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17-1665 - ALBRECHTSEN v. PARSONS et al

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17-1665 - ALBRECHTSEN v. PARSONS et al
February 8, 2018
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ORDER denying Plaintiff's 26 Motion to Strike Notice of Appearance. See Order. Copy to Plaintiff via US Mail. Signed by Magistrate Judge Tim A. Baker on 2/8/2018. (SWM)
May 7, 2018
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ORDER - Plaintiff Mark Albrechtsen was driving in Indianapolis early in the morning on March 2, 2017, when he encountered three vehicles bearing United States Government license plates. The vehicles were driven by Defendants, who are all employees at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in the Police Services Division. One of the Defendants pulled Mr. Albrechtsen over and asked him to move out of the way. Mr. Albrechtsen then drove away. Mr. Albrechtsen, proceeding pro se, asserts claims against Defendants for violation of the First and Fourth Amendments. Presently pending and ripe for the Court's consideration is Defendants' Partial Motion to Dismiss. [Filing No. 32]. For the reasons stated in this Order, the Court GRANTS Defendants' Partial Motion to Dismiss. 32. Mr. Albrechtsen's First Amendment retaliation claim against all Defendants and his Fourth Amendment claim against Captain Parsons are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. Remaining pending is Mr. Albrechtsen's Fourth Amendment claim against Officer Walters and Lieutenant Laughlin. The Court requests that the Magistrate Judge confer with the parties regarding the possibility of resolving that claim short of trial. No partial final judgment shall issue at this time. (SEE ORDER). Copy to plaintiff via US Mail. Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 5/7/2018.(APD)