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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0564 - The Bank of New York Mellon v. Franklin S. Krueger, 1235 Beverly Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $37,778.

13-CV-0565 - Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. Stephen E. Heironimus, 4444 Reno Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $125,017.

13-CV-0566 - Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, v. Jack Smith, 4460 Dayton Road, Lot 11, complaint for $175,756 for medical services rendered.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Corinna S. Wells, et al., v. Walter Allen Williams, et al., judgment in favor of defendant against plaintiffs with costs assessed to plaintiffs.

Security National Bank v. Douglas E. Clay, et al., judgment for $173,979.

Grange Mutual Casualty Co., v. Richard L. Ray, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Jacob Thurnau, convicted of domestic violence, two years prison, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Jakeb Bowermeister, community control revoked due to violation, for the offense of four counts burglary, two years prison on each count; for the offense of attempted burglary, 12 months prison; credit for jail time served from Nov. 28, 2012 to Jan. 4, 2013, and from Feb. 25 until transported, counts one and two to be served concurrently with each other, counts three and four to be served concurrently with each other and consecutively to counts one and two, count five to be served concurrently with all other counts for a total of four years, $15,319 restitution, $545 for unpaid cost of electronic monitoring and $125 balance owed for supervision fees.

State of Ohio v. Travis Boggs, convicted of burglary, two years prison with credit for jail time served from May 18 until transported, $1,000 restitution.

Barbara J. McElroy v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, et al., case dismissed with prejudice, costs to be paid by plaintiff.

Ronald J. Gordan v. Derek Alvarado, case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

State of Ohio v. Kyle Warner, community control revoked due to violation, for the offense of burglary, three years prison with credit for jail time served from Feb. 6-24, 2012, judgment for $650 balance owed for electronic monitoring.

State of Ohio v. Kyle Warner, convicted of four counts forgery, 11 months prison each count to be served concurrently with each other and consecutively with sentences in two other cases.

State of Ohio v. Kyle Warner, convicted of forgery, 11 months prison to be served consecutively with sentences in two other cases.

State of Ohio v. Davon P. Marshall, violation of intervention in lieu of conviction, convicted of receiving stolen property, 10 months prison with credit for jail time served from Sept. 11, 2012 to Jan. 18, 2013, to be served consecutively to sentence imposed in another case.

State of Ohio v. Davon P. Marshall, convicted of burglary, two years prison with credit for jail time served from March 5 until transported, to be served consecutively to sentence imposed in another case, $500 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Joshua Wallen, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Brittney Allen, convicted of receiving stolen property, two years community control, $500 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Melissa Stephson, community control continued for one year beyond the term until Aug. 22, 2014.

State of Ohio v. Dustin Leeander Stamper, convicted of attempted identity fraud, 180 days jail with credit for time served from March 2 to May 30, $209 restitution, jail sentence stayed until July 1 for financial sanction to be paid, jail sentence suspended if paid in full.

State of Ohio v. Jennifer Drugmand, convicted of receiving stolen property and theft of drugs, two years community control.

State of Ohio v. Christina M. Watkins, convicted of obstructing justice, 30 days jail, $250 fine, jail sentence stayed until July 24, jail sentence to be suspended if financial sanctions are paid in full prior to July 24.

State of Ohio v. Kenneth Wade, convicted of receiving stolen property, 60 days jail, $100 fine, jail sentence stayed until July 31, jail sentence suspended if fine and costs paid or imposed if not paid.

State of Ohio v. William Grubb, convicted of possession of cocaine, two years community control, one year operator’s license suspension, $1,000 fine.

Christina Kennedy v. Larry E. Kennedy II, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Balinda J. Higbee v. Russell E. Higbee, consent agreement and domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Russell E. Higbee v. Balinda Higbee, consent agreement and domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Michael Sebastian v. Lloyd Wilson, protection order denied.

David L. Bruggeman v. Courtland Eyler, protection order denied.

John Zook v. Aaron M. Snyder, protection order granted.

Brad L. Bailey v. Jason D. Bailey, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Sherri Haynes v. Robert Haynes Jr., domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Ariana Whitt v. Stephen J. Fletcher Jr., domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Angela L. Moody v. Jerome D. Chandler, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Cassondra Howard v. Richard D. Wano, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Ariana Whitt v. Amanda Crew, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Tamarra Martin v. Muhammad Ali Thomas, case voluntarily dismissed.

Tamarra Martin v. Dianna Davila, case voluntarily dismissed.

Tamarra Martin v. Daseyi Johnson, case voluntarily dismissed.

Amanda Decker v. Michael Robinson, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Robert G. Vanover v. Nora M. Vanover, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility and living separate and apart for more than one year.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Alex Mikhail Galinsky, 37, Santa Monica, California, sales, to April Rae Risteff, 35, Santa Monica, California, teacher.

Luis Miguel Perez, 27, New Carlisle, airline employee, to Mayra Lopez, 26, New Carlisle.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

William C. Colwell and Connie E. Colwell to Gavin C. Patch and Nicole N. Patch, 4644 Eastridge Street, Springfield, German Township; $168,500.

Douglas D. Clark to Nathaniel J. Silver, 1121 Cheyenne Avenue, Springfield, Moorefield Township; $73,000.

Ted R. Kneisley and Carol S. Kneisley to James T. Lindsey and Dorothy C. Lindsey, 577 Hiser Avenue, Springfield, Moorefield Township; $215,000.

Tschida Investments, LLC to Robert A. Farmer and Kimberly S. Farmer, 726 Sheffield Drive, Springfield Township; $129,000.

Bruce E. Ray and Judith Ray to Homer T. Porter Jr., 301 N. Clay Street, New Carlisle Township; $25,500.

Alliance Realty Capital LLC to Donald E. Leatherman, 3031 Hillside Avenue, Springfield Township; $30,000.

Sheila K. Slone to Mark A. Lane and Mindy North, 5155 N. Dayton-Lakeview Road, New Carlisle, Pike Township; $210,000.

Michael D. Gibson, Executor of the Estate of N. Bernice Gibson aka Nila Bernice Gibson, to Charles W. Graham III, 340 Gruen Dr., City of Springfield; $60,000.

Tara Baugh fka Tara Wynn to Adrienne Dawn Eubanks, 2422 Woodside Avenue, City of Springfield; $78,000.

Samuel T. Spradlin and Tammie A. Spradlin to Y & B Main, Ltd. 2840 E. Main Street, City of Springfield; $126,405.

Fannie Mae to Michelle E. Bonerigo, 431 Southwood Drive, City of Springfield; $143,700.

Marisa L. Burwell fka Marisa L. Pechawer to Douglas J. Acton, 1927 Pond Drive, City of Springfield; $36,500.

Kathleen M. Watson to Carol S. Kneisley and Ted R. Kneisley, 1820 Pinehurst Drive, City of Springfield; $62,975.

Stephen D. Watson to Carol S. Kneisley and Ted R. Kneisley, 1820 Pinehurst Drive, City of Springfield; $62,975.

Andrew Blaydes Althouse and Patricia Ellen Althouse to Michael A. Althouse, 269 Glenmore Drive, City of Springfield; $46,000.

Sheriff office to Herbert G. Dooley, Terry Dooley and Dennis Kelly, 731 W. Main Street, City of Springfield; no fee.

Sheriff office to Herbert G. Dooley, Terry Dooley and Dennis Kelly, 539 E. Grand Avenue; no fee.

Virginia E. Miller to James Mark Miller and Mary E. Miller, 1203 Eastgate Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Keith R. Wojciechowski to Federal National Mortgage Association, 833 S. Burnett Road, City of Springfield; no fee.


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