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February 9th - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Jan. 30 Traffic Speeding – Mohammed Nabil Amandu, $173; Andrew Michael Dale, $243; Jennifer G. Davis, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $243 plus state traffic school; Reuben Donkar, combined with no/expired registration plates, $193; James William Doran, $143 plus state traffic school; Mikaielle G. Floreal, state traffic school; Marvin Alexander Gomez Hernandez, $181; Florecita Gonzalez, $143 plus state traffic school; Nellile S. Greer, $163; Brian M. Gritton, state traffic school; Julie Dawn James, $163; Phillipp Maxx Johns, $198; Alana Johnson, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $296; Christian E. Johnson, $143 plus state traffic school; Charles N. Kirkland, $143 plus state traffic school; Jessica Ann Meuth, $143 plus state traffic school; Cassandra M. Mullins, $143 plus state traffic school; Horricia L. Onejeme, $143 plus state traffic school; Steven R. Pennington, $143 plus state traffic school; Jacob A. Sexton, combined with failure to use child restraint device in vehicle, $248; James Clinton Smalley, state traffic school; Steven Dan Wilson, $243; Benjamine D. Woode, $173; Michelle A. Young, $143 plus state traffic school; Christopher B. Foley, $171. No operator’s license in possession – Kailee Collett, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $293. DUI – Angel G. Diaz, $718. Failure to wear seatbelt – Angel G. Diaz-Perez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $268; Edward Garstka, combined with disregarding stop sign, $168. No insurance – Lesli A. Hopkins, $243 plus $3,600 restitution. No operator’s/moped license – Miguel Iscotoyac-Carrillo, $268; Jorge Lopez, combined with disregarding traffic control device (traffic light), $168 plus three days with credit; Jessica L. Ollervidez, combined with fleeing or evading police and failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $643 plus two days with credit. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Laura McKenna Miller, $393. No/expired registration plates – Allison Hedges Stone, $163. Reckless driving – Jennifer D. Brown, $318. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Danny R. Jadron, two days with credit. Misdemeanors Receiving stolen property – Thomas P. Fitzgerald, address unavailable, $210.50 plus 30 days probated for two years. Criminal possession of forged instrument (3rd degree) – Thomas Patrick Fitzgerald, address unavailable, combined with receiving stolen property and theft by deception (includes cold checks), $502.77 plus 31 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of controlled substance (2nd degree) – Thomas R. Abner, 127 Powhatan Trail, combined with possession of controlled substance (3rd degree), illegal possession of legend drug and DUI, $893 plus 36 days, serve five with balance probated for two years. Shoplifting – Hurshell S. Elswick, 240 Macey Avenue, $160.50 plus eight days’ credit and 90 days probated for two years. Circuit Court Feb. 1, 9:30 a.m. Rob Johnson, judge Sentencing Donna J. Brooks, 49, of Versailles, was ordered to serve 60 days in jail for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor), failure to maintain insurance (misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. Under a plea agreement, the remainder of a one-year prison sentence was probated for three years. Brooks must also pay a $200 fine and her operator’s license was suspended for 30 days. Jeremiah B. Carpenter, 27, of Versailles, was placed on five years’ probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance and third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). A one-year prison sentence was suspended. Anthony Strange, 23, of Berea, was sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay $211 restitution (jointly/severally) for second-degree criminal trespass (misdemeanor), theft by unlawful taking (over $500) and first-degree wanton endangerment. Diana C. Woodrum, 54, of Frankfort, was placed on two years’ probation for first-degree criminal attempt to possess a controlled substance (misdemeanor). A 12-month jail sentence was suspended. Plea Dennis W. Lagree, 44, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to amended charges of trafficking in marijuana (less than eight ounces/misdemeanor), second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended a 12-month jail sentence, with a second-degree persistent felony offender charged being dismissed under the plea agreement. Arraignments Mashawnda N. Bartley, 32, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). Daniel Berry, 38, of Lansing, Mich., pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport. William G. Brown, 21, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanors) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor). Lindsey M. House, 42, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). Sharelle L. Johnson, 31, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to theft of identity of another without consent, first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree criminal mischief and giving an officer false identifying information (misdemeanor). Contempt of court Billy J. Cole, 46, of Harrodsburg, was ordered to serve 11 days in jail (time served) for contempt of court. Cole will remain probation for flagrant nonsupport. Feb. 1, 1 p.m. Paul Isaacs, judge Sentencing Clinton W. Knight, 33, of Louisville, was placed on five years’ probation for flagrant nonsupport. A two-year prison sentence was suspended. Charles R. Koonce Jr., 41, of Lexington, was conditionally discharged (for one year) and order to pay $250 restitution after pleading guilty to an amended charge of second-degree criminal attempt to trafficking in a controlled substance. Kelly C. McIntosh Jr., 48, of Combs, was placed on five years’ probation for flagrant nonsupport. A two-year prison sentence was suspended. Pleas Adam F. Cooke, 32, of Versailles, pleaded guilty (under pretrial diversion) to two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree fleeing/evading police and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended that a three-year prison sentence on the felony charges be diverted for four years. Under the plea agreement, Cooke was fined $200, his operator’s license was suspended for 60 days and he must serve 90 days in jail. Misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana and a traffic violation, failure to wear seatbelts, were dismissed under the plea agreement. Kaitlynne M. McCane, 19, of Midway, pleaded guilty (under pretrial diversion) to an amended charge of first-degree possession of a controlled substance. The commonwealth recommended that a one-year prison sentence be diverted for three years. Bobby B. Taylor, 29, of Louisville, pleaded guilty (under pretrial diversion) to flagrant nonsupport and an amended charge of second-degree bail jumping (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended that a four-year prison sentence be diverted for five years. Arraignments Joshua A. Boyd, 34, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to 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. Sandeep Kaur, 35, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to false statement/misrepresentation to receive benefits (over $100). Trial date William Russell III, 49, of Lawrenceburg, was ordered to return for a Sept. 14 to 15 jury trial to face charges of second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking (under $500) and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. Probation Clayton R. Knowles, 40, of Winter Springs, Fla., was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence after violating terms of his probation for third-degree burglary. Kamari S. Wilhite, 23, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence for violating terms of her probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Indictments (January) Daniel Berry, 38, of Nicholasville, charged with flagrant nonsupport. Demetrius D. Dixon, 22, of Lexington, charged with receiving stolen property (over $500), first-degree possession of a controlled substance, failure to maintain insurance (misdemeanor), operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked operator’s license (violation), no/expired registration plates (violation) and being a second-degree persistent felony offender. Cory A. Walton, 23, of Nicholasville, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Juan Quinonez, 31, of Versailles, charged with two counts of first-degree sexual abuse. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one injury accident, 24 non-injury wrecks, made two arrests and issued two citations. On Feb. 3 at 1:17 p.m., a Honda CRV driven by Margaret A. Hatfull, 77, of 107 Wildwood Drive, was westbound on Huntertown Road at Faith Baptist Church. She told police a Ford Escape driven by Paul G. Des Rosiers, 81, of 412 Tincher Drive, crossed the center lane and struck the left front of her vehicle. Des Rosiers was taken to UK Chandler Hospital, while Hatfull’s husband took her to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Des Rosiers died the following day. On Feb. 3, police issued a citation on Clifton Road for possession of drug paraphernalia. On Feb. 2, $400 in cash and a women’s leather wallet worth $30 were reported stolen at the Dollar General store. On Feb. 5, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for alcohol intoxication in a public place and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Feb. 3, a wooden fence on Shannon Run Road was vandalized, with damage estimated at $400. On Feb. 4, police issued a citation at the Circle K on Yellow Jacket Drive for possession of marijuana. On Jan. 29, an all-terrain tire worth $194 was reported vandalized at a Park Street restaurant. On Jan. 23, third-degree trafficking in controlled substance was reported on United Drive. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 27 EMS assists and installed one child safety seat during the past week. A fire alarm at the OSRAM Sylvania Glass plant Feb. 1 turned out to be false. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Lexington Road Feb. 2. Firefighters installed new batteries in a smoke detector at an Adena Trace residence Feb. 2. County Firefighters performed two EMS assists during the past week. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike Feb. 1. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Huntertown Road Feb. 3. A grass fire was extinguished on Steele Road Feb. 4. Firefighters responded to a chimney fire on Turret Court Feb. 5. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Dawn A. Rivera and Jade Rivera; Mary Francis Sutterlin and Steven Frederick Sutterlin. DEEDS EQP, LLC, to Church of God Prophecy, A. P. Indy 280 (a lot in Equestrian Park on Lexington Street), $75,000. Judith Lucas Hecker Williams to Michael D. Smith and Ladonna L. Smith, 409 Foxchase Court, $181,000. Creative Homebuilders, LLC, (Robert Davenport, member), to Christian W. Devers and Richard Devers III, 7038 Arbor Meadow Way, $333,400. Michael J. Duffy and Jerelyn J. Duffy to Roberta K. Aros and Richard W. Aros, as co-trustees of the Roberta K. Aros revocable trust and as co-trustees of the Richard W. Aros revocable trust, 2275 Paynes Mill Road, $730,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Lawrence Joseph Muskopf and Tracy June Bentley; Margaret Finnell Lewis and Robert Owen Harp.

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