Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0142 - Wells Fargo USA Holdings, Inc., v. Janis E. Ruhe, South Charleston, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 28 James Crt., South Charleston, for $13,310.

18-CV-0143 - Dimitrius E. Mitchell, 23 W. Liberty St., v. Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus, and Aspen Companies Management LLC, Teaneck, N.J., notice of appeal.

18-CV-0144 - Estate of Doris E. Bess by David A. Bess, Executor, and David A. Bess, 400 N. Hampton Road, v. Estate of John C. Grover, c/o Carolyn S. Grover, Executor of the Estate of John C. Grover; Carolyn S. Grover, individually and Executor of the Estate of John C. Grover and John’s Handyman Service, c/o Carolyn S. Grover, individually and Executor of the Estate of John C. Grover, 5940 Springfield Xenia Road, complaint for $9,356 for payment of services not rendered.

18-CV-0145 - Justin Wilson, Wilmington, v. Tajinder P. Singh, Garland, Texas, and SGL Transport Inc., c/o Harpreet Singh, Greenwood, Ind., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on June 30, 2016.

18-DP-0141 - Rebecca J. Couch, 53 S. Sycamore St., v. Rex L. Couch, 53 S. Sycamore St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0142 - Meghan Preston, Urbana, v. Jordan Scott, 1835 Woodward Ave., petition for civil sexually oriented offense protection order.

18-DP-0164 - Allecia R. Ragland, 124 W. Clark St., v. Curtis E. Ragland Sr., Columbus, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0176 - Glenna Wiggins, 1438 Logan Ave., v. Keath Manns, 120 N. Fountain Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0177 - Ronnie Richard II, 403 Section Ave., v. Kelsey Hutchinson, 403 Section Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0178 - Amannda Sawyer, 1173 Selma Road, v. Mitchell Jenkins, 101 S. Freeman St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-0179 - Charles Jacobs, 205 Euclid Ave., v. Krystal Jackson, 341 S. Wittenberg Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DP-0180 - Jennifer Watkins, 2842 W. Jackson, v. Robert Hennessee, Enon, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Progressive Specialty Insurance Company v. Angelica D. Stevenson, judgment for $2,657.

Progressive Specialty Insurance Company v. Steven Stringfellow, judgment for $1,523.

State of Ohio v. Gyasi Brantley, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Quran Hottenstein, case dismissed.

Lori Rahrle v. Mark Roberts, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Susan E. Walker v. Hurshel D. King Jr., domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Michelle L. Benavides v. Christopher J. Benavides, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Hasin Volious v. Christopher Culberson, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Meghan Preston v. Jordan Scott, civil sexually oriented offense protection order dismissed.

Andrea Barnett v. Brett Stone, civil stalking protection order granted.

Linda McKinney v. William Sowers, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Jennifer Brooks v. Darius Demaree III, case voluntarily dismissed.

Rebecca Couch v. Rex Couch, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Dwayne Ainsworth v. Jeannine Ainsworth, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Matthew J. Kingery v. Noe E. Bustos, protection order denied.

Noe E. Bustos v. Matthew J. Kingery, protection order denied.

Michael W. Kittles and Patricia M. Kittles, dissolution of marriage.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Justin Tyler Ray, 28, 1605 N. Sweetbriar Lane, furniture manager, and Ashlie Lynn Henry, 26, 1605 N. Sweetbriar Lane, staffing specialist.

Tiffany Elysse Harnly, 29, Enon, program administrator, and Sean Thomas Dotson, 36, Beavercreek, Air Force.

Bonita Faye Beachum, 49, 2051 Sturgeon St., customer service representative, and Gordon Charnell Ward, 55, 2051 Sturgeon St., production.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Ohio National Guard to The Board of Clark County Commissioners Ohio, 4440 Laybourne Road, Springfield; no fee.

Richard Maynard to Zeus Investments Inc., 1506 and 1504 W. Mulberry St., Springfield; $10,000.

Nonie Moore to Wayne Kenerly, 915 W. Liberty St., Springfield; $6,000.

Hope Cypryla Jennings to Hope Cypryla, 2025 Beatrice St., Springfield; no fee.

Adam J. Wilder to Cody O. Hunley, 1827 Edwards Ave., Springfield; $38,000.

G B H D Inc., to Samantha Ann Trombley, 922 Tibbetts Ave., Springfield; $4,500.



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