Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-DR-0501 - Marla Brashears, 3182 El Camino Dr., v. John Brashears, 739 W. Liberty St., complaint for divorce.

13-DP-0512 - Amanda Decker, 1436 Logan Ave., v. Michael Robinson, 2506 Hilltop Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0513 - Josephine L. Lewis, 215 S. Yellow Springs St., v. William Wright, 215 S. Yellow Springs St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DS-0514 - Angela Kristen Diffendal, 196 Belleaire Ave., and John Robert Diffendal, 1930 Jordan Dr., Apt. A, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DR-0515 - Ruth Imogene Lanham, 2865 Maplewood Ave., v. Tusi Gene Lanham, 1706 Summit St., complaint for divorce.

13-DP-0516 - Kesorn M. Buchanan, Medway, v. Benjamin Miller, Medway, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DR-0517 - Heather J. Randles, 1521A N. Plum St., v. Randy K. Randles, Mechanicsburg, complaint for divorce.

13-DP-0518 - Christina Kennedy, 1115 W. Jefferson St., v. Larry E. Kennedy II, 2680 E. High St., Apt. 66, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Sukhsimrat Pawar, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Deron Howard, case dismissed.

Daniel G. Gentis v. Walter Wilson Jr., case dismissed with prejudice.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Shirley T. Hampton, et al., decree in foreclosure for $834.16 for costs.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Wallace R. Gassaway, decree in foreclosure for $489.32.

PNC Mortgage v. Janette Smith, et al., decree in foreclosure for $120,619.16.

Capital One Bank (USA), N.A., v. Steven L. Miller, et al., judgment for $21,296.45.

State of Ohio v. Michael Clay, convicted of trafficking in cocaine, three years community control, $80 restitution, six months jail with credit from Feb. 8-14, one year driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Michael Clay, convicted of possession of cocaine, three years community control concurrent with another sentence, one year driver’s license suspension to run concurrently with another one-year license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Richard Herbert Austin Jr., convicted of theft, two years community control.

State of Ohio v. Rebecka Elizabeth Lynn Doss, convicted of attempted robbery, three years community control.

State of Ohio v. Rashad Dixon, convicted of domestic violence, six months prison.

State of Ohio v. Christopher Burkhart, convicted of robbery, four years prison, three years post-release control mandatory.

Timothy S. Taylor v. Meredith L. Taylor, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Aaron Chamberlin v. Christina Chamberlin, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Josaiah Niles Holland, 27, 3867 Cabot Dr., Apt. D., videoconferencing engineer, to Lacey Lynn Myers, 28, 3867 Cabot Dr., Apt. D, science teacher.

Richard Tyler Brumfield, 25, 1307 Waltin Lane, full-time student, to Tailor Michelle Moore, 23, North Hampton, receptionist.

Sirrell Dovon Alexander, 29, 120 N. Light St., to Rachael Nichole Hall, 27, 120 N. Light St.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Gary R. Smith to WesBanco Bank Inc., 3749 Crescent Hill Road, Springfield, German Twp.; $266,667.

Coleen K. Landfried to William E. Crites and Stacy M. Crites, 2817 Cottonwood Dr., Springfield Twp.; $125,000.

Marylou R. Naumoff to Steberl Family Living Trust, 862 E. McCreight Ave., City of Springfield; $30,000.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., to CR Capital Group, LLC, 230 S. Greenmount Ave., City of Springfield; $8,100.

Glen J. Thaxton to Sarah D. Thaxton, 1307 Northfield Ct., Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Margaret A. Christopher to Dale R. Christopher, 5328 Dryden Dr., Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

Bank of America N.A., to The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1132 Chalet Dr., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Estate of Linda S. Dooley to Herbert G. Dooley, seven parcels, German Twp. and City of Springfield; no fee.

Sue C. Owens to Steven L. Wingfield, Joseph Wesley Wingfield and Edwin A. Wingfield, 615 Mavor St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Bank of America, N.A., to The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1611 Edwards Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Gina M. Hughes fka Gina M. Amato to Gina M. Hughes and Michael J. Hughes, 2747 Ashlar Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.

PNC Bank, N.A., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 2230 Shawnee Blvd., City of Springfield; no fee.

Estate of Linda S. Dooley to Herbert G. Dooley, eight parcels, City of Springfield; no fee.

Estate of John A. Brown to Lorriaine Rosemarie Brown, 2311 Hoppes Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Estate of Lorriaine Rosemarie Brown to Roberta Lynn Amsler, 2311 Hoppes Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.


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