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Juvenile Division - Citation by Publication - From February 19, 2019


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

Case No. DN17 11 906.

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

To: Fred Riley, Alleged Father, address unknown.

Whereas, as complaint, duly verified according to law, has been filed in this Court states a certain child to wit: Cody Burke born August 16, 2001, alleging that said child is Dependent and containing a request for Permanent Custody. Mother of said child is Tracy Berkenstock. Said complaint will be set for a hearing on March 27, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., before Judge Linda Tucci Teodosio located at 650 Dan Street, Akron, Ohio 44310. Fred Riley, Alleged Father is ordered to appear before said Court on said date and show cause why the complaint's prayer 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 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. MONDAY - FRIDAY.

2. If the Court makes an adjudication of dependency, neglect or abuse (finds that the allegations contained in the complaint are true), this may result in an order of permanent custody, which permanently takes from the parent all parental rights, duties, privileges, and obligations, including the right to consent to an adoption of the child.


Approved: Serinna Law, SCCS Paralegal

By: Stacey Mathieu, Deputy Clerk, Summit County Juvenile Court

Feb 19, 2019



To: John Doe

Last Known Address: Unknown

You are hereby notified that a Complaint or Motion containing a request for Legal Custody has been filed in the Summit County Juvenile Court regarding the minor child, Myah Freeman, date of birth October 31, 2009, in case number: LC18 11 0265.

A hearing on this Complaint or Motion is scheduled for: 13th day of March 2019 at 9:00 a.m. before the Honorable Magistrate Rankins of the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division, located at 650 Dan Street, Akron, Ohio 44310.

You are hereby order appear before said Court on the date at the time listed to show cause why this request for Legal Custody should not be granted by the Court.

An order granting Legal Custody will cause the removal of the child from the legal custody of the parents, guardian or custodian and vest in the person granted Legal Custody of the child the physical care and control of the child, including the right to decide where and with whom the child shall live, and the duty to protect, train, discipline and provide the child with food, shelter, education, and medical care subject to any residual rights, privileges and responsibilities of the child's parents.

An order granting Legal Custody is intended to be permanent in nature and may not be modified or terminated unless the Court finds that there is a change in the circumstances of the child or legal custodian and that the modification or termination is in the best interests of the child.

Mary Lorenzo, Deputy Clerk

Feb 19, 2019