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Public Records - March 23rd

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of March 13 Traffic Speeding - Max William Andreoni, $173; Pamela R. Carpenter, $143 plus state traffic school; Cornel None Carter, state traffic school; David Contreras, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, $381 plus two days with one day credit or two days' home incarceration; Daija Monique None Johnson, $143; Lindsay Elizabeth Mathes, $143 plus state traffic school; Haley Mackenzie Nesselrode, $143 plus state traffic school; Amela Stjepic, $173; Lakin Paige Walters, $243; Joseph A. West, $163. No insurance - Tammy L. Catlett, $100. Careless driving - Andrea Monique Darnell, combined with booster seat violations, $243; Harold Robinson Jr., combined with improper passing, $168 plus state traffic school. No operator's license in possession - Christopher L. Fitzgerald, $218. No/expired registration plates - Emily Carol Houge, $143. DUI - William Lowery, combined with possession of open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle, $778; Russell Maxberry, combined with no operator's/moped license, $743; Robert G. Todd, $743 plus four days with one day credit or six days' home incarceration. No insurance - Kenneth D. McDaniel, $243. Failure to wear seatbelt - Michael D. McIntosh, $25. Disregarding traffic light - Timothy Ethan Thompson, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $218. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Thomas E. Tietz, Frankfort, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, DUI, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia, $928; Hamilton Anglin, 148 Molly Street, $310.50; Bobby Wayne Cambron, Louisville, combined with criminal possession of controlled substance, $210.50 plus 15 days with credit. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Robert Allen Bush, 240 N. Main Street, $200.50; Bethany M. Duncan, 310 2nd Street, Midway, $200.50. Public intoxication, controlled substance - Josh McIntosh, Frankfort, $210.50. 3rd degree criminal abuse - Alicia D. Pickerill, 6640 Midway Road, combined with failure to use child restraint device in a motor vehicle, $240.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two injury accidents, 11 non-injury collisions, one domestic-related complaint, issued three summonses/citations and made seven arrests. On March 10 at 10:02 a.m., a Dodge Nitro driven by Harold W. Jasper, 51, of Russell Springs, was on Lexington Road at the U.S. 60 Bypass intersection behind another vehicle waiting to make a left turn onto the bypass. The light changed and Jasper didn't have the right of way to turn, but tried to follow the vehicle in front of him and didn't yield to a Cadillac Escalade driven by Leland B. Hollis, 54, of Lexington. Jasper's vehicle struck Hollis's, which was traveling west on Lexington Road through the intersection. Police say Jasper disregarded a traffic control device, failed to yield and his vehicle was not under proper control. Woodford County EMS responded, but neither driver was taken to a hospital. On March 12 at 6:51 a.m., a Chevrolet Silverado driven by Jeremy S. Wells, 26, of 1033 Edgar Lane, was exiting the Blue Grass Parkway onto Lexington Road while a Honda Odyssey driven by Chioma M. Nkenke, 42, of Frankfort, was eastbound on Lexington Road. Wells failed to yield and his vehicle struck the right side of Nkenke's vehicle, which spun 180 degrees and left the right side of the road. Nkenke was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say failure to yield and inattention on the part of Wells caused the wreck. On March 15, a Chevrolet Silverado was reported vandalized at a McKinney Avenue construction site, with damage estimated at $500. On March 16, a child's bike worth $75 was reported stolen from a home on Linden Circle. On March 14, a pair of Michael Jordan basketball shoes worth $150 was reported stolen from a home on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. On March 14, a Wii U video game system and 10 games worth a total of $1,200 were reported stolen from a home on Fords Mill Road. On March 14, a $50 counterfeit bill was reported at a Lexington Road restaurant. On March 15, witness tampering was reported on South Main Street. On March 15, a cold check worth $525 was reported on Woodson Drive. On March 18, a cedar bench worth $80 was reported stolen from a home on Old Clifton Road. On March 19, terroristic threatening was reported at a Frankfort Street restaurant. On March 18, a Stihl chainsaw worth $550 was reported stolen from a home on Will Parkway. On March 16, police made an arrest on Altamont Court for disorderly conduct, alcohol intoxication in a public place and resisting arrest. On March 15, police made an arrest on Macey Avenue of a person considered a danger to self or others. On March 13, a door glass worth $300 was reported vandalized at a Big Sink Road home. On March 8, antique furniture worth $1,270 was reported stolen from a Bayberry Road home. On March 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road. On March 9, police issued a citation/summons on Merewood Drive for possession of Lortab and Clonazepam and disregarding a traffic light. On March 11, a Toshiba laptop and Sony television worth $450 were reported stolen from a home on Elm Street. On March 11, police made an arrest at the Woodford County Detention Center for identity theft and forgery. On March 12, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for giving an officer a false name or address, fleeing or evading police and possession of methamphetamine. On March 13, a Honda generator, Stihl chainsaw and other items worth a total of $1,600 were reported stolen from a farm on Pisgah Pike. On March 13, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated in the Kroger parking lot. On March 14, four cans of malt liquor worth a total of $7 were reported stolen from a gas station on Lexington Street. On March 12, police made an arrest on Lexington Road involving failure to/improper signal, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 14, police made an arrest on Main Street for DUI, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Fire Reports City City fire reports were not available this week. County Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 March 15. Firefighters assisted with a residential lockout on Gleneagles Way March 17. Refrigerant escaping from an air conditioning unit is suspected as the cause of an alarm activated at a McFall Lane residence March 19. An electrical odor was investigated on Juniper Drive March 19. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Amanda Nicole Wynn and Lorenza Taylor Wynn; Rebecca Fowler Angel and Jason Scott Angel; Michelle Radtke and Robert Radtke. The Bank of New York Mellon FKA The Bank vs. Teresa Martin for $15,966.53 plus interest, late fees, costs, attorney fees and advances claimed due on a debt. Brian Dingee vs. Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc., et al., for an unspecified amount plus interest and costs claimed due as the result of a January 2015 motor vehicle accident. DEEDS Haas Farms, LLC, (David Gerard Haas, member), to James L. Perkins, 213 acres at 4733 Pinckard Pike, $1,250,000. Timothy N. Faux to Barbara J. Bentley, 279 Montgomery Avenue, $112,500. Ernest A. Renner and Patricia E. Renner to the Renner family revocable trust (Ernest A. Renner and Patricia E. Renner, trustees), 2048 Rose Bay Road, other consideration. Steven Kent Coleman to Laura Lee Coleman, 804 Lakeview Drive, quitclaim deed. Steven Kent Coleman to Laura Lee Coleman, 821 Lakeview Drive, quitclaim deed. Steven Kent Coleman to Laura Lee Coleman, 35 Westwood Court, quitclaim deed. MARRIAGE LICENSES Rebekkah Rachel Stephens and James Brandon Stone.

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