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November 17th - Public Records

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of Nov. 7 Traffic Speeding - Crystal J. Allen, combined with no insurance (2nd offense) and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $656; Ashley Blair Bryant, $243; Joseph Earl Cantrell, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $188; Alexis H. Corum, $143 plus state traffic school; Frederick C. Graeter, $173; Manisha Desha Hale, $243; Jesse Wayne Hayes, $143 plus state traffic school; Grant Davis Jaggers, $143 plus state traffic school; Siyang None Li, $198; Terri Michelle Miller, $143 plus state traffic school; Charles Justin Mitchell, $198; Dennis Charles Murphy, $163; Dionte J. Reliford, $198; Christy Marie Rodriguez-Ruiz, $173; Wyatt A. Taylor, combined with no/expired registration plates, $183; Amber L. Gilbert, combined with no operator's/moped license, $171 plus eight days with eight days' credit; Amanda Cornejo, $173. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Misty Cavanaugh, $243; Jason Hammonds, $873; John G. Montgomery, $143. No/expired registration plates - German Ramos Garcia, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and no operator's/moped license, $293 plus two days with two days' credit. DUI - Amy B. Montgomery, $743. No operator's/moped license - Jose Guadalupe Torres, $243; Pedro Zarate-Espinosa, $243 Failure to wear seatbelt - Nathaniel None Walker, $25. Careless driving - John K. Wyrick, state traffic school. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Shaefen Mattingly, 217 Russell Avenue, combined with no/expired registration plates, $285.50. Theft by unlawful taking (less than $500) - Monica Bybee, 196 Spring Run Road, $210.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Frederick C. Brandt, Winchester, $200.50; Jason Crowe, 139 Big Sink Road, combined with 4th degree assault, domestic violence (minor injury) $210.50 plus 33 days, serve three with credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of controlled substance (2nd degree) - Jeremy T. Watson, Lawrenceburg, combined with DUI, driving on DUI-suspended license, possession of controlled substance (3rd degree) and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, $1,043 plus 30 days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to three injury accidents, 12 non-injury wrecks, two domestic-related complaints, issued three summons/citations and made two arrests. On Nov. 7 at 6:10 a.m., an Acura MDX driven by Pablo Torreblanca, 21, of 190 Macey Avenue, was northbound on McCracken Pike when the driver lost control near the intersection with Steele Road and the vehicle left the right side of the road and struck a chain link fence. Torreblanca was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS workers. Police say his vehicle was not under proper control. On Nov. 9 at 6:22 p.m., a Pontiac Bonneville driven by Taylor M. Spicer, 20, of Nicholasville, was south-bound on Pinckard Pike when, for unknown reasons, the vehicle's brakes locked up. Spicer lost control and the vehicle ran off the right side of the road, striking a plank fence. A witness told police Spicer was traveling at a safe speed and his brake lights lit up before the accident. Spicer was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say his vehicle was not under proper control. On Nov. 11 at 4:58 p.m., a Chrysler Town and Country driven by Charles W. Raglin, 61, of 1031 Kidds Mill Road, was headed west on Kidds Mill Road when Raglin lost control. He told police he had swerved to miss a deer. The vehicle struck a tree and plank fence. Raglin was taken to UK Chandler Hospital and charged with DUI. On Nov. 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on the U.S. 60 Bypass. On Nov. 14, a mailbox post and concrete pad at a Simmons Street home were reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $50. On Nov. 5, a summons/citation was issued on Lexington Road for failure to produce an insurance card and leaving the scene of an accident. On Nov. 12, two rings worth a total of $950 were reported stolen from a home on Montgomery Ave-nue. On Nov. 11, a report of criminal littering was made on Marsailles Road. On Nov. 9, police made an arrest on Wilson Avenue involving parole violation and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Nov. 9, terroristic threatening was reported at a Clifton Road home. On Nov. 10, police issued a summons/citation on Molly Street for possession of drug paraphernalia. On Nov. 10, a missing persons report was made at the Kentucky United Methodist Home for Children and Youth. On Nov. 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Frankfort Street that damaged a Chevrolet Silverado. On Nov. 12, police issued a citation/summons on the Blue Grass Parkway for possession of marijuana. On Nov. 13, a pistol worth $150 was reported stolen from a home on Arbor Place. On Nov. 7, a wallet and Social Security card were reported stolen in a Main Street convenience store. On Nov. 8, $63 in cash was reported stolen from a home on Macey Avenue. On Nov. 7, the front door of a convenience store on Old Frankfort Pike was reported smashed, with damage estimated at $1,000, and $1,500 in cash reported stolen. On Nov. 7, tools worth $850 were reported stolen from a Midway specialty store on Winter Street. On Nov. 7, a pistol worth $200 was reported stolen from a home on McCracken Pike. On Nov. 7, a Garmin GPS worth $105.99 was reported stolen from a vehicle on Montgomery Avenue. On Nov. 4, two reports of flagrant non-support were filed involving an address on South Main Street. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 19 EMS assists and installed two child safety seats and three smoke detectors during the past week. A natural gas odor was investigated on Beasley Road Nov. 9. An electrical odor was investigated on Parkview Place Nov. 13. A smoke odor was investigated on Simmons Street Nov. 14. A carbon monoxide detector malfunctioned at a Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Nov. 14. A natural gas odor was investigated on Falling Springs Boulevard Nov. 14. County Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Pisgah Pike and Old Frankfort Pike Nov. 8, on Kidds Mill Road and Troy Pike Nov. 9, on Pinckard Pike and Frankfort Road Nov. 10, and on Kidds Mill Road Nov. 11. A natural gas odor was investigated on Weisenberger Mill Road Nov. 10. Roll bales of hay on a trailer caught fire on Blue Grass Parkway Nov. 10. Fire in a combine was extinguished on Midway Road Nov. 11. Firefighters performed three EMS assists. Public Records SUITS Michael Berryman, et al., vs. Brent Wilson, et al., for an unspecified amount relating to Dec. 30, 2015, auto accident. Heartland Credit Corporation vs. Joshua Evans for $5,508.24 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Thomas R. Post vs. Luanne Burton for $41,688.99 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Ann Hayes vs. Tony Burton, et al., for an unspecified amount relating to Nov. 17, 2015, dog bite. DEEDS John W. Hays and Tamra Gormley to Aaron Idings and Anna Iddings, 224 Montgomery Avenue, $355,000. Dottie Patrice Foley to Kathy Brown and Adam Asher Conners, 487 Dry Ridge Road, $280,000. Elizabeth Smith to Murl B. Caudill and Janet Caudill, 646 Oxford Road, $195,000. James D. Rouse, as executor of the Virginia Wiglesworth estate, to Frank Harper Hawkins III, an undivided one-half interest in 123 Broadway, no deed tax noted. Frank Harper Hawkins III to Reginald J. Phillips III and Judith W. Phillips, 123 Broadway, $120,000. Jennie L. Hansel to Terry Hanna, 513 Clifton Road, $105,500. Ball Homes, LLC, to Adam Kirk and Elizabeth Kirk, 7054 Arbor Meadow Way, $343,086.

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