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Lisa Lee Shiloh v. John Does

October 22, 2012

LISA LEE SHILOH,
PLAINTIFF
v.
JOHN DOES, ET AL., DEFENDANTS



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Thomas M. Blewitt United States Magistrate Judge

(Judge Jones)

(Magistrate Judge Blewitt)

REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION

I. BACKGROUND.

On June 8, 2012, Plaintiff Lisa Lee Shiloh, formerly an inmate at the State Correctional Institution Cambridge Springs ("SCI-Cambridge"), Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania, and currently confined at ACACC-Gettysburg, 45 Major Bell Lane, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania,*fn1 filed, pro se, a civil rights action with this Court pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983. (Doc. 1). Plaintiff also filed a form Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis. (Doc. 2).

Plaintiff named the following Defendants in her Complaint, suing them both in their individual and their official capacities:

1. John Does of Pennsylvania State Police Gettysburg, who were State Police Officers at all times relevant to this action.

2. John Does of Adams County Drug Task Force, who were Police Officers at all times relevant to this action.

3. John Does of Adams County Sheriff's Department, who were Police Officers at all times relevant to this action.

4. John Does of Littlestown Police Department, who were Officers at all times relevant to this action.

5. Littlestown Chief of Police, who was Chief of Police at all times relevant to this action.

6. John Does of the Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) of Adams County, who were SERT Officers at all times relevant to this action.

7. John Does of Cumberland Township Police Department, who were Police Officers at all times relevant to this action.

8. Kennith Hassinger, Corporal of Adams County Drug Task Force, who was Supervisor at all times relevant to this action.

9. James O'Shea, Pennsylvania State Trooper of Adams County Drug Task Force, was a State Trooper at all times relevant to this action.

10. Douglas Hilyard, Littlestown Police Officer and Adams County Drug Task Force, was a Police Officer at all times relevant to this action.

11. Christopher Keppel, Pennsylvania State Trooper, Gettysburg [sic] was a State Trooper at all times relevant to this action.

12. John Brumbaugh, Pennsylvania State Trooper, Gettysburg [sic] was a State Trooper at all times relevant to this action.

13. Eric Beyer, Pennsylvania State Trooper, Gettysburg [sic] was a State Trooper at all times ...


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