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April 13th, 2016 - News of Record

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of April 4 Traffic Speeding - Evan L. Adams, 243; Lindsey B. Carroll, $173; Christian T. Duncan, combined with reckless driving, $163 plus state traffic school; Devon J. Griffith, $198; Luis Hernandez, combined with no operator's/moped license, possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, failure to wear seatbelt and no insurance, $741; Jose Perez-Gomez, combined with no operator's/moped license, $292; Quevonne Taylor, $198; Jose Reynosa, combined with no operator's/moped license and reckless driving, $348; Benjamin D. Sargent, $143 plus state traffic school; Tylar M. Smith, $143 plus state traffic school. Failure to maintain insurance - Emilee Kaitlin Brand, $243. No insurance - Ryan Keith Davis, $243. Reckless driving - Chaz D. Evans, $243. Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol - Kloe T. Hall, $468. DUI - Deric Lee Merriman, $743; Gay D. Smith (third offense), $1,018 plus 60 days with restitution. No/expired registration plates - Dale Lee Smith, combined with failure to produce insurance card, $268. No operator's/moped license - Erwin J. Valenzuela, $168 plus two days with credit. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Ashley N. Whitis, $1,374. Operating a motor vehicle contrary to law - Caleb R. Callison, combined with no operator's license in possession and failure to file accident report, $343. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Russell E. Bingham, 10 days with credit. Misdemeanors Criminal mischief (2nd degree) - Korey T. Carpenter, address unknown, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, $765.27. Fleeing or evading police (2nd degree) - David M. Flood, Lexington, combined with resisting arrest and DUI, 30 days with two days' credit. Theft by deception (includes cold checks), less than $500 - Eddie Agee, 367 Princess Circle, $678.25. Disorderly conduct (2nd degree) - Teresa Crawford, 235 Clifton Road, $210.50; Helen Mae Doan, 233 Clifton Road, $210.50. Criminal trespassing (2nd degree) - Dario Mariz-Cruz, Lexington, combined with fleeing or evading police (2nd degree) and wanton endangerment (2nd degree), 30 days. Possession of marijuana - Joseph Mark Pace, Lexington, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, $310.50. Theft by unlawful taking (less than $500) - Zachary L. Thomas, 825 Kingsway Drive, combined with no/expired registration plates and no operator's/moped license, $310.50 plus 31 days with one day's credit and balance probated for one year. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Robert A. Richard, 272 Church Street, combined with 4th degree assault on a police/probation officer, 63 days with credit. Circuit Court April 6, 9:30 Rob Johnson, judge Sentencing Hernandino C. Centeno, 38, of Versailles, was sentenced to three years in prison for trafficking in marijuana (8 ounces to under 5 pounds) and two counts of first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Pleas Tracey K. Malone, 34, of Wilmore, pleaded guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance. The commonwealth recommended one year in prison (three years' probation). Leon Tracy, 52, of Frankfort, pleaded guilty (under pretrial diversion) to two counts of third-degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking (over $500). The commonwealth recommended five years in prison (pretrial diverted for five years). Arraignments Stefanie L. Brown, 33, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport. Bryson C. Holland, 23, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to second-degree robbery. Davon L. Jones, 23, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Robert W. Pelzer, 45, of St. Petersburg, Fla., pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport. Keith J. Smith, 27, of Stamping Ground, pleaded not guilty to theft of identity of another without consent, giving officer a false name or address (misdemeanor), license to be in possession (misdemeanor) and failure to wear seatbelts (violation). Probation Forrest E. Metts, of Frankfort, was ordered to serve out a five-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, first-degree attempted possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor), failure to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle with expired operator's license (misdemeanor). Contempt Kevin L. Hunter, 40, of Versailles, was ordered to serve up to 30 days in jail for being in contempt of court on a misdemeanor charge of nonsupport. Trial dates Miranda L. Miller, 25, of Frankfort, was scheduled to return for an Aug. 17 to 19 jury trial to face a charge of first-degree complicity to commit robbery. Justin T. Sizemore, 25, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for an Aug. 17 to 19 jury trial to face charges of first-degree robbery, tampering with physical evidence and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. April 6, 1 p.m. Paul Isaacs, judge Sentencing Aaron S. Young, 23, of Versailles, was placed on five years' probation for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. A one-year prison sentence was suspended. Bryan W. Simpson, 25, of Versailles, was placed on two years' pretrial diversion for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. If Simpson successfully completes the period of diversion, the felony charge will be dismissed and he will not have to serve two years in prison. Pleas Donard Dwyer, 31, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, third-degree burglary, tampering with physical evidence, theft by unlawful taking/disposition of controlled substance (over $500) and second-degree fleeing/evading police (on foot/misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended six years in prison. Misdemeanor charges of possession of burglary tools and third-degree criminal mischief, and a second-degree persistent felony charge were dismissed under the plea agreement. Jeremy R. Lee, 26, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary. The commonwealth recommended three years in prison. Under terms of the plea agreement, misdemeanor charges of possession of burglary tools and theft by unlawful taking (under $500) as well as a second-degree persistent felony offender charge will be dismissed. Christopher D. Manley, 41, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of criminal attempt to manufacturing methamphetamine and cultivation of marijuana (five or more plants). The commonwealth recommended three years in prison. Charges of fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment to a child and first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance were dismissed under the plea agreement. Michael L. Ramirez, 28, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (fourth offense) and an amended charge of second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended one year in prison (to serve 120 days) and a $200 fine. Michael W. Slye Jr., 27, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and first-degree promoting contraband. The commonwealth recommended one year in prison. Charges of operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license (misdemeanor) and speeding (12 mph over/violation) were dismissed under the plea agreement. Arraignments Johnny L. Bodeman, 33, of Louisville, pleaded not guilty to theft by unlawful taking (auto) and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked operator's license. Jose J. Garcia, 33, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Larry W. Johnson, 29, of Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport. Danny Jadron, 25, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment. Clayton R. Knowles, 40, of Midway, pleaded not guilty to third-degree burglary and first-degree bail jumping. Jason E. Lemons, 36, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Kelsey Morris, 21, of Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to two counts of third-degree complicity to burglary. Donnie D. Sparks II, 26, of Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to first-degree burglary, third-degree burglary and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Probation Richard Wayne Craig II, 35, of Versailles was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Casey Lucille Trent, 35, of Lexington, was ordered to serve 60 days in jail (with credit for time served) for violating terms of her probation for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Indictments (March) Stefanie L. Brown, 33, of Versailles, charged with flagrant nonsupport. Rutilo T. Mendoza, 37, of Versailles, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Stefanee Kelley, 31, of Georgetown, charged with flagrant nonsupport and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Larry W. Jackson, 29, of Georgetown, charged with flagrant nonsupport. Donnie D. Sparks II, 26, of Georgetown, charged with first-degree burglary, third-degree burglary and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Kelsey Morris, 21, of Georgetown, charged with two counts of third-degree complicity to commit burglary. Anthony J. Franks, 41, of Airy, Ky., charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), failure to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor), driving on a DUI suspended license (misdemeanor), no/expired registration plate (violation) and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt (violation). Jason E. Lemons, 36, of Versailles, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Bryson C. Holland, 23, of Versailles, charged with second-degree robbery. Jose J. Garcia, 33, of Versailles, charged with being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one injury accident, five non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made three arrests. On April 3 at 5:53 a.m., a Volvo V-70 driven by Mitchell B. Driver, 20, of Lexington, was traveling on Pisgah Pike when Driver lost control rounding a curve near Fire Gate 29 and the vehicle ran off the right side of the road. The vehicle struck the fire gate sign and rock wall before striking a tree head-on. The property owner told police a plank fence, three mail boxes and a redbud tree were also destroyed. Driver was taken to UK Chandler Hospital and a passenger was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS personnel. Police say alcohol was a factor in the crash. On April 4, criminal trespassing and the vandalism of two tires were reported at a Douglas Avenue home, with damage estimated at $300. On April 5, an arrest was made at McDonald's for the criminal possession of a fake $10 bill. On April 5, harassment was reported at a home on Broadway Street. On April 6, torture of a dog or cat was reported at a home on Macey Avenue. On April 6, a phone and charger worth $200 were reported stolen on Powhatan Trail. On April 6, $598.62 in cash was reported stolen from a bank account of a Marsailles Road store. On April 7, a smoker and microwave oven worth a total of $2,100 were reported stolen from a home on Hidden Away Lane. On April 8, identity theft was reported at a home on Carpenter Pike. On April 8, a trailer wheel worth $150 was reported stolen from a farm on Carpenter Pike. On April 9 on Chestnut Lane, a dog was stung by a neighbor's bees, which also allegedly damaged a hot tub. Total damage was estimated at $200. On April 7, police made an arrest on Laval Heights for the possession of $40 worth of cocaine. On April 6, second-degree assault was reported at a Molly Street home. On April 4, rings worth $300 were reported stolen from a home on Powhatan Trail. On April 5, a wallet and purse worth a total of $120 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Marsailles Road. On April 8, two credit cards and a debit card were reported stolen at a Lexington Road gas station. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed two child safety seats during the past week. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Beasley Road April 5, on United Drive April 7, on Lexington Road April 8, on Gormley Drive April 9, on Green Street, at the Woodford County Park, and on Main Street April 10, and on Clifton Road April 12. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Lexington Road April 8. County Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Hanley Lane April 5 and Pinckard Pike April 6. Fire did minor damage to the contents of a garage at an Oregon Road residence April 8. A vehicle fire was extinguished on I-64 April 10. Firefighters investigated an electrical odor at a Craigs Creek Road residence April 11. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on I-64 and Peachtree Road April 11. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding a small adult male dark gray and white mixed-breed dog and a short-haired female cream and white tabby kitten. Public Records SUITS Citizens Commerce National Bank vs. Matthew A. Jacobson, et al., for $889.155.17 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust vs. Jennifer Taylor, et al., for $7,354.63 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust vs. Jennifer Taylor, et al., for $30,866.90 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Fifth Third Bank vs. Jimma S. Scandrani for $7,071.58 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Colonial Health and Rehabilitation Center vs. Charles Murphy for $10,968.68 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Connor Runyan vs. Justin Neal O'Malley for $16,500 and an unspecified amount claimed due for alleged professional negligence, misrepresentation and fraud. DEEDS Doug Kaiser and Roxann Kaiser to Amy Claridge and Rodney Claridge, 129 Ravenwood Road, $205,000. James Hoppin and Teresa B. Hoppin to Sheena L. Pitzer and James A. Pitzer, 244 Higgins Street, Midway, $190,000. Wes Rasmussen and Kathy J. Rasmussen to Paul D. Patterson and Allison Patterson, 410 Normandy Road, $212,000. Michael A. Ashton and Judith R. Ashton to Scott Franklin and Tammy Franklin, 112 Richardson Street, Midway, $137,000. Benjamin B. Clark and Amanda Clark to Jeffrey S. Perdue and Hayley L. Perdue, 136 Chestnut Lane, $124,900. John Daniel Scroggins Jr. and Wendy M. Scroggins to Wendy M. Scroggins, 108 North Hawthorne Court, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Diana Denise Powell and Garry L. Baxter to Craig E. Thomson and Roberta A. Moltzen, 333 Foxtail Road, $475,000. Ryan Todd Mobley to Richard C. Henderlight and Audrey E. Sandknop, 251 Chestnut Lane, $134,000. JPMorgan Chase Bank to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 319 Dogwood Court, no deed tax noted. City of Versailles to NARO Properties, LLC (Leonard K. Nave, member), a 2.55-acre detention area in Cedar Ridge subdivision, $10,000. Dorthea E. Brenyo to Dorthea E. Brenyo, as trustee of the Dorthea E. Brenyo revocable trust, 382 Colony Drive, no deed tax noted. Ball Homes, LLC, to George Cole and Carolyn Cole, 385 Gleneagles Way, $222,918. Landon Thore and Michelle P. Thore to Charles Magruder and Katherine Magruder, 10653 Troy Pike, $350,000. Molly E. Krumm to Dylan Fouts and Morgan Fouts, 240 Gleneagles Way, $168,000. Curtis Elder and Adrienne Elder to McKenna F. Gibson, 862 Mildred Street, $118,000. Okeson Construction, LLC, (Brian Okeson, manager), to Nelson L. Kidder and Reda O. Kidder, 556 Adena Trace, $325,000.

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