Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-DP-0697 - Shelaye Smith, 351 Lincoln Park Cir., v. Robert H. Robinson III, 334 W. Grand Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0698 - David Depriest, 15 Memorial Pl., v. Larry Leon Cunningham Jr., 440 W. High St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DP-0699 - Leah N. Galbert, 645 Villa Road, Unit H, v. Brian A. Morris, 1403 S. Center Blvd., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0700 - Carolyn F. Roberts, Washington Court House, v. Mark D. Newport, Jeffersonville, petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DP-0701 - Arthur Coan Beckel, 1112 Pine St., v. Rhetta Jo Woods, 1112 Pine St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0702 - Sandra L. Hoskins, 6707 E. High St., #402, v. Marva L. Hoskins, 1021 Innisfallen, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0703 - Jennifer A. Rowland, 200 N. Broadmoor Blvd., v. Steven M. Ulliman, Hilliard, petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DP-0704 - Shirley Tumblison, 1418 N. Lowry Ave., v. Brian Wirth, 6205 Harvest, petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-CV-0514 - U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee for LSF8, v. Susan K. Youngerman, 3095 Heather Glen Crt., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 2564 Leon Lane, for $130,013.

14-CV-0515 - PNC Bank, NA, v. Cris K. Hartsock, North Hampton, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 209 N. Hampton Road, Donnelsville, for $60,590.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Amber M. Rebert v. Phillip A. Rebert, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Diane Candia v. William J. Bono, civil stalking protection order granted.

Jodie Garringer v. Charles Gifford, civil stalking protection order denied.

Jenny I. Gomez v. Shawn K. Peters, protection order denied.

Alice F. Castle v. Pamela D. Hatfield, protection order denied.

Macie Evans v. Nicholas Christian, case voluntarily dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Joseph Hayden, convicted of burglary, two years prison with jail credit for time served, $430 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Joshua Louden, convicted of possession of heroin, six months prison to be served concurrently with a sentence presently being served, six months driver’s license suspension.

Security National Bank, Division of The Park National Bank, v. Christine Littell, et al., case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Lora L. Smith, termination of probation, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Eva West, one year intervention in lieu of conviction.

State of Ohio v. James Tuttle, convicted of aggravated robbery with a firearm specification, seven years prison plus three years prison consecutive for the firearm specification for a total of 10 years, jail credit for time served, five years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Aaron B. Cox, one year intervention in lieu of conviction.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Lewis Darrell Pelfrey Jr., 35, South Vienna, equipment inspector, to Jennifer Lynn Lynch, 39, South Vienna, customer service specialist.

Jerry Lee Caudill, 55, 2525 Lagonda Ave., engineer, to Denise Lynne Swabey, 52, 2525 Lagonda Ave., RN.

Mario Albert Arriaga Martinez, 19, South Charleston, chef, to Haley Suzanne Caupp, 22, South Charleston.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Clare May Reeb to Lloyd G. and Mary E. Litzenberg, 1040 Bradford Dr., Springfield; $86,000.

Marc T. Heisler to George N. and Marciene Huemmer, 1136 Lindsey Road, Springfield; $90,000.

Michael S. Garfunkel and David A. Garfunkel, Trustees, to Joseph D. Adkins and Kaitlyn Jones, 828 Torrence Dr., Springfield; $107,000.

CitiMortgage Inc., to RMT Properties LLC, 1526 W. High St., Springfield; $6,300.

Othman Etayem to Othman and Wafa Etayem, 1324-1326 W. High St., Springfield; no fee.

Martin E. Phipps to Gospel Tabernackle, 1001 Innisfallen Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Jacqueline R. Juergens to Robert N. and Mary Leigh Koogler, 1347 Beverly Ave., Springfield; $32,000.

Robert N. and Mary Leigh Koogler to Andrew S. Miller and Benjamin A. Miller, 1347 Beverly Ave., Springfield; $50,000.

Dennis E. Ayers to Paul Weber, 1414 Malden Ave., Springfield; $35,000.

Charles E. Collins III to Matthew D. Mahan, 1517 Texas Ave., two parcels, Springfield; $53,000.

CP SRMOF II 2012 A, Trustee, to Stella Rife, 2326 Irwin Ave., Springfield; $25,000.

Ronald E. Johnson to Lori D. Leiss, 422 Reames Ave., Springfield; $55,000.

Roger E. Adkins to Valerie J. Adkins, 917 S. Burnett Road, Springfield; no fee.

Bank of America NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1006 Biel St., Springfield; no fee.

William Freeman Jr., to Helping Hands Housing I LLC, 338 Forrest Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Kristen L. Underwood to Anthony and Jordan Hottenstein, 1552 Charles St., Springfield; $52,000.

Perry W. Hawkins to Plains Drifters MC Inc., 517 Ludlow Ave., Springfield; $1,000.

Plains Drifters MC to Plains Drifters MC Inc., 521 Ludlow Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Carl Tommie to Aaron K. Cooper, 242-244 Oakwood Pl., Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Wells Fargo Bank NA, 607 E. Madison Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Wallace Newcomb to Pamela J. McGhee, 1132 Fyffe Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

Walter E. and Mary Jane Wardley to Lindsay N. Allen and Zachary A. Rapp, 404 Falcon Dr., New Carlisle; $75,000.

Kenneth J. and Pi Huan Corey to Pi Huan Corey, 7011 Creekside Cir., Fairborn; no fee.

Pamela S. and Kevin D. Carmin to Pamela S. Carmin, 215 Countryside Dr., Enon; no fee.

Newton C. Boykin Jr., and Leonora D. Jackson Boykin to Leonora D. Jackson Boykin, 1143 Cardinal Dr., Enon; no fee.

Andra M. Cahill to Timothy M. Davis, 730 Falkirk Dr., Springfield; $264,900.

David R. and Cindy R. Zak to Jeffery Sims, 500 Weber Road, Springfield; $168,500.

Kathryn Neff to White Rose Property Management Co., 2550 Addison-New Carlisle Road, New Carlisle; $170,000.

Kevin L. and Angela R. Martin to Clark County Board of Commissioners, 5460 S. Charleston Pike, Springfield; $132,300.

Clark County Board of Commissioners to Springfield Township Trustees, 5460 S. Charleston Pike, Springfield; no fee.


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