Arizona company alleges archery business owes nearly $16,000

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Oct 17, 2018

PINEVILLE — An Arizona company is suing an archery business, alleging breach of contract.

Precision Shooting Equipment Inc. of Tucson, Arizona, filed a complaint in Wyoming Circuit Court against Wicked Arrow Archery LLC, Amy Perdue, Adam Perdue and James M. Justice, alleging they owe nearly $16,000. 

According to the complaint, Precision Shooting Equipment has suffered monetary damages of $15,993.01 as a result of the wrongful conduct of the defendants in failing to pay the plaintiff for goods rendered, plus an interest rate of 4.5 percent. 

The plaintiff alleges the defendants failed to fulfill its obligations under the agreement, and received and retained benefit without paying dues at the expense and detriment of the plaintiff.

Precision Shooting Equipment seeks trial by jury, judgment of $15,993.01, interest, costs of action and all other just relief. It is represented by attorney Jarred P. Roth of Burton Neil & Association PC in Mineral Wells, and in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Wyoming Circuit Court case number 18-C-83

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