Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-DR-1110 - Chelcey M. McLaughlin, 1557 Regent Ave., v. Thomas L. McLaughlin, 1138 Scanlon Ave., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-1111 - Adam Taylor, 107 S. Burnett Road, v. Matthew Taylor, 1608 Lexington Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-1134 - Karsha White, 1412 S. Limestone St., v. Kelvin Rassia Battle, 1011 Wayne Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Connie Stewart v. Heather Durfey, case dismissed with prejudice.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Larry Edward Thompson, 47, 341 ½ W. Grand Ave., property manager, and Janice Faith Shrewsbury, 60, 260 Selma Road, disabled.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Denzil I. and Amy M. Cassell to Amy M. Cassell, 701 Lake Shore Dr., Medway; no fee.

Jay and Helena Wolf to Gary L. and Alicia A. Bunnell, 172 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield; $179,900.

Randy V. Cassidy Jr., to Justin Miles, 906 Scarff Road, New Carlisle; $94,900.

Alyson M. Usserman to Sabrina R. Akers, 4021 Schenley St., Enon; $119,900.

David Millner to David S. and Stephanie J. VanHoose, 4810 Bosart Road, Springfield; $154,900.

Alan K. and Gayle J. Robinson to Ben Amphlett, 2023 Granada Dr., Springfield; $110,000.

Glenda Ruth Varner Harenberg to Glenn R. and Patricia F. Parks, 1758 Fox Ridge Dr., Springfield; $135,000.

Word of Faith Family Church to Adam K. and Jennifer M. Bowling, 200 Thomaston Trl., Springfield; no fee.

David B. and Brenda S. Stickney, Trustees, to Hillcrest Homestead Farm Limited, 5050 Mahar Road, two parcels, 0 Mahar Road, 5659 and 5490 Neer Road and 0 Neer Road, three parcels, South Vienna; no fee.

Jerry E. and Brenda A. Armentrout to Wilfred H. Artis Jr., and Angela D. Artis, 4130 McConkey Road, South Vienna; $285,400.

Timothy P. Smith to Brian T. and Jessica M. Pelfrey, 6929 N. Urbana-Lisbon Road, Mechanicsburg; $104,900.

Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Trustee, to Shawn E. and Dana J. Zackey, 2912 S. Burnett Road, Springfield; $164,000.

Sean Scaglia to Aaron C. and Kristie L. Heckman, 3124 Vineyard St., Springfield; $65,500.

John A. Boyd Sr., to Deborah A. Boyd, 1780 St. Andrews Crt., Springfield; no fee.

Andrea L. Givens to Wells Fargo Bank NA, 1010 W. High St., Springfield; $6,700.

Harold K. Smith Jr., to Jose Antonio Davila, 722 and 720 Montgomery Ave., Springfield; $4,000.

Thomas A. Gill and Irvin P. Rutan, Trustees, to Andrew D. Howard, 1502 Sunset Ave., Springfield; $52,000.

Ina Myrtle Skaggs to US Bank NA, Trustee, 330 Glenn Ave., Springfield; $10,000.

Matthew and Sandra Fultz to Future Sights LLC, 513 Chestnut Ave., Springfield; $27,500.



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