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In re L.D.

Court of Appeals of Ohio, Fifth District

June 26, 2013

IN THE MATTER OF: L.D., J.D., B.D.

Appeal from the Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division, Case Nos. 2009-AB-0094, 2009-AB-0095, 2009- AB-0096

For Appellant AARON R. CONRAD.

For Appellee JULIE S. BLAISDEL Guardian ad Litem KRISTI McANAUL.

For Roberta Prevette ADRIENNE LARIMER.

For L.D. JERROLD SCHWARTZ.

For J.D. JASON DONNELL.

For B.D. JAMES DYE.

For Charles Mack CHRISTINA MCGILL.

For Michael Butterbaugh DAVID TAWNEY.

JUDGES: Hon. W. Scott Gwin, P.J. Hon. Sheila G. Farmer, J. Hon. Patricia A. Delaney, J.

OPINION

Farmer, J.

{¶1} On September 22, 2009, L.D., born December 23, 2003, J.D., born March 14, 2005, and B.D., born March 6, 2008, were found to be dependent children and placed in the temporary custody of appellee, Fairfield County Child Protective Services. Mother of the children is Roberta Prevette; father of L.D. is Michael Butterbaugh and father of J.D. and B.D. is Charles Mack. Appellant, Lucas Davis, believed he was the father of the three children, but genetic testing confirmed he was not.

{¶2} On February 28, 2012, appellant filed motions to intervene in the three separate actions. By entries filed March 2, 2012, the trial court denied the motions.

{ΒΆ3} On March 10, 2011, appellee filed motions for permanent custody of the children. Hearings were held on August 21, and November 20, 2012. By entries filed January 8, 2013, the trial court granted permanent custody of the children to appellee. ...


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