CIVIL FILINGS: Putnam County

Feb. 15
David J. Triplett vs. Nationstar Mortgage LLC
PA-John W. Barrett and Jonathan R. Marshall; J-Spaulding
* The plaintiff says the defendant engaged in abusive actions by charging multiple late-fee payments, refusing to credit borrowers' loan payments against amount due and charging other fees. Plaintiff seeks an injunction to stop such actions, an injunction to stop possible foreclosure, a civil penalty, actual and compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorney fees, pre- and post-judgment interest and other relief.
Case number: 11-C-46

Feb. 17
Nicholas Hanshaw vs. David Cossin and Sherry Cossin
PA-Shawn R. Romano and Kathy A. Brown; J-Stowers
* The plaintiff sues the defendants, the parents of Jesse James Cossin, who broke into Hanshaw's home in Red House on Feb. 19, 2009, and shot Hanshaw in the left thigh. He also killed Angela Dawn Casto. He says the defendants had been at the home before to see if there had been any trouble from their son. He seeks compensatory damages, punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, court costs and other relief.
Case number: 11-C-48

Mary Spencer Carney, as administratrix of the estate of Angela Dawn Casto, deceased vs. David Cossin and Sherry Cossin
PA-Shawn R. Romano and Kathy A. Brown; J-Stowers
* Carney is the mother of Casto, who was killed Feb. 19, 2009, by Jesse James Cossin, the son of the defendants. Jesse James Cossin also injured Nicholas Hanshaw in the attack at the home Casto and Hanshaw shared in Red House. The defendants had been at the home before to see if there had been any trouble from their son. Carney seeks compensatory damages, punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interest, court costs and other relief.
Case number: 11-C-49

Feb. 18
Jerry Potter and Paula Potter vs. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Mike Hughes and George Snider
PA-James R. Fox; J-Spaulding
* Jerry Potter worked for Met Life starting in 2004. He says Hughes created bogus employment infractions as a basis for terminating him. He was fired less than three months before his five-year anniversary with the company and when he was 56 years old. He says prior customers were not rightfully transferred to him after termination. He says the defendants also created bogus securities filings to defame him. He seeks joint and several compensatory damages for economic and noneconomic losses, punitive damages, attorney fees, court costs, pre- and post-judgment interest and other relief.
Case number: 11-C-51

Feb. 22
Appalachian Signals and Products Inc. vs. Thomas Lee Bryant
PA-James B. Atkins, Paul S. Atkins and Bree Whipp Ogle; J-Spaulding
* ASAP says Bryant resigned from the company on Jan. 5 without notice and took a position with a competitor. ASAP claims Bryant forwarded email plans and information about a pending job on a 911 Center for Jackson County and then deleted the records from ASAP computers. ASAP says he did the same for jobs for a Wayne County 911 center, a Town of Matewan 911 center, for Calgon Carbon, for Ohio Valley Mental Health, Cabin Creek Medical, 130th Airwing Division of the U.S. Department of Defense, Roane County Courthouse, Merrick Warehouse and ADI. ASAP says Bryant stored and hid owners manuals and maintenance manuals. It also says he deleted more than 17,000 vital work e-mails and 300 contacts. ASAP also says he didn't complete and release work at Buffalo High School, Poca Middle/Elementary School, Smithville Elementary School and Boone County Schools Range Hood that he was paid for. It says he also changed his work voicemail password and hid the information. It says he also intentionally misfiled drawings. It also accused him of civil theft. And upon Bryant's resignation, ASAP co-owner Renay Jarrell was re-hospitalized because of his actions. ASAP seeks compensatory damages.
Case number: 11-C-60

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