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Public Records - March 9th

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Feb. 27 Traffic No operator's license in possession - Kaitlin D. Beam, $393; Mary E. Bishop, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $243; Richard A. Catapano Jr., $193; Charles R. Craig, combined with speeding, $213; Omoseoyomwen Erinola, combined with speeding, $213; Jason M. Kelley, $50. Speeding - Austin Gregory Bledsoe, $143 plus state traffic school; Emma M. Bukowski, $163; Mayra Gonzalez, combined with no operator's/moped license, $273; Richard M. Gribbins, $243; Cassandra R. Hanley, $198; Annette Jett, $143 plus state traffic school; Huiling Liu, combined with no insurance and failure to produce insurance card, $243; Alympia C. Ogle, $177; Stephen Edwards Pedron, $198; Oscar Garcia Portillo, $143 plus state traffic school; Scott A. Potter, $163; Mary K. Ross, state traffic school; Israel Dunbar Smith, $163; Kirsten Elin Smith, $163; Ryan Scott Ward, state traffic school; Nancy W. Whitaker, $163. Failure to wear seatbelt - Armando Bonola, combined with no operator's/moped license, $268; Darrell K. Parrott, $25. No/expired registration plates - Miles N. Brandenburg, $163; Kyra R. Burrell, $163; Terry Joe Hager, $163; Kevin B. Shuey, $163; Zachary L. Thomas, three days with credit. Improper equipment - Muhammad Q. Haroon, $168. No operator's/moped license - Jose Ramon Herra, $243; Edgar Uvaldo Rodriguez, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $743. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - David W. Hinkle, $243; Heather R. Molina Rosas, $243; Juan I. Valdez-Hernandez, combined with failure to notify owner of damage to unattended vehicle, $14,647.71 plus 90 days probated for two years. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Anthony J. Miller, $343; Michael G. Amosson, five days with credit. Careless driving - Zachery L. Plowe, $193. No/expired Kentucky registration receipt - Gerald Lamont Ragland, $163. No insurance - Lee S. Smith, $243. Misdemeanors Fourth degree assault, domestic violence (minor injury) - Pablo Torreblanca, address unavailable, $235.50 plus 33 days, serve three with credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of marijuana - Milton Javier Chavez, Chandler, N.C., $310.50; Brandon Lee Walker, Frankfort, $260.50. Menacing - Grant Gustin, 2765 Hifner Road, $160.50 plus 90 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Tina C. Purvis, 624 Pocahontas Trail, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, $200.50. Theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting - Zachary L. Thomas, 101 N. Brand Street, Midway, $160.50 plus 33 days, serve three with credit and balance probated for two years. Promoting contraband, 2nd degree - Gregory Tramontin, Frankfort, $185.50 plus two days with credit. Wanton endangerment, 2nd degree - Whitney L. Kareken, Lawrenceburg, $668. Circuit Court March 1, 9:30 a.m. Rob Johnson, judge Sentencing Henry Ezell, 46, of Carlisle, was placed on five years' pretrial diversion for three counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. If Ezell successfully completes pretrial diversion, the felony charges will be dismissed and he will not serve one year in prison. Dennis W. Lagree, 44, of Versailles, was sentenced to 12 months in jail for trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces/misdemeanor) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Pleas Daniel Berry, 38, of Lansing, Mich., pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. The commonwealth recommended five years in prison (five years' probation). Lindsey M. House, 42, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended one year in prison. William Cody Mefford, 22, of Frankfort, pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter, three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, leaving the scene of an accident, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), possession of marijuana (misdemeanor) and disregarding traffic controlled device (violation). The commonwealth recommended 20 years in prison (to be granted five years' shock probation after serving 12 months in jail), 250 hours of community service each year during probation and a $100 fine. Probation Tracey K. Malone, 36, of Wilmore was ordered to serve out a three-year prison sentence for violating terms of her probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Tonya Rodriguez, 34, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a three-year prison sentence for violating terms of her probation for first-degree conspiracy to trafficking in a controlled substance. Dismissed A motion was granted to dismiss (without prejudice) charges of importing heroin and first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance against Krista M. Newton, 29, of Irvin. A motion was granted to dismiss (without prejudice) charges of importing heroin and first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance against Corneal Straughter, 37, of Chicago. A motion was granted to dismiss (without prejudice) charges of importing heroin, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, speeding (six mph over/violation) and first-degree persistent felony offender charges against Charles E. Watts, 41, of Richmond. March 1, 1 p.m. Paul Isaacs, judge Sentencing Paige A. Bompas, 19, of Versailles, was placed on four years' probation (drug court) for first-degree possession of a controlled substance and fourth-degree assault (misdemeanor). A two-year prison sentence was suspended. Kevin E. Bowling, 35, of Versailles, was placed on three years' pretrial diversion (drug court) after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and an amended charge of no operator's license (misdemeanor). If Bowling successfully completes diversion, the felony charge will be dismissed and he will not serve one year in prison. Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and reckless driving (violation) were dismissed. Adam F. Cooke, 32, of Versailles, was placed on four years' pretrial diversion for two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree fleeing/evading police and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. If Cooke successfully completes the period of pretrial diversion, the felony charges will be dismissed and he will not serve two years in prison. Pleas Dakeil D. Allen, 17, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to four counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, six counts of first-degree complicity to wanton endangerment, receiving stolen property (over $500) and first-degree fleeing/evading police. The commonwealth recommended eight years in prison. Larry W. Jackson, 30, of Georgetown, pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. The commonwealth recommended two years in prison (five years' probation). Danny Jadron, 26, of Wilmore, pleaded guilty to tampering with physical evidence. The commonwealth recommended one year in prison. A first-degree wanton endangerment charge was dismissed. Arraignment Tonya L. Botkin, 23, of Richmond, pleaded not guilty to theft by deception (over $500). Probation John C. Cooper, 25, of Nicholasville, was ordered to serve out a two-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for receiving stolen property (firearm) and carrying a concealed deadly weapon (misdemeanor). Kaylene A. Costillo, 20, of Versailles, was ordered to serve six months in jail (three months' conditional discharge) for violating terms of her pretrial diversion for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. Trial date Michael A. Peters, 54, of Versailles, was ordered to return for a Nov. 27-30 jury trial to face charges of theft by failure to make required disposition of property and theft by unlawful taking (under $500). Police Reports Versailles police responded to five injury accidents, 13 non-injury collisions, three domestic-related complaints, made three arrests and issued one summons/citation. On Feb. 28 at 7:32 a.m., a Toyota Camry driven by Joshua T. Coomer, 29, of 69 Woodson Drive, Apt. 18, turned left from Woodson Drive into a parking spot and hit pedestrian Deborah Campbell, 58, of 69 Woodson Drive, Apt. 12. Coomer said he didn't see Campbell. She was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Police say inattention on the part of Coomer played a role in the accident. On Feb. 28 at 10:18 a.m., a Dodge Caravan driven by Bethany J. Roach, 30, of Murray, was eastbound on the Blue Grass Parkway approaching the Kentucky River bridge. Roach told police she disengaged the cruise control and the vehicle began to hydroplane. She lost control and her vehicle struck the bridge rail several times. She was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS workers. Police say she was driving too fast for conditions. On March 3 at 1:56 p.m., a Ford Explorer driven by William A. Boggess, 95, of 206 Boston Drive, was stopped on Fieldview Drive at the intersection with Big Sink Pike. Boggess's vehicle then crossed both lanes of Big Sink Pike, left the road and struck a wooden sign. Witnesses say he appeared to lose consciousness. Boggess was taken to St. Joseph Hospital. On March 1 at 9:16 a.m., a Chevrolet Cruze driven by Amanda J. Hughes, 37, of Shepherdsville, was eastbound in the left lane of I-64 when the vehicle hydroplaned, left the left side of the road, struck the median cable divider, spun again and struck a Kenworth T-600 driven by Dameon L. Jones, 37, of Georgetown. Hughes was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Police say her vehicle was not under proper control. On March 2 at 10:29 p.m., a Jeep Liberty driven by Kyra J. Donahue, 22, of Georgetown, was westbound on the U.S. 60 Bypass just past Yellow Jacket Drive when she lost control of the Jeep, which crossed the median and struck a rock embankment. The vehicle came to rest upside-down in the emergency lane. A police officer saw a passenger and a large pit bull exiting the vehicle. Donahue was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say her vehicle was not under proper control. On March 6, police made an arrest on Pauls Mill Road for possession of methamphetamine. On March 1, police issued a citation/summons on Chestnut Lane for tampering with physical evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Feb. 27, a Lexington Road bank reported receiving forged checks. On Feb. 26, $294 worth of beer and toilet paper was reported shoplifted at Kroger. On Feb. 24, flagrant non-support was reported at a Clifton Road home. On March 3, a Gator trailer worth $2,000 was reported stolen from the Woodford County Park. On March 2, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Clifton Road. On March 4, a chainsaw worth $259 was reported stolen from a Lexington Road convenience store. On March 4, water was reported stolen from a home on Ridge View Road. On March 5, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident that caused $500 in damage to a Ford Expedition in the Kroger parking lot. On March 4, two guns and other items worth a total of $1,400 were reported stolen from a farm on Leestown Pike. On March 4, farm equipment worth $150 was reported stolen from a field on Troy Pike. On March 24, harassment was reported in a High Street garage. On March 27, $8,000 in cash was reported stolen from a vehicle outside a Pinckard Pike home. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 21 EMS assists and installed three child safety seats during the past week. A branch fell across a utility pole on Park Street March 1. A gasoline spill was cleaned on Spring Run Road March 2. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the U.S. 60 Bypass March 2 and March 6. No cause was found for an electrical odor reported at a McDonald Drive residence March 4. County Firefighters performed two EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the Blue Grass Parkway and on I-64 March 1, on Lexington Road and the parkway March 4, and on I-64 March 5. An alarm malfunctioned on Ducker Road March 1. A transformer malfunctioned on Scotts Way on March 1. A tractor-trailer fire was extinguished in I-64 on March 1. An alarm malfunctioned on Lexington Road on March 3. A grass fire was extinguished on the parkway March 5. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding a stray neutered male white and tan Great Pyrenees and hound mix. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage - Justin Wade Angel and Chesney Caroline Angel. Brooke L. Critchley vs. Thomas J. Dysarz for transfer of venue in case involving custody of a minor child. DEEDS Henry M. West to Mary R. Regan and Vickie Duff, 114 Bowmar Street, $121,550. Robert Boston, as executor of the Sandra L. Boston estate, to Garrett M. Bunch and Tonya S. Cocanougher, 161 Hanover Court, $140,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Wilmington Savings Fund Society, as trustee, 234 Boston Drive, $63,334. Tim Stec, as acting United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky, to Harpe Properties, LLC, (Danny Harpe, member), 381 Dunroven Drive, $77,000.

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