Dear Mr. Drummond
In regards XXXXX XXXXX and Gia Holiway Case No. 12-61905
My name is XXXXX XXXXX have a Judgment and Garnishment, Case No. C-V-12-3772 in the County of Park, of Ms. Holiway’s wages that have been stayed by this recent filing on the 86 day.
In the State of Montana am I entitled to a Secured Claim under 11 U.S.C. 506 (a) because “in some states, a court judgment is a lien.”
It would not have been there unless I had the garnishment.
I missed the creditors meeting because I could not afford to take off work, as I pay my bills and I have a son in college.
I did work on their fire damaged house, passed all inspections electrical/plumbing and approved by bank personnel. The final bill was sent to Safeco insurance and the Holiway’s put the money in their pocket, along with others’ monies involved in this project.
I put in a bid for another project for the Holiways, a conversion of a garage into a studio for Mr. Holiway. Ms. Holiway fudged my numbers and wrote a check to buy the 87 Wagoner that was repossessed by bank, see page 28 of Doc1. My crew was working on this project at the same time, but the money came from the bank and I sent the statements directly to them. So I was paid in full.
This was plain and simple bank fraud, but Anna DeYoung, the bank president, felt it was better to have Ms. Holiway making payments on the house so she didn’t prosecute. She instead made it a line of credit, which shows up on Schedule F page 18. The car was damaged when it was repossessed and worth maybe $1500.
What they do have that is not on their schedule B are several guns including a new Stainless Steel Ruger rifle that Mr. Holiway bought with cash from Debo’s Pawn shop in mid Sept or early Oct, on a Saturday, of this year, here in Livingston and a gun that Ms. Holiway uses to shoots trap on Thurs. at the trap club. 2 very expensive compound bows, tree stands, etc. Top of the line Fly rods, fly reels and all the other things that fisherman need. All of these items are stored with Ms. Holiway’s nephew, who sells cars for Ressler Motors. His house is in Bozeman.
A paper trail on the gun is at Debo’s, but the rest of this is unapproachable and the perjury factor is a moot point even if the items are within reach or so I am told.
They undoubtedly have a substantial amount of money as they are eating out almost every night at the best restaurants drinking wine and going to the bars afterward. Spouting off that they are filing for bankruptcy, like it is an accomplishment. This is a small town and they have loose lips.
The boat, an Aire Puma series that is listed on the schedule B page 13 at $425. New with frame is $3400, used is worth $1500 to $2000. I have photo and know where it is/was stashed a week ago, undamaged.
I find it odd, as I’m sure you do, that an individual making $244,537.78 over a 3 year period stated on page 26 of 12-6105-RBK Doc#1, are unable to budget their money, pay any debts and be allowed to file for bankruptcy and at the same time mocking the very system that you represent by stating 3 chickens on their schedule B. They don’t have chickens.
It is not a question “if they are going to run, but when”. That is what people on the grift do.
You can contact me.