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Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0005 – US Bank NA c/o US Bank Home Mortgage v. Katy M. Cardoza, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 229 Rawson Dr., New Carlisle for $76,743.46.

13-CV-0007 – Bank of America, N.A., v. David Griffin, 2222 N. Hadley Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $114,588.20.

13-DS-0022 – Shaun Wightman, 367 S. Clairmont Ave., v. Tyla Wightman, Brookville, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS-0023 – Dorothy Jean Foster, Trotwood, v. Rance Rayford Foster, Dayton, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DP-0024 – Russell E. Higbee Jr., 4129 New Carlisle Pike v. Balinda J. Higbee, 4129 New Carlisle Pike, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0025 – Ashley Wilcox, 610 Linwood Ave., v. San Quan Stockdale, 610 Linwood Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0026 – Kim Black, 3247 Erter Dr., v. Ray Barney, New Carlisle, petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DP-0027 – Melissa D. Byrd, 1101 Fruitland Road, v. Michael S. Byrd, 501 E. Columbia St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0028 – Balinda Higbee, 4129 New Carlisle Pike v. Cheri George (Sanders), 4215 Sintz Road, petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DP-0029 - Balinda Higbee, 4129 New Carlisle Pike v. Russell Higbee, 4129 New Carlisle Pike, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0030 - Balinda Higbee, 4129 New Carlisle Pike v. Paul George 4215 Sintz Road, petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DR-0031 – Trent A. Schuler, 1575 Croft Road, v. Tamara L. Schuler, 1575 Croft Road, complaint for divorce.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio, Departmen of Job and Family Services v. John D. Scott, judgment for $15,930.32.

Deloger May III v. Brittany D. May, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Johnnie B. Hisey v. Diane E. Hisey, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Sarah Johnson and William Johnson Jr., dissolution of marriage.

Marie A. Hennigan v. Todd W. Hennigan, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Chrystal Smith and Greg S. Smith, dissolution of marriage.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

US Bank NA to Elizabeth H. Bates, 3881 Lawrenceville Dr., Springfield, German Twp.; $68,609.

Community’s Hearth & Home, Ltd., to Hearth & Home at Harding LLC, five parcels, City of Springfield; $1,650,000.

Community’s Hearth & Home, Ltd., to Hearth & Home at El Camino LLC, three parcels, City of Springfield; $1,650,000.

Betty Jane Trimmer to Kelly B. Kaylor, 3029 Colony Lane, City of Springfield; $72,000.

Cyle C. Young and Patricia Young to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., 1434 Sunset Ave., City of Springfield; $16,667.

David E. Seagraves to U.S. Bank NA, 1458 W. Clark St., City of Springfield; $16,667.

Bexley Properties, LLC to Samuel J. Dixon, 2481 Berger Ave., City of Springfield; $67,000.

Charles R. Foley to Anne C. Foley, 4886 Brannon Dr., E., Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Sherry L. Jennings, Howard R. Rude and Jerry L. Rude to Jerry L. Rude, 1113 S. Limestone St., City of Springfield; no fee.

US Bank NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1825 Mound St., City of Springfield; no fee.

James J. Sigmon to Thelma M. Sigmon, 464 Sherman Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.


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