Morgantown bank alleges borrower, guarantors owe nearly $86,000

By Philip Gonzales | Dec 7, 2016

NEW CUMBERLAND — A Morgantown branch of a Huntington bank is suing a trucking business and two guarantors, alleging they owe nearly $86,000. 

The Huntington National Bank filed a lawsuit Nov. 18 in Hancock Circuit Court against G.E.T. Trucking Inc., Glen E. Thompson and Dreama M. Thompson, alleging failure to to comply with contractual obligations.

According to the complaint, G.E.T. Trucking issued several promissory notes whereby it borrowed and agreed to repay the principal amounts. The suit says Glen and Dreama Thompson executed guarantee agreement whereby they guaranteed the payment of the promissory notes. 

As of Oct. 24, the lawsuit states, the total amount of $85,909.96 remained due. The plaintiff alleges the defendants have failed and refused to make timely payments for all their obligations.

Huntington National Bank seeks trial by jury, judgment against the defendants, jointly and severally, for $85,909.96, pre- and post judgment interest, attorney fees and costs of court, plus all other applicable relief. It is represented by attorneys Michalel R. Proctor and Paige K. Vagnetti of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Morgantown.

Hancock Circuit Court Case number 16-c-145

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