Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0448 - National Loan Investors, L.P., v. Benlee Properties, 674 N. Limestone St., and 901 N. Fountain Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 2127 S. Hadley Road for $266,220 and $71,590.

18-CV-0449 - Jason McCleary, 2300 Beatrice St., v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, and Teikuro Corp., 4500 Gateway Blvd., notice of appeal.

18-CV-0451 - Brittani L. Patrick and Dalton Patrick, South Charleston, v. Katherina B. Higley, 3090 E. Possum Road, et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Nov. 27, 2017.

18-CV-0452 - Christopher A. McClung, 143 S. Western Ave., v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, and Onesource Employee Management, Cincinnati, notice of appeal.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Matthew Crable, convicted of failure to comply, three years community control, 10 days jail with credit for time served, three years driver’s license suspension, $1,000 fine, $1,871 restitution; convicted of OVI, 180 days jail with 170 days suspended, three years driver’s license suspension, $375 fine; sentences to run concurrently to one another.

State of Ohio v. Jaylen Mitchell, termination of community control, case dismissed.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Donna Jean Allen, et al., case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Samuel Doyle, termination of community control, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Harry Kelley Kinser, 51, 4264 Carona St., manager, and Pamela Dianne Scarbrough, 50, Meridian, Miss., nail technician.

Daniel James Weaver, 22, 3103 Heather Glen Crt., web developer, and Miriam Jamicyn Morris, 22, 3103 Heather Glen Crt., nurse.

Nicholas Orin Barr, 28, New Carlisle, parts specialist, and Kiersten Nicole Suttles, 25, New Carlisle, nursing assistant.

Jacy Wray West, 24, 1598 Sapele Dr., Apt. D, cashier, and Joseph Kelson Cooke, 26, 1598 Sapele Dr., Apt. D, grain handler.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

James Earl Everley to Heladio Diaz Bravo and Sierra Diaz, 301 Winchester St., New Carlisle; $94,000.

Daniel E. and Linda S. Craine to Roy Bragg, 1824 Styer Dr., New Carlisle; $80,000.

Larry N. and Shirley A. Gamble to Fred D. Circle, 5401 Ballentine Pike, Springfield; $170,000.

Steven C. Scudder, Trustee, to United States of America, 496 S. Houston Pike, South Vienna; no fee.

Ethel M. Kovacic to Jeffry P. Miller, 2960 Dayton-Springfield Road, Springfield; $60,000.

Marcia Kirkpatrick to Michael S. Haggitt and Jennifer Owens, 2452 Brookdale Dr., Springfield; $178,000.

James O. Miller to Enon Real Estate Management LLC, 6661 Dayton-Springfield Road, Enon; $30,000.

Barry A. Garrett to Bryan B. and Brooke Lynn Garrett, 2944 Ashlar Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Sandra J. and William J. Harris to Max L. Hamman, 1788 Willow Ridge Crt., Springfield; $200,000.

Mary H. Hodgson to William P. Hodgson, 4320 Willowbrook Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Curtis G. and Julayne M. Saunders to Zachary and Jessica M. Brumfield, 1306 Northfield Crt. Springfield; $235,000.

Keith E. and Patricia J. Byerman to Keith E. and Patricia J. Byerman and Ian M. White, 4025 School Road, New Carlisle; no fee.

Alice M. Cole to Donna Cole Dolbeer, 2915 Avery Cir., Springfield; no fee.

Samantha K. Young to Cesar Gonzalez and Samantha K. Young, 1406 W. Perrin Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Cesar Gonzales to Cesar Gonzalez and Samantha K. Young, 0 W. Perrin Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Cesar Gonzalez and Samantha K. Young to Jaclyn M. Bohn, 1406 and 0 W. Perrin Ave., Springfield; $95,500.

John M. and Judy A. Brown to Paul and Julie Welcome, 1307 W. Mulberry St., Springfield; $45,000.

Kerry D. Wellman to Jackson P. Crawford, 1401 Amherst Road, Springfield; $71,500.

Noah Sebastinas to Chad N. Drunkenbroad, 2028 Beatrice St., Springfield; $84,900.

Triple Net Properties LLC to Robert K. Weatherby Jr., and Patricia A. Weatherby, Trustees, 2407 E. Main St., Springfield; $2,035,000.



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