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Local salon is awarded $2,100 to settle lawsuit

July 13, 2005|by MARLO BARNHART

A civil lawsuit involving the failure of a former employee to return a company vehicle was settled Monday in Washington County District Court, with Sagittarius Salon and Spa being awarded $2,100 by Visiting Judge Noel Spence.

According to court records, the defendant in the civil case, Malcolm Norred, did not appear for Monday's hearing.

Two weeks ago, Edward Masood - husband of Sagittarius owner Marsha Knicley-Masood - appeared in District Court on a misdemeanor charge of malicious destruction of property involving the same company vehicle.

That charge was dismissed by District Judge Ralph France when Norred failed to appear.

Edward Masood, 61, of 10843 Archer Lane in Williamsport, had been charged with smashing the headlights of a car that Norred had been using in February even though his employment with Sagittarius had ended.

According to court documents, police went to 56 Broadway, Apt. 1B, on Feb. 25 at 10:57 p.m. after receiving a call from Norred, who said he saw Masood break the headlights of a 1993 Mazda that was parked to the rear of Norred's apartment.

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Masood is supervisor for athletics, fine arts, health and physical education for Washington County Public Schools.

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