Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-DP-0307 - Marva L. Bishop, 1415 S. Fountain Ave., v. Steven Lamar Gregory, 2221 Clifton Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DP-0378 - Sheila Gaul, 236 Hedge Dr., v. William D. Gaul, 236 Hedge Dr., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DS-0408 - Jeanette Marano, 1124 Rodgers Dr., and Carl Marano, 360 S. Limestone St., petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Sheila Gaul v. William D. Gaul, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Ronald D. Carter v. Debbie Shaw, protection order denied.

Michael Joseph v. Serra Ball, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Sherry Lannom v. Steven Lannom Jr., domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Amanda Isaac v. Thomas Blanken, case voluntarily dismissed.

Bridget Cumpston v. Matthew Cumpston, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Melissa R. Sands nka Kaufman v. Robert S. Sands, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Brandi Hoefer v. Tyrone Fambro, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Marva L. Bishop v. Steven L. Gregory, civil stalking protection order granted.

Vanja Abston v. William Joe Abston Jr., case voluntarily dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Edgar Francis Barrientos, convicted of gross sexual imposition, three years prison; convicted of rape, 11 years prison; sentences to be served consecutively, credit for jail time served, five years post-release control mandatory, classified as a Tier III sex offender.

State of Ohio v. Ramon Boyce, convicted of 17 counts burglary, three years prison each count; convicted of one count burglary, eight years prison; convicted of four counts receiving stolen property, one year prison each count; convicted of three counts receiving stolen property, six months jail each count; convicted of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, 11 years prison; all felony receiving stolen property offenses to run consecutively to one another for a total of four years prison and the misdemeanor offenses to run consecutively to one another but concurrently with the felony offenses for same; all remaining felony offenses to run consecutively to one another for a total of 70 years prison, the four year sentence for receiving stolen property offenses to run concurrently to remaining felony sentences, 70 years prison with credit for jail time served, five years post-release control mandatory, $3,039 restitution shall be satisfied with $4,765 seized from defendant with remainder seized returned to defendant, three vehicles forfeited.

State of Ohio v. Derrick Wilford, convicted of two counts forgery, one year prison each count to run concurrently for a total of one year prison, credit for jail time served, $200 restitution.

State of Ohio v. Douglas L. Chapman, convicted of attempted possession of heroin, 180 days jail.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Adria Jennifer Gillespie, 35, Durham, N.C., registered nurse, and Jedd Michael Steen, 41, South Charleston, respiratory therapist.

Brittany Nicole Kerttula, 25, 129 B The Post Road, bakery clerk, and Charles Edward Easter, 23, 129 B The Post Road, welding operator.

Aaron Nathan Lytle, 27, 619 S. Burnett Road, diesel technician, and Shayna Renee Glaskox, 25, 619 S. Burnett Road, registered nurse.

Bryce Duane Summers, 37, 1412 Marinette Dr., maintenance manager, and Tiffany Nicole Gray, 31, 1412 Marinette Dr., fuel contamination spec.

Maria Guada Fernandez Botello, 31, Medway, homemaker, and Everardo Covarrubias Mendoza, 37, Medway, construction worker.

Josie Taylor Sanderson, 24, 2760 York St., authorization spec., and Joshua Dean William Wright, 22, 112 N. Bell Ave., mason tender.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Donald E. Shaw, Trustee, to Lois J. Clark, Trustee, 6349 Old Clifton Road, Springfield; 0 Botkin Road, Rear, London and 20 Sunset Lane, South Charleston; no fee.

Norman L. Descombes to Grant L. Descombes, 135 S. Western Ave., Springfield; no fee.

The Center For Affordable Housing Corp., to Columbus Center For Affordable Housing, 1029 W. Pleasant St., 305 N. Western Ave., and 139 Wilson Ave., Springfield; $30,000.

Michael D. Gatten to Joyce Standard, 1714 Malden Ave., Springfield; $91,500.

Daniel Dean Kirkwood to Jordan Ray, 1417 N. Plum St., Springfield; $84,900.



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