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PUBLIC RECORDS

District Court

Week of Sept. 10

Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Traffic

Reckless driving – Ryan D. Angulo, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $468 plus 61 days, serve one with credit; Charlie H. Cheng, combined with speeding, $198 plus state traffic school; Oran S. Finder, combined with speeding, $198 plus state traffic school.

No/expired registration plates – Kara M. Bishop, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $275; Matthew N. Fain, combined with speeding, $185; Josue Ginez, combined with failure to/improper signal, no operator’s/moped license and failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $793; Carol B. Nesbit, combined with speeding, $188; Amy B. Montgomery, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668.

Speeding – Forrest L. Bowman, $143 plus state traffic school; Kaitlin S. Diebold, $143 plus state traffic school; Amanda J. Driscoll, state traffic school; Ibn L. Green, state traffic school; Tyler B. Hatton, $163; Amber L. Hettrick, $143 plus state traffic school; Thomas L. Jenkins, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, Zachary R. Kirk, $198; Ella S. Loyd, state traffic school; Yurianela N.M. Exposito, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $673; Navin N. Pang, $198; Kelli M. Smith, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $262; Isabel Vasquez-Lopez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $383; Emma K. Vogelsang, $173.

Failure to wear seatbelt – James F. Broughton Jr., $25; Michaela Taylor, $25.

Failure to file accident report – William Coy-Geeslin, $193.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Lance M. Dubicki, $368.

No operator’s/moped license – Shelly L. Franklin, $243.

Disregarding traffic regulation – Nikolay P. Grishchuk, $168.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Stephanie N. Hughes, $393.

No operator’s license in possession – Lee J. Mosley, $218.

Rear license not illuminated – Richard N. Kincaid, five days with credit.

Misdemeanors

Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Ashley N. Walls, 216 Arbor Place, third offense, 30 days; Steven R. Olekas, 436 South Main Street, first, second and third offenses, $486.

Theft by deception (includes cold checks) – Eula G. Campbell, 101 Luther Bland Court, three counts, $502.83; Daniel K. Wilkinson, Hustonville, $381.50.

Possession of marijuana – Herbert T. Reed, 810 Tyrone Pike, $260.50; Marquita M. Thomas, Lexington, $260.50; Toshiana M. Walker, Lexington, $310.50; Darryl D. Whitfield, Lexington, combined with speeding, $310.50; Jonathan D. Willingham, Lexington, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, $310.50; Justin Pittman, Nicholasville, combined with DUI, failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,368 plus 44 days, serve seven with credit and balance probated for two years.

Fleeing or evading police – Frank D. Whitney, Jr., Frankfort, combined with DUI, two offenses, $1,636 plus 44 days, serve 14 with two days credit and balance probated for two years.

Theft by unlawful taking – Rakin M. Baker, 404 Ryne Court, $277.50 plus 95 days, serve five with credit and balance probated for two years.

Other

Failure to pay – Richard N. Kincaid, address unavailable, five days with credit.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to four motor vehicle accidents involving injuries, 16 non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints and made two arrests.

On Sept. 7 at 11:39 a.m., a Buick LaSabre was southbound on Hanley Lane approaching McCracken Pike. Evidence shows the vehicle’s passenger side tires went off the right side of the road, then the vehicle returned to the road before skidding off the right side of the road and striking the stop sign, then a tree. The driver, Desmond W. Marcum, 24, of Stamping Ground, was taken to UK Chandler Hospital, as were three passengers, Angelique Frisby, 22, Brayden Frisby, 3, and Jackson Morrison, 2.

On Sept. 9 at 7:07 a.m., a Chevrolet Cruze driven by Mark D. Doughty, 31, of Harrodsburg, was on I-64 when it veered towards construction barrels on the edge of the road. Doughty overcorrected, went off the right side of the road and flipped, landing right-side up. Doughty told police he was on the cell phone when the accident happened. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police cited cell phone use and not being under proper control as factors in the crash.

On Sept. 9 at 6:17 p.m., a Nissan Titan driven by Jordan L. Maynard, 37, of Georgetown, and a Toyota Highlander driven by Daniel C. Maggart, 40, of Georgetown, were northbound on U.S. 421 towards Frankfort. Maynard said a fly in his vehicle apparently landed on his leg. He looked down and rear-ended Maggart’s vehicle. Maggart was taken to Georgetown Community Hospital by private vehicle. Police cited Maynard’s distraction as the reason for the crash.

On Sept. 12 at 8:42 a.m., George A. Busseni, 72, of Frankfort, was driving a Lexus LS 460 and had stopped in the right lane at the red light on the U.S. 60 Bypass at the intersection with Lexington Road. Busseni said he was rear-ended by a Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by Johnathan M. Tucker, 32, of Frankfort. Busseni said when the light turned green, he pulled into the Woodford Feed parking lot to call police and saw Tucker drive into the lot and strike several wooden pallets. Tucker was unconscious and was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital.

On Sept. 14, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on East Green Street that caused $500 in damage to a truck.

On Sept. 14, a jewelry chest, jewelry and lawnmower worth a total of $1,500 were reported stolen from a home on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

On Sept. 16, a Scion SB was reported vandalized outside a Dunroven Road home, with damage estimated at $400.

On Sept. 15, $30 in cash was reported stolen from Dollar General.

On Sept. 14, cash and a money order worth a total of $649 were reported stolen at Quad/Graphics.

On Sept. 13, first-degree indecent exposure was reported at a Park Street home.

On Sept. 6, a two-month-old Rottweiler worth $400 was reported stolen from a home on Marsailles Road.

On Sept. 12, harassing communications were reported at a home on Redbud Court.

On Sept. 10, more than $100 in cash was reported stolen from a home on Luther Bland Court.

On Sept. 12, first-degree criminal trespassing was reported at a home on Marsailles Road.

On Sept. 12, police made an arrest in a field off West Leestown Pike for failure to appear, flagrant non-support and fleeing or evading police on foot.

On Sept. 12, DUI was reported at a Lexington Road convenience store.

On Sept. 12, third-degree criminal trespassing, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana were reported at Kroger.

On Sept. 12, police made an arrest on Frankfort Road for improper display of registration plates, DUI and possession of marijuana.

On Aug. 30, harassing communications and first-degree wanton endangerment were reported at a home on Northampton Court.

On Aug. 27, shoplifting of $3 in merchandise was reported at the Marathon on Lexington Street.

On Sept. 11, $80 in cash was reported stolen from the Shell on Green Gables Drive in Midway.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 21 EMS assists during the past week.

On Sept. 11, they responded to a vehicle accident on Lexington Road.

On Sept. 13, they checked a controlled burn on Bryanwood Drive.

On Sept. 14, they responded to a smoke detector on Princess Circle.

On Sept. 17, they responded to a tractor trailer chemical spill on the Bluegrass Parkway (see photo on page 3).

County

Firefighters made one EMS assist during the past week.

On Sept. 11, they responded to a fire alarm at Moss Hill Country Club set off by a bad smoke detector.

On Sept. 13, they responded to an alarm set off by burnt food on Troy Pike.

On Sept. 14, they responded to a vehicle fire on I-64 and possible accidents on Troy Pike and West Leestown Road.

On Sept. 17, they responded to an alarm at Woodford Reserve set off by a malfunctioning conveyor motor, a utility pole on fire on West Leestown Road and the tractor trailer fire on the Bluegrass Parkway.

Public Records

Suits

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – John Jensen vs. Amy Miller; Della M. Singleton vs. Samuel J. Singleton; Jeffrey A. Payton vs. Shawna L. Payton.

Victoria L. Keiper vs. Ryan A. Keiper for temporary joint custody and maintenance for minor child.

Michael Lawson vs. Timothy Thompson for damages, interest, attorney fees and costs for alleged breach of contract.

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Hollie E. Isaacs for support for minor child.

OneMain Financial Services vs. Adrienne Ferrell for $5,105.45 plus costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.

Velocity Investments, LLC vs. Scott Upton for $9,555.81 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

Capital One Bank, N.A. vs. Toshiko Gaither for $8,762 plus costs claimed due on a debt

DEEDS

Rhonda Hall to James Ross Jackson and Heather Jackson, 210 and 211 Cardinal Avenue, $97,500.

Commonwealth Credit Union to Falin M. McKenzie, 239 Montgomery Avenue, $123,000.

Mirandor Farms LTD (Henry Clay Simpson Jr., president) to Ryan Mahan, 46.17 acres at 1488 Dry Ridge Road, $697,000.

Adam Madara to Charles Campbell and Kathryn Lyn Algiere-Campbell, 311 Magnolia Circle, $150,500.

Alice F. Park and Michael J. Park to John R. Williams and Bennett B. Williams, 1727 McCowans Ferry Road, $750,000.

Jon C. Dodds and Lindsey S. Dodds to Steven Kirchof and Stacy Kirchof, 5018 Venetian Way, $340,000.

Scot Bontsema, as guardian for Ronald Bontsema, to Stephen G. Haney and Patricia S. Haney, 104 Buffalo Trace, $290,000.

Steven R. Robinson and Jackie L. Robinson to Matthew Taydus and Erin Taydus, 3005 Oak Hill Lane, $400,000.

William L. Vandergrift and Janice S. Vandergrift to William Bev McClain and Cheryl A. McClain, 4060 Troy Pike, $875,000.

Paul Allen Helmburg and Sue Helmburg to Paul A. Helmburg and Kimberly A. Conner, 859 Lillards Ferry Road, $275,000.

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