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November 29, 2012
DISTRICT COURT, EL PASO COUNTY,
270 South Tejon Street, Room
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
STATE OF COLORADO,
JOHN W. SUTHERS, ATTORNEY GENERAL
STATE OF COLORADO, ex rel. JOHN W.
SUTHERS, ATTORNEY GENERAL,
SPRINGS TRANSMISSION AND AUTOMOTIVE,
GREG EHNES, INDIVIDUALLY, AND JESSICA
Plaintiff, the State of Colorado, upon relation of John W. Suthers, Attorney General for
the State of Colorado, by and through undersigned counsel, and Defendants, Springs
Transmission and Automotive, Greg Ehnes and Jessica White ("Defendants"), having each
consented to the entry of this Stipulated Preliminary Injunction, without any admission of
wrong doing by the Defendants or any prejudice to Plaintiffs ability to prosecute the claims
against Defendants in Plaintiff's Complaint; and the Court having considered this matter and
being fully advised in the premises, FINDS, CONCLUDES AND ORDERS AS FOLLOWS: SO ORDERED
The moving party is hereby ORDERED
to provide a copy of this Order to any pro
se parties who have entered an
appearance in this action within 10 days
from the date of this order.
Thomas K. Kane
District Court Judge
DATE OF ORDER INDICATED ON ATTACHMENT
CO El Paso County District Court 4th JD
Filing Date: Nov 29 2012 01:17PM MST
Filing ID: 48035673
Review Clerk: Jeanne Golding
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Springs Transmission and Automotive
November 28, 2012
DENVER - Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that the Consumer Fraud Unit secured a Stipulated Preliminary Injunction with Springs Transmission and Automotive, Greg Ehnes, and Jessica White of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The injunction was consented to by the defendants and without admission of any wrong doing. It prohibits the defendants from owning or operating any automotive services businesses. For the actual court filings, please go to: