springfield; no fee.


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