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District Court

Week of June 25

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

Disregarding stop sign – Kary L. Allen, $168.

Speeding – John W. Baletka, combined with possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $188; Michael A. Buchanan, $163; Timothy S. Butler II, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $679; Luke A. Caldwell, $163; Tera S. Cobb, $163; Zachary A. Cummins, combined with no/expired registration plates and failure of owner to maintain required insurance; Trieal Ellis, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $273; Brittney N. Engle, combined with reckless driving and failure to wear seatbelt, $223; Madeline J. Fish, $143 plus state traffic school; Haden T. Fox, $163; Patricia A. Galloway, $143 plus state traffic school; Jordan K. Johnson, $163; Morgan D. Kieffer, $143 plus state traffic school; Cecil A. Martin, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and no insurance, $288; Johnna Montgomery, $143 plus state traffic school; Jose Montufar, combined with no operator’s license, $283; Antonio C. Morton, $163; Hannah S. O’Dell, $143 plus state traffic school; Alexus A. Richardson, combined with no/expired registration plates, $163; Kristen A. Sprouse, $143 plus state traffic school; Crobin T. Steverson, $163; Silvia G. Torres, $243; Christopher D. Vanhoose, $163; Ashley P. Verdi, $143 plus state traffic school; Cleveland A. Williams, combined with license to be in possession, $213.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Lisa Disciplina, combined with booster seat violations, $218; Tyler Dunn, $25; Stuart A. Menk, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, $443.

No operator’s license in possession – April M. Helm, $50.

Failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance – Jacob M. Hyde, $243.

Possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle – Justin D. Beglau, $178.

Passing loading/unloading school/church bus – Wesley Morris, $243.

DUI – Dillon Wheeler, second offense, $893 plus 37 days, serve seven with one day credit.

Misdemeanors

Theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting – Miranda D. Duvall, 179 Cleveland Avenue, $185.50 plus 32 days, serve two with credit and balance probated for two years; Charles M. Hansel, 523 Clifton Road, combined with possession of marijuana, $185.50 plus 94 days, serve four with credit and balance probated for two years.

Possession of drug paraphernalia – Eric Rodgers, 113 Chestnut Lane, $210.50; Notosha L. Oertli, Georgetown, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, public intoxication (controlled substance) and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle; Patrick N. Dozier, Lawrenceburg, $210.50.

Possession of marijuana – Rodolfo Rojas-Peralta, Lexington, $260.50; Justin H. Wills, 143 Emerson Drive, combined with speeding, $315.50.

Trafficking in marijuana – Charles Hansel, 523 Clifton Road, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication (controlled substance), 92 days, serve two with two days credit and balance probated for two years.

Police Reports

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

On June 30, possession of drug paraphernalia was reported on Douglas Avenue.

On June 29, a trailer and other equipment worth $8,800 was reported stolen on AP Indy Lane.

On June 30, a door lock/plate was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $25.

On June 30, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in the Speedway parking lot.

On June 26, a forged $20 bill was reported at United Bank.

On June 30, a Kia Optima was reported vandalized outside a home on Tyrone Pike.

On June 29, hedge trimmers and other items worth a total of $960.82 were reported stolen from an office building on Frankfort Street.

On June 28, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road.

On June 30, windows and screens on AP Indy Lane were reported broken, with damage estimated at $250.

On June 29, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at the Bombshell Hair Salon.

On July 1, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in a Green Gables Drive parking lot that caused $14,000 in damage to a Hyundai Accent.

On July 1, a Ford Explorer worth $1,000 was reported stolen from a home on McDavid Drive.

On June 28, terroristic threatening was reported on Quail Run Road.

On June 28, police made an arrest on Midway Road involving alcohol intoxication in a public place and carrying a concealed deadly weapon.

On June 28, a citation/summons for possession of marijuana was issued on South Locust Road.

On June 27, police made an arrest on Frankfort Street for DUI, first-degree wanton endangerment and first-degree fleeing or evading police.

On June 26, a Glock handgun worth $500 was reported stolen from a home on Camden Avenue.

On June 26, unauthorized use of a Mercury Mystique worth $1,500 was reported at a home on Mildred Street.

On June 26, police began a death investigation at a Ryne Court home.

On June 25, a Toyota Tundra was reported vandalized at a home on Blue Spruce Court, with damage estimated at $500.

On June 25, a citation/summons was issued on Lexington Road for disregarding a stop sign, failure to produce an insurance card and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters performed 25 EMS assists and installed three car seats in the past week.

On June 29, they responded to a malfunctioning alarm at Equestrian Park.

On June 30, they responded to a cooking fire on Flint Ridge Road that had been extinguished by the time they arrived.

County

Firefighters performed three EMS assists in the past week.

On June 26, they responded to a smoke detector on Eureka Drive and a CO2 detector on Riva Ridge Road.

On June 28, they responded to a false alarm on Locust Grove Lane.

On June 30, they responded to a vehicle accident on McCracken Pike.

Animal Control

Woodford County Animal Control (879-0598) is holding the following stray dogs: a reddish tan and white female terrier mix, and a cream colored, female poodle mix.

The following cat is being held: a very small, brown tabby and white domestic short-haired kitten.

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 – Cedar Branch Shapiro vs. Emily E. Shapiro; William J. Rush vs. Erin J. Rush.

Duane R. Halliday vs. Natasha Coffey, et al., for visitation with minor child.

Discover Bank vs. Pamela J. Ankeny for $6,579.93 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.

Paul Riddell, et al., vs. Cynthia K. Green, et al., for custody of minor child.

DEEDS

The Shoemaker Family Revocable Trust (John B. Shoemaker, trustee) to Carlos Alberto Charry and Evelyn Carrie Charry, 4125 West Leestown Road, Midway, $280,000.

William Wallace Johnston to Ethan Tilden Davis and Fannie Maquaire Davis, an undivided one-fourth interest in 9401 Troy Pike, $251,900.

Bernice Dale Stevens and Amelia Nicole Stevens to Mario Islas, 224 Blackhawk Circle, $120,000.

Rodney L. Poynter and Julia Truitt Poynter to Ken Edwin Dean and Cindy Meredith Dean, 11854 Troy Pike, $190,000.

Michael Scott Goodlett, Anna K. Goodlett, Sharon Ann Sloan, Jimmy G. Sloan and Sharon Ann Sloan, as executor of the Golden Mae Goodlett estate, to Jacob K. Hardin, 147 Camden Avenue, $128,000.

Jason Dell Gribbins and Christine Marie Gribbins to James Edward Dorough III and Laurie Beth Dorough, 998 Lane Circle, $365,000.

Joan W. Phillips to the W. Joan Phillips Revocable Living Trust (W. Joan Phillips, trustee), 7599 McCowans Ferry Road, $10 and other consideration, quitclaim deed.

Diamond Cut and Care, Inc. (Adnan Trgo, director) to Don C. Lewis III and Allison N. Lewis, 105 Plumtree Court, $231,600.

Sills Ltd. Properties Corp. (Phillip Todd Sills, president) to Clark Slone Jr., 117 Macey Avenue, $123,000.

James D. Woods and Carol R. Woods to Tony Shaw and Marisa Shaw, 5790 McCracken Pike, $115,000.

Howard E. Sellers III and Julia Sellers to Legends Development, LLC (Dennis Lee Andrews, president of members), 55.97 acres at 906 Troy Pike (north of Southside Elementary School), $1,500,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Shannon Marie Barnett and Jason Matthew Sebastian Harris; Sandy W. Andrews and Robert Franklin Moore; Emily Rose McDermott and James Tyler Carter.

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