Evans v. S.L.R. Detention Center et al
||Gene David Evans, Jr.
||S.L.R. Detention Center, Sumter County, Sumter County Sheriff's Department, S.H.P/Southern Health Partners, Miss Abraham, Sgt. Sweat and Corr. Ofc. Glisson
||October 6, 2017
||US District Court for the District of South Carolina
||Thomas E Rogers
||Henry M Herlong
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|March 4, 2019
ORDER RULING ON REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION: The court adopts Magistrate Judge Rogers' Report and Recommendation 80 and incorporates it herein. It is therefore ORDERED that Defendants Sweat and Glisson's motion for summary judgment, docket number 56 , is granted, and Defendant Abraham's motion for summary judgment, docket number 57 , is granted, and this case is dismissed in its entirety. Signed by Honorable Henry M Herlong, Jr. on 03/04/2019. (dsto, )
|December 5, 2017
ORDER RULING ON REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION: The court adopts Magistrate Judge Rogers' Report and Recommendation 14 and incorporates it herein. It is therefore ORDERED that the complaint is partially dismissed without pre judice. Plaintiff's claims regarding solitary confinement and deliberate indifference to medical care will proceed.Defendants S.L.R. Detention Center, Sumter County, Sumter County Sheriff's Department, and S.H.P./Southern Health Partners are summarily dismissed without issuance and service of process. Signed by Honorable Henry M Herlong, Jr on 12/05/2017. (dsto, )
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