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The following is a compilation of recent lawsuits involving area businesses and organizations. These are strictly allegations that have yet to be proven in a court of law. Readers are advised to contact the parties listed, or the court, for more information concerning the individual claims.

CHICOPEE DISTRICT COURT

Can Capital Asset Servicing Inc. f/k/a New Logic Business Loans Inc. v. Jacinto-Blanco Munoz d/b/a Chintos Pizza Restaurant
Allegation: Breach of contract: $9,549.32
Filed: 6/4/2015

Jose Garcia v. Rodney O. Maye and Excellence Auto Exchange Inc.

Allegation: Vehicle sold without a valid title: $4,286.06
Filed: 6/16/15

GREENFIELD DISTRICT COURT

Jason M. Kicza d/b/a Northeast Treecare & Landscaping v. Split Excavating Inc.
Allegation: Non-payment for services rendered: $24,402.50
Filed: 5/22/15

HAMPDEN SUPERIOR COURT

Brett J. Vottero v. Garda CL New England Inc., Gary Holland, Michael Kelly, and Michael Zanatta
Allegation: Defendants wrongfully accused defendant of a crime: $790,000
Filed: 6/22/15

Common Capital Inc. v. CT-Family Care Services, LLC and Justinian Rweyemamil
Allegation: Default on payment of note: $86,190.50
Filed: 6/16/15

Richard Millitello and Santiago Alvarez v. JD Rivet & Co. Inc. and David King
Allegation: Workplace discrimination: $350,000+
Filed: 6/3/15

TD Bank v. Arcadia Glass Inc.
Allegation: Default on promissory note: $117,973.77
Filed: 6/17/15

SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT COURT

Christopher Canty v. James Fiore d/b/a One Stop Plaza & HTMD Inc.
Allegation: Negligent failure to provide adequate security: $24,353.17
Filed: 5/29/15

Western Mass Electric Co. v. County Waste & Recycling Services Inc., Verizon New England Inc., and Shaun L. Hurst
Allegation: CWRS truck, operated by Mr. Hurst, became entangled in low-hanging telephone wires, which brought down plaintiff’s electric poles: $5,611
Filed: 6/22/15

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