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Public Records - September 13th

District Court

Jail docket, Aug. 31

Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Johnathan Cedillo, 4410 Troy Pike, combined with DUI, possession of drug paraphernalia and no operator’s/moped license, $718 plus four days with credit.

Drinking alcoholic beverage in a public place – Robert A. Richard, 272 Church Street, first and second offense, combined with alcohol intoxication in a public place, 30 days.

Circuit Court

Sept. 5, 9 a.m.

Jeremy Mattox, judge

Sentencing

Johnnie Ann Adams, 54, of Lawrenceburg, was placed on five years probation for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, controlled substance prescription not in original container (misdemeanor) and criminal attempt to trafficking in a controlled substance (misdemeanor).

Ashley N. Walls, 28, of Versailles, was placed on three years pretrial diversion (in-house treatment) for first-degree possession of a controlled substance. If Walls successfully completes the period of diversion, she will not serve a one-year prison sentence and the felony charge will be dismissed.

Pleas

Dovontia M. Reed, 25, formerly of Medina, Ohio, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-degree robbery, convicted felon in possession of a handgun and receiving stolen property (firearm). The commonwealth recommended seven years in prison and restitution (to be determined).

Eric Lewis Rodgers, 28, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. The commonwealth recommended two years in prison (five years probation).

Arraignments

Bocephus M. Corbin, 32, of Oldsmar, Fla., pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Richard W. Craig II, 38, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport.

Allyson Ross, 29, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to five counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and five counts of theft by deception (over $500).

Trial dates

Collin G. Cantonese, 22, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a Jan. 22-23, 2019 (new date) jury trial to face charges of second-degree burglary (two counts), theft by unlawful taking (over $500), five counts of tampering with a witness, tampering with physical evidence and second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.

Gary Norris, 56, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a Dec. 17-18 jury trail to faces charges of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, first-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking (over $500), third-degree criminal mischief (misdemeanor), theft of mail matter and theft by deception (under $500).

Sept. 5, 1 p.m.

Brian Privett, judge

Sentencing

Matthew R. Baxter, 35, of Irvin, was placed on three years probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance. A one-year prison sentence was suspended.

David Stephen Clark, 21, of Versailles, was placed on five years pretrial diversion (in-house treatment) after pleading guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment and two counts of receiving stolen property (firearm). If Clark successfully completes the diversion, he will not serve a five-year prison sentence and the felony charges will be dismissed.

Enoch Smith Jr., 36, of Lawrenceburg, was placed on five years probation (in-house treatment) and ordered to pay $1,867 restitution for nine counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception (over $500). A three-year prison sentence was suspended.

Micah Manley, 19, of Versailles, was sentenced to five years in prison for two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and two counts of receiving stolen property (firearm).

Pleas

Joseph R. Curtis, 50, of Berea, pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception (over $500). The commonwealth recommended one year in prison and $2,269.44 restitution.

Donald Wayne Drury, 78, of Naples, Fla. (formerly of Versailles), pleaded guilty to three counts of first-degree sexual abuse and third-degree sodomy. The commonwealth recommended 10 years in prison.

Arraignments

Robert E. Cochran Jr., 60, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to theft by deception (over $500).

Christopher C. Davis, 26, of Lawrenceburg, pleaded not guilty to third-degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking (under $500).

Bryan K. Drury, 49, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Kimberly Ann Drury, 30, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and public intoxication (controlled substance/misdemeanor).

Brittany Ehrlich, 33, of Midway, pleaded not guilty to welfare fraud.

David Rich Evans, 39, of Lawrenceburg, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Joshua L. Hale, 30, of Nicholasville, pleaded not guilty to theft by deception (over $500), six counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

Christopher A. Rust, 38, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to trafficking in a controlled substance and being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

Kenny R. Smith, 38, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to trafficking in a controlled substance.

Christopher S. Taylor, 25, of Campbellsville, pleaded not guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces/misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and controlled substance prescription not in original container (misdemeanor).

Joe A. Truman, 27, of Eminence, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport.

Probation

Jason E. Lemons, 39, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence for violating terms of his probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.

Ross L. Phar, 30, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a five-year prison sentence for two counts of first-degree assault, two counts of third-degree assault (police/probation officer) and first-degree fleeing or evading police.

Shamekia Washington, 39, of Versailles, was ordered to serve out a two-year prison sentence for violating terms of probation for fraudulent use of a credit card (over $500).

Trial date

William Russell III, 50, of Lawrenceburg, was scheduled to return for a Nov. 19-20 jury trial to face charges of second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking (less than $500) and being a first-degree felony offender.

Indictments (August)

Joe A. Truman, 27, of Eminence, charged with flagrant nonsupport.

Bocephus M. Corbin, 32, of Oldsmar, Fla., charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Joseph W. Hager, 29, of Paris, charged with flagrant nonsupport.

Richard W. Craig II, 38, of Versailles, charged with flagrant nonsupport.

Brian K. Drury, 49, of Versailles, charged with possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

David R. Evans, 39, of Lawrenceburg, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Rachel Garland, 21, of Knoxville, Tenn., charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Nicholas Batts, 21, of Lexington, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

Brittany Ehrlich, 33, of Midway, charged with welfare fraud.

Javier Diaz, 40, of Versailles, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to one accident involving injuries, 12 non-injury accidents, five domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summonses and made five arrests.

On Aug. 30 at 6:42 a.m., a Chevrolet Silverado driven by Gregory E. Carl, 48, of 395 Princess Circle, was waiting to turn left from the U.S. 60 Bypass onto Big Sink Road with a flashing yellow turn signal. A Dodge Ram 1500 driven by Timothy T. Ferguson, 62, of Lexington, was westbound on the bypass and a Nissan Altima driven by Raul E. Garcia, 48, was behind Carl’s vehicle. Ferguson’s vehicle went into the intersection and Carl failed to yield, striking Ferguson’s vehicle, which struck Garcia’s. Carl and Ferguson were taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say Carl failed to yield, misjudged the clearance and that his vehicle was not under proper control.

On Aug. 24, $1,520 in cash was reported stolen from Journey Church.

On Sept. 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident that damaged a Ford Focus.

On Aug. 30, a vehicle was reported passing a loading/unloading church/school bus.

On Sept. 7, a citation/summons was issued on South Main Street for possession of marijuana.

On Sept. 7, police made an arrest on Nottingham Drive for violation of a Kentucky EPO and public intoxication, controlled substance.

On Sept. 7, identity theft was reported on Riva Ridge Road.

On Sept. 7, criminal possession of a forged prescription was reported at CVS.

On Sept. 6, chainsaws and other equipment worth a total of $1,929.77 were reported stolen from the Versailles Cemetery.

On Sept. 3, harassing communications were reported on Ryne Court.

On Aug. 26, a truck and cash worth a total of $1,650 were reported stolen from a home on Cummins Ferry Road.

On Sept. 4, a citation was issued on Oak Street for first-degree criminal trespassing.

On Aug. 30, police made an arrest on South Hill Road for trafficking in synthetic drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Aug. 31, the front doors of a church on Kingsway Drive were reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $500.

On Aug. 31, a Dodge Durango was reported vandalized on Kingsway Drive, with damage estimated at $500.

On Aug. 30, a Lawrenceburg resident reported harassing communications and the distribution of obscene matter.

On Aug. 29, harassing communications and third-degree terroristic threatening were reported at a home on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

On Sept. 2, second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree criminal mischief, and alcohol intoxication in a public place (first and second offenses) were reported at a Macey Avenue home.

On Aug. 31, identity theft was reported on Briarwood Drive.

On Sept. 2, two vehicles at a Kingsway Drive church were reported vandalized, with anti-religious motivation suspected.

On Aug. 30, tools worth $1,325 were reported stolen from a home on Lexington Road.

On Sept. 2, a trailer motor worth $125 was reported stolen from a home on Altamont Court.

On Sept. 1, police began a death investigation at a home on Curry Court.

On Sept. 2, police made an arrest on Kentucky Avenue for DUI, rear license not illuminated and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made nine EMS assists and installed one car seat during the past week.

On Sept. 4, they responded to smoke from an electrical short on Princess Circle.

On Sept. 6, they responded to a fire alarm on Frankfort Street and another at the same address after midnight.

On Sept. 10, they responded to a gas leak in the Kroger parking lot, a vehicle accident on Lexington Road, and a cooking fire on Park Street.

County

Firefighters made six EMS assists during the past week.

On Sept. 5, they responded to a gas odor on Canonero Way.

On Sept. 7, they responded to a vehicle accident on McCracken Pike.

On Sept. 8, they responded to a fire alarm on Duckers Road and a vehicle accident on I-64.

On Sept. 9, they responded to a cooking fire on Tincher Drive and vehicle accidents on the Bluegrass Parkway and West Leestown Road.

On Sept. 10, they responded to what turned out to be a malfunctioning alarm on McCowans Ferry Road.

Public Records

Deeds

Debra Deniece McCord and Alanna Michele Thomas, as trustees of the Geneva Harris Irrevocable Trust, to William Aaron Van Sickle and Lauren E. Van Sickle, 231 Montgomery Avenue, $221,400.

Floyd G. Roark and Barbara T. Roark to Ann Marie Urbanski, 4185 McCowans Ferry Road, $525,000.

Mark Schlickman to Michael Mundy, Janet Mundy and Michael Jason Mundy, 215 Berry Avenue, unit C, $93,000.

James A. Freeman to Lindsey A. Freeman, 2020 Lillards Ferry Road, quitclaim deed.

Ball Homes, LLC to Charles Hunter and Pamela Hunter, 5015 Prairie Way, $278,723.

Ridge View Real Estate, LLC (Kenny Ray Holbrook, member) to Mark A. Hamilton, 117 Ridge View Road, $188,000.

Barry W. Gaston and Debbie L. Gaston to Susan Burress and Wanda Lucas, 2211 Big Sink Pike, $375,000.

Ray A. Donnell and Jayne M. Donnell to Robert Kevin Randal, Patrick Alexander Randal and Steve Colburn, as co-trustees of the Randle Family Trust, 1776 Clifton Road, $375,000.

Betty Redden to John R. Edelen, 102 Brampton Place, $190,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Haley Morgan Cook and Corey Daniel Courtney; Chellsey Nicole Spivey and Steve Dale Abbott; Mira Roxanne Baker and Gabriel Jones Roxas; Martha Ellen Million and William Keith Sapp; Kaitlin Marie Prather and Joshua Andrew Sutton; Catherine Lynn Naiser and David Faragher Alexander; Gina Lee Nicole Evans and Joseph Scott Korby; Chelsea Leigh Riney and Jacob Edward Conner; Makayla Lenora Cochran and Edward Paul Guthier; Caitlin Michelle Smith and Clayton Reed Tipton; Haydon Chase Newby and Kerri Lynn Deakins; Hillary Mitchell Baumann and Timothy Devan Knittel; Rebecca Elizabeth Cooley and Marlin Tyler Guinn.

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