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June 23rd - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of June 13 Traffic Disregarding stop sign - Dakeil D. Allen, combined with disregarding traffic control device (traffic light) and improper passing, $75. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Denise R. Brandon, combined with no/expired Kentucky registration receipt and no insurance, $868; Michael G. Amosson, combined with DUI, $793 plus four days with credit. Improper equipment - Curtis H. Donovan, two counts, $286. Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol - Julia P. Glenn, $343. Failure to wear seatbelt - Narcisso E. Gomez, combined with no operator's/moped license, $268; James G. Haydyn, combined with no operator's license in possession, $218; Titus T. Mayhorn, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $694; Benjamin J. Roberts, $25. No/expired registration receipt - Maurice G. Keys, combined with no operator's license in possession, $243; Mark H. Springer, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668. Speeding - Thomas D. Land, $163; Roberto N. Martinez Alvarado, combined with no operator's/moped license, $219; Navonta L. Snow, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $743. DUI - Donald R. Pasley, $718. Misdemeanors Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Aaron M. Adams, Georgetown, $200.50; Edtavius D. Garrett, address unavailable, $200.50. Possession of a controlled substance, 3rd degree - Tyler D. Larkins, Midway, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and DUI, $743. Criminal trespassing, 1st degree - Jessica L. Gunnell, Harrodsburg, combined with three counts of theft by unlawful taking, 3rd degree, 31 days, serve one. Disorderly conduct, 2nd degree - Justin Amosson, 120 Highview Drive, $210.50. Possession of marijuana - Kevin Wayne Crowder, Lawrenceburg, $310.50; Brandon P. Jackson, Joppa, Ill., $310.50. Theft by deception (includes cold checks) - Tammy L. Howard, 117 Walnut Street, $374.55; Faye Spencer, 231 Clifton Road, $281.75. Public intoxication, controlled substance - Brandon S. Johnson, 404 Ryne Court, $210.50. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Jeffery D. Blevins, Nicholasville, combined with criminal attempt, unlawful transaction with a minor, $160.50 plus three days with credit. Criminal possession of a forged instrument - Matthew W. East, Lexington, two counts, $185.50 plus time served. Police Reports Versailles police responded to three injury accidents, 17 non-injury wrecks, issued three citations or summonses and made one arrest. On June 10 at 6:28 p.m., a Chrysler 200 driven by Devon Booker, 21, of Harrodsburg, was outbound on Lexington Road approaching the light at Paddock Drive. A Toyota 4-Runner driven by Candice J. Carson, 24, of 209 Normandy Circle, was on Paddock Drive, waiting to turn left onto Lexington Road. Booker told police that glare from the sun prevented him from seeing the color of the traffic light and that he hit the brakes when he entered the intersection. Witnesses say Booker ran the red light, and police found no skid marks from braking. Carson was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On June 13 at 5:44 p.m., a Toyota Corolla driven by Samuel J. Taylor, 18, of Lexington, was traveling on Scotts Ferry Road. Taylor stopped at a stop sign, then turned left and struck a Honda Accord driven by Kenneth R. Vanover, 44, of 3191 Fords Mill Road. The Accord was then struck by a Ford Crown Victoria driven by William D. Burgess, 26, of Nicholasville. Vanover told police that Taylor pulled out into his lane. Vanover's vehicle struck a telephone pole and he was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say Taylor's failure to yield and inattention caused the crash. On June 18 at 3:56 p.m., a Toyota Tundra driven by James D. Lowry, 38, was traveling on Paynes Mill Road while a bicycle ridden by Andrew Spargo, 22, of Lexington, was traveling in the opposite direction. Police say Spargo appeared to strike the driver's side of Lowry's vehicle with his handle bars, then his face struck the side mirror. Spargo's bicycle hit the guard rail and the end of the bridge over Elkhorn Creek. Lowry told police he didn't see the cyclist until both entered a steep curve. Spargo was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On June 20, a citation/summons was issued to a person accused of shoplifting a phone charger worth $27.99 from a store on Marsailles Road. On June 20, police began investigating an alleged rape on Woodson Drive. On June 13, an iPhone and case worth a total of $400 were reported stolen from a building on Beasley Road. On June 16, police issued a citation/summons on Falling Springs Boulevard for criminal littering and the possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. On June 15, identity theft was reported on Elm Street Heights. On June 16, police issued a citation/summons for trafficking in controlled substances within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia. On June 17, a store on Crossfield Drive reported receiving $1,000 in counterfeit cash. On June 16, a television, computer and other items worth a total of $3,499 were reported stolen from a home on Gastineau Lane. On June 17, $1,004.92 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at a Main Street convenience store. On June 15, $320 in cash was reported stolen from a restaurant on Lexington Road. On June 13, $550 in cash was reported stolen from a home on Cleveland Avenue and a laptop was smashed, with damage estimated at $200. On June 18, a purse and iPhone worth a total of $311 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Pinckard Pike. On June 19, diapers and baby wipes worth a total of $82 were reported stolen from a store on Lexington Road. On June 17, police made an arrest on Yellow Jacket Drive involving following a vehicle too closely, DUI and the possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. On June 19, the right rear passenger window of a vehicle on Bowmar Street was broken, with damage estimated at $250. On June 18, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Kroger Way, with damage to a Chevrolet Camaro estimated at $100. On June 16, flagrant non-support was reported on Mundys Landing Road. On June 17, flagrant non-support was reported on Queensway Drive. Fire Reports City An alarm was accidentally activated at the old Kroger building on Marsailles Road June 14. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Arbor Meadow Court June 14, on Elm Street Heights and S. Locust Street June 15, on Tyrone Pike and Ryne Court June 17, at Margaret Hall Manor on Elm Street and on Marsailles Road June 18, on Clifton Road June 19, and on Mack Street, Virginia Avenue and at the OSRAM Sylvania Lamp Plant on Tyrone Pike June 20. A smoke detector was accidentally activated on Lexington Street June 15. A small fire at Addie's at The Woodford Inn was out on the arrival of firefighters June 17. County Fire destroyed a garage on Gaybourne Way June 14. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on I-64 June 15 and on Lexington Road June 18. A smoke detector malfunctioned at an Oxford Road residence June 16. An alarm malfunctioned at a Pisgah Pike location June 21. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Jared Garland Conn and Jamie Ann Mitchell; Carol L. Broughton and William Keith Broughton. Doris Ann Ott vs. David Geoffrey Buchanan for joint custody, time sharing and support for minor child. Amber Ellis vs. Clay Speigle for support for minor child. DEEDS B & M Farms, LLC, (Bobby J. McIntyre, member), to Terry A. Burns, 125 Aachen Way, $89,900. Quicken Loans, Inc., to Miami Valley Holdings, LLC, 111 Deer Haven Drive, $161,840. Hiddenaway Development, Inc., (R. W. Hicks, president), to Kimberly S. Morris, as trustee of the Kimberly Schipke Morris revocable trust, 6125 Hiddenaway Lane, $99,400. Carolyn Ann Jones to James L. Berry and Arlene F. Berry, 405 Sweetbay Court, $129,900. Adam McDonald and Tiffany McDonald to Steve Roethle and Ronda Roethle, 403 Quail Run, $169,900. Alene Kearns to Bobby McIntyre, 115 Shetland Lane, $179,500. Rachel R. White and Paul S. White to Robert H. Kelley, 219 Montgomery Avenue, $180,000. George Segal, as trustee of the George Segal revocable trust, to Jack, James and Harry's Kentucky Farm, LLC, (Maurice Regan, member), 389.5 acres at 1580 Pisgah Pike (Brittany Farm), 70.9486 acres at 980 Pisgah Pike and 59.117 acres at 1000 Pisgah Pike, and 23.8834 acres at 5763 Versailles Road and 21.5 acres at 3401 Elkchester Road in Fayette County, $8,000,000. Roberta L. Leckbee, as trustee of the Roberta L. Leckbee revocable trust, to Kenneth S. Johnson, 3679 Old Frankfort Pike, $375,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Brittani Caprice Lashea Campbell and Domonique Darrell Lamont Kirtley; Ashley Marie Wilbanks and Benjamin Joseph Geiser; Charity Faith Reynolds and Kenneth Wyatt Courtney; Griselda Tovar Gomez and Anicasio Salas Vega; Julie Heatherton Ashley and Paul Ray Bradley; Lucy Rena Griffith and Terry Alan Houp Jr.; Bekka Leann King and Matthew Paul Korosec; Kennedy Patricia Burch and Austin Clay Bowman; Susan Marie Boyd and Krystal Dawn Bailey-Disney; Amanda Gayle Foley and William Phillip Overstreet; Meghan Eileen Crosman and Courtney Lynn Roberts; Theresa Marie Hume and Michael Owen Mattingly.

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