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March 17th, 2015 - Records

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of March 7 Traffic Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Sonia E. Alfaro, $343; Richard W. Crowe, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $393. DUI - William H. Baile, $743 plus four days with two days' credit; Kelly Marie Hughes, $718 plus four days with one day's credit; David Wright, $718. No operator's license in possession - Christopher L. Baker, $195; Jerry W. Bledsoe, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $278; Heber N. Mendezo Osorio, $218; Brandon Parrott, combined with speeding, $263. Speeding - Emily P. Fryer, $173; Cameron L. Martin, $198; Tabitha J. McCarty, $143 plus state traffic school; Lucas P. Rigoberto, combined with no operator's/moped license, $279. No/expired registration plates - Megan S. Kennedy, $163. No operator's license in possession - Adam C. Latham, $193. Improperly turning/driving lane - Mesha R. Whitaker, $168. No insurance - James A. Wright, $243; Zachary Barry Kinnard, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $1,168. Misdemeanors Criminal mischief (2nd degree) - Lauryn T. Kinne, address unavailable, four counts, combined with one count 3rd degree criminal mischief, $3,940 plus 93 days, serve three with three days' credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of controlled substance (3rd degree) - Michael C. Rice, address unavailable, combined with careless driving, $335.50 plus two days with credit. Disorderly conduct (2nd degree) - Michael D. Byrd, Nicholasville, $235.50; Anthony Campbell, Nicholasville, $235.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Joan Victoria Dale Broux, Lexington, $200.50. Contempt of court - Michelle Denise Robinson, address unavailable, 30 days, serve three with three days' credit and balance probated if fine paid. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one injury accident, 10 non-injury accidents, made one arrest and issued one citation. On March 7 at 1:50 p.m., a Peterbilt Motors 379 tractor-trailer driven by Billy G. Burse, 46, of Brownsville, Tenn., was traveling on I-64 near the 60 mile marker when it was struck by a Nissan Altima driven by Ahren M. Hoy, 27, of Lexington. The Peterbilt left the road, entered the median, struck a utility pole and went airborne, then struck an embankment near Woodlake Road. Hoy told police he was in the right-hand lane when the Peterbilt struck his vehicle on the driver's side. Burse told police he was in the right lane and tried to pass Hoy in the left lane when Burse began to merge into the left land. Burse was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Police say inattention on the part of both drivers played a role in the crash. On March 7, fraudulent use of a credit card totaling $503 was reported at United Bank. On March 5, six bottles of bourbon worth $536 were reported stolen from a home on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. On March 8, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the McDonald's parking lot. On March 9, an arrest was made involving criminal mischief and marijuana possession on Lexington Street, with an estimated $500 in damage done to a Versailles Police cruiser during the incident. On March 9, $500 in damage to a Toyota Tacoma was reported on Locust Grove Way and $10 was reported stolen from the vehicle. On March 10, the front door of a home on Tyrone Pike was kicked in, with damage estimated at $500. On March 12, a laptop and PlayStation 4 worth a total of $1,540 were reported stolen from a home on Stephens Street in Midway. On March 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Spring Station Road in Midway that caused $400 in damage to a fence and farm gate. On March 10, forged checks were reported at a bank on Marsailles Road. On March 7, theft by extortion involving $300 was reported on Gleneagles Way. On March 14, an iPhone worth $100 was reported stolen from a vehicle in a Marsailles Road parking lot. On March 14, two iron rain gauges worth a total of $100 were reported stolen from a home on Amsden Avenue. On March 11, parts worth $121.30 were reported stolen from Semones Heating and Air. On March 14, $20,552 was reported stolen from a building on Kuhlman Boulevard. On March 14, a citation involving possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia was issued at a home on Poplar Street. On March 14, a television worth $280 was reported stolen from a home on Poplar Street. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed one child safety seat during the past week. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on South Main Street March 8, on Woodford Village Drive March 9, on Park Street at Rose Hill March 10, and on Macey Avenue March 12. Firefighters removed smoke from the Head Start building on Park Street March 10. County Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Shore Acres Road March 11. No source was found for a reported natural gas odor on Paddock Drive March 11. An abandoned building on Germany Road was destroyed by fire March 11. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Troy Pike at Delaney Ferry Road March 12, on Troy Pike March 13, and on Midway Road ("jaws of life" run) March 14. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Reid H. Bybee and Jennifer M. Bybee; Jessica Star Stephens and Travis Wayne Stephens; Susan Marie Boyd and Michelle Rose Boyd. Frederick Myers vs. Christopher Byard, et al., for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs relating to Feb. 28, 2015, accident involving a ladder. Uncle Mo Syndicate, et al., vs. Silver Meadow Farms for $187,600 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., vs. Brian K. Clayton, et al., for $150,420.68 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Versailles Farm Home and Garden, LLC, vs. Jeremy Dotson for $15,144 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Rachelle Powers, et al., vs. Joseph Powers for $7,065.51 in alleged child support arrears.

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