THIS JUST IN: Putnam County

By Chris Dickerson | Dec 12, 2008

Dec. 4
Melissa Lyttle, individually and as administratrix of the estate of Leslie C. Lyttle, and Felicia Perdue vs. Ronald E. Pauley, individually and doing business as Iron Bike
PA-Stephen L. Gaylock; J-Spaulding
* The plaintiffs - the wife and daughter of the decedent - claim Pauley has a 1993 Harley Davidson motorcycle that he was repairing when the decedent died on Aug. 6, 2005. They say Pauley already has been paid for his work, but he hasn't made the repairs and improvements. They say they have asked for the repairs to be made or to have the motorcycle returned. They seek immediate possession of the bike or compensation for the bike, money for damages to the bike and for loss of possession and use, punitive damages, pre- and post-judgment interests, court costs, attorney fees and other relief. This previously was filed, but was filed again and assigned a new case number.
Case number: 08-C-390

Penni Davis and Keith Davis vs. Brian S. Nipps, Cynthia Nipps, Tim Fitzwater, Gold Key Realty and City National Bank
PA-Martin R. Smith; J-Spaulding
* The plaintiffs bought a home on Poca River Road in 2006. They were "adamantly told" the property has not flooded and was not subjected to water damage. In January 2007, they were informed the property had been flooded previously and that the Nipps, Fitzwater and Gold Key all were aware of the significant nature of the flooding. That breached their agreement, the plaintiffs say. They seek to have the purchase of the property rescinded, to recover damages and that the deed of trust be released. They also seek other damages.
Case number: 08-C-392

Dec. 5
James Gibson vs. Ashley Gibson
PA-pro se; J-Spaulding
* James Gibson says he loaned his sister $4,000 on Nov. 15, 2008, saying she could pay it back on Nov. 26. Also, on Nov. 20, he borrowed his $800 laptop and $300 PlayStation3. And the dog, he claims, left feces, womit and blood on his carpet. The dog later died. James Gibson seeks money for those items plus $600 in damages.
Case number: 08-C-393

WBT Enterprises LLC vs. Hot Coffee Houses LLC, Timothy Beck and Jeremy R. Barnes
PA-Wendel B. Turner; J-Spaulding
* WBT owns commercial real estate in Hurricane where Hot Coffee Houses operates Good Times Pub and Grill. Beck and Barnes co-own the business. They leased the property in January 2008, agreeing to pay $3,000 rent per month. They also agreed to maintain a West Virginia Lottery license through the one-year term of the lease. The defendants have failed to pay the rent since May 2008, leaving a total due of $12,000. WBT says the defendants also damaged the property and removed equipment in the amount of $4,650. WBT also provided $6,000 in cash to defendants to maintain a cash fund for lottery winners. It seeks those amounts, pre- and post-judgment interests, court costs and expenses and attorney fees.
Case number: 08-C-395

More News

The Record Network