Public Records


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

13-DR-0139 – Sherrie L. Day, 1318 E. High St., Apt. 4, v. Jeremy L. Day, Dayton, complaint for divorce.

13-DP-0142 – Jasmine Frazier, 605 E. Grand Ave., v. James Swain Sr., 1062 Russell St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0143 – JoEllen K. Stump, Medway, v. Aaron J. Stump, Medway, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0144 – Anisha Henry, address withheld, v. Kenneth Wilson, 627 S. Plum St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-DP-0145 – Erin Nelson, 1806 N. Sweetbriar Lane, v. Scott Beiers, 1806 N. Sweetbriar Lane, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

13-CV-0163 – JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA v. William G. Conley Jr., 3454 Folk Ream Road, Apt. 190, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 414 N. Shaffer St., for $70,883.19.

13-CV-0164 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Julie R. Sharp aka Julie R. Runyan, 420 Bellevue Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $52,356.13.

13-CV-0170 – HSBC Bank USA, NA, v. Patricia A. Clark, 122 Rice St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $14,128.20.

13-CV-0171 – Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Rachel L. Culp, 2422 Lexington Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $71,489.58.

13-CV-0172 – Bank of America, N.A., v. Eric Lee Root, Fairborn, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 5207 Waverly St., Fairborn, for $68,828.92.

13-CV-0173 – U.S. Bank NA, v. Brian L. Grubb, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 891 Narcissus Dr., New Carlisle, $102,226.22.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Jennifer Nichols v. James Freeze, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., v. Bill R. Money Jr., et al., case dismissed.

DLJ Mortgage Capital, Inc., v. Michele M. Waters aka Michelle M. Waters, et al., case dismissed.

Jack D. Walker v. BLC Springfield-GC, LLC, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., v. Elden W. Stumbo, et al., case dismissed.

The Phyllis L. Schafer Trust v. Sporty Car Garage, Inc., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Timothy G. Sergent, et al., judgment for $79,675.28.

Juergens, Wilt & StrileckyJ LLP, v. Jack Bowshier, et al., case dismissed.

CitiFinancial Inc., v. George Bunnell, et al., case dismissed.

Home City Federal Savings Bank v. Becraft & Sons General Contractors, Ltd., et al., judgment for $278,513.67.

State of Ohio v. Alanna Patten, community control revoked due to community control violation, 12 months prison for offense of receiving stolen property, $79.96 restitution, to be served consecutively with two other sentences.

State of Ohio v. Alanna Patten, community control revoked due to community control violation, 12 months prison for offense of receiving stolen property, $1,183 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Alanna Patten, convicted of two counts of trafficking in cocaine, 11 months prison on each count to run consecutively with each other for a total of 22 months, three years driver’s license suspension.

United States of America, acting through the Rural Development, United States Department of Agriculture v. Jodie A. Shover fka Jodie A. Lewis, et al., decree in foreclosure for $88,286.24.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Efrain Trujillo, 23, New Carlisle, construction, to Rosa Isela Mendoza, 20, New Carlisle.

Patrick William Fain, 36, 970 Hillcrest Ave., carpenter, to Cindy Lee Mount, 39, 970 Hillcrest Ave., equipment operator 1.

Keyon Karl Christopher Belle, 23, 102 Corlington Dr., senior sales associate, to Michaela Jeane Robinson, 21, Dayton, food service worker.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Chad T. Fyffe and Brandy N. Fyffe to Blake W. Shaffer and Tina R. Shaffer, 5875 Willowchase Cir., Moorefield Twp.; $253,000.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co., to Jason W. Lipiec and Brittney L. Butler, 4 Frederick Pl., Medway, Bethel Twp.; $96,399.

Stephen Glasscoe, Guardian, to Gregory P. Surratt, 830 Bell Oak St., New Carlisle; $77,500.

US Bank NA to Duncan K. Wilson and Debra L. Wilson, 4286 Rebert Pike, Springfield, Mad River Twp.; $78,500.

James R. Peters to Kenneth D. and Marcia J. McGraw, 219 N. Arlington Ave., City of Springfield; $73,500.

Johnny R. Dean to Sharon L. Shawver, 2546 Kenton St., City of Springfield; $20,000.

C. Anne Van Pelt to Devin Hariichha, 26 Auburn Ave., City of Springfield; $23,500.

Heather L. Edwards to Heather L. Edwards, Trustee, The HLE Trust dated Sept. 17, 1994, 395 Helen St., Enon; no fee.

Estate of William E. Parks to Cindy Jo Parks, 883 Alta Road, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

William H. Ehrgott to Mary V. Ehrgott, 3800 Hustead Road, Springfield, Mad River Twp.; no fee.

Marjorie L. Culley to Alan R. Culley, Trustee, two parcels, Detrick-Jordan Pike, Springfield, German Twp.; no fee.

Jerry G. McGee to Nancy L. McGee, 3672 Petre Road, Springfield Twp.; no fee.

TBW Properties, Ltd., to Bryan D. Wellmann and Terri K. Wellmann, 821-823 Elm St., City of Springfield; no fee.

TBW Properties, Ltd., to Bryan D. Wellmann and Terri K. Wellmann, 240-242 W. Parkwood Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

TBW Properties, Ltd., to Bryan D. Wellmann and Terri K. Wellmann, 326-330 N. Shaffer St., City of Springfield; no fee.

TBW Properties, Ltd., to Bryan D. Wellmann and Terri K. Wellmann, 1622 S. Fountain Ave., City of Springfield; no fee.

TBW Properties, Ltd., to Bryan D. Wellmann and Terri K. Wellmann, 820-822 Elm St., City of Springfield; no fee.

TBW Properties, Ltd., to Bryan D. Wellmann, 1116-1118 Rodgers Dr., City of Springfield; no fee.


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