Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-DS-0902 - Emily K. Aguinaga-Edgington, 1312 Amherst Road, and Jacob M. Edgington, 1312 Amherst Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS-0903 - Larry A. Tourney, 825 N. Tecumseh Road, and Nelline A. Tourney, 825 N. Tecumseh Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS-0904 - Jenny L. Rollins, 212 Villa Road, and Donald R. Rollins, 3432 Hedgely Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS-0905 - Megan K. Hall, 735 Villa Road, Apt. 239, and Jacob M. Hall, Dayton, petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DP-0906 - LaChrissa S. R. Davis, 1435 Villa Road, v. Crystal R. Pace, Dayton, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Tammie A. Donathan, community control revoked due to violation, 11 months prison for offense of trafficking in drugs.

State of Ohio v. Robert Minnick, community control terminated due to violation, six months prison with jail credit from Jan. 15 to Feb. 9, 2012, from May 18-24, 2012, from July 18 to Sept. 13, 2012 and from Oct. 1 until conveyance for the offense of receiving stolen property.

State of Ohio v. Jennifer Wiles, convicted of burglary, nine months prison with jail credit from June 18 to July 15 and from Oct. 7 until conveyance.

State of Ohio v. Mallory Mae Shawver, one year intervention in lieu of conviction.

State of Ohio v. Robert S. Sands, convicted of gross sexual imposition, five years community control.

State of Ohio v. Tawan Maurice Whitaker, convicted of attempted abduction and domestic violence, two years community control, $1,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Donovan K. Johnson, convicted of forgery, two years community control.

State of Ohio v. Anthony S. Knox, convicted of possession of heroin, two years community control, six months driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Matthew Philip Conway, convicted of burglary, three years community control, $1,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Dennis Allen Johnson, convicted of attempted robbery, three years community control, $1,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Bradley Tyrell Harris, convicted of improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, two years community control, $2,000 fine.

State of Ohio v. Robert S. Young, community control continued.

State of Ohio v. Christopher R. Rosales, intervention in lieu of conviction violated, convicted of two counts forgery and two counts receiving stolen property, three years community control.

State of Ohio v. Christopher R. Rosales, intervention in lieu of conviction violated, convicted of theft, three years community control.

Tracynda Jaye Furrow v. Graham Michael Furrow, consent agreement and domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Nikki Reed v. Robert Jennings, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Jessica McNier v. Jennifer Atchison, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

Thomas Benner v. Jennifer Atchison, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Matthew S. Engle and Marsha L. Engle, case dismissed.

Graham Furrow v. Tracynda Furrow, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Karen A. Hupp and Gregory A. Hupp, dissolution of marriage.

Melinda M. Rovan and Isaias Salazar Garza, dissolution of marriage.

Mellissa R. Saffer v. Benjamin Saffer, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility and living separate and apart for more than one year.

Cheyenne M. Maxel v. Thomas S. Maxel, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Vinesh Chand, 28, 2570 Myers Road, student/office assistant, to Eileen Anajao Yabut, 20, 2570 Myers Road, student/office assistant.

Joshua David Barnett, 22, 1906 Elwood Lane, forklift operator, to Morgan Brittney Robinson, 20, 1906 Elwood Lane, assistant daycare teacher.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Linda K. Baker to Woodrow W. Craycraft Jr., 120 Countryside Dr., Enon; $83,500.

JPMorgan Chase Bank NA to Debra S. Wilcox, 129 W. Cedar Road, Medway, Bethel Twp.; $6,930.

Tschida Investment LLC to Lisa Altess, 738 Patrick Road, Springfield Twp.; $90,000.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., to Phillip Walton, 4348 Sintz Road, Springfield Twp.; $63,000.

Fannie Mae to Chance Madison and Roy C. Madison, 1969 Westgate Road, City of Springfield; $72,000.

Hugh E. Wiegel and Grace G. Wiegel to Brien O’Neill, 351 N. Broadmoor Blvd., City of Springfield; $147,500.

Jeffrey R. Foster and Michele K. Foster to Matthew T. Tipton and Jamie M. Tipton, 1115 Kingsgate Road, City of Springfield; $241,000.

Hattie M. Harris to Jack W. Bowers Sr., 608 Gruen Dr., City of Springfield; $55,000.

FCHUX LLC to ARC DB5PROPOO1, LLC, 1830 N. Bechtle Ave., City of Springfield; $2,618,409.

DODRIDGE LLC to Roger E. Love and Rita A. Love, 26 Villa Road, Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Jay J. Wolf and Michael M. Wolf to Julie J. Rose and Sheila S. Wolf, 5826 Winfield Dr., Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

Mark Chaplin to Mark A. Chaplin and Michelle Chaplin, 1375 Beach Dr., Medway, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

William R. Lyons to William R. Lyons and Vicki A. Lyons, 184 Sunnybrook Trl. Enon; no fee.

Bank of America, N.A., to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1303 N. Lowry Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Shawne L. Borden to Shawne L. Bush and Otto Bush, 2127 Sunset Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Steve McCloskey to ATW Properties, LLC, 2133 Memorial Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.

Steven V. McCloskey to ATW Properties, LLC, 2127 Gerald Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.

Steve McCloskey to ATW Properties, LLC, 2120 S. Hadley Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Amy Bowshier and Todd Bowshier, 2328 Derr Road, City of Springfield; no fee.

Cheryl A. Jent to Bryon L. Payne, 438 E. Grand Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.


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