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COMMON PLEAS COURT
of SUMMIT COUNTY, OHIO

Juvenile Division - Citation by Publication - From June 21, 2024

CITATION BY PUBLICATION

Revised Code, Sec. 2151..28-.29

Case No(s). DN24 05 298/299/300.

Court of Common Pleas, County of Summit, State of Ohio, Juvenile Division

To: John Doe, address unknown.

Whereas, a complaint, duly verified according to law, has been filed in this Court, by Summit County Children Services located at 264 S. Arlington Street, Akron, OH 44306 states that certain child(ren) to wit: Caleb Bell, DOB: 10/17/13, Kennedy Bell, DOB: 4/24/17 and McKayla Bell, DOB: 12/08/14

The complaint alleges Dependency/Neglect/Abuse of the child(ren), Caleb Bell, DOB: 10/17/13, Kennedy Bell, DOB: 4/24/17 and McKayla Bell, DOB: 12/08/14 and requests Temporary Custody to SCCS. If the child(ren) is/are adjudicated abused, neglected or dependent and the Complaint seeks an order for temporary custody, an order of temporary custody will cause the removal of the child(ren) from the legal custody of the parents, guardian or other custodian until the court terminates the order of temporary custody or permanently divests the parents of their parental rights. A case plan may be prepared for the child(ren) with requirements to address Abuse/Neglect/Dependency concerns, and possible consequences of failure to comply with the journalized case plan could be removal of the child from the legal custody of the parents, guardian or other custodian until the court terminates the order of temporary custody or permanently divests the parents of their parental rights. Mother of said child(ren) is Melanie Wright. Said motion will be set for a hearing on July 11, 2024 at 1:00 p.m. before Magistrate Fish at 650 Dan Street, Akron, Ohio 44310. John Doe is ordered to appear before said Court on said date and show cause why this motion should not be granted.

You are hereby notified that:

1. You are entitled to an attorney in all proceedings in Juvenile Court. The Court will appoint an attorney to provide legal representation if you are indigent and meet certain requirements. For appointment of counsel contact the judicial secretary, in person between 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. MONDAY-FRIDAY, and if you have any questions call the Juvenile Court at (330) 643-2900.

2. If the Court grants the Motion for Permanent Custody all parental duties, obligations, privileges and rights, including the right to consent to adoption of the child(ren) will be permanently terminated.

LINDA TUCCI TEODOSIO, Judge

Approved: Marcie Ford, SCCS Paralegal

By: Tandaleyo Hall, Summit County Juvenile Court Deputy Clerk

Jun 21, 2024

24-00828

 

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