David Yates - 3/26/12 - The Southeast Texas Record
Because she allegedly refused to open the door, a Beaumont judge is allowing a process server to tack a lawsuit to defendant Brandy Plair's front door.
As previously reported, Waysie Jensen, an officer with the Beaumont Police Department, filed suit against Royale and Brandy Plair on Dec. 30 in Jefferson County District Court, alleging Royale Plair struck his vehicle twice while fleeing a domestic disturbance scene.
Court records show that on Jan. 24 a motion for substitute service was filed, stating that Brandy repeatedly refused to answer her door for the process server, even though there were clear signs she was home.
That same day, Judge Donald Floyd, 172nd District Court, granted the motion, granted the process server permission to tack the plaintiff's petition on Brandy's door or leave it with an adult over the age of 16.
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Motion to substitute service granted in officer's injury suit