News of Record — 1/9/12

Published 9:02am Monday, January 9, 2012

Dissolutions filed

— Kimberly A. Moore and Robert A. Moore.

— Heather Sowards and Kent N. Sowards.

 

Divorces filed

— Wendy Alexander vs. William T. Alexander.

— Valeria Coffee vs. Dwayne Coffee.

— DeEtta Leonard vs. Thomas Leonard.

 

Lawsuits filed

— Capital One Bank vs. Pamela K. Jones, $955.31 plus costs and other relief.

— Capital One Bank vs. Sherri Salyer, $1, 140. 34 plus costs and other relief.

— Estate of Bill Snoddy vs. Lori J. Byington, plaintiff seeks unspecified damages for death caused by car accident.

— Wells Fargo vs. Linda C. Vaughn, $34,666.72 plus costs and other relief.

— American Enterprises Centurion Bank vs. Ruth Bond, $17,973 plus costs and other relief.

— Anna Dillon and Joe Dillon vs. Lawrence County Board of Commissioners, plaintiffs seeks unspecified damages for injuries sustained in auto accident involving county employee in county vehicle.

— George Brown vs. Lawrence County Joint Vocational School Board of Education, wrongful termination.

— State Farm Insurance vs. Jerry L. Haas, $14,715.76 plus costs and other relief.

 

 

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