A recent blog post about Victor Gaddy has drawn a number of commenters and my stats show it's currently the most highly-read article on this blog. The second most read article, currently, is also a blog post about Victor Gaddy, click here. As most readers will recall, Gaddy was shot by St. Paul police but had connections to North Minneapolis.
One of my blog commenters claimed Gaddy was the father to ELEVEN children.
I don't know if that assertion is true, but it sent me running to check online court information about any civil case involving Victor Gaddy...
In 1996, Victor Terrance Gaddy was part of a case entitled Gaddy, Victor Terrance vs. $700 in US Currency. Based on the title of the case, this involves forfeiture of property (in this case money) allegedly used in a crime. State attorney general Mike Freeman is listed on the case, though the heavy lifting for the state was apparently done by a lawyer named Andrew Martin Lefevour.
Gaddy's interests were represented by Barbara S. Isaacman. Like most old cases in MNCIS, little information is available except dates and names of parties.
Another case is listed as a "support" case and names a woman named Theresa Skelton. The same name shows up later in a case involving Economic Assistance Social Services where Skelton is listed with a North Minneapolis zip code. (55411) The case happened in 2005 and Skelton still owes a judgment of $730.
There are also two "conciliation cases" involving Gaddy where plaintiffs are listed as Renee Mohar and Anthony Mohar.
Another support case, filed only last year and apparently still in progress, involves a woman named Shalesia Denise Havard. Hearings were canceled three times due to "party not served," the last time in August of this year. Havard has had a number of minor charges but most seem to be driving related.
It appears any support case Havard had died along with Victor Gaddy.