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Sept. 3 Civil Lawsuits


Monday, September 3, 2018

The following civil lawsuits were filed July 17-July 20 in Pitt County:

■ Aratron Portilla Herrera v. Carol Kidd Anter and Mark Joseph Anter, motor vehicle negligence, initial filing, July 17; subsequent filing, Aug. 13; 18CVS 2075.

■ Denesha Bell v. the State of North Carolina, petition for limited driving privilege, July 18, 18CVD 2082.

■ Discover Bank v. Gina Langley, collection on account, July 19, 18CVD 2088.

■ Ford Motor Credit Co. LLC v. Lisa A. Ferebee, collection on account, July 19, 18CVD 2089.

■ Marlon Goodwin v. Physicians East P.A. and Medical Director John Doe and Dr. Victoria Perkins, medical malpractice, negligence, cruel and unusual punishment, recklessness, intentionally engaging in conduct that they knew was substantially certain to cause serious injury or death, negligent infliction of emotional distress and intentional outrage, July 19, 18CVS 2090.

■ Melissa Ann Jones v. Matthew Wade McMullen and Angela Christine McMullen, motor vehicle negligence, July 19; 18CVS 2091.

■ Warren Scott McWhorter c/o attorney Keith Williams, petition for release of custodial law enforcement agency recording, July 19, 18CVS 2095.

■ Ward and Smith P.A. v. William J. Hanlon Jr., confession of judgment, money owed, July 19, 18CVS 2097.

■ Installed Building Products LLC v. Mark Gray, breach of fiduciary duty, tortious interference with contract, injunctive relief, fraud and unfair and deceptive trade practices, July 19; 18CVS 2098.

■ First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. v. Julian B. Perkins, collection on account and money owed, July 20, 18CVD 2101.

■ Nicole Delores Pippens v. the State of North Carolina, petition for limited driving privilege, July 20, 18CVD 2102.

■ Midland Funding LLC v. Joan Green, collection on account, July 20, 18CVD 2103.

■ Loretta Gorham v. Mason Banks Brown, motor vehicle negligence, July 20, 18CVS 2105.

■ NCC Group Escrow Associate LLC v. Fuel 3D Inc., collection on account, July 23, 18CVD 2107.

■ Wells Fargo N.A. v. Timothy T. Mumford, collection on account, July 23, 18CVD 2108.

The following civil lawsuits were filed July 9-July 13 in Pitt County:

■ Barclays Bank Delaware v. Eizabeth Linder, collection on account, July 9; 18CVD 1987.

■ Langley Logistic Support Inc. v. W & G Logistics Support LLC and Anne L. Joyner, compensatory, punitive damages and treble damages, July 10; 18CVS 2001.

■ Kimberly Long v. Andrew Clifton Hoyle, David Charles Welch, Andrea Shine Butler and Richard Eugene Shine, motor vehicle negligence, July 10; 18CVD 2002.

■ State of North Carolina v. Marquan Anthony Person, petition and order disposing of firearm upon prosecutor’s petition, July 10, 18CVD 2003.

■ Barclays Bank Delaware v. Mira G. Patel, collection on account, July 10; 18CVD 2005.

■ Vann Charles Tipton, petitioner, c/o The Robinson Law Firm PA, v. Pitt County Sheriff’s Office, for release of custodial law enforcement agency recording, July 12; 18CVS 2012.

■ Vann Charles Tipton, petitioner, c/o The Robinson Law Firm PA, v. Greenville Police Department, for release of custodial law enforcement agency recording, July 12; 18CVS 2013.

■ Synchrony Bank v. Miguel Velazquez, collection on account, July 13; 18CVD 2060.

■ Willie McMillar v. Cornerstone Loan Center Inc., Select Acceptance Corp. and A.U. L. Corp., breach of contract, July 13; 18CVD 2062.

■ Cleveland Ricks, Jessica Ricks and Jaheim Leroy Ricks, minor, and Guardian Ad Litem Joshua R. Boberg v. Lillian D. Dillard, Lester Darden and Earl Darden, contract and negligence, July 13, 18CVS 2063.

■ State of North Carolina Found Firearm v. Owner of Firearm: Jack Linwood Franks, firearm ordered returned to rightful owner; July 13, 18CVD 2065.

■ Bank of America NA v. Karen T. Eastwood, contract, July 13, 18CVD 2066.

■ Discover Bank v. Suzanne M. Powell, collection on account; July 13, 18CVD 2067.




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