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Public Records - July 6th

District Court District Court was not in session Monday, June 28. A special jail docket was held that day with Judge Vanessa Dickson presiding. Traffic No/expired Kentucky registration receipt - Randria Godbolt, $218. Contempt - Matthew L. Blankenship, 30 days with credit and balance probated for two years. Misdemeanors Assault, 4th degree, police or probation office - Randria C. Godbolt, Patterson, Calif., combined with resisting arrest and attempted escape, 3rd degree, 15 days with credit. Assault, 4th degree, domestic violence (no visible injury) - Daryl Greenlee, 228 Clifton Road, $160.50 plus six days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to three injury accidents, 13 non-injury collisions, one domestic-related complaint and made one arrest. On June 22 at 4:31 p.m., a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Patrick S. Lee, 32, of Lexington, was eastbound on Old Frankfort Pike when the rear tires lost traction in a curve. The vehicle crossed the center lane, slid off the road, hit a bridge abutment, traveled down an earth embankment and came to rest partially in a creek. Lee was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say the vehicle was not under proper control and was traveling too fast for conditions. On June 22 at 7:27 p.m., a Kia Sorento driven by Laurel N. Fitts, 31, of 2010 Bennett Avenue, was eastbound on Lexington Road while a Buick Lacrosse driven by Michael Johnson, 68, was westbound. The Sorento apparently began hydroplaning, crossed into oncoming lanes at Glenhaven Drive and struck the Lacrosse. The Sorento came to rest blocking both westbound lanes while the Lacrosse was partially blocking the right westbound lane. Neither driver was taken to a hospital. Police say the slippery road was a factor in the crash. On June 26 at 7:29 a.m., a Dodge Dakota driven by Kara R. Schultz, 32, of Enterprise, Fla., was southbound on Paynes Depot Road. She told police a deer crossed the road and when she swerved to miss it, her vehicle went off the right side of the road, through a metal gate and came to rest in a field. Schultz was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say overcorrecting/oversteering was a factor in the crash. On June 22, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Fords Mill Road that caused $200 worth of damage to a left turn sign. On June 26, a X-Games BMS bike worth $300 was reported stolen in Big Spring Park. On June 28, harassment was reported at Kroger. On June 29, a table and four chairs worth a total of $499 were reported stolen from a Lexington Road store via theft by deception. On June 28, four $20 bills were reported stolen from a Midway restaurant on Main Street. On June 29, police made an arrest in the parking lot of a Lexington Road gas station for probation violation, operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance. On June 28, a Case 580 Super L worth $29,800 was reported stolen from a field off Paynes Mill Road. On June 28, $500 worth of lottery tickets were reported stolen from a store on Yellow Jacket Drive. On June 27, a Toyota Tacoma on Lexington Road was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $499. On June 26, a credit/debit card was reported stolen from a home on Nottingham Drive. On June 25, a camera, laptop and other items worth a total of $1,350 were reported stolen from a home on Princess Circle. On June 27, harassing communications were reported on Lexington Road. On June 24, police began investigating a case involving leaving the scene of an accident, failure of the owner to maintain required insurance and operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license. On June 21, items worth an unknown amount were reported stolen from a store on Lexington Street. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 22 EMS assists and installed one child safety seat during the past week. A smoke odor was investigated on Rose Ridge Road June 28. A natural gas odor was investigated on Douglas Avenue June 30. A water heater shorted out at a Ryne Creek residence July 2. A dumpster fire was extinguished on Crossfield Drive July 3. County County fire reports were unavailable this week. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray cats: a male short-haired gray tabby and a large male short-haired dark tabby. Animal Control holds stray pets for five days. A list of impounded animals may be found on the front door of the animal control building at 210 Beasley Road. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage - Becky Riddle and Timothy Riddle. Ellen K. Vance vs. Michael Ray Price for $128,024.59 plus attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt. Frank Dickey vs. Whitney Hendry for unspecified damages plus costs, interest and attorney fees relating to December 2016 auto accident. Nuckols Farm, Inc., vs. Michael Martinez for $17,994.50 and sale of a 2016 filly plus costs, expenses and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Elizabeth Yanarella vs. Jamie L. Flickinger for an unspecified amount plus costs relating to June 2015 auto accident. James Adams vs. Marlene Collins for price of truck plus fees for alleged deceitful transaction. DEEDS Melba June Evitts to John Clayton Peck and Meaghan Omeria Peck, 536 Adena Trace, $329,000. Louise Wright, Paul C. Wright Jr., Richard Lee Wright, Laura Wright, Donald Wayne Wright, Peggy Ann Slugantz, Dan Stephen Slugantz, Edwin Jay Smith and Stephen Curtis Smith to Impact Construction, LLC, (Mike Thomas and Joe Gay, managers), 616 Oxford Road, $31,000. Annie Muckelroy to Edward F. Mize and Carolyn P. Mize, 100 Kneeland Court, $258,000. Douglas B. House to Erin E. House, 108 Old Towne Walk, Midway, quitclaim deed. Shannon Richardson and John R. Richardson to Matthew Devon White and David L. Tipton, 130 Chestnut Lane, $80,000. Jonathan L. Smith and Aimee L. Smith to Tony M. Whaley and Kimberli K. Fister, 116 Old Towne Walk, Midway, $151,000. Donna Rhea Bobbitt to Dalton O. Evans and Connie Y. Evans, 141 Maiden Lane, $120,000. Roscoe E. Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback to Leonid Grinevich and Yevgeniya Grinevich, 2033 Boonedale Lane, $96,000. Jerry D. Bacon and Kristin L. Bacon to Alla Voloschuk, 2049 Boonedale Lane, $140,000. Lena H. Wade, as trustee of the Lena H. Wade revocable trust, to Beau R. Neal and Caitlin Neal, 4850 Delaney Ferry Road, $185,000. Margaret Dunleavy to Joseph M. Schmitt, 238 West Bruen Street, Midway, $206,000. Carol Dean Hodges, as trustee of the Carol D. Hodges trust, to Ted M. Carr and Anne-Sophie G. Carr, 1430 Shoreacres Road, $165,000. William L. Busby and Linda Wood-Busby to William L. Busby and Linda Wood-Busby, as co-trustees of the William L. Busby and Linda Wood-Busby family revocable trust, 141 Stout Avenue, other consideration. John F. Brandon and Kathryn D. Brandon to Maryellen B. Mynear, 213 Dove Park, $198,400. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Secretary for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, 325 Douglas Avenue, $67,680. Theresa S. Pease to Alan Hisle and Megan Hisle, 118 Ravenwood Drive, $216,000. Candace Berry Stepp to Candace E. Stepp and Debra E. Stepp, as co-trustees of the Candace E. Stepp living trust, 236 Douglas Avenue and 275 High Street, other consideration. Volunteer Operations, LLC, (John Clark Sanders, member), to John Clark, 280 Bryanwood Drive, $115,000.

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