Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

New Suits

13-DP-0275 – Andrea McCoy, 1412 N. Lowry Ave. vs. Benjamin Reyna, 1412 N. Lowry Ave.; petition for domestic violence protection order.

13-DP-0274 – Rebecca Williams, 1730 W. Jefferson St. vs. Naomi McGowan, 1901 W. High St.; petition for civil stalking protection.

13-DP-0273 – Dee A. Sturgill, 2651 Northbourne Drive vs. Lonnie E. Benford, undetermined address; petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DS-0271 - Andrew L. Graves, 4146 Hominy Ridge Road, Apt. 4 and Ashley Graves, 1417 E. High St.; petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DR-0269 – James P. Davidson, 3895 Cabot Drive, Apt. Q vs. Rachel S. Davidson, Albuquerque, New Mexico; complaint for divorce.

13-DS-0268 – Tracy Lynn Thompson, 65 Snider St., New Carlisle and Mark Alan Thompson, 314 Drake Ave., New Carlisle; petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS-0267 – Amy Kudela, 11 W. Mulberry St. and Steven Kudela, 20 E. Mulberry St., rear; petition for dissolution of marriage.

13–DP-0266 – Amanda S. Adams, 64 Larkspur Drive, South Vienna vs. Joy Adams, 1575 Prospect St.; petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DP-0265 – Michelle Swimer, 848 Woodglen Lane, New Carlisle vs. Beverely Massey, 840 Woodglen Lane, New Calrisle; petition for civil stalking protection order.

13-DP-0264 – Stephanie K. Harner, 560 Chestnut Ave. vs. Andrew C. Lenoir (Carter), 1057 S. Yellow Srpings St.; petition for civil stalking protection order.

Nancy E. Hale, 5660 Breezewood St. vs. John P. Hale, 1329 Villa Road, both parties granted divorce on grounds of undeniable incompatibility.

State of Ohio vs. Heidi Long; convicted of forgery, six-months prison, $400 restitution.

State of Ohio vs. Jessica Freeland; convicted of receiving stolen property, six-months prison with credit time served.

State of Ohio vs. Lemarr Jennings; convicted of possession of cocaine, possession of heroin and having weapons under disability, 20 years prison with credit time served, $17,500 fine, 10 years license suspension.

State of Ohio vs. Brittany Smith; case dismissed.

State of Ohio vs. Daniel Cupps; case dismissed.

Home City Federal Savings Bank vs. Moses Peterson, et al.; judgment for $111,786.02.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Michael D. Whaley to Sarah E. Herier; 4849 Lehigh Drive; Moorefield Twp.; $85,000.

Billy J. Bradley to Robert M. Beedy and Rita M. Beedy; city; $37,000.

Eric C. and Stephanie L. Harshbarger to Matthew G. Kelch and Michelle N. Garrison; 626 Villa Drive; Moorefield Twp.; $99,900.

Deborah Leblane to Shawn E. Elliott; 1584 Mahar Road, South Vienna; $122,000.

Arthur E. Waddle and Kelly M. Waddle to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs; 5422 Springfield-Jamestown Road, Green Twp.; no fee.

Ohio Investments LLC to Prime Property LLC ; 735 Grandview Drive; city; no fee.

Wendy S. Oty to David D. Oty; 2165 Yellow Springs St.; Springfield Twp; no fee.


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