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Man sues Sugar Creek Salvage for taking his bulldozer

State Court

By Kyla Asbury | Aug 19, 2019


KINGWOOD – A man is suing Sugar Creek Salvage for allegedly failing to return his bulldozer.

Harry Bolyard filed suit against Sugar Creek Salvage in Preston Circuit Court over allegations of conversion.

The suit states in October 2018, the defendant took possession of his bulldozer without his knowledge or consent. Bolyard claims he made repeated requests for the return of his bulldozer, but the defendant has not returned the bulldozer or provided him money for the loss of his bulldozer.

Bolyard is seeking judgment in the amount of $18,000 for the bulldozer, as well as compensation for lost income and loss of use. He is represented by Michael L. Solomon of Morgantown.

The case is assigned to Circuit Judge Steven L. Shaffer.

Preston Circuit Court case number 19-C-14

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