Judgments — January 2020

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.

Jose P. Contreras, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 5.

A&J Trucking, unpaid Department of Licensing taxes, filed Dec. 5.

Dogos el Gordo, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 5.

D&R Perez Trucking, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 6.

Rosendo Perez, unpaid Department of Licensing taxes, filed Dec. 6.

Ramon R. Rivera, unpaid Department of Licensing taxes, filed Dec. 6.

Daniel Montejano Jr., unpaid Department of Licensing taxes, filed Dec. 6.

Anthony L. Perez, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 9.

Rhea V. Farris, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 9.

Joanna O. Licon, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 9.

Erica Guzman, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 9.

Jose L. Rodriguez,unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 9.

Reeves Carpet Cleaning, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 16.

Saul Garza de Leon, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 16.

Northwest Entertainment Group, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 18.

Daniel Alvarez, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Briana L. Trevino, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Juan Olivera, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Blanca E. Verduzco, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Denise J. Guzman, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Xavier Munoz, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Manuel G. Espinoza, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Ashley E. Brown, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Jeffrey S. Poirier, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Edgar N. Camacho, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Misael M. Gonzalez, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 19.

Paula Villarreal, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Jose D. Munoz, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Rivera Investments, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Arnolds Painting, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Liandro Diaz, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Luis A. Chavez, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Rendon Construction, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 20.

Omega Sheet Metal HVAC, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Superior Clean Services, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Lonestar Innovations, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Superior Clean Services, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Timothy D. Beam, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Eleuterio Rangel Jr., unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Sylvia Hernandez, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Karen D. Juarez, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Leon Davis, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Pablo E. Zamarripa, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Javier Garcia, unpaid Employment Security Department taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Stucco & Stone Contractors, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 30.

D&R Perez Trucking, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 30.

PJR Construction, unpaid Department of Revenue taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Speedy Angeles Concrete, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 30.

Tres Pueblos Meat Market, unpaid Department of Labor and Industries taxes, filed Dec. 31.

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