CIVIL FILINGS: Wood County

by Lawrence Smith |
Oct. 1, 2010, 2:25am

Sept. 8
Williamstown Bank Inc. vs. Fenton Art and Glass Company
PA – Robert W. Full; J – not yet assigned
* The plaintiff is suing the defendant, a Williamstown business, for defaulting on a $1.45 million loan, and $225,000 line of credit given to them by the plaintiff's predecessor, Williamstown National Bank, in 2005, and 2001, respectively. They seek judgment in the outstanding amount of the loan - $1,235,930.51 – and line of credit - $225,000 – plus accumulated interest on both - $257,817.20 – as of Aug. 31, 2010, plus daily interest of $20.03, attorney fees and court costs.
Case number: 10-C-395

Sept. 15
Larry E. and Gloria K. Smith vs. Mark and Alice Turner and Jackson Home Builders, Inc.
PA – Chad Shepherd; J –Reed
* The plaintiffs are suing the defendants for trespassing on land they own in Lubek after Jackson Home Builders went onto their property in May and June 2009, and removed soil and trees for the purpose of improving an adjacent property owned by the Turners to construct a home for them. They seek unspecified damages, interest, court costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-405

Sept. 16
Louis T. Ollesheimer and Son of Ohio, Inc. vs. the Singer Sheet Metal Company and John L. Doan
PA – Ryan S. Marstellar; J – Waters
* The plaintiff is suing the defendants, a Parkesburg business, and Ohio resident, for failing to pay for goods and services bought on credit, and delivered between April and November 2008. They seek judgment in the amount of $48,289.20 - the goods and services sold totaling $34,196.66, and $14,092.54 in finance charges - plus court costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-406

Sept. 17
Christopher Longfellow and Robert Barker vs. Seventy-Seven Sunset Strip and Jayland Talbot
PA – Harold L. Albertson; J – Reed and Beane
* The plaintiffs, in separate lawsuits, are suing the defendants, a Mineral Wells business, and Parkersburg resident, for injuries they sustained on Sept. 20, 2009, when they were struck by Talbot, a Seventy-Seven Sunset Strip employee. They each seek $600,000 in compensatory and punitive damages plus court costs and attorney fees.
Case number: 10-C-407 and 10-C-408

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