Lawsuits — 3/21/14

Published 10:05am Friday, March 21, 2014

Lawsuits filed

— Citi Financial Servicing vs. Rhonda McCoy, foreclosure, $51,494 plus interest.

— Grange Mutual Casualty vs. Karen Matney, et al, declaratory judgment requested.

— Nita K. Vickers vs. Katrina S. Holbook, stalking.

— Huntington National Bank vs. Donald R. Jarrell, foreclosure, $124,116 plus interest.

— J.P. Morgan Chase Bank National Association vs. Brian K. Miller et al, foreclosure, $139,848 plus interest.

— Angel Ramey vs. Chester Collins, stalking.

— HSBC Bank USA National Assoc. vs. Curtis R. Nichols II et al, declaratory judgment, quiet title and implied easement.

— Wesbanco Bank Inc. vs. M&J Properties Inc., Michael Carey et al, foreclosure of mortgages, $147,521 plus interest and late charges, $42,631 plus interest and late charges.

— Dariana Layne vs. Brandon Locklear, domestic violence

— Alan Runyon and Susan E. Franz vs. Adam M. Crown and Lezlee D. Crown, forfeiture of land installment contract.

— Kathleen D. Shook vs. Jerald E. Shook, restraining order.

— Guy R. Morrison vs. Robert Lee Lewis et al, personal injury, unspecified amount.

— William F. Moser vs. Vicki S. McKnight, personal injury, unspecified amount.

— Capital One Bank USA vs. Carol J. O’Brien, debt, $5,107.


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