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September 28th - Public Records

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of Sept. 19 Traffic Speeding - Andrea McCullar Arrielle Caresse, combined with no operator's license in possession, $248; Ashley Black, combined with careless driving, $163 plus state traffic school; Cameron Brangers, $243; Jayde Bryana Lee Crain, $143 plus state traffic school; Yonni Luis Diaz Serrano, combined with careless driving, $198 plus state traffic school; Clemente-Antonio Eustorgio, combined with no operator's license and failure to wear seatbelt, $368; Maggie Lee Lowery, combined with careless driving, $173 plus state traffic school; Ryan Gregory Matthew Spencer, $173 plus state traffic school. DUI - Jason E. Corn, $743 plus four days with two days' credit or four days' home incarceration; Mikhail Tuttle Rogers, $743. No operator's license - Juan Manuel Guerrero Hernandez, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $268. No operator's license in possession - Rebecca E. Parker, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $218. No/expired registration plates - Micah N. Phillips, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $1,168. Failure to wear seatbelt - James T. Robinson, $25. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Keith Brumley, address unavailable, 45 days concurrent with state sentence. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Jared G. Conn, 607 Oxford Road, $200.50. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Clyde D. Ward, Nicholasville, $185.50 plus four days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to three injury accidents, 23 non-injury wrecks, two domestic-related complaints, and made two arrests. On Sept. 16 at 12:47 p.m., a Nissan Sentra driven by Christan E. Woods, 18, was headed west on Old Frankfort Pike when the driver lost control and her vehicle dropped off the right side of the road. Woods overcorrected and her vehicle struck an earth embankment on the left side of the road. Woods then went back into oncoming traffic and struck a Toyota Camry driven by Gayle M. Ewadinger, 52, of Old Frankfort Pike in Midway. Police say Woods was speeding, using a cell phone and her vehicle was not under proper control. Woods was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On Sept. 16 at 4:32 p.m., a Toyota Corolla driven by James K. Cissell, 53, of 240 W. Stephens Street in Midway, was stopped at the stop sign at West Green Street and Main Street. Cissell tried to cross Main Street onto Green Street and his vehicle was struck by a Mitsubishi Montero driven by Franksisco Perez, 33, of Lexington. Cissell told police his vision was blocked by traffic and parked vehicles. Woodford County EMS personnel treated one or both drivers at the scene. On Sept. 20 at 5:38 p.m., a Dodge Ram driven by Alexis L. Gohl, 24, of 192 Gleneagles Way, was traveling on Paynes Mill Road while a Chevrolet Malibu driven by Ryan Morrison, 32, of 153 Hanover Court, was traveling in the opposite direction. The two vehicles collided in a curve, and each driver told police the other was in the wrong lane. Police say visibility was limited by a large tree on the edge of the road. Woodford County EMS workers treated one or both drivers at the scene. Police say inattention on the part of Gohl played a role in the crash. On Sept. 15, police made an arrest on Dan Drive involving trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, possession of marijuana and cocaine, and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Sept. 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on I-64 in Midway. On Sept. 22, a Lexington Street store reported shoplifting of perfume and cologne worth $819.45. On Sept. 23, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Watts Ferry Road that dam-aged 200 feet of fence and fence posts. On Sept. 17, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Winter Street. On Sept. 18, $650 in tools were reported stolen from a parking lot or garage on Weisenberger Mill Road. On Sept. 22, police made an arrest on Exit 61 of I-64 for possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and public intoxication (controlled substance). On Sept. 19, terroristic threatening via the Internet was reported on Tincher Drive. On Sept. 17, cash and change worth $1,128 were reported stolen from a home on Mildred Street. On Sept. 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Weisenberger Mill Road. On Sept. 17, identity theft was reported on Elmwood Drive. On Sept. 18, a forged $100 check was reported at Save-A-Lot. On Sept. 18, harassing communications were reported on Ann Street. On Sept. 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on the U.S. 60 Bypass that caused $100 in damage to a Toyota Camry. On Sept. 19, shoplifting of $200 worth of merchandise was reported at Kroger. On Sept. 16, $1,417.42 worth of cold checks were reported on Milner Road. On Sept. 17, a table and chairs worth a total of $201 were reported stolen from a home on Quail Run Road. On Sept. 17, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. On Sept. 19, harassment was reported at a Virginia Avenue home. On Sept. 20, a 12-pack of Budweiser Light worth $10.99 was reported shoplifted from a Main Street convenience store. On Sept. 21, a Florida license plate was reported stolen at a U.S. 60 Bypass gas station. On Sept. 9, a phone and gift cards worth a total of $120 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Paddock Drive. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed two child safety seats during the past week. Firefighters performed 17 Woodford County EMS assists during the past week. A natural gas leak was investigated on North Main Street Sept. 22. An alarm malfunctioned on Park Street Sept. 22. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Flint Ridge Road residence Sept. 24. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Marsailles Road at Lexington Road Sept. 24 and on Lexington Road Sept. 26. An alarm malfunctioned on Clifton Road Sept. 25. County Firefighters performed two Woodford County EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Paynes Mill Road Sept. 20, on Leestown Road Sept. 24, on Midway Road Sept. 25, and on Shryocks Ferry Road and Lexington Road Sept. 27. A barn fire was extinguished at Boyd Orchards on Pinckard Pike Sept. 21. A vehicle fire was extinguished on I-64 Sept. 22. Cooking smoke activated an alarm on Gastineau Lane Sept. 22. Fire in a corn field on Frankfort Road was extinguished Sept. 23. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike Sept. 23. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding a stray elderly female brown, brindle and white mixed-breed with a large tumor. 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 - Gregory Lance Hayden and Heather Ann Hayden; Catherine Michelle Jackson Hughes and Tristan August Hughes. Eric Halliday vs. Rene Coffey for sole or joint custody of minor child. Citibank, N.A. vs. Ashley H. Dickey for $1,147.75 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Virginia M. Slone, et al., vs. Jerry English, et al., for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs claimed due as the result of a June 9, 2016, accident allegedly caused by failure to maintain condition of a front porch. Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Mendol Russell Hoover, Jr., for $104,595.08 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Bank of America, N.A. vs. Paul C. Wright for $11,290.16 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. DEEDS U. S. Bank Trust, as trustee, to Martha Watkins, 308 Little Turtle Trail, $119,900. James Thompson and Julie Thompson to Noah R. Friend and Crystal S. Friend, 110 Delaney Ferry Road, $289,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Adam McDonald, 127 Powhatan Trail, $76,500. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Adam McDonald, 817 Mildred Street, $71,000. EQP 2011, LLC, to JR. Food Stores, Inc., (Dion Houchins, vice president), 135 A.P. Indy Lane and 230 Equestrian Park (two lots fronting Lexington Street located adjacent to the former Woodford County Middle School building), $725,000. Vicki J. Steele, trustee of the Earl and Norma Belcher living trust, to Norma Ward Belcher, 232 Locust Street, no deed tax noted. Michael S. Hill to Wanda J. Nichols, 208 Heather Way, $118,000. Kenneth Scroggins and Jane C. Scroggins to BW Investments, LLC, (Timothy Wayne Wellmann, manager), 10908 Troy Pike, $275,000. Ball Homes, LLC, to Aaron M. Tilton and Molly P. Tilton, 6013 Crabapple Road, $318,735. Jackie Tanner, as executor of the Rob Tanner estate, and as trustee of the Rob Tanner revocable trust, to Jackie Tanner, as trustee of Jackie's Trust, an undivided one-half interest in 528 Shannon Run Road, no deed tax noted. Lillie Bentley to Dennis B. Luchtefeld, 272 Bryanwood Drive, $84,000. Betsy B. Shotwell to Katie Glass, 537 Meadow Lane, $165,000. Michael David Elder and Emily Sue Elder to Mark A. Sparks and Diane M. Geary, 1376 Gastineau Lane, $185,000. Brandi Lee Williams and David Williams to James David Woods Sr., 1170 Buck Run Road, $59,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Laura Ann Strasinger and Keith Thomas Haag; Susan Raye Strange and Denver Alan Saunders; Lauren Danielle Feltner and Anthony James Scanlon; Nicole Ann Nichols and Joseph Charles Rauch; Brittany Louise Wells and Pascal Jean-Baptiste Rich; Cailin Elizabeth Beitel and Justice William Heltzel; Astrid Stefanie Wenke and Charles Julian Sebastian; Tiffany Marylois Thompson and Alex Grambling Hessler; Jordan Lynn Molla and William Matthew Coyle; Amelia Dawn Jones and Justin Wayne Hendrix; Emily Taylor Castle and Joseph Bryant Stewart.

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