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January 26th - Public Records

District Court Woodford District Court did not hold a session Monday, Jan. 16 due to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. An abbreviated session was held Wednesday, Jan. 18, with Judge Mary Jane Phelps presiding. Traffic No operator’s/moped license – Daniel Johnson, combined with DUI and failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $543 plus 15 days with credit. Misdemeanors Disorderly conduct – Jessica C. Kirby, Nicholasville, combined with public intoxication (controlled substance), resisting arrest and possession of a controlled substance, 3rd degree – $160.50 plus 10 days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to four injury accidents, 14 non-injury wrecks, made two arrests and issued two citations. On Jan. 13 at 1 p.m., a Honda Accord driven by Jacquelyn C. Hacker, 75, of Lexington, was southbound on Huntertown Road, attempting a left turn onto Venetian Way. A Honda CRV driven by Sally W. Smith, 71, of 345 Domino Court, was northbound on Huntertown Road and drifted over the double yellow line and struck the Accord head-on. Hacker was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say inattention on the part of Smith was a factor in the crash. On Jan. 13 at 6:29 p.m., a Ford F-150 driven by Cynthia D. Sullivan, 59, of 118 W. Main Street in Midway, was westbound on Lexington Street when John W. Ward, 55, of 321 Lexington Street, walked into her lane. Ward was wearing a dark jacket and blue jeans. Sullivan attempted to brake and swerve but her vehicle struck Ward, who was taken by ambulance to UK Chandler Hospital and pronounced dead at 7:01 p.m. On Jan. 17 at 4:30 a.m., a Toyota Camry driven by Moses Malone, 37, of Louisville, was westbound on I-64 in heavy rain when his vehicle began to hydroplane. Malone lost control and his vehicle struck a rock embankment on the right side of the road. The vehicle overturned and came to rest in the emergency lane. He was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Police say Malone was driving too fast for conditions. On Jan. 17 at 8:04 a.m., a Toyota pick-up driven by Eric B. Kessler, 26, of 550 Pinckard Pike, pulled out of a driveway onto Pinckard Pike. His vehicle was struck by a northbound Ford Explorer driven by Crystal K. Yeager, 34, of 1585 Pinckard Pike. The Explorer ran off the left side of the road and up an embankment and rolled over onto its right side. Yeager was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say failure to yield and inattention on the park of Yeager were factors in the crash. On Jan. 19, harassment was reported on Oregon Road. On Jan. 20, two rings and other jewelry worth a total of $5,901 were reported stolen on Domino Court. On Jan. 20, computers worth $1,649 were reported stolen on Macey Avenue. On Jan. 21, a wallet with bank card and a driver’s license worth a total of $58 was reported stolen from a vehicle on Gleneagles Way. On Jan. 21, a red 2012 Ford F-150 worth $24,000 was reported stolen on Hanover Drive. On Jan. 20, cash and a credit card worth a total of $30 were reported stolen from Buster Hall at Midway University. On Jan. 9, police made an arrest on the Bluegrass Parkway for operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and 2nd degree possession of a controlled substance. On Jan. 12, a gas station on Broadway Street reported $7,717.36 worth of gas stolen through use of a fraudulent credit card. On Jan. 13, identity theft was reported at a Marcella Drive home. On Jan. 14, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for DUI, illegal possession of a legend drug and no operator’s/moped license. On Jan. 17, $20 in change was reported stolen from a vehicle on Crabapple Road. On Jan. 17, an insurance card and Kohl’s credit card were reported stolen from a Cedar Ridge Lane home. On Jan. 17, police issued a citation on the Blue Grass Parkway for possession of drug paraphernalia. On Jan. 17, police issued a citation on the U.S. 60 on-ramp of the parkway for no registration plates, no registration receipt and failure of owner to maintain required insurance. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 32 EMS assists during the past week. A smoke odor was investigated on Crossfield Drive Jan. 17. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the U.S. 60 Bypass Jan. 18 and 22. A smoke detector malfunctioned on Tyrone Pike Jan. 18. A gasoline spill was cleaned on Lexington Road Jan. 19. A small cooking fire was extinguished on Macey Avenue Jan. 20. County Firefighters performed two EMS assists during the past week. An alarm malfunctioned on Shetland Lane Jan. 17. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike Jan. 19. A grass fire was extinguished on Lexington Road at the Blue Grass Parkway Jan. 19 A vehicle fire was extinguished on Frankfort Road Jan. 19. Firefighters responded to a report of smoke coming from a microwave oven on Normandy Court Jan. 20. Firefighters assisted Versailles police in the search for a missing person on Dunroven Drive Jan. 20 The person was found. Firefighters helped rescue a horse that had fallen into a creek on Cummins Ferry Road Jan. 21. Firefighters made a “jaws of life” run to the scene of a vehicle accident on Pinckard Pike Jan. 22. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Nancy Mills Drake and Byron E. Drake. America’s Car Mart, Inc., vs. Justin Roberts for $6,694.19 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. FCC-Cell I, LLC, vs. David Kent Thompson, et al., for compensatory damages plus interest, late charges and costs claimed due on a debt. Commonwealth Credit Union, Inc., vs. Janis E. Clark for $22,558.37 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt. Blair’s Auto Sales, Inc., vs. Angela M. Brown for $8,783.80 plus interest, court costs and other fees claimed due on a debt. Progressive Casualty Insurance Company vs. Zacke Miller for $5,519.30 plus interest and costs relating to a February 2015 vehicular accident. Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC, vs. Amanda Montgomery-Hampton for $108,149.24 plus interest, late fees, costs and other fees claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Michael Rhea King and Jennifer King to William R. Hudson and Melissa A. Hudson, 492 Gaffney Court, $450,000. William R. Hudson and Melissa A. Hudson to Brian L. Nesselrode and Diana L. Nesselrode, 205 Gray Hawk Court, $210,000. Caidland, Inc., (Kevin Kincaid, president), to Sabrina Jacobs, 427 Winton Drive, $123,000. Harold Marshall Jr. and Barbara Marshall to Kenneth Harold Marshall, an undivided 54.39 percent interest in 108 Ashmore Avenue, other consideration. Shift Realty, LLC, (Darrell Lewis, member), to BMAT Investment Properties, LLC, (Brenda Luckett, member), 117 Ashmore Avenue, $49,350. Kevin A. Hamilton and Terri H. Hamilton to Tabitha Sutherland and Christopher L. Sutherland, 104 Derby Court, $142,500. Ball Homes, LLC, to Jamey T. Pennycuff and Lora L. Pennycuff, 381 Gleneagles Way, $249,640. Brandon C. Douglas to Fernando Martinez Villa, 402 Keokuk Court, $109,000. Toni Dunn, as executor of the Clara Johnson estate, to Charles Thomas Cruse, an undivided one-ninth interest in a parcel of land on Shannon Run Road, $1,685. Marie C. Kitchen to Elizabeth S. Santen, 200 Morgan Street, $650,000. Ball Homes, LLC, to Mark A. Delles and Emiko Delles, 7049 Arbor Meadow Way, $352,472. St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Inc., (Fielding Walker, senior warden), to Crosspointe Church, through co-trustees William Brown, Phillip Lancaster and Jason Norvell, 124 Dry Ridge Road, $125,700. Edward N. Humston III and Allison K. Humston to J. Uriah Addington and Whitney L. Addington, 4006 Citation Circle, $290,000. Megan Price to Chad Davenport and Ashley Davenport, 300 High Street, $174,500. Brian H. Hiler and Carol J. Hiler to Jonathan Bowen, 456 Misty Lane, $319,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Luann D. Hamon and David Phillip Ditto; Lisa Gayle Shuck and Wade Lee Selma; Rebecca Jo Tonges and Cody Aaron Wallin; Amy Susan Diamond and Kevin Wayne Kiper; Catlyn Joann Spivey and Scott James Calder; Samantha Erin Day and Zachery Jordan Slone; Melissa Ann Cordial and Kendall Walter Hanuska; Rachel Kaye Smith and Scottie Hall; Megan Elizabeth Scott and William Joseph Bailey.

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