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Public Records - October 19th

District Court Mary Jane Phelps, judge Week of Oct. 9 Traffic No/expired registration plates - Katherine Clayton, $168; Miguel Guerrero, combined with no operator's/moped license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $768. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance - Tobey D. Collins, $243; Avery L. Houston, $243; Anthony S. Ware, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator's license, $1,168. Failure to file accident report - Kevin T. Cooper, $193. Speeding - Bryson W. Cox, $143 plus state traffic school; Brandon A. Deshon, state traffic school; Jack F. Dorsey, $198; Emma Edgar, $143 plus state traffic school; Owen Hand, $163; James F. Hoskins, $163; Amber M. Landram, $143 plus state traffic school; Rysa Lee, $143 plus state traffic school; Katherine D. Parker, $173; Michael Prescaro, $162; Anna Robinson, $162; Rachel N. Underwood, $163. Improperly turning/driving lane or entering limited access - Miguel Guerrero, $768. Operating on suspended/revoked operator's license - Linda T. Epling, $393. DUI (third) - Danny R. Hunter, $1,018 plus six months, serve 60 with credit and balance probated for two years. DUI (second) - Kerry D. King, combined with failure to file accident report, $993 plus 44 days, serve 14 with credit and balance probated for two years. Careless driving - Adriana Martinez, $193. Disregarding traffic light - Severn Randolph, $143 plus state traffic school; Wayne E. Schmitt, $143 plus state traffic school. No operator's license in possession - Whitney White, $193; Paul B. Wood, combined with DUI, $918. DUI - Lonnie E. Wilson, $818. Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana - Rahaim Bishop, 501 Poplar Street, $260.50; Arthur T. Hutchins, 2965 McCracken Pike, $260.50. Non-approved/insufficient number/personal float - Erisel Flores, Lexington, $200.50. Local county ordinance, dogs to be vaccinated against rabies - Carmelita Hernandez, 921 Altamont Court, $200.50. Cultivating marijuana - Winter Maley, 254 Lynwood Drive, $360.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place - Bethann Perry, 928 Altamont Court, $200.50. Theft-receipt of stolen credit/debit card - Arthur E. Grigsby, Lexington, combined with fraudulent use of credit card, $228.99 plus 75 days, serve 15 with credit and balance probated for two years. Criminal trespass, 1st degree - Marshelle R. Williams, 107 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, six days with credit. Unlawful transaction with a minor, 3rd degree - Caleb Cochran, 422 Quail Run Road, $260.50. Possession of controlled substance, 2nd and 3rd degree - Kendera S. Parsons, 240 High Street, combined with no/expired registration plates, DUI, failure to wear seatbelt and instructional permit violations, $1,093 plus two days with credit. Prescription not in proper container - Thomas A. Wheat, 138 St. Clair Street, combined with no operator's license in possession and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $360.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to four injury accidents, 19 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summonses and made three arrests. On Oct. 8 at 4:51 p.m., a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Bethany M. Duncan, 33, of 310 2nd Street in Midway, was northbound on Georgetown Road just past McKinney Drive. She told police her vehicle hydroplaned, slid off the right shoulder of the road into a fence and overturned. Duncan was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS workers. On Oct. 12 at 8:32 p.m., a Volvo driven by Harold C. Taylor Jr., 73, of Charlestown, Ind., and a Toyota 4Runner driven by Curtis A. Hendren, 48, of Lexington, were eastbound on I-64 in a construction zone. Taylor said Hendren was ahead of him and continually sped up and slowed down before stopping abruptly. Taylor's vehicle rear-ended Hendren's, and police say he was following too closely. Woodford County EMS workers treated both drivers at the scene. On Oct. 13 at 11:03 p.m., a Chevrolet Impala driven by John E. McChord, 45, of Lexington, was eastbound on Frankfort Road just past Midway Road when he struck pedestrian David L. Lavizzio, 45, of Lexington. Police say Lavizzio was walking on the right side of the slow lane of Frankfort Road and wearing dark clothing. Lavizzio was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On Oct. 9, speakers and a socket set worth a total of $370 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Minary Avenue. On Oct. 11, a Seth Drive resident reported the theft of a credit card via the Internet. On Oct. 11, cash, purse and other items worth a total of $861 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Dan Drive. On Oct. 12, a Dodge truck was reported vandalized on Deerfield Drive, with damage estimated at $500. On Oct. 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on McCracken Pike. On Oct. 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Crossfield Drive that damaged a Honda Fit. On Oct. 2, a Smith and Wesson pistol worth $400 was reported stolen from a home on Gleneagles Way. On Oct. 13, police made an arrest on Midway Road for DUI, tampering with physical evidence and an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle. On Oct. 14, a pistol and fantasy dagger worth a total of $432 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Simmons Street. On Oct. 12, police made an arrest on Beacon Hill Drive for trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Oct. 12, police issued a citation/summons on Frankfort Road for possession of marijuana. On Oct. 7, a brick was reported spray-painted on Mildred Street, with damage estimated at $25. On Oct. 9, harassment with physical contact (no injury) was reported on Rose Hill Avenue. On Oct. 9, $185,055 in cash was reported stolen from a home on Old Frankfort Pike. On Oct. 10, fraudulent use of a credit worth $475 was reported on Delaney Ferry Road. On Oct. 10, $36.40 worth of gas was reported stolen from a Lexington Road convenience store. On Oct. 9, a Toyota Camry was reported vandalized on Macey Avenue, with alcohol intoxication in a public place and a fugitive warrant also involved. On Oct. 11, police issued a citation on South Main Street for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. On Oct. 10, fraudulent use of a credit card worth $340 was reported on Saint Clair Street. On Oct. 9, a brake rotor and pads worth a total of $137.78 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Berry Avenue. On Oct. 9, a cold check worth $36.02 was reported at a store on Crossfield Drive. Fire Reports City Firefighters performed 16 EMS assists and installed one child safety seat during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the U.S. 60 Bypass on Oct. 10 and on Oct. 13. Firefighters helped Versailles police gain entry to a Buffalo Trace residence Oct. 13. County Firefighters performed three EMS assists during the past week. Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on Lexington Road and Midway Road Oct. 10, on I-64 Oct. 12, on Midway Road Oct. 13, and on I-64 Oct. 14. A fuel spill was cleaned from the roadway on Troy Pike Oct. 11. A smoke detector malfunctioned at a Normandy Drive residence Oct. 14. A vehicle fire was extinguished on Troy Pike Oct. 14. A low battery was apparently the cause of an alarm activation on Cummins Ferry Road Oct. 14. Power lines fell in a field near Buck Run Road Oct. 15 and started a fire in some logs. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage - Charles S. Morrison and Sarah J. Morrison; Lashelle Morton-Lee and Carl Anthony Lee; Elaine N. Hill and Wilbur Hill Jr.; Robert C. Ginter and Betty Ann Ginter; Court Levering and Shannon Levering. Capital One Bank vs. Chad S. Doser for $5,612.89 plus costs claimed due on a debt. National Collegiate Master Student Loan Trust I vs. Chasity K. Harris for $21,029.05 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Farmer Drywall, Inc., et al., vs. Heirloom Design, LLC, et al., for $15,800 plus interest claimed due on a debt. DEEDS Jerry A. Gaines and Angela D. Gaines to Elsa T. Garza, 129 Bayberry Road, $174,000. JMS Real Estate, LLC, (Shannon Yates, manager), to Anderson Wooldridge 2, LLC, (Dennis Anderson, member), 235, 241 and 243 Abbey Road, $446,887. Madeline Noe to Jackie Dale Brandenburg Jr. and Tonya Gayle Brandenburg, 6145 Delaney Ferry Road Extension, $15,000. Roscoe E. Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback, as co-trustees of the Hornback Family Living Trust, to David L. Ramsey and Deanna D. Ramsey, 205 Frankfort Street, $715,000. Commonwealth Property Group, LLC, (Frank Haydon, member), to Grassy Springs Farm, LLC, (Frank Haydon, member), 200 acres, more or less, at 1740 Grassy Springs Road, $2,007,365.84. Sugartree, LLC, to Alisa Kay Duncan, 161 Sugartree Lane, $264,900. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Andy Biggers, 216 East Higgins Street, Midway, $73,000. Loren Lancaster and Linda D. Lancaster to Rodney Charles Murphy Jr. and Lori Marie Murphy, 114 Kilmer Street, $130,000. Sills LTD Properties Corp (Philip Todd Sills, president), to Macy Manor, LLC, (Doug Jopling, manager), 139 Macey Avenue (Macy Manor apartment building), $1,060,000. Sugartree, LLC, to Gary Lynn Johnson and Phyllis Strickland Johnson, 159 Sugartree Lane, $276,175. Debra Fister to Inocencio Hernandez and Rocio Aquino Hernandez, 812 Janet Street, $139,000. Rodney Culpepper and Kristi Culpepper to Adam J. Marshall and Melanie B. Marshall, 4845 McCracken Pike, $150,000. Jeremy B. Smith and Krista Smith to Cartus Financial Corporation, 1029 Cedar Ridge Lane, $287,500. Cartus Financial Corporation to Adam D. Ronniger and Sarah C. Ronniger, 1029 Cedar Ridge Lane, $287,500.

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