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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

16-CV-0755 - Federal National Mortgage Assn., v. Linda Susan DiMichele, 644 Feese Pl., et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem.

16-CV-0756 - JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, v. Steven M. Nickell, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1144 Carman Ave., New Carlisle, for $138,121.

16-CV-0757 - Freedom Mortgage Corp., v. Charles Waldo Pence’s unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and assigns, address(es) unknown, et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem for property located at 3622 Folk Ream Road.

16-CV-0758 - J.P. Morgan Mortgage v. Kurtis B. Korn, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 1002 Edgebrook Ave., New Carlisle, for $70,512.

16-CV-0759 - Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Evalina J. Casey, South Charleston, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 8744 Wildlane Dr., South Charleston, for $21,800.

16-DS-1020 - Meggan Marie Brewer, Fairborn, and William Erik Brewer, 3250 Rocky Point Road, petition for dissolution of marriage.

16-DS-1022 - Victoria A. Marshall, Catawba, and Nathan I. Marshall, South Vienna, petition for dissolution of marriage.

16-DP-1023 - Kimberly Walker, 155 E. Grand Ave., Apt. 1W, v. Tonya Beal, 147 E. Grand Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1024 - Christina Ann Korn, New Carlisle, v. Kurtis Brandon Korn, New Carlisle, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-1025 - Vicki Babbert, 2839 Columbus Ave., v. Margie Woods, 2845 Columbus Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.

16-DS-1027 - Gayle Wagner, 141 The Post Road, Apt. E, and Terence Wagner, Middletown, petition for dissolution of marriage.

16-DP-1028 - Ginger D. Hutchison, 1342 E. Cedarview Dr., v. Dewayne T. Thacker, 2507 Hilldale Road, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DS-1029 - Nancy K. Eben, New Carlisle, and John M. Eben, New Carlisle, petition for dissolution of marriage.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Christopher Burnett, community control continued due to violation, 90 days jail with credit for time served, 90 days GPS electronic monitoring, one year driver’s license suspension, $1,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Jamie Allen Crim, convicted of aggravated assault, five years community control, 60 days jail or 60 days electronic monitoring with GPS within two weeks, 150 hours community service, $4,706 restitution within two years.

State of Ohio v. Marie A. Hicks, community control continued due to violation.

State of Ohio v. Paul Gregory Rose, convicted of having weapons under disability, five years community control, $7,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. Johnny D. Sickles II, convicted of receiving stolen property, five years community control, $40 restitution, $2,500 fine.

State of Ohio v. James Lynn Basham, community control continued due to violation, $2,500 fine.

Misty Jenkins v. Ford Motor Company, case dismissed with prejudice.

Daniel Lewis v. America Security Insurance Co., case dismissed with prejudice at plaintiff’s costs.

CitiFinancial Servicing LLC v. Sharon K. Coyle, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.

Home City Federal Savings Bank v. Terrence H. Anderson, et al., judgment vacated, case dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Jennifer Marie Parrett, 36, 1011 E. Home Road, Apt. B, health care provider, to Jeffrey Lamar Frazier, 43, 1311 Vester Ave., #201, assembler.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Keith J. Storms to Barbara L. and Keith J. Storms, 910 McAdams Dr., New Carlisle; no fee.

Deborah Wilder to Gilberto Cruz Rodriguez, 1216 Carman Ave., New Carlisle; $90,000.

Herbert E. Criss to MC Home Remodeling LLC, 1274 Frayne Dr., New Carlisle; $57,300.

Chester L. Allen and Margie D. Rozell to Jackson and Catherine Ann Marie Tittle, 210 and 0 Milton-Carlisle Road, Springfield; $144,900.

Keith and Sherry Horn to MC Home Remodeling LLC, 229 Prentice Dr., New Carlisle; $26,800.

Wanda J. Appleton to Federal National Mortgage Assn., 1109 Edgebrook Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.

Jeremy R. Stollings to Justin Gessey, 302 S. Xenia St., Enon; $105,000.

Gerald R. and Nicolette Lookabaugh to Gerald R. and Nicolette L. Lookabaugh, Trustees, 5339 Stoneridge Dr., 4430 Burchill St., 1341 Bonita Ave., 1410 Midland Road, 2034 Westboro Ave., 3344-3350 Red Coach Dr., 652 S. Douglas Ave., 2739 Morton Dr., 130-132 N. Belmont Ave., 303 N. Fostoria Ave., and 239-241 and 226-228 St. George Pl., Springfield; no fee.

Gerald R. Lookabaugh Jr., and Nicolette L. Lookabaugh to Gerald R. and Nicolette L. Lookabaugh, Trustees, 5590, 5588, 5586 and 5584 Ridgewood Road, E., 4558 Willowbrook Dr., 3308 Erter Dr., 3244-3250 Red Coach Dr., 2424 Van Buren Ave., 520 Gruen Dr., 210-212 N. Belmont Ave., 219-221, 222-224 and 229-231 St. George Pl., 1971 Kenton St., and 1227-1229 Cedarview Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Gerald Lookabaugh to Gerald R. and Nicolette L. Lookabaugh, Trustees, 1961-1963 Kenton St., Springfield; no fee.

Ronald D. and Neilia M. Snow to Neilia M. Snow, 5309 Taywell Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Roma L. Kaffenbarger, Trustee, to Michael R. Wolfe, 8046 Ballentine Pike, New Carlisle; $135,000.

Ronald E. Kibler to Christie L. Forbes and William B. Forbes II, 3715 S. Eva Cir., Springfield; $247,000.

Kathleen K. Kaczynski to Stephen K. Koogler, 1753 Maiden Lane, Springfield; $79,900.

Venture Real Estate Group, LLC, to Richard L. Woodruff, 612 Mavor St., Springfield; $31,500.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Ranjan Sharma, 2041 Columbus Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Loren R. Parker and Susan Parker to Prestige Springfield LLC, 1670 Summit St., Springfield; $22,000.

Lacy A. Cordrey to Lacy A. Paul, 217 E. Liberty St., Springfield; no fee.


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