from the Stark County Court of Common Pleas, Case No.
Plaintiff-Appellant: DUANE JOHNSON, PRO SE
Defendants-Appellees: CHRISTOPHER A. TIPPING STARK &
KNOLL CO., L.P.A.
John W. Wise, P.J. Hon. Patricia A. Delaney, J. Hon. Craig R.
Plaintiff-appellant Duane Johnson appeals from the "Sua
Sponte Dismissal of Plaintiff's Complaint" dated
September 29, 2017 of the Stark County Court of Common Pleas.
Defendant-appellee Nancy L. Baker is named in the complaint
as one of a number of "wrongdoers."
AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY
On September 22, 2017, appellant presented for filing a
document entitled "Claim, " styled in the
"Johnson Court" at the "Stark County Court
House." The claim is labeled trespass and includes a
demand for three million dollars. The "nature of
claim" states, "Your Manger (sic) knew
this man was anti-social and dangerous. I did not deserve
this type of incident, an assault from patronizing your
establishment, and I spent about a year in recovering from my
On September 29, 2017, the trial court issued a sua sponte
dismissal of the "claim" via judgment entry with
prejudice and finding "that the subject filing is not
Appellant now appeals from the trial court's judgment
entry of September 29, 2017.
Appellant has not raised any assignments of error per se. In
his filing of December 28, 2017 entitled "Brief, "
appellant argues he claims harm by the wrongdoers in this
case and filed the action outside Summit County "to
avoid any appearance of impropriety as the wrong doers harmed
i by their actions or in-actions while acting as public
servant in Summit County (sic throughout)."
This case comes to us on the accelerated calendar. App.R.
11.1 governs accelerated-calendar cases and states in
(E) Determination and judgment on appeal.
The appeal will be determined as provided by App.R. 11.1. It
shall be sufficient compliance with App.R. 12(A) for the
statement of the reason for the court's decision as to