Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-DR-0667 — Diana L. Furay, Dayton, v. William E. Furay, New Carlisle, complaint for divorce.

14-DP-0670 — BreAnne Falke, 3409 Maplewood Ave., v. Lance Knisley, New Carlisle, petition for civil stalking protection order.

14-DP-0671 — William Acord, 825 Olive St., v. Lindsey White, 329 E. John St., Apt. D, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DR-0672 — Ellen Estridge, 182 West Dr., v. Larry Estridge, 182 West Dr., complaint for divorce.

14-CV-0494 — FIA Card Services, N.A., v. Ann M. Amlin, 3995 Covington Dr., complaint for $25,986.

14-CV-0496 — Shirley A. Kearney, 2739 Rockford Dr., v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, and Springfield Bowling Center, 1906 Commerce Dr., notice of appeal.

14-CV-0498 — Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas fka Bankers Trust Co., as Trustee, v. Christine L. Jackson, 1319 Clay St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $36,643.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Terry S. Dillon v. Sean M. Dillon, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Shamir Cooper v. James Cooper, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Amanda Kendall v. Dereal L. Wells, civil stalking protection order denied.

Vikki Lynn Hockett v. Travis Myson Feaster, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Timothy S. Sparks v. Lauren C. Hutchins, protection order denied.

Tomeshia Johnson-Brown v. Kevin Brown, case voluntarily dismissed.

Andrea Caroppoli v. Raymond Sparks, civil stalking protection order granted.

Nicole Flarida v. Richard D. Burton, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Heather Brown v. James St. John, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Jessie W. Wooten v. Rebecca C. Wooten, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of gross neglect of duty.

Jennifer L. Parks and Christopher Parks, dissolution of marriage.

Bonnie Jung aka Bonnie Ayers and Shango Haise Ayers, dissolution of marriage.

Pamela A. Paaske v. Kenneth Eugene Paaske, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Ethan A. Barkley v. Nicole L. Barkley, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Gwynne L. Fansler v. Darren T. Fansler, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

State of Ohio v. Azia Ulhaq Zia, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Jerry Wash Exon Sr., convicted of failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer, two years prison with jail credit for time served, to be served consecutively to other sentences presently being served, five years driving privileges suspension, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Jerry Wash Exon Sr., convicted of failure to appear, nine months prison with jail credit for time served, to be served consecutively to other sentences presently being served.

State of Ohio v. Jerry Wash Exon Sr., convicted of theft, six months prison with jail credit for time served, to be served consecutively to other sentences presently being served, $5,900 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Timothy Lee Flint, convicted of felonious assault, four years prison with jail credit for time served, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Michael Howard, convicted of possession of heroin, six months prison with credit for time served, six months driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Alisha Lenoir, convicted of attempted failure to comply, three years community control, 25 days jail with credit for time served, five years driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Paula Potter, convicted of possession of heroin, eight months prison with credit for time served, six months driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Deborah Guyer, convicted of theft of drugs, two years community control, 90 days jail.

State of Ohio v. Brandy Boyd, convicted of deception to obtain a dangerous drug, two years community control.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Mark Anthony Cochran, 55, South Vienna, property maintenance, to Peggy Sue Watson, 49, South Vienna, house cleaning.

Phillip Charles Neff, 54, Beavercreek, front desk, to Susan Lynn Fligor, 57, 1859 Lincoln Park, S., retired.

Chris Michael Wells, 26, 1419 Clifton Ave., systems analyst, to Heather Nichole Glaskox, 24, 1 N. Freeman St., pharmacy technician.

James Clifford Blaney, 33, 526 Basswood Dr., cable service technician, to Tracy Louise Horton, 33, 526 Basswood Dr., assistant store manager.

Joseph Taylor Collinsworth, 35, Enon, accountant, to Tonya Machelle Back, 36, Enon, teacher.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

James R. and Sharon S. Upton to Sharon S. Upton, 304 Funston Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

William E. Ballard to Luke A. and Alicia R. McIntosh, 5130 N. River Road, Springfield; $135,000.

Eric C. and Paula J. Brown to Paula J. Brown, 820 Fletcher Pike, South Charleston; no fee.

Deborah S. Smith to Robert T. Bumgardner, 139 E. Main St., South Vienna; $46,700.

Richard L. and Dolores Jean Hurst to Dolores Jean Hurst, 4775 E. County Line Road, Springfield; no fee.

Richard L. Hurst to Dolores Jean Hurst, 0 County Line Road, Springfield; no fee.

Bryan K. and Robin K. Hensley to Anthony D. and Emily Roessner, 1459 Eastridge Ave., Springfield; $179,900.

US Bank NA, Trustee, to Ross W. McGregor and Catherine B. Crompton, 0 Burrwood Dr., Springfield; $65,000.

Roger G. Fraley Jr., and Rebecca L. Fraley to Rebecca L. Fraley, 318 Victory Road, Springfield; no fee.

Madelene Adams to Loretta S. Adams, 2832 Oletha Ave., Springfield; $1,000.

David L. Kitchen to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 924 Barker Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Jeffrey F. and Kimberly L. Sindle to Jeffrey F. Sindle, 2758 and 0 Merritt St., Springfield; no fee.

Steven H. Small to Federal Home Loan Mortage Corp., 1524 Shadeland Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Harry C. Denune to Annesa Denune, 0 High St. and Lowry Ave., and 0 High St. and Wittenberg Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Annesa Denune to High Street LLC, 0 High St. and Lowry Ave., and 0 High St. and Wittenberg Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Ryan Rigel, 820-822 Olive St., Springfield; $14,200.


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