Heiden v. Webster City Police Dept et al
||Wade Charles Heiden
||Webster City Police Dept and Sheriff Office
||July 9, 2012
||Iowa Northern District Court
||Central Division Office
||Mark W Bennett
||Leonard T Strand
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|May 13, 2014
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order. Referral of this case to Magistrate Judge Leonard T Strand is withdrawn. 26 Pro Se Motion to Dismiss This Suit/Action is granted, and this case is dismissed in its entirety, pursuant to Rule 41(a)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Each party shall bear its own costs. Signed by Judge Mark W Bennett on 5/13/2014. (copy w/nef to non-ecf filer) (des)
|February 7, 2013
ORDER granting 3 PRO SE MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis filed by Wade Charles Heiden. The plaintiff is directed to submit an initial partial filing fee of $20.00 by no later than 3/7/13. After plaintiff pays the initial filing f ee, the institution having custody of the plaintiff is directed to collect and remit monthly payments. See text of Order for further details. The clerk's office is directed to send a copy of this order and the notice of collection of filing fee to the appropriate official at the place where the plaintiff is an inmate. Signed by Magistrate Judge Leonard T Strand on 2/7/13. (copy w/nef mailed to pro se plaintiff and Warden at US Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kansas) (djs)
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