UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. Wiest Personal Property, Specifically: et al
DEFAULT JUDGMENT against Wiest Personal Property, Specifically: Bank of America Account and Merrill Lynch Account. Signed by Senior Judge W. Earl Britt on 6/26/2014. (Marsh, K)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
WIEST PERSONAL PROPERTY,
BANK OF AMERICA ACCOUNT
MERRILL LYNCH ACCOUNT NUMBERED )
This matter is before the Court on Plaintiff's Motion for
It appearing that a copy of the Complaint
herein was served upon the potential claimant of the defendants
and that publication has been duly made, in accordance with
Supplemental Rule G(4), and, thus, that due notice was given
accordingly, the Court finds that:
Process was duly issued in this cause and the defendants
were duly seized by the Defense Criminal Investigative Service
pursuant to said process;
No entitled persons have filed any claim to the
defendants nor answer regarding them within the time fixed by
The well-plead allegations of the Complaint in respect
to the defendants are taken as admitted, as no one has appeared
to deny the same.
Based upon the above findings, it is hereby
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that:
Default judgment be and the same is hereby entered
against the defendants;
All persons claiming any right, title, or interest in or
to the said defendants are held in default;
The defendants are forfeited to the United States of
This Court entered Default in this action at Docket
Entry # 11;
The United States Marshals Service is hereby directed to
dispose of the defendants according to law; and
Upon the entry of this judgment, the Clerk of Court is
DIRECTED to close this case.
This 26 June 2014.
W. Earl Britt
Senior U.S. District Judge
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