Grady County Jail

Full title: NORMAN JOE LANGFORD, Plaintiff, v. GRADY COUNTY DETENTION CENTER, et al.…

Court: United States District Court, W.D. Oklahoma

Date published: Sep 21, 2009

Facts

Plaintiff is in the custody of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and is currently incarcerated at Lawton Correctional Facility, Lawton, Oklahoma. Plaintiff’s claims in this lawsuit, however, arise from his incarceration at the Grady County Detention Center (GCDC) in Chickasha, Oklahoma, for the period March 2006 through February 2008. For the majority of this period, the plaintiff was incarcerated as a pretrial detainee.

On March 16, 2009, with leave of court, the plaintiff filed a second amended complaint [Doc. #131]. In Count I, the plaintiff challenges the conditions of his confinement at maximum security while at GCDC. He alleges that for three days during November 2006, he had no drinking water, the water in his cell was turned on only twice a day long enough to flush the toilet; he was fed only cold sandwiches; and he had no mattress, no towel, and only minimal clothing. In Count II of the Second Amended Complaint, the plaintiff again challenges the conditions of his confinement during his incarceration at GCDC.

Issue

Decision

it is recommended that:

(1) the Motion for Summary Judgment of Defendant Shane Wyatt [Doc. #87] be granted in part and denied in part;

(2) the Motion for Summary Judgment of Defendants Bill Daughtery and Larry McGill [Doc. #88] be granted in part and denied in part;

(3) the Motion to Dismiss of Defendants Kieran McMullen and Jack Porter [Doc. #155] be denied;

(4) the Motion to Dismiss of Defendants Chris Angel and John Mosley [Doc. #157], construed as a motion for summary judgment, be granted;

(5) the Motion to Dismiss of Defendant Grady County Detention Center [Doc. #143] be granted; and

(6) Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel Discovery [Doc. #165] be denied.

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