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September 1st - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Aug. 22 Traffic No/expired registration plates - Amelia L. Bailey, $163; Ashleigh A. Holden, combined with DUI, $743. DUI - Jason S. Burdine, $743 plus four days with credit; Joan V. Dalebroux, $718; Mario Moreira Hernandez, $743. No operator's license in possession - Andrew L. Drury, $193; Jacob A. Sexton, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $218; Daniel C. Wells, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $493. Speeding - Matthew Ray Evans, $143 plus state traffic school; Joshua Michael Sanders, $143 plus state traffic school. Possession of open alcoholic beverage container in motor vehicle - Escobar G. Martin, $178. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Victor W. Smith, $6,098.85 (includes restitution). Misdemeanors Assault, 4th degree, domestic violence (minor injury) - Charles R. Hoerauf, 223 Macey Avenue, $235.50 plus four days with credit. Public intoxication, controlled substance - Kelly Fogle, 106 Bell Avenue, $210.50. Possession of marijuana - Brandon T. Hood, 131 Molly Street, $260.50; Johnny Kendrick, 138 St. Clair Avenue, $260.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - James P. Maggert, Michigan, time served with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to three injury-related accidents, two non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made six arrests. On Aug. 23 at 12:50 p.m., Elizabeth M. Back, 23, of Lexington, was trying to turn left from Roan Road onto Paddock Drive and failed to yield to a Toyota Sienna traveling on Paddock Drive driven by Lindsey N. Pulliam, 30, of 156 Paddock Drive. Pulliam was taken to Baptist Hospital. On Aug. 23 at 4:42 p.m., a Chevy Silverado driven by Edward L. Anglin, 46, of 148 Woodlark Road, was headed east on Huntertown Road when Anglin drove off the right side of the road, overcorrected and left the left side of the road. The vehicle hit a sign and drove through 100 feet of fencing. Anglin told police he couldn't remember what happened. He was cited for DUI and possession of an open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle and was taken to UK Chandler Hospital, where he consented to a blood test. On Aug. 24 at 1:12 p.m., a Jeep Cherokee driven by John McPhearson, 62, of Richmond, was traveling on Pinckard Pike. Witnesses say he was driving slower than the speed limit and going back and forth across both lanes. McPhearson's vehicle left the right side of the road, hit a fire gate sign, large tree stump and fence before it came to rest on its left side. He was taken by helicopter to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say sickness and not being under proper control were factors in the crash. On Aug. 27, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for failure of the owner to maintain required insurance, no registration receipt and possession of marijuana. On Aug. 27, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for possession of marijuana, failure to wear a seatbelt, improper or no windshield and no license in possession. On Aug. 26, police made an arrest on Main Street for DUI, fleeing or evading police and failure of owner to maintain required insurance. On Aug. 26, $690 worth of tools were reported stolen from a vehicle on Normandy Road. On Aug. 25, police made an arrest in a Brushy Run Road home for criminal possession of a forged check and theft by deception involving $2,875. On Aug. 25, $6,300 worth of jewelry was reported stolen from a home on Janet Street. On Aug. 27, $15 in cash was reported stolen at the Circle K on Yellow Jacket Drive. On Aug. 26, a counterfeit $100 bill was reported at Tate Liquor on Rose Hill Avenue. On Aug. 26, fourth degree assault was reported in the Lexington Road Plaza. On Aug. 26, police made an arrest on High Street for the violation of a Kentucky EPO. On Aug. 9, a bank on Marsailles Road reported receiving counterfeit checks. On Aug. 21, four $25 scratch-off lottery tickets were reported stolen from the Circle K on Yellow Jacket Drive. On Aug. 23, a report was made of trafficking controlled substances within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia. Fire Reports City Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Mildred Street Aug. 23, on Kuhlman Boulevard and Beasley Road Aug. 25, on Kroger Way, Broadway, Clifton Road, and Macey Avenue Aug. 26, on Beasley road, Poplar Street, and Princess Circle Aug. 27, on Douglas Avenue, Marsailles Road, Douglas Avenue and McDonald Drive Aug. 28, and on Clifton Road Aug. 29. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Lexington Road Aug. 23 and on the U.S. 60 Bypass Aug. 26. Reports of natural gas odors were investigated on Lexington Road Aug. 24 and on Kentucky Avenue Aug. 25. An alarm malfunctioned on Crossfield Drive Aug. 27. Firefighters responded to a downed power line on Ridgewood Drive Aug. 28. County Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Huntertown Road and Pinckard Pike Aug. 23, on Troy Pike Aug. 25, and in I-64 Aug. 28. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Huntertown Road residence Aug. 25. Firefighters assisted Woodford County EMS on Eagle Crest Drive Aug. 28. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike Aug. 28. Steam from a shower activated an alarm at a Ducker Road residence Aug. 29. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Shelby Ann Moore and Richard Thomas Moore; Dawn Marie Wilson and Robert Dwayne Wilson; Melissa A. Jackson and Steven R. Jackson, Jr. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. David A. Lewis, et al., for $120,613.44 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Justice Hager vs. Miranda Arevalo for temporary joint custody of minor child and child support. Maricela Del Porte vs. Jeffrey Painter for sole or joint custody of minor child. JP Morgan Chase Bank vs. Jennifer A. Binder for $101,935.74 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Maria Garcia vs. Justice Hager for custody of minor child and child support. Andrew Scott Richerson vs. Taylor McKenzie Wilson for joint custody of minor child. DEEDS Michael Cabell and Carrie L. Cabell to Gerald Thomas Cox and Julie Lynn Cox, 412 Winton Road, $98,880. William Lee Dollenmayer to Deborah Lynn D. McMurray, as trustee of the Dollenmayer family trust, 355 Colony Drive, no deed tax noted. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Investmentrus LTD Co., 5992 Crabapple Road, $290,400. Creative Homebuilders, LLC, (Joseph C. Davenport and Robert W. Davenport, members), to Tyler J. Shelters and Hope H. Shelters, 7069 Arbor Meadows Way, $362,487. NARO Properties, LLC, (Kenneth C. Rock, member), to Jack Shepherd, 1000 Cedar Ridge Lane, $42,000 and other consideration. NARO Properties, LLC, to Christopher Lynn Sharp and Jennifer Sharp, 1001 Cedar Ridge Lane, $48,000 and other consideration. Douglas Omohundro and Sherie Omohundro to Jeffrey Ryan Deweese and Kara Campbell Deweese, 632 Seth Drive, $394,000. Ball Homes, LLC, to Brian P. Scheper and Rebecca R. Scheper, 109 Gleneagles Way, $282,535. Ezra Hill and Judy L. Hill to Michael S. Hill, 115 Woodlawn Drive, 202 Westridge Court, 224 Poplar Street, 215 and 217 Curry Court, 110 Powhatan Trail, 202A Blackhawk Circle, 196 and 198 Spring Run Road, 115 and 117 Bell Avenue, 208 Heather Way and 401 Marsailles Drive, $1,165,600. Marolyn Lou Hale to Steven M. Begley and Patty Begley, 517 Beach Street, $90,000. William Timothy Shea and Mandy J. Shea to CHB, LLC, (Joseph C. Davenport), 6060 Hiddenaway Lane, $1 and other consideration. American Reinvestment, LLC, (Jon Gay, member), to Paul Ridgeway and Carla Ridgeway, 574 Castle Court, $145,000. Elizabeth A. Serrano to Rostyslav Derkach and Lodiya Derkach, 177 Gleneagles Way, $266,500. MARRIAGE LICENSES Ashley Marie Humphrey and Jeremy Blake Routte; Stephanie Lynn Woerner and Nathan Christopher Cooper; Maleyda Sanchez Ocana and Ruben Ramirez Hernandez; Pamela Renee Kemper and Stuart Daniel Kouns; Brandi Jo Spicer and Brandin Jay Smith.

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