Assets Frozen Indiana AG Files $3.1 Million Lawsuit Against Jamey Noel and Relatives

Assets Frozen: Indiana AG Files $3.1 Million Lawsuit Against Jamey Noel and Relatives

Two civil lawsuits have been filed against Jamey Noel, his family, and a former business associate, demanding that they pay back more than $4 million that was purportedly misappropriated from Noel’s publicly funded fire and emergency medical services or the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

The first lawsuit was filed against Noel, Auto-Owners Insurance, and former Scott County Sheriff Kenneth Hughbanks.

It was announced on Friday. Although Noel and Hughbanks do not own or run Auto-Owners Insurance, Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita claims Noel utilized insurance company bonds to purchase cars.

Details of a second complaint filed on Friday against Kevin Wilkerson, a current employee of the Utica Township Volunteer Firefighters Association (UTVFA), and Jamey Noel, his wife Misty Noel, and their kids Gracy, Kasey, and Josey were made public by court officials on Wednesday.

The defendants are being sued again for allegedly stealing more than $3.1 million from the UTVFA and using it for personal purchases.

In addition, the attorney general requested a temporary restraining order that would prevent all defendants—aside from Wilkerson—from liquidating their assets or selling their houses.

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In addition, the attorney general requested a temporary restraining order that would prevent all defendants—aside from Wilkerson—from liquidating their assets or selling their houses.

According to Rokita’s office, there is proof that Kasey started the process of selling her Old Salem Road home, and Misty has made efforts to try to sell a minimum of 21 cars that she either co-owns with Jamey or has authority over on Jamey’s behalf.

Both of these lawsuits will be heard by Judge Larry Medlock, the special judge appointed to Jamey, Misty, and Kasey’s criminal cases. Jamey was given a May 20 court appearance date in Washington County Court.

In addition to counts of theft, tax evasion, unethical business operations, ghost employment, and governmental misconduct, he is charged with 25 felonies.

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