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Public Records - July 20th

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of July 10 Traffic Failure to wear seatbelt - Lori E. Allen, $25; Chelsey L. Ward, combined with speeding, $188. Speeding - Brittany L. Ashby, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $423; Walter J. Bado, $173; Layne E. Brown, $20; Christopher S. Cochran, $143 plus state traffic school; Jacob E. Cook, state traffic school; Ricardo None Gutierrez, $163; Whitney N. Hanlon, combined with failure to produce insurance card, $673; Katelyn Marie Hawkins, combined with no operator's license in possession, $223; Stuart Alexander Menk, $198; Jon Jacob Meyers, $253; Jasminkumar Patel, $303; Jamie D. Robertson, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $753; Jose Luis Vera Ruelas, $143 plus state traffic school; Sydney Elissa Smith, $173; Shave M. George, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $373. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Tya N. Baker, $343. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Kayla D. Davis, $243. DUI - William M. Evans, $743 plus six days' home incarceration or four days with one day's credit; Jason Lee Kennedy, $743 plus four days with two days' credit; Felipe Romo, combined with no operator's/moped license, $868 plus 44 days, serve 14 with credit with balance probated for two years; Brian E. Brown, $893 plus 37 days, serve seven with two days' credit or 10 days' home incarceration; Fernando O. Ramirez, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, no/expired registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $1,303 plus eight days with credit. Instructional permit violations - Gustavo Garcia Arana, $243. No/expired registration plates - Cynthia Kaye Hargis Brakfield, $163; Collin William Hunter, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668; Thomas E. Woolums, $163. No operator's license in possession - Jami L. Stevens, $215; no operator's/license in possession, $193. No operator's/moped license - Rafael Trujillo, $243. Misdemeanors Resisting arrest - Adam G. Milliner, address unavailable, combined with DUI and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a moving vehicle, $778 plus two days with credit. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Matthew L. Adams, Pekin, Ind., $210.50. Possession of marijuana - Robin Bain, 524 Poplar Street, $310.50; Charles M.L. Hansel, 523 Clifton Road, $310.50; Amy Lee Sams, 132 N. Locust Street, $260.50; Anthony R. Sharp, 234 Lynwood Drive, $310.50; Katelyn R. Watkins, 794 Nancy Street, $310.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Tammy A. Espinoza, Winchester, $200.50; Molly T. Houston, Frankfort, $200.50. Prescription drug not in proper container - David D. Miller, Lexington, combined with no/expired registration plates, operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $460.50 plus one day with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one injury accident, 17 non-injury collisions, issued one citation and made four arrests. On July 8 at 10:27 p.m., a Kia Sedona driven by Suzi M. Laughlin, 71, of Berea, was eastbound on Lexington Road waiting to turn left onto Pisgah Pike. A Chevy Silverado driven by Bruce W. Hefley, 61, of Lebanon Junction, was westbound in the right lane on Lexington Road approaching Pisgah Pike. A Nissan Altima driven by Courtney S. Thompson, 26, of Glasgow, was in the left westbound lane on Lexington Road approaching the intersection of Pisgah Pike. A Chevrolet Traverse driven by Joni L. Miller, 31, of Liberty, was stopped at the red light at Pisgah Pike waiting to turn right onto Lexington Road. Laughlin turned left into the path of Hefley and Thompson and her vehicle was struck by Hefley's and Thompson's. Hefley's vehicle then side-swiped Miller's before going off the road and down an earth embankment. Laughlin was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say her failure to yield caused the wreck. On July 15, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident at a Tyrone Pike convenience store that caused $1,500 in damage to a Dodge Ram. The person who caused the crash could also be charged with failure to render aid or assistance with a death or serious physical injury. On July 15, a KY EPO was reported violated at a home on Foraker Road home and a purse and smart phone worth a total of $170 were reported stolen. On July 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Pinckard Pike. On July 13, wanton endangerment and criminal mischief involving a $1,000 window were reported at a Tyrone Pike home. On July 7, flagrant non-support was reported at a home on Dunroven Road. On July 8, fuel cells worth $108.83 were reported stolen from a home on Lexington Road. On July 11, a metal trailer with gate worth $1,100 was reported stolen from a home on Hill Road. On July 11, $285 in cash was reported stolen from a vehicle on Curry Court. On July 10, bank checks were reported stolen from a mailbox on Macey Avenue. On July 10, police issued a citation on Lexington Road involving possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding. On July 11, police made an arrest on Lexington Road involving possession of methamphetamine, public intoxication (controlled substance) and possession of drug paraphernalia. On July 10, a Coors 30-pack worth $19.99 was reported stolen from a store on South Main Street. On July 9, Corona beer worth $41.32 was reported stolen from a store on Lexington Road. On July 11, police made an arrest on Troy Pike involving fleeing or evading police, leaving the scene of an accident and DUI. On July 11, police made an arrest on Berry Avenue involving trafficking in a controlled substance, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of methamphetamine. On July 11, police made an arrest on Simmons Street for violating a Kentucky EPO. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 26 EMS assists and installed two child safety seats during the past week. Firefighters assisted with a vehicle lockout on Kroger Way July 11. Firefighters assisted in the search for a lost person in the McDonald Drive area July 12. The person was eventually found. An alarm malfunctioned on Mack Street July 12. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the U.S. 60 Bypass July 12 and on Fielding Drive July 14. An electrical short was investigated on Berry Avenue July 12. Firefighters assisted with a lockout on Arbor Place Drive July 12. An alarm system malfunctioned on Mack Street July 13. Natural gas odors were investigated on Rose Hill Avenue July 13 and on Clifton Road July 14. A trash fire was extinguished on Macey Avenue July 14. Firefighters assisted with a lockout on High Street July 15. A sprinkler system alarm malfunctioned on Crossfield Drive July 15. An alarm was unintentionally activated on Crossfield Drive July 16. County Firefighters performed one EMS assist during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on I-64 July 12, on Pinckard Pike July 13, on Lexington Road July 14, on Elliston Lane July 17, and on I-64 July 18. Firefighters assisted in the search for a lost person in the McDonald Drive area July 12. The person was eventually found. An alarm malfunctioned on McCracken Pike July 17. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Becky Riddle and Timothy Riddle; Katrina Annleen Piatt-Flora and Kevin Bruce Flora. Fifth Third Bank vs. John A. Washington, et al., for $93,644.50 plus interest, late fees, costs, attorney fees and other advances claimed due on a debt. Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC, vs. Jerry Gaines for $115,986.24 plus interest, late fees, costs, attorney fees and other advances claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Wells Fargo Bank to Secretary of Veterans Affairs, 209 Aberdeen Road, no monetary consideration. Kathryn Guyette Gosnell and Darrell W. Gosnell to Keith Ray Slugantz and Joshua Aaron Slugantz, 232 Colchester Drive, $132,500. Debra Kay Gaines and Steve Gaines to Joni Edester, an undivided one-third interest in 213 Setti Place, other consideration. Larry Hal Hershenson and Mildred Hershenson to Joni Edester, an undivided one-third interest in 213 Setti Place, $50,666. Kentuckiana Real Estate Holdings, LLC, to Jerry Dean Ball and Shilon Lee Sechrest, 233 Rose Hill Avenue, $365,000.

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