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Public Records - August 17th

District Court Vanessa Dickson, judge Week of Aug. 7 Traffic Speeding - Amilyn D. Bailey, combined with reckless driving, $243 plus state traffic school; William B. Crader, combined with reckless driving, $253; Brianna C. Deering, $143 plus state traffic school; Tiffany R. Etheridge, $203; Francisco D. Garcia Lopez, combined with no operator's license in possession, $233; Ivan Gonzalez, combined with no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and no operator's license in possession, $806; Samantha A. Mink, $143 plus state traffic school; Joshua C. Nichols, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and reckless driving, $323; Nicholas T. Oppel, combined with no/expired registration plates, $163 plus state traffic school; Brandi L. Payton, $243; Ronald N. Sallie, $253; Spencer M. Shade, combined with no operator's/moped license, $378; Victor H. Torres Chaires, $167; James A. Wagers, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $198; Samantha A. M. Woods, $143 plus state traffic school. DUI - Nicholas A. Bentley, $743; Timothy S. Fogle, $843; James D. Mendenhall, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, operating on suspended/revoked operator's license and no/expired registration plates, $1,518; Ashley S. Slone, combined with no/expired registration plates, $918; Jonathon L. Nightingale, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $868 plus 44 days, serve 14 with balance probated for two years; Benjamin Moore, combined with no operator's license in possession, $943. No/expired registration plates - Carlyann Flamm, $163. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Robert L. Owens, combined with no insurance, $1,368. Improper lane usage - Brian N. Vaughn, $243. No insurance - Angela F. Wilhoit, $393. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Derick D. Woolfolk, $1,378. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Justice D. Hager, 216 Breckenridge Drive, $310.50; April Hudson, 404 Ryne Court, combined with possession of controlled substance, 2nd degree, $360.50. Illegal possession of legend drug - Christopher L. Taylor, Lexington, combined with no insurance and possession of controlled substance, 3rd degree, $1,268. Theft by unlawful taking - Cody Goforth, Nicholasville, $210.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years; Alfred R. Marmolejo Jr., 843 Ann Street, combined with criminal trespassing, 1st degree, $234.53. Assault, 4th degree (minor injury) - David M. Goodman, 137 Bell Avenue, $185.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - John B. Santeramo Jr., Frakes, $200.50. Harassment, contact (no injury) - Brett F. St. Amano, 265 Sugar Hill Road, $185.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to four injury accidents, 21 non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints and made seven arrests. On Aug. 5 at 1:13 p.m., a Saturn Ion driven by Christopher McDermott, 21, of Bowling Green, was eastbound on Lexington Road waiting to turn left onto Pisgah Pike. Witnesses say McDermott's vehicle turned into the path of a Lexus RX350 westbound on Lexington Road that was driven by Marie Jennette, 49, of Lexington. McDermott's vehicle struck a street sign, light pole and overturned. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital and Jennette was taken to Baptist Hospital. Police say McDermott failed to yield. On Aug. 5 at 7:22 p.m., a Buick Enclave driven by Isaac Abaitey, 39, of Georgetown, was headed north on Woodlake Road. He told police a southbound vehicle encroached on his lane, he swerved right to avoid it, and his vehicle went off the road and struck a tree. He and a passenger, Martha Adutwumwaa, 38, of Lexington, were taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. On Aug. 5 at 9:12 p.m., Frank L. Sanders, 35, of Lexington, was riding a Kawasaki EX 250 south on Shannon Run Road when he entered a left-hand curve and his motorcycle left the road, went into a deep ditch line and struck a woven wire fence. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention was a factor in the crash, and that Sanders was riding on a suspended license and had no proof of insurance. On Aug. 8 at 1:09 p.m., John W. Ayers, 59, of Rockvale, Tenn., was westbound in a Freightliner on the Blue Grass Parkway west of Lexington Road. He told police he was trying to urinate and his vehicle drifted onto the right shoulder of the road and into the grass before overturning. Police say inattention was a factor in the crash. On Aug. 11, police made an arrest on Maple Street for rear license not illuminated, no registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and possession of marijuana. On Aug. 14, two kayaks worth a total of $225 were reported stolen on Foraker Road. On Aug. 9, identity theft was reported at a home on Ashley Place. On Aug. 13, police made an arrest on Clifton Road for operating on a suspended/revoked operator's license, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and failure to surrender a revoked operator's license. On Aug. 12, menacing was reported at a home on Tecumseh Trail. On Aug. 10, theft by deception (including cold checks) was reported on Walnut Street in Midway. On Aug. 11, theft by deception (including cold checks) was reported at a home on Russell Avenue involving auto parts worth $1,011.94. On Aug. 13, police made an arrest at a Spring Station home for violation of a foreign EPO. On Aug. 13, police made an arrest on Simmons Street involving violation of a Kentucky EPO and alcohol intoxication in a public place. On Aug. 6, terroristic threatening was reported at a home on Winton Road. On Aug. 9, police made an arrest on Montgomery Avenue for DUI and 1st and 3rd degree possession of a controlled substance. On Aug. 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the Midway School Apartments parking lot, with a Ford Fusion reported damaged. On Aug. 4, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia was reported on Kuhlman Boulevard. On Aug. 10, a Pepsi machine was reported vandalized on North Winter Street in Midway. On Aug. 7, an accidental death was reported on South Main Street. On Aug. 8, a Ford Taurus was reported vandalized on Yorkshire Court, with damage estimated at $200. On Aug. 8, a gun, ammunition and other items worth a total of $1,130 were reported stolen from a home on Dunroven Road. On July 31, harassing communications were reported on Chestnut Lane. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 22 EMS assists and installed one child safety seat during the past week. Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on Lexington Street at Locust Street Aug. 10. Firefighters assisted with a vehicle lockout on Kroger Way Aug. 12. A brush fire was extinguished on Ridge View Road Aug. 13. County Firefighters performed two EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Lexington Road Aug. 9 and on I-64 Aug. 10. A vehicle fire was extinguished on Georgetown Road Aug. 11. A carbon monoxide detector malfunctioned on Midway Road Aug. 13. A dumpster fire was extinguished on Lexington Road Aug. 13. A pull station was accidentally activated on Lexington Road Aug. 14. Public Records SUITS Rixy Yolany Villeda-Oseguera vs. Edward Padilla-Mazariegas for sole custody of minor child. Calvalry SPV I, LLC, vs. Mitzi Stratton for $5,062.45 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Barclays Bank Delaware vs. Cleta Duncan for $7,457.59 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Barclays Bank Delaware vs. Jason Thomas Chism for $6,328.82 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. DEEDS LK Real-Estate, LLC, (Linsey Mosley, member), to Ridge View Real Estate, LLC, (Kenny Holbrook, member), 125 Ridge View Road, $180,000. LK Real-Estate, LLC, to Ridge View Real Estate, LLC, 152 Ridge View Road, $152,000. LK Real-Estate, LLC, to Ridge View Real Estate, LLC, 121 Ridge View Road, $180,000. David L. Bott and Sara C. Bott to Steven J. Long and Carrie Gatke Long, 3550 Delaney Ferry Road, $433,925. NARO Properties, LLC, (Leonard K. Nave, member), to Creative Homebuilders, LLC, (Robert Davenport, member), 2052 Elmwood Drive, $42,000. Camco Properties, LLC, (Timothy J. Cambron, member), to Versails AGHM, LLC, (P. Lee Greer, managing member), 560 Fielding Drive and 550 Fielding Drive (former location of Motion Industries, Inc.), $675,000. Ronald P. Grose and Candace S. Grose to James Porter Murphy, 343 Chestnut Lane, $183,000. Anthony P. Scherk and Alwana Scherk to Daniel R. Auxier and Amanda E. Auxier, 203 Carriage Lane Court, Midway, $232,000. Michael L. Polly, as trustee of the Keith Eugene Polly revocable trust, to Darlene D. Curry, 414 Foxchase Court, $185,000. Beau R. Neal and Caitlin Paige Neal to Brian Reed Spencer and Chad Swiger, 417 Paddock Drive, $274,000. Gregory Martin and Laurel R. Martin to Gregory K. Means and Vanessa A. Means, 3755 Lexington Road, $382,000. Eric Humphreys and Natasha Humpreys to Jennifer Lynn Smith, 528 Scarborough Drive, $213,000. Ronald A. Wallace and Elise O. Wallace, as co-trustees of the Ronald and Elise Wallace joint revocable trust, to Stephen D. Currens, 211C Berry Avenue, $110,000. Terry Lee Eustice to Larry James Eustice, 118 Queensway Drive, quitclaim deed, $10 and other consideration. Melissa N. Henke and Chadwick G. Snellgrove to Philip L. Ruble and Mary W. Ruble, 990 Lane Circle, $340,000. Bradley Saum to Saum Properties, LLC, (Bradley D. Saum, member), 199 Dunroven Road, other consideration.

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