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August 11th - Public Records

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of Aug. 1 Traffic Speeding - Christopher N. Hill, combined with no/expired registration plates, $191; Faustina Sanchez-Lezama, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $363. No/expired registration plates - Laura L. Votaw, $163. Failure to wear seatbelt - Stephen S. Woolums, $25. No operator's license in possession - Terry J. Givens, $193. Misdemeanors Possession of drug paraphernalia - Michael E. Tolliver, address unavailable, combined with illegal possession of legend drug and DUI, $843; Teresa J. Raider, address unavailable, $210.50. Assault, 4th degree, domestic violence (minor injury) - Leah C. Wilhoite, Owenton, $235.50 plus two days with two days' credit. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Gary T. Ballard, 252 N. Locust Street, $200.50; Robert S. Cunningham, 221 Russell Court, $200.50. Theft by deception (includes cold checks) - Kayleigh Hillcock, Frankfort, $639.72. Circuit Court Aug. 3, 9:30 a.m. Rob Johnson, judge Sentencing Ronnie Michael Boyd, 22, of Versailles, was ordered to serve three months in jail after pleading guilty to an amended charge of trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces/misdemeanor). Bryson C. Holland, 24, formerly of Versailles, was sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay $281 restitution for second-degree robbery. Stefanie L. Brown, 33, of Versailles, was placed on two years' probation after pleading guilty to an amended charge of nonsupport (misdemeanor). A 12-month jail sentence was suspended. Latasha Stevens, 34, of Frankfort, was sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay restitution (to be determined) for second-degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking (over $500). Plea Richard J. Kyle, 25, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to convicted felon in possession of a handgun, receiving stolen property (firearm), failure to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor) and operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended five years in prison. Traffic violations of no/expired registration plates and no/expired registration receipt, and a second-degree persistent felony offender charge were dismissed under the plea agreement. Keith J. Smith, 28, of Stamping Ground, pleaded guilty to theft of identity. The commonwealth recommended one year in prison. Misdemeanor charges of giving an officer a false name or address and license to be in possession, and a traffic violation of failure to wear seatbelts were dismissed under the plea agreement. Arraignments Shawn K. Bowery, 39, of Glasgow, pleaded not guilty to complicity to theft by unlawful taking (over $500) and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Jeremiah B. Carpenter, 26, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of a legend drug (misdemeanor) and public intoxication (misdemeanor). Henry Ezell, 45, of Carlisle, pleaded not guilty to three counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Terry J. Givens, 34, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces/misdemeanor) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). William M. Stratton, 25, of Salvisa, pleaded not guilty to trafficking in marijuana (more than 8 ounces) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Trial date Justin T. Sizemore, 26, of Frankfort, was scheduled to return for a Nov. 29 to 30 (new date) trial date to face charges of first-degree robbery, tampering with physical evidence and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Probation Steven J. Way, 29, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for first-degree promoting contraband, third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked license. Aug. 3, 1 p.m. Paul Isaacs, judge Sentencing Larry J. Carter, 39, of Versailles, was sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to pay $4,290 restitution for four counts of theft by deception (over $500) and theft by deception (under $500). Pleas Tarik O. El-Amin, 22, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance and carrying a concealed deadly weapon (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended five years in prison. Three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanors) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor) were dismissed under the plea agreement. Jacqlyn Conway, 25, of Bardstown, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of criminal attempt to trafficking in a controlled substance (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended six months in jail. A misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed under the plea agreement. Jeremy E. Jenkins, 25, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking (firearm). The commonwealth recommended two years in prison and restitution (to be determined). A second count of theft by unlawful taking and a receiving stolen property (firearm) charge were dismissed under the plea agreement. Jeremy Young, 25, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to three counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. The commonwealth recommended five years in prison and restitution (to be determined). Arraignments Sherry L. Coffey, 48, of Glasgow, pleaded not guilty to fraudulent insurance acts (over $500). Randolph Coleman, 26, of Pikeville, pleaded not guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor), third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), illegal possession of a legend drug (misdemeanor) and public intoxication (misdemeanor). Stefanie Kelley, 30, of Winchester, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Angela L. Mullins, 41, of Richmond, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor), failure to produce insurance card (violation) and no/expired registration receipt (violation). Trial dates Dakeil D. Allen, 16, of Lexington, was ordered to return for a Feb. 15-17 jury trial to face four counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, six counts of complicity to first-degree wanton endangerment, receiving stolen property (over $500) and first-degree fleeing/evading police. Eric Silva-Fabian, 17, of Lexington, was ordered to return for a Feb. 15-17 jury trial to face six counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and a charge of tampering with physical evidence. Fernando Silva-Fabian, 18, of Lexington, was ordered to return for a Feb. 15-17 jury trial to face six counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, four counts of second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor, tampering with physical evidence and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor). Probation Cory A. Greene, 22, of Versailles, was ordered to serve 60 days in jail for violating terms of his probation for second-degree burglary and third-degree criminal mischief (misdemeanor). Dismissed A charge of theft by unlawful taking (over $500) against Brandon K. Hartley, 32, of Versailles, was dismissed without prejudice. Indictments (July) Benjamin E. Caudill, 43, of Combs, charged with flagrant nonsupport and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Victor G. Littleton, 25, of Richmond, charged with third-degree burglary. Randolph Coleman, 26, of Pikeville, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, second-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana (less than 8 ounces), illegal possession of a legend drug (misdemeanor) and public intoxication (misdemeanor). Jessica H. Pierce, 27, of Versailles, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and possession of paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Dominique L. Blythe, 26, of Versailles, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Trumell D. Bell, 24, of Versailles, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. William Russell III, 48, of Lawrenceburg, charged with second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking (under $500) and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. William M. Stratton, 25, of Salvisa, charged with trafficking in marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Jeremiah B. Carpenter, 26, of Versailles, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of a legend drug (misdemeanor) and public intoxication (misdemeanor). Terry J. Givens, 34, of Versailles, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police Reports Versailles police responded to four injury accidents, 13 non-injury wrecks, four domestic-related complaints, issued one citation/summons and made one arrest. On Aug. 2 at 12:04 a.m., a Volvo S-40 driven by Ashleigh A. Holden, 32, of Lexington, was on Old Frankfort Pike headed towards Midway from Lexington on a wet road when she lost control of her vehicle, which went off the left side of the road and struck two wooden fences. Holden crawled out of the vehicle. Police say she had a strong odor of alcohol, refused a blood test at UK Chandler Hospital and admitted traveling 65 to 70 mph in a 35 mph zone. Police cite alcohol involvement, excessive speed and overcorrecting as factors in the crash. On Aug. 3 at 1:43 p.m., a Volvo VNL driven by David J. Nardone, 66, of Ocala, Fla., was traveling on McCracken Pike. Nardone said another vehicle was approaching him and partially in his lane. He moved closer to the right side of the road to avoid the other vehicle and his vehicle left the right side of the road. The weight in the tanker-trailer shifted, causing the vehicle to overturn and strike a plank fence. Emergency Management personnel were contacted due to a fuel spill near a creek. Police say the vehicle was not under proper control and Nardone misjudged the clearance. He was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS personnel. On Aug. 7 at 10:50 p.m., a Nissan Altima driven by Anthony S. Ware, 18, of Lawrenceburg, was traveling on Tyrone Pike. Ware told police he was being tail-gated by a GMC Sierra driven by Coy Speer, 32, of Willisburg, then was passed by Speer at a high rate of speed. Ware said Speer had his right turn signal on to turn onto Falling Springs Boulevard, suddenly cut back to his lane, then immediately tried to turn right. Ware said he had no time to react and his vehicle rear-ended Speer's vehicle. Speer told police that Ware suddenly stopped on Tyrone Pike, forcing him to swerve around him, then flipped his bright lights on. Speer said he entered the right turn lane to turn onto Falling Springs Boulevard and swerved back onto Ware's lane in order to avoid an unknown object in the road. Police say Speer's intermediate license was suspended and that he was following too closely. A passenger in Ware's vehicle, Brianna Graham, 17, of Lawrenceburg, was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On Aug. 8 at 12:24 p.m., a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Sabino Dominguez, 25, of Lexington, was traveling on Old Frankfort Pike while a Honda Fit driven by Jessica Francis, 35, of Lexington, was stopped at the stop sign at Pisgah Pike. Police say Francis's vehicle pulled into the path of Dominguez's, which struck her vehicle in the left front bumper. Police say failure to yield and not being under proper control on the part of Francis were factors in the wreck. Francis was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Dominguez told police he didn't have a valid Kentucky driver's license. On Aug. 5, fraudulent use of a credit card was reported on Poplar Street. On Aug. 5 on Lexington Street, a report was made of public intoxication (controlled substance), operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license and possession of cocaine. On Aug. 1, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Pinckard Pike. On Aug. 5, the lawn of a Cummins Ferry Road storage facility was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $100. On Aug. 5, $324.47 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported on Shoreacres Road. On Aug. 4, a Toro blower worth $70 was reported stolen from a Hifner Road home. On Aug. 3, a burglary was reported on Old Frankfort Pike in Midway. On Aug. 2, sunglasses and an umbrella worth a total of $325 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Domino Court. On Aug. 3, a Troy Bilt weed trimmer worth $1,000 was reported stolen from a Clifton Road home. On Aug. 2, terroristic threatening was reported in an Amsden Avenue office. On Aug. 2, second degree assault was reported in an Altamont Court home. On Aug. 1, a summons/citation was issued on Green Gables Drive in Midway for failure to or improper signaling, failure to produce an insurance card and illegal possession of a legend drug. On Aug. 2, a vehicle was vandalized in a Macey Avenue parking lot, with damage estimated at $501. Fire Reports City City fire reports were unavailable this week. County Vehicle fires were extinguished on I-64 Aug. 3 and on Frankfort Road Aug. 6. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Patterson Road residence Aug. 4. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Midway Road Aug. 4, on I-64 Aug. 6, on Military Pike Aug. 7, and on Old Frankfort Pike and Clifton Road Aug. 8. An alarm was accidentally activated at a Colony Drive residence Aug. 5. Fire in a water heater was extinguished at a Blackhawk Circle residence Aug. 5. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Oregon Road Aug. 6 and on Cedar Lake Road Aug. 7. Firefighters assisted with a residential lockout on Normandy Circle Aug. 7. Grass fires were extinguished on I-64 and on the Blue Grass Parkway Aug. 8. An alarm malfunctioned at the Woodford Reserve Distillery on McCracken Pike Aug. 9. Public Records SUITS Pinnacle Bank vs. Emily Wilson for $25,176.70 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Pinnacle Bank vs. Cheryl Delgado for $14,686.60 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Pinnacle Bank vs. Emily Wilson for $19,056.02 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Johnathan Shorter vs. Stephen Bruce for $3,072 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. MTGLQ Investors, LP vs. Cynthia Dianne Craig Smith, et al., for $92,002.08 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Citizens Commerce National Bank vs. Charles Wells, et al., for $60,566.50 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Capital One Bank vs. Chris Brown for $6,344.90 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Dennis Adams vs. Humaira T. Dale, et al., for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs claimed due as the result of an October 2014 auto accident. Stephanie M. Penny vs. Christopher P. Way for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs claimed due as the result of an August 2014 auto accident. Cordell Jenkins vs. Pilkington, North America, Inc., for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs claimed due as the result of an alleged violation of Kentucky Civil Rights Act. DEEDS Elkhorn Partners, LLC, (Otto E. Anderhub, manager), to Daniel James and Elizabeth A. James, 2150 East Leestown Road, $785,000. Joyce Schoenberg and Sarah Schor to Jake Atkins and Troi Atkins, 210 Setti Place, $155,000. Ball Homes, LLC, to Michael M. Tracey and Megan M. Tracey, 376 Gleneagles Way, $286,085. Matthew A. Vaughn and Ashley Vaughn to Brandon Kidwell, 377 Princess Circle, $121,000. Deborah K. Donahue to Andrea R. Campfield and Kristin B. Smith, 133 Briarwood Road, $186,000. John Owen Range and Teresa Laine Range to Kristopher K. Freeman and Jordan M. Freeman, 312 Gleneagles Way, $212,000. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Wade Hurt and Patricia Hurt, 319 Dogwood Court, $115,980. Robert D. Young Jr. and Staci S. Young to Brittany Bowles and Reid Bowles, 389 Winton Road, $250,000. Ball Homes, LLC, to Sharon J. Rose and Michael A. Rose, 333 Gleneagles Way, $260,807. Stephen Jordan Lyons and Melinda Lyons to Sabrina E. Haney, 545 Raven Road, $220,000. Paul Youngblood and Karen Youngblood to Robert D. Young Jr. and Staci S. Young, 1030 Hillary Terrace, $310,000. LK Real-Estate, LLC, (Linsey Mosley, member), to Eric Steely and Debra Steely, 180 Ridge View Road, $160,130. Angela R. Clem to Michael L. Clem, 313 Chestnut Lane, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Karen Judith Mayrweiser and John Tousin Truman to Edward James Rector and Kimberly Ann Rector, 311 Douglas Avenue, $80,000. Eric Johnson, as executor of the Ruth E. Johnson estate, to Eric Johnson and Rebecca Johnson, 120 North Main Street, $140,000. James A. Wright and Meghan Wright to Amanda Castle, 224 East Higgins Street, Midway, $115,000. Jerry C. Cooper to Jeffrey R. Hurst, 1008 Forrest Court, $505,000. Richard C. Boston and Donna M. Boston to Constance L. Schuble, as trustee of the Constance L. Schuble living trust, 1016 Hillary Terrace, $335,000. Edmonds Cross, LLC, (Frances Hill Parker, member), to Michael P. Taylor and Catherine A. Taylor, 225 Roberts Road, $383,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Billie Jo Way and Lisa Michelle Keen; Kalyn Ann Fox and Adam Scott Forkner; Sarah Elizabeth Hertz and Lee Marquis Atkins.

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