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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-DR-0989 – Amy Lynn Tyler, 3454 Folk Ream Road, v. Scott Matthew Tyler, 3454 Folk Ream Road; complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0990 – Christina E. Lynch, South Charleston, v. Carl D. Bishop, South Charleston; petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DS-0991 – Joel Mattern, 4849 N. River Road, and Amber Mattern, 4849 N. River Road; petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-DP-0992 — Brenda S. Castle, 1137 Apollo Ave., v. Bradley T. Castle, 2661 W. Possum Road; petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DP-0994 — Lisa Copes, on behalf of minor children, 511 Lawnview Ave., v. Joshua E. Marks, 548 Suncrest Drive; petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0995 – Howard S. Douglas, 512 N. Belmont Ave., v. Cristy Brewer, 311 Stanton Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DS-0996 – Allison Nicole Ashford, Huber Heights, and Steven John Ashford, Riverside; petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-CV-0596 – Federal National Mortgage Association v. Donna R. Albert, 202 E. Main St., Tremont City, et al; complaint in foreclosure for $39,547.

17-CV-0623 – Cecily Brunton, as parent and natural guardian of Roy Snyder, a minor, 1525 Regent St., v. Kyle Lookabaugh and Brittany Lookabaugh, 4427 Randall Drive; plaintiff demands in excess of $25,000 due to dog bite on Jan. 6.

17-CV-0630 – Wright-Patt Credit Union, Inc., Beavercreek, v. Mark D. Husk, 221 Bellevue Ave.; complaint in foreclosure for $70,321.

17-CV-0631 — Wright-Patt Credit Union Inc., Beavercreek, v. Robert S. Gregg and Tracy R. Combs, 1652 Dale Ridge Road, New Carlisle; complaint in foreclosure for $23,687.

17-CV-0632—Deborah A. Ehrhard, executor of the estate of Robert L. Brown, Sr., c/o 333 N. Limestone St., v. Beth S. Robey; plaintiff demands damages be awarded for personal injuries and wrongful death in an amount exceeding $25,000 from accident which occurred at Eaglewood Village, 2000 Villa Road, on May 12, 2016.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Christopher Peterson; guilty to aggravated possession of drugs, 12 months prison term.

State of Ohio v. Amber Rollins; guilty to possession of cocaine; 10 months prison term and driver’s license suspended for five years.

State of Ohio v. Aaron Mullins; guilty on assault, six months prison term

State of Ohio v. Heather Shaw; guilty to attempted trespassing into a habitation, community control for 90 days with credit time served.

Kimberly Loeb v. Brooks Loeb; plaintiff granted divorce.

State of Ohio v. David Lemon Hayes Jr., case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Caressa Danielle Elaine Todd, 29, 732 E. Cecil St., customer care representative, and Tommie DeAnthony Dillard, 39, 732 E. Cecil St., lead security officer.

Donna Lee Roach, 68, 411 Old Columbus Road, retired, and Ken E. McWade, 58, 1843 W. Main St., union laborer.

Christopher Ryan Anderson, 34, 111 Englewood Road, shipping manager, and Jessica Ann Hart, 37, 111 Englewood Road, stay-at-home mom.

Casandra Marie Vaughn, 25, 929 White Oak Dr., warehouse associate, and Jonathon Bradley Stone, 23, 929 White Oak Dr., warehouse worker.

Herman Claude Young, 61, 2952 Arthur Road, disabled, and Teresa Darline Young, 62, 2952 Arthur Road, homemaker.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Donavan C. Clayborn II and Jennifer L. Clayborn to Tamara L. Alegria Dybvig, 110-116 Orth Dr., New Carlisle; $110,000.

Timothy L. and Patricia D. Wagner to Aaron M. Wagner, 2725 Ash Dr., Springfield; $116,000.

Jarrod M. Steen to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 34 Jamestown Road, South Charleston; no fee.

Wanda R. Blair to Marc W. Blair, 4925 Ridgewood Road, W., Springfield; no fee.

Thomas R. Blair to Christina A. Dees, 218 Oakridge Dr., Springfield; $124,000.

Julie L. Van Steenburg to Kyle T. and Carrie E. Johnston, 3115 El Camino Dr., Springfield; $84,900.

Robert T. and Alice C. Lauchard to Dorothy L. and George A. Thornburg, 2866 E. High St., Springfield; no fee.

Charles L. Michener to Beverly R. Michener, 2711 Dorothy Layne Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to V B Annex B Borrower LLC, 1317 Valley View Dr., Springfield; no fee.



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