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Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-DP-0341 - Joyce L. Keen, 907 Gothic St., v. Scott Bellows, 908 Gothic St., petition for civil sexually oriented offense protection order.

13-DP-0342 - Tammy L. Hartley, 1131 Clifton Ave., v. Joseph Seng, 1129 Clifton Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Tricia L. Riley v. Joseph M. Knisley, protection order denied.

Marocka T. Robinson v. Dashun D. Lumford, protection order denied.

Jennifer M. Atchison v. Thomas James Allen Benner, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Nicole Bethel v. Neil Copas, protection order denied.

Starletta Thomas v. Malik Shaw, case dismissed.

Kathleen Sampson and David Sampson, dissolution of marriage.

Lisa R. Sutherland and James N. Sutherland, dissolution of marriage.

Ashlee Evans v. Michael S. Evans, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Shawn M. Nickell v. Keesha E. Nickell, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Janice Simpson v. Davon Marshall, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Amy Marshall v. Korina Powell, civil stalking protection order granted.

State of Ohio v. Joshua Jarvis, convicted of weapons while intoxicated, forfeit shotgun to the State of Ohio, pay all costs of prosecution and fees.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Justin W. White, et al., decree in foreclosure for $69,488.21.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Lynn D. Reeder aka Lynn D. Kleppinger, et al., judgment for $62,544.91.

Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. Jeffery A. Brammer, et al., judgment for $52,822.31.

Landmark America Inc., v. Chester E. Fitzsimmons, et al., judgment for $135,344.97.

JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, v. Carson Ewing, et al., decree in foreclosure for $56,416.82.

Tom Hale, Director, Clark County Department of Community Development, v. Kathy M. Balch, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

James Douglas Baker, 39, 1508 Lexington Ave., student, to Tonya Lynn King, 38, 1508 Lexington Ave., supervisor.

Keith Alan Hopper, 49, Springfield, police officer, to Tracey Ann Gochenouer, 43, Springfield, unit clerk.

Christopher Dujuana Summers, 31, 2236 Erie Ave., manufacturing, to Quiana Marquette Martin, 28, 2236 Erie Ave., patient care assistant.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Anthony S. Mancini to Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mortgage Assn., 343 Birch Road, Springfield Twp.; $45,000.

The Bank of New York Mellon to Tschida Investments, LLC, 726 Sheffield Dr., Springfield Twp.; $71,000.

Faith United Methodist Church of Springfield to Tim Donut U.S. Limited, Inc., 2000 E. Main St., City of Springfield; $325,000.

Lagonda Investments, LLC, to Derby Glen, LLC, eight parcels Derby Glen Subdivision, City of Springfield; $215,000.

Rhonda J. Printz to Michael A. Foster, Trustee, 1784 Edwards Ave., City of Springfield; $7,000.

Michael A. Foster, Trustee, to Kinder Home Solutions by Waters, LLC, 1784 Edwards Ave., City of Springfield; $15,000.

U.S. Bank, N.A., to The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 141 Weinland St., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Belmont Avenue Methodist Episopal Church, et al., to Faith United Methodist Church of Springfield, Ohio, 2000 E. Main St., City of Springfield; no fee.


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