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March 31st, 2015 - News of Record

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of March 21 Traffic Speeding - Selina D. Castorena, combined with improper display of registration plates, $143 plus state traffic school; Jesse Grossman, $173; Darius D. Hughes, $143 plus state traffic school; Crystal R. Rhodimer, $143 plus state traffic school; Antonius Scott, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license; Janine K. Shackelford, $143 plus state traffic school; Daniel L. Tincher, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $743; Kim Elles Williams, $143 plus state traffic school; Madeline M. Wilson, $143 plus state traffic school; Jeffery L. White $173. Failure to wear seatbelt - Nicolas T. Disciplina, combined with no operator's/moped license, $268; Andrew Charles Partlow, $25. Reckless driving - Brandon Tyler Graeter, $143; David Michael Owen, $243. Careless driving - William Stilwell, combined with leaving the scene of an accident, $436. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Brandon T. Hood, $343 plus two days with credit. No/expired registration plates - Austin T. Williams, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance and operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $668. Excessive windshield/window tinting - Donyell D. Nevills, combined with speeding, $285.50. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Davian J. Gray, Lexington, combined with speeding, $260.50 plus state traffic school. Illegal possession of legend drug - Sudie R. Asher, 1217 Hedden Road, $115.50 plus two days with credit. Theft by unlawful taking - David Clark, 108 Loy Street, $249.75 plus time served. Possession of a controlled substance - George H. Howard III, 214 Russell Avenue, combined with failure to yield right of way, operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, possession of drug paraphernalia and 3rd degree possession of a controlled substance, $410.50 plus seven days with credit. Jail docket On March 23, Judge Vanessa Dickson presided over an arraignment from the Woodford County Detention Center. Possession of synthetic drugs, class B - Lindsay M. Pressnell, Curry Court, combined with no operator's/moped license, possession of drug paraphernalia, and DUI, $835.50 plus six days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to eight non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made two arrests. On March 25, two debit cards and a purse worth $20 were reported stolen on Duncan Road. On March 27, a door frame on a home on Steele Road was reported broken and a television worth $150 stolen. On March 21, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Elm Street that caused $500 in damage to a rock. On March 21, a Chevy Silverado was reported vandalized on Duell Drive, with damage estimated at $300. On March 22, police made an arrest on Dan Drive involving alcohol intoxication in a public place and assault on a police officer. On March 22, a burglary was reported on Russell Court. On March 22, $423.30 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported on McCracken Pike. On March 22, a compressor and thermostat board and wiring worth a total of $2,508 were reported stolen from a home on Paddock Drive. On March 22, chainsaws and tools worth an estimated $1,800 were reported stolen from a parking lot on Beasley Road. On March 22, a report was made of flagrant non-support on Marsailles Road. On March 23, a 38-caliber pistol was reported stolen from a home on Macey Avenue. On March 25, $828.50 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at a convenience store on Hill Gail Way. State Police On Monday, March 28, Kentucky State Police Post 13 Trooper Jeffrey McWhorter was on his way home from in-service training in Frankfort. McWhorter saw a vehicle pulled off the right shoulder of I-64 near the 63-mile marker when he observed a man attempting to pull a woman out of the passenger side of an SUV. McWhorter then observed the man out of the car and on top of the woman, choking her. The man saw the trooper then turned to him. McWhorter saw a knife in the man's hand and drew his Taser. After giving the man several verbal commands to drop the knife and get on the ground, the trooper deployed his Taser. After detaining the man, McWhorter tended to the woman, who was treated at the scene and released by Woodford County EMS. The man, Travis Phillips, 40, of Frankfort, suffered a self-inflicted knife wound and was transported to a local hospital. He was charged with assault 4th degree, terroristic threatening 3rd degree, and resisting arrest. The Versailles Police Department also assisted during the incident. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed nine child safety seats during the past week. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Princess Circle and Morgan Street March 23, on Morgan Street March 24, on Crossfield Drive March 25, on Tyrone Pike March 26, on Ryne Court, Nancy Street, and Westview Drive March 27, and at Bluegrass Community Hospital March 28. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Poplar Street at Oak Street March 24. A grease fire was extinguished on Gormley Drive March 24. An alarm malfunctioned at Southside Elementary School March 27. County Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Lillards Ferry Road March 22, on Hunters Ridge Road, Glenns Circle, and Bayberry Road March 27, and on I-64 March 28. A muck fire was extinguished on Steele Road March 22. A mulch fire was extinguished on Hope Lane March 22. Fire in some mulch and a pine tree was extinguished on Hope Lane March 22. An alarm was accidentally activated at a Hunters Ridge Road March 24. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the Blue Grass Parkway March 24 and on Woodlake Road March 25. An alarm malfunctioned on Lexington Road March 26. An alarm was accidentally activated on Pinckard Pike March 28. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - William M. McHugh and Tina V. McHugh; Ann Marie Beasley and Kenneth Alan Beasley. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., vs. Tiffany S. Brown for support for minor child. Patricia V. Jones, et al., vs. Terry Wilson for support of minor children. Deaconess Hospital, LLC, vs. Heather Richter for $4,445.57 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Peter Anthony O' Nan, et al., vs. Courtney Roberts, et al., for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs claimed due relating to basement flooding in April 2015. DEEDS Geneva Lynn Bridwell, Todd Bridwell, Glenn Kevin Franck and Ronda Franck to Joseph H. Nallia III and Danielle E. Nallia, 117 Ravenwood Road, $215,900. Jeremy S. Emerson to Cristina J. Emerson, 1002 Lane Circle, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Jonathan J. Martin and Sara R. Martin to Susan K. Martin, 500 Hippe-Agee Road, no deed tax noted. Christiana Trust (Wilmington Savings Fund Society, trustee), to RESI SFR Sub, LLC, 532 Betty Court, $10, quitclaim deed. Frank Haydon and Cathy Haydon to Eloise Family Limited Partnership (Edward C. Kelsey Jr., partner) and Edward C. Kelsey Jr., 3137 West Leestown Road, $115,000. Eloise Family Limited Partnership to Edward C. Kelsey Jr. and Lisa Cox Kelsey, 3137 West Leestown Road, no deed tax noted. James D. Rouse and Sharon B. Rouse to Centre College of Kentucky, 687 Kidds Mill Road, no deed tax noted. Ball Homes, LLC, to Richard S. Wood and Tabitha Wood, 541 Ravenwood Road, $261,910. Bobby Dotson and Elizabeth Dotson to Robert Helferstay and Pamela Helferstay, 145 Pinckard Pike, $345,000. Betty J. Hunter to Sherry Hunter Garner, 1485 McCowans Ferry Road, no deed tax noted. Martha Alexander to Betty Hunter and Michael D. Hunter, 238 West Stephens Street, Midway, $138,900. Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association) to Alexander Riddle, 379 South Main Street, $154,000. Jerry Mills and Carolyn Mills to Michael Mills, 410 Tincher Drive, $178,000. Kenneth D. Blevins and Alicia R. Blevins to Russell O. Abner and Krista M. Abner, 203 Normandy Road, $149,500. Lewis E. Hill and/or Edwina F. Hill revocable living trust (Patricia Thomas, Thomas Edward Hill and Janet Hill Jewell, trustees), to Janet Hill Jewell, 796 Marcella Street, no deed tax noted. Lewis E. Hill and/or Edwina F. Hill revocable living trust (Patricia Thomas, Thomas Edward Hill and Janet Hill Jewell, trustees), to Thomas Edward Hill, 831 Nancy Street, no deed tax noted. Lewis E. Hill and/or Edwina F. Hill revocable living trust (Patricia Thomas, Thomas Edward Hill and Janet Hill Jewell, trustees), to Patricia Hill Thomas, 791 Mildred Street, no deed tax noted. Ernest Bradley Arnold and Douglas Stevenson Arnold (as co-trustees of the Norma Bradley Arnold revocable trust), to Douglas Stevenson Arnold, an undivided one-third interest in 1.786- and 12.488-acre land parcels on Lexington Road, no deed tax noted. Ernest Bradley Arnold and Douglas Stevenson Arnold (as co-trustees of the Norma Bradley Arnold revocable trust), to Ernest Bradley Arnold, an undivided one-third interest in 1.786- and 12.488-acre land parcels on Lexington Road, no deed tax noted. Ernest Bradley Arnold and Douglas Stevenson Arnold (as co-trustees of the Norma Bradley Arnold revocable trust), to Norma Arnold White, an undivided one-third interest in 1.786- and 12.488-acre land parcels on Lexington Road, no deed tax noted. Douglas Stevenson Arnold and Karen P. Arnold to Norma's Forever, LLC, (Ernest B. Arnold, member), an undivided one-third interest in 1.786- and 12.488-acre land parcels on Lexington Road, no deed tax noted. Ernest Bradley Arnold and Sarah E. Arnold to Norma's Forever, LLC, an undivided one-third interest in 1.786- and 12.488-acre land parcels on Lexington Road, no deed tax noted. Norma Arnold White to Norma's Forever, LLC, an undivided one-third interest in 1.786- and 12.488-acre land parcels on Lexington Road, no deed tax noted. MARRIAGE LICENSE Kimberly Denise Poe and William Matheny Wilson.

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