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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-CV-0128 - The Huntington National Bank v. Mitchell-Peterson Inc., 1170 Upper Valley Pike; Rudolph J. Mosketti Jr., 3101 N. Limestone St.; et al., complaint for $281,243 due on cognovit promissory note.

14-CV-0147 - Joseph N. Mason, 211 Shadla Road, v. Zachary J. Lough, 2026 Providence Ave., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Nov. 10, 2010.

14-CV-0148 - Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, v. George Keriazes, 821 Weybridge Dr., complaint for $20,739.

14-CV-0149 - Asset Acceptance, LLC, v. Norman Rouch Jr., Medway, complaint for $16,721.

14-DS-0177 - Amanda M. Weller, New Carlisle, and Steven M. Weller, 3965 New Carlisle Pike, petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0178 - Diane Candia, 229 Roseland Dr., E., v. William Joseph Bono, 301 Roseland Dr., E., petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DS-0179 - Amanda N. Rollins, 2016 Sturgeon St., and Ricky D. Rollins Jr., 539 Linwood Ave., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0180 - Richard Mickle, 520 Ludlow Ave., v. Arica L. Shaw-Thatcher, 518 Ludlow Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Rodney Ragland, convicted of abduction, 24 months prison; convicted of domestic violence, 17 months prison to be served concurrently with other sentence and with jail credit from Jan. 3, 2013 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, three years post-release control mandatory, $1,847 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Christopher Bates, convicted of receiving stolen property, 12 months prison, offense committed while on post-release control for another sentence, post-release control terminated and remaining time to be served in prison for 22 months and 20 days consecutively to other sentence for a total sentence of 34 months and 20 days, jail credit from July 22-28, 2013, from Dec. 2, 2013 to Jan 10 and from March 6 until conveyance.

The Huntington National Bank v. Chris Young, et al., consent judgment for $48,065 to be made in monthly payments of $250 per month until total judgment and costs paid in full.

State of Ohio v. Michael A. Robinson, community control continued and extended an additional three years due to violation.

State of Ohio v. Michael Allen Robinson, convicted of improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, five years community control, $2,000 fine.

Greenville Federal v. Robert S. Kellar, et al., case dismissed.

CitiMortgage Inc., v. Mark A. Ornstein, et al., judgment vacated.

State of Ohio v. James Green III, convicted of having weapons while under disability, 12 months prison with credit from March 10 until conveyance to run consecutively to another nine month sentence for a total of 21 months.

State of Ohio v. James Green III, convicted of trafficking in heroin, nine months prison with credit from Oct. 17-18, 2013 and from March 10 until conveyance to run consecutively to another 12 month sentence for a total of 21 months, one year driver’s license suspension, $5,000 fine.

State of Ohio v. Daniel Collier, convicted of safecracking, two years community control.

State of Ohio v. Robert Boulware-Faison III, convicted of assault on a peace officer, 15 months prison consecutive to other sentences being served.

Nabil Midrhi and Jacqueline Midrhi, dissolution of marriage.

Donna Pena v. Jose Pena, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Timothy E. Deel v. Julie R. Deel, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Matthew Allan Stamper and Emily Michelle Stamper, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Jason Rick McNeal, 37, 821 S. Isabella St., customer service representative, to Sarah Elizabeth Votaw, 32, 821 S. Isabella St.

John William Hicks Jr., 24, New Carlisle, construction worker, to Kelly Michelle Tapia, 32, New Carlisle, entertainer/dancer.

Christopher Wade Howatt, 30, Dunbar, Wisconsin, system administrator, to Rebecca Sue Linville, 33, Dunbar, Wisconsin.

Brad Alan Gallamore, 43, 616 E. Cecil St., tree trimmer, to Donna Marie Kunkle, 36, 616 E. Cecil St., retail associate.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

David Ross Weddington to KLM2 Investment Properties LLC, 3609 Addison-New Carlisle Road, Pike Twp.; $154,000.

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to John E. Woods and Tammy Shields, 3934 New Carlisle Pike, Springfield Twp.; $35,000.

Banc of America Funding Corp., to Winfred C. Stelzer, 1834 Kenwood Ave., City of Springfield; $28,500.

Oxford Lending Group LLC to Matthew R. Beck, 815 W. Mulberry St., City of Springfield; $3,500.

Michael Stokes to Judith A. Stokes, 1011 W. Lake Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mortgage to Elaine Simpson, 1740 Troy Road, Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Norma J. Ryman to Shelby Nicodemus, Trustee, 266 Hampton Trl., North Hampton; no fee.

Ernest Davis and Evelyn I. Davis to Evelyn I. Davis, 322 W. Parkwood Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

John W. Hamilton III to John W. Hamilton III and Willliam E. Robinson, 737 S. Limestone St., City of Springfield; no fee.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Bryan Peterson, 1215 Selma Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Bank of America, N.A., 1303 N. Lowry Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.


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