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COMMON PLEAS COURT

New Suits

13-CV-1010 — Lakeview Loan Servicing, Ewing, N.J. vs. Anthony J. Blair, et al., 4931 Tulane Road; complaint in foreclosure for $93,225.45.

13-UR-1090 – Tai Corbett, Fishers, Ind. vs. Kemal Thompson, 1730 York St.; Uniform reciprocal enforcement of support.

13-DS-1091 – Brandy N. Koons, 6200 McIntire Road, West Liberty and Christopher R. Koons, 6200 McIntire Road, West Liberty; petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DS- 1092 – Janice Lynn Harlow-Powell, 4587 Cynthia Drive and Gerald Powell, 457 N. Isabella St.; petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-FD-1093 –Mark A. Blaede, Oil City, Penn. v. Roselin M. Blaede, Cedarville; motion to register foreign decree for enforcement.

13-DS-1094 – Roy Holman Bibbs, 2560 N. Limestone St., Apt. 202 and Georgia Leann Bibbs, 5643 Willow Chase Circle; petition for dissolution of marriage.

13-DP-1098 – Karen Sue Hughley, 11 S. Shaffer St. v. Stephen Guy Arnold Jr., 11 S. Shaffer St.; petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DR-1099 – Melissa Birchfield, 3201 Troy Road vs. Alan K. Birchfield, Beckley, W.Va.; complaint for divorce.

13-ds-1100 – Amanda Sowards, c/o 700 E. High St. and Chad Jeromy Sowards, 5870 Springfield Xenia Road; petition for dissolution of marriage.

Current Business

Jean McKinster, 1793 Edwards Ave. v. James McKinster, 737 Stanton Ave.; both parties granted divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

Deborah Bruce Johnson vs. Terrance Johnson; plaintiff granted divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

Joy Sodders Fenton, 12266 Collins Arbogast Road, South Vienna v. Patrick McCarthy Fenton, Canal Winchester; both parties granted divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

Mary Parker Key, 936 Forest Edge Ave. and Ronald Anderson Key, 936 Edge Ave.; decree of dissolution of marriage.

Janice Johnson and Christopher Lorenz Kelly; decree of dissolution of marriage.

State of Ohio v. Bryan Payne; case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Daniel C. Collier; Bank of America, N.A. v. Teresa Dornon, et al.; complaint dismissed.

Autovest LLC v. Donald Givens; case dismissed.

Autovest LLC v. Barbara Mears; case dismissed.

Bank of America, N.A. v. Daryle K. Jefferis aka Daryle K. Jefferis Sr., et al.; complaint dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Alexander Clark Hassan, 28, of 1106 Meadow Lark Drive, Enon, contract management, and Emily Susan Kaiser, 25, of Fairborn, banker.

David Wayne Tipton Jr., 24, of 3391 Heatherwood Ave., student, and Megan Briann Pyle, 21, of 467 E. Northern Ave., student.

Jerry Lee Wilson, 45, of 1311 Cedarview Drive, West, and Kathy Lee Shelton, 52, of 1311 Cedarview Drive, West, home health aide.

PROPERTY TRANSFERS

Charles Hall, et al. to Federal National Mortgage Association; 2691 Tecumseh Ave.; city; no fee.

Donald D. Hatfield and Linda K. Hatfield to Federal National Mortgage Association; 1514-1514 ½ Clifton Ave.; city; no fee.

Bank of America, N.A. to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; 1334 Richmoor Road; no fee.

Janice M. Gilliland, trustee of the Janice M. Gilliland Trust to Mahbub S. and Gina M. Molla; Moorefield Twp.; 5575 Prairie Road; $155,000.

Fannie Mae aka Federal National Mortgage Association to Lori R. Reeder; 1420 Hinkle Road; Springfield Twp.; $119,900.

Dale B. McFeatters and Ann Carey McFeatters to Thomas R. Wright and Robine L. Wright; 1515 N. Fountain Blvd., city; $275,000.

Constance Ann Bishop, trustee of the Constance Ann Bishop Trust to Brandon L. Harris and Deana C. Harris; German Twp.; $159,600.

Home Opportunity LLC to Second Chance Properties LL; 319 N. Shaffer St.; city; $16,160.

Sondra Henry, et al. to U.S. Bank N.A.; 2040 S. Center Blvd.; city; $20,000.

Niccki Y. Jennings aka Nickki Y. McClendon to Flagstar Bank, FSB; 575 Catherine St.; city; $16,667.

Rodney J. Picolo to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association; 1715 Prospect St.; city; $36,080.

John J. Bartram, et al. to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.; $43,334; city.

Clark County Sheriff to Harold K. and Christina M. Smith; 4286 N. Hampton Road; Pike Twp.; $35,000.

The Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. to Tracy L Maiolo; 728 E. Cecil St.; city; $10,374.

Ryan M. and Brooke N. Harris to Brock T. Cochran and Amanda R. Cochran; Moorefield Twp.; 5414 Taywell Drive; Moorefield Twp.; $129,900.

Alginita Owens, et al. to JP Morgan Chase Bank; city; 829 Selma Road; $13,334.

Kyle M. Carter, et al. to MidFirst Bank; 4837 Gay St.; Moorefield Twp.; $221,165.


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