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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

14-DS-0465 - Laura Lippencott, 1020 Hillcrest Ave., and Scott Lippencott, 234 N. Light St., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DS-0466 - Dylan T. Swanton, 116 N. Burnett Road, and Ashley D. Swanton, 1858 Willow Lakes Dr., petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0467 - David L. Hayes Sr., 2703 Dwight Road, Lot 10, v. David L. Hayes Jr., 1323 Beverly Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0468 - Anna M. Coe, 3112 Penrose Ave., v. Joesph Whitacre, 1578 E. Main St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DS-0469 - Jennifer L. Parks, Brookville, and Christopher Parks, Brookville, petition for dissolution of marriage.

14-DP-0470 - Lisa Marie Kawailima, P.O. Box 2693, v. Ricky Christopher Smith, Dayton, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-DP-0471 - Mary Beth Noble, 141 Brent Dr., E., Apt. E., v. Glen Johnson, Dayton, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

14-CV-0362 - Christopher Stumler, Swansea, Mass., v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, and JHT Holdings, Inc., Pleasant Prairie, Wis., re-filing of case number 12-CV-1124, notice of appeal.

14-CV-0363 - Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Corey L. Ratliff, 819 Sheffield Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 717 Mavor St., for $63,402.

14-CV-0364 - KeyBank NA v. Laticia M. Mutschler, Fairborn, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 800 Mavor St., for $49,770.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Roman Muskeyvalley v. Dewalyn Logan Minton, protection order denied.

Todd Lewis Polen v. Marc Storm and Melinda Storm, protection orders denied.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. John W. Marion, et al., cases dismissed.

U.S. Bank NA v. Charles D. Straight, et al., decree of foreclosure for $51,044.

Wright-Patt Credit Union Inc., v. Monte A. Tabb, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

State of Ohio v. Crystal Pace, convicted of receiving stolen property, 17 months prison with jail credit from June 16 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, two years prison for the commission of a felony offense while on post-release control to be served consecutively to the 17 month sentence.

State of Ohio v. Codi Bowshier, community control revoked due to violation, 15 months prison for offense of trespass in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present, consecutive to another sentence with jail credit from Jan. 26, 2012 to Feb. 14, 2012, from May 25, 2012 to Oct. 15, 2012, from May 26, 2013 to June 4, 2013 and from Sept. 4, 2013 to Oct. 23, 2013, $2,000 fine with $100 paid to date, $650 balance of supervision fees.

State of Ohio v. Codi Bowshier, community control revoked due to violation, two counts burglary, 18 months prison for each count to be served consecutively with jail credit from May 5, 2011 to June 20, 2011, from May 25, 2012 to Oct. 15, 2012, from May 26, 2013 to June 4, 2013, from Sept. 4, 2013 to Oct. 23, 2013 and from June 16 until transported to the Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, $1,500 fine on each count, $3,000 total, with $260 paid to date.

State of Ohio v. David Allen Patterson, convicted of assault, five years community control.

State of Ohio v. Brittany Nicole Watkins, community control continued due to violation.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Joshua Eugene Spicer, 24, 821 Rice St., tow truck driver, to Jeperdi Shiann Carr, 23, 821 Rice St., telemetry technician.

Thomas Anthony Rollins, 31, 2664 Casey Cir., server, to Brittney Nicole Grate, 27, 2664 Casey Cir., server.

Adam Gene Thornton, 29, 809 S. Limestone St., driver’s helper, to Tricia Michel Tankersley, 30, 212 S. Greenmount Ave., server.

Jameson Tyler Morrow, 25, 3230 Haverhill St., selector, to Danielle Elizabeth Hartman, 23, 3230 Haverhill St., teacher.


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