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Public Records - July 27th

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of July 17 Traffic Speeding - Jacqueline N. Allen, combined with no operator's license in possession, $248; Mark Thomas Blair, $253; Leigh S. Bradshaw, state traffic school; Lance A. Jones, $243; Henry T. Manning, $183; Brandon L. Wilson, $163. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Christopher M. Blaurick, $243; Carla Prather, $393; Stephanie L. Taylor, $643. Improper equipment - Dianne S. Carr, combined with no operator's license in possession, $193. Disregarding traffic light - Devin T. Rose, $143 plus state traffic school. No/expired registration plates - Robert A. Satterley, combined with no operator's license in possession, $243; Wesley L. Upton, $168. Failure to wear seatbelt - Vonicquia Tavay Smith, $25. No insurance - Joyce E. Waters, $243. Reckless driving - Pamela Grace Hill, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $348. Driving on DUI-suspended license - Phillip Johns, $393. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Donovan L. Dickerson, Nicholasville, combined with speeding, $310.50; Jeffrey Durham, 404 Ryne Court, $310.50; Clevland T. Wright, 204 Silver Maple Court, $810.50. Harassment, no physical injury - Donna Jean Brooks, 124 Highview Drive, $185.50. Disorderly conduct, 2nd degree - Christina Zamorano-Benitez, 1705 Leestown Road, $185.50 plus two days with credit. Violation of Kentucky EPO - Daryl Greenlee, 228 Clifton Road, $160.50; David C. Hartley, 405 Simmons Street, $160.50 plus 37 days with seven days' credit and balance probated for two years. Assault, 4th degree (domestic violence) - Sarah Michelle Shelton, Frankfort, $160.50 plus 38 days, serve eight with credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of drug paraphernalia - Richard Wells, Harrodsburg, $185.50 plus seven days with credit. Public intoxication (controlled substance) - Corey A. Hopper, 231 Clifton Road, combined with fleeing or evading police, five days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one accident involving an injury, eight non-injury wrecks, four domestic-related complaints, issued two citations and made seven arrests. On July 17 at 9:57 a.m., Erin E. Mayer, 41, of Elliston Lane, was driving a Chevrolet Silverado east on Elliston Lane. She told police she swerved to avoid a squirrel and her vehicle left the left side of the road, struck a tree, spun 180 degrees, and hit a second tree and a wooden plank fence. She was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say her vehicle was not under proper control. On July 23, four truck tires were reported vandalized in an East Green Street parking lot, with damage estimated at $600. On July 20, terroristic threatening was reported at Auto Zone. On July 20, fraudulent use of a credit card worth $60 was reported on South Gratz Street in Midway. On July 21, a citation was issued on Kroger Way for speeding and possession of marijuana. On July 22, terroristic threatening was reported at a home on Macey Avenue. On July 23, theft by unlawful taking and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported on Roan Road. On July 23, a citation was issued on Montgomery Avenue for possession of marijuana. On July 20, tools worth $137 were reported stolen from NSG Pilkington. On July 18, a Toyota Camry was reported vandalized on Ryne Court, with damage estimated at $300. On July 18, harassing communications were reported at a home on Birch Drive. On July 18, police made an arrest on Macey Avenue involving trafficking in methamphetamine and advertisement of drug paraphernalia. On July 18, police made an arrest on Douglas Avenue for DUI and possession of crack cocaine. On July 20, Beretta magazines and magazine holders worth a total of $1,310 were reported stolen from a home on Wooldridge Lane. On July 20, theft by deception involving cold checks worth a total of $310 was reported at a Rose Hill Avenue liquor store. On July 10, cultivation of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia was reported on Lynwood Drive. On July 21, unauthorized use of a Toyota Avalon was reported on Hippe Agee Road. On July 16, a Chevrolet Blazer was reported vandalized at Bluegrass Community Hospital, with damage estimated at $1,925. On July 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Colony Drive. On July 14, an arrest was made on Tyrone Pike for assaulting a police or probation officer. On July 15, police made an arrest at Speedway on Lexington Road involving no registration plates, failure to produce an insurance card and possession of marijuana. On July 14, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on Foraker Road. On July 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Clifton Road. On July 14, weed-trimmers and a bicycle worth a total of $350 were reported stolen from a home on Macey Avenue. On July 13, tools worth $400 were reported stolen on Aiken Road. On July 14, a purse and cash worth a total of $1,707 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Frankfort Road. On July 13, tools worth $275 were reported stolen from a home on Glenhaven Drive. On July 11, a trailer worth $1,100 was reported stolen from a home on Hill Road. On July 13, a wallet worth $50 was reported stolen at Kroger. On July 13, tools worth $440 were reported stolen from a home on Ashmore Avenue. On June 10, forged checks were reported at the Woodford County Detention Center. On July 14, police made an arrest on South Main Street for possession of methamphetamine and public intoxication (controlled substance). On July 9, a vending machine on I-64 was reported vandalized and an undetermined amount of cash stolen. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 40 EMS assists and installed three child safety seats during the past week. A smoke detector malfunctioned on Meadow Lane July 19. Fire in a stove on Main Street was reported July 22. Firefighters responded to an electrical short in a water heater on Montgomery Avenue July 22. A carbon monoxide detector malfunctioned on Rose Hill Avenue July 23. A smoke detector malfunctioned on South Hill Road July 23. County Firefighters performed three EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Old Frankfort Pike July 18 and on the Blue Grass Parkway July 24. An alarm malfunctioned on Tyrone Pike July 18. Cooking smoke activated an alarm on Hedden Road July 19. A muck fire was extinguished on Dry Ridge Road July 21. An alarm malfunctioned on Lexington Road July 22. An alarm malfunctioned on Ducker Road July 22. Firefighters assisted with a residential lockout on Delaney Ferry Road Extended July 23. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage - Christopher A. O' Neal and Julie O' Neal. Cavalry SPVI, LLC, vs. Charles Mix III for $15,211.90 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Ditech Financial, LLC, vs. David E. Jeffers, et al., for $83,273.43 plus interest, late fees, advances, court costs, expenses and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. William Douglas Claxon vs. Elizabeth Dearinger for sole custody of a minor child. Leticia Rosales Gutierrez vs. Marco A. Dominguez Hernandez for sole custody of minor children. Jonathan Austin Berger vs. Hunter Madison Johnson for return of minor child to Kentucky. DEEDS Silas C. Goodrich and Joyce M. Goodrich to Tony Edward Goodrich, 10.055 acres on Clifton Road, other consideration. Silas C. Goodrich and Joyce M. Goodrich to Tony Edward Goodrich, 125 acres on Clifton Road, other consideration. John Twehues Jr. and Stephanie Twehues to Heather Kirchdorfer, 211 Silver Maple Court, $164,000. Wendy M. Scroggins to Sean Taylor and Charly Taylor, 108 Hawthorne Court, $195,000. Robert Matthew Lawrence and Jennifer Lawrence to Eric McGinnis and Kim McGinnis, 772 Flint Ridge Road, $337,500. John D. Eggum, as trustee of the Deborah W. Eggum trust, to John D. Eggum, individually and as trustee of the Deborah W. Eggum trust, 1210 Elm Corner Road, other consideration. Jackie L. May to David Logan Greenwell and Alysha Jordan Kennedy, 303 Foxtail Road, $180,000. Derek Austin Couch and Kristy Ann Couch to Robert Matthew Lawrence and Jennifer Leigh Lawrence, 617 Oxford Road, $219,500. Randall Coy and Denise Coy to Frances Nicole Ishmael, 361 Winton Road, $245,000. James M. Wigelsworth III and Judith S. Wigelsworth Phillips to Bradley Saum, 199 Dunroven Drive, $102,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Investmentsrus, LTD Co., (David Montgomery, member), 400 Quail Run Road, $110,000. Richard D. Adkins and Beverly A. Adkins to Aaron Nickerson and Amy Nickerson, 450 Cedar Lake Road, $335,000. Juanita White to Megan Lea Jones and Nicholas Adams Edwards Maclean, 112 North Winter Court, Midway, $229,000. Roscoe E. Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback to Petro Makosii and Natalya Makosii, 2010 Boonedale Lane, $96,000. Chris A. Williams and Lisa D. Williams to Gwendolyn Foley and Richard Foley, 136 Gaybourne Way, $256,000. Kelsey L. Richardson and Patrick Richardson to Katie Haefner and Kyle Abell, 513 Tincher Drive, $212,900. Cristina J. Emerson to Derek Michael Hensley and Christina Marie Schroeder, 1002 Lane Circle, $325,000. Jackson-Hunter, LLC, (Marilyn Jackson, manager), to Marilyn F. Jackson and Marilyn Jackson, as trustee, an undivided one-half interest in 212 Simmons Street, other consideration. Marilyn F. Jackson and Barry Jackson to Marilyn Jackson, as trustee, an undivided one-half interest in 212 Simmons Street, $35,100. Marcela A. Jakoko to James Harts Jr. and Abbie Harts Gutierrez, 120 Brampton Place, $184,000. Harold A. Clark and Brooke M. Clark to Blue Spader Properties, LLC, (Bryan C. Barnhart, president), 73 Shady Lane, $26,000.

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