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Gilmer County Family Court Report – 09.11.13

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On Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Family Court Judge Larry Whited was in Gilmer County.

•  He performed 2 marriages in Gilmer County


He heard several cases:

•  One domestic violence case was terminated.

•  Another domestic violence was reset for Wednesday, September 25, 2013.

•  One divorce was granted: Misha Dolpies (25) of Glenville, WV divorced Erik Wine (21) of Blackstone, Virginia.

•  Another divorce was continued.

•  One modification was dismissed.

•  Another modification was heard but no order was entered at this time.

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report – 09.23.13

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On Monday, September 23, 2013 Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire heard a 3 page motion day docket and left the county before Noon.


•  One fugitive from justice waived extradition back to the state of New Jersey and authorities from there have until 4:00 PM on Wednesday, October 02, 2013 to pick Lester H. Monts up or Central Regional Jail will release him.

Monts was represented by Shelly DeMarino of Glenville.


•  Judge Facemire began by hearing a juvenile case from Calhoun County and resetting it for further hearing in Calhoun County on Friday, October 11, 2013 at 9:30 AM.


•  Later he heard 4 condemnation hearings filed by Wyatt Hanna III on behalf of Sugar Creek PSD against James & Virginia Rogers, Angel Hart, Victor & Teresa Jordan & Belva Martin.

Martin had been served with the petition but did not appear.

Hart had contacted Hanna and agreed to sign an easement but no service on her appeared in the Court file.

Also Teresa Jordan had not been served yet, so Hanna was ordered to get service on these individuals or in the alternative to issue an order of publication to obtain service.


•  Nine juvenile matters were set for hearing and several were reset for further hearing on Monday, December 23, 2013:

Six at 9:00 AM and 2 for 9:10 AM for review.

One did not appear and the bench warrant was kept in effect for him.


Two sentencings were heard:


•  State of West Virginia vs. Carrie Sumpter

She was sentenced to 2 sentences of 1-4 in the penitentiary to serve consecutively.

Said sentences were suspended and she was given 5-years probation.

She must report every 30 days for 6 months in person to the probation officer.

She must pay $550.00 in restitution (Glenville Rite Aid) at a minimum of $50.00 per month and perform 200 hours of community service per year of probation.

She must maintain full time employment, speak to 3 high school classes about substance abuse, attend NA and AA classes, read a book and do a report on SHANE COMES HOME, recommended by Judge Facemire.

She was represented by Christina Flanigan of Buckhannon.

Sumpter’s probation was transferred to Buckhannon where she is now residing.


•  State of West Virginia vs. John Carder

He was also before the Court for sentencing represented by Flanigan.

After glowing testimonials by family, friends and employers Judge Facemire sentenced him to 12 months in Central Regional Jail for his plea to count 5 of the felony indictment and 90 days in Central Regional Jail for his plea to count 1 of the misdemeanor information filed against him.

They were to run consecutively, but he suspended all but 10 days to be served consecutive weekends beginning Friday, September 27, 2013 at 6:00 PM until Sunday, September 29, 2013 at 6:00 PM.

He will then be placed on home confinement for 6 months and then given 3-years probation.

He also must write a letter of apology to the victim but deliver it to the probation officer.

He was also fined $500.00 and court costs.

Although probation was recommended solely for Carder, Judge Facemire said his crime was heinous and there was no excuse for what he did when he handed down the sentence.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Amanda Smith

She was before the Court for another probation revocation hearing.

Her attorney made various motions on her behalf for alternative sentencing, etc., but Judge Facemire sentenced her to 1-5 in the penitentiary and immediately placed her in the custody of the Sheriff.

She must pay court costs within 18 months of her release.


•  One civil case was dismissed by order prior to hearing.


Judge Facemire will return to Gilmer County for more hearings on Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 10:00 AM.


There was no Circuit Court on Tuesday, September 24, 2013.

However,  Judge Alsop will hold hearings on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week.

1999 Lewis County Murder: Two More Charged, Investigation Continues

Three men were charged last week with killing two Lewis County women almost 14 years ago.

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Maxine Stalnaker                                                       Mary Friend


The two women, Maxine Stalnaker, age 69, and Mary Friend, age 45, were last seen on December 01, 1999.

Lewis County Sheriff Adam Gissy said good detective work led to breaks in the cold case and this week’s arrests.

“It’s been a four-and-a-half month investigation on our part, on top of the 14 years before us, and we compiled all the information, re-interviewed every party involved and then some, and then we were blessed to have been able to effect the arrests that we did,” Gissy said Thursday afternoon.

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Joseph Metz


Joseph Metz, age 39, was arraigned on two counts of murder, two counts of kidnapping and two counts of burglary in Lewis County Magistrate Court on Thursday and was being held in the Central Regional Jail on $250,000 bail.

He is Friend’s son and Stalnaker’s grandson.

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David Hughes


David Hughes, the former owner of Wilderness Plantation in Jane Lew, was being held at the Northwest Ohio Correction Center.

He has also been charged with two counts of first-degree robbery, two counts of kidnapping and two counts of robbery for the deaths of Friend and Stalnaker.

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Charles Steven Freeman


A third suspect, Steve Freeman, was picked up Thursday afternoon by sheriff’s deputies in Napoleon, Ohio.

He is charged with kidnapping and robbery.

According to the criminal complaint, Hughes ordered Metz and Freeman to kill Stalnaker and Friend because he believed they had a journal full of information about illegal criminal transactions involving the men and the Wilderness Plantation.

Hughes allegedly worried the women would turn over the information to law enforcement officers.

In the court filing, investigators said they believe the women were taken from their Fox Run home and moved to a home on Jesse’s Run Road, where their possessions, including a purse, were collected before they were killed.

Their abandoned car was found a few days later off U.S. Highway 19 in Harrison County.

The criminal complaint said Metz and Freeman met Hughes at the Wilderness Plantation, after the murders in December 1999, to turn over the journal.

Since 1999, there have been no signs of Stalnaker or Friend, except for a time in 2002 when a fisherman found one of their purses at Stonewall Jackson Lake.

“The term ‘cold case’ seems to simply mean ‘new challenge’ for these fine investigators,” said Lewis County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Smith. “I’ve been in this field for four decades. I’ve never seen a better investigation run. They are certainly to be commended.”

Officials said the investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information about the case can call local law enforcement offices or the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department at 304.269.8251.

Ex-Spencer Priest Convicted in Ohio fie Case That Was Dismissed in WV

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An Ohio priest faces up to 10 years in prison at his sentencing later this year following a Friday conviction on sex-related charges that happened in Spencer, West Virginia.

A federal jury seated in Cincinnati convicted Robert Poandl of transporting a minor in interstate commerce with the intent of sexual activity.

The 10-year-old boy was sexually assaulted by Poandl during a visit to a church in Spencer back in 1991.

Throughout the trial, Poandl denied the allegations.

He claimed the boy did not even make the trip to West Virginia.

The victim originally made his accusations to Roane County authorities in 2009, but the charges were eventually dismissed.


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Webster County Couple Found Guilty in Triple Murder

Imprisonment Status:  Pre-Trial Felon
Full Name: York,  Amanda
Height: 5’  2"
Weight: 210 lbs.
Birth Date: 07.21.1984
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 06.28.2012
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon

Offender Court Order Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location
12F-90,91,92 WEBSTER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $0.00
This Webster County couple accused of murdering three people last year were found guilty Friday.

A Webster County jury found Michael York guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Lamar Coates and guilty of two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Denise Coats and Dustin Brown.

Mercy was not recommended by the jury.

The jury also found Michael York (below) guilty of one count of prohibited person possessing firearm and one count of concealment of a deceased body.

Amanda York was found guilty of three counts of voluntary manslaughter and one count of conspiracy to conceal a deceased body.

Michael and Amanda York killed Brown, Allen and Coates in their front yard near Hacker Valley in 2012.

The murder trial began on Tuesday.

 

Imprisonment Status:  Pre-Trial Felon
Full Name: York,  Michael Steve
Height: 5’  10"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: 12.25.1957
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 06.28.2012
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon

Offender Court Order Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location
12F-93-96 WEBSTER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $0.00

G-otcha™: Webster County Triple Murder Trial

Imprisonment Status:  Pre-Trial Felon
Full Name: York,  Amanda
Height: 5’  2"
Weight: 210 lbs.
Birth Date: 07.21.1984
Gender: Female
Booking Date: 06.28.2012
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon

Offender Court Order Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location
12F-90,91,92 WEBSTER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $0.00
Testimony is scheduled to begin Wednesday morning, September 18, 2013 in Braxton County Circuit Court in the triple murder trial of a Webster County couple.

Michael and Amanda York allegedly killed Dustin Brown, Lamar Allen and Denise Coates in June 2012.

Two of the three bodies were found in the Yorks’ yard near Hacker Valley.

The trial began Tuesday morning in Sutton, WV with opening statements.

The case was moved to Braxton County because attempts to choose a jury in Webster County failed.

The 12-member panel traveled to the murder scene Tuesday afternoon.

The prosecution is scheduled to begin calling its first witnesses Wednesday morning.

Amanda York originally told police she was home alone when the three came to her residence and threatened her and she shot them in self-defense.

York later told police she and her husband had been in an argument with the other three at another house earlier in day.

She said the three then came to their home and the argument continued.

Previous reports said the Yorks’ five-year-old child told police Michael York fired the deadly shots.

Police arrested Michael York near the Amma exit on I-79.

 

Imprisonment Status:  Pre-Trial Felon
Full Name: York,  Michael Steve
Height: 5’  10"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: 12.25.1957
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 06.28.2012
Facility: Central Regional Jail
Imprisonment Status: Pre-Trial Felon

Offender Court Order Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location
12F-93-96 WEBSTER COUNTY - Bail Amount: $0.00

Former Clay County Sheriff Pleads Guilty to Wiretapping

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Former Clay County Sheriff Miles Slack pleaded guilty to a federal charge that he hacked his wife’s work computer.

Slack entered the plea to a wiretapping charge in U.S. District Court in Charleston.

He faces up to five years in prison.

Sentencing was set for December 19, 2013.

The government said Slack secretly installed a keystroke logger on a computer in the Clay County Magistrate Court office in April where his wife worked. They were married at the time but have since divorced.

Spyware devices can be purchased online and typically are 1-2 inches long and attached to the keyboard cable. Once installed, they can intercept anything typed on that keyboard.

Prosecutors said Slack admitted he intended to monitor her activity, including messages she sent through email and Internet chat rooms. He also wanted to capture her log-in information for various Internet services.

Slack admitted the device captured information about court business and the personal information of defendants in magistrate court. The device was in place for more than two weeks.

Computers in the offices of circuit judges and magistrates are owned and maintained by the state Supreme Court and are connected to a central computer network.

“It’s a shame that Clay County’s chief law enforcement officer chose to illegally tap a government computer,“ said U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin. “Our elected officials and law enforcement officers have to respect the law like everyone else. If they don’t, there are consequences.“

Slack ran unopposed for sheriff last November after defeating two other contenders in the Democratic primary in May 2012, winning the nomination with nearly 78% of the vote.

Slack resigned last week and the County Commission named Reva Schoonover to serve as temporary sheriff for no more than 30 days.

Commissioners are currently reviewing 16 applications for the permanent post.

Clay Sheriff Miles Slack Submits Resignation Effective Monday

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Clay County Sheriff Miles J. “Mike” Slack, charged previously with illegal wiretapping, has submitted his resignation.

Slack’s resignation is effective Monday. There is an emergency county commission meeting to discuss the matter at 10:00 AM Monday.

Slack’s illegal wiretapping charge is a federal felony that can carry up to five years in prison, the U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin’s Office has said.

In a criminal case filed in early August, Goodwin charged Slack with surreptitiously installing a keystroke logger on a computer belonging to the West Virginia Supreme Court.

According to court documents, the compromised computer was a government computer assigned to Slack’s then wife, identified as “Victim L.S.,” who works in the office of a Clay County magistrate.

Computers in the offices of circuit judges and magistrates throughout West Virginia are owned and maintained by the state Supreme Court and are connected to a central Supreme Court computer network.

~~  Jeff Morris ~~

U.S. Judge Puts Ex-WV School Chief’s Suit on Hold while He Considers Transfer to State Court

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A federal judge has put the former state school superintendent’s wrongful termination lawsuit on hold while he considers whether to send it back to state court.

The U.S. District Judge Thomas Johnston entered an order Tuesday staying proceedings.

Jorea Marple sued the state Board of Education in Kanawha County Circuit Court in February, claiming that she was unlawfully fired and that members of the board secretly plotted to oust her.

The board had the case case transferred to federal court, arguing that Marple alleged her federal due process rights were violated.

Marple wants the case removed from federal court to focus more on alleged state law violations.

Gilmer County Family Court Report – 09.04.13

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Family Court Judge Larry Whited heard cases in Gilmer County on Wednesday, September 04, 2013.

•  One domestic violence was denied

•  One domestic violence was transferred to Braxton County

•  Genetic testing was ordered in one case

•  2 modification petitions had temporary orders entered in them

•  One divorce was continued to Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 11:00 AM

•  An allocation petition was dismissed

•  2 hearings will have orders prepared by the Child Advocate Bureau

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report – 09.09.13

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•  On Thursday, September 05, 2013 Judge Jack Alsop appeared by video conference from Webster County where the defendant, Teresa Riggs and her attorney, James Clevenger also were.

Gerald Hough, prosecuting attorney was in Gilmer County Circuit Courtroom and Riggs entered a plea of guilty to count 1 of a 2 count indictment charging her with 3rd offense-shoplifting.

Count 2 will be dismissed as part of the plea bargain agreement and sentencing was set for Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 9:30 AM following a presentence investigation by the probation officer.


On Friday, September 06, 2013 Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire heard several matters in Gilmer County.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Joran Biscombe

He was before the Court for further hearing on revocation of probation.

More testimony was taken that day and the Judge revoked his probation and sent him for 60 days Diagnosis and Classification before he is sentenced on Friday, November 22, 2013 at 10:00 AM.

Judge Facemire also ordered he have a substance abuse evaluation.

Biscombe was represented by David Hart of Beckley.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Kimberly Murdaugh

She was also in Court for a revocation of probation hearing.

She was represented by David Karickhoff of Sutton and admitted to the allegations in the petition filed against her by the prosecutor.

Judge Facemire revoked her probation and sentenced her to 1-5 in the penitentiary, suspended all but 10 days of the sentence which she reported to serve this day.

He also placed her on 4 more years of probation and she also must perform 100 hours of community service per year of probation.

She was also ordered to obtain her G.E.D. and pay $11.00 probation fee per month as well as make restitution within 12 months.

She also must undergo a substance abuse evaluation and have a 9:30 PM curfew each day.

She was further allowed to leave the state with her infant child to keep the family together for her fiancé’s employment.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Randall Lambey

He was before the Court for sentencing upon his misdemeanor plea to failure to provide child support for a minor.

He was sentenced to 1 year in Central Regional Jail, but it was suspended and he was granted 3 years’ probation.

There was no fine imposed but he must pay court costs and keep current on his child support and pay at least $50.00 per month toward his arrears.

He was also ordered to perform 150 hours community service per year of probation.

He was represented by Christina Flanigan of Buckhannon.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Hollie McCraw

She was before the Court for motion to suspend further sentence.

Judge Facemire felt she was “putting the cart before the horse” as she had not completed her drug treatment program yet.

He stated he had seen defendants re-offend with only 2 days left of treatment and/or probation so he said if she completes her program on Thursday, October 03, 2013 (which he ordered the probation officer to determine) then she will be released until further hearing Monday, October 28, 2013 at 10:15 AM when he will rule on suspending the remainder of her sentence.

She must be drug tested weekly until that time.

She was represented by David Karickhoff.


Two juveniles were heard and reset as follows:

•  One for Thursday, November 07, 2013 at 10:00 AM

•  One for Thursday, November 22, 2013 at 10:15 AM


On Monday, September 09, 2013 Judge Jack Alsop conducted his regular monthly motion day in Glenville.


•  Kevin Aguilar, a fugitive from justice, waived extradition back to Maryland.

Authorities in Maryland have until 4 PM Wednesday, September 18, 2013 to pick him up at Central Regional Jail or he will be released.

Christopher Moffatt of Charleston represented Aguilar.


Seven juvenile cases were before the Court and some of them reset as follows:

•  One for Monday, December 09, 2013 at 9:00 AM

•  One for Monday, December 09, 2013 at 9:10 AM

•  One for Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 11:30 AM

•  One for Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 1:00 PM

•  One for Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 9:40 AM

•  2 other cases were not reset at this time.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Rodney Singleton

He was before the Court for further arraignment and he appeared with his hired counsel, Jerome Novobilksi from Clay County.

He entered pleas of not guilty to all 4 counts of his indictment and asked for his trial to be continued to the November, 2013 term of Court.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Mark Taylor

He was before the Court with his attorney, Daniel Grindo of Gassaway.

He asked for a copy of the c.d. in the case.

Judge Alsop ordered he may view it in the Sheriff’s Office and if he gets a copy burned there is a protective order entered prohibiting it from being distributed to the public.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Robert Hacker

He was before the court asking for a new court appointed attorney.

Judge Alsop granted the motion and relieved Grindo as his attorney and appointed Steve Nanners of Buckhannon to represent Hacker.

His case was also continued to the November term.

Gilmer County Family Court Report – 08.23.13

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One divorce was granted on Friday, August 23, 2013 as follows:

Susan Ash (23) of Glenville, WV divorced James Edward Ash (20) of Glenville, WV.

Gilmer County Circuit Court Report – 08.28.13

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On Monday, August 26, 2013 Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire presided over his regular monthly motion day in Glenville.


Four fugitives from justice waived extradition back to their states.

•  Daniel Banks agreed to return to OHIO.

•  James Spencer agreed to return to Kentucky.

•  Travarus Gray agreed to return to Virginia.

•  Joe Wilson Jr. agreed to return to Michigan.

All 4 fugitives were represented by Dennis Willett of Buckhannon and authorities in their states have until 4 PM on Thursday, September 05, 2013 to pick up the defendants or they will be released from the Central Regional Jail.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Shanna Johnson

She appeared before the Court for revocation of probation.

She admitted the allegations and took responsibility for her actions.

She was represented by Clinton Bischoff of Summersville.

Judge Facemire told her he was troubled by her case and ordered her sent for 60 days diagnosis and classification and to be returned to CENTRAL REGIONAL JAIL pending sentencing on Friday, November 22, 2013 at 9:00 AM.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Joran Biscombe

He was also before the Court for revocation of his probation.

Judge Facemire took testimony in his case and continued the hearing to Friday, September 06, 2013 at 9:00 AM.

Biscombe was represented by his hired attorney David Hart.


•  State of West Virginia vs. James Roberson

He also had a revocation hearing and was denied probation again, after previously being readmitted to probation in 2011.

The Court believed he had not learned anything from his mistakes and that he had a serious addiction problem and sentenced Roberson to 1-5 years in the penitentiary and to pay court costs within 18 months of his release.

He was represented by Kevin Hughart of Sissonville.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Kimberly Murdaugh

She was also before the Court for revocation of her probation, which hearing was rescheduled for Friday, September 06, 2013 at 9:00 AM.

Murdaugh is represented by David Karickhoff of Sutton who was unable to attend this hearings due to illness.


Seven juvenile matters were heard and reset as follows:

•  One for Monday, October 28, 2013 at 9:00 AM.

•  One for Monday, September 23, 2013 at 11:00 AM.

•  Three for Monday, October 28, 2013 at 9:10 AM.

•  One for Friday, September 06, 2013 at 9:00 AM.

•  One for Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 9:00 AM.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Jeremy Harris

He was represented by Clinton Bischoff.

He was before the Court for sentencing.

Judge Facemire sent him for 60 days diagnosis and classification and set sentencing for Friday, November 22, 2013 at 9:00 AM.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Randall Lambey

He was before the Court for sentencing.

However, his attorney, Christina Flanigan, had filed a motion to continue due to not receiving the pre-sentence investigation in time to go over it with her client.

Judge Facemire granted her motion and reset sentencing for Friday, September 06, 2013 at 9:00 AM.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Holly McCraw

She was before the Court for motion to suspend sentencing.

However, her hearing was continued due to the illness of her attorney.

It is now scheduled for Friday, September 06, 2013 at 9:00 AM.


•  State of West Virginia vs. Virginia Richards

She was before the Court for probation revocation, and she admitted the allegations.

She was then sentenced to 1-10 years in the penitentiary, with all but 10 days suspended which she shall self-report to CENTRAL REGIONAL JAIL on Monday, September 02, 2013 to begin serving.

She will then be readmitted to probation.

She was represented by Willett standing in for Christina Flanigan from Buckhannon.


•  A hearing was held in a magistrate appeal which the Judge directed the Clerk to get him a recording of the magistrate court hearing and then he will make a ruling.


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Judge Jack AIsop heard 3 juvenile matters in Gilmer County Circuit Court on Tuesday, August 27, 2013.

•  One was reset for Monday, September 09, 2013 at 10:45 AM and Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 11:00 AM.

•  The second was reset for Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 1:00 PM.

•  The last one was reset for Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 3:00PM.


•  Judge Alsop returned on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 and granted a permanent injunction prohibiting sale of certain items in the case of State of West Virginia vs. John Burrows and the business of Charmed One Emporium located in Glenville.

Burrows was represented by Christina Flanigan of Buckhannon.


•  A juvenile matter was heard and further hearing scheduled for October 15, 2013 at 11:15 AM.

Gilmer County Woman Settles Lawsuit Against Nonprofit

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WV Record Reports:

A Gilmer County woman has settled her lawsuit that alleged a nonprofit agency did a poor job on her home improvement project.

Janet Pritt sued Community Resources, Inc., in Gilmer County Circuit Court on January 17, claiming the agency was negligent in attempting to improve the weatherization and efficiency of her home.

A dismissal order noting a confidential settlement was signed July 17 by Judge Richard A. Facemire.

In 2010, Pritt contracted with Community Resources for home improvement reasons.

“(T)he work was to consist of improving the weatherization and efficiency of the home,” the complaint says. “(T)he Defendant and their agents did perform work on the Plaintiff’s home during 2010 and into 2011, with the last work being performed on the 18th day of January 2011.

“(T)he work performed on the home was negligently performed and failed to comply with the relevant workmanlike and industry standards for such construction.”

Community Resources failed to accomplish the improvements it was contracted for and caused additional damages to the home, the lawsuit says.

Medical conditions from which Pritt suffer were exacerbated by the stress and interruption in her life caused by Community Resources, she claims.

She was seeking damages for repairs to her home, annoyance, inconvenience, mental anguish and “worsening of her health,” as well as punitive damages.

Pritt was represented by Daniel R. Grindo of Gassaway, while Community Resources was represented by Aaron C. Boone of Bowles Rice in Parkersburg.

~~  John O’Brien - WV Record ~~

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