U.S. District Court Judge David C. Bury has granted the town of Marana’s motion for summary judgment in a federal civil rights case brought against the town and some of its employees and police officers by Steven J. Blomquist and Sharyl V. Cummings.
Through their attorney, two residents of unincorporated Pima County have requested that the Town of Marana attorney’s office file felony kidnapping or misdemeanor unlawful imprisonment charges against the manager of McClintock’s restaurant at Saguaro Ranch.
There's a new wrinkle in the civil court case filed by four Pima County plaintiffs against the Town of Marana for abandoning a public easement.
Plaintiffs suing the Town of Marana over the abandonment of a public easement have amended their lawsuit to include claims of violations of Arizona's gift clause and its open meetings law by several Marana Town Council members and town officials.
Steven Blomquist, the Tortolitas foothills resident consumed by a battle with the Town of Marana and Saguaro Ranch developer Stephen Phinny over an abandoned easement, purchased 22 TV spots for some $3,000 on a Tucson television station last week to make his case.
Two residents of unincorporated Pima County have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the Town of Marana, its town attorney, the police chief, seven police officers and others, alleging their civil rights had been infringed through unlawful arrest.
Four property owners along an easement on the west side of Saguaro Ranch have filed a lawsuit in Arizona Superior Court against the town of Marana contesting the town's abandonment of the easement.