Hill v. Value Inn 22246
ORDER by Judge James L. Robart. Mr. Hill's deadline to file a second amended complaint passed on April 12, 2017, and he has filed nothing further in this matter. Accordingly, the court dismisses this case with prejudice. (PM) cc: Plaintiff via the USPS
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
ANTHONY D. HILL,
CASE NO. C17-0087JLR
CITY OF DES MOINES, et al.,
On March 23, 2017, the court dismissed pro se Plaintiff Anthony D. Hill’s first
amended complaint without prejudice and granted him until April 12, 2017, to amend his
complaint. (3/23/17 Order (Dkt. # 26).) The court found that Mr. Hill’s factual
allegations failed to state a claim for violation of his constitutional rights. (Id. at 6-8
(concluding that even after liberally construing Mr. Hill’s amended complaint, Mr. Hill
failed to state a claim for false arrest or deliberate indifference).) Despite these
deficiencies and in light of Mr. Hill’s pro se status, the court granted Mr. Hill until April
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12, 2017, to amend his complaint. (Id. at 10.) The court cautioned Mr. Hill that his
failure to timely amend the complaint or remedy the deficiencies identified in the court’s
order would result in dismissal without leave to amend. (Id. at 9.)
Mr. Hill’s deadline to file a second amended complaint passed on April 12, 2017,
and he has filed nothing further in this matter. (See Dkt.) Accordingly, the court
DISMISSES this case WITH PREJUDICE.
Dated this 13th day of April, 2017.
JAMES L. ROBART
United States District Judge
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