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Public Records - November 30th

District Court Week of Nov. 20

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Billy W. Arnett, $163; Carlina B. Campbell, combined with no insurance and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,373; Deborah L. Doyle, $143 plus state traffic school; Jordan M. Fair, $164; James G. Garnett, $143 plus state traffic school; Bobby A. Lee, $143 plus state traffic school; Christine E. May, $198; Brian N. Slone, combined with reckless driving, $243; Adam R. Stickney, combined with reckless driving and excessive windshield/window tinting, $243; Jeremy D. Stidham, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $196; Jim C. Thacker, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $268; Kyle S. Verdi, state traffic school; Joseph D. Young, combined with failure to wear seatbelt.

Disregarding stop sign – Marissa B. Baker, $143 plus state traffic school.

Disregarding traffic light – John S. Brothers, $143 plus state traffic school.

DUI – John R. Gillespie, $893 plus 44 days, serve 14 with one day credit and balance probated for two years; Kregg L. Milligan, $843; Christopher B. Piper, $743 plus six days home incarceration or four days with one day credit; Jamie R. Smith, $793; Paul Downey, $743.

Reckless driving – Robert S. Graeter, $143 plus state traffic school.

No operator’s/moped license – Filadelfio T. Mendoza, $243.

No operator’s license in possession – Jesse Reed, combined with possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $228.

Failure to file accident report – Jason W. Stone, $143.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Kennith S. Hale, $193.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Phillip E. Watkins, $564.41.

Misdemeanors

Indecent exposure, 1st degree – David R. Bowden, address unavailable, $185.50 plus 90 days with two days credit.

Possession of marijuana – Amber Burke, 242 Lynwood Drive, $260.50; Michael C. Troutman, Louisville, $260.50.

Disorderly conduct, 2nd degree – Tyler D. Wilcox, 203 Ashby Circle, combined with resisting arrest, $185.50 plus two days with credit.

Harassment, physical contact (no injury) – Kenzie B. Davis, Dayton, Ohio, $235.50 plus one day with one day credit.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to seven accidents involving injuries, 17 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued one citation/summons and made one arrest.

On Nov. 17 at 7:15 p.m., Ian Combs, 18, of 599 Adena Trace, was driving a Mazda 3 on Falling Springs Boulevard when he ran off the right side of the road and struck a sign. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital.

On Nov. 18 at 4:54 p.m., a Ford Focus driven by Will J. Menser, 18, of Owensboro, was southbound on Pinckard Pike when he went off the right side of the road, struck a rock fence, overturned, skidded across the road and into a grass shoulder. Menser was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS workers. Police say Menser’s vehicle was not under proper control.

On Nov. 18 at 7:02 p.m., a Honda Accord driven by Leslie Weber, 35, of 136 Hanover Court, was westbound on U.S. 60 when a Chevrolet Monte Carlo driven by Jennifer L. Beltran, 42, of 210 High Street, turned left in front of her. Police say Beltran failed to yield. Weber was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital.

On Nov. 18 at 4:54 p.m., a Mazda 6 driven by Daniel T. Ormond, 37, of Nicholasville, was northbound on Pinckard Pike. He told police a southbound vehicle forced him to swerve right to avoid being hit, and he went off the right side of the road and hit a wooden plank fence. Woodford County EMS workers treated him at the scene.

On Nov. 20 at 8:01 p.m., a Hyundai Elantra driven by Jennifer D. Williams, 45, of 1031 Wil Rose Lane, was westbound on U.S. 62 while a Pontiac Grand Prix driven by Caroline E. Mefford, 19, of Frankfort, was eastbound. Williams’ vehicle went over the center line and struck Mefford’s, then went off the right side of the road and hit a utility pole. Mefford’s vehicle slid off the road. Mefford told police that Williams’ vehicle came over the center line and she couldn’t avoid her. Williams said she was talking with her son, who was in the passenger seat, and occasionally looked at him, and didn’t realize she crossed into the other lane. Williams and a passenger, Donald R. Hedger, 43, of the same address, were taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say distraction and inattention on the part of Williams caused the crash.

On Nov. 21 at 6:18 p.m., a Kia Optima driven by Sahvanna S. Chaffins, 20, of Gallipolis, Ohio, was eastbound on Lexington Road attempting a left turn onto the U.S. 60 Bypass and failed to yield to a Dodge Charger driven by Alan L. Brown, 62, of 414 Tincher Drive. Chaffins and a passenger, Rachel Caldwell, 20, address unavailable, were taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say inattention on the part of Chaffins was a factor in the crash.

On Nov. 23 at 7:01 p.m., a Kia Forte driven by Destiny L. Coomer, 22, of 510 South Winter Street, was eastbound on Midway Road when it left the road in a left-hand curve and struck a utility pole. She was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention was a factor in the crash.

On Nov. 22, a wallet and $130 in cash were reported stolen from a home on Tyrone Pike.

On Nov. 20, a citation/summons was issued in a Lexington Road parking lot for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

On Nov. 20, a rifle, pistol and other items worth a total of $34,672 were reported stolen from a home on Westview Drive.

On Nov. 20, a checkbook and personal checks were reported stolen from a vehicle on Beech Street.

On Nov. 20, police made an arrest on Maple Street for failure to/improper signal and 1st and 3rd degree possession of a controlled substance.

On Nov. 13, a rifle, backpack and other items worth a total of $1,100 were reported stolen from a home on Chestnut Lane.

On Nov. 19, a tiller worth $900 was reported stolen from a farm on Leestown Pike.

On Nov. 18, shoplifting and the theft of $10.30 worth of gasoline was reported at the Circle K on Main Street.

On Nov. 17, two tires were reported vandalized on Ryne Court.

On Nov. 18, curtains, quilts and other items worth a total of $369.64 were reported stolen from a home on Curry Court.

On Nov. 17, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia was reported on Berry Avenue.

On Nov. 18, a pistol worth $430 was reported stolen from a home on Janet Street.

On Nov. 20, criminal mischief was reported at a home on Shore Acres Road.

On Nov. 20, a pistol worth $400 was reported stolen from a home on Barroway Lane.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters performed 24 EMS assists and installed two car seats during the past week.

On Nov. 21, they responded to a malfunctioning smoke detector on Marcum Drive, an oil spill on Industrial Drive, a vehicle accident on Lexington Road and a car fire on South Main Street.

On Nov. 22, they responded to a smoke detector on Rose Hill Avenue.

On Nov. 23, they responded to a vehicle accident on Tyrone Pike.

On Nov. 24, they investigated a water leak at Quad/Graphics and a smoke detector on Morgan Street.

On Nov. 27, they investigated an alarm at Quad/Graphics and an electrical odor on Lexington Street.

County

Firefighters performed five EMS assists during the past week.

On Nov. 20, they responded to a downed phone line on Lillards Ferry Road, an illegal burn on Shady Lane Road, and a vehicle accident on Midway Road.

On Nov. 22, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 and a gas odor on Scarborough Drive.

On Nov. 23, they responded to a trash can fire on Blackhawk Circle and a burning smell on Paddock Drive.

On Nov. 24, they investigated an alarm on Glenn Eagles Way.

On Nov. 24, they investigated an odor on Hunters Ridge Drive.

On Nov. 26, they responded to a vehicle accident on McCracken Pike. Public Records

Suits

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Jimmy R. Smith vs. Tomarrah L. Smith; Marcella Sewell vs. James Sewell; Meredith B. Cocke vs. Aaron Michael Cocke.

Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. Melissa Hicks for $5,085.30 plus interest, attorney fees and court costs claimed due on a debt.

U.S. Bank National Association vs. Rocky F. Finley for $85,424.56 plus interest, late fees, escrow advances, court costs, expenses and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Raymond E. Smith, Jr., et al., for $156,040.40 plus interest, court costs, advances and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.

First National Bank vs. Dan W. White for $146,610.09 plus interest, fees, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS

Donita N. Lodmell to Matthew Thomas Lodmell and Lesley Nicole Greenwell Lodmell, 6.924 acres, more or less, on Clifton Road, $1 and other consideration.

Amelia T. Dunn and Earl Graham Dunn to Earl Graham Dunn, 6540 McCowans Ferry Road, other consideration.

Melvin E. Hardy Jr. and Teresa M. Hardy, as co-trustees of the Melvin E. Hardy Jr. and Teresa M. Hardy living trust, to Melvin E. Hardy Jr. and Teresa M. Hardy, 307 Dudley Street, Midway, $1.

Bruce C. Lewis to Rhonda Hall, 210 Cardinal Avenue, $90,000.

Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Philpot Properties, LLC (Patricia Christian Leaver, member), 307 Spring Court, $100,100.

Impact Construction, LLC (Michael W. Thomas, manager) to Richard W. Jones and Marsha S. Jones, 6832 Midway Road, $153,915.

Jason D. Webb and Abigail D. Webb to Joseph E. Feese and Margaret A. Feese, 189 Gleneagles Way, $249,900.

Marc C. Ferrell and Vinka I. Pasos-Ferrell to Lakland, LLC (Lewis Gerald Lakin, manager), 127.105 acres at 1255 Carpenter Pike, $2,150,000.

Elizabeth Case Clifton to Elizabeth Case Clifton and Ann C. Hughes, 238 East Cross Street, Midway, $1 and other consideration.

Jack Weinstein and June Weinstein to Richard S. Trontz, 443 Old Frankfort Pike, $1 and other consideration, quitclaim deed.

Laura McClellan to Eric P. McClellan, 1380 Delaney Ferry Road, quitclaim deed.

Francois R. Grimard to Beverly T. Swansegar, 112 Crosskey Road, $121,500.

Phillip Lancaster and Donna Lancaster to Tricare Pharmacy Network, LLC (Daren A. White, member), 105 Russell Avenue, $45,000.

Jerry L. Morrison and Rebecca J. Morrison to Jeremy Howard and Amanda Howard, 412 Gleneagles Way, $270,000.

John H. Lauderdale and Rita K. Lauderdale to Timothy Phillips and Meredith Heard, 136 Powhatan Trail, $130,000.

Kevin B. Flora and Katrina A. Piatt to William M. Barnett, 548 Sheffield Drive, $214,900.

Marlin T. Anness and Cheryl L. Anness to Emily B. Kattner, 414 Elm Street Heights, $103,750.

Andrew Noell to Leah C. Alessandroni, 216 East Stephens Street, Midway, $135,000.

Seldon L. Jackson and Janice K. Jackson to Charles P. Edwards Jr., 5650 McCracken Pike, $159,900.

Donald Watkins Jr. to William Smith and Jennifer Smith, 114 St. Clair Street, $130,000.

Jeffrey D. Spencer and Sherry M. Spencer to Anne M. Owens, 550 Davistown Road, Midway, $162,000. Patricia Ann Simpson to Herbert E. Morrell and Amaris G. Morrell, 360 Gleneagles Way, $250,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Meghan Leigh Niehus and Alfred Hurst Nuckols III; Erin Elizabeth House and Joshua Hudson Myers; Elizabeth Hamilton Zibell and Joshua Robert Rodgers; Brittany Michelle Kirk and Eric Wayne Varner.

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