Walker v. Abilene Police Department
Plaintiff: Joshua Neil Walker
Defendant: Abilene Police Department
Case Number: 1:2020cv00138
Filed: June 18, 2020
Court: US District Court for the Northern District of Texas
Presiding Judge: James Wesley Hendrix
Referring Judge: John R Parker
Nature of Suit: Torts/Pers Prop: Other Personal Property Damage
Cause of Action: 28:1331
Jury Demanded By: None
Docket Report

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Date Filed Document Text
June 19, 2020 ***Clerk's Notice of delivery: (see NEF for details) Docket No:5. Fri Jun 19 16:40:51 CDT 2020 (crt)
June 19, 2020 Opinion or Order Filing 5 ORDER. Before the Court are Joshua Neil Walker's Motion for Return of Personal Property and the government's response #1 and #4 . In sum, Walker seeks return of a cellular phone, and the government opposes his request because (1) the government is not in actual or constructive possession of the phone, and (2) Walker has state-law remedies available. The Court denies Walker's motion with prejudice because he fails to state a claim on which relief can be granted. For the reasons stated in this Order, Walker's motion is denied with prejudice. The Clerk of Court is ordered to terminate this case. (Ordered by Judge James Wesley Hendrix on 6/19/2020) (jmc)
June 18, 2020 ***Clerk's Notice of delivery: (see NEF for details) Docket No:2, 3. previously docketed in 1:20-cv-138 Thu Jun 18 16:14:17 CDT 2020 (crt)
June 18, 2020 Filing 4 Government's Response to #3 (originally filed in 1:19-cr-097-H). (jak)
June 18, 2020 Opinion or Order Filing 3 Order (originally docketed in 1:19-cr-097-H on 06/04/2020): Before the court is Joshua Neil Walker's Motion for Return of Personal Property #1 . The government is ordered to file its response by June 26, 2020. (Ordered by Judge James Wesley Hendrix on 6/18/2020) (jak)
June 18, 2020 Filing 2 New Case Notes: A filing fee has not been paid. CASREF case referral set and case referred to Magistrate Judge Parker (see Special Order 3). No prior sanctions found. (For court use only - links to the #national and #circuit indexes.) Pursuant to Misc. Order 6, Plaintiff is provided the Notice of Right to Consent to Proceed Before A U.S. Magistrate Judge. Clerk to provide copy to plaintiff if not received electronically. (jak)
June 18, 2020 Filing 1 COMPLAINT against Abilene Police Department filed by Joshua Neil Walker. Unless exempted, attorneys who are not admitted to practice in the Northern District of Texas must seek admission promptly. Forms, instructions, and exemption information may be found at www.txnd.uscourts.gov, or by clicking here: # Attorney Information - Bar Membership. If admission requirements are not satisfied within 21 days, the clerk will notify the presiding judge. (Attachments: #1 Order in 1:19-cr-097-H) (jak)

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