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Public Records - April 19th

District Court Week of April 9

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Jorden D.R. Bennett, $163; Jody L. Collins, $173; Victoria S. Egerton, $173; Noah W. Hayes, combined with disregarding stop sign, $198; Georgia A. Hisel, $143 plus state traffic school; Brooke D. Lindsey, $163; Quinyone D. McLaurin, combined with no insurance (second offense) and license to be in possession, $1,231; Ethan M. Pawsat, $163; Michael T. Ray, $163; Timothy B. Rozwell, $163.

No/expired registration plates – Ahned S. Elgaouni, $168; Jessica A. Henrichs, $163.

Disregarding stop sign – Jane E. Ethington, $163; Cilia Mares, combined with no operating/moped license, $268; William Pantano, $168.

DUI – Caleb M. McNeely, $743; Ashley N. Ross, $893; John R. Towns, $743; Juan C. Morales, second offense, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $868 plus 44 days, serve 14 with credit and balance probated for two years.

Disregarding traffic control device – Joseph W. Mitchell, $143 plus state traffic school.

Failure to maintain insurance – Vernon L. Wilson, $243.

Misdemeanors

Criminal trespassing, first-degree – Charlotte E. Holland, address unavailable, combined with theft by unlawful taking, $160.50 plus 30 days probated for two years.

Assault fourth-degree, domestic violence (no visible injury) – Wayne F. Wagner, 3250 Watts Ferry Road, combined with possession of marijuana, $160.50 plus 97 days, serve seven with credit and balance probated for two years.

False representation/aid as licensed electrical contractor – Christopher S. Abell, Shelbyville, $160.50.

Possession of marijuana – Michael A. Bromagen, 269 Dunroven Road, $260.50; Darcey McRoberts, Lawrenceburg, $260.50; Anatessa T. Parks, 302 Kentucky Avenue, $260.50.

Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Mario M. Garcia, address unavailable, $200.50.

Receiving stolen property – Joshua McIntosh, 5125 McCracken Pike, $160.50.

Endangering welfare of a minor – Ashley Ross, 230 High Street, $160.50 plus 30 days probated for two years.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to three non-injury accidents, four domestic-related complaints, made three arrests and issued two citations/summonses.

On April 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Kuhlman Boulevard that caused an estimated $5,000 in damage to a Ford Fusion.

On April 14, $50 cash and a pocketbook worth $25 were reported stolen from a vehicle on McCracken Pike.

On April 15, alcoholic beverages were reported stolen from Tate Liquor Store.

On April 16, a glass front door of a North Main Street store was reported broken, with damage estimated at $100, and $20 in cash was reported stolen.

On March 31, harassment (physical contact, no injury) was reported at the Versailles Brewing Company.

On March 29, unauthorized use of a Toyota truck was reported at a home on Dan Drive.

On April 6, a cell phone case worth $15 was reported stolen from the Marathon on Lexington Street.

On April 13, mail theft involving a check for $454 was reported at a home on South Hill Road.

On April 13, first-degree assault was reported on Laval Heights.

On April 13, first-degree criminal trespassing was reported at a home on Bell Avenue.

On April 13, $271 in cash was reported stolen from a Poplar Street home.

On April 12, police issued a summons/citation in a Kroger Way lot for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

On April 11, a UK backpack and clothes worth a total of $115 were reported shoplifted from Kroger.

On April 11, two wood posts and a lawn were vandalized at a Sable Avenue home, with damage estimated at $499.

On April 12, a Jeep Wrangler spare tire worth $800 was reported stolen from a vehicle at a Tyrone Pike government building.

On April 12, a Toro electric push mower worth $348 was reported stolen from a home on Montgomery Avenue.

On April 11, $1,200 in cash was reported stolen from a United Drive lot.

On April 10, a citation/summons was issued on the U.S. 60 Bypass for no registration plates and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

On April 9, a television, PS4 and other items worth a total of $1,001 were reported stolen from a home on Tyrone Pike.

On April 6, a LG cell phone worth $120 was reported vandalized in a home on Macey Avenue.

On April 5, $250 in vandalism to carpeting and the theft of a washer and dryer worth $500 were reported at a home on Bell Avenue.

On April 5, an orange hay wagon worth $1,500 was reported stolen from a farm on Jones Lane.

On April 4, two lawn mowers worth a total of $400 were reported stolen from a home on Douglas Avenue.

On April 9, three used vehicle batteries worth a total of $20 were reported stolen from a home on Bryanwood Drive.

On April 9, a Blue Spruce tree at a Roberts Road home was vandalized, with damage estimated at $400.

On April 9, a vehicle on Fords Mill Road was reported leaving the scene of an accident.

On April 9, jewelry worth $1,000 was reported stolen from a home on Moores Mill Road, along with identity theft.

On April 10, an iPad, jewelry and other items worth a total of $2,975 were reported stolen from a home on Weisenberger Mill Road.

On April 8, a trailer worth $700 was reported stolen from a home on Broadway Street.

On April 10, lawn equipment worth $715 was reported stolen from a church shed on South Main Street.

On April 4, a Kentucky license plate was reported stolen from a farm on Troy Pike.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 25 EMS assists and installed four car seats during the past week.

On April 11, they responded to a smoke odor on Crossfield Drive.

On April 12, they made a good intent call on United Drive and responded to a mulch fire on Kroger Way.

On April 14, they responded to a false alarm on Thomas Lane, a smoking vehicle on Simmons Street and made a service call on Russell Avenue.

On April 15, they responded to a false alarm on Huntertown Road.

On April 16, they responded to an electrical wiring problem on Woodson Drive and made a service call on Beacon Hill Drive.

County

Firefighters made six EMS assists during the past week.

On April 12, they responded to a fluid spill on Shoreacres Road and an illegal controlled burn on Watts Ferry Road.

On April 13, they checked a controlled burn on Old Frankfort Pike.

On April 14, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 and checked controlled burns on Carpenter Pike and Pinckard Pike.

On April 16, they responded to a vehicle accident on Midway Road.

Animal Control

Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray animals: an elderly male dog, Chinese crested and an adult male cat, neutered, tabby with white.

Animals 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

Keightley and Parsley PSC vs. Michelle R. Pence for $11,959 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

Clyde Justice vs. Perchilla Wright for damages, interest and costs related to a vehicle accident.

Chad E. Keays vs. Stephanie Zapata for sole custody of a minor child.

Discover Bank vs. Nan-Dee Newberry for $7,075.51 plus costs claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS

Palmore Properties, LLC (Vickie Lee Freeman, member) to Patricia Gail Mullins, 306 Kentucky Avenue, $78,000.

Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Tenlane Farm, LLC (Thomas C. Evans, member), 1240 Steele Road, $115,000.

Wendy J. Bruwer to Paul Balistocky and Cynthia Balistocky, 543 Cummins Ferry Road, $850,000.

Donald Durs and Mary Ann Durs to Jennifer L. Walter, 407 Quail Run Road, $185,000.

Thomas Westerkamp and Janie Westerkamp to Phillip E. Gardner and Laura E. Gardner, 109 Talon Court, $297,500.

Timothy L. Voss and Laura W. Voss to Timothy L. Voss, as trustee of the Timothy L. Voss living trust, and Laura W. Voss, as trustee of the

Laura W. Voss living trust, 3265 Pinckard Pike, other consideration.

Nancy Robinson, as trustee of the Ricky Craig Robinson trust, to Marion Jarnagin and Mary Pat Jarnagin, 420 Poplar Street, $120,000.

Ball Homes, LLC to Nicholas S. Browning and Alison M. Browning, 6022 Harness Court, $330,527.

Katherine Anne Lossen to Louis Ragusa and Sarah Ragusa, 9745 Clifton Road, $356,000.

Joy P. Farmer to Joy P. Farmer and Jeff W. Farmer, 341 Winton Road, other consideration.

James Prewitt Lagrew, Amber A. Lagrew and Louise Prewitt Lagrew to Jeffrey Frank Lagrew, 15 acres on Shannon Run Road, other consideration.

EQP 2011, LLC to SWAM, LLC (Chad Voelkert, member), 150 A.P. Indy Lane, $60,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Emily Anne Calestial Howard and Aaron Christopher Bays; Keli Renae Ellsworth and Steven Eugene Satterly; Gianne Louise Almanza Olegario and Jun Arciaga Isabelo.

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