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Public Records - May 16th

District Court Week of May 6 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic DUI – Alyssa M. Bailey, $743 plus four days with one day credit; Jacob R. McClellan, second offense, $918 plus 37 days, serve seven with three days credit; Heather R. McGohon, combined with failure to file accident report, $918; Jennifer Rayborn, $818. Speeding – Kellyn L. Bratcher, $143 plus state traffic school; Bryce A. Kremer, $243; Terrika R. Searls, combined with failure of owner to maintain insurance (second offense) and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, $1,268; Hendrick I. Stephan, $143 plus state traffic school. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Stephen L. Cooper, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, $868. Failure to maintain insurance – Alison M. Kinder, $243. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Monica Meza-Chavez, $343. No operator’s/moped license – Daniel Rosales, $393.

Misdemeanors Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Daniel Hickey, 161 North Street, first and second offenses, $200.50; Sheilia Crawford, Lexington, first and second offenses, four days with credit. Giving officer false identifying information – Kenneth L. Brown, Wellington, combined with criminal attempt at theft of identity, 12 days with credit. Receiving stolen property – Chad Christy, Frankfort, $210.50 plus 15 days with 15 days credit. Criminal trespassing, first-degree – Steven R. Olekas, 436 South Main Street, combined with theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting, two counts, $235.50 plus 92 days, serve two days with balance probated for two years. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two vehicle accidents involving injuries, 12 non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints and made two arrests. On May 2 at 8:46 a.m., a Buick Century driven by Margaret K. Rojas, 39, of 327 Zion Hill Road, was westbound on Old Frankfort Pike over a hill with a left-hand curve when he lost control, went over the center line, off the eastbound side of the road, up an earth embankment, then overturned, sliding on the roof in the eastbound lane. She was taken to Georgetown Community Hospital. Police say her vehicle was not under proper control. On May 6 at 1:09 p.m., Johnathan M. Tucker, 31, of Frankfort, was eastbound on McCracken Pike. He told police he lost consciousness due to a medical condition, left the road and hit a utility pole. He was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center along with three passengers, all of Frankfort – Brianna McClease, 19; Carson Reyes, 3; and Brody Tucker, 3. On May 13, harassing communications were reported at a medical office on Yellow Jacket Drive. On May 7, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Colony Drive. On May 7, harassing communications were reported at McDonald’s. On May 8, a Chevrolet Traverse was reported vandalized in the Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center parking lot, with damage estimated at $200, and a white bag with unknown contents worth $15 was reported stolen. On May 8, unauthorized use of a Nissan Frontier was reported at a Lexington Road office building. On May 9, a black purse worth $50 and hydrocodone were reported stolen in the Kroger parking lot. On May 9, a counterfeit $20 bill with the words “motion picture use only” was reported at McDonald’s. On May 9, second-degree criminal trespassing was reported at a home on Ryne Court. On May 8, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported at a home on Kentucky Avenue. On May 7, a Vizio 42-inch television was reported vandalized at a home on Laval Heights, with damage estimated at $300. On May 8, Xanax was reported stolen from a home on Douglas Avenue. On May 7, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Big Sink Road. On May 10, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for DUI, no registration plates and failure to produce an insurance card. On May 11, a plastic tote with women’s shoes worth $1,000 was reported stolen from a home on East Stephens Street in Midway. On May 10, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Frankfort Street. On May 12, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Pinckard Pike. Fire Reports City Firefighters made 23 EMS assists during the past week. On May 8, they responded to a mulch fire on Kroger Way. On May 10, they performed a welfare check on Elm Street. On May 12, they performed a welfare check on Linden Circle. On May 12, they responded to a natural gas odor on Rose Ridge Road and a lock-out at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System headquarters. County Firefighters made five EMS assists during the past week. On May 7, they responded to smoke from a vehicle on the Bluegrass Parkway and a vehicle accident on McCowans Ferry Road. On May 9, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 East. On May 10, they responded to two vehicle accidents at the intersection of U.S. 60 and Huntertown Road. On May 11, they responded to a motorcycle accident on McCracken Pike and checked a controlled burn on Delaney Ferry Road. On May 12, they responded to what turned out to be a false alarm on Midway Road. On May 13, they responded to what turned out to be a false alarm on Midway Road. Public Records Suits Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Mary Sue Walker Hughes vs. Allen E. Hughes; Margaret C. Yeung vs. Chi Lai Roy Yeung; Melissa M. Jones vs. Blake L. Jones; Brandi J. Smith vs. Brandin J. Smith. Sarah G. Merryman vs. Adam D. Duran for sole custody of minor child. Kimberly Hodges vs. Just Butcharles, Inc. for damages, interest and costs relating to August 2018 incident. Walter Schott vs. Josh Marcum for $11,220 plus interest, court costs and sheriff’s service fee claimed due on a debt.

Deeds Marcus Stacy, as administrator of the Dora Stacy estate, to David N. Schroeder and Kathy A. Schroeder, 241 Douglas Avenue, $30,000. Kandy D. White to Allison E. Patton and William J. Patton, 107 Wooldridge Lane, $150,000. Traditional Bank, Inc. to The HSD Group, LLC (Loretta Hafley, member), 300 Lexington Road, $115,000. Alfred S. Portwood and Carol A. Portwood to Loren Lancaster, 112 Gormley Drive, $70,000. Ball Homes, LLC to Brandon R. Edelen and Hannah L. Wolf, 249 Brunswick Circle, $246,275. Jose Middleton, Richard W. Middleton, Wayne Middleton, Therese Renee Middleton, William Wilkerson, Wendell Lundy, Ashley Lundy Graham, Elizabeth Ashley Lundy and Parrish Graham to Timothy F. Middleton, an undivided four-10ths interest in 103 Martin Luther King Boulevard, $4,000. Judy Lee Short and Charity Kay Short to Lauren A. Tack, 137 Gormley Drive, $144,000. BT Investment Group, Inc., as trustee, to Camron Johnson, 102 Otter Court, $235,000. Sills LTD Properties Corp. (Phillip Todd Sills, president) to Debra Ann Hill, 121 Macey Avenue, $135,000. William Phillip Reed and Barbara Reed to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $2,825. Derby Hills Subdivision Property Owner’s Association, Inc. to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $1,500. Jeffery J. Kuebler and Mary Emmaline Kuebler to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $750. Versailles Church of the Nazarene to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $8,800. The Rev. John Stowe, as Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Lexington, to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $1,550. Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker, Inc. to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $10. Holly Powers to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $3,075. Marilyn Jackson, as trustee, to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $425. Gurjinderpal Singh and Sandeep Kaur to Fiscal Court of Woodford County, land parcel on Huntertown Road, $725. Kristy Craig to Phillips Incorporated, 105 Oak Street, Midway, $125,000.

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