Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0758 - New Penn Financial, LLC dba Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing, v. Kevin L. Furlong, Port Saint Lucie, Fla., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 10901 Sigler Road, New Carlisle, for $245,869.

17-CV-0759 - Flagstar Bank, FSB, v. Jessie J. Kimmell, 2933 Troy Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $66,145.

17-CV-0760 - MidFirst Bank v. John W. Watkins, 519 Mead Lane, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $53,736.

18-CV-0001 - Citizens Bank, N.A., v. Shaun Jackson, 5145 Ridgewood Road, W., complaint for $14,562 due on Promissory Note and Security Agreement.

18-CV-0002 - Selene Finance LP v. Christopher J. Vince, 3347 E. High St., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 5204 Saum Dr., Fairborn, for $112,678.

18-CV-0003 - American Select Insurance Company v. Deandre Pierre, Somerville, Texas, complaint for $5,271 for damages to motor vehicle of plaintiff’s insured on Feb. 16, 2016.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Peggy Call, et al., v. Helen Gay, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Krista Nacole Jones, convicted of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, 12 months prison; convicted of having weapons while under disability, 24 months prison; improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, 18 months prison; convicted of discharging a firearm at or into a habitation, six years prison plus one year prison consecutive to the six years for a firearm specification; convicted of discharging a firearm at or into a habitation, six years prison plus one year prison consecutive to the six years for a firearm specification; the 24 and 18 month sentences to be served concurrently with each other; the 12 month and two seven year sentences to be served consecutively to those sentences for a total sentence of 14 years and 36 months prison; credit for jail time served, three years post-release control mandatory, 25 years driving privileges suspension.

U. S. Bank NA v. Joseph E. Ward, et al., judgment in rem.

The Huntington National Bank v. Jerlyn J. Lewis, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

State of Ohio v. Travis Creachbaum, convicted of burglary, three years prison; convicted of receiving stolen property, one year prison; sentences to run consecutively for a total of four years prison; four year sentence to run consecutively to a 21 month sentence presently being served for a total sentence of five years and nine months prison.

State of Ohio v. Robert Coder, convicted of receiving stolen property, one year prison with jail credit for time served, sentence to run concurrently with other one year sentences for a total of one year prison.

State of Ohio v. Robert Coder, convicted of receiving stolen property, one year prison with jail credit for time served, sentence to run concurrently with other one year sentences for a total of one year prison.

State of Ohio v. Robert Coder, convicted of receiving stolen property, one year prison with jail credit for time served, sentence to run concurrently with other one year sentences for a total of one year prison.

State of Ohio v. Robert Coder, convicted of assault, 18 months prison; convicted of failure to comply, three years prison; sentences to run consecutively to one another for a total sentence of four and one-half years prison; sentence to run consecutively to one year concurrent sentences imposed in three other cases for a total of five and one-half years prison, 10 years driver’s license suspension.

State of Ohio v. Terry Fletcher, convicted of robbery, five years prison, additional one year sentence imposed for offense being committed while on post-release control for a total sentence of six years prison, credit for jail time served, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Chad Allen Ward, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Jonathon W. Baughman, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Randy Lee Vanover, convicted of attempted failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, 15 months prison with credit for jail time served, three years driving privileges suspended.



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