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Man sues Prince George Police Department and US Marshall Service after being falsely arrested after chase and beating.
Dwayne Brown, of Maryland, is filing suit against United States Marshall Service, Prince George's County police Department and Christopher Street, alleging he was chased and beaten, as well as hit by a police cr. It turned out that he was not the man police were looking for. Price: $10
Woman sues after shameful false arrest..
New York resident Darlene Baquero is filing suit against the City of New York, New York Department of police, police Officers Clarke and Burke, et al., alleging he was forced to leave his neighborhood in shame after being wrongfully arrested and held for more than 12 hours. This despite her boyfriend assuring the police that she was not the person they were looking for. Price: $10
Man gets beaten by Police Chief while reporting threats by other officer.
John Carello, a New York resident, is filing suit against The City of New Rochelle and the New Rochelle Pole Department, et al., alleging he was attacked and beaten by a New Rochelle police officer supervisor after he went to the police station, regarding being pulled over by an unmarked police car and threatened by the officer earlier that day. Price: $10
Former police snitch claims false arrest.
Timothy Keaton, of Florida, is filing suit against Jim Jones, Dan Martin, David Castle, Roger Esteve, Paul Goward, and the City of Winter Haven, alleging plaintiff was a confidential informant for Winter Haven police Department. He claims he was dismissed and falsely arrested by the police during negotiations for monies owed to him by the police for his work as an informant. Price: $10
Tucson Police Department sued by pedestrian assaulted for refusing to stop.
Dean Alan Croshaw, a resident of Arizona, is filing suit against The City of Tucson, Arizona, The Tucson police Chief Richard Miranda, et al., alleging Croshaw was illegally stopped by a Tucson police officer, who falsely claimed plaintiff resembled an armed robbery suspect. The suit alleges Croshaw was assaulted by three police officers after he refused to stop. Price: $10
Department of Homeland Security sued by man attacked by police dog in New Orleans.
Robert Bridges is filing suit against the Department of Homeland Security after he was brutally attacked by a police dog under the control of police officers working for defendant in New Orleans during the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. Price: $10
Racial profiling alleged by men subjected to bodily cavity search.
New York residents Corey Lee, Cordell Jones, Jaquar Gause, and Corey Lashley are filing suit against the City of New York, New York City police Department, and police officers of the New York police Department, alleging defendants deprived plaintiffs of their Federal Civil Rights by racial profiling which resulted in their detention and ultimate search of their naked bodies, including their anus. Price: $10
Rough arrest leads to suit against Tucson Police Department.
Stephanie Clark, of Arizona, is filing suit against Tucson police Department, et al., alleging she was injured when she was arrested by Tucson police officers. Price: $10
Man sues after being arrested and held in police car with C/W music blaring.
John Holloway, of Louisiana, is filing suit against Town of Simmesport and police Chief Gerald Jackson, alleging he was arrested for no reason, his car was impounded and he was detained in the back of a police car for 40 minutes with country/western music playing loudly. Price: $10
Angles Camp Police sued by man arrested six months verbal altercation with law enforcement officer.
Michael Ziehlke is filing suit against the City of Angels Camp and Chris Comfort, an employee of the City of Angels Camp and Tony Tacheira, Chief of the police of the City of Angels Camp, alleging Ziehle was unlawfully arrested, while in his own home, six months after a slight altercation with a police officer at a softball game. Plaintiff attempted to get a cop to move a police car blocking the road and plaintiff and the officer exchanged words. Price: $10
Cops sue Louisiana police department after their phone messages and e-mails are intercepted by supervisors, starting criminal investigation.
Paul Brown and Danny Pringle, of Louisiana, are filing suit against Ronald Schleuter, Chief of Monroe police Department, alleging their oral and wire messages were intercepted by others in their police department, who were not authorized to do so. Price: $10
Detroit Police Department sued for assaulting man with crutches.
Shawn Eason is filing suit against The City of Detroit and the Detroit police Department, et al., for gross negligence, false arrest/imprisonment and other claims, alleging police officers arrived to make him leave his fianc Price: $10
Man claims he was beaten by Philadelphia cops for no reason.
Joseph Koczkodon, of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against police Officers Kenneth Taylor, Darrell Sampson, Erik Romanczuk, and police Commissioner Sylvester Johnson, alleging he was violently assaulted by defendants with their fists and feet. He offered no resistance and was doing nothing suspicious. Price: $10
Stop beneath overpass leads to beating with shotgun butt by police officer.
Richard Clarke, of Tennessee, is filing suit against City of Memphis, Tennessee, Memphis police Department, et al., alleging he was beaten by a police officer while being transported to jail. He was handcuffed at the time of the beating Price: $10
Man sues Indianapolis police for attack at his home.
Christopher Utsler, of Indiana, is filing suit against Deputy Mark Howard, individually, Deputy Gary Hayden, Indianapolis Metropolitan police Department, et al., alleging he was tazed, beaten and bitten by a dog after he confronted two police officers who had come to his home to supposedly investigate a noise complaint. Price: $10
Rent-a-Center manager lied to cops, who arrested man after he was two weeks late on rent for washer/dryer.
Michael Burton and Charlotte Johnson, of Kentucky, are filing suit against Rent-a-Center, alleging they were arrested after the manager of the Rent-a-Center called 911 to summon police, under the ruse that there was a medical emergency. When the police arrived, they broke into the house and found marijuana. Price: $10
Bogus cop files bogus charges against undercover detective after Real World television show incident.
police Officer David McAndrews, of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against Brian Copeland and the City of Philadelphia, alleging he was falsely charged with assault after an altercation with another undercover police officer. The accusations were accompanied by threats of civil action and the interruption of his career as a patrol officer. Price: $10
Second cop files suit after brawl at Real World house.
police Officer David McAndrews, of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against Brian Copeland and the City of Philadelphia, alleging he was falsely charged with assault after an altercation with another undercover police officer. The accusations were accompanied by threats of civil action and the interruption of his career as a patrol officer. Price: $10
Cops spray driver with mace and pepper spray after routine traffic stop.
Glen Lane is filing suit against the Town of Slaughter, Louisiana, and its police department. The suit alleges fourth and fourteenth amendment violations after Lane was sprayed with mace and pepper spray by the police officer that pulled lane over for a speeding ticket. Price: $10
Man dies after being blasted with pepper spray.
Mary Digennaro, individually and as executrix of the estate of Albert Digennaro, are filing suit against Town of Gates police Department, David DiCaro, Daniel Loomis, et al., alleging Albert suffered a seizure after being blasted twice by pepper spray by police who raided his mother's home. Price: $10
Man beaten in holding-cell sues League, Texas Police Department.
Texas resident William Roth is filing suit against The League City police Department, alleging Roth suffered extensive facial and neck injuries after being beaten while in a holding cell in the custody of the League police Department. Price: $10
Man brutally beaten with batons sues Philadelphia and Police officers.
Bruce Jordan, a resident of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against the City of Philadelphia and police Officers 1-4 for false arrest, illegal seizure, excessive force, and other claims, alleging Jordan was severely beaten with baton and kicked in the head multiple times after running from police who was attempting to enforce a restraining order. Price: $10
Man sues after being falsely arrested for allegedly intentionally damaging his wife's car.
Gregory Simmons is filing suit against the City of New York, Raymond Kelly, the police commissioner of the NYPD, and police Officers Harrison and Huckabey. The suit alleges he was wrongfully and falsely arrested for criminal mischief based on plaintiff's wife's false accusations that he has intentionally damaged his wife's car. Price: $10
Man sues cops after they go to wrong house and beat him up.
South Dakota resident Shane Montgomery, individually and as guardian of Brennon Montgomery, is filing suit against United States of America, Larry Romero, and Ogalala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety, alleging police came to his home by mistake after a neighbor called in a complaint of gunfire. The police beat him in front of his son. Price: $10
Detroit cops handcuff man, dirve him to remote area, and spray him with mace.
Roosevelt Dean is filing suit against Gabriel Seibt and Todd Parsons, Michigan State police Officers, alleging Dean, an African-American man was walking with a friend, a Caucasian woman, in the Greektown area of Detroit when they passed defendantss parked police car. Dean and his friend stopped to talk to an acquaintance and defendants began shouting at him get your black homeless ass down the street,, and making references to the prior police shooting death of a homeless man in Greektown. Defendants proceeded to pat Dean down and handcuff him. They drove him to another part of town and instructed him to lie down, where they uncuffed him and sprayed him in the face with pepper spray, leaving him in the alley. Price: $10
Man says cops spread rumors he had AIDS and had bitten one of them.
William Gant and Dale Autin, of Louisiana, is filing suit against Morgan City police Department, Morgan City, Darlene Francis and Billy Driskill, alleging false allegations of exposing a police officer to AIDS by biting her caused Gant to suffer due to diminished reputation. Price: $10
Woman beaten while handcuffed and in police protection.
Christian Rusu is suing the City of Birmingham, Michigan, and The Birmingham police Department, seeking damages for gross negligence claims. She alleges police cuffed her and questioned an individual who had been involved in an altercation with her. While Rusu was handcuffed and alone the other individual violently assaulted and battered Rusu, who was defenseless. Price: $10
Tucson police sued after officer shoots man to death.
Maria Rivera and Robert Rivera, of Arizona, are filing suit against Jeff Stover and Caroline Stover, City of Tucson, City of Tucson police Department, police Chief Richard Miranda, et al., alleging defendants shot and killed their son Deangelo. Price: $10
Ridgeland, MS/city police sued by man who claims he was beaten on the way to jail.
Curtis Davis, a resident of Mississippi, is filing suit against the City of Ridgeland, Mississippi, Jimmy Houston, Chief of the Ridgeland police Department, and Officers John Does 1-10, alleging defendants used excessive force transporting him from a police vehicle into the Ridgeland jail. Plaintiff was ambulanced to the ER where his multiple head and body injuries were treated. Price: $10
Man sues after being shot in police raid.
New Jersey resident Raheen Brittingham, is filing suit against the City of Camden, the County of Camden and the Camden police Department, et al. for civil right violations after he was shot by a police officer and an investigator who forcefully entered the home of a friend of Brittingham's with guns drawn and shot plaintiff who was unarmed and whose hands were visible. Price: $10
Woman hits police car that passed her as she attempts to turn left .
Sarah Weingartner, a resident of New Jersey, is filing suit against the Township of Deptford, the Deptford police Department, Officer Taylor, and Gloucester County after Weingartner's car was struck by an unmarked police car that attempted to pass on her left as she was turning left. The crash caused Weingarten to lose her unborn child and suffer severe injuries. Price: $10
St. Louis sued by mother whose child was killed during high speed chase.
Lisa Milson is filing suit against the City of St. Louis, Missouri and the St. Louis County police Department, et al., on behalf of the estate of her minor child, R.C., deceased. Milson alleges that a police officer operated his vehicle at excessive speeds to arrest the drivers of the vehicle in which R.C. was traveling. R.C. was ejected from the vehicle when it went airborne over a guard rail. Price: $10
Ex-cop sues after being fires with no due process.
Paul Lamb is suing Randy Lee Finkey, as the Newville Pennsylvania Chief of police, for defamation, slander, invasion of privacy by false light, and intentional interference with prospective contractual relations, seeking damages for the alleged violation of the department's policy by terminating Lamb's employment with the Newville police department without a hearing, or written explanation of the reason. Price: $10
Police shoot and kill man in his back yard.
William Estrada, Ezequiel Estrada, and Fermin Estrada, of Tennessee, et al., are filing suit against City of Shelbyville, Shelbyville police Department and James Wilkerson, alleging Fermin was shot and killed by police who had no right to be on plaintiff's property. Plaintiff was shooting his handgun on his property into the ground. Price: $10
Man shot to death while trying to fix a flat.
Denise Howard, as wife and representative of the estate of Michael Howard, Sr., decedent, and as representative of Makayla Howard, a minor, is filing suit against Ryan Gallaugher, Juan Padilla, the City of Mesa, Mesa police Department, Gregory Fowler, Dennis Donna, et al., alleging police shot the decedent to death while he was trying to repair a flat tire. Price: $10
Cabbie sues cops for arresting him solely because he was a cab driver.
Lewin Anderson is filing suit against Detroit police Officer Kimberly Kovacs, Officer Carl Williams, Officer D. Miller, Officer M. Tayler, Officer Terrance Randolph, Officer Tremayne Butron, and the Checker Cab Company, after he was falsely arrested by Detroit police Officers for unarmed robbery, rape, sexual misconduct, assault and battery, and kidnapping, solely on the basis that he was a cab driver. Price: $10
Baltimore PD/detectives sued by man who was dragged from his car.
William Downing, a Maryland resident, is suing Detectives Michael Cannon, Keith Gladstone, and John Jendrick, of the Baltimore City police Department, Major Anthony Canavale, and the State of Maryland. The suit alleges plaintiff was stopped at a red light when defendants, in unmarked police vehicle units, cut plaintiff off, causing him to stop. Defendant then broke plaintiff's window with a lug wrench and dragged him from his car with excessive force. Price: $10
Police and city sued for roughing up Alzheimer's patient who urinated in the bushes at local park.
Alfred and Mary Edwards, of Ohio, are filing suit against Chad Dojack, the City of Martin's Ferry, and the City of Martin's Ferry police Department. The suit alleges that Dojack, a police officer, used undue force in arresting plaintiff, an eighty-two year old man, for urinating in the park. Plaintiff was roughed up and shot 3 times with a Taser. Price: $10
Cops beat sleeping man.
Sean Leary is suing the City of Pontiac, Michigan, and several members of the police department for gross negligence, intentional and willful and wanton misconduct, excessive use of force, and assault and battery, seeking both punitive and exemplary damages. Leary was attacked by three memberA of the Pontiac police who entered his home while he was sleeping. They began beating him while forcibly choking him with a knee on his throat. Leary was arrested for trespass and resisting arrest, but the charges were later dropped. Price: $10
NYPD sued by man assaulted by police officers while walking dog.
Dwayne Salley, a resident of New York, is filing suit against The City of New York, The New York City police Department, and police Officers Sergio Merino and James Diaz, et al., alleging Salley was waking his dog when he was frisked, assaulted, and thrown down by Officers Merino and Diaz, who falsely accused plaintiff of distributing narcotics. Price: $10
Schizophrenic-man burned by pepper spray ignited with Taser sues Ranson, WV police department.
Steven Scott is filing suit against The City of Ranson, West Virginia, and the Ranson police Department, et al., alleging Scott, a schizophrenic who had not taken his medication in several days, got into a high-speed chase with police while driving a vehicle on a test-drive. When Scott pulled over in a jail parking lot, officers removed him from the car, pepper sprayed him and Tasered him multiple times. The flammable pepper spray ignited and severely burned plaintiff's body. Price: $10
Man alleges theft of social security card during traffic stop by US Park Police.
Peter Bunnell is filing suit against Mayor Anthony William, Attorney General Robert Spagnoletti, US Park police Officer Walter Duran, U.S. police Chief Dwight Pettiford, U.S Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, and U.S. Attorney for D.C. Kenneth Wainstein, alleging Officer Duran stole his social security card and failed to recognize his valid driver's license during a traffic stop. Price: $10
Rosebud Tribe Police and Ambulance Program sued by estate of inmate who died after seizure.
South Dakota resident Lisa Shaw, on behalf of the estate of, Joseph Benge, deceased, is filing suit against The United States of America and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe police Department and the Rosebud Ambulance Program for survival action, cruel and unusual punishment, wrongful death, and other claims, alleging decedent suffered a seizure while incarcerated, following a traffic stop where drugs were found. The suit alleges police officers failed to respond to Benge's requests for medical attention. After another inmate alerted staff that Benge was suffering a seizure, the police finally attempted to call for an ambulance, finding all the ambulances busy, they decided to wait for the next one, rather than transport decedent in an availabe van. Decedent was pronounced dead in the emergency room, immediately after arriving at the hospital. Price: $10
Springboro, OH sued by man attacked by K-9 police dog.
Samuel Campbell, a resident of Ohio, is filing suit against the City of Springboro, Ohio and Springboro police Officers, alleging Campbell was intentionally attacked by a K-9 police dog, named Spike, after plaintiff was locked out of his girlfriend's home and neighbor called in a burglary. The suit alleges Spike bite plaintiff's leg numerous times, causing lacerations requiring 50 stitches. Price: $10
Policeman and news media sued by woman after shooting brings malicious statements.
Lesly Gatheright, d/b/a, ABD Associates, is filing suit against Gary Swindle, of the Tyler, Texas police Department, Raycom Media and, KLTV Channel 7 News. The suit alleges Swindle made defamatory statements to media outlets, accusing plaintiff of “giving people money” and harassing witnesses to come forward regarding the killing of Terrance “Shaky” Raibon, who was killed by members of the Tyler police Department. Price: $10
Ex-PD detective sues Douglas Arizona for vindictive arrest after domestic violence incidents.
Roger Clark, a Former Douglas police Department Detective, is filing suit against the City of Douglas, Arizona, and Douglas police Officials for defamation, harassment, battery, abuse of process, and other claims. The suit alleges Clark was arrested, in violation of the Arizona Revised Statutes, following several domestic assault incidents at his home. The charges were later dropped due to vindictive prosecution by the County Attorney and he was reinstated and demoted to the position of patrol officer. Price: $10
Park Policeman sued for slamming girl into ground, breaking her teeth.
Alicia Haskell is filing suit against the United States of America, on behalf on James Edgar Littlejohn, alleging Park police Officer Littlejohn attacked Haskell and a group of friends. The suit alleges Littlejohn sprayed the group with pepper spray when then violently slammed Haskell into the sidewalk, breaking her upper front teeth. Littlejohn attempted to flee the scene before Metro D.C. police arrived. Price: $10
Seattle cops sued for assault and battery by demonstrators.
Lawrence Hildes, Karen Weil, Legrand Jones, and Wes Hamilton are filing suit against The City of Seattle, The Seattle police Department, the Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit, et al., for assault and battery, which occurred at a 6/03 demonstration to protest the Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit. Plaintiffs were protesting actions taking by the LEIU in gathering information on lawful activists. Plaintiffs were doused with chemical weapons, hit by rubber bullets, and beaten by police officers. Price: $10
Woman shot after police agitate gunman.
Scott Rilley, executor of the estate of Sarah Positano, deceased, and Susan Positano, and A. James Positano, of Ohio, are filing suit against Brimfield Township, County of Portage, Ohio, Brimfield Township Chief of police, and James Trimble, et al., alleging Sarah was taken hostage by Trimble and later killed by him, while the police waited outside her residence. Price: $10
Woman files suit after being sexually assaulted by employees of Kentucky Utilities.
Jenna Wade Brown, a Kentucky resident, is filing suit against Kentucky Utilities, Cracker-Barrel- All Country Store, Somerset police Department, Officer Stevens, Jr., Kentucky Commonwealth Attorney, and Pulaski County Attorney, after she was surrounded and sexually assaulted by eight male employees of defendant Kentucky Utilities. This was while she was working as a hostess for Cracker-Barrel. Plaintiff went to the police department to report the incident; Officer Stevens responded that she should consider the incident a compliment. Brown went to the Pulaski attorney after releasing that the police department would not assist her. The Pulaski attorney responded that there were lots of complaints against Kentucky Utilities employees and a liberal judge would dismiss the charges and she would receive no satisfaction by filing a complaint. Price: $10
Victim of alleged poor policing on Indian reservation sues USA.
Tyson Parisien is suing the United States of America and Gale Norton the Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for negligence arising from the Tribal police department failure to provide adequate police assistance to Tyson, resulting the oxygen deprivation of plaintiff's brain, causing serious and permanent injury. Plaintiff is a member of the Turtle Mountain of Chippewa Indian in North Dakota. Plaintiff's injuries occurred after a motor vehicle accident while he was pinned beneath a car in the water. Price: $10
DirecTV and Police Department sued for responding to hostage situation after installation men are stuckk at residence.
Julie Pyle, a Minnesota resident, is filing suit against DirecTV, The Savage police Department and the Scott County Sherifffs Department, et al., alleging she was having DirecTV installed in her home. The technicians took longer than expected due to a problem, after they left law enforcement officers arrived with their guns drawn. The officer brought her to the ground, believing she had held the technicians hostage at gun point. The technicianss manager apparently misunderstood the messageeweere stuck here,, as meaning the men were being held captive by the customer, so he called the police. Price: $10
Second woman sues Cricket after being assaulted by their security guard.
Coretta Steele is filing suit against the City of Memphis, Tennessee, City of Memphis police Department, Officer Griffin, and Cricket Communications, alleging he was physically assaulted by Griffin, a police officer working for Cricket at a security guard. The suit alleges Griffin places a single handcuff on plaintiff right wrist and then used to other cuff to swing plaintiff around inside the Cricket store. Price: $10
Crack-smoking man who was shot by officer sues New Orleans PD.
Michael Weaver is filing suit against the City of New Orleans and the New Orleans police Department, et al., alleging he was leaving his job at a bar in the French Quarter, he was in the process of smoking crack when a plain clothes police officer came up on plaintiff with his weapon drawn and instructed plaintiff to freeze. The officer instructed Weaver to freeze a second time and shot him in the chin. Weaver was hospitalized for 11 days and then charged with 1st degree attempted murder, resisting arrest, and procession of cocaine. The charges were later dropped. Price: $10
Police sued by couple who claim unreasonable search led to altercation.
Ernesto and Fermin Galvan Magata are filing suit against the West Sacramento police Department, The City of West Sacramento, officers James Reeder, Donald Schlie, and Justin Farrington, alleging plaintiff Ernesto was brutally beaten by police officer defendant. The suit alleges the plaintiffs were meeting in a park in the early morning hours when the officers approached them and searched Ernesto for weapons, during which plaintiff and defendants became involved in a physical altercation. Price: $10
Woman sues after being manhandled by cops.
Monique Dingle is filing suit against Maurice Scott, Stuart Emerman, Nancy Oliver, Brian Anderson, David Anderson, and James Anderson, all officers for the DC Metropolitan police Department, after she was assaulted and falsely arrested by defendants. Plaintiff and several of her friends were conversing on the street when two plain clothes officers approached her and informed her and her friends that the needed to move because they had received a noise complaint. At that time Dingle's cell phone rang and one of the officers grabbed her, twisted her arm behind her back, and slammed her into the police car. Price: $10
Kansas City Police sued for smashing woman's face into the ground during questioning.
Brittany Winston, a resident of Missouri, is filing suit against the City of Kansas City, Missouri and Karl Zobrist, police Commissioner, for excessive force, and assault and battery, alleging Winston's face was smashed into the floor, splitting her chin, by officers who forcibly restrained her for screaming "don't hurt my brother." The suit alleges plaintiff's brother had an altercation with the officers during questioning over a lost cell phone that plaintiff and her brother turned-in to the police. Price: $10
School police officer sued for knocking out female student with elbow smash.
Texas resident Carol Perez, as the next friend of Bianca Perez, a minor, is filing suit against Kenneth Edmiston, Chief of the Killeen Independent School District police Department, and the Killen Independent School District, et al., alleging plaintiff Bianca, a fourteen year old student, was shoved, elbow smashed, and knoced-out by Edmiston, a school police officer who lost his temper when another student was talking on a cell phone due to a family member's death. Price: $10
The City of La Mesa sued by man assaulted and beaten by police officers.
Gustavo Hernandez, a resident of California, is filing suit against the City of La Mesa and Officer of the La Mesa police Department, alleging he was assisting his family recover a car from the repossession facility. During the process the Hernandez family and the owners of the repo called to police. When plaintiff arrived he was approached by a Sergeant and ordered back into his car. At that point several officer attacked plaintiff, bringing him to the ground and beating him with their hands, elbows, fists, knees, and feet. Plaintiff suffered two ruptured eardrums and other injuries. He was handcuffed and arrested under the pretense of interfering with an officer. Price: $10
Convenience store clerk charged with intent to sell drug paraphernalia sues Knoxville PD.
Kamal Bushag and Marvet Emara, as the parents of Kareem Bushang, a minor, are filing suit against James Lockmiller, Joshua Hurst, Adam Moore as an officers with the Knoxville police Department, et al., for false arrest, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, and other claims. The suit alleges Kamal Bushag was arrested and charged with intent to sell drug paraphernalia after Knoxville police pulled over a woman who claimed the clerk at a convenience store, plaintiff, had sold her chore boy and glass pipes. Charges against both parties were dismissed after a hearing. Price: $10
Police sued after fatal shooting of man who was disarming himself.
Archie Porter, on behalf of The Estate of Charles Barnes decedent, is suing Prince George's County, Maryland; the county administrator, Jack Johnson; Corporal Brian Padgett, a police officer; and Melvin High; Padgett's police supervisor, for violations of the fourth, fifth, and fourteenth amendment. Decedent, Charles Barnes, a black male was shot and killed by Padgett, a white male, as he was putting his gun down on the sidewalk. Padgett was overly fearful of harm to himself. He had arrived on the scene alone and did not follow proper procedure of waiting for back up. Price: $10
Police Officer went crazy on shooting rampage, says suit.
Thomas Barksdale, Refael Valle, Giomarie Cardona, Dana Stewart, Charlotte Wallace on behalf of the estate of Deanita Smith, Nasha Harrobin, and Mia McSwain are filing suit against Bridgeport police Officer John Biehn, the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and the Bridgeport police Department, alleging Officer Biehn attacked residents of the Marina Village Apartment Complex during an drunken rampage. Biehn brandished his gun and shouted obscenities as he burst into people's apartments and began firing his handgun, breaking windows and terrorizing and threatening the residents. Price: $10
Numerous Maryland officials sued after man bleeds to death in carjack incident.
The Estate of Alex Dupigny, deceased, an African-American resident of Washington, D.C., is filing suit against Prince George's County, Maryland, County Executive Jack Johnson, The City of Cheverly, Mayor Julia Ann Mosley, Cheverly police Officer W. Seekford, and Prince George's County Chief of police Melvin C. High. The suit alleges defendant Seekford, an emergency responder, failed to render medical assistance to plaintiff, allowing him to bleed profusely until EMS arrived. Plaintiff was carjacked and shot in both legs by unknown assailants. When Seekford arrived on the scene he drew his weapon and ordered the resident applying pressure to the wounds to back away. Price: $10
County of Suffolk sued after cops rough woman up during arrest.
Anna Schultz, of New York, is filing suit against County of Suffolk, alleging she was attacked by the police during a groundless arrest. Price: $10
Best Buy sued by manager accused of stealing $600.
Michael Graham, a resident of Ohio, is suing Best Buy after it was falsely reported to police that plaintiff, a Best Buy area manager, had stolen more than $600 from defendant. Price: $10
Man sues Atlantic City after being hit on bicycle by police cruiser.
Howard Hurt, of New Jersey, is filing suit against Atlantic City, Officer Frank Timik, et al., alleging he was inured when his bicycle was struck by a police cruiser. Price: $10
Broward County Sheriff's Office sued by ma who was beaten during incarceration.
Steven Campbell, of Florida, is filing suit against Broward County Sheriff's Office, Ken Jenne, Al Lambert, et al., alleging he was beaten severely by the police after being incarcerated. Price: $10
Ohio cop sued by man who claims false arrest and brutality.
An Ohio man filed suit against a police officer who shot him twice with a Taser while effecting a groundless arrest. He alleges he ran as a result of a panic attack, and was not involved in criminal activity. Price: $10
Man sues cops after being beaten during DUI arrest.
Travis Mayer, of Kansas, is filing suit against Gary Steed and Jon Gill, alleging he was beaten severely after refusing to take a Breathalyzer test. He had tried to escape on foot after being stopped by police. Price: $10
Man sues NJ Transit Corporation after being arrested at hotel concert and roughed up.
Paul Friedman, of New York, is filing suit against Borgata Hotel, New Jersey Transit Corporation, et al., alleging he was roughed up by police when he was arrested at a concert and then subsequently taken to the bus depot, without his shirt or shoes. Price: $10
Well blowout forces road closure, causing loss on income to business owners, investors.
TS&C Investments, of Louisiana, is filing suit against Beusa Energy, alleging a well blowout forced police to close a portion of highway, causing loss of income and opportunity to defendants and those similarly situated. Price: $10
Detroit cops search man's home, trash house while waiting for documents pertaining to home sale.
Ronald Ellison, of Michigan, is filing suit against Denise Balinski, Ella Bully-Cummings and the City of Detroit, alleging he was harassed by the police after he sold a property to an individual who rented it to another couple. Price: $10
Man sues Town of Hamden, CT, after being beaten, Tazed, and bitten by police dog.
Charles White, of Connecticut, is filing suit against Anthony Diaz, Town of Hamden, et al., alleging he was alleging he was beaten, Tazed and bitten by a police dog during an arrest in the afternoon. Price: $10
Man sues after hees arrested due to rental carrs being involved in crime.
Edward Henry, of New Mexico, is filing suit against Hertz Claim Management and Raymond Schultz, Chief of police, alleging he was roughed up during a traffic stop, when the officers determined the vehicle he was driving had been stolen. Price: $10
Woman sues after being attacked by K-9 unit.
Kentucky resident Virginia Brock is filing suit against Todd Bone and the City of Columbia, Tennessee, alleging she was attacked by Columbia police Department canine unit dog. Price: $10
San Juan Tribal Police sued for making man during arrest.
Susan Cordova, of New Mexico, is filing suit against USA, Pueblo of San Juan, San Juan Tribal police and Officers Gutierrez and Nelson, alleging he was maced and roughed up during an arrest for no reason. Price: $10
USA sued by guest who tripped at Newport Naval Station.
Rhode Island resident Elizabeth Scott is filing suit against The United States of America, alleging she was at the Newport Naval Station for a fireworks display when she tripped near the police station. Price: $10
Michigan cops sued for beating man's head against cruiser.
Travion German, of Michigan, is filing suit against Detective Darren McAllister and Detective McQuarrie, alleging defendants slammed his head into their police car after confronting him as he stood alongside a roadway. Price: $10
Man sues City of Chicago over excessive force arrest.
Andre Wilson, of Illinois, is filing suit against City of Chicago, et al., alleging he was falsely arrested by Chicago police who used excessive force during the arrest. Then he claims they concocted false charges. Price: $10
NYC sued by woman who was hit by cop on horseback.
Patricia Mark, of New York, is filing suit against City of New York and Detective Riley, alleging she was by a NYC police officer who was mounted on horseback, and has virtually lost the use of her right arm due to unsuccessful surgeries to repair it. Price: $10
Policeman files suit after office chair breaks, causing injury.
Dennis McClain is filing suit against HON Company, the maker of the office chair at the Newark, Ohio police department which broke and caused McClain to fall backward on his back, neck, and head. Price: $10
Deputies assault woman during arrest.
Sonrisa Gonzales, of New Mexico, is filing suit against James Nissen and Clifton Coleman, both employees of Santa Fe Sheriff's Department, alleging Nissen crushed her hand while she was handcuffed after a police stop. Price: $10
Man arrested after hitting parked cars after losing control of car. Cops said he was drunk.
Desmond James, of Illinois, is filing suit against Chicago police Officers T. X. Oates and B. A. Warchol, alleging he was arrested for DUI after losing control of his car while driving. He was arrested in a beauty salon near the scene of his accident. Price: $10
Man sues USA after criminal investigation based on fabricated evidence.
Michael White, an officer for the Maryland State police, is filing suit against the United States of America, after their Deputy Wright fabricated evidence to launch a criminal investigation into plaintiff and auto dealership salvage activity. Price: $10
Man alleges he was threatened by campus police before deposition testimony.
Christopher Jackson, of Louisiana, is filing suit against Board of Supervisors of Southern University A&M College, Albert Earnest, et al., alleging he was roughed up by campus police and threatened not to testify at a deposition for SUNO dual enrollment program. Price: $10
Couple sues Sears for harassment/arrest.
Dante Boyle and Gazelle Burke-Randon, of North Carolina, are filing suit against Sears Roebuck & Company, alleging they were harassed by police after being reported by an employee of Sears that they were using fraudulent credit cards. Price: $10
Man sues cops after being stabbed during questioning.
Galdino Mora, of Indiana, is filing suit against City of Washington, Indiana, Steve Mize, Todd Church, et al., alleging he was stabbed while being questioned by a police officer who made him go the a parking lot, where his assailant was waiting. Price: $10
Stalker Radar alleges infringement of patent for police traffic radar allowing rejection of incorrect data.
Applied Concept, dba Stalker Radar, is filing suit against Kustom Signals, alleging infringement of their patent for police traffic radar for allowing manual rejection of incorrect patrol speed display. Price: $10
Man sues after public arrest and parade to police car in his neighborhood.
Joseph Harvey, of New York, is filing suit against The City of New York, New York Department of police, Officer Matteo Brattesani, et al., alleging he was arrested without reason and held for seven days before being released. Price: $10
Nurse arrested on bogus charges after run-in with female cops in hospital.
Donald Hinton, of Maryland, is filing suit against Marcia Slaughter and Shawnee Nowlin, alleging he was unlawfully arrested after telling two police officers that they could not sit on chairs or hang around in the hallway of the hospital, where they were guarding a prisoner who needed medical care. Price: $10
Man sues after being beaten in lot next to sheriff's office.
Stephen Bateman, of North Carolina, is filing suit against the Town of Columbia and Daryl Liverman, alleging they were jumped and assaulted by a large group of men. When the police were called, they refused to investigate the incident, although none of the deputies had been beaten in the same area two weeks before. Price: $10
Man sues Philadelphia police after being injured in bogus raid.
Christopher Robinson is filing suit against the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and numerous police officers after a raid on his apartment. During the raid he was threatened with violence and forced to fall from a porch roof. He was not arrested and there were no weapons found. Price: $10
Essential Freight Systems sued when trucker hits and runs.
Philip Ledig, of Louisiana, is filing suit against National Interstate Insurance, James McCentee and Essential Freight Systems, alleging McCentee crossed lanes and hit 3 vehicles before taking off. He was stopped by a police officer later. Price: $10
Man sues Plainfield,Indiana after being roughed up during traffic stop.
Michael Ross, of Indiana, is filing suit against Plainfield, Indiana, and police Officer Jason Wilson, alleging he was roughed up during a traffic stop by the officer, who threw him to the ground after he was handcuffed. Price: $10
Texas man sues AMTRAK for false arrest.
Texas resident James Bourgeois, is filing suit against the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, d/b/a, AMTRAK, after he was falsely arrested by AMTRAK police while taking pictures of Amtrak trains at defendant's New Orleans station. Price: $10
Man sues Canon for falsely accusing him of theft and arranging eBay sting.
Michael Nelson, of Washington, is filing suit against Canon USA, alleging he was falsely accused of selling demonstration gear sold to him by Cannon. The sale on eBay was set up by Seattle police who arrested him and impounded the lens in question, rendering his video equipment worthless. Price: $10
US Express and truck driver sued by woman who was hit by truck.
Lisa Greene, a Texas resident, is filing suit against U.S. Express and Lisa police, the truck driver who struck plaintiff's Ford Taurus, causing plaintiff to sustain severe injuries. Price: $10
Man arrested in Maryland on bogus New Jersey warrants.
Maurice Johnson and Kelly Lucas, of Delaware, are filing suit against City of Newark and Newark police Department, alleging Maurice was arrested and detained in Maryland on an arrest warrant that was false. Price: $10
Las Vegas police sue driver who ran into police officer.
Las Vegas police Department is filing suit against Jeff Bane and Brian Meyer, alleging one of their officers was injured by Meyer, who drove his truck into the officer after he pulled up alongside defendant's truck. Price: $10
Police sued by man they called a pedophile.
Thomas Murray is filing suit against the Town of Thomaston, Connecticut, alleging that the town's police officers ignored his legitimate complaints of abuses of minors in the area, publicly labeled plaintiff as a pedophile, and ignored his pleased for emergency medical attention. Price: $10
Cop sues to purchase service credit.
Kevin Herbert, a Michigan resident, is filing suit against the City of Novi for age discrimination, alleging Herbert, a 50-year-old police sergeant, was wrongfully denied approval to purchase service credit needed to satisfy retirement requirements due to his age. Price: $10
Cops begin fracas when family walks out of bar with cup in hand.
Jason Herbert, Kevin Herbert and Madeline Herbert, of New Jersey, are filing suit against City of Philadelphia, police Officer William Gress, Jr., et al., alleging a routine encounter escalated into a disturbance involving three officers and the family. Price: $10
Home Depot sued for terminated employee who caught shoplifter.
Kyle Foust, a resident of Okalahoma, is filing suit against The Home Depot, alleging plaintiff was terminated from his employment at Home Depot after helping a store manager and a police officer apprehend a shoplifter. Price: $10
Idaho city sued after man is shot in the chest for pointing can of deodorant at cops.
Anna Sanchez, for her son, Max, is filing suit against City of Chubbuck, Richard Webb, Cliff Cummings, Farley Merica and Randy Severe, alleging his father was shot by police who mistook a ca of deodorant for a pistol when they went to his house to confront him for failing to report to his parole officer. Price: $10
City of Frederick, WV sued after man is beaten and then falsely arrested at bar.
Gregory Robertson, of West Virginia, is filing suit against City of Frederick, Christopher Jensen, Kimberly Tobin and Frederick police Department, alleging he was assaulted, kicked in the head, stabbed with a gh heeled shoe, and then falsely arrested after an incident in a bar Price: $10
Rhode Island policeman sued for assaulting sisters.
Sandra Connor is filing suit against the City of Providence, Rhode Island and Providence police Officer Stephen Dicarlo, alleging that she and her sister were assaulted by Dicarlo at a Providence nightclub. Price: $10
Motorcycle rider blows out cop's ears by revving engine.
Clayton Nakamura, of Hawaii, is filing suit against Gregory Holsclaw, et al., alleging Holsclaw damaged Nakamura's ears when he revved his motorcycle excessively while stopped by Nakamura, a civilian police officer. Price: $10
Cop sues woman for breaking his finger during attempted arrest.
Chicago police officer Paul Meagher is filing suit against Illinois resident Brenda Mitchell for battery, alleging Mitchell broke his finger when she attempted to prevent him from entering a home to rescue an abducted minor and arrest the criminal kidnapper. Price: $10
West Virginia cops sued for using excess force.
Richard Hart and Lila Hart, both of West Virginia, are filing suit against Ted Maston, Sgt. Templeton, Chief William Stull, Pleasants County Sherifffs Department and the City of St. Maryys, alleging the police used excess force when they arrested him for obstructing an officer. Price: $10
Man loses vision after being arrested on bogus shoplifting charge.
Joseph Breeding, a resident of Nevada, is filing suit against Walgreen Co., et al., for defamation, negligence, and other claims, alleging defendants called the police after an employee said plaintiff was a known shoplifter. Breeding, a diabetic, was arrested and suffered a vitreous hemorrhage, causing him to lose his vision. Price: $10
Eagle Point sued for allowing staff members to beat boy.
Wendy Smith, of Mississippi, on behalf of JM, is filing suit against Mississippi Security police, Bethel Boys Academy, Eagle Point Christian Academy, et al., alleging her son was physically assaulted by members of the staff, who kicked and beat him. Price: $10
Woman sues after being assaulted, arrested, and detained by cops.
Maria Beltran, of Illinois, is filing suit against Glendale Heights police Officers Zachary Pugh, Mark Guerrero and the Village of Gledale Heights, alleging she was manhandled and knocked to the ground by Officer Pugh during a bogus arrest. Price: $10
NYC and NY cop, sued for assault on man at Department of Homeless Services.
Wayne Beckford, of New York, is filing suit against City of New York Department of Homeless Services, and Officer Payne, alleging he was assaulted by Payne, a police officer. Price: $10
Cop on reservation hits car, causing fatal wreck.
A South Dakota woman living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation sued the USA, the agency contracted to provide law enforcement services to the area. She alleges that the police chased after the decedent's car, and struck it, causing him to lose control and crash. His injuries led to his death. The suit claims negligence. Price: $10
Man sues after losing teaching job to bogus inappropriate conduct charge.
Thomas Tacheny, D. Ed., is filing suit against Kuemper Catholic School System, Diocese of Sioux City, Kevin Vickery, et al., alleging he was terminated from his job as a teacher due to a false complaint of inappropriate behavior by a foreign exchange student. This charge was declared false by police. Price: $10
House burns from flash bang device, killing girl, alleges suit.
Rex Lane, on behalf of Samantha Lane, of Ohio, is filing suit against Highland County Sheriff's Office, et al., alleging Samantha died from smoke inhalation when police threw a flash bang device into a house to chase her and her lover from the home. Price: $10
Freeport Police Department sued for falsely reporting son's death to family.
Matthew Williams, of Illinois, is filing suit against Stephenson's County Coroner's Office, Freeport police Department and Stephenson County Sheriff's Office, alleging they were told their son was found dead, but it was someone else. Price: $10
USA sued by Post Exchange employee falsely arrested by military police.
Irma Townes, a resident of Texas, is filing suit against The United States of America, alleging she was falsely arrested for stealing $12 earrings by military police in front of friends and co-workers at the Fort Bliss Post Exchange. As a result of the incident plaintiff lost her job at the exchange. Price: $10
Man sues Citizen's Bank after he is accused of passing bad check and is detained.
Carlton Cummings, of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against Citizens Bank, alleging he was improperly locked in the security doors after a customer passed a bad check. After the police were called, it was determined it was not Cummings who passed the check. Price: $10
Woman sued for harassing her widowed mother.
Eleanor Stephens, of Missouri, is filing suit against Melanie Stephens, alleging Melanie has waged a campaign of abuse and harassment against her 87 year-old mother, complaining to social services and police about her mother's condition. Price: $10
Man says Suffolk County policeman hit and beat him during arrest.
James Masten, of New York, is filing suit against County of Suffolk, Keith Murphy and Suffolk County police Department, alleging he was attacked and beaten during an arrest and after his arrest while in jail. He was hit and punched repeatedly. Price: $10
Man sues Harrison County, MS after sheriffs "teach him a lesson" by beating him during incarceration.
Larry McDugald, of Mississippi, is filing suit against Harrison County Mississippi, Sheriff George Payne, Captain Rick Gaston, et al., alleging he was severely beaten while in the custody of the Harrison County police. Price: $10
Woman shot by man who had been arrested, but was allowed to stay in the same room.
Deborah Grinton, for the estate of Shameka Grant, et al., is filing suit against Cityof Anniston police Department, Renzyne Coffer, Chief John Dryden, et al., alleging Coffer was allowed to enter the same room as Grant after he was arrested for domestic battery. He then killed her. Price: $10
Police Sniper shoots suicidal veteran after he points gun at officer.
Muriel Dean, surviving spouse of James Dean, Elaine Faust and Joseph Dean, of Maryland, are filing suit against Timothy Cameron, Christopher Morley, et al., alleging James was shot by a police sniper after he had an outburst of disorderly behavior. Price: $10
NYPD sued over shooting death of unarmed man.
The Public Administrator of Queens County, on behalf of the estate of David Guzman, deceased, is filing suit against The City of New York, New York police Officer, Andrius Bagdziunas, and Sgt. Brian Connolly, for the wrongful shooting death of Guzman, an unarmed man, by NYPD officers. Price: $10
Man files suit after being falsely accused of hitting his wife.
New York resident Nathaniel Bostic is fling suit against The City of Birmingham, New York and the City of Birmingham police Department for allegedly filing affidavits charging plaintiff with willfully and maliciously slapping his wife and criminal contempt. Price: $10
Woman says cops broke her arm after she asked them to leave her home.
Celeste Palmer, of Kentucky, is filing suit against City of Covington, Officer Mark Richardson, Officer Corey Warner and City of Covington, alleging her arm was twisted until it was broken by police who had responded to her call for a non-violent domestic dispute. Price: $10
Man sues USA after serving 13 years for jewelry heist he did not commit.
Paul Courteau, an inmate residing in New Jersey, is filing suit against the United States of America, seeking more than $20 million in compensation for over 13 years served for a jewelry store robbery. The suit alleges a postal inspector falsely informed police that he had received information that plaintiff was involved in the crime. Price: $10
Man sues TV station over libelous statements.
Tennessee resident Lesly Gatheright, individually and dba ABD Associates is filing suit against Gary Swindle, Raycom Media, and KLTV Channel 7 News, alleging defendants made false, libelous statements about plaintiff and his efforts to ascertain the facts surrounding the death of a man killed by the Tyler, Texas police Department. Price: $10
Employee sues after being fired for releasing names of criminals.
Jennifer Bandurchin is suing Staples The Office Superstore East for wrongful termination, after Bandurchin was fired for violating the employee non-disclosure agreement when she exposed the names of shippers of stolen electronics to Maryland police. The shippers mailed between 150 to 200 packages a week, some weighing about 50 pounds. Price: $10
Lieutenant injured during terrorism training class sues Homeland Security.
David Walker, a resident of Indiana, is filing suit against The United States of America, alleging Walker, an Indianapolis Metropolitan police Department lieutenant, was injured while he was being handcuffed during a role playing portion of a terrorism training session sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security. Price: $10
Woman sues bank after being investigated by cops.
Carrier Miller is suing the Premier Bank after she was investigated by Kansas police after filing a loan application with defendants. Miller stated to defendant's loan officer that she had lost her security card and she had only been working self-employed for one year, and only had tax returns for the previous year. Price: $10
Man sues after being forcefully ejected and arrested at town meeting.
Louis Krueper, Sr., of Indiana, is filing suit against Dorothy Snyder, Town of Roseland, Indiana, Mike Howell and Roseland police Department, alleging he was improperly arrested at a Roseland town meeting because he disagreed with the chairwoman's views. Price: $10
San Diego County, CHPS sued for shooting man to death after chase.
Arlene Medina and Robert Medina, of California, are filing suit against San Diego County, Karla Taft, California Highway Patrol, et al., alleging Robert was shot to death by police officers after he refused to stop for a traffic violation. He was unarmed and his car had three flat tires. Price: $10
Employer lied to get ex-employee arrested, says suit.
Tommie Fitzhugh is suing Ferguson Enterprise for negligence, defamation, and intentional infliction of emotional distress by making false statements to the Prince George County Maryland police Department. These alleged falsehoods resulted in Fritzhugh's arrest for the theft and burglary of defendant's property. Plaintiff was a former employee of defendant. Price: $10
Woman claims infant son was roughed up by NY cops.
Norma Diaz is filing a lawsuit against the City of New York on behalf on her son Martin Anthony Diaz, an infant. The suit alleges that Martin was assaulted and violently seized by police officers of the city of New York. Price: $10
Northwest University guard strikes woman, injuring her eye.
Amelia Goldberg is suing Northwestern University intentional trauma hits, discrimination, negligence, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and assault following an accident where Goldberg was hit multiple times in the eye by a NU police Sergeant, causing her to become permanently blind. A copy of this lawsuit is only $20. For a copy, Price: $10
Kankakee cop sued for brutally beating minor during arrest.
Donna Molina, as mother of Leticia Molina, is filing suit against City of Kankakee, Kankakee police Department and Deann Regas, alleging Regas brutally beat Leticia, resulting in bruises and lacerations to her face. Price: $10
USA sued by reservation resident shot by stray police bullet that entered the wall of his home.
Roy Anderson, a resident of the Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota, is filing suit against the United States of America, alleging he was shot in the shoulder by a bullet that entered the wall of his home, fired by a Red Lake police officer. The officers were firing at two other residents of plaintifffs home that were fleeing from a traffic stop due to warrants. Price: $10
Police department sued by widow of man who died while under arrest.
Evangeline C'Hair is filing suit against the United States of America and the U.S. Department of the Interior on behalf of her husband, Robert C'Hair, deceased. The suit alleges that C'Hair died from pneumonia while in defendant's care at the Wind Rive police Department Jail in Wyoming. Price: $10
NYPD sued for using excessive force during false arrest.
Imane Rebbouh is filing suit against the City of New York and the New York City police Department, alleging NYPD officers used excessive force and broke down many doors to gain access to Rebbouh's apartment, without a warrant. Rebbouh was assaulted and falsely held for over an hour. Price: $10
Four Philadelphia cops sue lawyer for defamation.
Thomas Liciardello, Brian Reynolds, Reginald Graham, and Jeffrey Walker, officers of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania police Department are suing a Philadelphia lawyer, Michael Pileggi, for defamation. Pileggi has been representing drug dealers in frivolous lawsuits against the plaintiffs, alleging malicious prosecution and civil rights violations. Price: $10
Detroit Police Officer sued for beating up man arrested for domestic violence.
Nichols Reynolds, a resident of Michigan, is filing suit against Detroit police Officer Darryl Randall for assault and battery and other claims, alleging plaintiff was choked and violently assaulted while be was being processed on a domestic violence arrest by Randall, who said "I hate bitch ass niggers like you that beat on women, I'm a street nigger, I'll beat your ass." Price: $10
T.J. Maxx sued by customer arrested for shoplifting while standing in line.
Nitlin Galkwad, a resident of South Carolina, is filing suit against TJX Companies, dba, T.J. Maxx for defamation and malicious prosecution, alleging Galkwad was accused of stealing while standing in line waiting to pay. The suit alleges he was escorted to the back of the store and then police were called and plaintiff was paraded through the store handcuffed. Price: $10
Man sues cops after alleged beating in New York City.
Braulio Garcia, a resident of New York, filed suit against The City of New York, the New York City police Department, and three policemen. He alleges that they willfully and recklessly struck plaintiff with their fists, kicked him and struck him with their nightsticks. This occurred while effecting a “false arrest” on him, in violation of his civil liberties. Price: $10
Elderly man sues after being roughed up by Mississippi policeman.
Francis Drake is filing suit against the City of Pearl, Mississippi and Pearl police Officers William Slade, Mark Mooney, and Brian Ellis. The suit alleges defendant Mooney used excessive force and maliciously prosecuted plaintiffs, believing that the elderly dementia sufferer had failed to yield the right of way to him. Price: $10
Target sued for unlawfully detaining suspected shoplifter.
Kimberly Pinder, a resident of Maryland, is filing suit against Target for false imprisonment, assault and battery, and other claims. The suit alleges a cashier Pinder knew rang up a $44 video tape for only $0.99. Plaintiff was detained by the store until a police office arrived. When the officer arrived she was given a refund for the $.99 and released without charges. Price: $10
Man injured when cop forces him to sit while handcuffed.
Andrew Kent, a Missouri resident, is filing suit against Brian Gordon, a police officer of the Springfield, Missouri PD, and the City of Springfield Missouri, alleging Gordon used a foot sweep and bear hug techniques to make Kent sit down while he was handcuffed. Price: $10
Police sued for beating disabled vet who ws handcuffed.
Terry Wilson is filing suit against the City of Warren, Ohio, Officer Hynes, and Officer John Doe, et al., alleging fourth and fourteenth amendment violations after he was beaten on the head, legs, back, and face with a night stick while on the ground and handcuffed. Wilson, a disabled vet, became intoxicated at a bar and the barmaid called the police after they had an argument about Wilson's tab. Price: $10
Woman sues USA, tribal police after being roughed up during arrest.
Donna Pablo, a Montana resident, is filing suit against the United States of America, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, Flathead Reservation tribal police, and Jeffrey Folsom, for unjustifiable use of force. The suit alleges defendant Folsom was in the process of handcuffing her when he suddenly threw her to the ground and landed on top of her with the full weight of his body. Price: $10
Intelius and IntelliSense sued for providing inaccurate background report to prospective employer.
James Smith, a resident of Texas, is filing suit against IntelliSense and Intelius, alleging defendants provided a false background report to FedEx for James Smith, , alleging Smith was a convicted felon guilty of damaging the police department and FedEx. Price: $10
Man sues after police pull him over and shoot him in the head.
Jason Zavala, a Texas resident, is filing suit against the City of Natalia, Texas, police Chief Ernie Rice, and Officer Michael Anthony Castillo, alleging that Castillo pulled over plaintiff's vehicle, without probable cause, then stated that the vehicle had a headlight out, and shot plaintiff in the head. Price: $10
Small cop shoots larger woman after she resists arrest and assaults him.
Alex Harriet, personal representative of the estate of Alyssa Harriet, of Wyoming, is filing suit against the State of Wyoming, Sam Powell, and Trooper Paul Brunner, alleging Alyssa was shot to death by Brunner after she resisted arrest and began clubbing him with his police baton, which she had managed to grab. Price: $10
Man sues police after being allegedly mistakenly arrested and assaulted.
Jason Thornton is filing suit against Officer Ronald White of the Cleveland, Ohio police department for false imprisonment and battery. Thornton alleges that he was in the midst of a large group of kids when a fight broke out. Thornton ran away from the fight. White stopped plaintiff, grabbed him and slammed his face into the sidewalk. Price: $10
Father sues after son beaks leg escaping shoplifting charge.
Arkansas resident Doug Chavis is suing Site Oil Company, on behalf of his minor son Arthur Chavis. The suit alleges Arthur put a can of soda in his pocket while he was shopping in defendant's convenience store. The clerk accused Arthur of shop lifting and called the police. The young teenager panicked and ran, breaking his leg when he attempted to jump a fence. Price: $10
VA police and supervisor sued by VA Nurse falsely arrested.
Linda Lewis-Giles, a resident of North Carolina, is filing suit against Andre Green, a VA police Officer, and Gerard Ousley, plaintiff’s supervisor, for false arrest, malicious prosecution, assault and battery, and slander, alleging Giles was handcuffed and arrested without cause after a short incident where a VA patient started shouting and complained that Giles had reminding them about the 911 system. Price: $10
Hoboken city and police sued over parking revenue and software.
Robotic Parking Systems and Robotic Service, of Florida, are filing suit against City of Hoboken, Hoboken police Department, David Roberts, John Corea, et al., alleging defendants have infringed on his software for operating parking garages and their maintenance. He further claims they have hacked his software and locked him out of his office. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by customer arrested for trying to cash money orders.
Nitra Gipson, a resident of Texas, is filing suit against Wal-Mart Stores, et al., alleging Gipson was unlawfully detained and arrested by Houston police Officers after attempting to cash five money orders, totaling $4,000 dollars, which Wal-Mart employees assumed were fake. The suit alleges plaintiff lost her job because she was denied bail and was not taken before a magistrate. Price: $10
Frat boys turn violent after repeatedly being reported to police for loud parties.
Annette White, of Alabama, is filing suit against Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, alleging the fraternity engaged in a pattern of harassment and loud parties after they moved into the home next to hers. Their loud music made her lose sleep and forced her to report the fraternity to the police numerous times. Angry members of the group vandalized her home and car, allegedly. Price: $10
Woman sues Cricket after being assaulted by their security guard.
Christina Martin is filing suit against the City of Memphis, Tennessee, City of Memphis police Department, officer Thomas Griffin, and Cricket Communications, alleging she was verbally and physically assaulted by Officer Griffin, who was working as a security guard at a Cricket store. Price: $10
NYC and cops sued by man who claims he was unlawfully attacked by undercover police.
Kenneth Perez is filing suit against The City of New York and New York City police Officers Caggia, Mandel, and John Does 1-4 after he was unlawfully attacked and assaulted by undercover officer Caggia and defendants. Perez was rendered unconscious when he was struck by defendant's metal radio, while lawfully in front of a Staten Island premises. Price: $10
Puerto Rico cops sued for using excessive force in arrest.
Janette Natal Feliciano is filing suit against Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and Officer Wilfredo Jiminez Ramos, alleging defendants used excessive force to arrest and unlawfully detain plaintiff. Feliciano alleges Ramos, a traffic cop, directed her to proceed, but she was stopped shortly after by a police officer who alleged Ramos had instructed her to stop. Price: $10
Military wife sues for abduction and false arrest.
Hawaii resident and military wife Yashika Boyd is filing suit against AMR Housing, military family housing, military police officer Timothy Harding, and U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld Her suit alleges she was assaulted and falsely arrested by defendant Harding while residing at the AMR while her husband was in Afghanistan. Price: $10
Man sues Plymouth Township after falling through hole in floor during hostage-situation enactment.
Roy Hart is filing suit against The Charter Township of Plymouth, Michigan, and the Plymouth Township Chief of police, et al., alleging he was volunteering to assist in a hostage situation enactment when he stepped in a large hole cut in the floor of the second story covered by plywood. Hart fell 12 feet, suffering a hematoma in the brain, compression fractures of the spine, and multiple broken ribs. Price: $10
Mother, daughter killed when family car hit head-on by man on wrong side of road.
Robert Kalmbach, Sr., individually and as representative of the estate of May Kalmbach, Gary Kalmbach, Kevin Kalmbach, and the estate of Amanda Kalmbach, all of Idaho, are filing suit against James Hill and the Oregon State police, alleging May and Amanda were killed in an accident caused by Hill, who was driving on the wrong side of the highway. Price: $10
Blue Sky Lounge sued by under age patron who broke ankle in drunken assault.
Karolina Fedoryszak is filing suit against Clear Blue Sky, dba, Blue Sky Lounge and Bar, et al., a New Jersey corporation, alleging plaintiff broke her ankle after she was shoved off of the sidewalk in front of defendant's premises by intoxicated individuals. The suit alleges defendant did not call the police to control the situation because they were serving under-age patrons, including plaintiff, and employed under-age persons as bouncers. Price: $10
Port Smith PD sued by estate of woman killed by stray bullets.
Dontrea Simpson, on behalf of the estate of Olivia Stewart, deceased, is filing suit against the City of Port Smith, Arkansas and the Fort Smith police Department, et al., for deprivation of civil rights under the U.S.C., alleging decedent Stewart was shot and killed by stray bullets discharged into an apartment complex in a heavily populated area by officer pursuing a fleeing attempted robbery suspect. Price: $10
Bar hopper sued for backing into cop car during traffic stop.
Glen Volkman, of Mississippi, is filing suit against Timothy Palmer and Willis Holloway, Jr., alleging defendant Palmer was driving defendant Holloway's car after an evening of bar hopping. When the plaintiff, a policeman, followed the driver, the driver stopped and backed into the police car, injuring plaintiff. Defendant was allegedly drunk at the time. Price: $10
Undercover cop beaten by FBI during buy and bust.
Michael Alberti, a detective with the New York City police Department, is filing suit against the United States of America, The U.S. Department of Justice, The Federal Bureau of Investigators, and the City of New York, alleging he was conducting a buy and bust between 5th and 6th Avenues in Kings when he was attacked and beaten by members of the FBI, Joint Bank Robbery Task Force, Department of Justice, and the NYPD. Price: $10
High Definition.Net sues Rive Gauche Entertainment Television for failing to producing fees for TV series.
High Definition.Net., a California corporation, is filing suit against Rive Gauche Entertainment Television for copyright infringement and breach of contract, alleging Rive Gauche failed to pay plaintiff over $400,000 to produce a series of police-chase television programs, including "Why They Run" and "Nowhere to Run." Rive Gauche also licensed third-party distribution agreements without plaintiff's authorization. Price: $10
Man assaulted and falsely arrested by off-duty office.
Dennis Medina is filing suit against James Coady, a Brockton police Officer, and the City of Brockon, Massachusetts, et al., alleging Medinaas son was accosted by Coady while driving past his house on the way to school. Medina came to the scene and sent his son on his way to school. Coady was shouting and cursing the entire time. He arrested Medina for trespassing and threatened, keep flapping your fucking mouthing and IIll dream up some more chargess? Price: $10
Woman sues store for false arrest, after paying belatedly.
The Shoe Show of Rocky Mount, Inc., of Arkansas, is filing suit against Adesuwa Edogun and Harold Dawson, alleging defendant stole a pair of shoes from the plaintiff's store. Upon being aware that the store had alerted the police to the theft, defendant Edogun returned to the store and paid for the item. She used the receipt from that purchase to get out of her criminal trial, then sued plaintiff for false arrest. Price: $10
Plainview, Texas sued by family of man who was shot to death by cop.
Carmen Ceballos, individually and as representative of the estate of Jose Ceballos, deceased, Luiz Reyes, individually and as guardian of A.R., a minor child, are filing suit against William Bridgewater, Jose Porras, William Mull, City of Plainview and John Anderson, alleging Jose was shot and killed by an officer with the Plainview police department. Price: $10
Cops shoot suicidal woman with bean bag. She shoots herself in the face.
Carolyn Simmons is filing suit against the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office and the City of Port Allen police Department. Defendants were called to intervene in a situation where Simmons locked herself in the bathroom and threatened suicide. Simmons accidentally shot herself in the shoulder area when officers shot her with a bean bag and she lost control of the gun. Simmons lost an arm and suffered injuries to her face and chin. Price: $10
Santa fe County sued after man is found hanging in his jail cell.
Elsie Martinez, individually and as personal representative of the estate of Michael Martinez, is filing suit against Management and Training Corporation, Board of County Commissioners of Santa Fe County, alleging Michael was found hanging from a light fixture after being arrested for a host of charges including aggravated assault and battery on a peace officer as well as aggravated fleeing from a police officer. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by man for false arrest.
Corey Long is suing Wal-Mart Associates seeking damages for injuries sustained at a Spartanburg, South Carolina Wal-Mart when Long was stopped by a Wal-Mart employee and detained in a side room with a police officer. Long was physically searched and all of the information in Long's cell phone was reviewed. Once it was confirmed that Long had paid for all of his items, he was instructed to leave by the side door and never come back or he would be arrested. Price: $10
Man sues after veteran's pharmacist pushes panic button.
Florida resident and Vietnam veteran Johnnie Fortune is filing suit against The U.S.A., The Depart of Veteran Affairs, and Officers Craig Gilbert, Jason McGinnis, James Atkinson, and Carlton Hooker. The suit alleges he was assaulted and battered by defendants after the VA pharmacist pressed the panic button and told police that there was a threat on someone's life. This was after Fortune used profanity in a phone call to his wife, complaining about the two hour wait to get his medications. . Price: $10
PA State Police and Richland Township sued for arresting the wrong man in undercover cocaine sting.
David Arthur is filing suit against Richland Township, a Pennsylvania political subdivision, and the Pennsylvania State police, et al., alleging Arthur was false arrested on charges of selling crack cocaine to undercover officers eight months before. The suit alleges defendants incorrectly identified plaintiff as an individual named Indian,, even through he has never used the nickname Indian, does not have the first name Dean, and lives at a differed address, on a different street than supplied by the informant. Price: $10
Hattiesburg Mississippi sued by estate of man shot in back by police officer.
Mattie Body, on behalf of Diamond Washing, a minor heir to the estate of Ronald Young, deceased, is filing suit against the City of Hattiesburg, Mississippi and police Officer John Doe for wrongful death, deprivation of civil rights, and negligent training and supervision, alleging decedent was walking on the street when John Doe approached him to make a field contract report. The officer eventually beat decedent and shot him in the back. Price: $10
Suit filed over unlawful copies of student identification kit.
Student Lifeline, a New York corporation, is filing suit against New York residents and public officials, Hugh Farley, Elizabeth Little, and New York Senator Raymond Meier, et al. The suit alleges that defendants unlawfully reproduced and distributed unlawfully copies of plaintiff's Private Child ID Kit, an informational publication for providing identifying information about a child to local authorities, school, and police officials. Price: $10
Suit alleges abuse of daughter at hands of foster father.
Dean and Taren Masoud are filing suit against the County of San Joaquin, California, The City of Stockton, and members of the Stockton police department, after plaintiffs' two young children were taken to foster homes when an ER doctor reported that plaintiff's daughter had a suspicious break in her leg. The suit alleges that when the children were in foster care, their young daughter slept in bed with the father at the foster family. Price: $10
Man sues after being falsely arrested while leaving Sears restroom.
Jose Rivera-Mercado is suing Sears Roebuck de Puerto Rico and Plaza las Americas seeking monetary damages for injuries sustained as a result of defendant's negligence and reckless conduct in instructing police in San Juan to arrest all customer exiting the restroom operated by Sears because they had received customer complaints about unknown males using the restrooms for sexual encounters, causing Rivera-Marcado to be falsely arrested for indecent exposure. Price: $10
Man arrested for withdrawal sues Commerce Bank.
Ivan Green is filing suit against Commerce Bank and the Borough of Brookhaven, PA, alleging Green refinanced his home and deposited the $38,000 check in his bank account. Three days later, after the check cleared, Green attempted to withdrawal 30,000. Instead the branch's assistant manager called the police and Green was arrested and charged with bad checks, criminal attempt, and resisting arrest. Green remained in jail for a month awaiting the preliminary hearing, where the case was dismissed. Price: $10
Sheriff sued by man who was denied medical treatment in jail.
Adam Roll is filing suit against Sheriff Kreke and John Doe and Richard Roe, police officers and security guards at the Clinton, Illinois, County Jail. The suit alleges defendants willfully and wantonly ignored Rollls requests for medical treatment for four days. Roll was later admitted to the hospital with gangrene on the small bowel. Roll suffered blunt trauma to the stomach while pushing his car, immediately before being arrested. Roll was briefly treated at a hospital and then taken into custody. Price: $10
Suit claims cops raided home of new resident, not previous drug dealer.
Maryland resident Lisa Johnson Coles and Misskay Wilson, individually and as the mother and guardian of Malaysia Howell, are filing suit against Sgt. David Cheuvront of the Baltimore City police and Special Agent Troy Wilson, of the Baltimore drug enforcement unit, alleging defendants forcibly entered and searched her home, beating and assaulting her. Defendants had had the home on surveillance for ten months, plaintiff had only been living there for 29 days at the time of the raid. Price: $10
Woman sues after being roughed up by MP, causing baby to be born prematurely.
Louisiana residents Joseph Toe and Felmina Toe, on behalf of infant Joseph Toe, Jr., are filing suit against the United States of America, after Felmina was stopped by a Military police Officer at The Fort Polk army facility for allegedly speeding. Felmina was seven and a half months pregnant at the time. A disagreement ensued after the officer pulled plaintiff over, plaintiff was struck in the stomach and smashed again the side of her car, causing Joseph Toe, Jr., to be born several weeks premature. Price: $10
Memorial Club Townhomes Association sued by man assaulted after driving into development.
Cresencio Molina, a resident of Texas, is filing suit against William March and Memorial Club Townhomes Association for assault and battery and violation of constitutional rights. Alleging Molina was assaulted, harassed, and followed by a curtsey patrol officer for the Townhome Association after Molina made a wrong-turn into the development. The suit alleges the officer hit plaintiff's car with a flashlight and followed Molina to a parking lot where the officer drew a gun and called additional; forces, including a police helicopter. Price: $10
City of Portland and Portland Police Burea sued for allegedly failing to issue proper evacutation orders prior to gassing home.
Oregon resident Archie Martin Bilyeu is filing suit against the City of Portland, the Portland police Bureau, Mayor Thomas Potter, Chief Derrick Foxworth, and Brendan McGuire, alleging defendants negligently failed to give the residents of plaintiff's home time to evacuate before undertaking the search operations. The suit alleges defendants negligently fired many tear gas and capsicum gas canisters into the home while the residents were sleeping. Price: $10
Suit filed over attempt to steal parking lot technology.
Robotic Parking Systems and Robotic Service Organization is filing suit against the City of Hoboken, New Jersey, Hoboken police Department, Hoboken Mayor avid Roberts and Director of Parking Utility John Corea. The suit alleges defendants hired a third party to crack and steal the information in plaintiff's automated parking garage software and system used by plaintiff to operate and manage the parking garage. Price: $10
Ohio Police Officer sued for slamming woman's face into shop window.
Ohio resident Rose Toth is filing suit against Officer Jason Broshius for false arrest, assault and battery, and unreasonable seizure. The suit alleges Toth was improperly arrested by Broshius who was responding to a call of allegations that Toth stole the cell phone of a bouncer at a local bar. When the officer arrived plaintiff said she did not want to press charges against the bouncer for shoving her and was immediately thrown into a shop window by Broshius, who proceeding to handcuff her and drag her into the police car. Price: $10
Passenger in stolen pickup truck dies after police deploy spike strips.
Enrique Gomez Huerta, as administrator of the estate of his wife Maria del Pilar Hernandez, deceased, is filing suit against the City of Sierra Vista, Arizona, Sheriff Larry Dever, and Sgt. D. Larimer, et al., for the wrongful death of decedent Hernandez. Decedent was a passenger in a stolen pick-up truck being pursued by sheriffs and police. Defendants formed a road block and placed spikes in the road near a busy intersection at rush hour. The stolen pick-up crashed into a least ten other cars when it spun out of control. Price: $10
Man gets beaten by police when he tries to help son involved in fight.
Patrick Pagliocchini, a resident of Maryland, is filing suit against the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners, and Deputy Sherriff Richard Wilson and Edward Bradley, alleging violations of constitutional rights. The suit alleges Pagliocchini was responding to a call from his son, claiming that he was involved in an altercation involving a group of people in the Safeway parking lot. When plaintiff arrived to help his son, approximately 10 police cars were on the scene. When plaintiff asked where his son was, the sheriffs attacked him, throwing him to the ground and beating him with their flash lights and batons. Price: $10
Suit filed over shooting of man during card game melee.
The Estate of Charles Barnes is filing suit against Prince George's County, Maryland, County Executive Jack Johnson, Chief of police Melvin High, and Officer Corporal Brain Padgett, for the wrongful shooting death of Barnes. The suit alleges Barnes was at a family members house playing cards and went outside where he shot his gun several times. Shortly after, Officer Padgett arrived at the scene and ordered Barnes to drop the gun, as Barnes was doing so Padgett shot him. Price: $10
NYC sued for actions of bad cops.
Frances Bishop is filing suit against the City of New York, the New York City police Department, and officers Caracappa and Eppolito, on behalf of James Bishop, deceased. The suit alleges defendant negligently hired defendants Caracappa and Eppolito, individuals affiliated with organized crime. On 5/17/90 decedent James Bishop was assaulted and shot in the head eleven times by defendants Caracappa and Eppolito. Price: $10
CBS Broadcasting sued for videotaping Stebic family pool party with journalist.
Jill and Robert Webb, as the next friends of their minor children, are filing suit against CBS Broadcasting, et al., for intrusion upon seclusion, false light, and publicity to private facts, alleging the Webb family was unlawfully video taped, during an adult pool party involving reporter Amy Jabocson, by photojournalists working on behalf of CBS to investigate and report the disappearance of Lisa Stebic, plaintiff Jill Webb's Sister in law. The suit alleges CBS reporters claimed Lisa Stebic's husbands was a suspect weeks before he was officially investigated by the police. Price: $10
Leland, Mississippi cop sued for beating teenager.
Malcom Calloway, a minor through Dottie Jones, is filing suit against the City of Leland Mississippi, and members of the Leland police Department, et al., alleging Malcom and several other minors were walking home from a party when an altercation erupted between two females. Several officers arrived on the scene and Malcom told them when had happened and told them not to worry and leave. The officers proceed to grab the fourteen year old by the neck, throw him to the ground, and spray him in the face with mace. The officer continued to assault Malcom, slamming his head into the trunk of the car and beating him in the head with a flashlight. Price: $10
California couple sue after their home is repeatedly flooded with groundwater.
Fernando and Magdalena Loera, as the guardians of Alexandra Montes and Nicholas Carrillos, are filing suit against the City of Rocklin, California and The Director of Community Services and Facilities Mark Riemer, alleging defendant negligently approved and supervised the construction of a new police facility that caused excessive amounts of storm water to over-flow from the city's receiving poll, causing ground water at plaintiff's home to rise and plaintiff's septic system to repeatedly overflow into their home. Plaintiff's home and property are contaminated with e-coli and mold. Price: $10
Parents sue after daughter's sodomy is video-taped by students.
Ohio reseidents Kevin Barnes and Down O'Neal as the guardians of “Jane Doe,” a sixteen year-old female with cognitive disabilities, are filing suit against the Board of Education Columbus Public Schools, and Columbus Local School District, after Jane Doe was sexually battered and assaulted by several male students at the Mifflin High School. The students approached her while she was alone in the hall and took her against her will to the auditorium where they forced her to perform oral sex while they used the school video and recording equipment to videotape the incident. The day of the incident the school's police officer was scheduled to take-off and defendant failed to schedule a substitute. Price: $10
Mother arrested on bogus charges after witnessing police officer fondling her son.
Lori McCann, a resident of Indiana, is filing suit against Bryan Hood and Willie Collins, police officers with the City of Carmel, for violations of plaintifffs constitutional amendment rights. The suit alleges McCann was arrested and falsely charged with attacking Officer Hood and dragging him 36 feet. The case was thrown out after five minutes because it was so obvious that the officers fabricated their claims. McCann approached Officer Hood after he openly put his hand in her sonns pants and began fondling his genitals while the seventeen year old was handcuffed for a minor accident while intoxicated. Price: $10
Recommendation of DEA agent to local police department makes cop sick.
Philip Williams is suing The United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration for defamation of character and negligent infliction of emotional distress, seeking damages for lost wages and deprivation of employer and public confidence. Williams alleges that while employed for the Oklahoma City police Department he was assigned to a DEA task force, during which period a DEA employee sent out a memo to plaintiff's employer recommending “severe disciplinary action, including removal, for making false statement.” William suffered physical distress including stomach ulcers. Price: $10
Woman claims Cleveland, Tennessee cop assaulted her and her handicapped son.
Patricia Kendrick, a Tennessee resident, is filing suit against the City of Cleveland, Cleveland police Department, and Officer Chris Jacques, alleging Kendrick was at her home when Officer Jacques knocked on the door and informed her he had a warrant for her daughter. He said if Kendrick called her daughter and had her come to the home he would let her turn herself in and not arrest her. When Kendrick's daughter arrived, Jacques began yelling and cursing at her and placed her in handcuffs. When Kendrick challenged his actions, he lashed out and attacked her and her handicapped son, knocking her to the ground and arresting her for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Price: $10
Woman sues for false imprisonment by alleged racists.
Latia Jones is filing suit against Wet Seal Retail, dba, Arden B, and ERMC for false imprisonment, battery, defamation, and negligence. The suit alleges Jones, an African American female, was wrongfully detained by Arden B security personnel at the Oak Park Mall in Kansas. She was handcuffed and accused of stealing the bracelets she was wearing, although they did not resemble jewelry in defendant's store. While detained, defendants made racial slurs and numerous references to “white power.” Jones was released by a police officer who refused defendants' request to arrest Jones for “causing a verbal disturbance.” Price: $10
Ohio police sued by woman whose husband was killed in car chase.
Crystal Lovato, as the administrator of the estate of Nathan Lovato, deceased, is filing suit against the City of Dayton, Ohio police Department, Officer Ronald Christoffers, and William Meredith, for the wrongful death of Lovato. The suit alleges Officer Christoffers pursued a Chevy Cavalier occupied by decedent Lovato and driven by Meredith. Although the owner had no warrants he continued to pursue the car, which was traveling at an increasing speed. Defendant Christoffers negligently struck the Cavalier, causing it to hit a parked van, a sign, and a tavern known as Cindy's Bar. Lovato died of the injuries sustained in the accident. Price: $10
United States of America Bureau of Indian Affairs sued for arresting man on cancelled bench warrant.
Ervin Eriacho, a New Mexico resident, is filing suit against the United States of America, the department of the Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, alleging he was pulled over by a Ramah police Officer and cited with speeding and driving without a license. The Ramah district court issued a bench warrant for plaintiff after he failed to appear for a hearing, because the documents were mailed to the wrong address. Plaintiff paid off the fines and filed Civil Traffic Judgment documents to prove the penalties had been satisfied. While attending a graduation ceremony he was arrested on the bench warrant that had not been removed after he paid the fines. Price: $10
Girl sues after being injured at basketball game by cop.
Khandiese Cooper, a Texas resident, is filing suit against Killeen Independent School District and Kenneth Edmiston, a school district police officer, after Cooper was assaulted and battered by Edmiston, who charged her with criminal trespassing and resisting arrest at a high school basketball game. Seventeen year old Cooper said she was speaking with the ticket taker at the sold out game, to request a ticket for her younger sister. Edmiston repeatedly asked if she was “in or out?” When she tried to enter the gym, he said, “no, you are out!” Edmiston proceeded to twist Cooper's arm behind her back, slam her into the door several times, and shove her into the pavement with so much force that he injured his knee in the process. Price: $10
Indianapolis PD sued for illegally searching home and arresting man on false charges.
Robert Butler, a resident of Indiana, is filing suit against, Indianapolis Metropolitan police Department, Corrections Corporation of America, and Officers Glen Schmidt and Jason Barber, et al., for false arrest, withholding of exculpatory evidence, illegal search and seizure, and interference with serious medical needs. The suit alleging defendants Schmidt and Barber illegally searched plaintiff's home and recovered a gun. The officers then fabricated a story that plaintiff threatened his girlfriend and her son with a gun, in order to have plaintiff charged with intimidation, pointing a firearm and criminal recklessness. While plaintiff was incarcerated he was denied medical attention for a seizure disorder and then given the incorrect medication. Price: $10
Woman sues Amtrak after daughter raped on train.
Janelle and Jeanette Robinson are suing National RailRoad Passenger Corporation d/b/a Amtrak, seeking damages for injuries sustained to Janelle, then a minor, when she was physically and verbally assaulted by a man who had entered the train at Baltimore, Maryland. Janelle was pulled into a bathroom by her attacker, where her attacker touched and assaulted her. An Amtrak police officer knocked on the door and attempted to open it asking if everything was ok. The attacker answered that everything was alright and the officer left while Janelle was yelling for help. In an attempt to escape, she threw soap in her attacker's eyes which only made him more angry and he began to choke her. Janelle finally escaped and locked herself into another bathroom where she dialed 911. The attacker was arrested in Willington, Delaware and charged with First and Second degree rape and assault. Price: $10
Estate of incapacitated man who died from dehydration sues Lifeline and Care Partner for failing to request help.
Virginia resident Terry Cundiff, on behalf of the estate of Robert Allen Cundiff, deceased, is filing suit against Lifeline Systems Company and Carilion Clinic, dba, Carilion Home Care Services, et al., alleging decedent, an incapacitated forty-year old, died due to dehydration over the course of six days. The suit alleges decedent lived alone with Mac Cundiff and they purchased defendant's Care Partner Communicator. On August 3, 2003 Mac suffered a heart attack and died. Over then next ten days the communicator sent inactivity messages to defendant which should have triggered a call to the local police to investigate. When a "wellness check" was finally requested the sheriff discovered the two dead bodies in the living room. Price: $10
Southwest Airlines sued by passenger falsely imprisoned and hospitalized during scheduled stop.
Joung Levy, a resident of Missouri, is filing suit against Southwest Airlines for false imprisonment and assault and battery, alleging plaintiff, a naturalized citizen originally from South Korea, and her husband were taken into custody, during a scheduled stop in Las Vegas, after plaintiff' husband asked a flight attendant why the FAA required iPods to be turned off. During the flight another flight attendant remarked to plaintiff that there would "be trouble" if her husband didn't apologize to the other flight attendant. After plaintiff and her husband were removed from the flight they were separated and plaintiff began hyperventilating and having a panic attacked when she was pushed to the floor by aggressive Southwest Airlines employees. Southwest employees told the police that plaintiff was suicidal, so she was taken to the hospital and forcibly cuffed and sedated. Price: $10
Oakridge, OR sued for falsely arresting man and denying heart medication.
Daryl Reavis, a resident of Oregon, is filing suit against The City of Oakridge, et al., for negligence, assault and battery, and malicious prosecution. The suit alleges plaintiff was pulled over on suspicion of DUI. The officer made plaintiff drive and perform field sobriety tests. During the process plaintiff began to suffer chest pains and requested that he be allowed to take his nitroglycerin heart medication. Instead of allowing plaintiff to take the medication, officers arrested him. Plaintiff's symptoms worsened to the point where he was lying on the station floor with severe shortness of breath, as officers demanded a breathalyzer test. police finally called emergency personnel who administered nitroglycerin. After plaintiff was discharged from the hospital another officer advised him that he was going to be arrested for procession of illegal narcotics. Plaintiff's money was confiscated and he was wrongfully denied phone calls and legal services. Plaintiff was improperly detained although two blood tests were negative for alcohol consumption. Price: $10
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