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August 25th - Public Records

Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of Aug. 15 Traffic Operating vehicle with expired operator's license - Marvin A. Calles, $193. Speeding - Sidronio Corles, combined with no operator's/moped license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $800; Wesley T. Cozine, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and failure to maintain required insurance, $708; Felix Yoban N. Menjivar Herrera, $173; Mihir K. Patel, state traffic school; Raul Sandoval Campos, combined with no operator's/moped license, $263. DUI - Melinda Gail Goins, combined with failure to file accident report and careless driving, $1,061 plus six days with credit; Stephen P. Hill, $743 plus four days with two days' credit; Anna G. Robles, combined with no operator's/moped license, $818; Felipe Torres Del Rio, $718 plus four days with one day's credit and six days' home incarceration; Maria N. Nikolayenko, $868 plus 44 days, serve 14 with two days' credit. No operator's/moped license - Alberto Juan-Lopez, $243. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Kathy S. Kincaid, $243; Lindsay N. Rose, $643. Failure to wear seatbelt - Amanda N. Patrick, combined with no operator's license in possession, $243; Wesley L. Upton, combined with no/expired registration plates, $193. Misdemeanors Possession of drug paraphernalia - Walter L. Smith, Cumberland, combined with DUI, $835.50. Theft by deception (includes cold checks) - Denise R. Givens, 131 Powhatan Trail, $267.69. Selling alcoholic beverages to minors - Carole Rankin, 141 Macey Boulevard, $360.50. Possession of marijuana - James Christopher N. Wills, 240 Douglas Avenue, combined with no operator's license in possession, $385.50. Disorderly conduct (2nd degree) - Suzanne Blankenship, 269 Paddock Drive, combined with harassment, 90 days with 30 days' credit and balance probated for two years. Harassment (without injury) - Shawn Damon Brown, 831 Mildred Street, $160.50 plus two days with credit. Possession of controlled substance (2nd and 3rd degree) - Raymond F. Boyd, Lawrenceburg, combined with no brake lights and failure to or improper signal, $235.50 plus two days with two days' credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to five accidents involving injuries (including one with a fatality, see page 1), 17 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made four arrests. On Aug. 15 at 9:11 p.m., a Chevy Malibu driven by Shannon L. Visbal, 22, of 115 Crosskey Road, was on Lexington Street attempting to turn left on Locust Street. Police say Visbal failed to yield at the intersection and her vehicle struck a Honda GL 1500 motorcycle ridden by Michael O' Nan, 52, of Lexington, who was traveling on Lexington Street. O' Nan was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention on the part of Visbal was a factor in the crash. On Aug. 16 at 1:38 p.m., a Nissan Rogue driven by Kari L. Burdette, 52, of Lexington, was stopped at the intersection of Lexington Road and Pisgah Pike. Burdette's vehicle was rear-ended by a Ford Escape driven by Henrietta Coomes, 72, of Lexington. Coomes was taken to St. Joseph Hospital. Police say distraction on the part of Coomes was a factor in the crash. On Aug. 16 at 3:20 p.m., an Infiniti QX4 driven by Jennifer Balkeman, 41, of Nicholasville, was traveling on Pinckard Pike. Balkeman entered a right-hand curve at the Woodford-Jessamine county line, lost control on the wet road, and her vehicle ran off the right side of the road and struck a tree. Balkeman was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention and driving too fast for conditions were factors in the crash. On Aug. 17 at 12:31 p.m., a Ford Escort driven by Shaun M. Luster, 290, of 229 Clifton Road, was attempting to stop on Midway Road for turning traffic. Luster was unable to stop due to slippery conditions and his vehicle left the right side of the road and struck a tree. The vehicle came to rest on its side. Luster was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On Aug. 17, an arrest was made after cell phones worth a total of $2,449.93 were reported stolen from Hattar Wireless on Kroger Way. On Aug. 11, a Ford F-150 was reported vandalized on Russell Avenue, with damage estimated at $400. On Aug. 12, a report was made of flagrant non-support in a Cummins Ferry Road home. On Aug. 16, police made an arrest for third-degree criminal trespassing in a Hawthorne Court home. On Aug. 17, batteries worth $300 were reported stolen from a building on McKinney Avenue. On Aug. 20, a Ford Ranger was reported vandalized on Macey Avenue, with damage estimated at $350. On Aug. 19, police made an arrest on Dry Ridge Road for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. On Aug. 17, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on McCowans Ferry Road. On Aug. 14, a Nissan Altima worth $7,500 was reported stolen from the parking lot of a Lexington Road store. On Aug. 20, identity theft was reported at a Carriage Lane, Midway, home. On Aug. 20, tools worth $1,650 were reported stolen from a construction site on Elm Street. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed one child safety seat during the past week. A sprinkler was activated at Quad/Graphics on the U.S. 60 Bypass Aug. 16. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS at Bluegrass Community Hospital Aug. 16, on South Hill Road and Fielding Drive Aug. 17, on Macey Avenue, and Clifton Road Aug. 18, on Mack Street, Kroger Way and Dan Drive Aug. 19, on Poplar Street and Lexington Street Aug. 20, on Douglas Avenue, Rose Bay Road, and Mildred Street Aug. 21, and on Paige Court and Clifton Road Aug. 22. An alarm malfunctioned on Apple Drive Aug. 16. A natural gas leak was investigated on South Main Street Aug. 20. A compactor fire was extinguished at the OSRAM Sylvania Lamp Plant Aug. 20. County Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Lexington Road and Pinckard Pike Aug. 16, on Midway Road, McCowans Ferry Road and Big Sink Pike Aug. 17, on McCowans Ferry Road Aug. 18, on Midway Road Aug. 19, and on I-64 Aug. 22. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on McCowans Ferry Road Aug. 18, on Quail Run Road Aug. 19, and on Hawthorne Court Aug. 23. Firefighters cleaned broken glass from the roadway on the Blue Grass Parkway at Lexington Road Aug. 20 and on Midway Road Aug. 22. A vehicle fire was extinguished on the parkway Aug. 22, No cause was found for an alarm activated at Taylor Manor Nursing Home Aug. 21. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray animals: Dogs: a male tan and white beagle mix, a female tri-colored Chihuahua mix, and a male tan and white Chihuahua. Cats: a female gray and brown short haired tabby and a female brown and black short haired tabby. Animal Control holds stray pets for five days. A list of impounded animals may be found on the front door of the animal control building at 210 Beasley Road. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - David Ewing Weber vs. Anne Heineman Weber; Roni Karbach vs. Hassan Karbach; Susan Kelley McMichael vs. Martin Reed McMichael. Capital One Bank vs. Laura L. Coleman for $19,042.86 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Donna L. Hill, et al., vs. Alex Leonard for support of minor children. Donna L. Hill, et al., vs. Anthony W. Bennett for support of minor child. DEEDS Christopher A. Birdwell and Trisha C. Birdwell to Kevin W. Duncan and Brianna R. Duncan, 296 Gleneagles Way, $238,000. Pamela Floyd, Bobbi Jo MacQuestion and Scott S. MacQuestion to Augustine C. Mangione, 137 Emerson Drive, $115,000. David Michael Brown and Joyce E. Brown to Jimmy D. Rhodus and Rebecca Dawn Rhodus, 161 Tyrone Pike, $169,500. Donald H. Adams, Frank E. Gladfelter and Sandra F. Gladfelter to Donald H. Adams and Gretchen Adams, 943 Lane Circle, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Luther A. Miracle and Teresa Ann Miracle to Dennis Gibbs and Dorothy Gibbs, 519 Nottingham Drive, $145,000. Arco Corporation (Teruo Suzuki, executive managing officer) to Toyota Boshoku Corporation (Teruo Suzuki, executive managing officer), 320 Helms Deep, no deed tax noted. Toyota Boshoku Corporation to Toyota Boshoku America, Inc., (Yoshihiro Ito, CEO), 320 Helms Deep, no deed tax noted. Donald K. Wilson to Robert Pitsiladis and Courtney Spencer, 110 Coach Station Road, Midway, $161,000. Mary P. Scholle to Charles T. Massie Jr., 430 Old Versailles Road, no deed tax noted. Matthew Popp and Kassie Popp to Phillips Incorporated (Ernest Tony Phillips, vice president), 334 Second Street, Midway, $35,000. 3000 Versailles Road, LLC, (David P. Clark, member), to Amanda Philpot, 780 Marcella Street, $84,000. Nancy I. McKinney and John L. McKinney to BRD Properties, LLC, (Byron R. Drury, member), 844 Kingsway Drive, $123,500. Nancy A. Walter to Patti L. Heying and Carolyn P. Gaddie, 126 Laurel Way, $137,500. James T. Popham and Tara M. Popham to Joseph C. Rauch, 810 Janet Street, $140,000. Gerald Back and Glenda Sue Back to Keli S. Back, 206 Silver Maple Court, $139,500. Corey McKinnley Hunter, as administrator of the Sheila Hunter estate, to Home Resolutions, LLC, (Ken Wilkins, member), 410 Elkton Place, $42,500. William Jay Jackman and Sharon Flora Jackman to Olivier Gayou and Rikki Erin Gayou, 329 Foxtail Road, $480,000. James Kay, Jamie Kay, Thomas D. Kay and Bonnie S. Kay to Courtney Kay Quire and Paul Quire, 423 Buck Run Road, $1 and other consideration, quitclaim deed. Duncan Miller, Rebecca Miller, Michael Walton and Shannon Walton to Fred Siegelman and Katherine Siegelman, 177 Spring Run, $171,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Ezra Hill, 619 Pocahontas Trail, $72,000.

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