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Public Records - December 7th

District Court

Week of Nov. 27

Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Traffic

Failure to give right of way to emergency stopped vehicle – Tyler G. Bennett, $203.

Speeding – Michael D. Bond, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $373; Elijah A. Brown, $253; Emily L. Daniel, $203; Khalil J. Jackson, $243; Paige D. McLin, $173; Robert P. Oliver, $198; Donnae D. Shannon, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $293; Lindsay B. Smart, $163; Thomas W. West, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and no operator’s license in possession, $273; Ashley N. Whitis, $143 plus state traffic school; James B. Wood, combined with no/expired registration plates, $183.

No operator’s/moped license – Heather D. Brumagen, $243; Roberto Disciplina, $243; Joel A. Figueroa, combined with improperly turning/driving lane or entering limited access, $268.

No/expired registration plates – Noah M. Gilkison, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – James L. Hutchison, combined with DUI and failure to wear seatbelt, $1,118.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Anthony R. Sharp, $643.

DUI – William Stampler, combined with possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle and failure to wear seatbelt, $743.

DUI, 3rd offense – Marvin Ahilon, combined with speeding, no/expired registration plates, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and driving on suspended operator’s license, $1,228 plus 60 days with 10 days credit and balance probated for two years.

Observed operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs – Jonathon W. Anderson, $1,043 plus six months, serve 60 days with 21 days credit and balance probated for two years.

Misdemeanors

Theft by deception, includes cold checks – Jerri A. Bailey, Winchester, $475.50; Melinda G. Goins, 205 Angell Haven Court, $235.50 plus 33 days, serve three with credit and balance probated for two years.

Possession of marijuana – Thomas Berry, Lexington, combined with speeding and no operator’s license in possession, $381.50; Candice J. Neal, 116 Cottage Garden Lane, Midway, $210.50; Davaija Stevens, 217 Clifton Road, $310.50.

Receiving stolen property – Deidre N. Head, 162 Dunroven Street, $185.50 plus three days with credit.

Theft by deception – Calvin Johnson, 205 Angell Haven Court, $235.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years.

Theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting – Amanda K. Jones, Cynthiana, $235.50 plus 31 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to one accident involving an injury, 12 non-injury wrecks, issued three citations/summonses and made seven arrests.

On Nov. 26 at 3:24 a.m., a Mitsubishi Lancer driven by Perchilla Wright, 48, of 100 Virginia Avenue, was northbound on McCracken Pike when she swerved off the road and struck a tree. Wright told police she’d dropped a newspaper and leaned down to pick it up when the accident occurred. She was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say distraction was a factor in the wreck.

On Dec. 3, laser light displays worth $75 were reported stolen on Ridge Road.

On Dec. 1, a report was made of marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and 2nd degree possession of a controlled substance on Douglas Avenue.

On Dec. 2, possession of drug paraphernalia was reported on Macey Avenue.

On Dec. 1, a Chevrolet Malibu was reported vandalized on Curry Court.

On Dec. 1, police issued a citation/summons on Troy Pike for obstructed vision/windshield, possession of marijuana and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.

On Dec. 1, harassment and criminal trespassing were reported on Cedar Ridge Lane.

On Dec. 1, four blank checks were reported stolen on Gleneagles Way.

On Dec. 1, a compressor and other equipment worth a total of $660 were reported stolen on Crossfield Drive.

On Dec. 1, police made an arrest on Howard Court for alcohol intoxication in a public place and 2nd degree disorderly conduct.

On Nov. 30, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Pisgah Pike.

On Dec. 1, possession of synthetic drugs was reported on Dogwood Court.

On Nov. 28, tools worth $1,125 were reported stolen from a rental facility on Crossfield Drive.

On Nov. 27, police made an arrest on Big Sink Road for public intoxication (controlled substance) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Nov. 24, shoplifting and alcohol intoxication in a public place were reported at a South Main Street convenience store.

On Nov. 28, police made an arrest on Green Gables Drive for violation of a Kentucky EPO and alcohol intoxication in a public place.

On Nov. 26, police issued a citation/summons on Emerson Drive for possession of marijuana and speeding.

On Nov. 26, police issued a citation/summons on Old Frankfort Pike for one headlight, no registration plates and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.

On Nov. 25, a pistol and other items worth a total of $794 were reported stolen on North Winter Court.

On Nov. 26, menacing was reported on Winterberry Court.

On Nov. 25, tools worth $1,500 were reported stolen from a farm on Old Frankfort Pike.

On Nov. 26, terroristic threatening and a stolen pistol worth $250 were reported on McCracken Pike.

On Nov. 27, menacing was reported on the Delaney Ferry Extension.

On Nov. 17, car keys were reported stolen from a vehicle on Gormley Drive.

On Nov. 22, police made an arrest on I-64 for giving an officer a false ID and trafficking in methamphetamine and heroin.

On Nov. 21, a flat screen TV and other items worth a total of $525 were reported stolen on St. Clair Street.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters performed 20 EMS assists during the past week and installed one car seat.

Firefighters responded to vehicle accidents on the U.S. 60 Bypass on Dec. 2 and South Main Street on Dec. 4.

On Nov. 28, they responded to a chemical reaction on High Street. On Nov. 30, they responded to a rubbish fire at Burger King.

On Dec. 4, they responded to a false alarm on Schoolhouse Road.

County

Firefighters performed five EMS assists.

On Nov. 28, they responded to an illegal burn on Old Clifton Road.

On Nov. 29, they responded to a controlled burn on Lexington Road and investigated an odor on Pisgah Pike.

On Nov. 30, they investigated an odor on Lexington Road and a smoke odor on Chestnut Road.

On Dec. 1, they responded to a vehicle accident on Leestown Road and a smoke complaint on Poplar Street.

On Dec. 2, they responded to a controlled burn on Arrowhead Spring Road.

Animal Control

Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding a female red and white Siberian Husky.

Public Records

Suits

Bemak, N.V. Limited CO DBA Ashford Stud vs. David Thompson for at least $233,083.97, attorney fees, costs, and interest claimed due on a debt.

Citizens Commerce National Bank vs. Robert B. Matthews for $15,961.93 plus interest, attorney fees, expenses and costs claimed due on a debt.

Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. Megan E. Scott for $5,486.57 plus interest and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS

Barry L. Rogers to Barry L. Rogers and Robin R. Rogers, 127 Molly Street, other consideration.

Everett Myers and Ashley Myers to Thomas L. Letchworth and Celeste L. Letchworth, 12515 Troy Pike, $430,000.

Harold T. Fusion and Tambra Jane Wooldridge to Christine L. Conrad, 117 Powhatan Trail, $124,000.

Casey Jones to Evan Michael Curran, Samantha Jo Curran and Douglas Paul Buechlein, 235 Milner Road, $155,000.

Matthew Courtney to Evan Michael Curran, 620 Paige Court, other consideration.

Gregory D. Rawlings, as executor of the Gloria B. Rawlings estate and individually, Paul F. Rawlings, Mary Ann Rawlings, Jane E. R. Perry, Robert Perry, Julia B. R. Watson and Doug Watson to Paul F. Rawlings, lot on South Winter Street, Midway, $1 and other consideration.

Gregory D. Rawlings, as executor of the Gloria B. Rawlings estate, and individually, Paul F. Rawlings, Mary Ann Rawlings, Jane E. R. Perry, Robert Perry, Julia B. R. Watson and Doug Watson to Gregory D. Rawlings, lot on Walnut Street, Midway, $1 and other consideration. Gary Gillis, Mary Lee Gillis and Jonathan L. Gay, as trustee of the Peggy Gay family irrevocable trust, to LarryLlandproperty, LLC (Lauren C. Paget, member), 195 South Main Street, $135,000.

Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Tax Ease Services, LLC and County of Woodford, 218 Martin Luther King Boulevard, other consideration.

Justin Jones to Laura C. McClellan, 1415 Oregon Road, $181,000.

Beverly Downey Mullins to Adrian Scott Parrish, 103 Roan Road, $155,000.

Mary Evelyn Cooper to Max Houston Davis, 113 Angell Avenue, $127,500.

Ball Homes, LLC to Carlos E. Luna and Yadira S. Luna, 5020 Prairie Rose Way, $325,210.

Versailles-Woodford County Economic Development Authority to Dennis R. Anderson, 150 Ruth Roach Way, and 681, 661, 641 and 621 Midway Station Road, $670,337.50.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Rebecca Lucille Cawby and Maurice Lamar Hale; Jonathan

James Beckman and Randolph Railey Fishback III.

Correction

A marriage license in the Nov. 30 edition should have stated Bethany Michelle Kirk and Eric Wayne Varner.

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