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January 19th - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Jan. 9 Traffic Disregarding stop sign - Barbara R. Baker, $143 plus state traffic school; Angela Renee Sparks, $143 plus state traffic school. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Sarah Ashley Bentley, $193; Natalio A. Lopez, combined with speeding, $181 plus three days with credit. Speeding - Deanna Ann Campbell, $143 plus state traffic school; Michael G. Elgin, combined with intermediate licensing violations, $293; Autumn Spiritmoon, $163; Renee Marie Hagerman, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $223; Kimberly Renee Hogue, state traffic school; Corey Lee Lovin, $198; Brynne Nechelle Morton, $163; Sonya Martrese Pantoja, $143 plus state traffic school; Lisa G. Reynolds, combined with no insurance, $100 plus state traffic school; Douglas Thomas Wilson, combined with no operator's license in possession, $223. Failure to wear seatbelt - Jessica L. Campbell, $25; Carl B. Hickerson Jr., combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668; Jonathon D. Lowe, $25; Rita M. Mattingly, $25; Logan S. Vance, $25; Tony I. Whisman, $25. No operator's license in possession - Barbara Chilton, $193; Rodrigo Disciplina, $243; Zachary Dane Ensor, combined with escaping contents (shifting/spilling loads), $243; Victoria Lynn Searcy, $243; Jesslyn B. Woodall, $193. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Nancy Holcombe, $243; Nicholas Anthony Jerdon, combined with DUI, $778 plus four days with two days' credit or four days home incarceration. No/expired registration plates - Amanda M. Nicholas, 13 days with five days' credit. Reckless driving - Michael L. Schirmer, $243. DUI - James D. Dixon, $718; Romeo L. Lopez, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and no operator's license, $743 plus four days with four days' credit. Misdemeanors Theft by unlawful taking - Robert S. Barr, 655 Oregon Road, 30 days probated for two years; Catherine M. Campbell, 817 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, $160.50 plus 30 days probated for two years. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Derek Z. Carter, 84 Fishers Mill Road, Midway, $210. Possession of marijuana - Russell W. Mays, Harrodsburg, $260.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Deborah M. Meurer, New Albany, Ind., $175.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to an accident that caused the death of a pedestrian, 11 non-injury wrecks and one domestic-related complaint. On Jan. 16, possession of synthetic drugs and drug paraphernalia was reported on Leestown Pike. On Jan. 9, $200 worth of fentanyl was reported stolen on Berry Avenue. On Jan. 9, a cafeteria on Winter Street in Midway was reported burglarized, with an unknown amount of money taken from a cash drawer and safe. On Jan. 11, second-degree assault involving a green Big K can of soda was reported on Linden Drive. On Jan. 12, flagrant non-support was reported on Blackhawk Circle. On Jan. 6, a report was made of stolen property (a Glock handgun worth $450) being received on Park Street. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 20 EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident that involved a pedestrian on Lexington Road Jan. 13. County Firefighters performed two EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Huntertown Road Jan. 13, on Moores Mill Road Jan. 14, and on Pinckard Pike Jan. 17. An alarm malfunctioned on Midway Road Jan. 15. A suspected propane odor at a Hedden Road residence Jan. 16 turned out to be a skunk odor. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding a stray male brown and brindle pit bull type dog. 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 - Stephanie Tucker Evitts and William Edward Evitts; Valerie Lawson and Ronnie Lawson Jr. Cach, LLC, vs. Joseph Middleton for $5,929.10 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Betty J. Shearer, et al., vs. Ottis Abner Jr. for support for a minor child. Donna L. Hill, et al., vs. Mary E. Back for support for a minor child. Richard A. Campbell, et al., vs. Brittany Marie Fields, et al., for temporary custody of a minor child. Debbijo L. Golzer vs. Luis Carlos Guadina Barraza for support for a minor child. DEEDS James E. Knox, Wendy Knox, Jessica Knox Perez and Javier Perez to Teresa Parks, 249 Bryanwood Drive, $99,500. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Patsy Stromberg Leavell, 123 Clifton Road, $4,700. Teri E. Blanton to Kristen L. Smither and Jacob T. Smither, 150 Pandy Street, $119,000. Anderson Wooldridge 2, LLC, (Dennis R. Anderson, member), to JMS Real Estate, LLC, (Shannon Yates, Dennis Anderson, Michael Craft and Jeremy Gribbins, members), 205, 207, 209, 211, 213, 215, 217, 307, 223, 225, 227, 231, 233, 235, 237, 239, 241, 243, 245 and 247 Abbey Road; 412, 410, 408, 406 and 404 Penny Lane; and 229, 309 and 311 Abbey Alley in the Wooldridge Gardens subdivision along Falling Springs Boulevard, $1,073,000. Gladys Sutherland to James E. Sutherland, 1290 Cummins Ferry Road, other consideration. Gladys Sutherland and James E. Sutherland to James E. Sutherland Jr. and Angela Sutherland, 1204 Cummins Ferry Road, other consideration. Gladys Sutherland to James E. Sutherland, 1108 Cummins Ferry Road, other consideration. Gladys Sutherland to James E. Sutherland, 1470 Cummins Ferry Road, other consideration. Ball Homes, LLC, to Jeffrey O. Sharp and Jennifer W. Sharp, 6021 Crabapple Road, $297,891. Caleb D. King and Carrie R. King to James T. Popham and Tara M. Popham, 4004 Greentree Road, $285,000. Leslie E. Morris and Victoria L. Sword to Elizabeth L. Jones, 1005 Sellers Mill Road, $160,000. Richard L. Elam, as executor of the Clyde W. Shotwell estate, to Dori D. Handy and Lori A. Handy, 95 Pinckard Pike, $303,000. Henry Johnson Cecil and Mary Frances Cecil to Lucas T. Cox and Heather M. Cox, 186 Woodlark Road, $247,800. Pauline R. Spears to Donna Couch, 740 Eureka Drive, $180,000. William Edward Gaines to Suzanne Smith Gaines, 2075 Scotts Ferry East, quitclaim deed. Suzanne Smith Gaines to William Edward Gaines, 59.33 acres more or less on Scotts Ferry East, quitclaim deed. Thomas Andrew Bennett, as executor of the William J. Wells estate, to Jonathan B. Donley and Hannah E. Donley, 170 Oregon Road, $128,700. Anthony Elder and Callye Elder to Brian C. Schulz and Mona Gallo, 199 Juniper Drive, $232,000. James P. Filiatreau and Vicky W. Filiatreau to Carrie R. King and Caleb D. King, 5045 McCowans Ferry Road, $330,000. Justin Brown to Robin Brown, 110 Camden Avenue, quitclaim deed. F. Allen Meek Jr. and Joyce L. Meek to Robert K. Jackson, 12829 Troy Pike, $650,000. Thomas Andrew Bennett, as executor of the William J. Wells estate, to Forrest Turner Jr. and Patsy Turner, 281 Montgomery Avenue, $129,800. U.S. Bank National Association, as a trustee, to Heather Moffett, 772 Janet Street, $77,700. Charles K. Krell and Mary E. Krell to Mary H. Krell, 118 Locust Grove Lane, $1 and other consideration. James E. Knox and Wendy A. Knox to Cory Qualls, 314 Domino Court, $124,000. CKTA Properties, LLC, (Jonathan L. Gay, member), to Impact Construction, LLC, (Joseph L. Gay, member), 317 Second Street, Midway, $10,000. Wells Fargo Bank to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 123 East Stephens Street, Midway, other consideration. Joy Sutherland to Abraham Bruwer and Wendy Bruwer, 8005 Arbor Meadow Court, $300,000. Diana L. Nesselrode and Brian L. Nesselrode to Alan Brown, 414 Tincher Drive, $186,000.

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