United States of America v. Ford F350 Truck

Defendant: Ford F350 Truck
Plaintiff: United States of America
Case Number: 1:2012cv00379
Filed: November 27, 2012
Court: North Carolina Western District Court
Office: Asheville Office
County: Buncombe
Referring Judge: Dennis Howell
Presiding Judge: Martin Reidinger
Nature of Suit: Drug Related Seizure of Property
Cause of Action: 21:841 Forfeiture Property-Drugs
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
April 16, 2013 9 Opinion or Order of the Court DEFAULT JUDGMENT OF FORFEITURE in favor of USA against Ford F350 Truck, VIN: 1FTWW32F81EB50096. Signed by District Judge Martin Reidinger on 4/15/13. (ejb)

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