Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0292 - MidFirst Bank v. Lecia M. Rohrer aka Lecia M. Seebeck, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 909 W. Lake Ave., New Carlisle, for $86,690.

18-CV-0293 - Womans’ Town Club Co. of Springfield, Ohio, 805 E. High St., v. K&L Contracting Services, Inc., c/o Kurtland Fancett, Statutory Agent, 134 E. Second St., and Kurtland Fancett, 134 E. Second St., declaratory judgment that mechanics lien be declared void, for judgment in excess of $25,000 for slander of title, defamation, etc., for contracted work not completed on time.

18-CV-0294 - American Express v. Damon L. Leonhard, South Charleston, complaint for $32,046.

18-CV-0296 - Bank of America, N.A., v. Unknown heirs at law, devisees, legatees, executors and administrators of Patricia Annette Burnett, address unknown, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1016 James St., for $45,098.

18-CV-0301 - Marilyn Adams, individually and as legal guardian of Joshua D. Adams, incompetent, Urbana, et al., v. Paul R. Lavelle, 2310 Irwin Ave., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in a motorcycle/auto accident on June 10, 2016.

18-DR-0564 - Veronica Harden, 208 Hedge Dr., v. Christopher Harden, 3410 Sandalwood Ave., complaint for divorce.

18-DP-0565 - Michael C. Joseph, 1341 Beverly Ave., v. Serra R. Ball, 1341 Beverly Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0566 - Amanda Hillman, New Carlisle, v. Chris Coffey, Hamilton, petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DS-0567 - Henry L. Frazier, 4385 Helena Crt., and Tonya M. Frazier, 603 Torrence Dr., petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DS-0569 - Russell Wright, Miamisburg, and Virgil Scott Wright, Miamisburg, petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DP-0570 - Alicia K. Metcalf, 2205 Gladden St., v. William A. Metcalf, 2736 Springfield-Xenia Road, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

IH Credit Union, Inc., v. Loretta Brooks, et al., judgment for $11,062.

PNC Bank, NA, v. Andrew C. Whaley, et al., decree in foreclosure for $76,465.

United States of America, acting through the Rural Housing Service, United States Department of Agriculture fka United States of America, acting through the Farmers Home Administration, United States Department of Agriculture v. Susan K. Cunningham, et al., decree in foreclosure for $86,438.

U.S. Bank NA v. Barbara J. McElroy, et al., decree in foreclosure in rem.

MidFirst Bank v. Nancy A. Blair, et al., judgment in rem.

Deanna Wheeler v. Tyrone Grier, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Derrick Bailey v. Stephaine Moore, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Destiny Boyer v. Christopher Boyer, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Dora B. Hall v. Bradley M. Adkins, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Eric Bangudi Dishueme, 48, 3036 Linmuth Dr., W., manufacturing associate, and Nety Blandine Ndaka, 38, 3036 Linmuth Dr., W.

Monquie Denise Roper, 18, 827 Montgomery Ave., and Sullivan Charles Lawrence, 19, 827 Montgomery Ave., shipping.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Chad M. and Sally M. Haemmerle to Douglas Donald Baver, 3404 Stoney Creek St., Springfield; $253,000.

Ryan Campbell to Ronnie Adamson, et al., 2961 Arthur Road, Springfield; $132,500.

Thomas Edward Moore and Joann McClure to Robert W. McClure III, 211 Matthews Ave., Enon; $215,000.

Brendon J. Irwin and Samantha L. Leffel to William D. and Julia R. Duffield, 4682 Prairie Bluff Ave., Springfield; $49,900.

Ryan and Molly Armstrong to Joshua David Michael, 3101 Windy Ridge Dr., Springfield; $240,000.

Kiley R. Outram to Terrence B. Sowers, 3970 Covington Dr., Springfield; $79,000.

Melinda S. Henman to Joseph W. and Marcella W. Ober, 4946 Brannan Dr., E., Springfield; $95,000.

Overholser Builders LLC to Michael L. and Amy Stooksberry, 4150 Midfield St., Springfield; $25,000.

Lenard T. and Jennifer K. Wacenske to Jennifer K. Wacenske, 1422 Erika Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Vickie Williams, Trustee, to John W. and Mary M. Derr, 5786 Winfield Dr., Springfield; $119,900.

Darst W. and Marjorie A. Herman to Darst W. Herman, 500 Sheffield Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Timothy E. and Candace F. Kelly to Angela D. Thompson, 839 White Oak Dr., Springfield; $145,000.

Janet Irene Estep and Bill Scott Estep to Jeffery A. and Michele M. Lash, 1980 Old Coach Dr., Springfield; $141,000.

Maurice L. Kenney to Timothy B. Kenney, 636 Oneida Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Joshua Ashley to Christopher P. Ashley, 3129 Nantucket St., Springfield; no fee.



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