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January 12th - Public Records

District Court District court was not in session on Monday, Jan. 2, in observance of the New Year's holiday. Circuit Court Jan. 1, 9 a.m. Rob Johnson, judge Sentencing Loretta J. Kitchen, 46, of Frankfort, was placed on three years' probation, ordered to pay a $200 fine and had her operator's license suspended for 45 days for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor). Justin Sizemore, 26, of Frankfort, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for second-degree robbery and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Victoria B. Wylie, 22, of Nicholasville, was sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay $2,200 restitution (jointly/severally) after pleading guilty to complicity to theft by unlawful taking (over $500). Pleas Donna J. Brooks, 49, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor), failure to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked operator's license (misdemeanor). A misdemeanor charge of illegal possession of a legend drug and a traffic violation of no/expired registration plates were dismissed under the plea agreement. The commonwealth recommended one year in prison, a $200 fine and a 45-day suspension of operator's license. Ezell Henry, 46, of Carlisle, pleaded guilty (under pretrial diversion) to three counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. The commonwealth recommended a one-year prison sentence be diverted for three years. Anthony Strange, 23, of Berea, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-degree criminal trespass (misdemeanor), theft by unlawful taking (over $500) and first-degree wanton endangerment. The commonwealth recommended five years in prison. Diana C. Woodrum, 54, of Salvisa, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of first-degree criminal attempt to possess a controlled substance (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended 12 months in jail. Arraignment Amanda F. Conner, 26, of Winchester, pleaded not guilty to two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, two counts of theft by deception (under $500) and two counts of receiving stolen property (under $500). Probation Thomas J. Clark II, 25, of Wilmore, was ordered to serve out a three-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Jan. 4, 1 p.m. Paul Isaacs, judge Sentencing Robert V. Bentley, 47, of Lawrenceburg, was sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay a $100 fine after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). A charge of failure to wear seatbelts (violation) was dismissed under the plea agreement. Kaylene A. Costillo, 20, of Versailles, was placed on five years' pretrial diversion for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. If Costillo successfully completes diversion, the felony charge will be dismissed and she will not serve a five-year prison sentence. Pleas Benjamin E. Caudill, 43, of Hazard, pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. The commonwealth recommended three years in prison. A second-degree persistent felony offender charge was dismissed under the plea agreement. Clinton W. Knight, 33, of Louisville, pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. The commonwealth recommended two years in prison. A second-degree persistent felony offender charge was dismissed under the plea agreement. Kelly C. McIntosh Jr., 48, of Combs, pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. The commonwealth recommended two years in prison. Arraignments Allen G. Brooks Jr., 37, of Frankfort, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport. Jason R. Guess, 36, of Waynesburg, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport. Trial dates Michael Hays, of Lawrenceburg, was scheduled to return for a March 29 to 30 jury trial to face a charge of knowingly exploiting an adult (over $300). Peggy L. Hays, 46, of Lawrenceburg, was scheduled to return for a March 29 to 30 jury trial to face a charge of knowingly exploiting an adult (over $300). Deandre A. Shepard, 25, of St. Louis, Mo., was scheduled to return for a July 26 to 28 (new date) jury trial to face charges of first-degree assault and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor). Larry Watts, 60, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a July 19 to 21 jury trial to face two counts of first-degree sexual abuse (under 12 years of age). Probation Michael G. Amosson, 23, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a three-year prison sentence after violating terms of his probation for three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, theft by unlawful taking (auto), first-degree criminal mischief and leaving the scene of an accident (misdemeanor). Amber N. Cheak, 26, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence after violating terms of her pre-trial diversion for complicity to retaliating against a participant in a legal process and first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Dustin M. Cinnamon, 30, of Nicholasville, was ordered to serve out a six-month jail sentence for violating terms of his probation for attempted first-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). Patrick W. Crowe, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a five-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for seven counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, theft by deception (over $500) and theft by unlawful taking (under $500). Marcus A. Maxberry, 35, of Versailles was ordered to serve four months in jail for violating terms of his probation for two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school. Indictments (December) Joshua A. Boyd, 34, of Lexington, charged with four counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, four counts of theft by deception (under $500), four counts of receiving stolen property (under $500) and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Jason R. Guess, 36, of Waynesburg, charged with flagrant nonsupport. Sandeep Kaur, 35, of Versailles, charged with welfare fraud. Kayla L. Burk, 28, of Lexington, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license (misdemeanor). Amanda F. Conner, 26, of Winchester, charged with two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, two counts of theft by deception (under $500) and two counts of receiving stolen property (under $500). Lindsey M. House, 42, of Lexington, charged with two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and second-degree possession of a controlled substance. Robert J. Sanford Jr., 31, of Horse Cave, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Police Reports Versailles police responded to two injury accidents, 31 non-injury wrecks, one domestic-related complaint and made one arrest. On Dec. 26 at 6:35 a.m., a Chevrolet truck driven by Dustin M. Mullins, 28, of Georgetown, was on Pinckard Pike when it left the right side of the road near Fire Gate 4 and struck a tree. Mullins was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention and not being under proper control caused the crash. On Jan. 4 at 6:41 a.m., a Honda Civic driven by Richard T. Metzger, 61, of 238 Chestnut Lane, was eastbound on Old Frankfort Pike near the intersection of Pinckard Pike when it was struck by a Chevrolet Impala driven by Joe B. Dodgen, 38, of Nicholasville. Dodgen told police he was trying to make a left turn from Pinckard Pike onto Old Frankfort Pike and didn't see the Civic. Both drivers were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say failure to yield, inattention and not being under proper control on the part of Dodgen caused the crash. On Jan. 6, flagrant non-support was reported on Lynwood Drive. On Dec. 29, identity theft and fraudulent use of a credit card worth $17,339.69 were reported on Hill Road. On Jan. 6, police made an arrest on the Blue Grass Parkway for no registration plates, no registration receipt and operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license. On Jan. 7, an iPad worth $399 was reported shoplifted from a store on Kroger Way. On Jan. 8, cash and change worth $200 and consumable goods were reported stolen from a Pinckard Pike farm. On Jan. 3, forged checks worth $350 were reported at a Rose Hill Avenue liquor store. On Jan. 5, an ATM card and Kohl's card were reported stolen from a vehicle on Winton Road. On Jan. 5, a pistol worth $249.95 was reported stolen from a home on Paddock Drive. On Jan. 5, identity theft was reported at a Clifton Road home. On Jan. 4, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road. On Jan. 4, $100 worth of oxycodone was reported stolen from a home on Park Street. On Jan. 2, a truck computer was reported stolen from a home on Fords Mill Road. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 16 EMS assists during the past week. An investigation revealed no fire at a Cleveland Avenue residence Jan. 4. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Clifton Road Jan. 5 and on the U.S. 60 Bypass Jan. 9. Smoke detectors were activated at a McDonald Drive residence and a Church Street residence Jan. 7 and on Pine Grove Road Jan. 8. An electrical fire was extinguished on Elm Street Jan. 9. County Firefighters performed three EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Old Frankfort Pike Jan. 4, on Hanley Lane Jan. 5, and on I-64 Jan. 7. Smoke from burnt food in a microwave activated an alarm at Taylor Manor Nursing Home Jan. 5. A natural gas leak was investigated in Scarborough Drive Jan. 6. A carbon monoxide detector malfunctioned at a Sheffield Drive residence Jan. 8. Theatrical smoke activated an alarm at a church on Ducker Road Jan. 8. A chimney fire was extinguished on Scarborough Drive Jan. 8. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding a stray elderly female short-haired black and white 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 Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. David M. Goodman, et al., for $5,019.66 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. William B. Fowler Jr. vs. Alan S. Williams Sr. for a declaratory judgment involving property plus costs and attorney fees. Warren McElroy vs. Shelbyville Laundry, Inc., et al., for an unspecified amount relating to a February 2013 vehicular accident.

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