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Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0384 - Lisa Hayes, 2310 N. Limestone St., Apt. 112, v. Excel, Inc., Westerville, and Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, notice of appeal.

13-CV-0386 - Andrea D. Florence, New Carlisle, v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and Industrial Commission of Ohio, Columbus, et al., notice of appeal.

13-CV-0388 - United States of America acting through the Rural Development, United States Department of Agriculture, v. Kevin Lee Wamer, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1664 Hartley Ave., New Carlisle, for $46,944.70.

13-CV-0389 - Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Rachel A. Monroe, 245 E. Brent Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 4041 Martin Dr., North Hampton, for $77,135.25.

13-CV-0390 - WesBanco Bank Inc., 28 E. Main St., v. Lee N. Sindle, 3741 Lawrenceville Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem only for property located at 604 Zeller Dr.

13-CV-0392 - Sam McGraw, Executor of the Estate of Kyle D. McGraw, South Vienna, v. Dustin Rapp, 626 N. Murray St., et al., complaint in forcible entry and detainer, demands Writ of Restitution of said premises and judgment for unpaid rent, utilities and late fees.

13-DP-0349 - Stephen E. Murray, Fairborn, v. Chris Pearson, New Carlisle, petition for civil stalking protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Walton E. Cox v. Addie D. Cox and Joanna G. Cox, judgment vacated, case dismissed with prejudice.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Tommy R. Weems Jr., et al., case dismissed.

Stonecrest Income and Opportunity Fund I, LLC, v. Matthew A. Jackson, et al., decree in foreclosure in rem judgment entry.

Geico General Ins. Co., et al., v. William S. Bass, et al., judgment for $34,117.98.

Grange Mutual Casualty Co., v. Lewis H. Botkin Jr., judgment for $15,253.84.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Rhonda L. Turney, et al., decree in foreclosure for $53,856.93.

The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Co., NA, fka The Bank of New York Trust Co., N.A., v. Michael A. Moore, et al., decree in foreclosure for $70,628.55.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Jimmie D. Althouse, et al., judgment for $197,755.62.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Rachel L. Culp, et al., decree in foreclosure for $71,489.58.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Helen A. Sowers, et al., decree in foreclosure for $60,782.14.

In the matter of the foreclosure of liens for delinquent land taxes by action in rem by the Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Parcels of land encumbered with delinquent tax liens and Gregory King, et al., case dismissed.

U.S. Bank NA, as Trustee, v. Brian L. Grubb, et al., decree in foreclosure for $102,226.22.

US Bank NA v. Michael A. Babers, et al., case dismissed.

Robert Nicholas Gade and Beth Ann Gade, dissolution of marriage.

Stephen Murray v. Chris Pearson, case dismissed.

Beth Benner v. William Stringfellow, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Adam Hall v. David Lee Keiter, protection order denied.

Devin M. Black v. Leanna E. Black, case dismissed.

Tisha Lambert v. Dameon J. Russell, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Devon Cannons v. Matthew L. Cannons, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Terri Ann Erdmann and Kenneth Mark Erdmann, dissolution of marriage.

Kristen M. Kline and Robert S. Kline Jr., dissolution of marriage.

Paul M. Ross and Sheila D. Ross, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Aaron Michael Smith, 22, 1212 Mound St., to Brittany Michelle Whitacre, 21, 1212 Mound St., STNA.

Andrew Paul Wheeler, 31, 1201 Pythian Ave., decorator, to Kristen Lynn Wollenberg, 26, 1201 Pythian Ave., QMRP.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Jon M. Miller and Craig L. Miller, Co-Trustees of the Betty L. Miller Trust, to Jane V. Bayliss, Doug Bayliss and Kimberly Bellew, 4555 Tacoma St., Moorefield Twp.; $70,000.

Leo H. Hull Jr., to JK Brock, LTD, 34 Hillcrest Dr., Medway, Bethel Twp.; $10,500.

Paul L. Smith, Executor of the Estate of Raymond Carson Currie, to Durke M. Ripley and Jami L. Ripley, 647 White Oak Dr., Springfield Twp.; $130,000.

Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mortgage Assn. to Genaro Bernardino, 212 Galewood Dr., New Carlisle; $19,300.

Andrew E. Reynolds and Karmella S. Reynolds to James L. Pugh and Julia K. Pugh, 10116 Marquart Road, New Carlisle, Pike Twp.; $311,000.

Neighborhood Housing Partnership of Greater Springfield to FHNSB, LLC, an Ohio Limited Liability Co., 1028-1030 S. Fountain Ave., City of Springfield; $17,000.

George W. Miller to George W. Miller and Connie L. Miller, 146 Weinland St., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Tony M. Rump and Melissa Rump to David Arthur, Robert Mosier and Mark Crouse, 105 Oaksmere Dr., Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Estate of Martha J. Roberts aka Martha Roberts to William J. Roberts, 2704 S. York St., Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Douglas D. Stevens and Mary L. Stevens to Mary L. Stevens, 514 Cookston Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Transportation Alliance Bank Inc., to Home Opportunity, LLC, c/o Halo Asset Mgmt., 661 Tibbetts Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.


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