Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

17-CV-0501 - James Linkhart, 131 S. Broadmoor Blvd., v. To-To Enterprises, LLC, Wapakoneta; Joseph Ramsey and Tina Ramsey, c/o O’Connor’s Bar and Grill, 2200 N. Limestone St., et al., complaint to enforce commercial lease declaratory judgment on property located at 2336 Northmoor Dr., plaintiff seeks rent due based upon historical sales from date defendants failed to pay through lease end, unpaid rent of $12,000 in addition to $1,450 per month after August 2015 to lease end, $75,000 in damages, etc.

17-CV-0502 - Kevin Benton, Cincinnati, v. Jeffrey Mowell, 1735 Crescent Dr., and City of Springfield, 76 E. High St., complaint in excess of $25,000 for damages and injuries suffered in an auto accident on Nov. 17, 2015.

17-CV-0503 - Edward Penwell, c/o Saber Healthcare Group dba Urbana Health and Rehabilitation Center, Bedford Heights, v. Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Office of Legal and Acquisition Services, Columbus, notice of appeal of administrative decision to the Court of Common Pleas regarding denial of application for Medicaid benefits.

17-DP-0738 - Carol A. Mount, 1810 Rutland Ave., v. Brian Otis Smith, 440 W. High St., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

17-DP-0757 - Jacqueline Brown, 1617 S. Sweetbriar Lane, v. Seth Biles, 120 N. Fountain Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. James R. Miller, case dismissed with prejudice.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Lisa Dorsey, et al., land forfeited to the State of Ohio.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, assigns, and/or successors of Guadalupe Ramirez, et al., land forfeited to the State of Ohio.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Robert L. Asebrook, et al., land forfeited to the State of Ohio.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Anthonia L. Mills, et al., land forfeited to the State of Ohio.

Treasurer of Clark County, Ohio, v. Unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, assignees, and/or successors of Jerry D. Radford Jr., et al., land forfeited to the State of Ohio.

Kelly Tipton v. Eric Hill, case voluntarily dismissed.

Alicia Ewing v. Todd White, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.

Sarah McNeal v. Andrew Hatfield, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

Sarah McNeal v. Pamela Hatfield, civil stalking protection order dismissed.

Thomas Johnson v. Wilton F. Schuyler, civil stalking protection order granted.

Amanda Robertson v. Kenneth Robertson Jr., domestic violence civil protection order denied.

David Isaac v. Matthew Kasinger, protection order denied.

Kayonna Singh v. Tyson Hahn, protection order dismissed.

Amy Holman v. Jamie Morissey, protection order dismissed.

Amy Propst v. Brian Johnson, case voluntarily dismissed.

Christine Latham v. Robert Mitchell, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Thomas E. Jackson v. Mary E. Jackson, domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Andrea Renee Cameron v. Charles Frank Feaster Jr., domestic violence civil protection order denied.

Tammy Williams v. Nancy Hubbard, protection order denied.

Kristy Reynolds v. Jason Keeton, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Serena Torres-Canchola v. Ricardo Torres-Canchola, domestic violence civil protection order granted.

Stephanie E. Juarez v. Roderick Fudge, case voluntarily dismissed.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

Michelle Renae Rice, 36, 1629 Springmont Ave., crew, and Matthew Alan Kubes, 34, 1629 Springmont Ave., head grinder.

John Joseph Madsen, 46, New Carlisle, program management, and Amanda Lynne Isaac, 27, New Carlisle, management analyst.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Doris D. Smith to Sylvia H. Craddock, 1950 Wedgewood Cir., Springfield; $178,500.

Lori A. Lanum and Fred L. Lanum Jr., to Stacey M. Jordan, 1015 W. Columbia St., Springfield; $55,000.

Leonard G. Horton to Ruth Ann Caupp, 1328 S. Belmont Ave., and 0 Belmont Ave., Springfield; $45,000.

Donald H. and Violet E. Gelhot to Viking Property Holdings II LLC, 800 S. Burnett Road, Springfield; $46,000.

London Pharmacy of Springfield, Inc., to Viking Property Holdings II LLC, 732 S. Burnett Road, Springfield; $116,400.

Joyce Y. Day to Vickie McElfrish, 806 E. Rose St., Springfield; no fee.

Michael B. Gural and Craig W. Gural, Trustees, to Melissa Davila Duncan, 1622 Kenton St., Springfield; $6,500.

Daniel A. Hearlihy to Terri S. Billingsley Whitt, 449 E. Liberty St., Springfield; $20,000.

Todd and Jennifer M. Huster to Douglas C. Adams II and Rashell Adams, 1415 Garfield Ave., Springfield; $72,000.

Jack Prine to Craig Mullins and Barry Mullins, 3085 Lake Road, Medway; $42,000.

Garland J. and Dorothy J. Kneten to Dorothy J. Kneten, 773 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield; no fee.

Dorothy J. Kneten to Tea Roelandt and Samuel James Johnston, 773 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield; $140,000.

Joseph G. and Charlotte R. Smith to Joseph G. Smith, 57 Eastwood Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Alvin A. Taynor to Linda K. Oliver, 3390 Flowerdale Road, Springfield; $81,000.

Timothy R. and Molly C. Cary to Todd W. and Jodie Noffke, 2330 Leon Lane, Springfield; $159,900.

Donald Dean Roberts to Cody B. Roberts, 5400 Ballentine Pike, Springfield; $85,000.

Barbara Mae Stoll to Barbara Mae Stoll, 0 Urbana Lisbon Road and 0 E. National Road, South Vienna; no fee.

Sam A. Dean, Trustee, to G. Thomas Dean, Trustee, 4612 Dolly Varden Road, two parcels, South Charleston; no fee.

Janice L. Harlow to Betty L. Bloomfield, 4587 Cynthia Dr., Enon; $108,900.

Sandy L. Grody to Nathan A. and Rebecca N. Seeberg, 6137 Morris Road, Springfield; $202,000.

Richard E. Wilson to Deborah Lemmons, 4738 Curtis Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Marinell Taylor Cooley to Dana P. Cooley, 5111 Ridgewood Road, W., Springfield; no fee.

William J. Stoll to William J. Stoll, 0 McConkey Road, South Vienna; no fee.

Terry E. Brink to Timothy R. and Molly C. Cary, 843 Oneida Dr., Springfield; $180,000.

Donald McCrite to Christina McCrite, 123 Fourth Ave., Springfield; $27,000.

Edward F. Mayes to Edward F. Mayes, 2752 Woodford Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Clemens M. Meyer to Richard E. and Melissa L. Corey, 529 Rebecca Dr., Springfield; $177,900.

Oliver Family Properties LLC to Ramaka LLC, 800-804 W. Main St., Springfield; $32,000.



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