Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

12-CV-1250 – Wells Fargo Bank, NA v. Alisa C. Sallas, 4737 Cullen Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $88,484.39.

12-CV-1262 – U.S. Bank NA v. Kamal Abdel-Wahab, 1980 Kingsgate Road, Unit A, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $198,100.84.

12-CV-1263 – Jonathan L. Thornsbury, 509 ½ W. Pleasant St., v. Conley Tillman, 244 W. Johnny Lytle Ave., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on April 4, 2011.

12-CV-1264 – Bank of America, NA v. James A. Baker, 712 Olive St., et al., complaint for $58,477.89 for property located at 1836 Hillside Ave.

12-DP-1148 – Susan Smith, 2212 Green Knoll Dr., v. P. John Peifer, Yellow Springs, petition for civil sexually oriented offense protection order.

12-CV-1282 Fifth Third Mortgage Co., Cincinnati vs. Samuel C. Bogard, and Barbara S. Bogard, of Sahuarita, Ariz., and 8051 Springfield Jamestown Road; plaintiff demands judgment in the amount of $123,058.35 for property at 8051 Springfield Jamestown Road.

12-CV-1281 – Liberty Savings Bank, Wilmington, Ohio vs. John C. Christian and Connie C. Christian, 2146 Perkins Drive, complaint in foreclosure for $118,406.21.

12-CV -1279 – Karen M. McCullough, Monticello, Ky. vs. Community Health Program, Cincinnati, and Stephen Buehrer, administrator, Bureau of Workers Compensation, Columbus; notice of appeal.

12-CV-1278 – The National Bank & Trust Co., Wilmington, Ohio vs. Justin J. Magnone and Amie L. Magnone, 5853 Hunter Road, Enon; plaintiff demands judgment of $26,716.63.

12-CV-1277 – The Huntington National Bank, Columbus, Ohio vs. John E. Fisher, 1805 S. Sweetbriar Lane, et al..; complaint in foreclosure for $71,662.29 for property.

12-CV-1276 – Brandon M. Strayer, et al., 501 S. Arlington Ave. vs. Wesley R. Barnett, et al., last known address, 645 S. Arlington Ave.; plaintiffs demand judgment in excess of $25,000 for battery of a minor on June 21, 2012.

12-CV-1274 – Cenlar Federal Savings Bank nka Cenlar FSB, Ewing, N.J., vs. LaDonna A. Richardson aka LaDonna A. Glenn, and Charles L. Glenn, 1766 Wittenberg Blvd., E., plaintiff demands judgment of $19,585.

12-CV-1273 –Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Fort Mill, S.C. vs. Onorino A. Trotti and Cheryl L. Trotti, Clearwater, Fla.; complaint in foreclosure for $63,582.52 for property at 1006 Robin Road.

12-CV-1272 — JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. vs. Brenda Barker, 1030 Summer St., et al.; complaint in foreclosure for $75,493.41.

12-CV-1271 — MidFirst Bank, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma vs. Larry C. Fritz aka Larry Fritz, 1574 Warder St.; complaint in foreclosure for $45,768.87.

12-CV-1270 — Christopher Crawford, 5715 National Road vs. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., Bloomington, Ill. and Tiffany R. Buffington, 322 Prentice Drive, New Carlisle and Jay E. Michael, special administrator for the estate of Ashley Louise Harrison-Freeman, deceased; plaintiff demands judgment for damages in excess of $25,000 for an accident on Dec. 22, 2010.

12-CV-1269 — Bank of America, Plano, Texas vs. Pamella J. Leach, 2980 Mechanicsburg Road, et al.; complaint in foreclosure for $85,042.

12-CV-1268 — Bank of America, Ft. Worth, Texas vs. Gloria Jean Brashears, 2167 Scioto St., et al.; complaint in foreclosure for $90,185.27 for property at 2167 Scioto St.

12-CV-1266 – The Bank of New York Mellon vs. William R. Graul aka William Graul and Martha M. Graul, Grove City; complaint in foreclosure for $46,344.39 for property at 135 Wilson Ave.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Daniel Hively, convicted of aggravated assault, two years community control, ten days jail served five consecutive weekends beginning Jan. 4, 2013, pay restitution and costs.

State of Ohio v. Noe Bustos, convicted of OVI, two years prison, ten years driver’s license suspension, $1,350 fine.

State of Ohio v. John Stewart III, convicted of receiving stolen property, 10 months prison.

State of Ohio v. Shaun Hildenbrand, convicted of domestic violence and assault, 10 months prison on each count to run consecutively for a total of 20 months, $60 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Scott Fahl, convicted of two counts rape, 11 years prison each count, convicted of gross sexual imposition, five years prison to run consecutively for a total of 27 years prison, classified as a Tier III sex offender, five years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Brandon Howard, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Michael Line, convicted of attempted aggravated assault, 10 months prison.

State of Ohio v. Johnnie Taylor, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. LeMarr Jennings, case dismissed.

Arlena L. Crochran v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Jacob C. Wilson, convicted of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, five years community control, classified as a Tier II sexually oriented offender.

State of Ohio v. Deandre Dixon, convicted of forgery, two years community control, $1,000 fine.

State of Ohio v. Phil Hubbard, community control revoked, 11 months prison for theft, $750 fine and $250 balance on fees owed.

State of Ohio v. Christopher Risner, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Kesean Hall, case dismissed.

Household Realty Corp., v. Robert L. Corlew Sr., judgment satisfied and released.

State of Ohio v. Tyree Wright, case dismissed.

Wilma Brookhart, et al., v. Hearth & Home of Urbana, LLC, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Newspaper Network of Central Ohio v. The Springfield Paper, case dismissed.

Kimberlie Cole v. Adriel Harris, case dismissed.

State of Ohio vs. Billie Buchanan; convicted of trafficking in drugs, two years community control, $110 restitution.

State of Ohio vs. Anna Litteral; convicted of possession of heroin, 12 months prison term, credit for time served.

State of Ohio vs. Laune Dozier; convicted of aggravated robbery, 10 years prison term, credit for time served, $583.33 restitution.

Melissa Coles vs. Noel P. Coles Jr., petition dismissed.

Katrina Morris vs. Patrick Branam; petition dismissed.

David Beachum vs. Bonita Beachum; petition dismissed.

Peggy J.F. Depriest vs. Rafael G. Alvares; petition dismissed.

Chase Home Finance LLC vs. Michael W. Smith, et al.; judgment for $48,367.61.

Bank of America vs. Tamara K. Schwark aka Tamara K. Mobley-Schwark aka Tammy K. Schwark, et al.; judgment for $40,875.23

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Lonnie G. Thatcher, et al.; judgment for $90.000.

U.S. Bank National Association vs. Douglas L. Anderson; judgment for $94,351.90.

State of Ohio vs. Michael Rice; convicted of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle; three years community control.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Joseph Aaron Roaden, 20, of South Vienna, United States Army to Kirsten Nikole Hoke, 19, of South Charleston, guest assistant.

Daniel E. Erickson, 31, of USAFA, Colorado, United States Army, and Ashley Elizabeth Lohnes, 25, of USAFA, Colorado, Army National Guard.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

BAC Home Loans Servicing LP to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; city; no fee.

John R. Bender to Linda K. Bender; city; no fee.

Fred L. Channell to Channell Farms LLC; German Twp.; no fee.

Jack E. Slattery and Judith L. Slattery to Pond Edgar Homes, LLC; city; no fee.

Carolyn S. Pencil and Todd D. Pencil, co-trustees to Todd D. Pencil, Timothy L. Pencil, William B. Pencil and Chad E. Pencil; pike twp.; no fee.

Jacob A. George and Angela F George to Jacob A. George and Angela F. George; Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Mud Run Farms to Mud Run Farms, LLC; Mad Twp.; no fee.

Donna A. Comer and James C. Comer to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association; Springfield Twp.; $80,000.

Ryan T. Burns to Courtney A. Evans; New Carlisle; $76,000.

Christopher J. Murray and Kathleen Murray to Craig A. HItt and Megan A. HItt; Madison Twp.; $228,900.

Dayview Care Center Inc. to New Carlisle Health Facilities; New Carlisle; $2,200,000.

Carl H. Guckenberger and Mary E. Guckenberger, trustee to John C. Guckenberger, trustee of the John C. Guckenberger; Harmony Twp.; $1,416,394,

Estate of George A. DeLong to Adrian N. Auckerman and Wanda F. Auckerman; Pike Twp.; $99,500.

Neil E. Augenstein to Jason N. Augenstein; Mad River Twp.; $90,000.

Advantage Bank to Bradley and Kara Armstrong; Moorefield Twp.; $16,500.

Advantage Bank to Brett and Amanda Foulk; Moorefield Twp.; $13,500.

Estate of Virginia M. Sharpe to Helen F. Beatty; city; $38,000.

Susan M. Good to Susan M. Good and Earl David Knott; city; no fee.

W. Richard Wildman and Sharon E. Wildman to Matthew W. and Sarah M. Wildman; Madison and Green Twps.; no fee.

Penelope R. Gaber to Dino R. Martino; city; no fee.

Gary L. Chastain and Jayne M. Chastain to Gary L. Chastain and Jayne M. Chastain; Pike Twp.; no fee.

The Bank of New York Mellon to Lisa Cotterman and Brian Cotterman; Mad River Twp.; $22,500.

Sherrie A. Sheard to Robert J. Hoskins; New Carlisle; $99,500.

PNC Bank, National Association to Angela C. Fairbanks; Harmony Twp.; $19,700.

R. Bruce Knight and Vivalyn Knight to R. Alan Thompson and Theresa L. Thompson; Harmony Twp.; $468,000.

Wayne Richardson and Anna L.Richardson; to Overholser Investment LLC; North Hampton; $27,500.

Angela D. McGowan and David D. McGowan to Susan C. O’Neal; German Twp.; $70,000.

Advantage Bank to Farmers Equipment Inc.; South Charleston; $120,000.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to Profit Making Ventures; city; $13,501.

Wayne A. Richardson and Anna L. Richardson to Roger L. Neff, co-trustees of the Roger L. Neff and Susan K. Neff Revocable Living Trust; North Hampton; $25,000.

Amy M. Harper, et al., to Newbury Place; Bethel Twp.; $33,334.

Harvey W. Sizemore and Lois J. Sizemore to Leia N. Fitch; Springfield Twp.; $47,900.


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