CIVIL FILINGS: Putnam County

By Chris Dickerson | Apr 2, 2010

March 24
Jane E. Huey, as administratrix of the estate of Bruce Thacker vs. Dorenda L. Chandler
PA-Timothy J. LaFon; J-Stowers
* Huey says Chandler is in possession of some assets owned by Thacker. Those items are bedroom furniture, washer, dryer, four-wheeler and trailer, various guns, $10,000 in cash, wallets and various keys. Huey claims wrongful occupying and possession and says Chandler has converted these assets to her own possession. She seeks to have the items returned to her or to have damages paid if the property is damaged or destroyed.
Case number: 10-C-116

Jane E. Huey, as administratrix of the estate of Bruce Thacker vs. John Elswick
PA-Timothy J. LaFon; J-Stowers
* Huey says Thacker paid $20,000 to Elswick before his death on April 18, 2009, for a John Deere dozier. She says it never was delivered and that Elswick refuses to refund the money. She seeks the $20,000 plus pre- and post-judgment interest and other relief.
Case number: 10-C-117

March 25
Scarlet Oaks Inc. vs. Tom Grant Inc., Tom Grant, David Frazier and Barbara P. Grant
PA-Roselee Juba-Plumley; J-Spaulding
* Scarlet Oaks says the defendants have breached the terms of their lease for operating Wellington's, a restaurant, at Scarlet Oaks, a golf course. Scarlet Oaks says the defendants are retiring from the business and have removed certain items from the site. Scarlet Oaks also claims the defendants have not provided accurate accounting of sales from the restaurant and its catering business, have solicited future catering and restaurant work from customers, have undermined clientele relationships and contracts, and is taking items from plaintiff to continue catering and restaurant work. Scarlet Oaks seeks an ex-parte order for injunction to prevent removal of personal property or an injunction, an order for an audit of sales for the last five years, an order granting joint and several damages for breach of contract and tortuous interference with contracts, an order granting punitive damages, an order for attorney fees and other relief.
Case number: 10-C-118

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