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Bounty hunters at wrong house, lawsuit contends

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By Damon Lawrence

A Harriman family is seeking $525,000 in damages from an Alabama bail bond company and two bounty hunters.
Attorney Scott McCluen filed the lawsuit in Roane County Circuit Court on Monday against Ruben Brown, Michael Anthony Henderson Jr. and Learnest Wilson.
They are accused of assault, aggravated assault, aggravated criminal trespass, false imprisonment and reckless endangerment.
Brown owns Affordable Bail Bonds of Montgomery, Ala. According to the lawsuit, he posted a $1,000 bond for a Kayla Inman in Montgomery Municipal Court in August 2012.


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