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May 5th, 2016 - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of April 25 Traffic Failure to wear seatbelt - Zeena M. Brady, $25; Aiden Sheehan, $25; Heather E. Walker, $25. Careless driving - Seth J. Cambron, $143 plus state traffic school. No operator's/moped license - Robert S. Cunningham, $243; Briseno J. Lamberto, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $743. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Andrew Doerr, combined with speeding, $367; Danny R. Jadron, $368. Speeding - Brooke Dunn, $198; Christopher B. Fraine, $163; Allison L. Griffith, $143 plus state traffic school; Michael B. Hamrick, $163; Jessica L. Hatton, $143 plus state traffic school; Jennifer N. Sellers, $243; Hunter W. Sherwood, combined with no operator's license in possession, $248; Darla Vollrath, $243. No/expired registration plates - David L. Fraser, combined with no operator's license in possession, $218; Kenneth W. Whittaker, combined with no operator's license in possession, $218. DUI - Christian Ibarra Garcia, $743 plus four days with credit or six days' home incarceration; Christopher Z. Sprankle, $743 plus four days with credit; Jacob W. Taylor, $743. No operator's license in possession - Joshua Nicholas Moore, $193. Failure to file accident report - Harold Shanks, $243. Misdemeanors Possession of drug paraphernalia - Jancee R. Blake, 312 Macey Avenue, combined with DUI, $793 plus seven days with credit. Theft by unlawful taking (less than $500) - Curtis H. Donovan, 116 Pandy Street, $235.50 plus five days with credit. Violation of KY EPO - Danny Jadron, address unavailable, 30 days with credit. Assault, 4th degree, domestic violence (minor injury) - Angulo Phillip, 281 Douglas Avenue, $185.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Austin R. Paul, Nicholasville, $200.50; Eric W. Blake, 312 Macey Avenue, $200.50; Jerry L. Russell, Nicholasville, $200.50; Chelsi Wade Stone, 128 Dan Drive, $285.50. Public intoxication, controlled substance - Phillip L. Bryant Jr., 344 Dunroven Drive, combined with possession of marijuana, $285.50; Bradley T. Morris, address unavailable, $185.50. Possession of marijuana - Tanner S. Cheatham, 107 Dan Drive, combined with reckless driving, $395.50; Jerrica D. Paige, 1071 Tamworth Lane, $310.50. Criminal attempt to violate KY EPO - Louis V. Mucci, 201 Falcon Road, $160.50 plus 11 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years. Police Reports Versailles police responded to nine non-injury accidents, made two arrests and issued three citations. On April 28, a report was made of receiving stolen property on High Street involving a Gatormade trailer worth $1,200. On May 2, a mailbox and wooden post worth $100 were reported vandalized on Sycamore Parkway. On May 2, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Main Street. A wheel center cap belonging to a late model Ford Escape was recovered at the scene. On May 2, $740 in cash was reported stolen from a Frankfort Street restaurant. On May 2, two locks and a chain worth a total of $50 were reported broken at a Leestown Pike farm, and a stolen Chevrolet Silverado was recovered. On May 2, an arrest was made on Lexington Road involving marijuana possession, tampering with physical evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. On May 2, an arrest was made on Midway Road involving possession of controlled substances (first and third degrees) and illegal possession of a legend drug. On May 1, a citation was issued on Merewood Drive involving no registration plates, failure of the owner to maintain required insurance and marijuana possession. On April 30 on Merewood Drive, $1,455.36 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported. On April 29, a citation was issued at Kroger involving $6.36 in shoplifting and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. On May 1, a report was made at Huntertown Road of garbage dumped at other than a permitted site. On May 1, a Frankfort Street business reported a $500 window vandalized and $213.68 in stolen merchandise. On April 29, a citation was issued for shoplifting items worth a total of $147.63 from a Lexington Road grocery. On April 29, jewelry worth $4,630 was reported stolen from a home on Westview Drive. On April 29, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the Kroger parking lot that caused $5,000 in damage to a Honda Accord. On April 29, $250 worth of clothing in a Gregory Court home was reported cut and bleached. On April 27, identity theft was reported in a Hawthorne Court store. On April 26, identity theft involving a stolen debit/credit card was reported on Dove Park. On April 25, Renegade speakers worth $360 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Montgomery Avenue. On April 27, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Troy Pike. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed five child safety seats during the past week. A mulch fire was extinguished on Crossfield Drive April 26. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Luther Bland Court April 30. Firefighters responded to a report of an overheated motor in the HVAC system at Bluegrass Community Hospital May 1. County A lightning strike is the probable cause of a fire that nearly destroyed an Elliston Lane residence April 26. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Regent Court April 26 and on Shryocks Ferry Road May 1. A tree fire was extinguished on Aiken Road April 28. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Old Frankfort Pike April 28 and on Leestown Road April 30. Natural gas leaks were investigated on Lexington Road April 30 and on Old Frankfort Pike May 1 and May 2. A limb fell on a power line on Pinckard Pike May 1. An alarm malfunctioned on Duckers Road May 1. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Ethan Wickline and Lauren Michelle Sutherland Wickline; Renita M. Hyde and John R. Hyde; Brandon C. Douglas and Jackie B. Douglas. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, vs. Bettie L. Blevins for $88,236.27 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. PBI Bank, Inc., vs. Angela L. Sims, et al., for $19,744.78 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Gary McDonald and Carol McDonald, 433 Davistown Road, $36,800. Anthony W. McCoy and Carol A. McCoy to James B. Keogh and Anne Keogh, 307 Westwood Court, $180,000. Frank Haydon and Cathy Haydon to Stockwood Farm, LLC, (Catherine M. Lyons and Matthew F. Lyons, members), 30.031 acres on Woodlake Road, $225,000. Danielle L. Owens Masters and Jonathan C. Masters to Kyla Parrett, 131 Chestnut Lane, $129,000. Ralph E. Trayner Jr. and Mark M. Trayner, as co-trustees of the Ralph E. Trayner estate, to Steve Sims and Rebecca Sims, 132 Gaybourne Way, $65,000. Melton Moreno, Ltd., (Tony Moreno, president), to WoodLea Farms, LLC, (Amy Pope Stinnett, member manager), 127 East Main Street, Midway, $230,000. James M. Sills to Joshua R. Vance, 106 and 108 Spring Run Road, $164,000. Jamcor Investments, Inc., (Cormella J. McEwen, vice president), to Katie Routt Eastridge and Bryan F. Eastridge, 25 Nottingham Drive, $184,000. Susan A. Carroll to Sean W. Carroll, 205 Pintail Court, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Tambra Jane Wooldridge to Teddy Lynn Magness, 505 Clifton Road, $1 and other consideration. Creative Homebuilders, LLC, (Joseph C. Davenport and Robert W. Davenport, members), to Tim Sawyer and Mitzi Sawyer, 4064 Greentree Road, $343,999. Jane Stephenson Ivy to Scaturro Properties, LLC, (Diana Scaturro, member), 2435 Hifner Road, $175,000. Trudy Day to Hans family trust (Lloyd H. Hans and Carla Kay Hans as co-trustees), 730 Oregon Road, $882,000. Adanne Hancock Bagby to Ellen Rardin Bagby, interest in 52 acres on Weisenberger Mill Road, $120,000. Ben Sherwood Hancock to Adanne Hancock Bagby, interest in 52 acres on Weisenberger Mill Road, $117,000. Villasenor St. Hill Hancock to Adanne Hancock Bagby, interest in 52 acres on Weisenberger Mill Road, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Jeffrey Tack revocable living trust (David M. Tack, Suzanne L. Tack and Lori Riggins, co-trustees), to John Wall and Toni L. Christopher, 801 Lakeview Drive, $308,000. Pamela R. Kemper to Zed N. Waltz and Alyssa Waltz, 202 Hunter Court, $167,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, as trustee, 305 Lower Clifton, $33,334. Danny L. Breaden and Susan M. Breaden to Michael D. Collins, 168 Peachtree Road, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. B & M Farms, LLC, (Bobby J. McIntyre, member), to Richard B. Graham and Betty Conger-Graham, 146 Aachen Way, $89,900. Northfield Properties, LLC, (Robert Thompson, member), to Randall Moore and Candace Moore, 1004 Scotts Way, $52,000. AB & EM Properties, LLC, (Heather Moffett, member), to Jonathan Sherrod and Kristin Sherrod, 352 South Main Street, $125,000. Gregory Gardner, as executor of the Charles Hunter estate, to Sherry Hunter Gardner, 931 Altamont Court, no deed tax noted. DeBold Built Homes, Inc., (Jason DeBold, president), to Jason DeBold, 202 Macey Avenue, no deed tax noted. Richard Roney-Dougal and Rosalind Roney-Dougal to Sarah L. Gregg, 209 West Stephens Street, Midway, $272,000.

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