Brown v. Hickman et al

Filing 2

ORDER re 1 Complaint Referred (42:1983) filed by Daniel Ray Brown. Plaintiff failed to submit an IFP application with his complaint. The Clerk is ordered to provisionally file plaintiff's complaint and mail a blank IFP application to him. Pl aintiff is given until 2/5/10 to either complete, sign, and return the completed IFP application or pay the $350.00 filing fee. If the plaintiff fails to do so the complaint will become subject to summary dismissal for failure to obey an order of the court. Signed by Honorable James R. Marschewski on January 19, 2010. (lw)

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I N THE I.JNITEDSTATES DISTRICT COURT W E S T E R N DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS H A R R I S O N DIVISION I)ANIF]I,ITAY T]ROWN PLAINTIFF C i v i No.1o-cv-.J G l 00 DANNY HICKMAN. SHERIFF B o o n oCounty,Arkansas; D E P U T Y RYAN WATSON. Boone ( l o u n t y Shoriffs Office; COIJNTY O F BOONE. ARKANSAS; and C I T Y OF HARRISON. ARKANSAS ORDER D a n i e l Ray Brrrwn has srrbrnitted liling in this disttict apra .se lbr civil rights actionunder 4 2 [J.S.C.$ 1983. f find the cornplaint shouldbe pnrvisionallyliled priot to a detcmritration regalding Flaintiff s statu$ a pauper a$ DistrictClcrk is ancl sowiceofprocess.The l.lnitedStates d i l e c t e dto file the cornplaint. P l a i n t i f f failcd to submit with his complaintan applicationto procecdln /drpr{ipduperir ( $ P ) . f he clerk is directed to mail plaintiff a blank IFP application, Plaintif is giveTlufllil F c b r u a r v 5, 2010,to oithercornplete, sign,arrdretum the IFP applicationto this cdurt lbr revicw a n d filing or pay the $350 filing fee. If the plaintiff fails to return the completed IFP a p p l i c a t i o nor pay the $350liling feeby February 5, 2010,the complaintwill become subject t o srlmrnarvdismissalfor failure to obeyan order ofthe court, DEF'ENDANTS lT lS SOORDER-ED this /f davof Januarv 2010. rrsruefir'r'dp'rusn fn"fi 'f,?fu .IIJI]CE STATES MAGISTRATE JAN 0 20t0 2 ftlBl8R J0tl{Efl'l,CLLI{h Bf -l- F[|IYg-flx AO72A ( R e v . 8/82)

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