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Daily Archives: June 22, 2012
Identity theft is a costly racket. Businesses and individuals lose more than $55 billion each year to identity thieves.
CHARLESTON – How Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office is spending part of the $33 million mortgage settlement money is drawing the ire of his campaign opponent and Republicans in general.
HUNTINGTON – A new defendant has been added in the lawsuit against Alpha Tau Omega after a member of the fraternity attempted to shoot bottle rockets out of his anus.
PARKERSBURG – A disbarred Wood County attorney received a small victory recently on the issue that resulted in the loss of his license – unpaid taxes.
June 11 Opal Fox vs. Dolgencorp, LLC and Dolgencorp, LLC d/b/a Dollar General PA- Sean W. Cook; J- Tod J. Kaufman * On June 12, 2010, Fox was shopping at Dollar General when she slipped on water in a store … Read More
June 7 Joseph K. Backus vs. the City of Parkersburg, Mayor Robert Newell and Police Chief Joseph Martin PA – Pro se; J – Waters * The plaintiff, a Parkersburg resident, is suing the defendants for constitutional violations in conducting … Read More
June 18 Mountaineer Gas Company vs. M&D Cable Company Inc. and Cequel III Communications II LLC dba Suddenlink Communications PA-Harry F. Bell Jr. and Jonathan W. Price; J-Leslie * Mountaineer says the defendant companies were excavating on Elizabeth Heights in … Read More
June 12 Susan Deweese vs. Rock Branch Community Bank and Sheila Martin PA- Hoyt Glazer, Daniel F. Hedges; J- F. Jane Hustead * On Sept. 6, 2005, Rock Branch loaned Deweese $41,541.25 for her purchase of a new 2006 Clayton … Read More
June 1 John Flora d/b/a Flora’s Concrete Contracting vs. 84 Lumber Company Milton Place Limited Partnership PA – Lisa M. Moye; J – Nibert * The plaintiff, a Winfield business, is suing the defendant, a Milton business, for breach of … Read More
May 23 Paul V. Delker vs. DDD Investments LLC and Dustin D. DeHaven PA-Dawn White; J-Christopher Wilkes * Plaintiff claims defendant owes at least $260,247.00 plus interest for past due credit agreement. Case Number: 12-C-426 May 22 Eastern Panhandle Federal … Read More
June 5 Brenda Jo Rollins vs. the city of Ripley PA – Walt Auvil; J – Nibert * The plaintiff, a Sandyville resident, is suing the defendant for violating the state Wage Payment and Collection Act for failing to pay … Read More