THIS JUST IN: Putnam County

by Chris Dickerson |
Oct. 31, 2008, 2:20am

Oct. 23
Jerry W. Herdman vs. Matthew Gibson
PA-pro se; J-Eagloski
* Herdman of Buzz Food Services says Gibson owes $5,067.23 for food sold to his for his businesses in Frazier's Bottom and in Coal Grove, Ohio. He seeks that amount plus court costs.
Case number: 08-C-348

Oct. 24
Michael R. Wills dba Ace Entertainment vs. Jason Keith Barnhouse, Boars Nest Saloon LLC and Revelation Choppers LLC
PA-pro se; J-Eagloski
* Wills says Barnhouse has refused to pay his share of company losses for the months of August and September in Ace Entertainment. He says Barnhouse owes $16,922.15. Wills says he has incurred extra bank fees. He says Barnhouse agreed to sponsor The Fund in the Sun Music Festival on Sept. 7 at the Old Number 8 bar in Charleston by selling beer at th event and donating 25 percent of the earnings for expenses. Wills also said he paid $3,000 for advertising and $1,800 for a live radio remote. He estimates losses at $25,000 plus the cost of advertising. Wills also says Barnhouse didn't provide a custom chopper for a giveaway. Wills estimates $12,500 in ticket sales and an extra $15,000 in concession sales was lost. He seeks $16,922.15, plus $1,000 for expenses incurred because of a breach of contract. He also seeks $4,800 for advertising expenses and $12,500 in punitive damages to be paid to Operation Homefront.
Case number: 08-C-350

Oct. 27
David A. Lomax vs. Hurricane Chevrolet Inc.
PA-Timothy J. LaFon; J-Eagloski
* Lomax bought a 2005 Ford F-150 truck from the dealer in July 2007. The dealer told Lomax the truck never had been in an accident, and he bought it for $25,586.51. He later learned the vehicle had been invovled in several accidents. The defendant refused the recission of the contract and the return of the truck. Claiming fraud and breach, Lomax seeks recission of the contract as well as punitive damages and other relief.
Case number 08-C-351

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