News of Record — 1/30/12

Published 9:39am Monday, January 30, 2012

Lawsuits filed

— Wanda Irene Clay vs. South Point Local Schools, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in fall.

— Mid State vs. John J. Scott, et al, foreclosure.

— Angalia Wilks vs. Jamie B. Mills, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

— Capital One Bank vs. Brenda Anness, $2,502.46 plus costs and other relief.

— Capital One Bank vs. Susan L. Moreland, $2,991.26 plus costs and other relief.

— U.S. Bank vs. Glen Freeman, et al, foreclosure.

— First State Bank vs. Daniel M. Wheeler, foreclosure.

— Vanderbilt Mortgage vs. William E. Jones, foreclosure.

— Lake Forest Assn. vs. Michael; D. Black, plaintiff seeks transfer of ownership of real estate plus costs and other relief.

— Lake Forest Assn. vs. Frances Crowplaintiff seeks transfer of ownership of real estate plus costs and other relief.

— Lake Forest Assn. vs. Thomas R. Toler, plaintiff seeks transfer of ownership of real estate plus costs and other relief.

— Lake Forest Assn. vs. Russell Huff and Angela Burns, plaintiff seeks transfer of ownership of real estate plus costs and other relief.

— Lake Forest Assn. vs. Susan K. Lester, plaintiff seeks transfer of ownership of real estate plus costs and other relief.

— Lake Forest Assn. vs. Mary Jones and James Jones, plaintiff seeks transfer of ownership of real estate plus costs and other relief.

— Jonathan Jenkins, Glenn and Cheri Jenkins, vs. Bradley Sturgill, Yvonne Sturgill, Garth Sturgill and the Rock Hill Local School District, plaintiff seeks jointly and severally an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in an assault on school property.

 

Dissolutions

— Amy L. Sesher and Mark A. Sesher

 

Divorces

— James A. Laprad vs. Wateka J. Laprad.

— Allsion Benson vs. John Benson.

 

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