Harris v. Wainscott et al
||Gregory N Harris
||Brian Wainscott, Ben Fapso, Reginald Mathews, Michael G. Nerheim, County Of Lake, Village of Mundelein, City Of North Chicago and Mundelein Illinois Police Department
||April 19, 2018
||US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
||Matthew F. Kennelly
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Civil Rights
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|May 5, 2019
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER signed by the Honorable Matthew F. Kennelly on 5/5/2019: For the reasons stated in the accompanying Memorandum Opinion and Order, the motion to dismiss filed by defendants Mathews, Nerheim, and Lake County 36 is grante d; Counts 5 and 6 are dismissed with prejudice against those defendants on the ground that the claims are time-barred. The motion to dismiss filed by defendants Wainscott and Village of Mundelein 41 is granted in part and denied in part. Count 5 is dismissed with prejudice against those defendants on the ground that it is time-barred; the motion is denied as to all remaining claims. Finally, the motion to dismiss filed by defendants Fapso and City of North Chicago 37 is granted in part an d denied in part. Counts 2 and 5 are dismissed with prejudice against those defendants on the ground that they are time-barred. Counts 1 and 4 are dismissed against them for failure to state a claim. The ruling date of 5/9/2019 is vacated, but the case remains set for a status hearing on that date at 9:30 a.m. (mk)
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