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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0283 - Security National Bank, division of The Park National Bank, Springfield, v. Infusions Fine Dining & Spirits LLC, c/o 2737 Woodthrush Road, et al., complaint for $42,579.21.

13-DR-0240 - Patricia Helen Crockett, 3355 Columbus Ave., v. Noah Lee Crockett, Berea, Kentucky, complaint for divorce.

13-DR-0241 - Rex Berrien, 320 W. Clark St., v. Jennie Berrien, 322 W. Clark St., complaint for divorce.

13-DS-0242 - Jeremy S. Griffitts, New Carlisle, and Danielle R. Griffitts, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DP-0243 - Shannon Brakeall, 230 E. Rose St., v. Dwayne Lenoir, Dayton, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DS-0244 - Robert Nicholas Gade, Riverside, and Beth Ann Gade, 3256 Vineyard St., petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. John James Bartram, et al., decree in foreclosure for $74,634.82.

State of Ohio v. Robert Wilcox, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Karl Gaston, community control terminated due to violation, six months prison.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Clinton Ray Huffman, 51, New Carlisle, truck driver, to Tiffany Louise Sparks, 24, New Carlisle, shift lead cashier.

William Patrick Powell, 44, Indianapolis, Indiana, truck driver, to Betty Bates, 57, Enon, nursing.

Kyle Justin Stambough, 27, Medway, branch manager, to Tasha Nicole Aveyard, 26, New Carlisle, branch manager.

Chad Robert Hayes, 34, South Charleston, food service, to Amanda Lynn Shaw, 29, South Charleston, e-commerce fulfillment.

Jeffery Eugene Young, 23, 2547 S. Limestone St., machinist, to Autumn Renay Pinkerton, 22, 2547 S. Limestone St., student.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Kathleen J. Oxner to Michael T. Panstingel, 653 Victory Road, Springfield, Bethel Twp.; $325,000.

Todd J. Tuttle to Barbara Ann Ary, 4610 Willowbrook Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $77,000.

Angela M. Cain, et al., to JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, 3922 Bosart Road, Moorefield Twp.; $43,334.

Mark D. Cornell, et al., to The Bank of New York Mellon, 322 Upper Valley Pike, Springfield Twp.; $50,000.

Mark T. Britton to Penny Mac Loan Services LLC, 352 E. High St., City of Springfield; $43,334.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Casey L. Reynolds, 114 N. Belmont Ave., City of Springfield; $14,145.

Estate of Ivalou Blauvelt to Michael A. Kropf, 340 Lawnview Ave., City of Springfield; $69,000.

Neal Zimmerman and Sharon Zimmerman to April Lynn Johnson, 224 Rawson Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

John A. Lough and Robin Snider-Lough fka Robin Snider to John A. Lough and Robin Snider-Lough, 336 Green Acres Dr., Springfield, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Francisco Loza Casillas and Sandra Loza to Petra Troncoso Gonzalez and Gabriela Loza, 600 N. Scott St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Navistar, Inc., to Navistar, Inc., 5975 and 6125 Urbana Road, Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Navistar, Inc., to Navistar, Inc., 6125 Urbana Road, Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

International Harvester Corp., International Harvester Co., Navistar International Corp., Navistar International Transportation Corp. and International Truck and Engine Corp., to Navistar, Inc., 5975 and 6125 Urbana Road, 351 W. County Line Road and Lagonda Ave., Moorefield Twp. and City of Springfield; no fee.

Johnny M. Brooks to Carolyn S. Brooks, 144 Willis Ave., City of Springfield and Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Barbara A. Carter to Andrew L. C. Turner, 503 E. McCreight Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Jennifer Neal, 907 Oak St., City of Springfield; no fee.


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