Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0103 - Fifth Third Bank, Cincinnati, v. Paul A. Deardorff, Fairborn, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 8822 Dayton Springfield Road, Fairborn, for $28,677.

18-CV-0120 - Cynthia R. Conley, 4639 Ridgewood Road, W., v. Navistar, Inc., 6125 Urbana Road, and Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, notice of appeal.

18-CV-0121 - David Fleming, Fairborn, v. Ohio Department of Job & Family Services, Columbus, notice of appeal.

18-CV-0122 - Amos Financial LLC v. Unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, spouse, assigns and all persons claiming by or through Joseph R. Burke, deceased, address unknown, et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem for property located at 710 W. Mulberry St.

18-CV-0123 - Anthony W. Wright, Tipp City, v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, and Swafford Construction Co., LLC, Troy, notice of appeal.

18-CV-0124 - Jerry R. Oiler, deceased, and Darla J. Oiler, surviving spouse, 2125 S. Tecumseh Road, Lot 254, v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus; Apex Express, Inc., Cincinnati, and Alabama Staff, Inc., Birmingham, Ala., notice of appeal.

18-DR-0092 - Robert Q. Merriman, 124 Fifth St., v. Amanda S. Merriman, 124 Fifth St., complaint for divorce.

18-DP-0146 - Kristen Hayes, 1413 ½ Maiden Lane, v. Colin Jenkins, Orient, petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DP-0148 - Heather Storck, 27 E. Liberty St., v. Harley Davis, 1531 S. Center St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0149 - Linda J. Lake, New Carlisle, v. James E. Goff Jr., New Carlisle, petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DP-0150 - Misty Mathews, 29 E. Liberty St., v. Michale Line, 1027 Ludlow St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DR-0151 - Dustin Ray Crew, South Vienna, v. Santana Anne Crew, 1137 Cedarview Dr., complaint for divorce.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Orlando Seagraves Sr., convicted of possession of cocaine, two years community control, $250 fine.

State of Ohio v. Michael Shaw, convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, two years community control, $250 fine.

State of Ohio v. Roy Gene Bryant, case dismissed with prejudice.

South Western Ohio Retail Property Assn., LLC, v. Jimick Products, Inc., dba Buyback Entertainment, et al., judgment for $119,999.

State of Ohio v. Sean Vaughn, convicted of having weapons while under disability, three years prison; convicted of two counts of aggravated possession of drugs, one year prison for each count; sentences to be served concurrently with one another for a total of three years prison, credit for jail time served.

Shannon D. Toyne v. Joshua D. Toyne, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Leslee Smith and Paul Smith, dissolution of marriage.

Dexter Miles Little Jr., v. Megan Nichole Atkins, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Melissa D. Byrd, nka Timberman, v. Michael S. Byrd, consent agreement and domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Cassie Godfrey v. Jason E. Godfrey, case voluntarily dismissed.

Wendy Rollins v. Danny Hockett, case voluntarily dismissed.

Kathleen Beelek v. Sephen Hiney, protection order dismissed.

Witney Gounder v. Dachaun Trent, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Meghan Preston v. Jordan Scott, civil sexually oriented offense protection order dismissed.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

William K. and Carole B. Muller to Joshua J. and Tara L. Brock, 380 Whaley Road, New Carlisle; $275,000.

G & G At Sigler LLC to Vbannex B. Borrower LLC, 321 Drake Ave., New Carlisle; $34,000.

Richard E. Moon Jr., and Laura K. Moon to Zaw Min Bo, 4195 Grey Stone, Springfield; $687,500.

Monterville Salmons to Jeffrey T. Thornton, 4710 Willowbrook Dr., Springfield; $84,000.

James M. McDonough Jr., to Stephen K. and Beverly J. Pollock, 5419 Pleasant Chapel Road, Mechanicsburg; $15,000.

Truman Lee Harris III to Doss and Mary L. Hall, Trustees, 1010 W. Perrin Ave., Springfield; $27,900.

Ronald Daugherty to William T. Armstrong, 432-434 W. Mulberry St., Springfield; $1,000.

The Cornell Group LLC to Vbannex B. Borrower LLC, 1425 Texas Ave., Springfield; $47,000.

Jennifer D. Vasquez to Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC, 2028 Beatrice St., Springfield; $26,700.

William H. and Norma Jean Overacker to Norma Jean Overacker, 400 N. Burnett Road, Springfield; no fee.

Wallace A. and Lisa Hayslip to Desarie M. Oppy, 1822 Fulton Ave., Springfield; $56,600.

M & T Bank to Lisa A. Rittenhouse, 523 S. Hubert Ave., Springfield; $12,500.

The Bank of New York Mellon, Trustee, to Brien and Rebekah Hartung, 2201 Clifton Ave., Springfield; $22,900.

KRIMA Inc., to Thomas Johnson, 130 W. Pleasant St., Springfield; $12,300.

464 Sherman Ave., Springfield, OH Trust to MWD Asset Servicing LLC, 464 Sherman Ave., Springfield; no fee.



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