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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

16-CV-0674 - Dawne Puckett, individually and as the Executor of the Estate of Donald Puckett, Plain City, v. Larry Flack, 605 S. York St., and Allstate Insurance Company, Cleveland, complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Oct. 9, 2014.

16-DP-0881 - Amy Holman, 201 ½ N. Bechtle Ave., v. Steven D. Purkey, 201 ½ N. Bechtle Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

16-DP-0883 - Nicolette Simmons, 865 E. McCreight Ave., v. Brian Morgan Sr., 516 Linwood Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

16-DS-0885 - Susan R. Morris, Urbana, and Donald S. Morris, Marysville, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Robert Lee Mackey v. Jason Michael Rowland, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Greg Snelling, termination of probation, case dismissed.

Stephen Gnandt v. Virginia L. Buckley, protection order denied.

Stephen Gnandt v. Robert M. Conley, protection order denied.

Crystal Byrd v. Morgan Hatton, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Sean Bryant Pennington, 28, 394 Mount Joy St., production, to Tara Lea Hall, 27, 394 Mount Joy St., STNA.

Ronald Lee Wilson III, 37, 2365 W. First St., Lot 34, production worker, to Christina Ann Deel, 21, 2365 W. First St., Lot 34, production worker.

Sierrah Bryanne Barker, 24, 411 E. Cecil St., server, to Chelsea Daniele Hodson, 27, 411 E. Cecil St., cook.

Christin Michelle Brown, 48, Dayton, compliance liaison, to Dennis James Worthington, 46, 29 W. Northern Ave., Apt. A, assembly lead.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Arnie W. White to MC Remodeling LLC, 1683 Dale Ridge Road, New Carlisle; $41,200.

Robert C. and Beverly Jane Baker to Beverly J. Baker, 606 W. Washington St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Randy G. and Shelley D. Stewart to Connie S. Pitt, 9550 Chenowith Road, South Charleston; $121,500.

Tonya Marie Howard to Brandon M. and Sarah E. Canterbury, 10237 Huntington Road, South Charleston; $239,500.

Cora L. Moore to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 5229 Keturah Dr., Fairborn; no fee.

AUG Property Investments LLC to Gregory A. and Angela L. West, 4641 Sullivan Road, Springfield; $17,500.

Shelby J. Loudermilk to US Bank NA, Trustee, 60 Green St., Enon; no fee.

Richard A. and Martha A. Haerr, Trustees, to Richard A. Haerr, Trustee, 6170 Middle Urbana Road, Springfield; no fee.

Allen and Sue Reeves to Jonathan R. Mott, 12420 Silvers Road, South Vienna; $175,000.

Rosemary Jenkins to Rosemary Jenkins and Jerry Wayne, 10723 Old Columbus Road, South Vienna; no fee.

Louis M. and Roxanne M. Bartee to Louis M. Bartee, 589 W. Eva Cir., Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Hines Real Estate LLC, 2901 Vineyard St., Springfield; no fee.

Jean Ann McBlane to Lisa Renee Lewis, 0 Emery Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Dewey E. and Nancy J. Smith to Nancy J. Smith, 1309 Amherst Road, Springfield; no fee.

Francis P. and Cynthia A. Catanzaro to Adrian M. Williams, 803 Snowhill Blvd., Springfield; $91,900.

Brien O’Neill to Robert L. and Gail S. Johnson, 1854 Maiden Lane, Springfield; $83,000.

Dorothy Billingsley to David J. Craycraft, 2400 E. High St., Springfield; $32,000.

Alex N. Amador to Manuel Flores, 1165-1167 Lagonda Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Prestige Springfield LLC, 1650 Summit St., Springfield; no fee.

Laura V. Murdock to Laura Vee Murdock, Trustee, 235 W. Euclid Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Deutsche Bank National Trust Company to Innomax Home Solutions LLC, 464 Sherman Ave., Springfield; $14,500.


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