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PUBLIC RECORDS - May 2nd

District Court Week of April 22 Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Traffic Improperly turning/driving or entering limited access – Malik A. Barnett, $143 plus state traffic school. No/expired registration plates – Alice F. Brown, $143; Moreial L. Zanders, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $418. Failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance – Alicon A. Burnam, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $293. Failure to give right of way to emergency stopped vehicle – Carlos R. Castellanos, $203. Speeding – John N. Crowe, state traffic school; Kaylee R. Dugan, $179; Gladys J. Eldridge, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, second offense, $1,173; Quinn K. Fisher, $173; Rollie D. Lamar, $143 plus state traffic school; Manuel J. Marrero, $198; Pascual Mendoza, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $277; Mario Moreira-Garcia, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure to wear seatbelt, $448; Jose Vargas, $169; Wil T. Wash, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $100 plus state traffic school; Ashley N. Cravens, $143 plus state traffic school. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Nicholas A. Johnson, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $893. No operator’s/moped license – Katelyn Orant, $243. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Loni M. Warfield, $243 plus state traffic school; James M. Washington, $200.

Misdemeanors Criminal mischief, second-degree – Ashley Elswick, address unavailable, $210.50 plus 30 days probated. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Robert Cummins Jr., 120 Cleveland Avenue, combined with resisting arrest, $210.50. Possession of marijuana – Aaron L. Peterson, address unavailable, $260.50; Danielle M. Powers, 120 Cleveland Avenue, $310.50; Steven Shouse, Lawrenceburg, $310.50. Violation of Kentucky EPO – Joseph M. Britton, 289 High Street, $160.50 plus two days with two days credit. Trafficking in marijuana – Nathaniel T. Johnson, Clarkson, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of legend drug, time served with credit. Custodial interference – Daniel C. Elliott, 298 Douglas Avenue, $160.50 plus 94 days, serve four days with credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of controlled substance – Justin A. Wills, 143 Emerson Drive, combined with disregarding traffic light and no operator’s license in possession, $310.50 plus two days with two days credit. Police Reports

Versailles police responded to one vehicle accident involving injuries, 27 non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint and made one arrest. On April 21 at 6:57 p.m., a Dodge Ram driven by Ellen Bagby, 35, of Weisenberger Mill Road, was southbound on Pinckard Pike when it went off the right side of the road and struck two trees, then a wood fence. Bagby was charged with DUI and taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On April 27, $12,350 worth of Google Play cards were reported stolen from a home on Hifner Road. On April 26, a vehicle was reported passing a loading/unloading church/school bus. On April 26, an electric meter worth $200 was reported stolen from a home on Sugartree Lane. On April 22, $340 in fraudulent use of a stolen credit card was reported at a home on Germany Road. On April 22, $497 in fraudulent use of a stolen prepaid debit card was reported by a Paddock Drive resident. On April 22, the back door of the Dollar Tree was reported vandalized and third-degree burglary was reported. On April 24, a women’s gold ring with diamonds worth $6,000 was reported stolen from a home on Setti Place. On April 24, first-degree wanton endangerment was reported at a campground off Cummins Ferry Road. On April 24, an arrest was made on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard for second-degree disorderly conduct and third-degree terroristic threatening. On April 21, a black trailer worth $650 was reported stolen from an office building on Bellview Avenue. On April 25, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported at a home on Clifton Avenue. On April 29, a smart phone and women’s wallet worth a total of $260 were reported stolen from a home on Grainger Lane. On April 29, a purse and wallet worth a total of $50 were reported stolen from an industrial site on Kuhlman Boulevard.

Fire Reports

City Versailles firefighters made 22 EMS assists during the past week. On April 24, they responded to a smoke detector activation on Arbor Meadow Way. On April 26, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on Troy Pike. On April 28, they responded to a fire alarm on Mildred Street. On April 29, they responded to a stove fire on Will Parkway.

County Firefighters made three EMS assists during the past week. On April 25, they checked a controlled burn on Colony Drive. On April 26, they responded to a tree limb on a power line along Midway Road, a fuel spill on the Bluegrass Parkway, and a dryer fire on Pinckard Pike. On April 28, they responded to a vehicle fire on Carpenter Pike. On April 29, they responded to a vehicle accident on Pinckard Pike and checked an illegal controlled burn on Pinckard Pike. Public Records

Suits Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Maricela Mora-Sanchez vs. Andres Lemus-Magana; Phyllis L. Huff vs. Larry W. Young; Jeffrey T. Stakelin vs. Brianna P. Stakelin. Tilman G. Nevels vs. Travis A. Voils for support of minor child. Chad Clift vs. Robert Byrge, et al., for damages, interest and costs related to a March 2018 vehicle accident. US Bank National Association vs. the estate of Heather A. McQueen for $89,031.32 plus interest, late fees, costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Martha E. Smith, et al., vs. Adrienne M. Drury for support of minor children. Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company (A/S/O Jason Powell) vs. Mario Moreira-Hernandes for damages and costs related to a Jan. 17, 2019 vehicle accident. Autovest LLC vs. Billy L. McIntyre, et al., for $14,433.08 plus interest, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt. Regional Acceptance Corporation vs. Mortay M. Williams for $7,517.59 plus interest and attorney fee claimed due on a debt. Discover Bank vs. Shawn Roark for $16,913.61 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance (A/S/O Laura Carpenter) vs. Joyce Alfaro for damages and costs related to a fire in a rental property.

Deeds Mary E. Reeder and Dagmer Larue to Bradley S. Vonasek, 8380 McCowans Ferry Road, $140,000. Steven K. Coleman and Richard Roy to Elk Horn Farm, LLC (Steven K. Coleman and Richard Roy, members), 5055 Old Frankfort Pike in Fayette and Woodford counties, $1, quitclaim deed. BMAT Investment Properties, LLC to James A. Lyons and Carissa N. Estep, 117 Ashmore Avenue, $175,000. Harlin Keith Whitaker and Tammy J. Whitaker to Matthew Blake Whitaker, an undivided 50 percent interest in 115 acres on Germany Road, other consideration. George Bruckner and Beverly Anne Bruckner to Woodford Automotive, LLC (Kyle Whalen and Justin Gibson, members), 220 Crossfield Drive, $400,000. Michael T. Sanders and Betty Anne Sanders to Ronnie D. Deaton and Bonita L. Orr, 3019 Tim Tam Trail, $265,000. Walter E. Schott III and Elaine S. Schott to Margaret H. Schott, 3517 Troy Pike, other consideration. Lucille Merritt to Amy Gill, 315 Milner Road, other consideration. Ball Homes, LLC to Robert N. Courtney Jr. and Janna R. Courtney, 245 Brunswick Circle, $302,700.

Marriage licenses Deena Marie White and Damion Isaac Legate; Rhona Lee Williams and Casey Edward Jones; Yvonne Michelle Berry and William Michael Miller; Bettye Joyce Stiles and James Elliott Simpson; Tracey Lauder Doyle and William James Heckleman Jr.; Sofia Andreevna Tariko and Petrus Johnannes S. Schoeman; Kimberly Lee Hudson and Lonnie Wayne Estes; Itsuko Dianne Roller and Jonathan James Wood; Mary Beth Carney and Michael Cody Broughton; Laura Elizabeth Tincher and Nuri Randolph Sheffield.

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