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Juvenile Court Notices From June 12, 2024

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NOTICE TO APPEAR

AND DEFEND

THE STATE OF OHIO,

MAHONING COUNTY, SS:

IN THE COURT OF COMMON

PLEAS, JUVENILE DIVISION,

MAHONING COUNTY, OHIO.

Case No. 2023 JG 516/517 JUV

JACQUELINE CROTEAU

Plaintiff

vs

JENNETTE CROTEAU

Defendant

DENNIS LYNCH, putative father, whose last known address was 211 Liberty St, E, Mineral Ridge, OH 444401, will hereby take notice that a motion/complaint has been filed in the Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division, Mahoning County, Ohio, alleging that said juvenile is dependent and containing a prayer or request for Ex Parte Motion for Custody, Motion for Custody and UCCJEA Parenting Affidavit TO Jacqueline Croteau. That said motion/complaint will be held for hearing before said Court at 300 E. Scott Street, Youngstown, Ohio, on the 11th day of January 2024, at 10:30 a.m. The putative father is ordered to appear before said Court on said date and show cause why the complainant’s prayer should not be granted. You may lose valuable rights or be subject to Court sanction if you fail to appear.

You are hereby notified that: In the City of Youngstown, County of Mahoning and State of Ohio to wit: 1. Mother JENNETTE CROTEAU, is the legal custodian of the minor children, MASON LYNCH, DOB: 9/10/2017 and JACKSON LYNCH, DOB: 12/26/2015, by operation of law; 2. that DENNIS M. LYNCH, is the putative father of said minor children; 3. That in August 2022, Mother left said minor children in the care of her mother, CHRISTINE JOHNSON, maternal grandmother of said minor children; 4. That Mother, JENNETTE CROTEAU, is unable to provide adequate housing or meet the basic needs of said minor children; 5. That Plaintiff, JACQUELINE CROTEAU, maternal aunt, is able and willing to care for and meet the basic needs of said minor children; 6. That it is in the best interest of said minor children for Plaintiff to be awarded custody of them.

Any party is entitled to an attorney in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. If a party cannot afford an attorney and meets certain requirements, the Court will appoint one upon request.

THERESA DELLICK,

Judge.

Dec 6, 13, 20, 27, 2023; Jan 3, 10, 2024

23-00868

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NOTICE TO APPEAR

AND DEFEND

THE STATE OF OHIO,

MAHONING COUNTY, SS:

IN THE COURT OF COMMON

PLEAS, JUVENILE DIVISION,

MAHONING COUNTY, OHIO.

Case No. 2023 JG 516/517 JUV

JACQUELINE CROTEAU

Plaintiff

vs

JENNETTE CROTEAU

Defendant

JENNETTE CROTEAU, mother, whose last known address was 1208 S. Main Street, Mineral Ridge, OH 44440, will hereby take notice that a motion/complaint has been filed in the Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division, Mahoning County, Ohio, alleging that said juvenile is dependent and containing a prayer or request for Ex Parte Motion for Custody, Motion for Custody and UCCJEA Parenting Affidavit TO Jaqueline Croteau. That said motion/complaint will be held for hearing before said Court at 300 E. Scott Street, Youngstown, Ohio, on the 11th day of January 2024, at 10:30 A.M. The mother is ordered to appear before said Court on said date and show cause why the complainant’s prayer should not be granted. You may lose valuable rights or be subject to Court sanction if you fail to appear.

You are hereby notified that: In the City of Youngstown, County of Mahoning and State of Ohio to wit: 1. Mother JENNETTE CROTEAU, is the legal custodian of the minor children, MASON LYNCH, DOB: 9/10/2017 and JACKSON LYNCH, DOB: 12/26/2015, by operation of law; 2. that DENNIS M. LYNCH, is the putative father of said minor children; 3. That in August 2022, Mother left said minor children in the care of her mother, CHRISTINE JOHNSON, maternal grandmother of said minor children; 4. That Mother, JENNETTE CROTEAU, is unable to provide adequate housing or meet the basic needs of said minor children; 5. That Plaintiff, JACQUELINE CROTEAU, maternal aunt, is able and willing to care for and meet the basic needs of said minor children; 6. That it is in the best interest of said minor children for Plaintiff to be awarded custody of them.

Any party is entitled to an attorney in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. If a party cannot afford an attorney and meets certain requirements, the Court will appoint one upon request.

THERESA DELLICK,

Judge.

Dec 6, 13, 20, 27, 2023; Jan 3, 10, 2024

23-00869

 

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