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Public Records


PUBLIC RECORDS

COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-CV-0293 Citi Mortgage Inc., O’Fallon, Missouri vs. Robert E. Simpson, 357 Winchester St., New Carlisle; complaint in foreclosure for $51,798.02 for property at 357 Winchester St., New Carlisle.

13-CV-0292 The City of Springfield, Ohio City, Hall, 76 E. High St. vs. Margie E. Lyons, 1225 Tibbetts Ave.; plaintiff demands judgment of $7,556.

13-CV-0291 – Bank of America, N.A., Plano, Texas vs. James R. McCoy aka James McCoy and Pamela McCoy, 1711 Lundgren Road, New Carlisle and 5264 Silverdome Drive, Dayton; complaint in foreclosure for $96,179.34 for property at 1711 Lundgren Road, New Carlisle.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Fifth Third Mortgage Co. vs. Quality Construction Home; decree in foreclosure for $145,307.42.

Beneficial Financial 1 Inc. vs. Mark A. Steiner, et al.; decree in foreclosure for $53,184.55.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Stephen E. Brownlee, et al.; decree in foreclosure for $86, 325.70.

Fifth Third Mortgage Co. vs. Clifford Combs, et al.; decree in foreclosure for $40,753.67.

Bank of America vs. Tracy Smith, et al.; complaint dismissed.

State of Ohio vs. Mario C. Grimes; convicted of trafficking in heroin, 17 months prison with credit time served, five years license suspension, $5,000 fine.

State of Ohio vs. Brian Woodruff; convicted of theft, three years community control, $1,500 fine, $4,495.76 restitution.

State of Ohio vs. Tyler Baisden; convicted of theft, two years community control, $1,500 fine, $3,000 restitution.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Thomas Michael Wilson Sr., 35, 1262 S. Fountain Ave., veteran and Sarah Diane Shafer, 30, of 1262 S. Fountain Ave., warehouse worker.

Jeramiha Davon Burton, 22, of 1704 East St., cook and Brittany Nicole Keyton, 22, of 1704 East St., welder.

Robert O’Neil Clark IV, 25, of 2107 Troy Road, Apt. B8, sales and Nicole Michelle Gaige, 23, of Fairfield, student.

Kenton Byron Weller, 25, of 400 Sunset Court, Apt. 2F, South Charleston, mitigation specialist and Jacquelyn Erin Rae McCloskey, 18, of 400 Sunset Court, Apt. 2F, South Charleston, student.

Anthony Wayne Dewitt, 47, of 2107 Troy Road, Apt. B7, martial arts school owner and Tamera Kaye Smith, 48, of 2107 Troy Road, Apt. B7, program director.

Nathan Daniel Long, 26, of 481 Stratmore St., New Carlisle, manager, and Kristen Nicole Urschel, 28, of 169 Weinland Drive, New Carlisle, LPN.

Christopher Thomas Phillips, 24, of 234 Birch Road, student/restaurant worker, and Christina Michelle Musick, 33, of 234 Birch Road, student/restaurant worker.

Ronald Aaron Carr, 65, of 1379 Bellefair Ave., retired, and Tanya Lee Bass-Carr, 57, of 1379 Bellefair Ave., cashier.

James Thomas National 38, of 608 Oneida Drive, veterinarian, and Kelly Nicole Holmgren, 26, of Bartlett, Tenn., zookeeper.

Perry Arnold Lambert, 52, of 8130 Battin Howell Road, South Charleston, and Lisa Michele Lehotay, 44, of 8130 Battin Howell Road, South Charleston, lab technician.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Sara L. Gawel to Federal National Mortgage Association; 221 Heistaid Drive, Donnelsville; $105,000.

BEF Foods Inc. to Springfield Jefferson St., LLC; city/Springfield Township; $90,885.

Michael D. Donovan to Federal National Mortgage Association; 355 Birch Road, Springfield Twp.; $26,667.

Patricia A. Carpenter to Shelby R.R. Merson; 235 S. Buena Vista Road, South Charleston; Harmony Twp.; $840,000.

Douglas S. Deer and Jan Deer to Micahel A. Loftis and Lisa M. Loftis; 2400 Signal Hill Road, Moorefield Twp.; $522,500.

Advantage Bank to Beverly and Dennis Dickerson; Lot 11, Prairie Bluff, Moorefield Twp.; $10,000.

Vantium Capital Market, LP to Jose Anonio Davila; 1925 Lexingtpm Ave.,city; $19,000.

Cynthia Corrine Koogler aka Cynthia C. Koogler to Robert W. Rollins and Casey K. Rollins; 2664 Casey Circle, city; $98,000.

Richard Robbins aka Richard L. Robbins, et al. to Federal National Mortgage Association; 7 Hennessy Ave., city; $667.

Kelly L. Young to Jay V. Young; 1711 Miracle Mile; city; no fee.

Secretary of Housing & Urban Development to William Shields; 1311 S. Belmont Ave., city; no fee.

Jack Lawson to Grace Lawson; 1648 Sierra Ave., Moorefield Twp.; no fee.


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