You have reached your limit of free articles this month.

Enjoy unlimited access to

Starting at just 99¢ for 8 weeks.


  • ePAPER

You have read of premium articles.

Get unlimited access to all of our breaking news, in-depth coverage and interactive features. Starting at just 99c for 8 weeks.


Welcome to

Your source for Clark and Champaign counties’ hometown news. All readers have free access to a limited number of stories every month.

If you are a News-Sun subscriber, please take a moment to login for unlimited access.

Public Records



13-CV-0331 - MYCUMORTGAGE, LLC, c/o Cenlar FSB, v. Norma L. Garcia, 473 E. McCreight Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $45,805.81.

13-CV-0355 - KeyBank NA v. Sheila Ann Cunningham, individually and as Executor of the Estate of Mary Ellen Cunningham, Lima, et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem for property located at 314 E. Cecil St.

13-CV-0356 - Bank of America, N.A., v. Jodi Rowland aka Jodi Riley, 136 The Post Road, Apt. F., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1371 Warder St., for $68,876.39.

13-CV-0357 - Security National Bank v. Sagdah, Inc. c/o Mohammad Arjeh, Statutory Agent, Canal Winchester, et al., complaint for $145,749.53.

13-CV-0358 - Rodrick W. Garrison, Co-Executor of, and on behalf of, the Estate of Glen Garrison, Fairlawn, et al., v. Masonic Retirement Village, Inc., c/o Thomas J. Stofac, Statutory Agent, 2655 W. National Road, et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for breach of contract, unjust enrichment and declaratory judgment.

13-CV-0359 - State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., v. Nicole D. Crosnoe, 1225 W. Pleasant St., et al., complaint for $16,332.71 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Oct 6, 2011.

13-CV-0360 - Ally Financial Inc., v. Adam J. Leach, New Carlisle, complaint in replevin for motor vehicle and for money damages.

13-DP-0327 - Heather Nicole Miller, 245 Brent Dr., E., Apt. V, v. Waldo Thomas Miller, Lancaster, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0328 - Erika Phillips, South Charleston, v. Darryl Jackson, 918 Clifton Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.


CitiMortgage, Inc., v. Douglas E. Smith, et al., judgment vacated, case dismissed, all costs charged to plaintiff.

State of Ohio v. Damon Freeman, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Francisco Flores, convicted of theft, two years community control, 75 days in jail with credit from Jan. 29 to present, $8,532.87 restitution.

Lawrence Hall Jr., v. Springfield Poultry Co., Inc., et al., case dismissed with prejudice, at plaintiff’s cost.

HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc., v. Gary L. Brown, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s cost.

CitiMortgage, Inc., v. Michael A. Ruf, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s cost.

Ronald Anderson, et al., v. Progressive Specialty Insurance Co., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Stephanie Harner v. Andrea Lenoir, petition for civil stalking protection order denied.

Jarrod Beverly v. Leanna Henry, petition for domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Jillian C. Mellott v. Tawan M. Whitaker, case dismissed.

Amber L. Ankeny v. Matthew Ankeny, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Stephen T. Baker and Kristin A. Baker, dissolution of marriage.

James L. Myers and Shirley J. Myers, dissolution of marriage.

Karen M. Keeran and Phillip Keeran, dissolution of marriage.

Shauna McComas and Bryan McComas, dissolution of marriage.

Jessie J. Damewood and Patrick O. Damewood, dissolution of marriage.


Marriage Licenses

Ronald Lee Knisley, 65, 3314 E. National Road, tractor trailer driver, to April Michelle Thompson, 37, 3314 E. National Road.

Michael Joseph Hildebrand, 19, 700 Stevison Dr., electrician, to Becca Michelle Riley, 19, 700 Stevison Dr., customer care specialist.


Property Transfers

Estate of H. Elizabeth Ridenour Rucker to Carolyn L. Rollins, 3471 Laura Lane, Springfield, Mad River Twp.; $90,000.

David W. Case and Dorothy S. Case to Stone Financing, LLC, 169 Sunny Brook Tr., Enon; $142,500.

Stone Financing, LLC, to Lilia B. Barberi, 169 Sunny Brook Tr., Enon; $133,000.

Dewaine A. Blair to Wendy L. Rickmon, 23 Grand Valley Dr., Enon; $85,000.

Michael G. Gardone to Howard H. Miller and Leona L. Miller, 1049 Meadowlark Dr., Enon; $214,600.

Dorothy J. Jones to Georgia A. McCoy, 300 Orchid Dr., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; $95,900.

Howard H. Miller and Leona L. Miller to Michael G. Gardone, 1040 Cardinal Dr., Enon; $190,900.

Darlene L. Hawk, et al., to Wilmington Trust, NA, 2738 Seymour Lane, City of Springfield; $90,000.

Clair A. Johnson, Larry H. Johnson, Betty L. Johnson, Darrell L. Johnson and Mary L. Johnson to Robert F. Kampman, 1149 Armsgate Road, Unit 145, City of Springfield; $83,000.

B. Jack Williams to Randy L. Stoll and Bobbie Stoll, 2947 Avery Cir., City of Springfield; $78,500.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., to EH Pooled Investments LP, 1415 Schiller St., City of Springfield; $9,250.

Vincent A. Abbey Jr. and Mary M. Abbey to Opportunities Industrialization Center of Clark County Inc., 600 W. Main St., City of Springfield; $70,000.

Barbara L. McAdams, Executor, to Barbara L. McAdams, 2653 Home Orchard Dr., City of Springfield; $97,100.

Katherine W. Wildman to Catherine Hellmuth, Trustee of the Catherine Hellmuth Revocable Trust, 408 N. Broadmoor Blvd., City of Springfield; $170,000.

Nancy C. McGregor to Dale B. McFeatters and Ann C. McFeatters, 270 Brighton Road, City of Springfield; $500,000.

Robert J. Houston and Millina S. Houston to Melissa Mae Bauer, 1860 Willow Lakes Dr., #25, Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Don L. Washburn, Trustee, to Don L. Washburn, Trustee, 2603 Springfield-Jamestown Road, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Paula R. Long and Greg W. Long to Paula R. Long and Greg W. Long, 926 Narcissus Dr., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Matthew Weller, et al., to Julia Sarah Cusimano, 115 Willow St., South Charleston; no fee.

City of Springfield, Ohio, to Springfield Overhead Door, LLC, 1601 Sheridan Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Reader Comments ...

Next Up in Crime

Some local communities saw 3-plus inches of rain fall in 24 hours
Some local communities saw 3-plus inches of rain fall in 24 hours

More than 3 inches of rain fell over the last 24 hours in some parts of the Miami Valley and Southwest Ohio. Flash flooding was a problem for some, especially in communities south of Dayton in Warren, Butler and Clinton counties. Auglaize County 1.94: Minster  Butler County  3.42: Mount Carmel  2.21: Saint Paris  Clark County ...
Clark Co. health officials report 1 suspected Zika virus
Clark Co. health officials report 1 suspected Zika virus

A traveler returning home in Clark County has contracted what is believed to be the Zika virus, according to the Clark County Combined Health District. The individual traveled from a “Zika hot spot” and upon return exhibited a rash and other symptoms consistent with Zika, according to Clark County Health Commissioner Charlie Patterson. ...
Stafford: Learn about cancer while applauding survivors
Stafford: Learn about cancer while applauding survivors

OK, class, I know it’s late in the school year, but Mr. Stafford needs you to settle down and take your seats. We’re starting today with a little quiz. Save your groans. The torture won’t last long this time. Just three questions, true or false, easy-peasy. But there’s a catch, a reason you might want to put down your cell phones...
Teen charged in Bellfontaine school threat
Teen charged in Bellfontaine school threat

A Bellfontaine High School student was arrested Thursday night and alleged to have made threats against the high school. The Bellfontaine Police Department announced on their Facebook page they arrested a 16-year-old and said that the community is safe. The student is alleged to have uploaded a video onto Facebook Thursday threatening to harm other...
SBDC exec to place more emphasis on existing businesses
SBDC exec to place more emphasis on existing businesses

The new executive director for the Small Business Development Center in Springfield said the agency will likely place more emphasis on growing existing businesses in Clark County. The agency has placed an emphasis in the past in helping small businesses get off the ground, said Rob Alexander, who took over as executive director of the SBDC. That kind...
More Stories