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August 21st - Public Records

Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Sept. 12 Traffic DUI - Edward L. Anglin, $743; Zackery Jones, $868 plus 37 days, serve seven with credit and balance probated for two years. Speeding - Teresa G. Baumgartner, combined with possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $198; Bryce W. Burton, $143 plus state traffic school; Robert Cad Drake, combined with reckless driving, $268; Kermit Alan Fultz, $243; Shannon P. Miller, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $198; Derek R. Ray, $143 plus state traffic school; Juan D. Salgado, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $383. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Michael A. Bowman, $243; Edgardo Carbrnas-Rosales, combined with no operator's/moped license, $768. No operator's/moped license - Diego I. Delgado-Rodriguez, $143 plus six days' home incarceration; Pedro Soto Lopez, $243; Sonia Tapia, combined with disregarding stop sign, $268. Failure to wear seatbelt - Ashley Brooke Doyle, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $268; Francisco Munoz-Montoya, combined with disregarding stop sign and operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $393. Operating motor vehicle contrary to law - Lance A. Ellis, $243. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Zachary B. Kinnard, $343; Brian Sampson, combined with no/expired registration plates, $393; Donnie Wayne King, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $368. Careless driving - Harold E. Williams, $193, Dustin T. Hooks, $268. Possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle - Kristina G. Baker-Slone, $178. Failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance - Ryan Slone, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $143 plus 120 days, served concurrent with state time. Misdemeanors Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Brittany Graham, 336 Cherry Hill Court, $200.50. Violation of Kentucky EPO - Michael L. Howard, 503 Poplar Circle, $185.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Theft by deception (includes cold checks) - Gary L. Rust, 318 Laval Heights, $398.30. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two injury accidents, seven non-injury wrecks, three domestic-related complaints and made three arrests. On Sept. 11 at 3:57 p.m., a Toyota Camry driven by Lilya V. Yaroschuck, 21, was traveling on Military Pike when it dropped off the right shoulder of the road and the driver lost control. Police say the vehicle spun once or twice in the road before going back off the road and striking a wire woven fence, damaging a fence post and 20 feet of fence. Yaroschuck was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention was a factor in the crash. On Sept. 13 at 4:15 a.m., a Chevrolet Impala driven by Bonnie J. Burton, 84, of Nicholasville, was outbound on Troy Pike when the driver under-steered in a curve. The vehicle went off the left side of the road and struck a guy wire for a utility pole, cracking the pole. Burton was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say Burton's driver's license was expired and the vehicle was not under proper control. On Sept. 14, a Troy Bilt generator worth $800 was reported stolen from a farm on Oregon Road. On Sept. 14, police made an arrest at Kroger for shoplifting $109.52 worth of merchandise. On Sept. 14, alcohol intoxication in a public place was reported on Douglas Avenue. On Sept. 16, a bow, other items and cash worth a total of $4,830 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Chestnut Lane. On Sept. 17, a 9 mm Sig Sauer handgun worth $500 was reported lost on Main Street. On Sept. 16, criminal trespassing was reported on Juniper Drive. On Sept. 16, a motorcycle, tiller and other items worth a total of $450 were reported stolen from a home on Mallard Park. On Sept. 17, two lion statues worth a total of $120 were reported stolen from a home on Delaney Ferry Road. On Sept. 15, police began a drug trafficking investigation on Kilmer Drive involving $30,000 worth of cocaine. On Sept. 4, harassing communications were reported at the Kentucky Fried Chicken. On Aug. 31, police made an arrest on Pinckard Pike involving DUI and tampering with physical evidence. On Sept. 12, sunglasses and head phones were reported stolen from a vehicle on Main Street. On Sept. 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in a Crossfield Drive parking lot. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 28 Woodford County EMS assists during the past week. A natural gas leak was investigated on Beasley Road Sept. 14. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on North Main Street Sept. 16. An alarm malfunctioned at Margaret Hall Manor Sept. 16. A dryer fire was extinguished on Yellow Jacket Drive Sept. 16. An alarm malfunctioned at Kmart on Marsailles Road Sept. 17. County Firefighters performed three Woodford County EMS assists during the past week. A vehicle's engine overheated on I-64 Sept. 14. A grass fire was extinguished on I-64 Sept. 14. A small fire in the yard at a Tecumseh Trail residence Sept. 14 was out on the arrival of firefighters. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Old Frankfort Pike Sept. 16 and on I-64 Sept. 17. A grass fire was extinguished on Pinckard Pike Sept. 16. Burning food on a stove activated an alarm at the Methodist Home on Lexington Road Sept. 18. Smoke from a malfunctioning air conditioner activated an alarm at Taylor Manor Nursing Home Sept. 19. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding an adult female torby short-haired cat. 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 Petition for the dissolution of marriage - Kristi R. Sims and Travis Stacey Sims. First Security National Bank and Trust, et al., vs. Georgetown College, et al., for funds from the estate of George L. Bagby to be turned over to the Woodford County Master Commissioner for distribution. Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Lillie Bentley for $57,253.21 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Emily N. Manley, et al., vs. Dremar A. Carr for support of minor children. Gateway Financial Services vs. Shane Bays for $6,848.34 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Kenneth E. Lyle and Carolyn Lyle to Kenneth E. Lyle and Carolyn Lyle, as trustees of the Ken and Carolyn Lyle revocable living trust, 389 Colony Drive, no deed tax noted. Holly Elizabeth Thompson to Reginia R. Barker, 421 Quail Run Road, $165,000. Stephanie Rabe Plumlee to Charles Franklin Craycraft, 800 Lakeview Drive, quitclaim deed, no deed tax noted. Philip M. Hisel, as executor of the Mary C. Hisel estate, to Karen Estep, 209 Paddock Drive, $103,000. Donnell Gordon and Leah Erin Gordon to Adam Lostocco and Kari E. Lostocco, 303 Blue Spruce Court, $180,000. William K. Moore, as special commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Federal National Mortgage Association, 1667 Germany Road, $185,000. Woodford Fire Protection District to John E. Coyle and Mary D. Coyle, .4-acre on Fords Mill Road, quitclaim deed, $10,000. CHB, LLC, (Joseph Clay Davenport, member), to Jack Thomas and Nancy Thomas, 1008 Cedar Ridge Lane, $339,009.30. William D. Bates and Patricia A. Bates to Ritchie Katko and Mary Rose Buchenberger, 1100 Elliston Lane, $160,000. MARRIAGE LICENCES Letitia Reanelle Marshall and Jeffrey Ryan Roark; Lidia Cortez and Mitchell Clayton Hawkinson; Danielle Marilyn Isaacs and Jared Scott Beasley; Maris Marie Harreld and Marcus Darmar Selski-Green; Heather Glynn Wallace and Lewis Matthew Britton Jr.; Lauren Ashley Tack and Joshua Razor Davis; Olivia Grace Wilhoit and Samuel Buchanan Addams.

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