Landor v. Bledsoe et al
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS ORDER REFERRING CASE to Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson - AND NOW, this 17th day of May, 2012, upon con. of the R&R of the mag. judge 65 66 are adopted. 2. Plf.'s mtn. for a prel. injunc. 61 is DENIED. 3. Defts.'s mtn. to dismiss, or in the alternative, for SJ 33 , is GRANTED. 4. The claims against defts. Bledsoe & Trate are dism'd. w/prejudice. 5. The claims against deft. Hepner are dism'd. w/out prejudice. 6. Plf. may amen d his complt. as to deft. Hepner w/in 20 days of the dt. of this order. 7. The above-capt. case is remanded to the mag. judge for further proceedings, including a R&R on dispositive mtns., if necessary. (See order) B Trate, B.A. Bledsoe and Hepner terminated.Signed by Honorable William W. Caldwell on 5/17/12. (am, )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
B.A. BLEDSOE, Warden,
B. TRATE, Captain, and
: CIVIL NO. 1:11-CV-0759
AND NOW, this 17th day of May, 2012, upon consideration of the reports
and recommendations of the magistrate judge (Docs. 65, 66), filed April 11, 2012, and
April 12, 2012, to which no objections were filed, and upon independent review of the
record, it is ordered that:
1. The magistrate judge’s reports (Docs. 65, 66) are adopted.
2. Plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction (Doc. 61) is
3. Defendants’ motion to dismiss, or in the alternative, for summary
judgment (Doc. 33), is GRANTED.
4. The claims against Defendants Bledsoe and Trate are dismissed with
5. The claims against Defendant Hepner are dismissed without prejudice.
6. Plaintiff may amend his complaint as to Defendant Hepner within twenty
(20) days of the date of this order.
7. The above-captioned case is remanded to the magistrate judge for
further proceedings, including a Report and Recommendation on
dispositive motions, if necessary.
/s/ William W. Caldwell
William W. Caldwell
United States District Judge
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