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PUBLIC RECORDS - January 17th

District Court

Week of Jan. 7

Sarah Hays, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Sergey Adamov, combined with careless driving, $173 plus state traffic school; Roger D. Bargo, $243; Elaine Cecil, $143; Deshann Chenault, $163; Isauro C. Ramos, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $275; Rodolfo E. Morales, combined with booster seat violations, $193; Mirsad Fejsiz, $143 plus state traffic school; Aaron G. Floyd, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance and no/expired registration plates, $714; James R. Lanford, $143 plus state traffic school; Carlos Lopez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $223 plus two days with credit; Norman McKarris, $243; Ricardo Ramirez, combined with careless driving and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $463; Raul Sandoval, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $263; Jacob M. Scalf, $162; Jason T. Scott, $162; Brittany D. Taylor, combined with booster seat violations and no operator’s license in possession, $343; Russell Thornton, $198 plus state traffic school; Jason D. Turner, combined with careless driving, $198 plus state traffic school; Gabrielle M. Wilkerson, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $223; James A. Luttrell, $163 plus state traffic school.

No/expired registration plates – Timothy G. Freda, $163; Jose Hernandez, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, failure to wear seatbelt and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $828; Carlye Miller, $143.

Disregarding traffic light – Jennifer A. Glover, $143 plus state traffic school; Johnathan E. Thomas, $163. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Racquel Johnson, second offense, $250.

DUI – Ricardo Ramirez, $718 plus 15 days; Phillip M. Johns, two counts, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,110.50 plus six months, serve 30 days with one day credit. No operator’s/moped license – Gabriele Silvestre, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $268.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Samuel B. Turner, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $393; Jarrod S. Noble, $418.

Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Dina S. Case, Bloomfield, $310.50 plus 90 days; Alesha L. Kirkman, address unavailable, $260.50; Amber R. Burke, address unavailable, $260.50; Jessica M. Taylor, 448 Wilson Avenue, $310.50.

Harassing communications – Christopher L. Goins, address unavailable, combined with third-degree terroristic threatening, $185.50 plus six months, serve three with two years probation.

Contempt – Curtis A. Backer, 130 Walnut Street, six months.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to 13 non-injury vehicle accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made one arrest.

On Jan. 14, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Street.

On Jan. 9, third-degree terroristic threatening and harassing communications were reported at a government building on Court Street.

On Jan. 9, passing a loading/unloading school or church bus was reported on Frankfort Street.

On Jan. 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Daisy Hill Drive that caused $500 in damage to a Toyota 4Runner.

On Jan. 10, a TaoTao scooter worth $650 was reported stolen from a home on Arbor Place Drive.

On Jan. 8, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Pinckard Pike.

On Jan. 7, scrap metal and a utility trailer worth a total of $1,400 were reported stolen from a building on Crossfield Drive.

On Jan. 7, a forged check for $300 was reported on North Gratz Street in Midway.

On Jan. 10, harassment was reported at a home on Scotts Ferry Road.

On Jan. 10, a missing persons report was filed on Shady Lane in Midway.

On Jan. 8, police made an arrest on Ashmore Drive for violation of a Kentucky EPO/DVO.

On Jan. 9, first-degree indecent exposure was reported at a store on Lexington Street.

On Jan. 8, third-degree burglary involving the theft of $4,338 worth of equipment was reported on the Delaney Ferry Extension.

On Jan. 4, fraudulent use of a credit card worth $100 was reported at a home on Tyrone Pike.

On Jan. 6, an Android phone worth $200 and a Ford Explorer worth $18,000 were reported stolen from a home on Hillcrest Drive.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 17 EMS assists during the past week.

On Jan. 10, they responded to a smoke odor on Court Street.

On Jan. 11, they responded to a smoke detector activation on South Main Street.

County

Firefighters made one EMS assist during the past week.

On Jan. 8, they responded to a vehicle accident on McCowans Ferry Road, a fire alarm caused by drywall dust on McCowans Ferry Road, and checked a controlled burn on Brushey Run Road.

On Jan. 10, they responded to a false alarm on Steele Road.

On Jan. 11, they helped open a locked gate on Shannon Run Road.

On Jan. 12, they responded to burnt food on a stove on McCowans Ferry Road, a vehicle accident on the Bluegrass Parkway East, and a gas leak on Bayberry Road.

On Jan. 13, they responded to a vehicle fire on Craigs Creek Road.

On Jan. 14, they checked a carbon dioxide detector and installed smoke detectors on Shoreacres Road.

Public Records

Suits

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Brittany L. Miller vs. Ryan A. Miller; Daniel L. Buffin vs. Tulsa Owens-Buffin; Christina R. Routt vs. Matthew S. Routt.

Jared A. Reed vs. Elizabeth Lancaster for joint custody of minor child.

Tammy Tucker vs. Gerardo Hernandez Sr. for temporary custody of minor children.

Walter E. Schott vs. Judy Kincaid for $9,135 plus interest, court costs and fees claimed due on a debt.

Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company (A/S/O Jason Alfonso Ayala-Murillo) vs. Michael Sears for damages plus costs relating to a November 2016 vehicle accident.

Deeds

Centrust Capital Homes, LLC to Jeffrey Staton and Ramona Staton, 125B Rumsey Circle, $529,051.

Kenneth Scott Cheak and Myra Cheak to Kenneth R. Cheak, an undivided one-16th interest in 295 Lower Clifton Road and two lots on Lower Clifton Road, other consideration.

John Cheak and Debra Cheak to Kenneth R. Cheak, an undivided one-16th interest in 295 Lower Clifton Road and two lots on Lower Clifton Road, other consideration.

Kathy Lynn Collins to Kenneth R. Cheak, an undivided one-16th interest in 295 Lower Clifton Road and two lots on Lower Clifton Road, other consideration.

Julie Cheak Whitehouse and William Donald Whitehouse to Kenneth R. Cheak, an undivided one-16th interest in 295 Lower Clifton Road and two lots on Lower Clifton Road, other consideration.

Thomas R. Castle and Mary E. Castle to Matthew Castle, 6170 Delaney Ferry Extended, $155,000.

Carey C. Burford, as trustee of the Burford Family Protection Trust, to Jeffrey A. Foster, 336 Amsden Avenue, $150,000.

Angela Denise Hammond and Lynn Michelle Smith to Robert A. Johnson II, 208 Dove Park, $182,500.

Kali Svarczkopf Gerace and David Andrew Gerace to Megan C. Garrison, 219 West Cross Street, Midway, $262,000.

Cristina Jones Epperson to Sarah B. Brown, 114 South Hill Road, $228,900.

Marriage licenses

Hope Elizabeth Couch and John Campbell Smith; Madison Caitlin Caudill and Andrew Clark O’Nan; Alyiesha Chante Harris and Ronan Patrick Cunningham.

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