Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0075 – Everbank v. Darlene Baretto-Cydrus, 2541 Sunset Ave., et al., complaint for foreclosure for property located at 1802 Warder St., for $50,284.80.

13-CV-0076 – Autovest L.L.C. v. Thomas L. Griffith Jr., 2703 Dwight Road, No. 2, complaint for $9,952.03.

13-CV-0077 – Wells Fargo Bank, NA v. Vivian Ollie Blalock, Albemarle, North Carolina, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 244 S. Xenia Ave., Enon, for $107,062.37.

13-CV-0078 – Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Jarrod S. Riley, 2708 E. Main St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $61,721.64.

13-CV-0079 – Daniel G. Gentis, Urbana, v. Walter Wilson Jr., 4825 Willowbrook Dr., complaint for damaged crops for $14,750 for actual damages and $29,500 for punitive damages.

13-DR-0086 – Juventina Nunez, 4632 Eldora St., v. Armando Nunez, 4632 Eldora St., complaint for divorce.

13-DP-0087 – Tiffany DeWitt, 716 N. Belmont Ave., v. Brian DeArmond, New Carlisle, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Diane Pencil, convicted of forgery, one year community control.

State of Ohio v. Tamar Cobb, case dismissed.

Westfield National Insurance Co., v. James W. Brooks, case dismissed.

Asset Acceptance LLC v. Edward A. Cowgill, judgment for $24,403.49.

HSBC Mortgage Services Inc., v. Joshua W. Hartman, et al., judgment for $131,808.21.

HSBC Bank USA, NA v. Stephen L. Doane, et al., decree in foreclosure for $81,419.44.

Honda Federal Credit Union v. Mark D. Sinclair, et al., decree in foreclosure for $14,734.05 on the first claim and $9,851.58 on the third claim.

The Cincinnati Insurance Co., v. Donta M. Smith, judgment for $22,835.25.

United States of America, acting through the Rural Development, United States Department of Agriculture v. Ruth A. Nickells, et al., decree in foreclosure for $140,122.20.

Security National Bank v. Bryce A. Haythe, et al., judgment for $22,651.85.

Denise Simms v. American Family Insurance Co., case dismissed with prejudice.

Leanna L. Mills, et al., v. Westfield Insurance Co., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Provident Funding Associates, LP v. Steven P. Looney, et al., case dismissed.

Lavera L. Wolfe v. Mark A. Wolfe, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage License

Paul Clinton Boggs, 21, Enon, Army, to Jean Hee Cozad, 25, Lewiston, Idaho, teacher.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Carl E. Giffen to Matthew Lee Roberts, 27.036 acres, Pike Twp.; $108,811.17.

William Warner to Tony W. Smith, partial parcel, Springfield Twp.; $6,000.

Michael H. Coulter and Jana C. Coulter to Charles Ammon Dyer, 7956 Old Clifton Road, Springfield, Green Twp.; $184,000.

Marilyn S. Grounds, Executor of the Estate of Charles Douglas Ward, to Ronald E. Best and Mary Lou Best, 3429 Colonial Dr., Springfield, German Twp.; $120,000.

Tschida Investments, LLC to Richard B. Carey, 245 Lawnview Ave., City of Springfield; $75,000.

Orville W. Mann to Larry Zink, 1833 Highland Ave., City of Springfield; $17,500.

Patricia F. Kniceley to Jad T. Coy, 1331 Amherst Road, City of Springfield; $70,000.

RMT Properties, LLC to Ed Atzenhoefer, Ann Atzenhoefer and Kay Atzenhoefer, Co-Trustees of the Boehme Trust, 1440 Selma Road, City of Springfield; $68,000.

Karen Massie Riddle to Latasha S. Cade, 806 S. Wittenberg Ave., City of Springfield; $35,000.

Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mtg. Assoc., to Micah C. Hanks, 423 S. Arlington Ave., City of Springfield; $65,000.

Lucille B. Waugh, Successor Trustee to the Jim E. Waugh and Lucille B. Waugh Rev. Living Trust, to Lucille B. Waugh, 3680 Miller Road, Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Carl Giffen to Carl Giffen, partial parcel, Pike Twp.; no fee.

William Warner to William Warner, 425 Highview Ave., Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Vernon E. Lauer to Teresa C. Lauer, 4729 Pheasant Hill Ct., Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

William Donald Dewitt to Nancy L. Dewitt, 702 Brookfield Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

PNC Bank, N.A., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 409 Kennison Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

Betty C. Cook and Donna J. Curtin to Donna J. Curtin, 8014 Philadelphia Dr., Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

Ronald Chapman to Brad Brown, 526 Homeview Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

PNC Bank, N.A., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1018 Broadway St., City of Springfield; no fee.

David A. North to Vicki L. North, 267 Glenmore Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.


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