Adamou v. The County of Spotsylvania, Virginia et al
OPINION AND ORDER. The Court held a status conference on September 17, 2014. For the reasons stated at the status conference, Defendants Motions are GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. Plaintiff's claims against Linda Griffin, the New York City Police Department, and the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office are DISMISSED in their entirety. Plaintiff's state law claims against the City of New York are DISMISSED for failure to file a notice of claim. Plaintiff's claims against Detective Doyle and other employees of the Sheriff's office are DISMISSED to the extent they are being sued in their official capacities. Plaintiff's individual capacity claims against Detective Doyle and other employees of the Sheriff' ;s office remain. In accordance with the Court's instructions at the status conference, Plaintiff may amend his complaint by September 30, 2014. Defendants may file any motions to dismiss by October 14, 2014. Oppositions are due by October 28, 2 014, and replies are due by November 1, 2014. re: 30 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Edward J. Doyle, The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office, The County of Spotsylvania, Virginia, 33 MOTION to Dismiss filed by New York City Police Department, Linda Griffin, City of New York. (Signed by Judge Andrew L. Carter, Jr on 9/23/2014) (rjm)
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