This Just In: Jefferson County

By The West Virginia Record | May 4, 2007

April 23

April 23
Heritage Site Development Inc. v. RCMS dba Legacy Custom Homes and Tackley Mill LLC
PA-Christopher Luttrell; J-Gina Groh
* Heritage claims breach of contract with RCMS for excavation work on two parcels of land in Jefferson County property. Tackley Mill is owner of the land. Total services was $88,451.34 and RCMS has not paid to date. Heritage is seeking the monies as well as pre-judgment and post-judgment interest.
Case number: 07-C-134

April 24
Wanda S. Herren, Sheryl Y. Heider, Theda Y. Hudgins, Charles G. Metcalf, June M. Metcalf, Karen Metcalf, Madge Metcalf, Michael Metcalf, Rodney Metcalf, Ronald L. Metcalf, Sandra Miller, estate of Geneva Stephens, Harry Michael Stephens and Roy Young as beneficiaries of the estate of Jessie M. Metcalf, deceased, and Bank of Charles Town, as administrator, d.b.n, c.t.a., of the estate of Velma Metcalf and the estate of Jessie Metcalf. v. Joyce G. Webb and estate of Ballard Webb Jr.
PA- John C. Skinner and Christopher K. Robertson; J-Gina Groh
* The plaintiffs allege Webb did not properly administer the estate of Velma Metcalf and estate of Jessie M. Metcalf, costing the beneficiaries nearly $400,000 for not filing tax returns, penalties for filing tax returns late and legal fees. They are seeking that the estate of Ballard Webb Jr. reimburse the estate of Jessie Metcalf for $133,000. They are also seeking from Joyce Webb $67,000 plus sums paid the IRS, all other sums not accounted for by Joyce Webb and all sums Ballard Webb Jr. directly or indirectly. They are also seeking any other relief the court deems just and proper.
Case number: 07-C-135

April 25
Branch Banking and Trust Company v. Kevin Oaks
PA-Jeffery Gould; J-Gina Groh
* Branch Banking seeks $44,431.73 for a debt Oaks incurred on Dec. 18, 2006.
Case number: 07-C-137

April 26
Jacquita Puller v. Valley Credit Service Inc., CT Gym LLC dba Gold's Gym Charles Town, William Bowen, individually, and John Doe (s), individually
* Puller claims that Valley Credit, acting for Gold's Gym, violated the West Virginia Consumer Credit Protection Act. Puller claims her ex-husband, Derrick Plater, signed up for a Gold's Gym membership with her as a member as she is the guarantor. She never signed any paperwork, however, when Plater defaulted on contract she was contacted. Puller claims Gold's Gym and Valley Credit coerced her to pay an invalid debt. She claims the problem has ruined her credit. Puller is seeking an award for injunctive relief, actual damage, attorney fees and costs and statutory damages.
Case number: 07-C-138

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