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PUBLIC RECORDS - January 25th

District Court Woodford District Court did not hold a session Monday, Jan. 15 because of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to one accident involving injuries, 23 non-injury accidents, five domestic-related complaints, issued one summons/citation and made four arrests.

On Jan. 10 at 8:41 p.m., Andrew T. Reynolds, 61, of 175 Virginia Avenue, was driving a Ford F-250 on Clifton Road. He said an eastbound Toyota Camry driven by Shelby L. McKenney, 23, of Georgetown, suddenly entered Clifton Road and struck his vehicle. The Camry turned counter-clockwise, left the road, and hit a wood fence before stopping in a field. The F-250 came to rest on the left shoulder of Clifton Road. McKenney was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say they found marijuana in her vehicle. Both drivers consented to blood tests. Disregarding a traffic control device and inattention on the part of McKenney were factors in the crash.

On Jan. 23, police made an arrest on South Main Street for public intoxication of a controlled substance (1st and 3rd degree) and possession of marijuana.

On Jan. 20, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Marsailles Road.

On Jan. 22, police began a death investigation at a home on North Brand Street in Midway.

On Jan. 20, police issued a citation/summons on North Winter Street in Midway for rear license not illuminated and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

On Jan. 19, police made an arrest on McCracken Pike for possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia.

On Jan. 16, mail theft involving $1,322.80 was reported at a home on Douglas Avenue.

On Jan. 8, $200 in cash was reported stolen from Doughdaddy’s.

On Dec. 27, checks were reported stolen from a home on Macey Avenue.

On Dec. 18, conspiracy to traffic crack cocaine and trafficking in crack cocaine were reported on Nancy Street.

On Dec. 19, cocaine trafficking was reported at a home on Bell Avenue.

On Jan. 4, cocaine trafficking was reported at a home on Bell Avenue.

On Jan. 12, conspiracy to traffic crack cocaine was reported at Dollar General.

On Dec. 15, conspiracy to traffic crack cocaine was reported at the Kroger fuel center.

On Dec. 20, conspiracy to traffic crack cocaine was reported on Minary Avenue.

On Jan. 18, shoplifting $89.99 worth of merchandise was reported at Ace Hardware.

On Jan. 17, a Kia Forte on St. Clair Street was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $300, and an iPad mini worth $250 was reported stolen.

On Jan. 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Tyrone Pike.

On Jan. 16, unlawful imprisonment was reported at a home on St. Clair Street.

On Jan. 10, police made an arrest at Kroger for shoplifting $19.08 worth of merchandise.

On Jan. 10, harassing communications were reported on Dunroven Road.

On Jan. 6, a handgun worth $70 was reported stolen on Bold Court.

On Jan. 10, alcohol intoxication in a public place (1st and 2nd offense) was reported on Simmons Street.

On Jan. 15, a Chevrolet Malibu was reported vandalized on Altamont Court, with damage estimated at $500.

On Jan. 15, a McDonald’s payroll card was reported stolen on Ryne Court.

On Jan. 11, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the Save A Lot parking lot.

On Jan. 12, a Kentucky EPO was reported vandalizing on Paige Court.

On Jan. 3, a handgun and other items worth a total of $475 were reported stolen on Main Street in Midway.

On Jan. 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Midway Road.

On Jan. 13, harassment was reported on Tyrone Pike.

On Jan. 13, a missing persons investigation began on Spring Run Road.

On Jan. 11, harassing communications were reported at a government building on Court Street.

On Jan. 12, a rifle was reported stolen on Grassy Springs Road.

On Jan. 12, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Midway Road that caused $500 in damage to a Windstream utility pole and $1,200 in damage to a wood plank fence and two poles.

On Jan. 11, tools worth $1,350 were reported stolen from a farm on Pisgah Pike.

On Jan. 11, a rifle worth $1,200 was reported stolen on Chestnut Lane.

On Jan. 10, police began a death investigation on Poplar Street.

On Jan. 7, an Xbox One and other items worth a total of $230 were reported stolen from a dorm room at Midway University.

On Jan. 16, theft by deception (includes cold checks) involving a chainsaw worth $498.15 from a store on Lexington Road.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters performed 18 EMS assists and installed two car seats during the past week.

On Jan. 16, they responded to a vehicle accident on the U.S. 60 Bypass.

On Jan. 17, they responded to smoke detectors on Flint Ridge Road and Lexington Road.

On Jan. 18, a call to Troy Pike was cancelled en route.

On Jan. 19, they responded to a vehicle accident on High Street and a “hazardous condition” on United Drive.

On Jan 21, they responded to a citizen complaint on South Main Street.

County

Firefighters performed four EMS assists during the past week.

On Jan. 17, they responded to a vehicle accident on East Leestown Road.

On Jan. 18, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 East.

On Jan. 19, they responded to a chimney fire on Blue Spruce Court.

On Jan. 20, they responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 East.

Animal Control

Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray dog: a female white and black bull breed with a crooked tail; and the following stray cats: a male domestic short-haired, orange tabby with a microchip and half a tail and a male domestic short-haired gray 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

Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Christopher A. Campbell vs. Ashley N. Campbell.

Christine Cetrulo vs. Woodford County Library District, et al., for unspecified damages plus interest and costs relating to Jan. 15, 2016 fall on the back stairwell.

Professional Financial Services of Kentucky vs. Pier Dezmeona for $7,809.46 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS

David A. Terry to Thomas H. Brown and Jeri L. Brown, 103 Georgia Street, $125,000.

Louis Prewitt Lagrew and Jeffrey Frank Lagrew to James Prewitt Lagrew, an undivided one-sixth interest in 4001 Shannon Run Road, other consideration.

Marcella V. Sewell to James N. Sewell, 531-A Meadow Lane, $1 and other consideration.

Theodore P. Hill and Bonita J. Hill to Navin Ping and Sokunthy McAlister, 350 West Domino Court, $130,000.

Barry G. Robinette and Lois A. Robinette to Amanda Centers and Adam Centers, 540 Berlin Drive, $165,000.

Kelley D. Clark and Carolyn A. Schofeld to James L. Dugan and Karla D. Dugan, 1300 Troy Road (in Jessamine and Woodford counties), $800,000.

Ball Homes, LLC to Kimberly A. Galvin and Craig M. Galvin, 5003 Prairie Rose Way, $314,910.

Paul F. Rawlings, Mary Ann Rawlings and Gregory D. Rawlings to The Rawlings Shop, LLC, 400 South Winter Street, $1 and other consideration.

David Michael Sowder to David Michael Sowder and Glenda Charlene Sowder, 425 Patterson Lane, other consideration.

S. Catherine Conway to Benjamin M. Colebrook and Marina Colebrook, 2745, 2755 and 2735 Big Sink Pike, $540,000.

Russell Thomas Vanderpool and Tamara Jo Vanderpool to Marcella V. Sewell, 449 Duell Drive, $134,000.

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