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May 18th - Public Records

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of May 8 Traffic No operator's license in possession - Preston T. Bowers, $193; Jeremy David Varney, $218. Speeding - Lisa Ann Chapman, combined with no/expired registration plates, $193; Randall Harrison, $195; Mark Haven Hudson, $173; Justin C. Ingguls, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $398; Joseph E. Jackson Jr., $143 plus state traffic school. DUI - Mackinzie Knauss, $893 plus 37 days, serve seven with credit and balance probated for two years; Sommer Melton, combined with no/expired registration plates and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $953; Alan Thomas Peach, $743; Joshua McCane, $718. Failure to wear seatbelt - Hunter Gerard Lloyd, $25; Aaron M. Slatten, $25; Paul E. Stapp, $25. Disregarding stop sign - Jerry L. Sholar, $168. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Esther M. Lamb, combined with no/expired registration plates, DUI, and operating on suspended/revoked license, $1,618. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Krystin Leann Brothers, 156 Dan Drive, $260.50; Eric Lee Williams, Crestwood, combined with speeding, $420.50; Brandon Hood, address unavailable, five days with credit. Motor vehicle/new RV dealer license required - Jack L. Shepherd, 135 Scotts Ferry Road, $660.50. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Robert Lewis Walls, Lexington, combined with no operator's license in possession, $285.50. Possession of controlled substance, 2nd degree (drug unspecified) - Kevin M. Hill, 334 Hill Crest Drive, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance and DUI, $935.50 plus two days with credit. Criminal possession of forged instrument, 3rd degree - Nikolaus Venn, address unavailable, $410.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to nine non-injury wrecks, four domestic-related complaints, made three arrests and issued three citations/summonses. On May 8, police issued a citation/summons at the Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center parking lot for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. On May 8, police made an arrest on Simmons Street for violation of a Kentucky EPO. On May 12, a Beats laptop worth $400 was reported stolen from a home on Poplar Street. On May 13, identity theft was reported at a Mundys Landing Road store. On May 14, a vehicle license plate was reported stolen on Janet Street. On May 14, a Toyota Corolla was reported vandalized on Dale Avenue. On May 14, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on South Main Street. On May 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the Kroger parking lot. On May 14, police made an arrest on Douglas Avenue for possession of methamphetamine and failure to or improper signal. On May 14, police issued a citation in the Dairy Queen parking lot for possession of drug paraphernalia. On May 11, the door to an old mill building on Pauls Mill Road was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $200. On May 15, copper downspouts were reported stolen from a church on Green Street. On May 15, harassment was reported in a restaurant on Kroger Way. On May 2, $2,800 worth of fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at a home on Martin Street in Midway. On May 10, a gas can and five gallons of gas worth $40 were reported stolen from the Marathon station on Lexington Street. On May 10, a wallet worth $20 was reported stolen from a home on Amsden Avenue. On May 11, an Irish passport was reported stolen from a home on Beech Street. On May 8, household goods worth $400 were reported stolen from a home on Fords Mill Road. On May 7, a trailer license plate was reported stolen from a home on Oxford Road. On May 4, $341 worth of liquor was reported stolen from the Blue Whiskey liquor store. On May 5, a chain and rings worth an undetermined amount were reported stolen from a home on Quail Run Road. On May 6, a television worth $400 was reported stolen from a home on South Gratz Street in Midway. On May 6, $3,500 in damage was reported to 100 feet of fencing and soil in a Clifton Road field. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 23 EMS assists and installed one child safety seat during the past week. An alarm was activated at Woodford County Middle School May 11. An alarm was activated at McKinney Painting on Industry Drive May 11. County Firefighters performed one EMS assist during the past week. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike May 11. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Frankfort Road and on the Blue Grass Parkway May 12. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage - Lance B. Kincaid and Judy L. Kincaid. Heritage Acceptance Corporation vs. Sean Wells for $7,514.06 claimed due on a debt. Community Trust Bank vs. Holly Moore, et al., for $116,582.03 plus interest, late charges, legal fees and costs claimed due on a debt. Deanna Campbell vs. Teresa Momon, et al., for an unspecified amount claimed due as the result of an alleged dog attack on or around July 4, 2016. DEEDS Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Walter E. Schott III, 310.561 acres on Troy Pike (located across from Pinckard Pike), $2,365,410.40. Roscoe E. Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback to Heather Cochran and Jeffrey Cochran, 2050 Boonedale Lane, $105,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Donald Watkins Jr., 114 St. Clair Street, $78,000. Bruce S. Snipes and Rita D. Snipes to Snipes Family Holdings, LLC, (Bruce S. Snipes), 546 Duchess Court, quitclaim deed. Thomas A. Rankin Jr. and Cindy Rankin to Kevin Taylor Lane, 6220 McCracken Pike, $80,000. Feliciano Espinoza and Arleny Alvarez Balcazar to Alice O. Bryne, 423 Newton Street, Midway, $60,000. Gregory Dean Rawlings, as executor of the Gloria Baldwin Rawlings estate, to Morgan Crutcher Corday, 311 South Winter Street, Midway, $340,000. David Parker and Melodee Parker to Mark Kendall and Jessica M. Kendall, 1020 Cedar Ridge Lane, $290,000. Versailles Land Group, LLC, (Billy Blair, member), to Versailles Hotel Company, LLC, (Donald L. Howard Jr., managing member), 2.3758 acres at 365 Commerce Drive and an adjoining .9447-acre (detention/storm drainage) lot, located on a portion of the former Versailles Center site near the U.S. 60 Bypass, $500,000. Drury Properties, LLC, to John Prather and Cassie Prather, 1013 Rose Ridge, $259,000. Guy L. Pierce and Donna J. Pierce to Carol Watson, 453 Gleneagles Way, $211,100. McDonald Builders, LLC, (Mark McDonald, president), to Charles Withers and Rebecca Withers, 391 South Main Street, $95,000. Stephanie Lyn Werk Mobley to David Brock and Nancy Brock, 186 Juniper Drive, $234,000. Brian K. Reynolds to Merja Tamminen, 529 Debra Street, $105,000. Doreen Schwalbach and Jacob F. Schwalbach to Brandi Tennille Jones, Charles T. Jones and Linda S. Jones, 153 Elm Street, $360,000. Rick Ralston and Jenny Ralston to Nathan Richie, 214 South Hill Drive, $272,000. James A. McCarty to Seth Kling and Sharah Kling, 7058 Arbor Meadow Way, $295,000. Roscoe Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback to Stephen W. McQuerry and Rebecca L. McQuerry, 2020 Boonedale Lane, $95,000. Courtney W. Levering and Shanon Levering to Randle Meigs Averell, 241 West Higgins Street, Midway, $190,000. James R. Johnson and Penny J. Johnson to Ronald Menjivar and Rosa Menjivar, 622 Paige Court, $130,000. Kim Blackman and Sandra Blackman to Gregory C. Janzow and Kristin Bree Janzow, 753 Seth Drive, $415,000. J. Michael Moraja, Linda June Nash and Deanne Elizabeth Powers, as co-executors of the James C. Moraja estate, to Mary Ross Taylor, 3982 Shannon Run Road, quitclaim deed. Travis Sims to Kristi Sims, 405 Elm Street Heights, quitclaim deed. Carol Ann Webb and Glenn Edward Webb Jr. to Janet Hill Jewell, Thomas E. Hill and Patricia Hill Thomas, an undivided one-12th interest in 2274 Leestown Road, $15,000. Carol Ann Webb and Glenn Edward Webb Jr. to Bernard J. Finneran Jr., an undivided one-12th interest in 2274 Leestown Road, $15,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Ann Morris Cordray and Morgan Crutcher Cordray; Saprina Lee Storie and Arthur Timothy Hutchens; Madison Hope Vissing and Dalton Harrison Durr; Dana Renee Reynolds and Teddy Wayne Kiser Jr.; Jennifer L. Valeriote and Robert Michael Fry; Robert Lewis Sublett and Marilynn Ann Ruzzene; Hannah Varee McCabe and Alexander Joe Tolbert; Andrew Jay Bacon and Francis Bell Quintero; Hannah Kaye Green and John Logan Book; Madison Mae Padgett and Samuel James Rusher.

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