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June 11 Civil Lawsuits

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Monday, June 11, 2018

The following civil lawsuits were filed Feb. 20-22, 2018, in Pitt County:

■ Rondy Lee Bryant Jr. (minor)/Jonathan Bridgers, guardian ad litem, petition for court approval of settlement, Feb. 21; release in full of all claims against Christopher Guterl and New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Co. arising from petitioner’s injuries in motor vehicle accident, March 19; 18CVS 704.

■ Rodney Johnson v. Robert D. Brown, vehicle negligence, Feb. 20, 18CVS 705.

■ William Hunter Dawson c/o the Robinson Law Firm P.A. v. Pitt County Sheriff’s Office, petition for release of custodial law enforcement recording to Leslie S. Robinson, Feb. 22; petition granted, March 19; 18CVS 710.

■ Synchrony Bank v. Victoria Tyson, collection on account, Feb. 22, 18CVD 713.

■ Serena S. Norfleet v. Jertaves T. Arrington and Talonda N. Lanier, motor vehicle negligence, June 19, 2017, Rockingham County, 17CVS 953, consent order, Feb. 13, and court order, Feb. 22, for change of venue to Pitt County; 18CVS 712.

■ Marquita Danyell Jackson v. State of North Carolina, petition for limited driving privilege, Feb. 22; 18CVD 708.

■ Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. James F. James, collection on account, Feb. 22; 18CVD 714.

■ Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. Ernest Edwards Smith and Sheneta White Smith, collection on account, 18CVD 715.

■ American Express Bank FSB v. Tracy Bass aka Tracy A. Bass, collection on account, Feb. 22; notice of voluntary dismissal without prejudice by plaintiff, April 9; 18CVD 720.

■ Wells Fargo Bank NA v. Mary E. Whaley, collection on account, Feb. 22; voluntary dismissal with prejudice by plaintiff, April 30; 18CVD 721

 

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