News of Record — 5/14/12

Published 10:30am Monday, May 14, 2012

Divorces filed

— Jessica A. Frye vs. James D. Frye.

— David Bowles Jr., vs. Jennifer Bowles.

— Cynthia Crager vs. Douglas M. Crager.

— Megan R. Blankenship vs. Gregory T. Blankenship.

— Beverly Ratliff vs. Gary Ratliff.

— Leanne Johnson vs. Nathaniel Johnson.

 

Lawsuits filed

— First Priority Federal Credit Union vs. Angela Graham, et al, 57, 842.53 plus costs and other relief.

— Capital One Bank vs. Robert S. Stevens, $2, 194.92 plus costs and other relief.

— Rosetta and Harold Duvendeck vs. Tony Carver, plaintiffs seek an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

— First Priority Federal Credit Union vs. Timothy A. Kirk, $74, 158.69 plus costs and other relief.

— Capital One Bank vs. Derek Miller, $3,883.45 plus costs and other relief.

— Capital One Bank vs. William Adkins, $3,236.09 plus costs and other relief.

— Heather Leto vs. Crystal Finch and Leto’s Italian Deli LLC, plaintiff alleges breach of contract, seeks various compensation.

— U.S. Bank vs. Howard Suttles, foreclosure.

 

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