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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

16-CV-0760 - Charles M. Lemmings and Dorothy Lemmings, 5157 Kerns Road, v. Richard N. Taylor, 17 E. Johnson St., Apt. 225, complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Dec. 15, 2014.

16-CV-0761 - Barb A. Castle and Joshua A. Miller, 1228 Beverly Ave., v. Paul R. Herald, if living and his spouse, if any, whose name is unknown, and the surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, next of kin, executors, administrators, assigns, and the unknown guardians of minor or incompetent surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, next of kin, assignees of Paul R. Herald if he is deceased, who are unknown to Plaintiff, all of whose residences or addresses are unknown, et al., complaint to quiet title for property located at 1228 Beverly Ave.

16-DP-1030 - Christopher M. Hensley, 825 E. High St., v. Lisa M. Hensley, 1416 Innisfallen Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1031 - Heather A. Foulke, 1400 S. Belmont Ave., v. Frank W. Foulke, 934 Pine St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1032 - Amy O’Dell, 3706 Rebert Pike, v. Tab Hunter, 3706 Rebert Pike, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1033 - Loretta Forshey, 1008 Olive St., v. Brock Raines, 2182 Ballentine Pike, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1035 - Natalee Compston, 1144 Oak St., v. Nathaniel Compston, 2333 Northmoor Dr., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1036 - Tiffanie Manning, New Carlisle, v. Gregory Hook, New Carlisle, petition for civil stalking protection order.

16-DP-1037 - Amanda P. Ovando, 501 W. High St., v. Monquis Lorenzo Taylor, 501 W. High St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1038 - Ashley Williams, Urbana, v. Billie M. Williams III, 317 East St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Ditech Financial LLC fka Green Tree Servicing LLC v. Tracy Smith aka Tracy Barker, et al., judgment in rem.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Joann Hereford, et al., judgment for $22,404.

MTGLQ Investors, L.P., v. John L. Shirk, et al., judgment in rem.

HSBC Bank USA, NA, as Trustee, v. Diane Fick, et al., judgment in rem.

Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Gary C. Person, et al., decree in foreclosure for $111,673.

The Huntington National Bank v. Paul Wm. Rodgers, et al., judgment in rem.

Cincinnati Inc. Co., v. Fents Const. Servs., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.

Progressive Direct Insurance Company v. Shianna Renne Hines aka Shianna Renee Hines, et al., judgment for $4,894.

Westfield National Insurance Company v. Allen Frock, judgment for $2,869.

State of Ohio, Department of Job & Family Services, v. Vicki S. Adams, judgment for $39,468.

SunTrust Mortgage, Inc., v. Gwendolyn J. Imes, et al., decree in foreclosure for $76,160.

Ditech Financial LLC v. Mark E. Namack, et al., judgment in rem.

State of Ohio v. Allen Ingram, case dismissed with prejudice.

State of Ohio v. Roland Isiah Richardson Jr., convicted of trafficking in heroin, 12 months prison with jail credit for time served.

State of Ohio v. Nicholas Michael Pizzo II, convicted of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, 15 months prison; convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, 30 months prison; jail credit for time served, four years driving privileges suspension, $1,348 and firearm and ammunition forfeited.

State of Ohio v. Tamara Arnold, convicted of possession of cocaine, one year prison with jail credit for time served.

State of Ohio v. Larese Watkins, convicted of robbery, three years prison with jail credit for time served, three years post-release control mandatory.

Jennifer Lucas v. William Lucas, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Roberta Jo Mosier v. John Stoltz, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

Amber Campbell v. Seth Cook, case voluntarily dismissed.

Brittany Poe v. Bobby Alcorn, case voluntarily dismissed.

Jennifer DeVore v. David Minor, case voluntarily dismissed.

Michelle N. Burgoon and Richard E. Burgoon, dissolution of marriage.

John M. Manus Jr., and Michelle R. Manus, dissolution of marriage.

Becky Lynn Thompson and Alan Edward Thompson, dissolution of marriage.

Marissa M. Reed and William E. Hooten Jr., dissolution of marriage.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Joseph B. Edwards to Monty A. and Karen K. Terrell, 304 E. Main St., and 0 Lower Valley Pike, Medway; $24,000.

Zachary R. Hamilton to Dillon M. Stevens, 523 Hamilton Ave., New Carlisle; $116,900.

Danny A. and Sharon K. Hartman, Trustees to Danny A. Hartman, Trustee, 5390 Selma Pike, Springfield; no fee.

Danny A. Hartman, Trustee, to Sean E. Hartman, 5390 Selma Pike, Springfield; no fee.

Loren R. Parker and Susan E. Parker to Scott and Christina Lipscomb, 5549 Beard Road, Springfield; $121,000.

Danny A. and Sharon K. Hartman, Trustees, to Danny A. Hartman, Trustee, 5919 Hennigan Road, South Charleston; no fee.

Michael Needles to Michael P. and Lorraine S. Freeze, 0 Fowler Road, Springfield; $40,000.

Robert Lieder and Jane Johnson to Bradley J. Boyle, 8007 Philadelphia Dr., Fairborn; $125,000.

Eric V. and Laura Wiedemann to Brian D. and Catherine Turner, 161 Grand Valley Dr., Enon; $155,000.

Bryan L. and Kristin L. Smith to Dale A. Begley and Melissa D. Mueller, 5776 Ridgewood Road, W., Springfield; $210,000.

Francis E. and J. Elaine Roller to John P. and Rebecca L. Johnson, 2631 Casey Dr., Springfield; $115,000.

Clark County Land Reutilization Corp., to David E. and Barbara L. Garrett, 126 and 142 S. Race St., and 200 and 211 S. Yellow Springs St., Springfield; no fee.

Richard E. Estle to New Birth Mission, 539 and 0 W. North St., Springfield; no fee.

Robert D. Austin and Colleen S. Parsons to Robert D. Austin and Colleen S. Parsons, 1611-1613 Overlook Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Regina Taylor, Trustee, to Tod W. and Jamie L. Kuss, 263 S. Douglas Ave., Springfield; $80,000.

Michael Lee Siedler and Jeff Hayes to Prestige Springfield LLC, 415 Bellevue Ave., Springfield; no fee.

David E. Hungerford to Betty Lou Hungerford and John Everett, 2748 Hilltop Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Betty Lou Hungerford and John Everett to Bradley Perry, 2748 Hilltop Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Amy Sterzenbach to Ashley M. and Matthew W. Schimmoller, 1700 Rutland Ave., Springfield; $59,500.

Jeffrey R. Hayes to Prestige Springfield LLC, 1328 Kenwood Ave., 1254-1256 and 0 Cedarview Dr., E., and 950-952 Mitchell Blvd., Springfield; no fee.

Dianna L. Means to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 1608 Morgan St., Springfield; no fee.

Kimberly S. Strother to Garlind Properties Ltd., 2249 Clifton Ave., Springfield; $13,000.

Brian M. Gmerek to Jalen A. Wood, 918 N. Fountain Ave., Springfield; $84,000.

Jeff Hayes and Michael Siedler to Prestige Springfield LLC, 629 Olive St., Springfield; no fee.


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