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Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-CV-0340 — The Huntington National Bank v. James R. Shade, London, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 14515 Urbana London Road, London, for $231,332.

14-CV-0341 — PNC Bank, N.A., v. Dolly Lemmons, 1828 Broadway St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $99,486.

14-DP-0442 — Danielle E. Smith, 531 Villa Road, v. Andrew J. Hawk, 531 Villa Road, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0443 — Kristy Lynn Songer, 4058 Ryland Dr., and Mark William Songer, Centerville, petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0444 — Desirae Stultz, 4845 Ridgewood Road, v. Kyle Stultz, 2171 Seminole Road, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0445 — Denzil Brandenburg, Hillsboro, and Beverly Sue James, 4841 Willowdale Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Twin Creeks Subdivision LLC, et al., judgment vacated, property returned to the name of Twin Creeks Subdivision LLC.

State of Ohio v. Jeramy Lee Brock, convicted of burglary, five years community control.

PNC Bank, NA, v. Candy Prater, et al., judgment vacated, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. John Paul Newland, convicted of receiving stolen property, 12 months prison; convicted of forgery, 12 months prison consecutive to other sentence with jail credit from Dec. 6, 2013 to Jan. 2, 2014, and from May 17 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, $1,840 total restitution.

State of Ohio v. Anthony D. Sowder, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Bruce Aaron Shope, convicted of burglary, 36 months prison; convicted of abduction, 36 months prison consecutive to other sentence with jail credit from Dec. 30, 2013, until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. James Gilliam, convicted of having weapons under disability, one year prison with jail credit from March 12 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections.

State of Ohio v. James Gilliam, convicted of possession of cocaine, 11 months prison with jail credit from July 11-23, 2013, and from March 12 to June 4, to be served consecutively with another sentence, $2,500 fine, three years driving privileges suspension.

State of Ohio v. Michael Collett, community control revoked due to violation, 17 months prison for theft conviction with jail credit from March 9-10, 2012, from July 10-11, 2013, and from May 30 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, $2,500 fine, $6,449 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Jerome Wyatt, convicted of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drug abuse, 30 months prison with jail credit from Aug. 6 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, to be served consecutively to another sentence, $2,000 fine, five years driving privileges suspension.

State of Ohio v. Leigh Anne Roberts, convicted of illegal processing of drug documents, five years community control, one year driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Jessica Nicole Castello, convicted of theft, five years community control.

Zach M. Sarven v. Courtney L. Yates, case voluntarily dismissed.

Deborah K. Gordin and David F. Gordin, dissolution of marriage.

Christopher M. Cypryla and Lisa A. Cypryla, dissolution of marriage.

Yvonne Sloan v. Terry J. Sloan, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Ronnie T. Cochran v. Nikki A. Cochran, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Jerry Michael Rodgers Jr., 41, 2767 Merritt St., plater, to Sarah Ann Bennett, 41, 722 W. North St., photographer.

Jeremy Douglas Tuller, 37, 3834 Dayton-Springfield Road, to Julie Ann Shimko, 54, Norwalk, Calif., senior account assistant.

Brandon Michael Williams, 22, South Charleston, teacher, to Allison Marie Schaefer, 22, 1122 Victory Road, teacher.

Chango Noaks Jr., 23, 4676 New Carlisle Pike, restaurant service, to Krystyna Kay Boswell, 22, 4676 New Carlisle Pike, mental health technician.

William Ray Wheeler, 19, 4825 W. National Road, pest control, to Brittany Nichole Lively, 19, 4825 W. National Road, press operator.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

James P. Myers to Ronnie and Debra Mabry, 351 Pine Road, Medway; $18,300.

Robert D. Joseph to Robert D. and Amanda K. Joseph, 6250 New Carlisle Pike, Springfield; no fee.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., to Donald W. McKee Jr., and Melissa D. McKee, 805 W. Lake Ave, New Carlisle; $35,900.

Jonathan W. Allender to Nicolas Kennedy and James Kennedy, 509 Church St., New Carlisle; $59,000.

Emly J. Dye to DLJ Mortgage Capital Inc., 1010 White Oak Dr., Springfield; $60,000.

Emly J. Dye to DLJ Mortgage Capital Inc., 0 White Oak Dr., Springfield; $60,000.

Thomas H. and Diana L. Crabill to Lesley P. and Jerry L. Horton, 6516 Manete St., Springfield; $164,900.

Toby Savage and Johnny Savage to Ralph J. Delory, 10876 Haddix Road, Fairborn; $87,000.

Charlotte L. Conley to Bank of America NA, 122 Sunny Brook Trl., Enon; $60,000.

Blake D. De Volld to Tara Patterson, 1343 Ryan Ct., Springfield; $214,000.

Diana L. Wooten to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., 3017 Colony Lane, Springfield; $47,000.

Stephen R. and Jenny M. Bell to Geoffrey A. Barnes Jr., and Molly Q. Barnes, 606 W. Harding Road, Springfield; $110,000.

Elizabeth A. Davis and Jason L. Chesshir to Elizabeth A. Davis, 320 Gruen Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Sarah Joann Roberts to Sarah Joann Frey, 1429 Grover St., Springfield; no fee.

Carson and Nonnie Ewing to JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, 1423 Obenchain Ave., Springfield; $16,700.

DW Property Solutions LLC to Matthew K. Banhagel, Trustee, 925-927 Clifton Ave., Springfield; $15,000.

James Michael Andrews to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 629 E. Euclid Ave., Springfield; no fee.

US Bank Trust NA to Equity Trust Co., Custodian FBO, 402 Chestnut Ave., Springfield; $11,000.

Leonard Williams Jr., and Tammie L. Williams, to Christiana Trust Division of Wilmington, 201 Stratmore St., New Carlisle; $30,000.

B & G Homebuyers LTD to Scott M. Wilcox, 823 Plumwood Dr., New Carlisle; $65,000.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Walter E. and Mary Jane Wardley, 404 Falcon Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Thomas W. Hatcher to Stephen T. Dallas, 312 N. Church St., New Carlisle; $35,000.

Rita C. Burns to John William Burns, 2208 Manhattan Blvd., Springfield; no fee.

Ralph B. Shearer to Alpha & Omega Staffing Solutions Inc., 0 Plattsburg Road, South Charleston; no fee.

James Sweeney to Brenda J. Sweeney, 234 S. Urbana St., South Vienna; $29,800.

Judy A. Arnold to Robert H. and Carolyn S. Adkins, 5823 Morris Road, Springfield; $212,000.

Betty J. White to Gerald Joseph and Lillian D. Myles, 4649 Reno Lane, Springfield; $60,000.

Frank Edward Hoyt to Marjorie Lou Hoyt, 1151 Cheyenne Ave., Springfield; no fee.

National Trail Parks & Recreation to City of Springfield, Ohio, 0 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield; no fee.

National Trail Parks & Recreation to City of Springfield, 0 W. Leffel Lane; no fee.

William R. Keener to Jeffrey Alan Keener, 519 E. Leffel Lane, Springfield; no fee.

James W. Rutan Sr., and Sarah L. Rutan, to John and Melissa Griffith, 2794 Springfield-Jamestown Road, Springfield; no fee.


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