Judgments — June 2019

The state can file lawsuits against people or businesses that do not pay taxes, resulting in a judgment against property that person or business owns. Judgments are filed in Benton and Franklin Superior Court. The following is from the Franklin County Superior Court Clerk’s Office.

Tri-Cities Phone Repair, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 8.

Fidel C. Valencia, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 8.

Luke A. Redinger, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 8.

Ramiro Sanchez, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 8.

CTM LLC, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 8.

David S. McAdams, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 8.

Vinicio G. Marin, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 8.

Pacific King Relocation, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 8.

Pedro A. Valenzuela, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Jonathon E. Rykowski, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Armando D. Villa, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Jose C. Ochoa, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Kyle Leach, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Alexis A. Ortega Verdin, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Guillermo Gonzalez, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Enedelia G. Silguero, unpaid Employment Security taxes, filed May 9.

Rivera Investments, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 9.

MKW Construction, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 9.

His & Hers Flooring Installations, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 9.

From the Heart Homes, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 10.

Kindra Bistra & Café, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 10.

Roberto L. Torres, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 10.

Lonestar Innovations, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 10.

Josue I. Mejia, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

Javier Garcia, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

Gabriel M. Lopez, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

Barajas Auto Body, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

Speedy Angeles Concrete, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

C M Curbing, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

Fidel C. Valencia, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 14.

Steven E. Syverson, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 21.

Daniel Alvarez, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 21.

Jesus A. Rebolledo, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 22.

D&S Concrete, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 22.

Miguel A. Perez, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 22.

Alejandro Torres, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 22.

DC Concrete & Construction, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 22.

Alex B. Najera, MD PS, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 22.

7 Stars Roofing, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed May 22.

Moodylogic, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed May 29.

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