PUBLIC RECORDS - February 21st
Week of Feb. 11
Mary Jane Phelps, judge
Speeding – Yousef E. Abuayyash, $162; William J. Barnett III, $173; Boris B. Iglesias, combined with reckless driving, $198; Eleazar Ortiz-Garcia, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $281; Keegan T. Reed, $203. Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle – Taylor N. Williams, $460.50; Marvin E. Brown, Jr., $143 plus 30 days with credit.
Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Donnie R. Adams, Pleasureville, $200.50; Kelsey L. McKinley, Frankfort, $200.50.
Carrying deadly weapon – Jaxson B. King, Lawrenceburg, four days with credit.
Possession of marijuana – Taylor N. Williams, Lexington, $460.50, Caitlin L. Brinkerhoff, 139 Macey Avenue, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $728.50.
Making false statement to obtain increase of benefit – Gary A. Rose, 421 Elm Street Heights, $185.50.
Criminal mischief, first-degree – Ashley Elswick, address unavailable, $1,517.53.
Versailles police responded to one motor vehicle accident involving an injury, six non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summonses and made three arrests.
On Feb. 12 at 7:18 a.m., a Kenworth tractor-trailer driven by Robert M. Henderson, 50, of Newport, Vt. was southbound on Pinckard Pike. Henderson told police a northbound vehicle was too close to the center lane, causing him to move to the right side of the road. Henderson’s tires went off the road, the vehicle struck two utility poles and a wood plank fence while overturning. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say his vehicle was not under proper control.
On Feb. 18, police issued a citation/summons on McCracken Pike for possession of marijuana.
On Feb. 16, terroristic threatening and harassing communications were reported at a restaurant on Crossfield Drive.
On Feb. 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Kroger Way.
On Feb. 5, an English riding saddle worth $1,400 was reported stolen on Troy Pike.
On Feb. 15, police made an arrest on Kentucky Avenue for speeding, failure to produce an insurance card, and possession of marijuana.
On Feb. 14, police issued a citation/summons on West Leestown Pike for possession of marijuana.
On Feb. 13, harassing communications were reported at the Kroger Fuel Center.
On Feb. 12, police made an arrest on Beasley Drive for failure to/improper signal, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and second-degree possession of a controlled substance.
On Feb. 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Shannon Run Road.
On Feb. 11, $380 in cash was reported stolen from a public building on Granducci Alley.
On Feb. 8, a Regent Court resident reported a case of identity theft.
On Feb. 12, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at a home on Troy Pike.
Firefighters made 16 EMS assists during the past week.
On Feb. 12, they responded to a false alarm at a Lexington Street restaurant.
On Feb. 13, they responded to a rail car fire at Quad/Graphics.
On Feb. 13, they responded to a fire in a boiler room at Quad/Graphics, a lockout on Bell Avenue, a chimney fire on Molly Street, a false alarm at Yokohama and a stuck wheelchair on Nancy Street.
On Feb. 15, they responded to a malfunctioning smoke detector on Molly Street.
On Feb. 16, they responded to a gas leak on Douglas Avenue.
On Feb. 17, they responded to a smoke odor from food on a stove on Macey Avenue.
Firefighters made two EMS assists during the past week.
On Feb. 12, they responded to a false alarm on Sheffield Drive and motor vehicle accidents on Pinckard Pike, Troy Pike and Grassy Springs Road.
On Feb. 13, they helped with a lockout on Colony Drive.
On Feb. 14, they checked a controlled burn on Scotts Ferry Road.
On Feb. 15, they responded to a truck with straw on fire on U.S. 60 East and performed a smoke alarm investigation on Ravenwood Road.
On Feb. 16, they checked a controlled burn on Misty Lane.
On Feb. 17, they investigated a smoke smell on Dogwood Court.
On Feb. 18, they investigated an odor on Berry Avenue, a smoke smell from a stove on Troy Pike and responded to motor vehicle accidents on I-64 East and Shannon Run Road.
Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Lisa T. Cissell vs. James K. Cissell.
KFBMIC (A/S/O Linda L. Thacker) vs. Christopher A. Maness for damages and costs relating to Aug. 22, 2018 motor vehicle accident.
Hillary Coomer, et al., vs. Branden L. Coomer for support for minor children.
Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB, AS vs. Bernard V. Tew, et al., for $2,454,567.42 plus interest, fees, charges, advances, costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.
Kentucky Housing Corporation vs. Equity One, et al., for judgment extinguishing equity of Equity One.
OneMain Financial vs. Edward Walker for $7,495.98 plus late fees and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.
Fairview Investment Fund III vs. Paula Cline, et al., for $738,469.33 plus interest, fees, advances, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.
American Express National Bank vs. Ben Walden for $34,038.24 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.
Robert M. Watt III and Natalie Brown Watt to Karim Siahkoohi and Kimberly Siahkoohi, 3057 Huntertown Road, $352,500.
Christopher C. Brown and Ashley S. Brown to Matthew G. Morris, 905 Elliston Lane, $305,000.
Patricia A. Lane and Jesse M. Lane to Kenneth Ray Arrington and Nellie Jane Arrington, 128 acres on Fintville Road, $395,000.
Lori Dunaway and Doug Dunaway to Kelly J. Tipton, 220 Black Hawk Circle, $138,000.
Melissa Harmon Martin to Radley N. Hendrixson, 516 Regent Court, quitclaim deed.
Creative Homebuilders, LLC to Gary L. Brown and Tammy S. Brown, 125 Aachen Way, $564,094.
David E. Kollar and Megan P. Kollar to Freda Gay McGrady, 420 South Gratz Street, Midway, $99,900.
Harry M. Watts and Elizabeth A. Watts to Jane Marie Watts and Bradley Slutskin, 740 Foraker Road, other consideration.
Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Adam McDonald, 229 Johnson Street, Midway, $57,000.
Margaret H. Schott to Walter E. Schott III, 3517 Troy Pike, other consideration.
Helen Mae Jean Collins and Robert Gene Barbosa; Rebekah Karen Mullin and Guy Michael Highfield.