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COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0613 - R. D. Holder Oil Co., Inc., New Carlisle, v. Tony Kennedy, Stoutsville, complaint for $21,990.

18-CV-0614 - R. D. Holder Oil Co., Inc., New Carlisle, v. Kyle Foreman dba Foreman Enterprises, New Carlisle, et al., complaint for $28,139.

18-CV-0615 - The Huntington National Bank, Columbus, v. Amy L. Leonard, 2748 Conowoods Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $170,422.

18-CV-0616 - Home City Federal Savings Bank of Springfield, 2454 N. Limestone St., v. Edward J. Carder Jr., 151 Fourth Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $54,328.

18-CV-0617 - JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, Columbus, v. Patricia Ann Collins, Pickerington, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 2811 Duncan St., for $58,784.

18-DP-1014 - Kelsey Stewart-Foley, 2125 N. Hadley Road, v. Angela Foley, 332 Warren Dr., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-1015 - Kelsey Vogel, New Carlisle, v. Travis Davis, Trotwood, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Darryl A. Newsome, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Sidney Jacobs, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. David L. Hargrove, community control continued due to violation, 90 days jail with credit for time served.

Gene Campbell v. Patty Campbell, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

Victor Matthew Palmer and Alice Faye Palmer, dissolution of marriage.

Anh Nguyen and Kha Le, dissolution of marriage.

Kelly Barr and Clinton Barr, dissolution of marriage.

Amy A. Mendoza v. Herbert Keith Ingram, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Virginia Linardos v. John Linardos, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Cassandra J. Letner and Damon Lee Letner, dissolution of marriage.

Jessica D. Roberts v. Lydia J. Hayes, case voluntarily dismissed.

Ruth D. Patten v. Andrew R. Brate, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Jason S. Newman v. Melisa A. Newman, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Heather Lee Trinkle, 43, 5414 Richmoor Road, assembly, and Robert Michael Stevenson, 44, 5414 Richmoor Road, business owner.

Preety Arora, 36, 1074 Lisa Crt., business analyst, and Rajesh Singh, 42, 1074 Lisa Crt., senior systems administrator.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

John and Wilma Faye Garrity, Trustees, to Brandon and Catharine Dobyns, 9410 and 0 Milton-Carlisle Road, New Carlisle; $450,000.

Kenneth Masny Bushman and Jennifer Masny to Classical Times Farm LLC, 0 S. Medway Carlisle Road, New Carlisle; no fee.

Cheryl Weinert to Scott Kenneth Weinert, 1686 Union Road, Medway; $173,800.

William V. Graham Jr., and Makayla R. Graham to Steven E. Amann, 934 Sheehan Ave., New Carlisle; $99,500.

Kenneth Masny Bushman and Jennifer Masny to 1375 Lake Road LLC, 1375 Lake Road, Medway; no fee.

Susan K. Cunningham to Rodz Brothers Construction & Remodeling, 776 Hedwick St., New Carlisle; $59,500.

Ken Masny Bushman and Jennifer Masny to 324 Scott Street LLC, 324 S. Scott St., New Carlisle; no fee.

Matthew T. Trimble to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 317 Fenwick Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Ronald A. Cantrell to Luke C. and Casandra Evans, 10 E. Main St., New Carlisle; $90,000.

Jerry D. and Patricia E. Combs to Shane M. and Jacqlyn Vest, 7353 Selma Pike, South Charleston; $252,500.

Charles W. and Michelle L. Miller to William F. Johnson, 6798 N. River Road, South Charleston; $158,000.

Niclin Group LLC to Barbara A. McGavern, 3010 Arthur Road, Springfield; $177,500.

Brad O. and Tamara L. Cattran to Ronald P. and Linda Jo Marshall, 1063 Cardinal Dr., Enon; $224,500.

U.S. Bank NA to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, 1060 Lisa Crt., Springfield; no fee.

Joyce E. McPherson to Clayton W. Edmiston, 4295 Middle Urbana Road, Springfield; $125,000.

Judith Ann Glenn Mack to James R. and Sharron Carpenter, 4420 Tacoma St., Springfield; $178,000.

Horace E. Poling to Tamara Sue Deneca and Mark E. Poling, 4300 Nevada Road, Springfield; no fee.

Mikilos D. and Angela A. Harris to Mikilos D. Harris, 5363 Hearthstone Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Edward W. and Margaret A. Dunn to Margaret A. Dunn, 3448 Cambridge Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Kimberly Jean Carsner to Janet L. Wilson, 12495 Stafford Road, New Carlisle; $273,300.

Nicholas B. Johnson to Nicholas B. Johnson and Darla Rae Speires, 2811 Locust Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Rebecca Whitaker to Charles W. Graham Jr., 102 and 0 Fourth Ave., Springfield; $20,000.

JIREH RE LLC to Kettering Medical Center, 3250 Middle Urbana Road, Springfield; $950,000.

Delanyul A. Kidd to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 1026 W. State St., Springfield; no fee.

Scot A. Jenkins to Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., 1735 W. Washington St., Springfield; no fee.

Richard B. and Sherri L. Hall to Kathleen A. and Steven Carter, 2124 Maiden Lane, Springfield; $121,000.

Sean A. Stir to Gail Bargery, 2528 Beatrice St., Springfield; $55,000.

Norval E. and Nurjehan Henry to Mako Investments LLC, 873-875 McCreight Ave., Springfield; $50,000.

Zackarey Richwine to Louis F. Kemp, 45 W. Southern Ave., Springfield; $1,000.

926 North Fountain LLC to Generation Homes LLC, 926 N. Fountain Ave., Springfield; $103,000.

Carol L. Hirtzinger to Lindsay T. and Andrew L. Williams, 260 Glendale Dr., Springfield; $134,900.



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