Miller v. Chacon et al
ORDER granting Status Report, signed by Pueblo County District Court Judge, Victor I. Reyes, on 10/6/11. (lygsl, )
The moving party is hereby ORDERED
to provide a copy of this Order to any pro
se parties who have entered an
appearance in this action within 10 days
from the date of this order.
Victor I. Reyes
District Court Judge
DISTRICT COURT, PUEBLO COUNTY,
320 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
DATE OF ORDER INDICATED ON ATTACHMENT
EFILED Document – District Court
CO Pueblo County District Court 10th JD
Filing Date: Oct 6 2011 5:54PM MDT
Filing ID: 40237895
Review Clerk: N/A
RANDY R. CHACON & SHEILA K.
Attorneys for Plaintiff:
Name: Lawrence D. Saunders
Address: Hassler Law Firm, LLC
616 West Abriendo Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81004
Phone: (719) 544-2929
▲ COURT USE ONLY ▲
Case No. 2011CV540
COMES NOW the Plaintiff, Melissa Miller, by and through her attorney, Lawrence D.
Saunders hereby submits the following Status Report to the Court:
1. Plaintiff’s counsel has had a skip trace conducted on the Defendants, Randy R.
Chacon and Sheila K. Chacon.
2. The Defendants were recently located at 8330 Ingram Street, Mesa, Arizona.
3. Plaintiff’s counsel is in the process of perfecting service upon the Defendants so that
this matter can move forward.
4. Service upon the Defendants is anticipated to be completed within twenty (20) days.
5. Plaintiff’s counsel will notify the Court once this has been accomplished or if a
service upon the Defendants was unsuccessful.
RESPECTFULLY submitted this 5th day of October, 2011.
HASSLER LAW FIRM, LLC
/s/Lawrence D. Saunders
Lawrence D. Saunders, #21194
(filed electronically, original signature on file with counsel)
Attorney for Plaintiff
Court: CO Pueblo County District Court 10th JD
Judge: Victor I Reyes
File & Serve
Transaction ID: 40197959
Current Date: Oct 06, 2011
Case Number: 2011CV540
Case Name: MILLER, MELISSA vs. CHACON, RANDY R et al
Court Authorizer: Victor I Reyes
/s/ Judge Victor I Reyes
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