Maxine Speece Fisher and Argyle D. Fisher II vs. Lance Morrison, individually, and in his capacity as chief of police, Bernard Cox, individually, and in his capacity as captain, the Ravenswood Police Department and the city of Ravenswood
PA– David R. Karr, Jr.; J– Evans
* The plaintiffs are suing the defendants for civil rights violations after Morrison and Fox on Oct. 26, 2011, arrested Maxine at her home when she told them to get their “pig faces” off her porch following a discussion they had regarding her family connection to a former police chief. Charges of disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer filed against Maxine in Jackson Magistrate Court were later dismissed. Argyle makes claim for loss of consortium. They seek unspecified damages, court costs and attorneys fees.
Case number: 13-C-18
Harry “DeWayne” Cox and John L. Wilson vs. Charlie L. and Amanda S. Moore
PA– Drew Patton; J– Evans
* The plaintiffs are suing the defendants for breach of contract after the Moores in October allegedly defaulted on monthly payments they were making toward the purchase of property Cox and Wilson own on New Stone Ridge Road in Ripley. Along with judgment for the outstanding balance of $3,600, regularly monthly payments until judgment is rendered, court costs and attorneys fees, Cox and Wilson seek a court order granting them immediate possession of the property.
Case number: 13-C-19
Stacy Dawn and James Richard Ballengee, Jr. vs. J.A.B and Stacy Dawn and James Richard Ballengee
PA- Michael I. Spiker; J- Evans
* The petitioners are seeking a court order removing their son’s name from the property they own that was conveyed to them by Stacy’s parents so as to qualify for an $80,000 home equity loan to pay for J.A.B’s medical care.
Case number: 13-C-20