Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0623 - Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Victor E. Casey Jr., 1330 Torrence Dr., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $46,297.

18-CV-0624 - SLM Private Credit Student Loan Trust 2005-B v. Ashley D. Jacobs, 3057 Woods Dr., Apt. E, complaint for $23,108.

18-DP-1019 - Regina Ray, 1358 Emery Ave., v. Guy L. Ray, 1358 Emery Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-1021 - Shane Cundiff, 1800 Broadway St., v. Brandon Miller, 1822 Rutland, petition for civil stalking protection order.

18-DP-1022 - Amanda Jo Nall, 123 ½ N. Belmont, v. John C. Nall, 2820 Oletha Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

18-DP-1023 - Susan Hatch, Fairborn, v. Brendon Morris, Bellefontaine, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.

CURRENT BUSINESS

Travis J. Bentley v. Emily M. Bentley, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.

William Joe Abston v. Traci Sachs, protection order dismissed.

Bridgett Ehling v. Rodney Callicoat, protection order denied.

State of Ohio v. Hershal E. Rogan, case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Anthony K. Walker Jr., convicted of attempted receiving stolen property, three years community control, 120 hours community service, 180 days jail or complete correctional facility program, jail sentence stayed until Dec. 18 to see if defendant accepted into program.

State of Ohio v. De’Quan T. Anderson, convicted of failure to comply, three years community control, 90 days jail, two years driver’s license suspension, $2,500 fine.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

David Lee Fortin, 38, 910 Gothic St., truck driver, and Ashley Ruth Simpson, 38, 910 Gothic St., stay-at-home mom.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Christopher M. Brown to Bryan K. Thurman, 4032 Ryland Dr., Springfield; $73,000.

Elmer R. and Martha Y. Martin to Martha Y. Martin, 5573 Calais Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Mark C. Shieldcastle, Trustee, to Mark C. Shieldcastle, 50 Cherry Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Patricia Felty to LGF Farms LLC, 2730 and 0 Selma Pike, Springfield; $125,100.

Kenneth C. Wise to Robert A. Wineberg, 3028 Brixton Dr., Springfield; $110,000.

Lyle A. and Karla R. Wilkinson to Lyle A. Wilkinson, 1351 S. Plum St., Springfield; no fee.

Michael R. Elliott to J. Douglas Minter, 906 W. State St., Springfield; $12,500.

Glen Mark and Beth Louise Trimble to Beth Louise Trimble, 1731 Longview Dr., Springfield; no fee.

Ridgewood Group LLC to Kristyn L. and Kyle Keriazes, 128 E. First St., Springfield; $156,900.

Victor D. and Rosemary Farley to Dustin N. and Clarissa Johnson, 9 Walnut Road, Medway; $79,900.

Michael M. Ambuske and Benjamin C. Bonham to Timothy P. Bahun, 710 W. Jefferson St., New Carlisle; $66,000.

Daphene L. Chapman to Jennifer Hawks, 810 Spring Lake Cir., Enon; $89,000.

Thomas L. Allen and Barbara Hobby to Jared A. Marlin, 6024 Morris Road, Springfield; $133,500.

Norma J. Hoberty to Debra Goss, 475 Aberfelda Crt., Springfield; no fee.

Wesley Fyffe to Catherine Nicole Fyffe, 114 Fourth Ave., two parcels, Springfield; no fee.

Ronald J. and Martha A. O’Connor to Martha A. O’Connor, 2691 Prestwick Village Cir., Springfield; no fee.

Lauren B. Purtell to Mackieson Royal and Emily Maureen McCallum, 534 Northwood Dr., Springfield; $145,000.

Gary Kelly Jr., to Aaron Christopher Howard, 936 Barker Dr., Springfield; $38,000.

Sondra L. McKeever to Michael A. and Gayle L. Archer, 2639 Maplewood Ave., Springfield; $53,000.

Charles L. Taylor and Diana Wilson Taylor to Diana Wilson Taylor, 1880 Ohio Ave., and 0 Ohio Ave., two parcels, Springfield; no fee.

Casey Joel Segrest to Keri Segrest, 2017 Erie Ave., Springfield; no fee.



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