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Public Records - March 16

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of March 6 Traffic No/expired registration plates - Pamela M. Adams, combined with operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $868; Doniella Ann Fields, combined with speeding, $163 plus state traffic school; Mylasia Thorton, combined with speeding and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $723. Failure to wear seatbelt - Robert W. Bradshaw Jr., $25; Guadalupe Campos, combined with no operator's/moped license and DUI, $893 plus 37 days, serve seven with one day's credit; Deion T. Gause, combined with speeding, $268. Speeding - Zadok M. Ekanjume, $143 plus state traffic school; William K. Turner, $143 plus state traffic school; Daniel R. Dewsnap, $20. Disregarding traffic light - William E. Lacefield, $168. No operator's/moped license - Carmen Mejia, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $743. DUI - Shawn E. Myers, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $768; Esther M. Lamb, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $1,093. Disregarding stop sign - Sudhir P. Patel, $143 plus state traffic school. Misdemeanors Controlled substance prescription not in original container - Angela M. Brown, 304 Laval Heights, combined with leaving scene of an accident, operating on suspended/revoked operator's license and DUI, $643. Public intoxication, controlled substance - Angela M. Brown, 304 Laval Heights, combined with 3rd degree possession of controlled substance, $160.50 plus two days with credit. Theft by unlawful taking - Cecil E. Voils, 115 Bell Avenue, $160.50. Possession of marijuana - Jordan Alexander Garner, Lexington, $260.50. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Jackson Neil Paris, 157 Jones Landing, combined with receiving stolen property, $310.50. Local county ordinance - David Houge, 1045 Mundys Landing Road, $1,630.10 in restitution. Second-degree possession of controlled substance - Gregory S. O'Neal, 236 Blackhawk Circle, $235.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two injury accidents, 10 non-injury collisions, one domestic-related complaint and made one arrest. On March 6 at 3:03 p.m., a Scion FR-S driven by Abdallah A. Shalash, 30, of Lexington, and a Toyota Camry driven by Hunter L. Deaton, 19, of Lexington, were westbound on the U.S. 60 Bypass. Deaton told police the traffic light at Crossfield Drive was green, but traffic was stopped. He said he swerved right to avoid striking a vehicle in front of him. Shalash swerved, too, and his vehicle struck Deaton's in the rear. Deaton was taken to Baptist Hospital. Police say inattention and not being under proper control on the part of Shalash were factors in the crash. On March 10 at 3:20 a.m., a Toyota Avalon driven by Cole V. Walls, 20, of Louisville, was eastbound on I-64 when Walls swerved to avoid a deer and lost control. The Avalon slid sideways down an embankment and struck a tree on the left side of the road. Walls was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say not being under proper control and an animal's actions were factors in the crash. On March 11, a report was made of receiving stolen property at a Huntertown Road home. On March 10, a missing persons report was filed at a Clifton Road home. On March 12, a chainsaw, weed-trimmer and other tools worth a total of $1,385 were reported stolen from a home on Kidds Mill Road. On March 8, a missing persons report was filed at a South Main Street home. On March 8, $100 was reported stolen from a Pepsi machine outside Save-A-Lot. On March 7, a counterfeit $100 bill was reported received at Circle K. On March 6, a power washer, chainsaw and other tools worth a total of $1,800 were reported stolen from a farm on Old Frankfort Pike. On March 4, a teal purse and its contents were reported stolen from a store on Marsailles Road. On March 6, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the Kroger parking lot that caused $500 in damage to a Toyota Camry. On March 2, heroin and drug paraphernalia were reported found in a home on Wilson Avenue. On March 6, harassing communications were reported in a home on Angell Haven Court. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 32 EMS assists and installed one smoke detector during the past week. Firefighters assisted with lockouts on Mildred Street March 7 and Wilson Avenue March 11. A propane gas leak was investigated on Marcella Drive March 8. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Lexington Road at the U.S. 60 Bypass March 10. County A plastic doghouse caught fire on Patterson Lane March 9. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on I-64 March 10 and Lexington Road at the Blue Grass Parkway March 12. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Lori A. Hudson and Robert H. Hudson; Jacob Scott Barker and Rachel Elizabeth Barker; Catherine Elizabeth Mendey and Andrew John Mendey; Nicole Ishmael and Edward Kayne Ishmael. Ocean 18, LLC, vs. William P. Xavier III, et al., for $15,522.19 plus interest, court costs, advances and other charges claimed due on a debt. MTAG as C/F MGD-KY, LLC vs. Dale McKnight, et al., for $9,898 plus administrative fees, costs and interest claimed due on a debt. Frank Patton vs. Amber Coe, et al., for an unspecified amount plus costs and interest relating to a March 1, 2016, auto accident. Kentucky Housing Corporation vs. Matthew D. Jones, et al., for total of $191,636.49 plus interest, late charges and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. New York Community Bank vs. Henry Murphy, et al., for $199,062.52 plus interest and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Bates Capital, LLC, vs. Rebecca Maker Racing, LLC, et al., for a judgment for rental property damage, interest and costs. Dakota Newsome vs. Kayla Charles for custody of minor child. Miranda Lynn Crow vs. Jeremy David Varney for custody of and support for minor child. Angelica Saucedo vs. Bonerje Alexander Reyes for custody of minor child. DEEDS Carol Watson to Richard C. Rutledge and Stacy J. Rutledge, 222 South Hill Road, $245,000. Tia M. Edwards to James Michael Needham, land parcel on McCracken Pike, $2,000, quitclaim deed. David W. Humes and Judith C. Humes to Marie De La Luz De Coss Mendez, 2055 Williams Lane, $65,000. William B. Frye and Jane S. Frye to Clark Frye and Blane Frye, 845 Mildred Street, $1 and other consideration. Centrust Capital Homes, LLC, to William Vernon Azevedo and Beth Bowman Azevedo, 150 Rumsey Circle, $362,917. Wright Family Dynasty Trust (Christine Jo Wright Price, trustee) to Clinton Ramey, 206 Doncaster Road, $164,900. Harriet L. Allen to Christopher Lynn Sharp and Jennifer Shepherd Sharp, 532 Adena Trace, $40,000. Philip R. Moore, as executor of the Joyce W. Moore estate, to Chris A. Williams and Lisa D. Williams, 136 Gaybourne Way, $230,000. Andrew J. Leach and Rebecca J. Leach to Eli M. Griggs and Julia R. Griggs, 1001 Scotts Way, $350,000. Ilze A. Sillers to Karl G. Sillers, 3555 Paynes Mill Road, other consideration. EQP 2011, LLC ,to Hutton Exchange Versailles KY, LLC, 235 Equestrian Park, $405,000. NARO Properties, LLC, (Kenneth C. Rock, member), to Creative Homebuilders, LLC, (Joseph Davenport, member), 2052 Elmwood Drive, $42,000. Chipperfield, LLC, (Vanessa Seitz, member), to JTS Investment Properties, LLC, (Joseph T. Seitz, member), 146 Emerson Drive, $95,000. Nolan F. Luckett and Mary C. Luckett to Tony Lee Hardin and Denise Hardin, 7.036 acres on Troy Pike, $92,500. Phyllis I. Reilly to Diamond Cut & Core, Inc., (Adnan Trgo, president), 99 Briarwood Drive, $158,000. Robert Smith Jr. and Heather Smith to Shannon Brown, 609 Pocahontas Trail, $103,500. MARRIAGE LICENSES Michael Dwayne McIntosh and Kristen Louise Walters; Danielle Marie Austin and Dermot Andrew Littlefield; John William Young and Susan Kathleen Young; Eva Priggie Robinson and Jamison Allen Smith; Lauren Michele Payne and Kevin Stuart Mills; Terri Lynn Hinkle and Brian Keith Miles; Tiffany Krista Jones and Neal Andrew Scott.

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