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Clark County health ranking drops, experts point to OD crisis as cause

Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-CV-0249 - The Huntington National Bank v. Cheryl L. Hubbard aka Cheryl Lynn Breese, Greensburg, Ky., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1565 Rutland Ave., for $51,552.

14-CV-0250 - Green Tree Servicing LLC v. Ronald L. Pack, 917 Southfield Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1631-1633 Cypress St., for $36,001.

14-CV-0253 - State of Ohio v. $90,000 in U.S. Currency, complaint for forfeiture.

14-DP-0316 - Jamie L. Rutherford, South Vienna, v. Mark L. Campbell Jr., 120 N. Fountain Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0317 - Tony A. Bellew, Urbana, and Michelle R. Bellew, 4841 Troy Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DS-0318 - Kevin J. Amidon, P.O. Box 2981, and Traci M. Amidon, 1325 N. Lowry Ave., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0319 - Jessica E. Southers, 1314 E. High St., Apt. 8, v. RaShaad M. Bentley, 1627 East St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Kyle Travis, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Ronald Lee Carey II, 32, 2336 Piney Branch Cir., locomotive engineer, to Andrea Christine Meadows, 30, 2336 Piney Branch Cir., social worker.

Jarod Bradford Barker, 34, Fairborn, student, to Amber Lynn Ankeny, 29, New Carlisle, administrative support.

Christopher Jean Bousquet, 35, 2158 W. Possum Road, pipefitter, to Jean Marie Coberly, 29, 2158 W. Possum Road.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Shelby Nicodemus, Trustee, to Paul Walter and Lois Walter, 266 Hampton Trl., Springfield, North Hampton Corp., $110,000.

Michael Ronemus, et al., to David P. Adducchio, Lot 23, Vienna Woods, Section One A, Pleasant Twp.; $27,500.

Gertrude Hensley to Lesley Darryl Hensley and Elissa G. Hensley, 284 N. Houston Pike, South Vienna, Harmony Twp.; $147,000.

Robert W. Ross and Mary E. Ross to Kenneth M. Rodgers Jr., and Linda S. Rodgers, 4865 N. Houston Pike, London, Pleasant Twp.; $225,000.

Bryan C. Reed to Mathew E. Demers, 4555 Cynthia Dr., Enon, Mad River Twp.; $110,000.

Ann M. Currier, Guardian, to Jerry L. Reed Jr., and Christina Reed, 1901 Western Ave., Enon; $82,000.

Daniel M. Rape, Executor of the Estate of Sheila Y. Rape, to Constance J. Alexander, 4917 Auston St., Moorefield Twp.; $75,000.

Clark County Sheriff to Echo Homes LLC, 5297 Old Columbus Road, Springfield Twp.; $42,000.

Sharon A. Blain to Daniel E. Berner Jr., and Cassie A. Berner, 217 S. Western Ave., City of Springfield; $10,000.

Eugene H. Craycraft and Patricia Jean Craycraft to Andrea D. Judy, 1570 Highland Ave., City of Springfield; $30,000.

Jason LaPorte to Limary Nunez, 2125 Hoppes Ave., City of Springfield; $57,000.

Frances C. Binegar to Meredith L. Brookins, 1519 Edgewood Ave., City of Springfield; $40,000.

Roger Taylor and Mary Taylor to Christopher R. Varner, 1516 Parker St., City of Springfield; $80,000.

Anjala R. Betleyoun to Richard L. Betleyoun, 1132 Grissom Ave., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Harlis R. Price to Harlis R. Price, 3348 Snyder Domer Road, Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Joseph M. Stafford and Carla L. Stafford to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 1200 Tibbetts Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Terry Albritton to Gerard McWhorter, 419-421 W. Mulberry St., City of Springfield; no fee.


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