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Clark County Fair to see big changes at animal auctions this year

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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-DS-0542 — Marilyn Nicole Hart-Slater, 4715 Jeremy Ave., and Daniel Robert Slater, 4715 Jeremy Ave., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0543 — Jennifer Timmerman, 538 Tarimore Dr., v. Kyle Timmerman, Cincinnati, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0544 — Sheneal Prater, 662 W. Jefferson St., v. James B. Lawerence, 1258 Edgar St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DP-0545 — Terrence Parker, 2535 E. Main St., #146, v. Elizabeth Wilson, 370 Sherman Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DP-0546 — Rosemary Muncy, South Vienna, v. Ronnie Muncy, South Vienna, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0547 — Ashley Kidd, 1943 Primm Dr., Apt. C, v. Paige Brown, 1941 Primm Dr., Apt. E, petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DR-0549 — Sara E. Evans, 778 E. Southern Ave., v. Danny E. Evans, Lockbourne, complaint for divorce.

14-DP-0550 — Shila Baldridge on behalf of Kamden Halley, South Charleston, v. Tyler Halley, South Charleston, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Kristina Springer, convicted of three counts child endangering, 18 months prison on each count to run concurrently for a total of 18 months, jail credit for time served.

State of Ohio v. Frederick J. Almon, convicted of possession of cocaine, six months prison to be served consecutively to a sentence currently being served, jail credit for time served.

State of Ohio v. Marcus Andre Dupree Hagans, convicted of possession of cocaine, five years prison with jail credit for time served, three years post-release control mandatory, five years driving privileges suspension, $2,400 forfeited.

State of Ohio v. Fred Markel, convicted of obstructing official business, $285 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Daniel Collier, community control continued due to violation, 10 days jail with credit for time served.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Kendall Lee Wray, 22, Logansport, Ind., carpet cleaner, to Melinda Mae Shoup, 22, Twelve Mile, Ind., grocery clerk.

Travis Jacob McIntosh, 21, Jamestown, student, to Annie Louise Schakat, 21, 3784 Ronda Crt., student.

Johnny Surbaugh, 57, 2420 Kenton St., glazier, to Wanda Jean Banfield, 55, 2420 Kenton St., retail sales.

Marcus Tyrone Parker, 23, Newport News, Va., food service, to Ebony Yvette Lynn Robinson, 20, Fort Campbell, Ky.

Matthew Ray Insley, 30, 1960 Ashbrook Dr., pharmacist, to Brittanie Daniele Leep, 29, 1960 Ashbrook Dr., dog trainer.

Michael Joseph Ferris, 34, Enon, to Pamela Sue Groeber, 42, Enon, LPN.

James Curtis Epperson Jr., 26, Winchester, Ky., sales manager, to Nicole Marie Thiede, 28, 2609 Arthur Road, fast food.

Walter James Woomer, 32, 3867-A Cabot Dr., nurse, to Brittany Nichole Davidson, 25, 3867-A Cabot Dr., nurse.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Jeffrey L. and Angelina M. Graham to Jeffrey L. Graham, 517 Colony Trl., New Carlisle; no fee.

Shirley Gentry, Trustee, to Shirley Gentry, 702 Willowick Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Richard Lee Kitchen to John Lee and Joann K. Kitchen, 4711 and 4715 Old Springfield Road, Springfield; no fee.

Ronni S. Reed to Wells Fargo Bank NA, 2461 Cottingham Road, N., Springfield; $53,400.

Billie K. Gambill to Darrell R. Gambill, 6043 Nagley Road, South Charleston; no fee.

Lawrence Manion to Lawrence G. and Darcus M. Manion, 16 S. Rankin Ave., South Charleston; no fee.

Jerry L. and Susan E. Massie to Jason Augenstein, 5481 Hunter Road, Enon; $245,600.

John H. Campbell III and Tracee M. Campbell to AUG Property Investments LLC, 609 Hiser Ave., Springfield; $166,000.

Mary C. Brinsley to Valerie K. Pendleton, 1036 Cheyenne Ave., Springfield; $58,000.

Juvinee Horne to Frank J. Brewer, 10477 Detrick-Jordan Pike, New Carlisle; no fee.

SLKN LLC to R. Bruce and Vivalyn Knight, 4300 E. National Road, Springfield; $100,000.

First Christian Church to Jesus True Vine Ministries, 408 W. Washington St., Springfield; no fee.

Janice L. Vaughan to Alayna and Larry Alan Estep, 1225 Glenmore Dr., Springfield; $99,000.


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