Three former employees of the Ravenswood Domino's, which abruptly closed its doors last month, are suing their former employers claiming they were not paid for time worked prior to the store’s closure.


Three former employees of the Ravenswood Domino's, which abruptly closed its doors last month, are suing their former employers claiming they were not paid for time worked prior to the store’s closure. 

Donald L. White and Joseph A. Malloy of Ravenswood and Chris Middleton of Ripley filed separate suits recently in Magistrate Court. 

The three claim that Domino’s owners William Rader, II, and Shirley Rader of Parkersburg did not pay the employees their final three weeks pay after they closed the Ravenswood location. 
White is seeking restitution in the amount of $842.76, Malloy is seeking $1,750.98, and Middleton is seeking $1,866.81; the three are also seeking court costs and fees to be added onto any judgement. 

The Raders have responded to the complaints by denying the allegations.  When reached by telephone, William Rader said the three were overstating the amount owed during their final pay period. 

When asked why the Domino's location shut down, Rader would only say, “We just went out of business.” 

The cases of White and Middleton have been assigned to Magistrate Jackie Casto, while Malloy’s case will be heard by Magistrate Tom Reynolds.  Further hearings on the matters will be set at a later date.