Public Records - June 1st
District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of May 22 Traffic Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Michelle D. Allen, $393; Shanae Brown, combined with speeding and failure to wear seatbelt, $268; Walton D. Dean, combined with display of illegal/altered registration, operating on suspended/revoked operator's license and DUI, $1,243. No operator's license in possession - Stephen L. Arnett, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $293; David J. Ascencio-Diaz, $218; Saul Paguada-Ozman, $243. Failure to wear seatbelt - Megan E. Bailey, $25; Phillip A. Menk, $25. DUI - Joseph Brown, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $843; Lyttle Joe Farler, $843; Julio Cesar Herrera, $843; Brett M. Rebalsky, $893; Jared Conn, $868 plus 44 days, serve 14 with two years probated. Speeding - Raymond Cecil Canafax, $163; Caroline E. Edwards, combined with improper display of registration plate, no operator's/moped license, failure to comply with helmet law and unapproved/no eye protective device (motorcycle), $368; Jamie Denise Gates, $253; Cary D. Griffing, state traffic school; Makayla J. Morrow, $223; Avnee K. Patel, $243; Kyle Wayne Perkins, $198; Larry Darrell Reese, combined with non-owner to maintain required insurance, $263. Disregarding traffic light - Isaiah D. Durham, state traffic school. Careless driving - Mark Haven Hudson, state traffic school. Driving on DUI-suspended license - Russell A. Maxberry Jr., combined with leaving the scene of an accident, $493. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Ricky B. Smothers, $343; Lucas Wilson, two days with credit. Driving on DUI-suspended license - James E. Wallace, combined with leaving the scene of an accident, $468. Misdemeanors Disorderly conduct, 2nd degree - Ricky L. Howe, Frankfort, $210.50; Gerald M. Procino Jr., 211 Shady Lane, $210.50. Wanton endangerment, 2nd degree - Danilo De Almeida Alves, Louisville, combined with speeding, no operator's/moped license and failure to use child restraint device in vehicle, $525.50. Theft by deception, includes cold checks - Courtney C. Carmack, 125 Bell Avenue, $664.01; Terri M. Watkins, 142 Simmons Street, three counts, $888.36. Unlawful transaction with a minor, 3rd degree - Chase Conder, 206 Carriage Lane, Midway, combined with theft by deception, contents from vehicle, $160.50 plus 30 days probated for two years. Possession of marijuana - Dmynik Tyrese Johnson, Lexington, $160.50. Harassment, no physical contact - Jeremy F. Larson, 125 Bell Avenue, $185.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Fleeing or evading police - Andrew A. Lay, address unavailable, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $210.50. A special jail docket was held May 24 with Judge Vanessa Dickson presiding. Misdemeanor Possession of synthetic drugs - Kelley Nicole Lynch, combined with DUI, $718 plus one day with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one injury accident, two non-injury wrecks and made two arrests. On May 23 at 7 p.m., a Chevrolet C/K 300 driven by Mickey Robinson, 56, was eastbound on Griers Creek Road when it struck a westbound Jeep Cherokee driven by Skyler Alsabrook, 23, of Lawrenceburg. Alsabrook told police he was going around a curve, saw Robinson's vehicle and tried to hit the brakes, but was unable to stop. Robinson told police Alsabrook's vehicle was traveling around the curve at a high rate of speed and that he tried to hit his brakes. Police say inattention on the part of Alsabrook played a role in the crash. EMS personnel examined both drivers, but neither was taken to a hospital. On May 23, copper gutters and downspouts worth a total of $5,000 were reported stolen from a church on Main Street. On May 24, a bracelet and two diamond necklaces worth a total of $9,000 were reported stolen on Huntertown Road. On May 24, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported on Frankfort Road. On May 18, a ladder and boat worth a total of $500 were reported stolen from a field off Scotts Ferry Road. On May 17, a Dell laptop with case and cover worth $450 was reported stolen from a home on Broadway Street. On May 18, $200 was reported stolen via the Internet on West Higgins Street in Midway. On May 11, $91 in cash was reported stolen from a store on Woodlake Road in Midway. On May 21, a Ford Escape on Roberts Road was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $100, and a purse and other items worth a total of $480 were stolen. On May 21, a metal table and chairs worth a total of $150 were reported stolen from a home on Powhatan Trail. On May 21, a purse and sunglasses worth a total of $500 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Bluegrass Road. On May 19, a purse and pocket book worth a total of $300 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Altamont Court. On May 21, a vandalized tire was reported on the U.S. 60 Bypass, with damage estimated at $100. On May 21, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on High Street. On May 21, a wooden bench worth $200 was reported stolen from a home on Pocahantas Trail. On May 20, a golf cart worth $600 was reported stolen at Midway University. On May 22, a Toshiba laptop worth $700 was reported stolen on the Avenue of the Champions. On May 23, police made an arrest on the U.S. 60 Bypass for careless driving, DUI and possession of synthetic drugs. On May 20, police made an arrest on Foraker Road for violation of a Kentucky EPO. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 17 EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the U.S. 60 Bypass May 23 and on Lexington Street May 26. Firefighters investigated an electrical wiring problem on Frankfort Street May 25. County Firefighters performed one EMS assist during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Griers Creek Road May 23, two accidents on the Blue Grass Parkway May 24, on McCracken Pike May 26, and on Shannon Run Road May 27. A carbon monoxide detector malfunctioned on Doncaster Drive May 25. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Alissa Nicole Cress and Stephen Bruce Cress; Kelsey Kay Honaker and Tederick Duwayne Wilson-Honaker; Karianne Gabbard Rivera and Joselin Guadalupe Rivera; Liliana Gomez De Coss and Kyle Delanie Johnson; Frances Bernice Hudson-Jackson and Sylvester Jackson; Heather Cummins and William C. Cummins; Jamie Ellis White and Amelia M. White. Gateway Financial Solutions vs. Lamichelle Haddix for $10,349.46 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Adam Probst and Tracy C. Probst to Robyn H. Kelafant, 1730 Lillards Ferry Road, $363,750. Robert M. Boggess, as trustee of the Donald S. Boggess living trust, to Larry Young and Phyllis Lee Huff, 181 Cleveland Avenue, $40,000. MARRIAGE LICENSES Lucy Truett Gardner and Eugene Mason Slusher; Chelsey Lynn Hintze and Kory Dane Humphrey. Correction Last week, The Sun incorrectly reported that Helen Rowe had been charged with several misdemeanors when she actually signed the surety bond for the person accused of those crimes, Ramon M. Reyna. We regret the error.