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PUBLIC RECORDS - March 29th

District Court

Week of March 19

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

Speeding – George W. Bauer IV, $175; Charles R. Burchett, $163; James C. Conder, $143 plus state traffic school; Keith D. Denton, $198; Stanislav I. Khalus, $173; Victor I. Pismenniy, $198; Nahun J.R. Menjivar, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $198 plus 10 days home incarceration.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Katherine K. Clayton, $343.

DUI – Paul S. Dowdle, $1,043 plus four days with one day credit or 48 hours community service.

No/expired registration plates – Christian J. Esparza, combined with failure to maintain insurance and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $868.

No operator’s/moped license – Enrique R. Garcia, $243.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Joshua D. Huff, $25.

Misdemeanors

Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Elizabeth Ferreyra, 314 McDonald Drive, $200.50; Robert Richard, address unavailable, 30 days with credit.

Possession of controlled substance, first-degree – Chester Abner, address unavailable, $160.50 plus 30 days with two days credit.

Possession of marijuana – Cory A. Cosby, 236 Blackhawk Circle, $260.50; Gregory L. Gibbs, Lexington, combined with speeding, $330.50; Theodore L. Saunders, Louisville, $210.50.

Criminal attempt, identity theft – Charles Combs, Lawrenceburg, seven days with credit.

Theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting – Tonya R. Moore, Waddy, $185.50 plus seven days with seven credit and balance probated for two years.

Disorderly conduct – Ashley Stamper, 138 St. Clair Street, 10 days with 10 days credit.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to two accidents involving injuries, 10 non-injury accidents, issued two citations/summons and made two arrests.

On March 16 at 8:53 a.m., a Toyota RAV 4 driven by Victoria L. Wallace, 25, of Waddy, was southbound in the left lane of the U.S. 60 Bypass while a Lincoln Town Car driven by Jerry W. Turner, 72, of 320 Ridgewood Drive was stopped at a red light on Crossfield Drive. Turner and witnesses said the light turned green for Crossfield traffic. Wallace said she thought the light was yellow as she approached the intersection. Wallace’s vehicle struck Turner’s in the intersection, and he was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say disregarding a traffic control device and failure to yield on the part of Wallace caused the crash.

On March 19 at 2:08 p.m., a Saturn SC driven by Peter J. Robinson, 21, of Lexington, was northbound on Pinckard Pike. A witness following Robinson said Robinson was behind a pickup truck and appeared to pass it, then fell back behind the truck. The witness said Robinson appeared to attempt to pass it again and went off the opposite side of the road and struck a tree. Robinson and two passengers, Lorienne R. Hall, 19, and Christian D. Jones, 20, both also of Lexington, were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say Robinson’s vehicle was not under proper control.

On March 24, police made an arrest on Beech Street for speeding, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On March 23, harassing communications were reported at a home on Mildred Street.

On March 20, $150 in cash was reported stolen from the Versailles Brewing Company.

On March 21, criminal trespassing was reported at a home on Dan Drive.

On March 21, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident at Sunset Memorial Gardens.

On March 20, police made an arrest on Frankfort Road for operating on a suspended/revoked license and DUI.

On March 16, theft of a stolen credit/debit card involving $3,129.45 was reported on Camden Avenue.

On March 14, police issued a citation/summons on Tyrone Pike for possession of marijuana.

On March 14, power tools and other items worth a total of $1,620 were reported stolen from a farm on Troy Pike.

On March 20, a television and antenna worth a total of $180 were reported stolen from a farm on Steele Road.

On March 20, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on Redbud Court.

On March 21, police issued a citation/summons on Fishers Mill Road for possession of marijuana.

On March 26, tools worth $70 were reported stolen from a High Street garage.

On March 26, a Stihl chainsaw worth $300 was reported stolen on West Stephens Street in Midway.

On March 18, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported on Arbor Place Drive.

On March 22, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and the theft of $100 in cash were reported at a home on Ryne Court.

On March 22, theft by deception involving $3,000 worth of Google Play cards was reported at a home on Morgan Street.

On March 22, theft by deception was reported at a home on Bryanwood Drive.

On March 25, several types of brass items were reported stolen from a home on Oregon Road.

On March 24, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on I-64 East.

On March 21, $47.87 worth of gas was reported stolen from an office building on Fielding Drive.

On March 24, saddles and other items worth a total of $23,001 were reported stolen from a farm on Huntertown Road.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 15 EMS assists.

On March 20, firefighters responded to a malfunctioning fire alarm on Shermans Crescent, made a good intent call on Ryan Creek, and a run to United Drive was cancelled en route.

On March 22, they responded to a false alarm on Georgia Street and made a good intent call on Oak Street.

On March 23, runs to Broadway Street and Lexington Road were cancelled en route.

On March 24, they responded to a hazardous condition on Bryanwood Drive.

On March 26, they made a good intent call on Lexington Street and had a run to U.S. 60 cancelled en route.

County

Firefighters made three EMS assists.

On March 20, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 West.

On March 21, they responded to vehicle accidents on Old Frankfort Pike and West Leestown Road, a house fire on Ashby Court and performed an animal rescue on McCowans Ferry Road.

On March 23, they investigated a possible animal entry into a home on Blue Spruce Court and used the jaws of life on U.S. 60 West.

On March 24, they responded to seven vehicle accidents involving snow and ice on I-64, one on U.S. 60, another on Old Frankfort Pike and made a forcible entry to perform a welfare check on Normandy Circle.

On March 25, they investigated a furnace malfunction on Germany Road, a vehicle dripping antifreeze on the Bluegrass Parkway, and an unfounded report of a grass fire off the Bluegrass Parkway.

On March 26, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64.

Public Records

Suits

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Robert L. Back for support of minor child. Curtis E. Savage vs. Brianna Braswell for damages, court costs and attorney fees relating to May 2017 vehicle accident. Jay Todd vs. Danielle Tack for temporary custody of minor child.

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