COMMON PLEAS COURT
18-CV-0149 - Progressive Specialty Insurance Company v. Gary P. Hughes, Yellow Springs and Virgil Harris Trucking, Inc., 825 Farnum, complaint for $16,209 for damages and injuries suffered by plaintiff’s insured in an auto accident on Oct. 24, 2016.
18-CV-0151 - Park Tree Investments 19, LLC, v. Jerry L. Penwell, 2553 Tecumseh Ave., et al., complaint in foreclosure for $22,313.
18-CV-0152 - WesBanco Bank, Inc., 28 E. Main St., v. Eric D. Creyts, 1111 Gable St., et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem.
18-DP-0175 - Rosalind Warren, 2216 Clifton Ave., v. Rodney Trent, 360 Stanton Ave., petition for domestic violence civil protection order.
18-DS-0195 - Sheila Ann Owen, 807 Farnam St., and Rex Alan Owen, 2206 Tanager, petition for dissolution of marriage.
18-DR-0199 - Charlesha E.N. Smith, 2024 Morgan St., v. Marvin D. Smith III, Middletown, complaint for divorce.
18-DS-0200 - Brittany Cooper, 1006 Oak St., and Daniel Cooper, Hamilton, petition for dissolution of marriage.
18-DR-0201 - Elizabeth A. Spellman, 520 Lawnview Ave., v. Glen L. Spellman, Tucson, Ariz., complaint for divorce.
18-DR-0202 - Allecia R. Ragland, 124 W. Clark St., v. Curtis E. Ragland, Columbus, complaint for divorce.
18-DP-0203 - Crystal Williams, 253 Glenmore Dr., v. George Toops, Mechanicsburg, petition for domestic violence civil protection order.
18-DS-0204 - Martha J. Brown, Greenville, and Gary L. Brown, Greenville, petition for dissolution of marriage.
18-DR-0205 - Whitney A. Kimmerling, 1932 Jordan Dr., Apt. B, v. Anthony B. Kimmerling, Middletown, complaint for divorce.
State of Ohio v. Terry Rose, convicted of theft, six months prison with credit for jail time served, $2,098 restitution.
State of Ohio v. Derek Holmes, convicted of burglary, three years prison with credit for jail time served, three years post-release control mandatory.
Capital One Bank (USA), NA, v. Norman J. Roberts, judgment for $16,434.
Cavalry SPV I, LLC, v. Martha J. Dooley, judgment for $20,432.
State of Ohio v. Brian Lee Spencer, convicted of involuntary manslaughter, 11 years prison mandatory, credit for jail time served, five years post-release control mandatory.
Julia L. Addison, et al., v. Virginia L. Surma, case dismissed with prejudice.
Anderson Enterprisies, Inc., v. Freedom Road Ministries, Inc., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.
JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, v. Tommy L. Teague, et al., judgment vacated, case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.
Madison Green v. Darrin Pollock Jr., et al., case dismissed with prejudice.
Specialized Loan Servicing LLC v. Chester Lee Alexander Jr., et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.
Home City Federal Savings Bank of Springfield v. Brian K. Grubb, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.
Bank of America, N.A., v. Kristopher E. Shultz aka Kristopher E. Schultz, et al., case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs.
Ditech Financial LLC v. Kathi J. Duncan, et al., decree in foreclosure in rem.
Bank of America, N.A., v. Steven F. Hurst, et al., judgment in rem.
State of Ohio v. Demetrice A. Green, convicted of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, four years prison with credit for jail time served, five years post-release control mandatory, classified as a Tier II sex offender.
U.S. Bank NA v. Addie J. Cosby, et al., judgment for $88,457.
U.S. Bank NA v. Rickie A. Mercer, et al., decree in foreclosure for $160,191.
Live Well Financial, Inc., v. John Doe(s), name(s) unknown, the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, beneficiaries of Doris Jean Spurr and their unknown spouses and creditors, the unknown executor, administrator, or personal representative of the Estate of Doris Jean Spurr, and the unknown spouse of Doris Jean Spurr et al., decree in foreclosure in rem.
State of Ohio v. Ryan Ayers, convicted of failure to verify address, two years community control, 18 days jail with credit for time served.
State of Ohio v. David Anderson, convicted of forgery, six months prison with credit for jail time served, $487 restitution.
State of Ohio v. Raymond Inman, convicted of aggravated possession of drugs, one year prison with credit for jail time served, $5,000 fine.
Jodi Robbins v. Donald Robbins, case voluntarily dismissed.
Rick L. Hursh v. Tina L. Martinez, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.
Serena Lynn Torres-Canchola v. Ricardo Torres-Canchola, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty and incompatibility.
Lynn Lewis v. Kimberly Lewis, decree of divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.
Harley Pencil and Elizabeth Pencil, dissolution of marriage.
Julie A. Albaugh and Randy G. Albaugh, dissolution of marriage.
Heather Storck v. Harley Davis, domestic violence civil protection order dismissed.
James Goff v. Linda Lake, protection order dismissed.
Rebecca A. Padgitt v. Jonathan Padgitt, domestic violence civil protection order granted.
Adam Taylor v. Mattew Taylor, domestic violence civil protection order granted.
Jeremiah William Trainer, 40, New Carlisle, laborer, and Shannon Rae Knotts, 40, New Carlisle, teacher’s aide.
James Russell Campbrill, 41, New Carlisle, GM technician, and Sarah Elizabeth Tidwell, 39, New Carlisle, registered medical assistant.
Kyle Edward Middleton, 24, 820 Olive St., electrical work, and Hannah Ranae Birt, 23, 820 Olive St.
Teresa Lynn Hagstrom, 57, 3952 Delmar Cir., finance, and Darin Lee McManamay, 52, 3952 Delmar Cir., engineer.
Daniel Dale Brooks to Daniel Dale Brooks, 5108 Fletcher Chapel Road, Springfield; $73,200.
Robert L. and Nina D. Anderson to Robert L. Anderson, 1124 Carman Ave., New Carlisle; no fee.
Tracy L. Thompson to Esteban Trejo, 1110 Bookwalter Ave., New Carlisle; $97,500.
Bernard W. and Judy C. Palmatier to Cailin M. Foriest, 610 W. Jefferson St., New Carlisle; $113,800.
Carolyn Thaxton, Trustee, to Cory D. Adkins and Brittaney A. Shuster, 3781 St. Paris Pike, Springfield; $99,900.
Patricia J. Preston to Thomas D. and Lori Evilsizor, 3439 Turner Dr., Springfield; $88,000.
Marjorie N. Lane to Sally J. Frazier, 5665 Plattsburg Road, Springfield; $115,800.
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