King v. Stage et al
ORDER adopting 20 the recommended partial disposition; dismissing with prejudice King's claims against the Saline County Jail; allowing King to proceed with his inadequate medical care claim against Stage and Briann; directing the clerk to pr epare a summons for Stage and Briann; directing the USMS to serve the summons, amended complaint, second amended complaint and this order on them without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefor; and certifying that an in forma pauperis appeal from this order would not be taken in good faith. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 6/21/2017. (kdr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
ISSAC L. KING
CASE NO. 4:17-CV-0073 BSM
Care Provider, Saline County Jail, et al.
The recommended partial disposition [Doc. No. 20] submitted by United States
Magistrate Judge J. Thomas Ray has been received. No objections have been filed. After
careful review of the record, the recommended partial disposition is adopted in its entirety.
Accordingly, King’s claims against the Saline County Jail are dismissed with
prejudice. King may proceed with his inadequate medical care claim against Stage and
Briann, and the clerk is directed to prepare a summons for Stage and Briann. The U.S.
Marshal is directed to serve the summons, amended complaint, second amended complaint,
and this order on them without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefor. If Stage
or Briann are no longer Saline County employees, the individual responding to service must
file a sealed statement providing the unserved defendants’ last known private mailing
address. It is certified that an in forma pauperis appeal from this order would not be taken
in good faith. 28 U.S.C. § 1915(a)(3).
IT IS SO ORDERED this 21st day of June 2017.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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