Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-DR-0261 - Kristen N. Gates, 2805 Duncan St., v. Adam C. Gates, 2805 Duncan St., complaint for divorce.

13-DR-0262 - Mary Jo Johns, 2457 Mechanicsburg Road, v. Dwight Johns, Benson, Arizona, complaint for divorce.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Kimberly A. Lopez v. Noel Lopez, case dismissed.

Katherine Vickers v. Joshua Oneal, protection order granted.

Angel DeForrest v. Dwayne T. Jones, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

State of Ohio v. Summer Massie, convicted of breaking and entering, two years community control, 29 days jail with credit from Dec. 12, 2012, to Jan. 9, 2013.

State of Ohio v. Harold Collins, community control revoked due to violation, 15 months prison on each count of two counts of trafficking in crack cocaine, sentences to be served consecutively with each other and consecutively with sentences imposed on three other cases, $110 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Theodore A. Higgins, convicted of felonious assault, three years prison, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. James L. Smith III, convicted of attempted felonious assault, 30 months prison with credit for jail time served since Nov. 23, 2012, three years post-release control mandatory, $2,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Joseph Joy, convicted of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, six months prison, five years driver’s license suspension, restricted plates and interlock systems on motor vehicles, $2,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Tisha Redman, community control revoked due to violation, 36 months prison for conspiracy to commit illegal manufacture of drugs.

State of Ohio v. Carl Joseph David Lemmings, convicted of breaking and entering, six months prison.

State of Ohio v. Carl Hewitt, convicted of breaking and entering, six months prison.

State of Ohio v. Seth Hapner, convicted of burglary, three years prison with credit for jail time served since Oct. 28, 2012.

State of Ohio v. Taevian Alexander Harris, convicted of aggravated burglary, four years prison, five years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Gary Pierce, community control revoked due to violation, 12 months prison for theft with credit for time spent in West Central Correctional from June 15, 2010, to Nov. 15, 2010, sentence to be served consecutively with sentences imposed in two other cases.

State of Ohio v. Gary Pierce, community control revoked due to violation, 12 months prison for theft with credit for jail time served from June 15, 2010, to Nov. 15, 2010 and May 8, 2012, to June 19, 2012, sentence to be served consecutively with sentences imposed in two other cases.

State of Ohio v. Gary Pierce, community control revoked due to violation, 12 months prison for forgery with credit for jail time served since Jan. 17, 2012, to Feb. 3, 2012, and May 8, 2012, to June 19, 2012, sentence to be served consecutively with sentences imposed in two other cases.

Home City Federal Savings Bank v. Brett C. Baisden, et al., judgment for $15,936.12.

Capital One Bank (USA) N.A., v. Larry E. Hoskins, case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

Capital One Bank (USA) N.A., v. Eldon M. Miller, case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. v. Todd J. Tuttle, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Brandon Michael Nokes, 26, 2360 N. Limestone St., maintenance, to Emlyn Noel Bowles, 23, 2360 N. Limestone St., hazard insurance processor.

Brandon Lee Wittenhagen, 26, 371 White Cliffs Ct., tree climber, to Imani Vivian McCauley, 19, 371 White Cliffs Ct.

Adam Leigh Hutchinson, 35, 922 Sunset Ave., student, to Pamela Ann Smith, 31, 1945 Primm Dr., Apt. C.

Brent Bradley Smoot Jr., 29, 1050 Stanway Ave., warehouse worker, to Tori Marie Jenkins, 20, 1050 Stanway Ave., customer service rep.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Molly Binz nka Molly Krauss and Andrew Krauss to Jerushia M. Knox, 1936 Montego Dr., Moorefield Twp.; $119,900.

Virgil Alan Hix to Floyd Newland, 13245 E. National Road, Harmony Twp.; $27,000.

Nathan S. Hiddleson and Shelia L. Hiddleson to Kevin P. Welsheimer and Janice J. Welsheimer, 4840 W. Jackson Road, Enon, Mad River Twp.; $150,000.

James Burks Jr., and W. Pearl Burks to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 1129 Oak St., City of Springfield; $6,667.

Karen D. Miller to Kevin D. Miller, 4201 Snyder-Domer Road, Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Patricia L. Hixson to Eric M. Gray, 4036 Ryland Dr., Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Freedom Mortgage Corp., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 52 First St., North Hampton; no fee.

Kathleen R. Johnson to Richard G. Johnson, 13065 E. National Road, South Vienna, Harmony Twp.; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Dodridge, LLC, 769 Shrine Road, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Anthony W. Boling, 932 Firwood Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

The Secretary of Veteran Affairs to Nicholas J. Hunter, 6903 Arnold Ave., Enon, Mad River Twp.; no fee.


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