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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0633 - Capital One Bank (USA), NA, v. Norman J. Roberts, 1414 S. Center Blvd., complaint for $16,434.

17-CV-0634 - Security National Bank, Division of The Park National Bank, 40 S. Limestone St., v. Larry E. Chambers, Urbana, and Linda L. Chambers, Urbana, complaint for $14,564 due on Promissory Note.

17-CV-0635 - Alvin C. Bell, Urbana, v. Douglas M. Smith, 408 ½ N. Race St., et al., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in a bicycle/auto accident on Feb. 1, 2014.

17-CV-0636 - U.S. Bank NA, as Trustee, v. James E. Truss, 1122 Oakleaf Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $57,441.

17-DP-0998 - Michelle Robinson, 525 E. Home Road, v. Joseph Robinson, 1501 Linden Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0999 - Amanda Rose Morley, 525 E. Home Road, v. Edward Damien Palmer, 511 E. Pleasant St., petition for civil stalking protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee, v. Melissa K. Tannyhill aka Melissa K. Tanyhill, et al., decree in foreclosure for $127,107.

Nations Lending Corporation, an Ohio Corporation, v. Monica P. Beavers, et al., judgment in rem.

State of Ohio v. William H. Patrick, convicted of aggravated trafficking in drugs, 12 months prison; convicted of trafficking in heroin, 12 months prison; sentences to run consecutively to each other, credit for jail time served.

State of Ohio v. Anna Marie Litteral, community control revoked due to violation, 12 months prison for offense of possession of cocaine, credit for jail time served.

State of Ohio v. Stephanie Jo Armitage, intervention in lieu of conviction terminated, convicted of theft, 12 months prison with credit for jail time served.

State of Ohio v. Adontre Lane, case dismissed with prejudice.

Helen D. Harmer v. Wesley Eric Ault, deceased, et al., judgment entry by default, deed reformed to reflect transfer of title was made and claims of all parties are quieted as to the real estate described in said deed, costs to plaintiff.

Tarsha D. White v. Brian E. White, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Kelli L. Walker-Minter v. Michael E. Minter, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Ronnie J. Baker v. Shawn A. Moore, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of living separate and apart for more than one year.

Tiffany E. Pitts v. Herbert F. McGary, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of gross neglect of duty and incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Alexander Michael Smith, 23, 4533 Ridgewood Road, W., general manager, and Sierra Grace Roberts, 19, 4533 Ridgewood Road, W., store associate.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Fannie Mae to Spartan Residential LLC, 25 and 0 Forest Road, Medway; no fee.

Miranda J. Munoz to Douglas and Tawnya L. Kline, 779 Aspen Road, New Carlisle; $96,500.

Julie M. Eblin to Douglas M. and Alyssa Meyer, 5668 W. National Road, Springfield; $43,000.

Jacob Emberton to Jacob Emberton and Athena Yacoumakis, 412 Falcon Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Joshua Wynne to D0nna and Gregory E. Sanford, 3555 Miller Road, Springfield; no fee.

William L. Merritt Jr., and Juanita M. Merritt to Juanita M. Merritt, 1601 Shrine Road, Springfield; no fee.

Arthur D. and Janet D. Baer to Mark E. and Lara C. Gainer, 4223 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield; $135,000.

Thomas H. Lagos to Michael Spencer, 4960 Dolly Varden Road, South Charleston; $22,500.

David C. and Rosella Yost to Rosella Yost, 0 Botkin Road, London; no fee.

Carolyn A. Miller to Robert Miller, 3060 and 0 Fowler Road, Springfield; no fee.

Paul P. Kumbusky to Jeffrey M. Gammell II and Jessica L. Nott, 4231 Joy Dr., Enon; $110,000.

Linda F. Varney, Trustee, to Robert W. and Karen C. Brink, 8721 Haddix Road, and Minster Bank and Patricia A. Hull to Robert W. and Karen C. Brink, 0 Haddix Road, Fairborn; $329,000.

Ronald J. Wilson to Douglas L. Wilson, 6327 Harvest St., Springfield; no fee.

Frances E. Vucic and Ashley R. Stuckey to Frances E. Vucic, 3931 Delmar Cir., Springfield; no fee.

Derek J. Smith to Fred and Brenda Mullett, 2632 N. Urbana-Lisbon Road, South Vienna; $149,000.

William E. Hannon to Scott and Rebecca Pollard, 200 and 0 Meadow Lane, Springfield; $149,900.

Crystal L. Bonner, Trustee, to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 243 and 0 Lyle Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Johnie Ray Saddler to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 615 Highview Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Lee R. Schalm and Julie E. Mick Schalm to Patricia Brougher, 2810 Marshall Road, Springfield; $92,500.

Granite Loan Acquisitions Venture I LLC to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 1028-1030 W. High St., Springfield; no fee.

Jeffrey A. and Patricia V. Van Hoose to Mike Riley, 708 W. Cedar St., Springfield; $9,000.

Kelvin D. and Celeste D. Gaskins to Blanche E. Murray, Trustee, 320 S. Douglas Ave., Springfield; $97,900.

Mostafa Ali to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 618 York St., Springfield; no fee.

Stonegate Mortgage Corporation to Jeff Frost, 908-910 Oak St., Springfield; $15,000.

Sagdah Inc., to HRY Investments LLC, 961 Selma Road, two parcels, Springfield; $158,600.

Robert E. Baucom to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 1412 Highland Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Carla D. Howard Daniels and Terrance E. Daniels to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 1609 Woodward Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Margaret Howard to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 1403 Linden Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Bengt and Tracy L. Brown to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 266-268 S. Plum St., Springfield; no fee.

Brenda K. Carter to Clark County Fuller Center For Housing, 1201-1203 and 1207 Linden Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Ty F. Buckman and Jody L. Rambo to Laura and Mark Holder, 1120 N. Fountain Ave., Springfield; $115,500.



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