IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
CATHERYNNE W. PRYOR-KENDRICK
Civil No. 05-5177
BONNIE RAE NEWTON; RAY NEWTON;
PENNY SUE ROLLER; and RAYMOND
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE MAGISTRATE JUDGE
Catherynne W. Pryor-Kendrick filed this pro se action on November 4, 2005. The
plaintiff proceeds in forma pauperis. The case is before the undersigned for a determination of
whether it should be served upon the defendants.
Pryor-Kendrick filed a fifty-five page document as her complaint. The complaint is
difficult to follow. However, it appears that plaintiff was in partnership with Penny and
Raymond Roller in a dog kennel and breeding business. The partnership apparently ended badly
and plaintiff now seeks to recover her share of the partnership. Plaintiff also contends the
Rollers stole a number of checks and forged the checks resulting in restitution being owed.
Finally, plaintiff contends the Rollers are, or were, wrongfully in possession of various items of
her personal property.
As relief against the Rollers, she asks for judgment in the amount of approximately
$25,000. Plaintiff also asks that a variety of property including mobile homes, a shed, a flat
trailer, a vehicle, furniture, and various dogs be sold and the proceeds paid to her. Finally,
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plaintiff asks that the Rollers be criminally charged, with among other things, theft of property,
forgery, and receiving stolen property.
With respect to Bonnie Newton, it appears she was at some point plaintiff’s landlord.
Plaintiff alleges Bonnie Newton stole checks from the plaintiff’s mail box on May 10, 2002, and
forged the checks. Plaintiff also contends Bonnie Newton committed the following unlawful
acts: stole various items of personal property in 2002; fo