MORGANTOWN - A Monongalia County couple and their daughter have filed a suit against the former owners of a mobile home in which the daughter is currently living.
David and Tamara Wolfe and Tamara Lynch filed a suit May 8 in Monongalia Circuit Court, against Nicole Rogers, Clifton Rogers and James Tennant.
The Wolfes and Lynch claim the defendants are trying to keep them from moving a mobile home off Tennant's property. Nicole Rogers and Clifton Rogers, who were married, but are now separated, shared the mobile home until February 2006.
Tamara Lynch moved into the home in April 2006, and her mother, Tamara Wolfe purchased it, and refinanced the mortgage.
According to the suit, Lynch was informed in March 2007 that Tennant wanted the home removed by June 24, 2007. The suit says Lynch and the Wolfes do not object to moving the home, however, it has been made difficult by the defendants.
According to the lawsuit, Tennant, Nicole Rogers and Clifton Rogers have done several things to try and keep the mobile home from being moved.
That includes placing railroad ties on the road to the mobile home with "No Trespassing" signs, and calling the police when Lynch or the Wolfes drove past the signs; calling tow trucks to remove the vehicles if they passed the signs; "seeding" the road with grass seed to make the road part of Tennant's yard, and watering it, which creates a mud hazard, and several other things, the suit says.
Tamara Lynch and David and Tamara Wolfe, through attorney Michael Solomon, seek an order from the court that requires the defendants to stop interfering with the removal of their mobile home, plus damages for emotional distress, mental anguish and loss of use of their home.
Monongalia Circuit Court case number 07-C-304