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NEW SUITS

14-DP-0302 — Julia Mea Shine, 346 Lincoln Park Cir., v. Maurice Terry, 315 S. Burnett Road, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0303 — Samantha Jones, 893 Stone Crossing Lane, Apt. A., and Michael A. Jones, 1019 W. Columbia St., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DR-0304 — Vicky Lee Fisher, 3035 Troy Road, v. Robert Arthur Schmid, 3925 Upper Valley Pike, complaint for divorce.

14-DR-0305 — Walter Hersey, 4460 Dayton Road, Lot 22, v. Colleen Hersey, San Antonio, Texas, complaint for divorce.

14-DS-0306 — William D. Newland, New Carlisle, and Amber L. Newland, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Shane R. Ramey, convicted of trafficking in cocaine, six years prison; convicted of having weapons under disability, three years prison consecutive to six year sentence, jail credit from Nov. 5-7, 2013 and from April 17 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, three years post-release control mandatory, five years driving privileges suspension.

State of Ohio v. Jeffrey Harman, convicted of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, two years community control.

State of Ohio v. Charles Bailey Jr., convicted of failure to register change of address, one year prison with credit from Feb. 23 until conveyance.

State of Ohio v. Jeffrey Hammonds, community control terminated due to violation, one year prison for attempted domestic violence offense with jail credit from Jan. 11, 2012 to Feb. 17, 2012, from April 12, 2012 to May 2, 2012 and from April 2 until conveyance.

State of Ohio v. Adontre Lane, convicted of burglary, two years prison with jail credit from Dec. 4, 2013 to Jan. 3 and from March 24 until conveyance, $6,323 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Jack Springer III, community control terminated due to violation, 11 months prison for trespass into a habitation offense with jail credit for Sept. 12, 2012, from March 21 to April 4 and from April 17 until conveyance.

State of Ohio v. Omar Ali, convicted of two counts trafficking in cocaine, one year prison on each count to run consecutively for a total of two years with credit from Aug. 23-28, 2013, from Oct. 26, 2013 to Nov. 1, 2013 and from April 15 until conveyance, five years driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Terrell Compton, convicted of attempted possession of heroin, 30 days jail.

State of Ohio v. Tangie Kaye Cromwell, convicted of receiving stolen property and forgery, five years community control.

State of Ohio v. Angela Sue Sherrock, convicted of deception to obtain a dangerous drug, five years community control.

State of Ohio v. David Dean Odell, convicted of possession of cocaine, five years community control, one year driver’s license suspension.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. SEF Rentals LLC, et al., case dismissed.

American Contractors Indemnity Co., v. Deborah Scarborough aka Deborah Scarbrough, judgment for $73,327 revived.

State of Ohio v. Jeremy J. Arnold, convicted of failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer, 36 months prison; convicted of receiving stolen property, 12 months prison consecutive to 36 month sentence and consecutive to three other sentences, jail credit for July 17, $1,155 restitution, 10 years driving privileges suspension.

State of Ohio v. Kyle Kegley, community control to be continued due to violation with the condition that it be under the Intensive Supervision Program.

State of Ohio v. Michael Minter, cases dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Dallas Murry, convicted of aggravated robbery with a firearm specification, 10 years prison plus three years for firearm specification to be served consecutively to the 10 year sentence; three counts kidnapping, 10 years prison each count to be served concurrently with each other and concurrently with other sentence, jail credit from Oct. 23, 2013 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, five years post-release control mandatory.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Logan Thomas Pierce, 25, 1926 Rutland Ave., maintenance technician, to Brianna Lynn Watson, 21, 1926 Rutland Ave., customer care.

Mark Eric Graham, 44, 4872 Ridgewood Road, E., lounge singer, to Kelly Anne Beiers, 45, 4764 Cornell St., zoo keeper.

William Henry Graver III, 69, 4258 Imperial Ave., retired, to Doris May Massengill, 68, Conover, retired.

Allen George Wagner, 26, Chicago, Ill., industrial designer, to Katie Susan Koehler, 26, Chicago, Ill., teacher.

Jonathan Andrew Jasper, 29, 1338 N. Plum St., translator, to Qiaoyuan Duan, 25, 1338 N. Plum St., teacher.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Highland Creek Farms, LLC, an Ohio limited liability co., to Charles M. Stratton and Jo Ann Stratton, 5477 Enon Xenia Road, Fairborn, Mad River Twp.; $780,000.

Wright Patt Credit Union to Danny P. McFadden and Sherry B. McFadden, Trustees of The Danny P. McFadden and Sherry B. McFadden Revocable Living Trust, three parcels, Bethel Twp.; $40,000.

James W. and Judy B. Butcher to Helen L. Wilson, 3577 Miller Road, Springfield, German Twp.; $126,000.

Charles R. Kimball to Gary E. Tipton and Paula F. Tipton, 250 S. Xenia St., Enon; $99,500.

Kathleen S. Bryan to Mark D. Moon, 2556 Brookdale Dr., Springfield, Mad River Twp.; $124,000.

Tadd Spors and Laurie Spors to Christina M. Davis, 1311 W. Pleasant St., City of Springfield; $38,250.

Benjamin Allen Kirkmeyer and Korinne E. Kirkmeyer to Federal Home Loan Mortgage, 212 N. Church St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Bennie Ronald Widener, Trustee Gerald Kent Widener, to Gerald Kent Widener and Linda Jean Widener Joint Revocable Living Trust, 6101, 6105, 6109 and 6113 W. National Road, Springfield, Bethel Twp.; no fee.

Raymond Wooton aka Raymond Wooten to Erin Stacy, Christopher Wooton and Robert Wooton, 19 S. Harrison St., Enon; no fee.

Robert Wooton and Christopher Wooton to William M. Wooten, 19 S. Harrison St., Enon; no fee.

Erin Stacy to William M. Wooten, 19 S. Harrison St., Enon; no fee.

Paul E. Miller to Delores A. Miller, 221 Hedge Dr., Springfield Twp.; no fee.

Robert A. Laybourne and June R. Laybourne to June R. Laybourne, 3034 Willow Run Cir., Enon, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

Randy Grimm to Amanda Grimm, 3263 E. Pitchin Road, Springfield, Green Twp.; no fee.

Glenn W. Collier, Trustee, to Rebecca Bishop and Cynthia Everhart-Pierson, 161 E. Possum Road and 55 W. Parkwood Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Tajul Pordan, 1413 N. Plum St., City of Springfield; no fee.


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