Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0158 - Ditech Financial LLC v. Anna Odessa Clayborne aka Odessa Clayborne aka Anna Claybourne, 914 Montgomery Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $59,796.

17-CV-0161 - Vanessa R. Moyer, New Carlisle, v. Viridiana Abeldano, Huber Heights, and Indiana State Council of Roofers, Health and Welfare Fund, Lafayette, Ind., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Oct. 21, 2016.

17-DP-0215 - Alexis Murray, 304 Fair St., v. Nichole L. Longberry, 115 N. Western Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

17-DS-0216 - Brandon M. Coffey, 917 E. Blee Road, and Brandi L. Coffey, Cedarville, petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-DS-0217 - Jaime L. Kimmet, 423 Roosevelt Dr., and Brian M. Kimmet, 423 Roosevelt Dr., petition for dissolution of marriage.

17-DR-0218 - Edith R. Kushmael, 165 Janney Lane, v. Frank H. Kushmael, 4862 Forrest Dr., complaint for legal separation.

17-DR-0219 - Joseph Lee Frost Jr., 732 Innisfallen Ave., v. Mindy Sue Frost, 732 Innisfallen Ave., complaint for divorce.

17-DP-0220 - Cecilia Hill, 541 Rensselaer St., v. Christopher Hill, London, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Elizabeth Kolesser v. Timothy Elliott II, et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Bridget Rankin nka Cumpston v. Matthew Cumpston, domestic violence civil protection order vacated and dismissed.

Kyle Williams v. Jeffrey Palmer, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Lisa Rutroff v. Jonathan Burks, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

Brandy Lykins v. Jose Cervantes, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

Megan Creech v. James Smith, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Abby Lyn Caudill, 28, 3155 Woonsocket St., to Zachary Allen Thomason, 27, 1171 Lagonda Ave., sales representative.

Julia Kathrin Koehler, 22, 4674 Hominy Ridge Road, involvement coordinator, to Levi Joshua Keplinger, 26, 5747 Detrick Jordan Pike, shipment packing.

Cassandra Kathleen Bancroft, 31, 636 E. Blee Road, teacher, to Sean Patrick Moorman, 32, 636 E. Blee Road, engineer.

Canaan Mitchell Stanley, 28, 2580 N. Limestone St., #202, marine, to Chloe Loureen McCabe, 27, New Madison, bank teller.

Randi Jo Dillow, 22, 1347 Vester Ave., Apt. F, to Coty Lee Cooper, 22, New Carlisle, mechanic.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Jose A. Cervantes and Brandy R. Lykins to Jose Luis Ceja and Silvia Martinez, 235 W. Main St., Medway; $8,000.

Robert Wade Reed to Jason S. Lee, 534 Bowser Dr., New Carlisle; $77,500.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Diana Gibson, 224 Fenwick Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Cris A. Ekey and Kristen N. Ekey to Kristen N. Ekey, 1501 Victory Road, Springfield; no fee.

Thelma I. Priwer to John C. Hendriks and Peggy L. Hazlett, 1706 Calais Dr., Springfield; $127,500.

Bryce A. Whittington to Clifford A. Hinshaw, 1143 Northlawn Dr., Springfield; $105,900.

Smart Properties Ltd., to Smart Landscaping Inc., 2132 N. Dayton-Lakeview Road, New Carlisle; no fee.

Jeanne M. Brennan to James L. and Patricia L. Harris, Trustees, 1148 Brixton Dr., N., Springfield; $104,600.

Richard W. Hanes to Kenneth F. Fulton, 1135 Bradford Dr., Springfield; $96,000.

Larry E. Hatter Sr., and Linda S. Hatter to VSI Real Estate LLC, 1150 N. Bechtle Ave., Springfield; $55,000.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Gaylord Harris, 2441 Mayfair Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Ricky A. and Deborah L. Farmer to Karrie L. Hayes, 2132 Hoppes Ave., Springfield; $80,000.

Kenneth R. and Christine J. Keller to Stuart K. Brown, 409 N. Clairmont Ave., Springfield; $74,000.

Mickey Doogs to Michael R. Doogs, 2700 Merritt St., Springfield; $37,900.

Clasie Properties Inc., to Home City Investments LLC, 742, 725-727 and 721 Kenton St., 531-533 East St., 734 and 733 Summer St., 716-720 York St., and 611 and 607 S. York St., Springfield; no fee.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 403 E. Madison Ave., Springfield; no fee.

William J. Beach to Krista Dellapina and Robert Bonner, 1706 N. Fountain Blvd., Springfield; $91,500.

Laurel B. Willis, Trustee, to Ridgewood Road Group LLC, 128 E. First St., Springfield; $34,000.



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