Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0208 - American Line Builders, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Kevin Lyle, Roanoke, Va., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award for $11,544.

17-CV-0209 - American Line Builders, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Stephen Hutton, Austinville, Va., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award for $11,592.

17-CV-0210 - American Line Builders, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Mike Runyon, Springfield, Ill., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award for $11,290.

17-CV-0211- American Line Builders, Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, Medway, v. Robert Christensen, Landover Hills, Md., application of plaintiff/claimant to confirm arbitration award for $13,588.

17-DP-0295 - Katherine A. McConehea, 4442 S. Yellow Springs St., v. Aaron A. Daniels, 516 W. Harding Road, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DR-0336 - Catherine J. Leifheit, 2615 S. Limestone St., v. Michael J. Leifheit, 1005 S. Burnett Road, complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0337 - Brandon M. Clay, 117 Cottage Pl., v. Frank Foulke, 934 Pine St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DS-0338 - Lacey Marie Albert, Urbana, and Wesley Ryan Albert, Urbana, petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-DP-0339 - Kelly A. Mann, 3834 Dayton Springfield Road, Lot D2, v. James W. Jones, New Carlisle, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Jessica K. Chappell, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Arthur Brooks, convicted of robbery, four years prison with credit for time served, three years post-release control mandatory.

Scott Lucas and Janell Pitts-Lucas, dissolution of marriage.

Christopher R. Kelley v. Elizabeth A. Kelley, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Cheryl E. Cabrera v. Felipe Cabrera IV, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Tiffany Camp v. Dustin Camp, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Ladonna M. Willliams v. John M. Williams Sr., decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Gabrielle Lee Leffel, 21, 2551 Kenton St., and Thomas Eugene Lay, 23, 2551 Kenton St., self-employed.

Brandon Dean Beverly, 30, 1321 Mindy Crt., technician, and Bobbie Jean Oliver, 29, 1321 Mindy Crt., guest services representative.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Farm Credit Mid America FLCA to John and Sara Greider, 0 Lower Valley Pike, New Carlisle; no fee.

Heather A. Lingg to Gregory Diehl, 10610 Schiller Road, Medway; $145,000.

Merle W. Efaw and Mary A. Efaw to Mary A. Efaw, 3891 Sparkhill Dr., Enon; no fee.

Randall N. and Cathy M. Paschall to Zachary M. Sarven, 4823 Fox Run, Fairborn; $273,000.

Jon B. and Deborah S. McCool to Mark T. and Gloria J. Scholl, 1844 Conrad Crt., Springfield; $180,000.

Marilyn K. Haney to Angela Marie Gress and William J. Gress II, 825 Willow Road, Springfield; $325,000.

Richard Allen Wells Sr., and Linda M. Wells to Linda M. Wells, 11898 Collins-Arbogast Road, South Vienna; no fee.

L. Anthony Fussnecker to David L. Cook, 2400 N. Limestone St., Springfield; $125,000.

Lawrence C. Perry to CUMortgage LLC, 359 N. Western Ave., Springfield; $23,400.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Jacob D. Howald, 507 S. Arlington Ave., Springfield; no fee.



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