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PUBLIC RECORDS - June 14th

District Court

Week of June 4

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

No operator’s/moped license – Jose Antonio, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $743; Maribel Meneses-Rosales, $243; Suzzeth P. Castaneda, combined with speeding, $343.

Speeding – Adam P. Beschizza, $173; Tyler Y. Burton, $243; Deiona Y. Clay, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $223; Miriam P. Cruz, combined with operating vehicle with expired operator’s license, $213; Joshua P. Denham, $143 plus state traffic school; David T. Gill, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $273; Chasity M. King, $260.50; Damon L. Lowe, combined with careless driving, $243 plus state traffic school; Eduardo Martinez, $143 plus state traffic school; Colton T. Riggs, $143 plus state traffic school; Margaret M. Story, $143 plus state traffic school; Shelby J. Watkins, $143 plus state traffic school.

No/expired registration plates – Danny L. Bryant, $163; Brittney A. Buckner, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668; Richard A. Kirkpatrick, $163; Derrick C. Naylor, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $368.

DUI – Brian C. Despain, $743 plus four days with one day credit or six days home incarceration; Chellsey Spivey, combined with instructional permit violations, $793; Hugo Sanchez-Sanchez, $718 plus four days with credit.

Failure to or improper signal – Michael L. Dever, $163.

License to be in possession – Jacqueline A. Jones, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, second offense, $443.

Careless driving – Landon M. Owens, $143 plus state traffic school.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Chasity H. Phillips, $25.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Taras V. Revko, $243.

Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Jaytri L. Bernardo, address unavailable, $310.50; Seivan A. Schooling, address unavailable, combined with no insurance, $410.50; William R. Grose, 110 Dan Drive, $310.50; J.C. Hopper, 100 South Hill Road, $310.50; Robert D. Mattox, 118 North Main Street, $310.50.

Trafficking in marijuana – Antonio Shuford, Lexington, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, and second- and third-degree possession of a controlled substance, $260.50 plus four days with four days credit.

Theft by unlawful taking from vehicle – Kenneth D. Burton, address unavailable, $210.50.

Possession of synthetic drugs – Daniel King, 109 Macey Avenue, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, $310.50.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to four accidents involving injuries, 13 non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summonses and made six arrests.

On June 1 at 9:41 a.m., Kristi F. Stutzenberger, 49, of Frankfort, was driving her Mercedes 250 east on I-64. She told police she began to hydroplane and lost control off the right side of the road. The vehicle went down an embankment, hit an earth/rock wall head-on, and came to rest in the eastbound emergency lane. She was taken to Baptist Hospital.

On June 1 at 5:30 p.m., a Ford Explorer driven by Alexandra L. Knowles, 41, of Lexington, and a Chevrolet Impala driven by Daryl S. Miller, 41, of Lawrenceburg, were stopped on Leestown Road at the intersection with Fishers Mill Road. The vehicles were facing east and waiting on another vehicle to turn left when a Honda Accord driven by Jessica D. Dotson, 27, of Frankfort, struck the Explorer, which struck the Impala. Dotson told police she wasn’t paying attention. Woodford County EMS personnel responded to the accident.

On June 4 at 12:34 p.m., a Subaru Outback driven by Mark Mahan, 50, of 3335 Shannon Run Road, and a Nissan Rogue driven by Rachelle Foley, 33, of 121 Big Sink Road, were parked in the grass on Ashbrook Farm near a paddock. Ruby M. Cato, 71, of Lexington, was driving a Kia Sportage and told police she hit the accelerator instead of the brakes and struck the Outback, which struck the Rogue. Cato’s vehicle then struck the Outback again and went through a plank fence. Woodford County EMS personnel responded to the scene.

On June 6 at 7:19 p.m., a Nissan Quest driven by Yuri E. Abrego, 41, of Jasper, Ind., rear-ended a Ford Escort driven by Dennis R. Schuman, 61, of Shelbyville. Police say Abrego fell asleep at the wheel. Woodford County EMS personnel responded to the scene.

On June 7, a store on Crossfield Drive reported a loss of $1,428.77 through theft by deception.

On June 7, a citation/summons was issued at Save-A-Lot for the shoplifting of $90.19 worth of merchandise.

On June 8, wheels and tires worth a total of $250 were reported stolen on Spring Run Road.

On June 6, a citation/summons was issued on Macey Avenue involving possession of marijuana and failure to wear a seatbelt.

On June 7, a flip phone was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $50.

On June 4, a debit card was reported stolen at Bluegrass Community Hospital.

On May 25, police made an arrest at a South Main Street convenience store for possession of marijuana and shoplifting.

On June 7, possession of methamphetamine was reported at the Circle K on South Main Street.

On June 6, a Lexington Street store reported the shoplifting of $47.17 worth of merchandise.

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

On May 26, police made an arrest on Paddock Drive involving possession of an open alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle and DUI.

On June 3, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for DUI, possession of Adderall and careless driving.

On June 3, a seven-month-old Pit Bull worth $300 was reported stolen from a home on Paddock Drive.

On June 6, police made an arrest on Shetland Lane for non-payment of fines and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license.

On June 4, police issued a citation/summons at a home on Cherry Hill Court.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters performed 34 EMS assists and installed one car seat during the past week.

On June 5, they responded to a mulch fire at Kroger.

On June 8, they performed an elevator rescue at Margaret Hall.

On June 9, they responded to an alarm set off by a power outage at Margaret Hall, a vehicle accident on Falling Springs Boulevard and performed a welfare check on North Main Street.

On June 10, they responded to a smoke detector on Boston Drive.

County

Firefighters performed five EMS assists during the past week.

On June 5, they responded to a vehicle fire on I-64 West.

On June 6, they responded to vehicle accidents on Midway Road and Pinckard Pike.

On June 8, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 at mile marker 62.

On June 9, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 at mile marker 67.

Animal Control

Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray cat: a domestic, short-haired neutered male, orange and white tabby.

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

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Mary A. Douglas vs. Arvil R. Douglas Jr.; Heather C. Varner vs. Adrain L. Varner Jr.

Alisha Adkins vs. Thomas R. Gillispie for sole custody and support of minor child.

Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Joe Uttinger, et al., for $73,735.15 plus interest, late fees, costs, attorney fees and other advances claimed due on a debt.

Freedom Mortgage Corporation vs. Michael R. McNeely Jr. for $254,676.82 plus interest, late fees, negative escrow accounts and costs claimed due on a debt.

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Amalfi Pimental for contempt of court ruling and wage assignment for alleged arrears in child support.

Stone Creek Financial, Incorporated vs. Kyle R. Goodrich, et al., for $5,171.78 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS

Lewis S. Soltese and Yvonne Soltese to Freeda G. Pease, 2012 Apple Road, $259,900.

Jarrod W. Randolph and Larissa J. Randolph to Jason Vickers and Lacey Vickers, 1061 Cedar Ridge Lane, $300,000.

Ball Homes, LLC to Grant W. McElwain and Erin C. McElwain, 5024 Prairie Rose Way, $335,619.

Ball Homes, LLC to Charles K. Barnes and Victoria L. Barnes, 3033 Rose Bud Road, $303,017.

Melissa Turpie and David Turpie to Vanessa Johan Ramirez and Diane Michelle Cutright, 817 Flint Ridge Road, $335,000.

Michael Griebe to MMR Investments, Inc. (Michael Griebe, president), 11 Pinckard Pike, quitclaim deed.

Kevin D. Hisel to Jon C. Dodds and Lindsey S. Dodds, 1013 Bluegrass Road, $519,000.

Paula L. Bausemer and Harold L. Dickinson to Sherri E. Tompkins, 337 Smith Street, Midway, $147,500.

Diane B. Caudell to Thomas J. Stickel and Brooke Patterson-Stickel, 304 Ashby Court, $207,500.

Ann Lefever, Richard Snyder and Nicole Lefever to HSD Group, LLC (Loretta Hafley, member) 241 Morgan Street, $209,500.

Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association) to Kenneth D. Stiles Jr., 1667 Germany Road, $246,000.

Jason A. Willoughby and Laura D. Willoughby to John G. Greene and Shelly S. Greene, 6010 Hiddenaway Lane, $640,000.

Melissa G. Bolin to Jonathan Travis Marshall and Jennifer Anne Yann, 985 Lane Circle, $310,000.

Letitia Preston and Donna Miller, as co-executors of the Billy C. Chowning estate, to Rita S. Maple, 436 South Main Street, $190,000.

Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Carol A. Turner-Lodmell and James R. Lodmell, 7245 McCracken Pike, $53,000.

Annie Laura Frazier and John Bradley Frazier to Robert Todd Sayre and Aimee Xander Sayer, 6048 Crabapple Road, $385,000.

Phillips Incorporated to Sarah Mudd, 401 South Gratz Street, Midway, $175,000.

Eleanor June Rolph to Larry Young and Phyllis Young, 3689 Huntertown Road, $199,900.

The Downtown Company, LLC (Jonathan L. Gay, member) to Joseph L. Gay, 202 Frankfort Street, $326,301.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Cassandra Marie Burns and William Edward Starks; Lauren Michela-Rose Stevens and Leighton Dean Lavey; Katherine Nicole Adams and Matthew Tyler Scott Allen; Robert Daniel Owens and Sarah Grace Merryman.

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