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District Court Week of March 11 Mary Jane Phelps, judge Traffic No/expired registration plates – Kevin Wadkins, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $668; Joshua S. Downs, $163; Derek N. Rudd, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, second offense, $1,168. Failure to wear seatbelt – Kyle M. Fetters, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $218; Teresa G. Neal, $25. Speeding – Margaret E. Hudson, state traffic school; Timothy L. Kellam, combined with reckless driving, $268 plus state traffic school; Damien J. Lopez, $203; Benito R. DeLeon, $143 plus state traffic school; Alexis V. Lamadrid, $198; Paul R. Wheeler, $173; Jeremy K. Wilcoxson, $163. No operator’s license in possession – Mark P. Lowrey, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $293. DUI – Mary E. Rash, $778 plus four days with two days credit; Jessica M. Swick, $743 plus six days home incarceration or four days with one day credit; Michael Stewart, third offense, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, $1,018 plus 12 months, serve 60 days with remainder probated for two years. Disregarding stop sign – Juan F. Ruelas, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $418; Connor I. Walsh, $143 plus state traffic school. Failure to give right of way to emergency stopped vehicle – John A. Gatte, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $703

Misdemeanors Theft by deception (includes cold checks) – Gary L. Carter, nine counts, 260 Amsden Avenue, $1,563.16 in restitution. Assault, fourth-degree (minor injury) – Francisco J. Del Rio, 2500 McCracken Pike, $160.50 plus 90 days probated for two years. Criminal trespassing, third-degree – Eric B. Brown, 823 Mildred Street, two counts, time served with credit. Resisting arrest – Abigail Richmond-Cummins, Port Charlotte, Fla., $235.50 plus two days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two vehicle accidents involving injuries and three non-injury accidents. On March 12 at 8:31 a.m., a Toyota Camry driven by Stephani Lopez-Ramirez, 21, of Chicago, was westbound on Leestown Road while a Chevrolet Equinox driven by Santos P. Hernandez, 42, of 337 First Street in Midway, was eastbound. Lopez-Ramirez told police she lost control after hitting a patch of ice, spun 90 degrees to the right, and was struck by Hernandez’s vehicle. Hernandez was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On March 13 at 3:03 a.m., a Chrysler 300M driven by Rebeca L. Branham, 26, of Lawrenceburg, was westbound on the Bluegrass Parkway. She told police an eastbound vehicle appeared headed toward her, and she swerved to avoid it, hit the median, over-corrected and went off the right side of the road and hit an embankment. Police arrested her, charged her with DUI, and said they found marijuana in the car. Branham was treated at the scene by Woodford County EMS personnel. On March 17, harassment (physical contact, no injury) was reported at a home on Wilson Avenue. On March 18, Stihl leaf blowers and other equipment worth a total of $2,969.70 was reported stolen from a storage building at the Versailles Cemetery. On March 18, first-degree rape was reported at an Elm Street home. On March 11, a debit card was reported stolen from a home on Camden Avenue. On March 17, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported at a home on Georgia Street. On March 17, police made an arrest on U.S. 60 at Steele Road for marijuana trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine. On March 15, theft of services was reported at a home on Delaney Ferry Road. On March 11, police made an arrest in a Wilson Avenue lot for alcohol intoxication in a public place and assault on a probation or police officer. On March 16, theft of a motor vehicle registration plate was reported at a home on Dan Drive. On March 13, police issued a citation/summons at a Lexington Road restaurant for no operator’s/moped license, marijuana trafficking and possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 12, flagrant non-support was reported at a home on Fords Mill Road. On March 12, a car was reported vandalized on Industry Drive and a wallet and $140 reported stolen. On March 12, a car was reported vandalized on Industry Drive, with damage estimated at $250, and a brown purse worth $100 was reported stolen. On March 12, harassment was reported at the Marathon on Lexington Road. On March 13, a backpack and Chromebook worth a total of $230 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Chestnut Lane. On March 14, a ring with nine diamonds worth a total of $1,000 was reported stolen from a vehicle on Peachtree Road. On March 13, police issued a citation/summons on Douglas Avenue for one headlight, no brake lights and possession of marijuana. On March 11, third-degree terroristic threatening and harassing communications via computer were reported at a home on Linden Drive. Fire Reports City Firefighters made 29 EMS assists during the past week. On March 12, they responded to a gas leak on Kilmer Drive. On March 14, they responded to a grass fire on Kroger Way. On March 16, they responded to a smoke odor on Boston Drive and a mutual aid request from Anderson County involving a grass fire. County Firefighters made one EMS assist. On March 12, they responded to a vehicle accident on East Leestown Road. On March 14, they responded to a downed power line on Tyrone Pike and a vehicle accident on Chestnut Lane. On March 15, they installed a smoke detector on Normandy Road and responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 East. On March 16, they responded to a farm tractor fire on Midway Road, a downed power line on Delaney Ferry Road and checked an illegal controlled burn on McCracken Pike. On March 17, they responded to a structure fire on McCracken Pike and checked a controlled burn on Delaney Way and a natural gas smell on Ducker Road. Public Records Suits Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Amy L. Noon vs. Marc E. Noon. Joseph Reed vs. Tanina Minion for joint custody of minor child. OneMain Financial Group, LLC vs. Brandin Smith for $8,102.95 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt. Carlos Pardo, et al., vs. Claudia Barrera, et al., for custody of minor child.

Deeds Mary J. Snipp to Srdan Milosevic and Michelle Harper, 152 Beech Court, $212,000. James R. Praria and Michelle L. Praria to James D. Gould and Kayla M. Smith, 437 Paddock Drive, $310,000. AB & EM Properties, LLC (Heather Bradley Moffett, member) and Elkhorn Farm, LLC to Erin N. Martin and Justin Craig Martin, 145 Delaney Ferry Road, $362,500. Ball Homes, LLC to William H. Gaunce, 256 Brunswick Circle, $239,765. Jodi L. Richardson to Wilmington Savings Fund Society, as trustee, 310 Foxtail Road, $1 and other consideration. Henry Kash Nolan and Debbie L. Nolan to Steven N. Barnett and Connie S. Barnett, 6505 Tyrone Pike, $230,000. Hazel Jones, as executor of the Annabelle Washington estate, to Kevin L. Sexton and Deborah S. Sexton, 281 High Street, $90,000. Dennis R. Anderson to Anderson Acquisitions, LLC (Dennis R. Anderson, member), 150 Ruth Roach Way; 250 and 300 Lacefield Street; and 621, 641, 661 and 681 Midway Station Boulevard, other consideration. Nolan F. Luckett and Mary C. Luckett to Brian David Brummel and Brandy Denise Brummel, 836 Scotts Ferry Road, $159,900. Charles A. Eckerline III and Christie Rose Eckerline to Adam Francis Warren and Virginia Grace Warren, 311 Douglas Avenue, $145,500. Ball Homes, LLC to Casey D. Hatcher and Sidney Gail Hatcher, 444 Hastings Lane, $305,802. Rigby’s Green Farm, LLC (Anna Fitzpatrick, member) to Joshua C. Atwell, 4400 Delaney Ferry Road, $1,400,000. Justin Michael Branham and Holly Branham to Book Properties, LLC (Donna T. Book, managing member), 182, 184, 186 and 188 Spring Run Road, $120,000. Diedre A. Talbott and John S. Talbott III to ECD Properties, LLC (John S. Talbott, member), 102 United Drive, $10 and other consideration. ECD Properties, LLC to McDonald’s Real Estate Company, 102 United Drive (McDonald’s restaurant), $615,000. C & R Asphalt, LLC (Steven K. Coleman and Richard Roy, members) to Brian Joseph Browning and Melanie Miles Browning, 196 End of the Road, $225,000. Henderson A. Owen III, as trustee of the Henderson A. Owen III Revocable Living Trust, to Wesley Skipworth and Elizabeth Walton, 95 Delaney Ferry Road, $37,000. Ball Homes, LLC to Sharon Carlene Reynolds, 248 Brunswick Circle, $234,360. Elizabeth Columbia, as executor of the Chares E. Harris estate, to Sally M. Droste and David E. Dean, 2700 Shryocks Ferry Road, $2,500 and other consideration. Abigail Grace Stepp to Jared Harper and Megan Harper, 838 Mildred Street, $149,900. KAAR Properties, Inc. (Anthony I. Riggle, president) to Robert MacSwan, 104 Dale Drive, $230,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Citizens Commerce National Bank, 209 Russell Avenue, $100,000. Emerge Development, LLC (Robert Eidson and Matt Hovekamp, members) to Strata Trust Company, as custodian, 130 Macey Boulevard, $234,000. Lynn J. Chunat and Chris Chunat to Susan Perry, 805 Sequoya Trail, 119,500. Terry Lee Sutherland and DenEllen Sutherland to Patricia O. Hampton, 101-D Rumsey Circle, $285,000. Pauline J. Pence and William E. Pence Jr. to Mary Elaine Pence, 3.206 acres, more or less, on Brown’s Mill Road, $110,000. Dalton O. Evans and Connie Y. Evans to Marion Jarnagin and Mary Pat Jarnagin, 908 Altamont Court, $125,000. George Randall Hetland and Donna M. Hetland to John B. Martin Jr. and Susan Ashley Martin, 313 Gleneagles Way, $239,000.

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