Robertson et al v. Town of Washington et al
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|May 21, 2015
JUDGMENT ADOPTING 65 Report and Recommendations. The 33 Motion for Summary Judgment and 44 Motion for Summary Judgment are GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. The Motion for Summary Judgment 43 is GRANTED, limited in scope and consistent with the Court's rulings on the motions of the individual defendants as insureds of Darwin Select Insurance Company. Signed by Judge Rebecca F Doherty on 5/20/15. (crt,Guidry, C)
|April 6, 2015
JUDGMENT ADOPTING 51 Report and Recommendations; granting in part and denying in part 31 Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Richard Arceneaux, Ronnelle Broussard, Joseph Pitre, Police Dept of Washington, and Town of Washington; granting 43 Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Darwin Select Insurance Co, limited in scope to the Court's rulings on the motions of the individual defendants as insureds of Darwin Select Insurance Co. Summary Judgment as to the 1983 claims against Ronne lle Broussard and Joseph Pitre in their individual capacity based on qualified immunity are GRANTED. Summary Judgment as to the 1983 claims against Richard Arceneaux in his individual capacity are are DENIED. Summary Judgment is GRANTED as to the 1 983 claims against Richard Arceneaux, Ronnelle Broussard, and Joseph Pitre in their official capacities, and those claims are hereby dismissed as redundant of the claims articulated against the Town of Washington. Signed by Judge Rebecca F Doherty on 04/06/2015. (crt,Yocum, M) Modified filed date on 4/7/2015 (Yocum, M).
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