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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-DP-0593 - Shannon Miller, 525 E. Home Road, v. Michael Miller, Columbus, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0608 - Cassie Rolph, 1034 W. North St., v. Richard White, 1034 W. North St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DS-0610 - Andrew J. Hall, 2358 N. Limestone St., Apt. 104, and Katie L. Hall, 2407 Beatrice St., petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DS-0613 - Joseph S. Fultz, Mechanicsburg, and Nastassia Fultz, Mechanicsburg, petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DS-0616 - Nicole M. Peck, 3431 Kingsreach Lane, and Terry L. Peck, 6306 Kelley Ave., petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DR-0617 - Keith A. Miller, 1166 Buckeye St., v. Kelly Miller, 2204 Columbus Ave., complaint for divorce.

18-DS-0620 - Michael T. Hamilton, 6347 Springfield-Xenia Road, and Alyson M. Hamilton, 6347 Springfield-Xenia Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DS-0621 - Heather Dolph, Fairborn, and Jesse Dolph, 1170 Vista Dr., petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DS-0622 - Jerry Ryan, 1621 S. Sweetbriar Lane, and Linda Ryan, 1064 ½ Warder St., petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DS-0624 - Janette Corinne Smith, 3467 Rebert Pike and Terry Lee Alexander, 3467 Rebert Pike, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Amber Marie Koontz, convicted of possession of cocaine, three years community control, 120 hours community service.

State of Ohio v. Jeremy S. Kendall, convicted of aggravated trafficking in drugs, three years community control.

State of Ohio v. Hannah M. Whitman, convicted of tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse, five years community control, 500 hours community service, six months electronic monitoring with GPS.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Clarissa Adoree Allison, 33, South Vienna, operations manager, and Richard Gilbert Locke II, 35, South Vienna, operations analyst.

Joni Leigh Beechler, 33, 4436 W. National Road, cashier, and Jonathan Taylor Baisden, 38, 110 Eastwood Dr., factory worker.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Stefanie P. Page to Justin L. Ferst and Alicia Dawn Whitaker, 3315 Troy Road, Springfield; $140,000.

Lori Haddix to Craig J. Dunbar and Lisa M. Yahle, 6501 Old 70 Road, South Charleston; $32,000.

Brenda J. Schenck to Lawrence Donald Cook, 2055 Broken Trail Dr., Springfield; $205,000.

John Spencer and Angela R. Monroe to Shawna B. and Jason J. Dunwiddie, 5119 Outerview Dr., Springfield; $119,500.

Nancy Abel to Nancy E. and Jack D. Abel, 7364 New Horizon Ave., Enon; no fee.

William Clinton Broyles Jr. and Emma E. Broyles to William Clinton Broyles Jr., 79 N. Green St., Enon; no fee.

William Clinton Broyles Jr., to Carol Ratliff, 79 N. Green St., Enon; no fee.

Laura Bryan to HSBC Bank USA NA, Trustee, 210 E. Main St., Enon; $69,400.

Anthony G. and Mary A. Maly to Mary Ann Maly, 6340 Plateau Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Randall N. and Angela B. Ratliff to Brittany Moore, 3236 Windy Ridge Dr., Springfield; $280,000.

Ruth Ellen Cahill to Cory Cahill, 4262 Nevada Road, Springfield; no fee.

Lisa R. Duffey to Alisa Marie Hartlage, 1723 Montego Dr., Springfield; $147,400.

Charles R. and Kathy M. Sample to Christopher and Angelique Cadogan, 18 Villa Road, Springfield; $272,000.

Barbara Ann Berry to Sheryl K. Converse, 2506 Dwight Road, Springfield; $73,000.

Francis P. and Cynthia A. Catanzaro to Anthony G. Shuler, 433 N. Clairmont Ave., Springfield; $79,000.

Brian C. Buhr to Board and Secure LLC, 1829 Summit St., Springfield; $13,400.

Christopher J. and Samantha J. Cook to Samantha J. Thompson, 4923 Troy Road, Springfield; no fee.

Mary A. Silvers to Shawn F. and Tonya S. Murray, 710 Titus Road, Springfield; $201,500.

Charles E. Davis II and Mary Jo Davis to Charles Edwin Davis II and Mary Jo Davis, Trustees, 4335 Redmond Road, Springfield; no fee.

William H. and Joanne Vith to Robert Wisenberger, 2750 Rockford Dr., Springfield; $185,000.

James W. Lopez Jr., to Nancy E. Tuggle, 2057 Propsect Cir., Springfield; $37,500.



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