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District Court

Week of Feb. 18

Sara Hays, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Richard K. Ahwireng, $173; Elizabeth M. Alcorn, $173; Shawn L. Anderson, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $398; Latisha R. Buchanan, $173; Lenora Burns, $163; Adriel Corona, combined with no operator’s/moped license and no insurance, $783; Caleb Griffith, combined with reckless driving, $198; Andrew Hellmig, $173; Logan L. Hembree, $143 plus state traffic school; Charles R. Hord, $143 plus state traffic school; Annie R. Kane, $198; Tyler W. Kimmell, $173; Chasemagic M. Lawton, $198; Yalena I. Luyanda, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $223; Kenneth D. Nelson, combined with operating vehicle with expired operator’s license, failure to wear seatbelt and improper display of registration plates, $273; Sarah G. Simandle, $143 plus state traffic school; Alexandra F. Southerland, combined with reckless driving, $198 plus state traffic school; Michael H. Tipton, $198; William J. Bixler, combined with no/expired registration plates and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $481.

DUI – Wayne L. Barker, $743.

No operator’s license in possession – Tami J. Caperon, $193.

Failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance – Nichole Gibson, second or greater offense, $393; Nia M. Sheckles, $243.

No operator’s/moped license – Rosales Gutierrez, $243.

Failure to maintain required insurance – Brandon G. Newton, second of greater offense, $1,000.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Joseph Walker, combined with careless driving, failure to wear seatbelt and no/expired registration plates, $268.

Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Kamrin A. Silverburg, address unavailable, combined with reckless driving, $335.50 plus two days with two days credit; Richard W. Davis, 139 Macey Avenue, combined with no/expired registration plates and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $435.50; Anna Miller, Harrodsburg, $310.50.

Possession of drug paraphernalia – Teresa Barker, address unavailable, combined with second-degree possession of cocaine, $235 plus one day with one day credit; Jacob Jones, address unavailable, 30 days with credit.

Menacing – Chase Conder, 206 Carriage Court, Midway, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and resisting arrest, $210.50 plus 45 days with credit.

Possession of controlled substance, second-degree – Josue Ginez, address unavailable, combined with second-degree promoting contraband, no operator’s/moped license and DUI, $843 plus 31 days with one day credit and balance probated for two years.

Police Reports

Versailles police responded to three vehicle accidents involving injuries, 17 non-injury accidents, issued three citations/summonses and made one arrest.

On Feb. 18 at 11:50 a.m., a Ford Transit driven by Robert A. Slade, 57, of Mt. Washington, was eastbound on I-64 when Slade fell asleep. His tractor-trailer went off the right side of the road, struck an embankment and a tree, came back onto the road and crossed both lanes before going back off the right side and striking a rock embankment. Woodford County EMS personnel responded to the scene; Slade refused to be taken to a hospital.

On Feb. 19 at 4:20 p.m., a Chevrolet Colorado driven by Anthony W. Jenkins, 28, of Lawrenceburg, was eastbound on I-64. He told police he began to change lanes due to an emergency vehicle stopped on the left side of the road. The Colorado was rear-ended by a Hyundai Elantra driven by Keith J. Cash, 29, of 928 Altamont Court. Cash told police his brakes took longer to work than normal. A passenger in Cash’s vehicle, Kenneth Cash, also 29 and of the same address, was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say Keith Cash was following too closely and was inattentive.

On Feb. 20 at 7:44 p.m., a Chevrolet Malibu driven by Sommer D. Calvert, 22, of 406 Wells Lane, was westbound on Lexington Road while a Nissan Sentra driven by Jeremy D. Decker, 35, of Georgetown, was attempting to turn left from Marketplace onto Lexington Road in a right turn-only lane. Decker first told police he was trying to turn left onto Lexington Road while Calvert was changing lanes, but later said he was turning right. Calvert said she was in the right lane when Decker pulled out. The vehicles collided, slid across the median and came to rest in the eastbound lanes. Calvert was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Failure to yield and inattention on the part of Decker caused the crash, police said.

On Feb. 18, shoplifting was reported at Speedway, with $170.32 in Skittles, Starburst and other items taken.

On Feb. 23, theft by deception (cold checks) and fraudulent use of a credit card were reported at Kroger, with the total taken at $916.89.

On Feb. 23, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Midway Road, while the driver was accused of driving without an operator’s license and not having insurance.

On Feb. 23, theft by unlawful taking and fraudulent use of a credit card worth a total of $504.31 was reported at a home on Scarborough Drive.

On Feb. 20, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on Ryne Court.

On Feb. 22, third-degree criminal trespassing and driving on a DUI-suspended license were reported at a convenience store on Fords Mill Road.

On Feb. 13, $10 worth of aluminum cans in a trash bag were reported stolen from a vehicle on Chestnut Lane.

On Feb. 14, a TroyBilt tiller worth $400 was reported stolen from a home on Dogwood Court.

On Feb. 23, theft of a motor vehicle registration plate was reported at a home on Peachtree Road.

On Feb. 23, a citation/summons was issued on Thomas Lane for possession of methamphetamine.

On Feb. 22, tools and cash worth a total of $2,500 was reported at a home on Princess Circle.

On Feb. 21, a 2018 Nissan Frontier worth $16,000 was reported stolen from an auto dealership on Lexington Road.

On Feb. 21, $60 in vandalism was reported in the men’s bathroom at Community Stadium.

On Feb. 21, a missing persons report was filed by a Pinckard Pike resident.

On Feb. 21, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on West Leestown Pike.

On Feb. 21, police made an arrest of a person considered mentally ill and a danger to himself and others.

On Feb. 15, police made an arrest on Clifton Road for DUI, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and failure to/improper signal.

On Feb. 21, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Big Sink Road.

On Feb. 20, third-degree burglary was reported on Coach Station Road in Midway.

On Feb. 20, a Ford Taurus was reported vandalized on Old Towne Walk in Midway.

On Feb. 14, harassing communications were reported at a home on Nottingham Drive.

On Feb. 20, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road that damaged a Dodge Avenger.

On Feb. 17, police began a death investigation at a home on Woodford Village Drive and another at a home on Woodford Street.

On Feb. 19, police issued a summons/citation on Yellow Jacket Drive for rear license not illuminated, failure to/improper signal and possession of marijuana.

On Feb. 19, police issued a citation/summons on Lexington Road for possession of marijuana.

On Feb. 15, second-degree indecent exposure was reported at a home on Depot Street.

On Feb. 19, two TomTom GPS units and other items worth a total of $675 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Old Towne Walk in Midway.

On Feb. 20, possession of marijuana was reported on Powhatan Trail.

Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made 21 EMS assists during the past week.

On Feb. 19, they helped clean up a fuel spill on Fielding Drive.

On Feb. 20, they responded to a vehicle accident involving injuries on Lexington Road and a malfunctioning fire alarm in Kroger.

On Feb. 21, they responded to a fire alarm on Rose Hill Avenue that was unintentionally activated.

On Feb. 22, they responded to a malfunctioning carbon dioxide detector on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. County

On Feb. 19, they responded to vehicle accidents on Tyrone Pike and I-64 East and a smoke alarm on Paddock Drive.

On Feb. 21, they responded to a tractor-trailer with a smoking back axle on I-64 East.

On Feb. 22, they checked a controlled burn on Willow Court and responded to a vehicle accident on Shannon Run Road.

On Feb. 23, they responded to vehicle accidents on Pinckard Pike and I-64.

On Feb. 24, they responded to a fire alarm activated by a power outage on McCracken Pike and a structure fire on Milner Road.

Public Records

Suits

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Keith E. Legge vs. Mary Legge; Joshua L. Rodgers vs. Lauren F. Rodgers.

JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. vs. Kary L. Allen for $135,574.89 plus interest, court costs, advances and other charges claimed due on a debt.

Rent To Own Rentals, LLC vs. Alicia Cowing for $12,104.50 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.

Margaret Demopolis vs. Mark Burgess, et al., for temporary time-sharing with grandchild.

Discover Bank vs. Nettie P. McCoy for $10,415.02 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.

American Express National Bank vs. Michael Michalisin for $39,272.08 plus court costs claimed due on a debt.

JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. vs. Tony F. Foley, et al., for $71,028.58 plus interest, late fees, costs, advances and other charges claimed due on a debt.

Reyes KY Frame, Inc. vs. Wooldridge Versailles, LLC for $6,500 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC vs. Dorothy Jenkins, et al., for $99,942.99 plus late fees, costs, attorney fees, advances and other charges claimed due on a debt.

Elizabeth Yeast vs. Gary Hunt Jr. for custody of minor child.

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel. vs. Constance Evans for support of minor children.

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel. vs. Denise A. Diallo for support of minor children.

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