Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0441 - Ditech Financial LLC v. Kenneth L. Dalton Jr., Urbana, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1001 W. Pleasant St., for $33,285.

18-CV-0443 - Discover Bank v. Mona Doyle, 3863 Lawrenceville Dr., complaint for $16,062.

18-DR-0784 - Susan K. LeValley, 621 Tarimore Dr., v. Ernest E. LeValley Jr., 108 N. Greenmont Ave., complaint for divorce.

18-DP-0785 - Aleesha Palmer, 1333 Rutland Ave., v. Jessica Ann Allen, 403 Stanton Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DR-0786 - Fallon Dean, 1565 S. Center Blvd., v. Michael Dean, Chillicothe, complaint for divorce.

18-DP-0788 - Tabernea Hoover, 1942 Primm Dr., Apt. E., v. Darryl A. Newsome, 1942 Primm Dr., Apt. E., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0793 - Jessica Scott, 1034 Beacon St., v. Stacy Fraizer, 1421 Clifton Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DR-0794 - Daniel R. Peczkowski, 3310 Windy Ridge Dr., v. Ashley L. Peczkowski, Hilliard, complaint for divorce.

CURRENT BUSINESS

U.S. Bank NA, as Indenture Trustee, v. Kim D. Casey, et al., judgment in rem.

Ronen, LLC, v. Gail D. Cline aka Gail D. Griffith, et al., judgment in rem.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Delores A. Embry, et al., decree in foreclosure in rem.

Wright-Patt Credit Union, Inc., v. Mike Steinkamp, as Administrator, et al., decree in foreclosure for $76,210.

Embrace Home Loans, Inc., v. Sara B. Kunce, et al., judgment for $83,391.

PennyMac Loan Services, LLC, v. Matthew Wilson, et al., judgment for $188,908.

Chemical Bank v. Jared L. Ogden, et al., judgment for $42,680.

Riverview Health Institute, LLC, v. Clark Davis, judgment for $257,677.

Riverview Health Institute, LLC, v. Joseph Esthers, judgment for $48,292.

State of Ohio v. Derrick Brock, convicted of two counts trespassing into a habitation, 18 months prison on each count to run consecutively to one another for a total sentence of 36 months prison, credit for jail time served.

State of Ohio v. Barbara Smith, convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, six months community control relating back to July 19 with condition six months jail is served with credit from July 19 to present.

State of Ohio v. Jessica Lynn Truman, community control continued and extended for one additional year due to violation, $279 restitution.

Cecilia J. Fain, et al., v. Elizabeth A. Silas, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Kyle Robert McIntosh, case dismissed with prejudice.

Lindsey Roberts-Kane and Kyle M. Knudsen, Co-Administrators of the Estate of Kylie Knudsen, deceased, v. US Acute Care Solutions, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Shelby Lyn Maier, 23, South Vienna, designer, and Gaje Mackenzie Buchanan, 25, South Vienna, account manager.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Connie A. Whaley to John Newberry, 99 Tulip Road, Medway; no fee.

John Newberry to Frederick Whaley, 99 Tulip Road, Medway; no fee.

Spartan Apartments LLC to The Thirty Twos LLC, 3781 Woodbury Road, Medway; $1,350,000.

Lowell B. Tarves to Jared D. Brumfield, 930 Firwood Dr., New Carlisle; $101,000.

George Hardy to Beverly A. Hardy, 206 Fenwick Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Richard Craig and Laura R. Grammer to Ronald N. and Rita K. Hall, 3966 Pinewood Ave., Springfield; $271,900.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Tschida Investments LLC, 1480 E. Jackson Road, Springfield; $65,000.

Hufford Builders & Roofing Co., Ltd., to Joshua L. and Jennifer A. Wagner, 349 Newlove Road, South Charleston; $238,900.

Ginnie L. Moore to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, 503 Calico Crt., South Charleston; $76,000.

William F. Kinsel to William F. and Reina Marie Kinsel, 4259 Camelot Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Jeffrey G. Hoerner to Kristy L. Kurtz, 4642 Reno Lane, Springfield; $59,000.

Ronald G. Helman to Ronald G. Helman, Trustee, 0 Folk Ream Road and 0 Myers Road, New Carlisle; no fee.

Nathan L. and Carrie N. Keib to Samantha K. Young, 3598 Heatherwood Ave., Springfield; $277,000.

Homer A. and Grace L. Smith to William D. and Ann E. Bonar, 788 Mohawk Dr., Springfield; $247,000.

John Ervin Jr., Trustee, to Peggy J. Dinges, 3044 Brixton Dr., E., Springfield; $80,000.

John H. and Brenda D. Bauer to Brenda D. Bauer, 911 Weybridge Dr., Springfield; no fee.

S & D Innovators LLC to James R. and Melissa D. Clingman, 3116 Clarion Dr., Springfield; $215,000.

A2 Property Solutions LLC to Noel Acosta and Daniela Rugeles, 1119 Fruitland Road, Springfield; $8,000.

BBSV Holdings LLC to Madelene Polen, 613H Villa Road, Springfield; $2,000.

Robert W. and Mathilde L. Billheimer to Ball General Investments LLC, 1604 Southgate Ave., Springfield; no fee.

DND Property Management Ltd., to Ramaka LLC, 528-530 W. High St., Springfield; $18,000.

Alexander M. Grant to Lenin Alexander Alvarado Castillo, 727 W. Pleasant St., Springfield; $13,000.

Charlene M. Aper to Comfort Living LLC, 1914 W. High St., Springfield; $20,000.

John H. Bauer Jr., and Brenda D. Bauer to Brenda D. Bauer, 1426 Texas Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Justin Jenkins to Gary Lockwood, 1415 and 0 Schiller Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Gregory A. and Alison L. Burchett to Aaron G. Burchett, 956 Styer Dr., New Carlisle; $65,000.

Allen D. and Melissa S. Coon to Kathy Spencer, 4995 Selma Pike, Springfield; $30,000.

Jordan C. and Kelsey L. Chapman to Kristy M. and Joseph D. Cox, 4716 Old Clifton Road, Springfield; $154,500.

Darron M. Routzahn to Rachel M. Gettys, 16-18 S. Chillicothe St., South Charleston; $65,000.

Scott L. Matthews to Katrine M. Lancaster, 6400 Manete St., Springfield; $229,900.

Donald R. and G. Carol Lutz to Janet C. Terry, 4838 Brannan Dr., E., Springfield; $99,000.

Robert R. and Joan S. Speirs to Wanita E. Swayne, 4895 Auston St., Springfield; $105,000.



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