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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0498 - Progressive Direct Insurance Company v. Travis E. Feaster, 526 N. Murray St., #207, complaint for $3,166 for damages to motor vehicle of plaintiff’s insured on June 14, 2016.

17-CV-0499 - PNC Bank, NA, Miamisburg, v. Margie B. Tyree, 207 N. Burnett Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $53,876.

17-CV-0500 - American Family Insurance v. Travis G. Allemang, London, complaint for $32,025 for damages and injuries suffered by plaintiff’s insured in an auto accident on Sept. 22, 2015.

17-DR-0831 - William Lee Hartung, 2522 Dayton Springfield Road, v. Helen Nicole Hartung, Apopka, Fla., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0833 - Kaitlyn Marie Schooler, 1042 Eastgate Road, v. Timothy Isaac Fugate, 2106 Pond Dr., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DS-0836 - Cindy L. Roberts, New Carlisle, and Rocky L. Roberts, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Kayliib Weaver, termination of probation, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Nathan Nier, convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, one year prison to run consecutively to another sentence.

State of Ohio v. Joseph Martin, convicted of failure to register a change of address, 90 days community control, 90 days jail with credit for time served.

State of Ohio v. Krista Adams, convicted of theft, 90 days community control, 90 days jail with credit for time served, $262 restitution.

Chad J. Stockdale and Dawn D. Stockdale, dissolution of marriage.

Erin L. Stephenson and Shawn D. Stephenson, dissolution of marriage.

Rachel L. Beers and Joseph E. Beers, dissolution of marriage.

Randall Johnson v. Charlotte S. Johnson, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Alfreda Mays v. Ricky Mays, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Rachel M. Impson v. Christopher Impson, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of gross neglect of duty, extreme cruelty and incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Michael Diego Davila, 42, 30 W. Johnny Lytle Ave., construction, and Chelsea Ventura Goney, 31, 30 W. Johnny Lytle Ave., homemaker.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

EBOH001 LLC to WIM Core Portfolio Owner LLC, 1982 and 0 Commerce Cir., Springfield; $15,310,000.

Nationstar REO SUB 1B LLC to Susan Spangler, 1201 Imperial Blvd., Springfield; $109,000.

John J. and Rebecca L. Everhart to Cramer and Holly Burks, 2731 Woodford Dr., Springfield; $179,000.

Donald L. and Delores M. Walker to Donald L. Walker, 1501 Ronald Road, Springfield; no fee.

John K. and Traci L. Greene to Bridgette R. Talley, 648 Mayhill Road, Springfield; $110,000.

Kenneth E. and Marjorie E. Davis to Marjorie E. Davis, 2522 Hillside Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Lois J. Roseberry to Robert L. and Melissa Boswell, 2400 Berger Pl., Springfield; $70,000.

Brigette Frederick to Wells Fargo Bank NA, 933 Oak St., Springfield; $13,400.

Jean M. Chepp to Larry L. and Charlotte S. Shaw, 1808 Longview Dr., Springfield; $159,900.

Michael A. Botkin to Stanford and Lois I. Brundage, 4850 Forest Dr., Springfield; $134,500.

Donald W. Mensi to Anita L. Lunsford and Carl E. Lunsford Jr., 604 N. Scott St., New Carlisle; $60,000.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society FSB to Neil A. Raska, 5939 Hennigan Road, South Charleston; $63,000.

Helen L. Liming to Helen L. Pitstick, Trustee, 46235 W. Jackson Road, Enon; no fee.

Timothy and Anita L. Ratliff to Kenneth H. King, Trustee, 5147 Middle Urbana Road, Springfield; $147,500.

Scott Investments of Troy LLC to Charles K. and Kathleen M. Ward, 243 Saddlebrook Run, North Hampton; $175,200.

Jason M. Silvers to Loraine A. Sconfienza, 675 White Oak Dr., Springfield; $165,000.

Kathleen Kirkpatrick and Gail V. Smith to Kelly M. and Jason S. Harris, 635 Shrine Road, Springfield; $124,900.

Donald D. and Linda K. Hatfield to Steve Capper, 710 Neosha Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Board of Directors of Wittenberg College to Anila G. Varghese, 2430 St. Paris Pike; $183,000.



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