Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0616 - Nationstar Mortgage LLC, dba, Champion Mortgage of Ohio, v. Thomas A. Remsberg, 80 Redmond Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 4208 E. National Road for $126,697.

13-CV-0617 - Asset Acceptance, LLC, v. Penelope Holkema, South Charleston, complaint for $15,479.

13-DP-0628 - Simone L. Fultz, 1115 Clifton Ave., 1S, v. Angelo T. Thompson, 717 W. Main St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DR-0629 - Kristi A. Terzo, 2154 Hoppes Ave., v. Eric M. Terzo, 701 E. Cassilly St., complaint for divorce.

13-DS-0631 - Christopher Robert Leath, 410 Kramer Road, and Brittany Leeanne Leath, Kettering, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Travis Hypes, convicted of forgery, 10 months prison with credit for jail time served from Sept. 12 to Oct. 9, 2012, from Feb. 8-19 and from July 15 until conveyance.

State of Ohio v. Michael Wallace, convicted of robbery, four years prison with credit for jail time served from March 8 until conveyance, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. William Gordon Dufner Jr., community control revoked due to violation, 12 months prison for the offense of theft, sentence to be served consecutively to sentences imposed in four other cases, $1,488.02 restitution, $175 supervision fee.

State of Ohio v. William Gordon Dufner Jr., convicted of receiving stolen property, one year prison with credit for jail time served from Jan. 31 to Feb. 4, sentence to be served consecutively to sentences imposed in four other cases, $300 restitution.

State of Ohio v. William Gordon Dufner Jr., convicted of receiving stolen property, six months prison to be served consecutively to sentences imposed in four other cases.

State of Ohio v. William Gordon Dufner Jr., convicted of domestic violence, one year prison with credit for jail time served from April 23 until transported to the Dept. of Rehabilitation and Corrections, to be served consecutively to sentences imposed in four other cases.

State of Ohio v. William Gordon Dufner Jr., convicted of aggravated assault, one year prison to be served consecutively to sentences imposed in four other cases.

State of Ohio v. Keida Johnson, convicted of robbery, one year prison with credit for jail time served from April 21 until transported to the Dept. of Rehabilitation and Corrections, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Dameon Russell, convicted of felonious assault, two years prison with credit for jail time served from July 9 until transported to the Dept. of Rehabilitation and Corrections, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Adrian R. Chilton Jr., community control revoked due to violation, 18 months prisons for the offense of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle with credit for jail time served from April 9 to May 2, 2012 and from Sept. 6-7, 2012, sentence to be served consecutively with sentence imposed in another case, $1,500 fine, $225 supervision fee, $1,350 electronic monitoring balance.

State of Ohio v. Adrian Robert Chilton Jr., convicted of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, 15 months prison with credit for jail time served from May 10 until transported to the Dept. of Rehabilitation and Corrections.

Regina Harshman and David W. Harshman, dissolution of marriage.

Ronald B. White II and Dawn R. White, dissolution of marriage.

Brian J. Pruitt v. Rebecca K. Pruitt, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Brooke N. Lazear and Andrew T. Lazear, dissolution of marriage.

Charles E. Daniel v. Devi F. Averille-Daniel, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

James M. Strohl and Lisa R. Strohl, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Richard Allen Boop, 64, 4364 Johnson Road, retired, to Nancy Lynn Chiles, 61, 4364 Johnson Road, administrator.

Chad Willis Dyer, 36, 2939 Mechanicsburg Road, factory worker, to Wendy Kay Thompson, 32, 2939 Mechanicsburg Road, Ohio waiver employee.

Matthew Alan Nash, 36, Fairborn, estimator, to Brianna Marie Cameron, 31, Fairborn, teacher’s aide.

Bryce Allan Whittington, 26, 1143 Northlawn Dr., mortgage servicer, to Jessica Cecilia Kelly, 23, 4039 Tacoma St., nurse.

Matthew Christian Spiker, 25, Enon, line assistant, to Michelle Leigh Spradlin, 22, 5270 Knollwood Road, patient accounts representative.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Ullie E. Compton and Sandra L. Compton to April T. Hickman, 1200 S. Bird Road, Springfield Twp.; $167,000.

Richard L. Brown and Veronica D. Brown to JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, 6955 New Horizon Ave., Enon, Mad River Twp.; $80,000.

Brian K. Grubb to Kelly A. Gilley and Bruce A. Gilley, 1642 Lambers Dr., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; $63,000.

Estate of Addie L. Slough to Dan R. Flanagan, 210 S. Kensington Pl., City of Springfield; $60,000.

Robert E. Sanders to Robert E. Sanders and Matthew R. Sanders, 2957 Springfield Xenia Road, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

David Robinson, Robyn Martin and Michell Thomas, Co-TTEES UAD 6/6/1997, The Robinson Family Trust, to Robyn Martin and Michell Thomas, 0 N. Hampton Road, New Carlisle, Pike Twp.; no fee.

Kathrine L. Gaddis to John Elton Gaddis, as Trustee of The Gaddis Family Irrevocable Trust dated June 28, 2013, 5032 Mahar Road, South Vienna, Pleasant Twp.; no fee.

Sarah F. Thompson to Pamela Chilton and Betty Piersoll, 1246 W. Perrin Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Wells Fargo, NA, to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1719 Prospect St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 3012 Colony Lane, City of Springfield; no fee.

George L. Witenko, et al., to George L. Witenko and Saundra Ann Witenko, 19 Ardmore Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

PNC Bank, N.A., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 517 Reading Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.

Roger L. Miracle to Carol J. Miracle, 1720 N. Fountain Blvd., City of Springfield; no fee.


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