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NOTICE

010063824 May 13, 20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MONONGALIA COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
DIVISION NO. 2
STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA and
WESTOVER POLICE DEPARTMENT,
Petitioners,

V. Civil Action No. 15-P-123

ONE THOUSAND, FIVE HUNDRED, &
SIXTY FOUR DOLLARS ($1,564.00)
IN U.S. CURRENCY,
Respondent.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION

The object of the above-entitled action is forfeiture. It appearing by a petition filed in the above-styled action that the Westover Police Department is responsible for the February 1, 2015 seizure from the person of Levon J, Albaran-Walker and from Room 132 of the Econo Lodge Hotel, Westover, Monongalia County, West Virginia.

It is ORDERED that any claimant shall serve upon the State of West Virginia, W. Chad Noel, Petitioners’ counsel, whose address is Monongalia County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, 243 High Street, Morgantown, WV 26505, an answer or other defense to the petition filed in the above-styled action within thirty days of the date of service of the petition or within thirty days of the publication, otherwise judgment by default will he taken against the property at anytime thereafter. A copy of the petition can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office.

Entered by the Clerk of said Court on 22nd day of April, 2015.

Jean Friend
Clerk of Court

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MONONGALIA COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
DIVISION NO. 2

STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA and WESTOVER POLICE DEPARTMENT,
Petitioners,

V. Civil Action No. 15-P-123

ONE THOUSAND, FIVE HUNDRED, &
SIXTY FOUR DOLLARS ($1,564.00)
IN U.S. CURRENCY,
Respondent.

NOTICE

TO ANY CLAIMANT OF THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED WITHIN THE PETITION:

You have the right to file an Answer to the Petition setting forth your right to possession of the property within thirty days from the service hereof If you fail to file an Answer, a Final Order forfeiting the property to the State will be entered, and such Order is not subject to appeal.

FURTHER NOTICE

TO ANY OTHER CLAIMANT OF THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED WITHIN THE PETITION:

Any other person having a putative claim to the above-referenced property shall clearly state his or her identity and an address where legal process can be served upon him or her. Any such person shall refer to the specific Petition to determine a description, of the seized property, the agency responsible for the seizure, the time and place of the seizure, the identity of the person in possession of the property at the time of seizure. The State has requested an Order directing forfeiture of the property to the State, investing ownership of the property in the State.

These Notices are in compliance with W. Va. Code ยง 60A}I05 (b) & (c).

Chad Noel, Counsel for the Petitioners

NOTICE

IN THE FAMILY COURT OF MERCER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA TO: Scott Lipovsky 415 Mercer Street Princeton, WV 24740 2/5/77 Respondent’s Date of Birth Magistrate Court Case No.: 15-D-0179 Family Court Civil Action No.: 15-DV-169 ORDER OF PUBLICATION PROTECTIVE ORDER 1. The object of this suit is to obtain protection from the Respondent. 2. The object of this publication by Class I legal advertisement is to notify Respondent of the PROTECTIVE ORDER prohibiting the above-named Respondent from having contact with certain individuals. This Order may affect property and other rights of the Respondent. Violating this Order may subject the Respondent to criminal sanctions. The Respondent is strongly encouraged to obtain a copy of this Protective Order from the Circuit Clerk of the county listed above. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENT: If appearing by evidence duly taken in this action that you could not be found in or that you have left the State of West Virginia, you are hereby notified of the ORDER referenced above, a copy of which may be obtained at the Mercer County, Circuit Clerk’s office. This PROTECTIVE ORDER will remain in effect until November 9, 2015. The Respondent may appeal this Protective Order pursuant to W.Va. Code ? 48-27-510, within 10 days of the date the Order was entered. Issued this 12th day of May, 2015 10:38 AM. Julie Ball Circuit Clerk By: Holly Pedneau, her deputy