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May 14 Civil Lawsuits

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Monday, May 14, 2018

The following civil lawsuits were filed Feb. 9-15, 2018, in Pitt County:

■ First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. v. Blandford Auto LLC and William Blandford, collection on account, Feb. 9; entry of default judgment, April 3; 18CVD 545.

■ Jesus Rosas Candelaria v. Jorge Alberto Melhado-Mejia, motor vehicle negligence, Feb. 13, 18CVS 574.

■ Carolina Windows and Doors Inc. v. Reginald Blango and Aisha Blango, collection on account and attorney’s fees, Feb. 13, 18CVD 575.

■ Carolina Windows and Doors Inc. v. Isaiah Turner and Michelle Turner, collection on account and attorney’s fees, Feb. 13, 18CVD 576.

■ Carolina Windows and Doors Inc. v. Stephanie Clark, collection on account and attorney’s fees, Feb. 13, 18CVD 577.

■ Carolina Windows and Doors Inc. v. Sonya Smith, collection on account and attorney’s fees, Feb. 13, 18CVD 578.

■ TD Bank USA NA, as successor-in-interest to Target National Bank v. J.R. Larry D. Lee aka Larry D. Lee Jr., collection on account, Feb. 13; default judgment against defendant, April 2; 18CVD 579.

■ Capital One Bank USA NA v. Andrew M. Gray, collection on account, Feb. 13; voluntary dismissal without prejudice by plaintiff, Mar. 22; 18CVD 580.

■ Dewitt N. Newkirk Jr. and Unshakable Builders LLC v. Danny Anderson and Julie Anderson, breach of contract, libel, slander and attorney’s fees, Feb. 13; 18CVS 588.

■ Garris Evans Lumber Co. v. Eddins Builders LLC and Jeff Eddins, collection on account, Feb. 14, 18CVD 625.

■ Alisha H. Chandler v. Rahsheda T. Anthony, motor vehicle negligence, Feb. 14, 18CVS 633.

■ Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. Adam Wayne Lafleur and Maury Jolene Lafleur, collection on account, Feb. 15; voluntary dismissal with prejudice by plaintiff, March 27; 18CVD 636.

■ Midland Funding LLC v. Katie Duncan, collection on account, Feb. 15, 18CVD 637.

 

 

 

 

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