Sept. 10
Paul D. Weachter vs. Bertha Brown
PA - Clinton Barkdoll; J - Christopher Wilkes
* Weachter claimed Brown had defaulted on the terms of a promissory note, and a foreign judgment for the plaintiff in the amount of $150,000 was entered in Franklin County, Pa.
Case number: 07-C-901

Sept. 12
Wilette Freeman and Naomi Hancock vs. Thomas Gerald Hare Jr., Michelle McKee, Pizza Hut of Martinsburg Inc., Pizza Hut Inc., and Pizza Hut of Martinsburg #2 Inc.
PA - Brenda Waugh; J - Gray Silver
* The plaintiffs claim Freeman was struck by Hare on Sept. 15, 2005, when he was driving on duty as a Pizza Hut employee. They say that because of the defendants' negligence, Freeman suffered serious and permanent injuries. Freeman and her mother, Hancock, are seeking an amount of relief to be determined at trial.
Case number: 07-C-909

Sept. 13
City Hospital Inc. vs. Tesha Printz
PA - Christopher Moore; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The hospital claims Printz owes at least $23,486.11 plus interest for a total of $25,158.03 for medical services and supplies provided in 2005, 2006 and 2007.
Case number: 07-C-916

City Hospital Inc. vs. Alexa Gaye Gunneau
PA - Christopher Moore; J - Christopher Wilkes
* The hospital claims Gunneau owes at least $57,487.13 plus interest for a total of $62,433.64 for medical services and supplies provided to her in 2006.
Case number: 07-C-931

Sept. 17
Summer Hill Property Owners Association Inc., Stephen W. Brown, Hugh McNulty, Margaret McNulty, John E. Rohan, Adler J. Muller, Fred Marshall Price and Treena F. Moran vs. Hunter Wilson; West Virginia MFGH Corp.; Clagget Management Inc.; Morningside Estates LLC; Hunter Company of West Virginia; Shenandoah Communications Co., d/b/a Shentel; American Homes by United Builders LLC; and Waterside Reserve Home Property Owner's Association Inc.
PA - Michael Scales; J - David Sanders
* The plaintiffs, as homeowners in Summer Hill Subdivision, claim the defendants misled them and said that a community center would be constructed and that all lot owners would pay homeowners association dues. They claim they have been damaged in the amount of $60,000, and they are seeking that amount plus other relief.
Case number: 07-C-959

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