18-CV-0509 – J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Corp., c/o Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC, v. Richard W. Grody, New Carlisle, et al., complaint in foreclosure in rem for property located at 963 Narcissus Dr., New Carlisle.
18-CV-0511 – Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., v. Bernadette L. Kidd, 524 N. Burnett Road, et al., complaint in foreclosure for $69,592.
18-CV-0512 – State of Ohio Department of Transportation v. Seth Fry, South Vienna, complaint for $25,014 for damages to guardrail on July 9, 2016.
18-DP-0866 – Keli Henley, 3001 Columbus Road, v. Zachary Lee Davis, 622 Lyle Ave., petition for civil stalking protection order.
18-DP-0869 – Bridgette Ehling, 2504 Leland Road, v. Rodney Callicoat, 8931 E. National Road, petition for civil stalking protection order.
18-DS-0871 – Kelly Barr, New Carlisle, and Clinton Barr, Dayton, petition for dissolution of marriage.
State of Ohio v. Thor Nazareth Arnold, convicted of two counts trafficking in cocaine, four years community control, six months house arrest.
State of Ohio v. Martin Deel, community control terminated due to violation, six months prison for offense of possession of cocaine, credit for jail time served.
State of Ohio v. Chandler Woodland, convicted of improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, 18 months prison; convicted of tampering with evidence, 30 months prison; sentences to run concurrently with one another for a total sentence of 30 months prison, credit for jail time served.
State of Ohio v. Bryan Anthony Campbell Sr., community control revoked due to violation, 17 months prison for the offense of possession of cocaine, 11 months prison for the offense of unlawful possession of a dangerous ordnance, credit for jail time served, sentences to be served concurrently with each other and consecutively to another sentence.
State of Ohio v. Raymond Anthony Hurn, convicted of receiving stolen property, 10 months prison with credit for jail time served.
Brooke Richelle Lewis, 22, 1615 Charles St., stay-at-home mom, and Jesse James Lemaster, 24, 1615 Charles St., tree service.
Stephanie LeeAnn Samuels, 27, 516 W. Clark St., sales representative, and LaMarr Lee Harris, 32, Dayton, service technician.
James Harvey Griffitts Jr., 63, South Vienna, retired, and Carol Lynne Riggle, 61, South Vienna, senior specialist.
Emma Evangeline Nesselroade, 22, 738 Linmuth Dr., W., art teacher, and Thomas Madden Miller, 23, Irwin, freelance video.
Billy Joe and Rhonda Jo Williams to Sophie B. Cotter and Brian D. Watson, 126 Cottage Pl., Springfield; $62,000.
Pence Family Limited Partnership to Gary L. Pence, 301 and 0 Ohio St., New Carlisle and 3507 and 3559 S. Tecumseh Road, Springfield; no fee.
Benjamin F. and Judy A. Hatfield to Judy A. Hatfield, 8568 Battin-Howell Road, South Charleston; no fee.
Ovid Eugene Clark Jr. and Lois Jean Clark to Lois Jean Clark, 7251 S. Charleston-Clifton Road, South Charleston; no fee.
Keith D. Young to Keith Young Rentals LLC, 1343 and 0 Klobdenz Ave., and 0 Perry St., two parcels, Springfield; no fee.
DAYTON — A Springfield man was sentenced to more than four years in prison for illegally having a gun, according to a press release from the Department of Justice Southern District of Ohio.
Thurston Lewis Goodjohn, 34, was sentenced in a U.S. District Court to 52 months in prison for one count of felon in possession of a firearm.
Goodjohn, who is a convicted felon, was driving in Clark County in April 2017 when he was stopped by North Hampton police, according to the release.
A police officer reportedly saw a .40 caliber handgun in the car, as well as a magazine with 15 rounds of ammunition.
Goodjohn admitted that the gun belonged to him and knew that he was not allowed to have a gun due to prior felony convictions, according to the release.
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