U.S. v. APPROXIMATELY $7,041.73 SEIZED FROM BANK OF AMERICA CHECKING ACCOUNT #375008753246 HELD IN THE NAME OF ABYSSINIA LOVE KNOT PHYSICAL THERAPY, LLC

Case No. 16-10314.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. APPROXIMATELY $7,041.73 SEIZED FROM BANK OF AMERICA CHECKING ACCOUNT #375008753246 HELD IN THE NAME OF ABYSSINIA LOVE KNOT PHYSICAL THERAPY, LLC., et al., Defendant in Rem.

United States District Court, E.D. Michigan, Southern Division.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 21 U.S.C. § 881
Cause: 21 U.S.C. § 881 Forfeiture Property - Drugs
Nature of Suit: 625 Drug Related Seizure of Property
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

United States of America, Plaintiff, represented by Marina C. Fernandez , U.S. Department of Justice.

Approximately #68,903.21 seized from Bank of America Checking Account #375011433472 held in the name of Abyssinia Group, Inc, Defendant, represented by Alvin L. Keel .

Approximately $200,367.65 seized from Comerica Bank Business Savings Account #9414025842 held in the name of 1st Priority Physical Therapy, LLC, Defendant, represented by Alvin L. Keel .

Approximately $8,833.35 seized from Talmer Bank Business Checking Account #8800001480 held in the name of Kartik H Shah d/b/a R K Jewelry, Defendant, represented by Alvin L. Keel .

Approximately $19,123.10 seized from DFCU Financial Insured Money Market Account #206924185 held by Ranjan K Shah, Defendant, represented by Alvin L. Keel .

Approximately $98,936.10 seized from Bank of America Money Market Account #006093237565 held by Atul Shah or Yogina A Shah, Defendant, represented by Anjali Prasad , Prasad Legal PLLC.

Approximately $10,732.49 seized from Bank of America Checking Account #006681356967 held in the name of Atul Shah or Yogina A Shah, Defendant, represented by Anjali Prasad , Prasad Legal PLLC.

Yogina Shah, Defendant, represented by Anjali Prasad , Prasad Legal PLLC.

Atul C. Shah, Claimant, represented by Anjali Prasad , Prasad Legal PLLC.

Ranjan K. Shah, Claimant, represented by Alvin L. Keel .

Dr. Kartik H. Shah, Claimant, represented by Alvin L. Keel .

allen gregory, Claimant, represented by Ronald William Chapman, II , Chapman Law Group.


ORDER CONTINUING STAY OF CIVIL FORFEITURE CASE UNTIL OCTOBER 2, 2017

GEORGE CARAM STEEH, District Judge.

This matter comes before the court on the government's July 10, 2017 status report [doc. 61] requesting that the current stay of this civil forfeiture proceeding remain in effect pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 981(g) until its companion criminal case, United States v. Shirley Douglas, et al., 2:16-cr-20436-DML-APP (E.D. Mich. Jun. 16, 2016), is resolved and until such time the government concludes its criminal investigation of the remaining individuals listed in the Complaint. A stay was previously entered upon stipulation for six months, expiring on April 23, 2017.

The United States requests that the stay be extended until October 2, 2017. No objections to a continuation of the stay have been voiced.

The court grants a continuation of the stay of the civil forfeiture action until October 2, 2017. The government is required to provide an updated status report on or before that date.

So ordered.


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