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PUBLIC RECORDS - June 7th

District Court

District court was not in session on Monday, May 28, in observance of Memorial Day.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to one accident involving an injury, 16 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued one citation/summons and made two arrests.

On May 23 at 11:22 a.m., a Kia Soul driven by James A. Wagers, 29, of Lancaster, was westbound on U.S. 60 in the right lane when the vehicle overturned and came to rest in the left lane. Wagers told police he swerved to avoid a deer. A witness going the opposite way said he didn’t see the deer. A passenger in Wagers’s vehicle, Ashley N. Atkins, 27, of the same address, was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center.

On June 2, police made an arrest on McCowans Ferry Road involving DUI, failure to produce an insurance card, and leaving the scene of an accident that damaged two Windstream utility poles.

On June 3, a pressure washer worth $320 was reported stolen from a home on Roberts Road.

On June 2, a turbo assembly and manifold worth a total of $1,200 were reported stolen from a vehicle at a Rocky Hills Lane farm.

On May 31, DUI, second-degree fleeing or evading police and resisting arrest were reported on Midway Road.

On June 3, a vandalized toilet paper dispenser was reported at Doughdaddy’s.

On May 24, a utility trailer worth $450 was reported stolen from a home on Patterson Road.

On June 2, car keys and a remote worth a total of $150 were stolen from a vehicle in the Yokohama parking lot.

On June 3, police issued a citation/summons on Troy Pike for possession of marijuana.

On May 31, a wedding ring set worth $160 was reported stolen from a home on Macey Avenue.

On May 24, fraudulent use of a credit card was reported on McKinney Avenue in Midway.

On May 27, harassing communications were reported at a home on Bryanwood Drive.

On May 28, police made an arrest on Winton Road involving being given false identifying information, identity theft and promoting contraband.

On May 27, a Toyota Camry was reported vandalized in the parking lot of Versailles Brewing Company, with damage estimated at $499.

On May 27, a door frame of a home on Molly Street was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $50.

On May 26, keys were reported stolen on South Russell Avenue.

Fire Reports

City

Versailles firefighters made nine EMS assists during the past week.

On May 29, firefighters responded to a report of smoke coming from a ceiling on Kroger Way, but found nothing. They also responded to a smoke detector on Mildred Street and discovered the battery was bad.

On May 31, they responded to downed power lines on Camden Avenue and Douglas Avenue.

On June 1, they responded to a medical alarm on Elm Street.

On June 2, they responded to a report of smoke from a home on Church Street that turned out to be dust from a dumpster.

On June 3, they responded to a reported gas leak on Clifton Road, but found nothing.

County

Firefighters made two EMS assists during the past week.

On May 29, they responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 60.

On May 31, they responded to a vehicle accident on Old Frankfort Pike, a reported grass fire on Pisgah Pike, a downed power line on Paddock Drive and a tree limb on a power line on Pisgah Pike.

On June 1, they responded to vehicle accidents on East Leestown Road and I-64 East.

On June 2, they responded to a false alarm on McCracken Pike, a vehicle accident on Pisgah Pike and a vehicle fire on Paynes Mill Road.

On June 3, they responded to leaves on fire on the side of Hedden Road.

Public Records

DEEDS

Janice Rose, as trustee of the Jennifer N. Rose trust, to Keith Lanning and Amanda Susan Lanning, 2575 Troy Pike, $510,000.

Taunya V. Huff to Nicole H. Lewis and John R. Tapogna, 105 Carriage Lane, Midway, $201,000.

Melissa Eller Lanham, as executor of the William C. Eller estate, to Joseph A. Sayre and Lauren H. Sayre, 755 Fintville Road, $155,000.

Justin J. Hosley and Stephanie Hosley to Wendy M. Heinrich, 373 South Main Street, $180,500.

John L. Wieczorek and Laura Wieczorek to Shenton Business LTD, 124.966 acres at 668 Lansing Lane, $2,226,000.

William David Waterfill and Elizabeth Waterfill to Patricia L. Routt and Mark E. Routt, 315 Colony Drive, $180,000.

Thomas R. Drury and Nettie S. Drury to Feona C. Barnett, 111 Shetland Lane, $195,000.

Troye Shipp, Elizabeth Early Shipp and Teresa Wilhoit to Patrick L. Davis, 149.892 acres at 1202 Big Sink Pike, $820,000.

Charles Bradley Fister to Michael Alan Griebe, 11 Pinckard Pike, quitclaim deed.

Charles Bradley Fister to Michael Alan Griebe, 224 Helmsley Lane, quitclaim deed.

Jack Shepherd to Katie Frederick Johnson and Stephen Millard Johnson, 1000 Cedar Ridge Lane, $290,000.

Drury Properties, LLC to Michael E. Kelly and Teresa Kelly, 700 Eureka Drive, $175,500.

Lawrence Walton and Bethany Walton to William P. Gerrald and Laura Caitlin Pegram Gerrald, 211 Locust Grove Way, $253,000.

Connie Lewis to Justin Wade Angel, 177 Cleveland Avenue, $70,000.

William P. Gerrald and Laura Gerrald to Sarah Morris, 432 Tincher Drive, $225,000.

Aaron D. Corle and Nora B. Corle to Amanda J. Simmerman and Abraham J. Simmerman, 65 Sellers Mill Road, $150,000.

Carol A. McCoy and Anthony W. McCoy to Phillip Aaron Kirkland and Shelley M. Kirkland, 139 South Hill Road, $287,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Beth Michele Jordan and John Francis Simms Kelly; Hannah Rae Hisle and Steven Charles Workman; Melissa Louise Camidge and Pauline Farler; Brittany Nicole Henderlight and Lucas Jeffrey Stoiber; Alexandra Bacani Kiefer and Valentin Alexander Staller; Hope Elizabeth Garcia and Devon James Griffith; Hayley Leanne Hammons and Andrew John Mendey; Lora Katherine Nation and Elijah Luke Harris; Carrie Ann Rollins and David Anthony Delehanty; Kimberly Dawn Johnson and Jordan Ryan Clevenger; Margaret Elizabeth Bryant and Elrico Cartreall Hymon.

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