Week of Dec. 10
Mary Jane Phelps, judge
Speeding – Braden W. Adams, $163; Veronica R. Carreon, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure to wear seatbelt, $402; Jessica L. Lewis, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $213; Brett A. Marcum, combined with following emergency vehicle too closely, $198; Sasha Owens, combined with no/expired registration plates, $168; Humberto P. Morado, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $363; Eden T. Short, $143 plus state traffic school; Amber M. Siples, combined with careless driving, $198 plus state traffic school; Aujaree L. Walker, combined with DUI, $893 plus four days with credit.
Careless driving – Thomas A. Barfield Jr., $193; Daisia A. Maldanado, $143 plus state traffic school; Jenny N. Nguyen, $143 plus state traffic school; Dolman Paz-Perez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $293.
Failure to produce insurance card – Kevin S. Burgess, $100; Missy J. Lauderdale, $243; Catherine K. Perkins, $243.
Failure to wear seatbelt – Bryan T. Carroll, $25.
Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Joseph A. Gallagher, $393; Shawnna L. Gower, $243; Odiel M. Torres Jr., $243.
Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Marcus D. Green, $193.
No/expired registration plates – Rhonda K. Marcum, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $268; Levorateia L. Walker, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $1,168.
Disregarding stop sign – Davaughn Miller, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $268.
Careless driving – Hugo Soto-Lopez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $293.
No insurance – Shamicha J. Spencer, $243.
DUI – Marco Tenorio-Flores, $743.
Improper start from parked position – Dale L. Vickers, $163.
Failure to file accident report – Julius R. Wakerfield, $193.
Possession of marijuana – Brandon Carney, Richmond, $160.50; Tyler A. Powell, Paducah, $160.50.
Possession of drug paraphernalia – Gracie Murphy, Paducah, $260.50.
Wanton endangerment, second-degree – Devon T. Rhodes, Frankfort, combined with DUI, $743 plus four days home incarceration.
Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Christopher Wills, Hillsboro, Ohio, $200.50.
Cultivation of marijuana, five plants or less – Ricky Risner, 122 Laurel Way, $185.50 plus 91 days, serve one day with credit.
Versailles police responded to two vehicle accidents involving injuries, 21 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summonses and made one arrest.
On Dec. 14 at 6:38 a.m., a Chevrolet Tahoe driven by Amy J. Howard, 63, of Lexington, was westbound on Morgan Street approaching a stop sign at Morgan and South Locust streets, while a Mitsubishi Outlander driven by Richard A. Robertson, 37, of 220 Poplar Circle, was at the stop sign, waiting to turn left on South Locust. Both told police they thought it was their turn, and the vehicles collided in the intersection. A caller said Howard ran the stop sign, but didn’t remain on scene to speak to police. A passenger in Robertson’s vehicle, Tabitha R. Murphy, 37, of the same address, was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital.
On Dec. 16 at 7:03 a.m., a Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by Tony L. Cunningham, 45, of Lawrenceburg, was eastbound on Tyrone Pike when Cunningham lost control, began sliding, and crossed the left lane and left the road. The vehicle struck an earth embankment and a tree, then rolled over, coming to rest in the left lane. Cunningham and two passengers, Kendall R. Cunningham and David T. Mudd, of the same address, were taken to area hospitals. Police say the vehicle was not under proper control and that overcorrecting/oversteering was also a factor in the wreck.
On Dec. 17, a shotgun worth $325 was reported stolen from a home on McCracken Pike.
On Dec. 15, $10 worth of candy and bean dip was reported stolen from a grocery store on Lexington Street.
On Dec. 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Paddock Drive.
On Dec. 13, a handicap parking placard was reported stolen outside a restaurant on United Drive.
On Dec. 15, careless driving and no operator’s/moped license were reported on the U.S. 60 Bypass.
On Dec. 13, menacing and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon were reported on Mack Street.
On Dec. 10, eight Michelin tires worth a total of $1,500 were reported stolen from Jack Kain Ford.
On Dec. 13, a citation/summons was issued on Hope Lane for no registration plates and possession of marijuana.
On Dec. 13, a citation/summons was issued on Macey Avenue for obstructed vision/windshield, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance.
On Dec. 10, a smart phone and other items worth a total of $863.72 were reported stolen from a home on Cleveland Avenue.
On Dec. 11, identity theft was reported at a home on Eureka Drive.
On Dec. 11, prescription allergy medication and other items worth a total of $260 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Lexington Road.
On Dec. 11, a dual axle trailer worth $1,800 was reported stolen from Shirt Warehouse.
Firefighters made 23 EMS assists and installed one car seat in the past week.
On Dec. 11, they responded to a carbon monoxide alarm on South Hill Road.
On Dec. 14, they responded to an injury accident on Morgan and Locust streets.
On Dec. 15, they responded to burnt food on a stove on High Street.
Firefighters made three EMS assists during the past week.
On Dec. 11, they responded to a smoke detector alarm on Huntertown Road, a grass fire on U.S. 60 East and checked controlled burns on Weisenberger Mill Road and Shannon Run Road.
On Dec. 12, they checked a controlled burn on Shannon Run Road.
On Dec. 13, they checked controlled burns on Biroak Lane, Peachtree Road and Carpenter Pike.
On Dec. 14, they responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 East, checked a controlled burn on Scotts Way, and responded to an alarm set off by burnt food on Bluegrass Road.
On Dec. 16, they responded to vehicle accidents on Tyrone Pike and I-64 West.
On Dec. 17, they responded to a fire set off by grease in an oven on Frankfort Pike.
Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Kathryn B. Perryman vs. Narrashead Q. Perryman; Stephanie A. Lyons vs. David A Lyons Jr.
David M. Demoss vs. Regina Carroll for damages, court costs and attorney fees relating to September 2018 repair project.
Pro4mance Fire and Water Restoration, LLC vs. Rupe Demetriadi for $30,373.11 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.
Discover Bank vs. Jane Warring for $24,109.07 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.
Citizens Commerce National Bank vs. Charles L. Martin, et al., for $92,907.80 plus interest, late charges, escrow balance, attorney fees, expenses and costs claimed due on a debt.
Grant Carrick vs. Walter Schott III, et al., for damages, attorney fees and costs involving sale of alleged wood-infested structure on McCowans Ferry Road.
Central Bank & Trust Co. vs. Jonathan C. Onan for $19,523.67 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.
Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Christina Maupin for support of minor child.
Shelter Mutual Insurance Co. vs. Joseph Brown for damages, interest, costs and attorney fees related to March 2018 vehicle accident.
Absolute Resolution Investments, LLC vs. Joey Perry for $5,657.33 plus costs claimed due on a debt.
Stephen Floyd McDaniel and Virginia Field, as executors of the N. Jane Shipp Estate, and Stephen Floyd McDaniel, as trustee of the last will and testament of N. Jane Shipp, to Stephen Floyd McDaniel, 2222 Big Sink Pike, quitclaim deed.
Stephen Floyd McDaniel to Virginia Field, 2222 Big Sink Pike, other consideration.
Edna Jean Robinson to Billie Jean Patton and Emily Patton-Hunter, 460 Scotts Ferry Road, $10 and other consideration.
Edna Jean Robinson to Edna Jean Robinson Family Trust #2, Edna Jean Robinson and Mickey Ike Robinson, trustees, 760 Scotts Ferry Road, other consideration.
Edna Jean Robinson to Edna Jean Robinson Family Trust #3, Edna Jean Robinson and Mickey Lynn Robinson, trustees, 760 Scotts Ferry Road, other consideration.
Deanna Ann Campbell and David Michael Goodman.