Lawsuits — 3/28/14

Published 11:39am Friday, March 28, 2014

Lawsuits filed

— First Sentry Bank vs. Raymond Todd Sites et al, foreclosure, $221,045 plus interest.

— U.S. Bank Trust vs. Chad E. Renfroe, foreclosure, $162,061 plus interest.

— Cynthia Burch vs. Charles Burch, child support.

— Brinda Fields vs. Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, motion to file as indigent.

— Chester Collins vs. James Ramey Sr., stalking.

— Credigy Receivables Inc. vs. Bruce Thomas, foreclosure, $5,971 plus interest.

— State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co. vs. Erica J. Gibson, $7,063 plus interest.

— Springleaf Financial Services of Ohio Inc. vs. Marvin E. Cecil Jr. et al, foreclosure, $54,911 plus interest.

— Pacific Union Financial vs. Tammy Hayes et al, foreclosure, $152,618 plus interest.

— Sherri Y. Holbrook vs. Shirley Burlile, domestic violence.

— Melissa Turvey vs. Jennifer Sparks et al, auto accident and personal injury in excess of $25,000.

— Daphne Vickers vs. Michael Vickers, domestic violence.

— Wesbanco Bank Inc. vs. Darren L. Schug, administrator of the estate of Roy Allen Miller, decease, et al, foreclosure, $38,185 plus interest.

— Cabell Huntington Hospital vs. Michael L. McKee, debt, $19,466.

— Anthony David Stapleton vs. Alexandra Bazzell, stalking.

— Frank and Kathy Meehling vs. Natalie Cerullo et al, auto accident, personal injury in excess of $25,000.


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