Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-DP-0913 - Lenna Mueller, Enon, v. Jeremy Barclay, 1310 W. Pleasant St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Muhammad Bajwa, termination of community control, case dismissed.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Harry S. Crosnoe, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Ronnie James Lewis, 59, South Vienna, director of maintenance, and Nyoka Lynn Foor, 51, South Vienna, director of nutrition.

Lawrence Michael Brown, 61, 3525 Mumper Road, division manager, and Joy Marie Espinosa, 52, 3525 Mumper Road, auto worker.

Tawny Amber Campbell, 25, 915 Allen Dr., manager, and Cameron Alexander Lewis, 24, 915 Allen Dr., lineman.

Julie Nicole Teague, 20, Nashville, Tenn., leasing consultant, and Jacob Jerome Reynolds, 28, Nashville, Tenn., musician.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Michelle L. Mullins to Robert M. and Jennifer M. Calhoun, 2715 Union Road, Medway; $175,000.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Joseph Arcand, 208 Jamestown Road, South Charleston; $50,000.

Jason Q. Patton and Tobie S. Patton to Makala J. Cole, 4893 Mumper Road, Springfield; $259,900.

Donald E. Elliott to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 4652 Reno Lane, Springfield; no fee.

Courtland D. Eyler to Craig R. Kenley, 175 Oaksmere Road, Springfield; $108,000.

Dwight Cordell and Lelia J. Mann to Bayview Loan Servicing LLC, 1109 S. Western Ave., Springfield; $10,000.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Angela N. Lewis, 619 Grant St., Springfield; no fee.

Robert C. Rice to Sandra Marie and Robert C. Rice, 241 Buxton Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Betty Hopkins to Eric Porter and David Smith, 1030-1032 N. Belmont Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Chris D. Young to M & T Bank, 523 S. Hubert Ave., Springfield; $20,000.

El Concept LLC to Alejandro M. Valdez, 1606-1608 Edwards Ave., Springfield; $13,000.



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