Clark County Common Pleas Court cases



COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

16-CV-0613 - Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. Tracy L. Cadwell, North Hampton, et al., complaint in foreclosure for property located at 75 E. Clark St., North Hampton, for $98,347.

16-CV-0614 - Progressive Direct Insurance Company v. Shianna Renne Hines aka Shianna Renee Hines and Shari Renee Stone Hines, 417 N. Shaffer St., complaint for $4,894 for damages to motor vehicle of plaintiff’s insured on Jan. 6, 2015.

16-CV-0615 - James E. Evans, Enon, v. Jeff Wyler Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Springfield, Jeff Wyler Springfield, Inc., 1501 Hillcrest Ave., complaint in excess of $25,000 for injuries suffered in a fall at the car dealership on Nov. 17, 2014.

16-DR-0811 - Brianna M. Menke, New Carlisle, v. Richard V. Menke, Fairborn, complaint for divorce.

16-DS-0812 - Erik Shirk, 2453 Red Coach Dr., Apt. 2, and Amy Shirk, 2020 Portage Path, petition for dissolution of marriage.

16-DP-0813 - Melinda Clifford, 1455 Selma Road, v. Timothy Coleman Jr., 241 W. State St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DS-0814 - Edward C. Michek, Medway, and Alicia M. Michek, Medway, petition for dissolution of marriage.

16-DR-0815 - Lori S. Stevens, 5835 Beard Road, v. Carl Stevens, Hampton, S.C., complaint for divorce.

16-DR-0816 - Barbara J. Dewine, 1444 Fairfield Pike, v. Stephen L. Hiney, 1444 Fairfield Pike, complaint for divorce.

16-DP-0817 - Olivia Nichole Peacock, 1576 E. High St., #5, v. Darren Larue Gilliam, 1829 W. Main St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

16-DP-0818 - Cassandra Spicer, 821 Rice St., v. Shaun Rieske, Marion, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Brian M. Kellum, termination of probation, case closed.

State of Ohio v. Bobby Jo Miller, termination of probation, case closed.

Smith Creek Inc., v. Rio Lima Equine Center, LLC dba Rio Lima Tack & Feed, judgment for $15,323.

Clark County Community Habitat for Humanity, nka Clark County Fuller Center for Housing of Springfield, Ohio, v. Lisa R. Mays aka Lisa Mays McCray aka Lisa R. McCray, et al., judgment for $37,709.

Credit Acceptance Corp., v. Alex Boyer, judgment for $9,360.

Bank of America, N.A., v. Donna K. Boettcher, judgment for $18,179.

Wells Fargo Bank, NA, v. Keith W. Finchum, et al., judgment partially vacated as to all claims except reformation count, case dismissed at plaintiff’s cost.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Jetta Nicole Francis Hunter, 30, Troy, hairstylist, to Scott Edward Massie, 29, New Carlisle, machinist.

Jaclynn Marie Coffman, 27, New Carlisle, dental assistant, to Michael Keith Jarrells II, 31, New Carlisle, welder.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Tyrone Stacy to MC Home Remodeling LLC, 486 Glenapple Dr., New Carlisle; $45,800.

Joseph K. Grigsby to Robert D. Davis and Carlene Shaver, 1135 Edgebrook Ave., New Carlisle; $60,000.

Jerry W. and Marinda J. Bocock to Marinda J. Bocock, 809 W. Washington St., New Carlisle; no fee.

William H. and Christine A. Fippin to Derik Barnhart, 2619 Troy Road, Springfield; $122,500.

Emily M. DeSalle to Paige M. Stroble and Leeann Stroble, 4225 Nevada Road, Springfield; $110,000.

Kathleen A. Maddux to Lawrence E. and Rebecca J. Riddle, 4495 Tacoma St., Springfield; $72,500.

Roberta Louise Whitacre to Joseph Lee and Carolyn Ackerman, 1640 Sierra Ave., Springfield; $66,000.

Fred L. Lanum to Prestige Springfield LLC, 524 S. Belmont Ave., Springfield; $24,000.

Richard S. Hoover to Glenda Faye Durst, 1824 Karr St., and 0 Gladden St., three parcels, Springfield; no fee.

Shaun Woodruff to Toni L. Swonger, 1907-1909 Van Buren Ave., Springfield; no fee.

William Dean and Ruby Juanita Grimm to Jerry Grimm, 1806-1808 S. Fountain Ave., Springfield; no fee.

Joseph Scott to Matthew B. Scott, 1430 Linden Ave., Springfield; no fee.


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