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District Court

Week of July 16

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

Disregarding stop sign – Ethelynn Angulo, $143 plus state traffic school; Grant M. Mattingly, $143 plus state traffic school; Jamie R. Price, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $188.

Speeding – Lamont T.L. Brown, $143 plus state traffic school; William N. Carey, $143 plus state traffic school; Dearmon N. Green Jr., $143 plus state traffic school; Brandon T. Hood, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, $415; Jaago A. Kalakan, $143 plus state traffic school; Jose Laloca-Garcia, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $271; Quentin S. Martin, $143 plus state traffic school; Judd L. Morton, combined with no/expired registration plates, failure to wear seatbelt and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $298; Madelynn R. Mullins, state traffic school; Simeon N. Ndahindurwa, combined with DUI, $798; Angel Rodiguez-Flores, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $283; Arturo Hernandez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, seven days with seven credit.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Sondra F. Cook, combined with booster seat violations, $75; Brett N. Williams, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $368.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Robert Cox, $368; Diego J.G. Lewis, combined with careless driving, $243; Mikyla S. Mosby, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance and DUI, $1,943; Benjamin T. Smith, combined with no/expired registration plates, $368; Mary L. Tracy, combined with disregarding traffic light, $368.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Daryl Doss, combined with improper registration plates, $668; Miguel Martinez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, seven days with seven credit.

Disregarding traffic light – Adam L. Manns, $168.

DUI – Marta F. Marcum, $743.

Misdemeanors

Theft by unlawful taking – Loretta L. Bailey, Frankfort, $281.25.

Theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting – Lisa M. Disciplina, 428 Wilson Ave., $185.50.

Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Joseph Eustice, 118 Queensway Drive, $200.50; Candace T. Murphy, 404 Ryne Court, $200.50; Juan J. Jackson, first and second offenses, Lexington, $175.50.

Disorderly conduct, second-degree – Robert Williams, 518 Linden Drive, $185.50 plus two days with credit.

Assault, fourth-degree, domestic violence – Mark A. Roark, 140 Griers Creek, $185.50 plus 183 days, serve three with three days credit and balance probated for two years.

Possession of controlled substance, second-degree – Jasmyn V. Sallee, 7037 Arbor Meadow Way, $760.50 plus 31 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to 10 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summonses and made four arrests.

On July 21, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Huntertown Road.

On July 21, a Kentucky vehicle registration plate was reported stolen on Tyrone Pike.

On July 17, $613 in merchandise was reported stolen from Ace Hardware.

On July 17, an arrest was made at Kroger for criminal trespassing and second-degree robbery involving $363.76 in merchandise.

On July 20, a black trailer worth $300 was reported stolen from a Frankfort Street parking lot.

On July 17, a wallet and $200 were reported stolen from a home on Briarwood Drive.

On July 21, fraudulent use of a credit card and a stolen wallet and debit cards were reported on Royal Ridge Court.

On July 21, a checkbook was reported stolen from a vehicle on Tincher Drive.

On July 13, first and second offenses of alcohol intoxication in a public place were reported on High Street.

On July 14, hedge trimmers worth $300 were reported stolen from a garage on Ridge Road.

On July 15, a black chihuahua with one white front paw named Smoky was reported stolen from a home on Duckers Road.

On July 16, a Kia Optima worth $5,000 and firearms worth $650 were reported stolen on Green Gables Drive in Midway.

On July 13, first-degree possession of a controlled substance was reported at a home on Pocahontas Trail.

On July 14, police made an arrest on Macey Avenue for possession of marijuana, speeding and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license.

On July 12, theft by deception involving two checks worth a total of $150 was reported at a bank on Marsailles Road.

On July 12, police issued a citation/summons on Kroger Way for DUI, possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana.

On July 8, DUI and possession of marijuana were reported on Minary Way.

On July 6, police issued a citation/summons on Frankfort Road for speeding and possession of methamphetamine.

On July 16, possession of marijuana was reported at an Amsden Avenue parking lot.

On July 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Cleveland Avenue causing $1,000 in damage to a Ford Taurus.

On July 6, theft by deception involving a bad check worth $101 was reported at a Lexington Street convenience store.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 30 EMS assists during the past week.

On July 18, they assisted with a lock-out on Bell Avenue.

On July 20, they serviced a smoke detector on Pine Grove Road, responded to an unfounded call on Park Street, a false alarm at LEDVANCE, a malfunctioning alarm at the Versailles Municipal Building, and responded to storm-related incidents on Douglas Avenue (twice), Huntertown Road, Bryanwood Drive, Big Sink Pike, Green Street, Clifton Road, Elm Street, Montgomery Avenue (twice), Angell Avenue, Bluegrass Community Hospital, Arbor Place (twice), South Main Street (twice), Tyrone Pike, Meadow Lane (three times), High Street, Preston Court, Amsden Avenue, Highview Drive, Elm Street Heights and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

On July 21, they responded to false alarms at NSG Pilkington and Margaret Hall Manor, a vehicle accident at the intersection of Crossfield Drive and the U.S. 60 Bypass, a gas leak on Loy Street, and storm-related incidents at Walnut Avenue, Green Street and Amsden Avenue (twice).

On July 22, they responded to a false alarm on Adena Trace, a carbon dioxide detector set off by a generator on Sugartree Lane, a smoke odor on Macey Avenue, and storm-related incidents on Angell Avenue, Woodson Avenue, Frankfort Street and Kay Avenue.

On July 23, they responded to a false alarm on Cedar Ridge Lane, a malfunctioning alarm at Woodford County Middle School, a vehicle accident on Troy Pike and a storm-related incident on Troy Pike.

County

Firefighters made eight EMS assists during the past week.

On July 18, they responded to an unfounded report of a vehicle accident on the Bluegrass Parkway, a burning wire smell on Hunters Ridge Road, a vehicle accident on Watts Ferry Road and investigated a report of an illegal burn on Oregon Road.

On July 20, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64, a lock-out on Foxtail Road, a report of smoke on the Bluegrass Parkway, and storm-related incidents on Lynnwood Drive, Midway Road (twice), McCowans Ferry Road (four times), McCracken Pike, Fords Mill Road, Old Frankfort Pike (twice), Hippe Agee Road, Gray Hawk Court and Huntertown Road.

On July 21, they investigated a carbon dioxide detector on Frankfort Road, checked a controlled burn on Lexington Road, and storm-related incidents on Berlin Drive, South Hill Road, Colony Drive and Canonero Way.

On July 22, they responded to vehicle accidents on I-64 and Georgetown Road, investigated a carbon dioxide detector on Frankfort Road and a smoke detector on Carter Court, and responded to a smoke alarm on Colony Drive set off by a power outage.

On July 23, they responded to a smoke alarm on Chestnut Lane set off by a power outage, a carbon dioxide detector on Frankfort Road, a vehicle accident on the Bluegrass Parkway, and a tree limb on a power line on Riva Ridge Road.

Public Records

Suits

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Destiny L. Coomer vs. Jonathan B. Coomer; Billy Jordan vs. Katherine Jordan.

Benjamin M. Wilson vs. Chelsey Whitaker for custody of minor child.

Bank of America, N.A. vs. Executive Mortgage, LLC, et al., for judgment declaring mortgage be assigned to plaintiff and mortgage declare satisfied.

American Express National Bank vs. Kevin Zeefe for $10,854.76 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.

Breckinridge Court and Associates, 2003 vs. Nicholas Vanderpool for $5,099.31 plus interest, costs and proper relief claimed due on a debt.

Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. Kimberly E. Johnson for $9,087.56 plus interest, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.

Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. David Bailey for $9,578.73 plus interest, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.

Alan R. Dorton, et al., vs. Select Design and Construction, LLC for $30,518.70 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.

Sylvia Logan vs. KWG Properties, LLC, et al., for damages, costs and attorney fees related to a November 2014 accident.

Deeds

Jerry Dean Ball and Shilon Lee Sechrest to McGehee Marsh and David Marsh, 233 Rose Hill Avenue, $475,000.

Douglas R. Sewell to Jerry Brett Hoskins and Shelley Marie Hoskins, 5905 Fords Mill Road, $95,000.

Joseph K. Reed and Ann Phillips to Shana Eldridge, 141 Emerson Drive, $150,000.

Shawn Broadus and Christeen Broadus to Jennifer Robinson and Charles Steven Robinson, 137 Gaybourne Way, $275,000.

Paul Justin Allen and Michelle Leigh Allen to Gregory Alan McDonald and Madalyn Sue McDonald, 340 Eureka Road, $287,000.

Hoffman Family Farms, LLC to Robert M. Hoffman, 3624 Shannon Run Road, other consideration.

Hoffman Family Farms, LLC to Lisette S. Lux, 3628 Shannon Run Road, other consideration.

Hoffman Family Farms, LLC to Adalla, LLC (Charles A. Hoffman III, owner/president), 3630 Shannon Run Road, other consideration.

Rebecca Hernandez and Salvador M. Hernandez to Esbin R. De Leon Orellana and Suezie M. Cornett, 335 Chestnut Lane, $145,000.

Chipperfield, LLC to Jeremy William Hendricks and Megan Louanne Hendricks, 106 Elizabeth Street, $105,975.

Ronald Earl Hammond and Christian Hammond to Tamara L. Ward and Todd C. Ward, 40 acres on Fords Mill Road, $210,000.

Nila Marksberry, as executor of the Alice L. Marksberry estate, to Christine Louann Waldner, as trustee of the Alice L. Marksberry trust, 504 Raven Road, $92,000.

Roberta L. Leckbee, as trustee of the Roberta L. Leckbee Revocable Trust, to Robert L. Leckbee, 225 Chestnut Lane, $1.

Joyce M. Glass to Daniel Patrick Padgett and Ann Marie Padgett, 3010 Tim Tam Trail, $240,000.

Larry W. Young and Phyllis L. Young to Katrina Jackson, 3689 Huntertown Road, $205,000.

Kevin Preston to Mary Beth Carney, 325 Lower Clifton Road, $141,000.

Samuel Martinez and Stefani Martinez to Earl T. L. Ginter and Betty Ginter, 116 Chestnut Lane, $169,000.

Daniel Padgett and Ann Padgett to John Houchens, 337 Amsden Avenue, $165,000.

Centrust Capital Homes, LLC to Nina G. Barnes, 133B Rumsey Circle, $299,900.

Barry Irwin and Kathleen Irwin to Jonathan Rabinowitz and Kathleen Kelly Robinowitz, 240 Rose Hill Avenue, $800,000.

Barry Irwin and Kathleen Irwin to Jonathan Rabinowitz and Kathleen Kelly Robinowitz, 244 Rose Hill Avenue, $150,000.

Elizabeth J. LaMaster and Carl H. Jackson, as co-executors of the Joyce K. J. McCauley estate, to Hope S. Brovont and Glenn P. Brovont, 1030 Stourbridge Road, $353,000.

David M. Cunningham and Demetria Danielle Cunningham to Larry W. Green and Teresa Lee Green, 455 Wells Lane, $390,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Meredith Brooke Hill and Clinton Daniel Cox; Ann Elizabeth Edkins and Andrew William Meyer; Austin Michael Baker and Colby Alexa Thomas; Merja Helena Tamminen and Gene Edward Parks Jr.; Amy Allison Woodrum and Gregory Cunningham Dibos.

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