WHEELING — A Wheeling company is suing a convenience store, alleging breach of contract.
Chas M. Sledd Company, doing business as Team Sledd, filed a complaint in Ohio Circuit Court against M&C Fowler LLC, doing business as M&C Market, and Milam D. Fowler, alleging a breach of the credit agreement by failing to pay more than $14,000.
According to the complaint, on June 22, the defendants still had balance of $13,698,97 from a credit agreement executed and delivered by Team Sledd. The suit says M&C Market and Fowler received and accepted the goods, wares and merchandise as well as invoices sent by the plaintiffs but have refused to pay the amount due.
The plaintiff alleges M&C Market and Fowler, as guarantor, have failed and refused to pay the balance of $14,151.60 from June 22-Aug. 28 despite repeated requests by the plaintiff.
Team Sledd seeks trial by jury, judgment of $14,151.60 with continuing interest on the principal balance at the rate of 18 percent per annum and court costs. They are represented by attorney Arch W. Riley, Jr. of Bernstein-Burkley, PC in Wheeling.
Ohio Circuit Court case number 18-C-232