Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0083 - Riverview Health Institute, LLC, c/o Sonnek & Goldblatt, Ltd., Cincinnati, v. Alisha Martino, New Carlisle, complaint for $32,641 for medical services rendered.

18-DR-0089 - Kevin Ryan Wallace, 1431 Midland Pl., v. Krista Rae Wallace, Urbana, complaint for divorce.

18-DS-0090 - Tessa L. Pantoja, Goshen, and Christian Pantoja, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

18-DP-0091 - Courtney Peterson, Urbana, v. Noah Sands, 2580 N. Limestone St., Apt. 106, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Nancy Irene McKinster, convicted of robbery, four years prison with credit for jail time served, three years post-release control mandatory.

State of Ohio v. Tania L. Rigsby, convicted of possession of heroin and aggravated possession of drugs, 12 months prison each count to be served concurrently, credit for jail time served, sentence to be served consecutively to another sentence.

State of Ohio v. Tania L. Rigsby, community control revoked due to violation, 12 months prison for offense of possession of heroin, credit for jail time served.

Deana Heitzman v. Tedi Gensler, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Cassandra Elisa Lambert and Blake Andrew Lambert, dissolution of marriage.

Andrea D. Robinson and Robert S. Robinson, dissolution of marriage.

Nathan P. McFadden and Chelsae N. McFadden, dissolution of marriage.

Edward A.J. McGuire v. Ashley Dawn Fenwick, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Mari McClurg v. Robert McClurg, case voluntarily dismissed.

Morgan B. Taylor v. John A. Taylor, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Chae Nicole Carter, 27, 914 Robinson Dr., assistant store manager, and San Quan Foster Stockdale, 32, 2100 E. High St., Apt. 4A, welder.

Chelsey Nicole McFarland, 21, 2580 N. Limestone St., Apt. 102, and Jordan Alexander Baxter, 21, 2580 N. Limestone St., Apt. 102.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Robert S. and Andrea Robinson to Andrea Robinson, 137 and 0 Beach Dr., Medway; no fee.

Rachel E. Eitel to James K. and Amanda N. DeHaven, 209 Fence Row Lane, South Charleston; $104,500.

Carol S. Stevens to Anthony K. and Tammy L. Richardson, 235 Green Valley Dr., Enon; $125,500.

Mary Anne Grewe to Larry and Kimberly Smith, 4619 Ridgewood Road, E., Springfield; $179,900.

Jennifer L. Hidy to Jennifer L. Hidy, 5413 Richmoor Road, Springfield; no fee.

Valentine Enterprises LP to Springfield Industrial LLC, 6909 Urbana Road, Springfield; $25,000.

Valentine Enterprises LP to Springfield Industrial LLC, 6915 Urbana Road, Springfield; $350,000.

Julie M. Greene to Richard and Valerie A. Redmon, 4319 Redmond Road, Springfield; $26,700.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Michael Allen Gabriel, 3039 Lynn Haven St., Springfield; $72,500.

Matthew D. Stumbo to US Bank NA, 643G Villa Road, Springfield; $20,000.

Bobbie Hughes to Nott Bad Investments LLC, 1016 Heard Ave., Springfield; $19,000.

Earl W. Fry III to Andrew T. Smith, 2077 Hillside Ave., Springfield; $36,000.

Champion City Homes to Annisa Younts, 1409 Lexington Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Rebecca A. and Christopher B. Chapman to PNC Bank NA, 1240 N. Limestone St., Springfield; $53,400.



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