PUBLIC RECORDS - November 1st
Week of Oct. 22
Mary Jane Phelps, judge
Speeding – Taylor M. Blackburn, $143 plus state traffic school; Rym S. Cadagan, $143 plus state traffic school; Tanya I. Herrera, $243; Samantha E. Jackson, $143 plus state traffic school; Andre L. Lackey, $198; Heather M. Marmolejo, $163; Pedro M. Miranda, combined with no/expired registration plates, $188; Alyssa K. Nichols, $163; Tomoyuki Onji, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and communication device violation, $193 plus state traffic school; Jordan C. Smith, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, no insurance and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, $894; Ivan N. Zayas, $243; Bobbie S. Murphy, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, $305 plus 28 days with credit.
Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Bashir A. Farid, combined with operating vehicle with expired operator’s license, $693; Amanda M. Hortenbury, combined with no/expired registration plates, $1,168; Christopher R. Lappin, second offense, $250; James M. Washington, $243.
Disregarding traffic light – Misty Jackson, $143 plus state traffic school.
No operator’s/moped license, $393.
No operator’s license in possession – Eugene L. Stewart, $193; Hailey Yett, $193. Disregarding stop sign – Makayla M. Thornell, $143 plus state traffic school.
DUI – David W. Bates, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $918; Rickie L. Blankenship, second offense, $943 plus 37 days, serve seven with seven credit and balance probated for two years.
Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Tyreese Douglas, 201 Berry Avenue, $200.50; Kevin M. Kippley, Minneapolis, $200.50.
Possession of marijuana – Riley A. Joseph, 236 Gleneagles Way, $310.50; Ivan V. Ponce, 260 Blackhawk Circle, $310.50; Jeremiah E. Young, 327 Laval Heights, $260.50; Emir S. Bernabe, 106 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, $260.50.
Indecent exposure – Edward D. Lewis, 2045 Delaney Ferry Road, $160.50 plus 90 days probated for two years.
Possession of a controlled substance, second-degree – Johnny D. Bartley, address unavailable, combined with second-degree disorderly conduct, $185.50 plus five days with credit.
Sexual misconduct – Charles M. Hansel, 423 Clifton Road, combined with third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor, $235.50 plus 188 days, serve eight days with eight days credit.
Criminal trespassing – Kenneth D. Nichols, 407 Ryne Court, $210.50.
Versailles police responded to two accidents involving injuries, 26 non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint and made five arrests.
On Oct. 23 at 5:36 p.m., a Ford F-150 driven by Whitney Boles, 18, of Shelbyville, was in the left lane of westbound I-64. She said her passenger rear tire blew out, and her vehicle went off the left shoulder of the road and overturned. She was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. Police said her vehicle was not under proper control.
On Oct. 24 at 4:53 p.m., a Kia Sedona driven by Ben R. Taulbee Jr., 39, of Lexington, drove from the Midway Corner Grocery across Midway Road and struck a rock wall. Taulbee told police the last thing he remembered was pulling into a gas station. Police say he lost consciousness in the store parking lot. He was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS workers.
On Oct. 27, police made an arrest on Kroger Way for possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and no brake lights.
On Oct. 24, identity theft was reported at a home on Quail Run Road.
On Oct. 26, theft by deception involving $1,400 was reported at a home on Doncaster Road.
On Oct. 27, police made an arrest on Kroger Way for DUI.
On Oct. 24, a report was made of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument involving two hay bale trailers worth a total of $4,602.
On Oct. 26, mail theft involving a Godzilla mask worth $19.10 was reported at a home on Winton Road.
On Oct. 26, failure to report a traffic accident was reported in a Granducci Alley lot.
On Oct. 26, a Ford truck was vandalized and a women’s purse and other items worth a total of $217 were reported stolen in the Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center parking lot.
On Oct. 24, police made an arrest at the Circle K on Yellow Jacket Drive for public intoxication (controlled substance) and third-degree possession of a controlled substance.
On Oct. 25, a Nintendo Switch worth $350 was reported stolen from a home on Poplar Circle.
On Oct. 24, police made an arrest in a Yellow Jacket Drive lot for public intoxication (controlled substance) and first- and third-degree possession of a controlled substance.
On Oct. 16, second-degree forgery and theft by deception (includes cold checks) involving $6,400 were reported on Montgomery Avenue.
On Oct. 22, a Dodge Charger and Chevrolet Trail Blazer were reported vandalized on Foxtail Road, with total damage estimated at $1,200.
On Oct. 29, a purse and cash worth a total of $1,100 were reported stolen on South Winter Street in Midway.
Firefighters made 21 EMS assists during the past week.
On Oct. 24, they responded to a smoke detector activation on Macey Avenue.
On Oct. 25, they responded to a fire on North Locust Street, cleaned oil off the road on Howard Court, and responded to an electrical problem on Arbor Place.
On Oct. 26, they responded to a cooking fire on Macey Avenue and a vehicle accident on Clifton Road.
On Oct. 27, they cleaned gasoline off the road on Lexington Street.
On Oct. 28, they responded to an alarm set off by a fluctuating water system at Quad/Graphics.
On Oct. 29, they responded to a vehicle accident involving injuries on Simmons Street.
Firefighters made one EMS assist during the past week.
On Oct. 23, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64.
On Oct. 25, they responded to vehicle accidents on Paynes Depot Road and West Leestown Road.
On Oct. 28, they responded to a fire alarm on Berry Avenue and checked controlled burns on Hedden Road and 21st Street.
On Oct. 29, they responded to a vehicle fire on U.S. 60.
Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Michael L. Sears vs. Anna L. Sears.
Jonathan A. Berger vs. Hunter M. Berger for joint custody of minor child.
Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. Susan Boyd, et al., for $5,293.59 plus interest, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.
OneMain Financial Services vs. Bryan Duke for $5,813.19 plus costs and attorney claimed due on a debt.
American Express National Bank vs. Deborah Doyle for $15,075.01 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.
Steve Stanley vs. Tony Alagna for $33,145 plus interest, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt.
Caterpillar Financial Services vs. Corey Harlow for $29,492.23 plus interest, late charges, other costs and expenses claimed due on a debt.
Bates Capital, LLC vs. Tim Cole, et al., for $40,950 plus fees, late costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.
Cascade Capital LLC vs. Andrew Dixon, et al., for $6,223.72 plus costs claimed due on a debt.
Michael Campbell vs. Lena Mulder for joint custody of minor child.
Nancy Bradford Davis and Carl J. Kloentrup to Jack, James and Harry’s Kentucky Farm, LLC, 278.19 acres on Elkchester Road (14 acres in Woodford County, with the remainder in Fayette County), $1,811.615.
Richard Gatewood and Moon Ko to Gurjnderpal Singh, Sandeep Kaur and Amandeep Burns, an undivided one-third interest in 216-218 Lexington Street, $94,000.
Denise Cox Allen, as executor of the Lois Cox estate, to Travis Earl Corder and Elizabeth Corder, 53.794 acres on Fords Mill Road, $298,855.25.
Helton & Helton (Matthew K. Helton and Mandy K. Helton, partners), to MCM Investments, LLC (James Clouse, member), 181 Frankfort Street, $265,000.
Brenda Sue Flynn and Ernest Robert Hall; Kayla Nicole Petrenko and Tony Lee Risen.