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October 19th - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Oct. 10 Traffic No operator's license in possession - Adrienne Bowman, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $693; Shawn T. Joseph, $193; Jonathan A. Newton, $193; Domingo Perez, combined with speeding, $263. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Courtney C. Carmack, $393. Speeding - Edward Hall, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $268; Jackson Weaver May, $243; Jennifer C. Stafford, $143 plus state traffic school. Failure to wear seatbelt - Stuart Menk, $25; Steven A. Roberts, $25; Rigoberto Sanchez-Dela Cruz, combined with no operator's/moped license, $268. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Daniel C. Mondelli, combined with DUI, $918. No operator's/moped license - Edgar Silverio, $268. Possession of open alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle - Justin M. Turner, combined with careless driving, $228. Misdemeanors Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Bernardo Flores, address unavailable, combined with failure to file accident report, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle and no operator's/moped license, $420.50; Felipe De Jesus Romo, 402 Keokuk Court, $200.50. Criminal trespass, 1st degree - Sara Goforth, address unavailable, combined with 2nd degree criminal mischief, $209.79 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of marijuana - Clarence W. Meece, Nicholasville, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $335.50. Theft by deception (includes cold checks) - Christopher R. Tackett, address unavailable, $158.88; Cecil Voils, 115 Bell Avenue, $376.96. Violation of Kentucky EPO - Danny R. Jadron, 121 Macey Avenue, $160.50 plus seven days with seven credit. Receiving stolen property (under $500) - John Michael Evans, Lawrenceburg, combined with criminal attempt at theft of motor vehicle registration plate/renewal decal, seven days. Circuit Court Oct. 5, 1 p.m. Paul Isaacs, judge (Continued from last week.) Sentencing Paige A. Bompas, 18, of Versailles, was placed on four years' pretrial diversion after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and fourth-degree assault (misdemeanor). If Bompas successfully completes the period of diversion, the felony charge will be dismissed and she will not serve a two-year prison sentence. Possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and contempt of court charges were dismissed. Jeremy E. Jenkins, 25, of Versailles, was placed on five years' probation for theft by unlawful taking (firearm). A two-year prison sentence was suspended. Tommy L. McCane, 37, of Midway, was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to unlawful transaction with a minor, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance and endangering the welfare of a minor (misdemeanor). A second count of endangering the welfare of a minor, and charges of possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), second-degree fleeing/evading police (misdemeanor), possession of marijuana (misdemeanor) and being a second-degree persistent felony offender were dismissed under the plea agreement. Timothy Wayne Russell, 52, of Versailles, was placed on five years' probation for facilitation to engaging in organized crime. A five-year prison sentence was suspended. Pleas Keith A. Alcorn, 45, of Parshall, ND, pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport and first-degree bail jumping. The commonwealth recommended four years in prison. A second-degree persistent felony offender charge was dismissed under the plea agreement. Elizabeth A. Deaton, 25, of New Albany, Ind., pleaded guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance. The commonwealth recommended one year in prison. Possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and failure to or improper signal (violation) charges were dismissed under the plea agreement. Arraignments Victor G. Littleton, 51, of Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to third-degree burglary. Kaitlynne M. McCane, 18, of Midway, pleaded not guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. William J. McCane, 40, of Midway, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Jesse R. Nance, 32, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to third-degree assault. Steven E. Smith, 32, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), public intoxication (misdemeanor) and no/expired registration receipt (violation). Trial date Nathan G. Coleman, 41, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a June 26 to 29 jury trial (new date) to face 80 counts of possession of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor and seven counts of distributing matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor. Probation Tommy L. McCane, 37, of Midway, was ordered to serve out one year in prison for violating terms of her probation for theft by deception (over $500). Christopher A. Rust, 37, of Versailles, was ordered to serve six months in jail after his pretrial diversion was revoked for violating terms of diversion for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces), third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and failure to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor). Indictments (September) Andrew J. Wilson, 24, of Stamping Ground, charged with receiving stolen property (over $500) and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Daniel C. Soto, 23, of Louisville, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Benjamin J. Genovese Jr., 18, of Versailles, charged with trafficking in marijuana (more than 8 ounces), speeding (violation), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (violation) and possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle (violation). Brian A. Thacker, 33, of Nicholasville, charged with four counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor). Kaitlynne M. McCane, 18, of Midway, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. William J. McCane, 40, of Midway, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Thomas M. Ault, 26, of Lancaster, charged with flagrant nonsupport. Steven E. Smith, 32, of Versailles, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), public intoxication (misdemeanor) and no/expired registration receipt (violation). Efren Juarez-Mendoza, 31 of Clarksville, Ind., charged with two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, retaliating against a participant in a legal process, no operator's license (misdemeanor), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor), failure to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor) and possession of an open alcoholic beverage container (violation). Richard N. Roberts, 33, of Georgetown, charged with theft by failure to make required disposition (over $500). Police Reports Versailles police responded to two injury accidents, eight non-injury wrecks, two domestic-related complaints, made five arrests and issued two citations/summons. On Oct. 12 at 10:36 a.m., a McDonald's employee, Claudia E. Ramirez-Escobedo, 31, of 549 Beech Street, was struck while delivering food to a parked car by a Toyota 4Runner driven by Donald G. Ellis, 33, of 1000 Foraker Road. She told police a friend would take her to a local hospital. Police say inattention on the part of Ellis was a factor in the incident. On Oct. 13 at 3:29 p.m., a Harley-Davidson FLS ridden by David C. Drury, 27, of Lawrenceburg, was traveling on McCracken Pike when Drury failed to negotiate a curve. His motorcycle crossed the center line, ran off the other side of the road and overturned. Drury was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say Drury's motorcycle was not under proper control. On Oct. 14, vinyl siding on a Virginia Avenue home was reported vandalized. On Oct. 16, $60 in cash was reported stolen from a Frankfort Street office building. On Oct. 14, $2,269.44 in forged checks were reported at a bank on Main Street. On Oct. 14, mail was reported stolen on Doncaster Road. On Oct. 14, police made an arrest on Main Street involving DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. On Oct. 12, terroristic threatening was reported at Kroger. On Oct. 15, a Chevrolet Colorado on Dunroven Road was reported vandalized. On Sept. 26, equipment worth $296 was reported stolen from a salon on Rose Hill Avenue. On Oct. 17, $200 worth of jewelry was reported stolen from a home on Dunroven Road. On Oct. 17, police issued a summons/citation on Russell Avenue for possession of marijuana and disregarding a stop sign. On Oct. 13, police made an arrest at a Clifton Road gas station for alcohol intoxication in a public place. On Oct. 7, a vacuum cleaner worth $125 and a hydrocodone pill worth $5 were reported stolen from a home on Craigs Creek Road. On Oct. 14, 10 cases of soft drinks worth $72.90 were reported shoplifted from Kroger. On Oct. 12, a counterfeit $5 bill was reported on Court Street. On Oct. 11, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident at Doughdaddy's that damaged a gas pump guard post. On Oct. 11, police made an arrest on Lexington Road involving failure to wear a seatbelt, no operator's/moped license and possession of marijuana. Fire Reports City Firefighters installed two child safety seats during the past week. Firefighters performed 26 EMS assists. A sprinkler alarm malfunctioned on Crossfield Drive Oct. 12. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on United Drive (involving a pedestrian) Oct. 12 and on Frankfort Road at Midway Road Oct. 12. County Firefighters performed two EMS assists during the past week. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike Oct. 13. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on McCracken Pike (motorcycle) Oct. 13, I-64 and Pisgah Pike (motorcycle) Oct. 14, and two on the Blue Grass Parkway Oct. 15. A smoke detector malfunctioned on Ducker Road Oct. 14. Fire in a cornfield on Paynes Mill Road was extinguished Oct. 16. A grass fire was extinguished on the parkway Oct. 16. A vehicle fire was extinguished on Hunters Ridge Road Oct. 17. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray dogs: a female black and white border collie mix; a female red and white border collie mix; and a male black and white Boston terrier mix. Animal control is also holding five kittens found on Linden Drive. 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 - Francois Roland Grimard and Shannon Danielle Grimard; Tressa Leah Adams and Scott Lee Adams. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC, vs. Deborah J. Simon for $5,686.88 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as trustee for LSF vs. Melani Aitken, et al., for $102,392.52 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Rebecca Hopper, et al., vs. Kimberly A. Drury for financial support and health insurance for minor child. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., vs. Kantra M. Smith for financial support and health insurance for minor child. DEEDS DesRochers Properties, LLC, (Richard DesRochers and Pamela DesRochers, members), to Allen Dwight Reed and Kelsey Marie Reed, 208 Paddock Drive, $141,000. Lawrence R. Bland and M. Rita Bland to L R Rentals, LLC, (Lawrence R. Bland, member), 776 Nancy Street, 347 McDonald Drive, 450 Duell Drive, 461 Duell Drive and 453 Duell Drive, no deed tax noted. JPM Suter, Inc., (Julian Suter, president), to Stephen P. Mullins and Jodi Mullins, 204 Black Hawk Circle, $128,000. Pearl J. Asher to Thomas Wayne Wright and Tracie Wright, 321 Ridgewood Drive, $100,000. Francis Hill Parker and Regan Parker to Brian Lynch, 39.3999 acres on Fishers Mill Road, $335,750. LK-Real Estate, LLC, (Linsey Mosley, member), to Anderson Acquisitions, LLC, (Dennis R. Anderson, member), 1.32 acres and a lot designated as open space in the Wooldridge Gardens subdivision on Falling Springs Boulevard, $1, quitclaim deed. Stephen G. Sword and Amy W. Sword to James Benjamin Hartley, 502 Scarborough Drive, $150,000. Nancy Mitchell Wallace and Mark Wallace to John M. Mitchell, a 20 percent interest in 524 West Leestown Road, $20,000. Charles E. Roberts and Emma Lou Roberts to Mischell H. Lee, 142 Emerson Drive, $106,000. Michael David Woods, Elizabeth J. Woods, Michael Wallace Woods and Donna Woods to Erin Carmickle and Jessica Carmickle, 611 Seth Drive, $264,000. James R. Hunter and Violet Ann Hunter to Violet Ann Hunter, 112 Bayberry Road, no deed tax noted. Billie Columbia to Hallie K. Allison, 107 Coach Station Road, Midway, $133,500. William E. Carl, Patricia A. Powers-Carl, Bobby E. Carl and Phyllis A. Carl to WinStar Farm, LLC, 36.618 acres, more or less on Paynes Mill Road, $526,480.50. James Starks and Marsha C. Starks to Stephen Lyster and Elizabeth Lyster, 221 Gayland Drive, Midway, $410,000. Silas C. Goodrich and Joyce M. Goodrich to Michael Martin Goodrich, 113 Woodford Village Drive, no deed tax noted. MARRIAGE LICENSES April Leigh Preston and Michael Brian James; Matthew Keith Ward and Julie Allison Whittaker; Emma Marie Cooper and Aaron David Perkins; David Allen Nichols and Tabitha Ashley Cox; Marie Arroyo and Travis Levi Fisher; Rebecca Lovelace Burkich and Stephen Tyler Baldwin; Emily Lucille Bell and Matthew Aubrey Well; Amanda Sarah Duckworth and Benjamin Harold Dennison; Ashley Marie Boulis and Michael Merrill Kane; Lisa Marie Woods and Jeffrey Todd Parrott Jr.; Robin Noelle Prather and Alan Keith Malicote; Ruth Marie Miller and George Joseph Valentino.

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