July 27th - Public Records
District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of July 18 Traffic Failure to wear seatbelt – Tiffiny A. Alcorn, $25; Danny W. Bedwell, $25; Daniel S. Kelly, combined with no/expired registration plates, $188; Adam D. Norsworthy, $25. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Mary E. Back, $368; Timothy A. Evanoff, $343; Latonya Jones, combined with speeding and failure to maintain required insurance, $863; Bryon D. Kidder, combined with speeding and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $373; Josue Lopez, $343; Michael Osei-Tutu, combined with no/expired registration plates, $668; Todd C. Thomas, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $1,193 plus five days with credit. No operator’s license in possession – Juan R. Cabrera, combined with no/expired registration plates, $443; Brittany Graham, $193; Jose Lopez-Soto, $243; Marvin Mucia Benito, $243; Esmerelda Rodriguez Peres, combined with speeding, $223; Stacey L. Shannon, $418; Tiara K. Wilson, combined with speeding, $233. Speeding – Michele R. Delbridge, $198; Dustin L. Hudson, $198; Andrea Johnston, combined with no/expired registration plates, $188; Jordan Mangeot, $143 plus state traffic school, $143 plus state traffic school; Kelly M. Schork, $173; Brandee Tillman, $143 plus state traffic school. No/expired registration plates – Heather N. Dennis, combined with failure of owner to maintain required ownership, $1,168. Operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol – Brody J. Mongeau, $480. DUI – Edmond Joseph Sebastian Jr., $743. Careless driving – John K. Wyrick, $163. Misdemeanors Theft by unlawful taking (less than $500) – David Warner, Nicholasville, $263. Theft by deception (includes cold checks) – Eddie Agee, 367 Princess Circle, two counts, $528.60; Ryan Michael McKinnon, Frankfort, $261.03; Gary Reynolds, 119 Powhatan Trail, $335.23; Lisa G. Reynolds, 119 Powhatan Trail, $308.69. Criminal trespassing, 3rd degree – Justin R. Amosson, 190 Macey Avenue, $200.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – David C. Beckmann, Shepherdsville, $200.50. Person 18-20 possession/purchase/attempt to have another purchase alcohol – William T. Criscillis, Lawrenceburg, $175.50. Possession of marijuana – Ethan Hilen, Lexington, $310.50; David A. Likes, Lawrenceburg, $360.50; Joseph A. Watts, 936 Altamont Court, combined with speeding, $260.50. Assault, 4th degree, domestic violence (minor injury) – Donald Smoot, 109 Arbor Place Drive, $185.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Criminal possession of a forged instrument – Benjamin D. Smith, 210 High Street, $235.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one injury accident, six non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made five arrests. On July 24, police made an arrest after a picture frame and items in a refrigerator worth a total of $150 were vandalized in a Kilmer Drive home. On July 25, farm equipment in an Oregon Road field was vandalized, with damage estimated at $575. On July 23, a pressure washer and Stihl chainsaw worth a total of $575 were reported stolen from a farm on Watts Ferry Road. On July 19, a counterfeit $10 bill was reported at the Woodford County Detention Center. On June 8, police made an arrest on Newton Street in Midway for alcohol intoxication in a public place. On July 23, police made an arrest on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. involving heroin possession and the possession drug paraphernalia. On July 23, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on the U.S. 60 Bypass. On July 23, a wallet and cash worth a total of $140 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Linden Drive. On July 19, $4,276 was reported stolen from an ATM on Marsailles Road. On July 21, $234.37 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported on Main Street. On July 21, a custom mailbox on Pinckard Pike was vandalized, with damage estimated at $1,200. On July 20, cash and a diamond wedding set worth a total of $2,534 were reported stolen from a home on Wells Lane. On July 18, a burglary was reported in a home on Delaney Ferry Road. On July 13, grinders and an acetylene torch worth a total of $390 were reported stolen on Abbey Road. On July 20, three tires worth a total of $300 were reported vandalized on Dalton Circle. On July 18, a report was made of a cold check worth $2,200 on Elm Street. On July 14, car keys were reported stolen at Wallace Station. On July 19, police made an arrest on Crossfield Drive involving public intoxication (controlled substance), possession of Xanax and a person 18- to 20-years-old possessing or attempting to purchase alcohol. On July 18, $536 in cash was reported stolen from a restaurant on Green Gables Drive. On July 17, a Chevrolet Monte Carlo on Linden Circle was vandalized, with damage estimated at $350. On July 17, a Volkswagen Jetta on Main Street was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $3,000. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed four child safety seats during the past week. A vehicle struck the propane tank enclosure at Circle K on South Main Street July 20; however, none of the cylinders were damaged. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Macey avenue, St. Clair Avenue, and Elm Street July 20, on Lexington Road at Wilson Avenue July 22, on Laval Heights July 23, on Westview Drive July 24, and on Pandy Street and Kuhlman Boulevard July 26. Firefighters helped Versailles police gain entry into Melissa’s Cottage Café on South Main Street July 20. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Church Street July 21 and on the U.S. 60 Bypass at Frankfort Street July 25. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Shermans Crescent residence July 22. An alarm was accidentally activated at a Morgan Street residence July 24. Firefighters investigated an electrical odor at a Nancy Street residence July 25. County A fire in a room at a Paynes Mill Road residence was extinguished July 19. Firefighters investigated a report of carbon monoxide at a Delaney Ferry Road residence July 20. Firefighters helped Versailles round up and pen cattle that had gotten loose on I-64 July 20. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Redbud Court July 22 and on Juniper Drive July 25. A vehicle fire was extinguished on Hifner Road July 23. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Patterson Road residence July 24. A small grass fire was extinguished on Lillards Ferry Road July 24. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Old Frankfort Pike July 25. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Allison Michelle Williams and Scott David Williams. Michelle Jones, et al., vs. Jessie Hutchins Rainey for support of minor children. Michelle Jones, et al., vs. Christopher M. Rainey for support of minor children. Kelly L. Markwell, et al., vs. Kelsey Morris for support of minor child. Marilyn Jackson vs. Marilyn Kinney for $10,540.98 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Central Bank and Trust Company vs. Rick Risner, et al., for $15,169.45 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Woodford Habitat for Humanity, Inc. to Corey McKinnley Hunter, as administrator of the Sheila Hunter estate, 410 Elkton Place, Midway, $34,500. Mary Squires Caldwell to Bryan L. Brown and Laura M. Brown, 268 West Stephens Street, Midway, $163,500. Robert L. Harlow to Gary J. Vitali and Marie P. Vatali, 306 Laval Heights, $107,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Jessica Neil Greer and William Ralph Lay; David James Newton and Molly Annette Beets; Jessica Leigh Leve and Travis Wayne Powell; Shannon Leigh Beaven and Melissa Gayle Huffman; Sara Elaine-Marie Menges and Jack Reginald Allen III.