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Public Records - Sept. 14th

District Court Because of the Labor Day holiday, Woodford District Court was not in session Monday, Sept. 4. A special jail docket was held Wednesday, Sept. 6, with Judge Mary Jane Phelps presiding. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - David Goodman, 137 Bell Avenue, combined with no/expired registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, fleeing or evading police, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, DUI (3rd), operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $1,578 plus 30 days with 10 days credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to four injury accidents, 18 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued three citations/summonses and made three arrests. On Sept. 1 at 10 a.m., a Pontiac Torrent driven by Sharon O. Ogunyemi, 19, of Lexington, was attempting to exit I-64 onto Georgetown Road (Ky. 341). Police say Ogunyemi was driving at an unsafe speed on slick roads and her vehicle ran across Georgetown Road, over a concrete median and down a ravine. Ogunyemi and a passenger, Ines Curti, 19, also of Lexington, were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention and not being under proper control were factors in the crash. On Sept. 1 at 11:22 a.m., Ricky Nelson, 45, of Lexington, was driving an International Transtar on a Blue Grass Parkway ramp in heavy rain. He lost control of the truck, which ran through a guardrail on the left side of the ramp, traveled down a steep embankment and stopped in a grass median. Nelson was taken to Baptist Hospital. Police say the vehicle was not under proper control. On Sept. 8 at 12:06 a.m., Christopher R. Wash, 24, of 415 Elm Street, was riding a Honda VT 1100 west on Old Frankfort Pike. He told police an animal crossed the road and when he attempted to avoid it, he veered to the right and his vehicle left the road and overturned in an earthen ditch. Wash was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say overcorrecting/oversteering were factors in the crash. On Sept. 8 at 7:17 p.m., a Volkswagen Jetta driven by Javier Martinez-Avila, 33, of 1759 Keene Road, was southbound on Patterson Road while a Subaru Legacy driven by Amber D. Maxwell-Mears, 33, of Morehead, was northbound. Maxwell-Mears said Martinez-Avila was on her side of the road and said she swerved right to avoid him. Her vehicle spun and came to rest in the grass. Martinez-Avila's wheel came off and his vehicle left the right side of the road, crossed over and ran off the left side before hitting a wire fence. Martinez-Avila told police he wasn't sure who was over the center line. Maxwell-Mears was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention and not being under proper control on the part of Martinez-Avila were factors in the crash. On Sept. 8, fraudulent use of a credit card worth $504.62 was reported on Carriage Lane in Midway. On Sept. 9, $800 in cash was reported stolen from a bank on United Drive. On Sept. 7, harassment and a vandalized exterior with $10 in damage was reported at a home on Queensway Drive. On Sept. 7, a stolen bank deposit worth $5,545.89 was reported at the Circle K on Yellow Jacket Drive. On Sept. 6, an ID and checks were reported stolen at a home on Gleneagles Way. On Sept. 5, $660 in cash was reported stolen from a vehicle on Curry Court. On Sept. 7, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Midway Road. On Sept. 7, a citation/summons was issued on the U.S. 60 Bypass involving disregarding a traffic light, possession of marijuana and no operator's/moped license. On Sept. 6, police made an arrest on Court Street for alcohol intoxication in a public place. On Sept. 5, harassment was reported on Doncaster Road. On Sept. 5, a citation/summons was issued on Wooldridge Lane for possession of marijuana. On Sept. 3, police made an arrest on South Gratz Street in Midway for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. On Sept. 3, a Dodge Avenger worth $10,000 was reported stolen on Dan Drive. On Aug. 30, a tiller worth $100 was reported stolen on Macey Drive. On Aug. 31, 150 gallons of gas worth $300 were reported stolen on Troy Pike. On Aug. 30, gasoline and other fuels worth a total of $44.27 were reported stolen from a convenience store on Lexington Road. On Aug. 26, tools worth $200 were reported stolen from a vehicle on South Main Street. On Aug. 26, two wall units worth a total of $500 were reported stolen from a home on Howard Court. On Sept. 5, a debit card and wallet worth $20 were reported stolen from a home on Kentucky Avenue. On Sept. 5, police issued a citation/summons on McCracken Pike for possession of a marijuana plant. On Sept. 6, alcohol intoxication in a public place was reported on Beasley Road. On Aug. 31, police made an arrest on Frankfort Street for no tail lamps, instructional permit violations and possession of marijuana and cocaine. On Sept. 4, $63 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at a convenience store on South Main Street. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 23 EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Lexington Road at Kroger Way Sept. 5, on Green Street Sept. 6, on Lexington Road at McDavid Drive Sept. 7, and on Lexington Road at Marsailles Road Sept. 11. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Sugartree Lane residence Sept. 7. An LP tank was reported leaking at Kroger Sept. 8. County Firefighters performed six EMS assists during the past week. Cooking smoke activated an alarm at a Hedden Road residence Sept. 5. A smoke detector malfunctioned at the UK Research Farm on Midway Road Sept. 6 and 7. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Lexington Road Sept. 7, on Browns Mill Road Sept. 8, on Patterson Lane Sept. 8, and on Lexington Road Sept. 12. Firefighters returned to the scene of a silage bin fire on Tyrone Pike Sept. 9 and 10 to put out flare-ups in the silage. Firefighters helped Versailles police gain entry to a residence on Winterberry Court Sept. 9. Animal Control Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray animals: Dogs - A female cream and white Great Pyrenees and Labrador retriever mix and a female tan and white dachshund mix wearing a small choke chain collar. Cats - A short-haired male brown tabby and white; a short-haired male orange tabby and white; a female short-haired gray calico; a male short-haired gray cat with white toes on back left foot; a female short-haired gray tabby and white; and a male short-haired brown tabby and white. 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 Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Humberto Perez Ruiz and Lillian Renee Perez; Jamie Howard Mullins and James Dale Mullins; Brian Joseph O' Neil and Patricia Ann O' Neil; Ginger Lynn Davis and Johnathon Thomas Davis. Bank of America, N.A. vs. James D. Floyd for $20,843.09 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Kentucky Utilities, Co. vs. Juan I. Valdez-Hernandez for $13,950.20 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. UMB Bank, N.A. vs. Paula W. Cline, et al., for warning order and military attorney to notify defendant of action. Ally Financial, Inc. vs. June Jones, et al., for $9,52.01 plus interest, attorney fees and court costs claimed due on a debt. Wesley Grice, et al., vs. Myron D. Justice, et al., for an unspecified amount plus interest, attorney fees and costs relating to Nov. 16, 2016, auto accident. Maria Del Carmen Perez-Chapina vs. Rafa Morales-Gutierrez for sole custody of minor child. Leak Eliminators, LLC, vs. Dewayne Hogan for $10,355.55 plus interest, costs and expenses claimed due on a debt. Midland Funding, LLC, vs. Mary Sayre for $7,889.79 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Cedar Ridge Homeowners Association vs. John Higdon, et al., for removal of fence and approval of retaining wall. DEEDS Paul S. Brand and Maria L. Brand to Justin Stuebgen, 169 Gleneagles Way, $302,500. Geneva Harris to Diedra Deniece McCord and Alanna Michele Thomas, as trustees of the Geneva Harris irrevocable trust, 231 Montgomery Avenue, $1 and other consideration. Matthew Ryan Popp, Kassie Rene Popp, John Clifton Vance and Kathi S. Vance to T&L Land Holdings, LLC, (Lloyd Allen Jolly, member), 116.10 acres at 955 Carpenter Pike, $612,000. Emily Crossfield Brashear and James Austin Brashear to Timothy S. Davis, 605 Pocahontas Trail, $111,000. Karen Taylor Blackburn and J.D. Blackburn to Betty Taylor English, 828 Eagle Crest Drive, other consideration. Larry M. Corn and Tina L. Corn to The Versailles Baptist Church, Inc., 222 Locust Street, $170,000. Judy H. Adcock to Phyllis Lee Huff and Larry Wayne Young, 847 Mildred Street, $65,000. Jacob C. Guerin to Walter E. Schott III and Walter E. Schott IV, 115 Garnett Court, $85,000. Matthew Devon White, David L. Tipton and Laura Crittenden Tipton to Michelle Wolfe, 130 Chestnut Lane, $135,703. MARRIAGE LICENSES Amanda Jo Britton and Brandon Keith Maggard; Allison Renee Stone and Nathan Travis Wilson; Megan Suzanne Henke and Andrew David Hellenkamp; Ashley Jordan George and Christian Lyle Pendleton; Sarah Nicole Duke and Victoria Lynn Allaway.

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