Clark County Common Pleas Court cases


COMMON PLEAS COURT

NEW SUITS

18-CV-0566 — Carolyn A. Isaacs, Tunnel Hill, Ga., v. Michael A. Turner, et al., 3019 Hilldale Road; complaint for partition.

18-CV-0567 — Wendy C. Markley, Urbana, v. Staffmark Holdings, Cincinnati and Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, Columbus; notice of appeal.

18-CV-0569 — Ditech Financial LLC fka Green Tree Servicing, v. Cathryn Y. Casto and Timothy Casto, 923 W. Liberty and 1168 Delta Road; complaint for foreclosure for $30,707 for property located at 923 W. Liberty St.

18-CV-0570 — Citibank NA v. Damon L. Leonard, South Charleston; complaint for $16,085 owed on credit account.

18-CV-0571 — Kaitlyn M. McCoy, 1322 Perry St., Amber N. Vollmer, 2212 Clifton Ave., and Joe K.F. Gohl, 1730 Rutland Ave., v. Betty Lynn Marie Herzog, 1422 Eastgate Road; plaintiffs demand judgment of compensatory damages exceeding $25,000 and punitive damages exceeding $25,000.

CURRENT BUSINESS

State of Ohio v. Michael Lee Murray; convicted of failure to appear on a personal recognizance bond, six months prison term; convicted of failure to comply with an order or signal of police officer, 12 months prison term, to be served consecutively.

State of Ohio v. Richard Williams; convicted of breaking and entering, 12 months prison term, credit time served.

State of Ohio v. Bryce Whitt; termination of community control.

State of Ohio v. Jonavon McCoy Shamarr Thigpin; case dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Michelle Thacker; convicted of forgery, one year community control, $150 fine.

State of Ohio v. Alexander D. Boyer; convicted of attempted murder, seven years prison term with credit time served.

Lois Ann Snider v. Charles Michael Snider; both parties granted divorce on grounds of incompatibility.

State of Ohio v. Brianna D. Parish; convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, two years community control.

State of Ohio vs. Asonte Clay; convicted of improper handling of a firearm, two years community control.

Ray Adams v. Audrey Johnston, et al; complaint dismissed.

State of Ohio v. Sylvanius Oliver Furlow convicted of trafficking in cocaine, 10 months prison term; trafficking in heroin, 17 months prison term; illegal conveyance of drugs onto the grounds of a specified government facility, 24 months prison term; escape, two years, to be served consecutively.

State of Ohio v. Earnest Lee Foster convicted of trafficking in cocaine and possession of cocaine, eight years prison term; having weapons while under disability, 36 months prison term, two counts of endangering children, 360 days prison term, all to be served concurrently for a total of eight years with credit time served.

PROBATE COURT

Marriage Licenses

LaKeshia Ann Cobb, 33, 876 E. McCreight Ave., STNA, and Joshua Lee Woods, 32, 2205 Huron Ave., tree service worker.

Neal Edward Kresheck, 79, 410 Leander Dr., retired, and Cynthia Lynn Torsell, 71, 947 Torrence Dr., retired.

Carrie Marie Loughrige, 28, New Carlisle, stay-at-home mother, and Steven Michael Davidson, 64, New Carlisle, sales.

AUDITOR’S OFFICE

Property Transfers

Gregory Charles Smith to David George Smith, 88 High St., Clifton; no fee.

Marilyn J. Snyder to Marilyn J. and Garry Snyder, 6360 Fletcher Chapel Road, South Charleston; no fee.

L. Diane Hollingsworth to 6642 Southern Vista LLC, 6642 Southern Vista Dr., Enon; no fee.

Peter A. and Patricia M. Erhardt to Patricia M. B. Erhardt, Trustee, 9000 and 0 Vernon Catawba Road, Catawba; no fee.

Carl V. and Judy Bostick to Judy Bostick, 1555 Buck Creek Lane, Springfield; no fee.

Marilyn J. Snyder to Garry Snyder, 330 Larchmont Road, Springfield; no fee.

John Hendericks to Jerry M. Rose, 1815 Delaware Ave., two parcels, Springfield; $5,500.

Benjamin M. Robinson to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 610 E. Rose St., Springfield; no fee.

Kellie M. Miller to Vernon and Sunna Bass, 202 Sturgeon St., Springfield; $45,000.

Paul L. Dunn to Dustin and Kathy Owens, 127 Corlington Dr., Springfield; $30,300.

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Clark County to RESTAN Inc., 35 E. Madison Ave., Springfield; $135,000.

Springfield Physical Therapy to Houseman Enterprises LLC, 2221 Grube St., Springfield; $180,000.



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