Frederick County Circuit Court
COMPLAINT FOR WRIT OF ATTACHMENT BEFORE JUDGMENT
Now comes the Plaintiff, Glenwillow, Inc., a Maryland corporation (hereinafter
“Glenvvillow”) by and through its undersigned attorneys, Anne-Herbert Rollins and Miles &
Stockbridge P.C., pursuant to Maryland Rule 2-115(a) and Section 3-303(b)(2) of the Courts and
Judicial Proceedings ‘Article of the Aunotated Code of Maryland, and requests an order directing
the issuance of a writ of attachment for garnishment of the following property owned by the
Defendant, Maria Chungunco (hereinafter “Chungunco”):
1. The property owned by Chungunco to be garnished pursuant to this Court’s writ of
attachment before Judgment consists of that certain 12-year-old chestnut warmblood cross Welsh
gelding pony with four ( 4) white “socks”, born on June 14, 2002, being fourteen and one and one
quarter (14.1 V.) hands tall, with the registered name “Spellbound”, as registered with the United
States Equestrian Federation, registration number #5011851 (hereinafter “Spellbound”), with a
fair market value of approximately Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00), said
pony, Spellbound, being owned by Defendant, Chungunco, and stabled at the property known as
Glenwillow Farm, located at 6710 Picnic Woods Road, Jefferson, Maryland 21755.
2. The last known address of Defendant Chungunco is
3. The garnishee in this proceeding is Glenwillow, Inc., a Maryland corporation, with its
principal offices located at 6710 Picnic Woods Road, Jefferson, Maryland 21755.
4. In support of this request, Plaintiff Glenwillow attaches hereto and incorporates herein
by reference, the affidavit of Kim Stewart, president of Glenwillow, Inc., filed
contemporaneously with this request.
Order for Writ of Attachment entered by court on July 25, 2014
Defendant’s Motion Denied on August 12, 2014
The parties were back in court on September 10. According to the court, Maria Chungunco filed a sanctions request against Kim Stewart for submitting a false affidavit.
The court heard extensive arguments from both sides. Before the court’s ruling, Stewart’s attorney presented a settlement offer to the court, which was documented on the record. Spellbound was released to a Maryland farm for Chungunco’s possession while the parties try and resolve the Maryland case before the next scheduled hearing in October. If the parties reach a resolution there will be no further litigation in the state. Spellbound is not able to leave Maryland until that time.
The Florida lawsuit filed by Chungunco against Stewart and veterinarian Hope Batchelor, DVM continues.
December 3, 2014 – Dismissed with prejudice
Spellbound is back with his family.