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PUBLIC RECORDS - October 25th

District Court

Week of Oct. 15

Vanessa Dickson, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Michael D. Agbar, $198; Giles W. Cole, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, second offense, $1,173; Steven S. Elder, combined with careless driving, $243; Corina V. Hawkins, $183; Broc A. Kuerzi, $163; Angela N. Previtera, combined with reckless driving, $198; Marvin L. Rogers, $163.

DUI – Bobby D. Belt, $743; Crystal D. Royse, $743.

Improper passing – Kira Bigam, $143 plus state traffic school.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Ashley R. Brooks, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $1,168; Quevonne N. Taylor, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $368.

Failure to maintain insurance – Nichole L. Gibson, $243.

No operator’s license in possession – Samuel Q. Logsdon, $193; Julian Mandujano, $243; Robert Wise, $193.

No insurance – Kendra Reed, $243.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Julio C. Rodriguez, second offense, $393; Russell Thornton III, $243.

Operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol, less than 21 years old – Makayla J. Devore, $268.

Misdemeanors

Assault, fourth-degree, domestic violence (minor injury) – Nolan P. Kearney, 160 Simmons Street, combined with menacing and resisting arrest, $235.50; Cody Blalock, combined with third-degree criminal mischief, $210.50.

Possession of marijuana – Ronald Sappenfield, Springfield, combined with speeding and driving on DUI-suspended license, $415.50.

Criminal mischief, third-degree – Hunter L. Anglin, 148 Molly Street, $676.52.

Fleeing or evading police on foot – Brandon S. Bell, Lexington, $210.50.

Assault, fourth-degree, dating violence – Mark A. Burgin, 19 Woodson Drive, combined with third-degree criminal mischief, $210.50.

Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Ryan J. Lefever, 110 Bowmar Street, first and second offenses, $200.50; Daniel S. Parks, 2002 Hill Gail Way, first and second offenses, $200.50; Gay D. Smith, 833 Mildred Street, first and second offenses, $200.50.

Theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting – Robert D. Richards, 272 Church Street, six months, serve 30 days concurrent with time served probated for two years.

Menacing – Dremar Carr, 204 Beasley Drive, $160.50 plus eight days with eight days credit.

Possession of controlled substance, second-degree – Kimberly Dunn, Richmond, combined with controlled substance prescription not in original container, $260.50.

Unauthorized possession of controlled substance – Erin B. Martin, 3354 Northeast Huntertown Road, $410.50.

Possession of controlled substance/drug unspecified – Justin H. Wills, 143 Emerson Drive, $250.

Other

Contempt – Jimmy A. Stewart, address unavailable, time served.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to three accidents involving injuries, 12 non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint and made two arrests.

On Oct. 15 at 10:27 a.m., a Dodge Ram driven by Alan W. McClain, 60, of 150 Minary Ave., was turning left from Morgan Avenue onto South Main Street. James M. Sills, 91, of 274 Montgomery Avenue, was crossing South Main Street in the crosswalk in a motorized assist chair. McClain told police he had the green arrow and didn’t see Sills. McClain’s vehicle struck Sills, causing the assist chair to spin and overturn. Sills was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say McClain failed to yield, was inattentive, and his vehicle was not under proper control, but noted that his view was limited by weather conditions. On Oct. 15 at 4:01 p.m., a Ford F-150 driven by Jose L. Grande, 16, of 144 Charmac Drive was westbound on Tyrone Pike and lost control on the slippery road. He crossed the center line and sideswiped an Oldsmobile Cutlass driven by Rachel D. Foley, 41, of Frankfort. Grande spun, went off the right shoulder of the road, and struck a sign post and utility pole. Foley and a passenger in her car, Gloria D. Bartholamew, 62, of Lebanon, were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say Grande was not under proper control and driving too fast for conditions.

On Oct. 21 at 12:39 a.m., a Volkswagen Beetle driven by Faith C. Cox, 17, of Georgetown, was westbound on I-64. She told police a deer ran in front of her, and when she swerved to avoid it, she lost control and ran off the right side of the road and hit a rock wall. She was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center.

On Oct. 18, $48 and $200 in stolen cash were reported in separate incidents at NSG Pilkington.

On Oct. 19, 20 bales of hay worth $600 were reported stolen from a farm on Jones Lane.

On Oct. 19, a vending machine lock worth $25 was broken and coins worth $10 were reported stolen from a grocery on Spring Station Road in Midway.

On Oct. 19, menacing was reported at a home on Foxtail Road.

On Oct. 20, two Husky generators worth a total of $400 were reported stolen from a home on Wilson Avenue.

On Oct. 19, a forged check worth $150 was reported at a bank on Lexington Road.

On Oct. 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road.

On Oct. 19, police made an arrest at the Woodford County Detention Center for tampering with physical evidence after the subject allegedly ate a micro SD card on the way to jail.

On Oct. 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Old Frankfort Pike.

On Oct. 15, fraudulent use of a credit card and a stolen backpack were reported on Gleneagles Way.

On Oct. 17, failure to report an accident on the U.S. 60 Bypass involving $4,000 in damage to a Toyota Tacoma was reported.

On Oct. 18, a Tao Tao scooter worth $847 and a Wolf RX 50 scooter worth $1,300 were reported stolen on Douglas Avenue.

On Oct. 17, merchandise worth $60 was reported stolen from a grocery store on Lexington Road.

On Oct. 16, mail theft involving $150 worth of steaks was reported at a home on Macey Avenue.

On Oct. 16, a burglary involving $650 in damage to a door and theft of $5,000 in cash were reported at a home on Fords Mill Road.

On Oct. 16, a LG cell phone worth $100 was reported stolen from a home on Curry Court.

On Oct. 15, Tylenol and ibuprofen were reported stolen from a home on Gleneagles Way.

On Oct. 17, police made an arrest on South Main Street for failure to appear and possession of methamphetamine.

On Oct. 13, a Toyota Corolla worth $20,000 was reported stolen from a home on Tyrone Pike.

On Oct. 14, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Huntertown Road that caused $100 in damage to a mailbox and $100 in damage to a yard.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 21 EMS assists during the past week.

On Oct. 17, they responded to a vehicle accident on the U.S. 60 Bypass and faulty smoke detectors on Berry Avenue and Adena Trace.

On Oct. 18, they responded to a malfunctioning alarm at Quad/Graphics and an unauthorized controlled burn on Cleveland Avenue.

On Oct. 20, they responded to a power outage-related false alarm on North Main Street.

On Oct. 21, they responded to a fire on Bryanwood Drive and an accidental alarm activation at Ledvance.

County

Firefighters made two EMS assists.

On Oct. 21, they investigated a carbon monoxide detector activation on Shoreacres Road.

On Oct. 22, they checked a controlled burn on Clifton Road and installed smoke detectors on Shoreacres Road.

Public Records

Suits

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Cassandra D. Smith vs. Otis M. Smith; John C. Peck vs. Meghan Peck.

Stone Creek Financial, Inc. vs. Grady Moore III for $7,288.11 plus interest, attorney fees, interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

Cascade Capital LLC vs. Andrew Dixon, et al., for $6,223.72 plus costs claimed due on a debt.

Norrie Wake vs. Cedar B. Shapiro, et al., for $308,656 plus interest, late fees, charges, advances and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., vs. Rachel M. Pennington for support of minor child.

Anne D. Prather vs. Thomas H. Hayden vs. unknown heirs of Thomas Green, et al., for overdue property taxes of $203.41 plus costs, expenses and attorney fees.

Jonathan Vanover vs. Patrick Ford, et al., for damages and costs relating to contract to purchase property.

Deeds

Aaron Thacker and Nathan V. Thacker, as trustees of the Emma E. Hatfield Irrevocable Living Trust, to Nathan Straub and Heather Straub, 434 Tincher Drive, $269,900.

Caliber Home Loans, Inc. to Ronald E. Hammond and Christian D. Hammond, 229 Douglas Avenue, $101,500.

Walter E. Schott III and Elaine S. Schott to BC Frye, LLC (Clark Frye, member), 310 Laval Heights, $437,000.

Ezra H. Hill and Judy L. Hill to Johnathan D. Scott, 203 Gray Hawk Court, $201,000.

HSBC Bank, as trustee, to Heather Moffett, 100 Woodlawn Drive, $80,851.

Donald Hunsinger and Audrey Hunsinger to Audrey M. Hunsinger, 5013 Ashgrove Road, $1, quitclaim deed.

Beth L. Thompson and Susan L. Mooney to Thurmon G. Haga Jr. and Frances C. Haga, 200 Dove Park, $169,000.

City of Midway to Midway School Apartments, LTD, 510 South Winter Street, Midway, $24,000.

Marriage Licenses

Jessica Caroline Pantatello and Jordan Thomas Kite; Miranda Sarah Hope and Hunter Andrew Railey; Brittany Page Lloyd and Joshua Woodrow Lowe

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