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Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0008 – Bank of America N.A., v. Anthony M. McKenzie, Tipp City, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1261 Styer Dr., New Carlisle, for $71,289.06.

13-CV-0012 – Bank of America N.A., v. Michael T. Shelton, 1378 Warder St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $37,718.99.

13-CV-0013 – U.S. Bank NA, v. Michelle S. Mundy, 3715 Springfield Jamestown Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $172,151.22.

13-CV-0014 – The Bank of New York Mellon v. Neal C. Folck, Dayton, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 4581 Jeremy Ave., for $197,624.50.

13-CV-0015 – Wells Fargo Bank N.A., v. Helen A. Sowers, 2045 S. Hadley Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $60,782.14.

13-CV-0016 – AUTOVEST LLC, v. Janis Yoder, Medway, complaint for $16,267.03.

13-CV-0017 – Karen Linson, 2744 Upper Valley Pike, v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, et al., notice of appeal.

13-CV-0018 – Essentia Insurance Co., v. Mershon’s World of Cars Inc., 201 E. North St., et al., complaint for $50,000 for compensatory damages.

13-CV-0019 – Miami Valley Hospital v. Daniel Riley, 4283 Reno Road, complaint for $70,269.28 for medical services rendered.

13-CV-0020 – The Bank of New York Mellon v. Jon T. Griffith, II, 2794 S. Limestone St., et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem for property located at 3740 Ronda Ct.

13-CV-0021 – The Huntington National Bank v. Matthew R. Hemry, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 6367 Greenridge Ave., New Carlisle, for $196,674.04.

13-CV-0022 – U.S. Bank, NA, v. Edward A. Cowgill, 5102 Taywell Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 311 Raffensperger Ave., for $53,251.76.

13-CV-0023 – U.S. Bank, NA, v. Staci J. Maine, 1706 Delmar Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 4406 Burchill St., for $105,943.33.

13-CV-0024 – U.S. Bank, NA, v. Guy Victoria II, 816 Santa Monica Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $165,727.55.

13-CV-0025 – Security National Bank v. Eric J. Shipton, 1804 Perkins Dr., et al., complaint for $134,667.87.

13-CV-0026 – Bank of America, N.A., v. Charlotte L. Conley, Enon, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 122 Sunny Brook Trail, Enon, for $124,219.05.

13-CV-0027 – Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. Matthew D. Blevins, 275 S. Belmont Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $95,369.36.

13-CV-0028 – HSBC Bank USA, NA, v. Stephen Gudorf, 2000 Folk Ream Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 127 E. Liberty St., for $40,553.05.

13-CV-0031 – Catherine Shatto, as Administratrix of the Estate of Ronnie Shatto, 2650 Allen Dr., et al., v. Joseph Morman, M.D., et al., judgment for compensatory and exemplary damages in amounts that are fair, just and supported by the evidence.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Kevin Hayes, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Harold Stertz, case dismissed.

David W. Smith v. International Truck & Engine Corp., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Angelic R. Roby v. Phillip O. Baer, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Aaron Baker, cases dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Aaron Baker, convicted of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vechicle, nine months prison.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

George L. Remmers to Thomas Ellis, 1593 Columbus Ave., city of Springfield; $22,000.

Rodney E. and Roberta Demmitt to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, 910 Weinland St., New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; $13,334.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Keith Ray Hague II and Ariel E. Hague, 45 N. Main St., North Hampton; $29,900.

Dawayane V. Keefer Sr. and Patricia A. Keefer to U.S. Bank N.A., 564 Stanton Ave., city of Springfield; $20,000.

Geoffrey R. Ashworth to Federal National Mortgage Association, 4623 North Plateau Drive, Springfield, Moorefield Twp.; $86,667.

Jeffrey Leroy Wright to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 6325 Plateau Drive, Springfield, Moorefield Twp.; $110,000.

Springfield Overhead Door, LLC, to Thomas D. Rue, 0 West Leffel Lane, city of Springfield; $300,000.

Dawn R. Sinclair, executor of the estate of Elizabeth E. Stephenson to Thomas L. Lands, 4738 Ridgewood Road East, Springfield, Moorefield Twp.; $82,500.

John W. King to Patricia A. Schneider, 4575 Tacoma St., Springfield, Moorefield Twp.; $70,000

Jedidiah B. Bettelon to Ronald Hamm and Daphne Hamm, 320 Sycamore Road and 0 Tulip Road, Medway, Bethel Twp.; $67,000.

U.S. Bank N.A. to Kari Roberts, 3789 New Carlisle Pike, Springfield, Springfield Twp.; $120,500.

Kristina L. Clum, as trustee of the Kristina L. Clum Trust to Eric Robert Shively and Kimberly A. Shively, 284 Eagle Court, Springfield, Springfield Twp.; $20,000.

Jamie L. Rigel fka Jamie L. Ream to Scott Thomas, 520 E. Euclid Ave., city of Springfield; $5,000.

Esther Jo Ann Dixon to TMR Maintenance LLC, 912 Oak St., city of Springfield; $19,000.

Shad A. Russell and Tara S. Russell to Donald Hixon and Olga V. Hixon, 9938 Old Columbus Road, South Vienna, Pleasant Twp.; $190,000.

Gregg B. Gerlinger to Maressa G. Seymour, 3885 Lawrenceville Drive, Springfield, German Twp.; $87,500.

Julia M. Taylor, trustee, to Prime Properties LLC, 1579-1581 Karr St., city of Springfield; $26,500.

Kristol D. McDonald to Jonathan Nossa, 416 W. Possum Road, Springfield, Springfield Twp.; $163,000.

Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mortgage Association to Craig Hartman aka Craig J. Hartman, 300 Forrest Drive, Springfield; $95,900.

James E. Criner to Robert B. Mitchell and Carrie K. Mitchell, one parcel, Schiller Road, Medway, Bethel Twp.; $40,000.

Daniel M. Runyan to Daniel M. Runyan, 2165 Vernon Asbury Road, South Vienna, Pleasant Twp.; no fee.

Shirley Metzger to Charles C. and Shirley A. Metzger, 6418 Troy Road, Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Robin S. Wilson and Lloyd J. Wilson to Arthur I. Widawski, successor trustee of the Robin S. Wilson trust, 1471 Wilson Road, South Charleston, Harmony Twp.; no fee.

Joseph L. Smith to Joyce A. Smith, 7085 Detrick Jordan Pike, Springfield, Pike Twp.; no fee.

Estate of Jeanette Purnell, un-remarried widow, to W.C. Purnell, L.R. Purnell and Donna M. Purnell, 5408 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield, Green Twp.; no fee.

Jennifer L. Rose nka Jennifer Rose Shaffer and Aaron H. Shaffer, to Jennifer Rose Shaffer and Aaron J. Shaffer, 4132 Ashton Lane, Springfield, Moorefield Twp.; no fee.

James E. Criner and Clara M. Criner to James E. Criner, two parcels, Schiller Road, Medway, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

John E. Swigert and Debbie T. Swigert to Debbie T. Swigert, 6540 W. National Road, New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Debbie T. Swigert to Debbie T. Swigert and Chantel E. Montgomery, 6540 W. National Road, New Carlisle, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Edward J. Fritz, trustee, 28 Roseland Ave. East, city of Springfield; no fee.


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