District Court Week of May 13 Mary Jane Phelps, judge Traffic DUI – Connor T. Bobzien, second offense, $868 plus 37 days, serve seven with two days credit and balance probated for two years; Michelle C. Starr, $743; Andrew B. Silver, third offense, $1,093 plus six months, serve 60 days. Speeding – Kenneth S. Catlett, $143 plus state traffic school; Cameron D. Desmond, $143 plus state traffic school; Avaughndre M. Douglas, combined with no/expired registration plates, $201; Nathan J. Dutschke, combined with reckless driving, $198 plus state traffic school; Jessica B. Paxton, $143 plus state traffic school; Ashley M. Sherrard, state traffic school; Shircun V. Willus, $143 plus state traffic school; Holly K. Williams, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $714 plus six days with credit. Improper equipment – Sarah Conn, $143. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Rachel D. Foley, $643; Jamicka Reed, $268; Brian S. Segel, $243. No/expired registration plates – Angela Johnson, combined with license to be in possession and failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance, $718. Passing loading/unloading school/church bus – Hesiquio C. Pena, $243; Rachel E. Powers, $243. No operator’s/moped license – Ana M.P. Lopez, combined with reckless driving, $243. Failure to produce insurance card – Bianca M. Salinas, $200.
Misdemeanors Theft by unlawful taking – Steven H. Hall, Cynthiana, $213 plus 30 days probated for two years. Menacing – Dremar Carr, 204 Beasley Drive, three days with credit. Possession of marijuana – Miranda D. Duvall, 179 Cleveland Avenue, combined with theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting, nine days with credit. Possession of drug paraphernalia – Matthew L. Gill Jr., address unavailable, combined with possession of controlled substance, second-degree 10 days with credit. Assault, fourth-degree, domestic violence (no visible injury) – Jimmie R. Maxey Jr., Ashland, combined with second-degree wanton endangerment and first-degree wanton endangerment, 120 days with credit. Wanton endangerment, second-degree – Travis Manley, 466 Aiken Road, combined with DUI, $760.50 plus 22 days, serve two days with credit and balance probated for two years. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one vehicle accident involving an injury, 29 non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made one arrest. On May 10 at 8:03 a.m., a Scion XB driven by Christa D. Crowe, 40, of Georgetown, and a Ford F-250 driven by Jeffrey L. Nugen, 33, of Richmond, were stopped in the left lane of Lexington Road at the Huntertown Road intersection. A Fiat 500 driven by Matthew W. King, 46, of Harrodsburg was westbound in the left lane and drifted into the turn lane, rear-ending the Scion, which struck a trailer hauled by the Ford truck. The Fiat rolled back across the median across both eastbound lanes, coming to rest on the grass in front of Speedway. King told police he was reaching into a lunch box in the passenger seat, and that he knew he shouldn’t have been doing so. He was arrested for driving a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and taken to the Woodford County Detention Center. Crowe was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On May 20, a Pontiac G-6 was reported vandalized at a Clifton Road home, with damage estimated at $300. On May 11, a Dell laptop worth $2,500 was reported stolen from a home on Gleneagles Way. On May 18, $1,085.26 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at a home on West Domino Court. On May 19, two handguns worth a total of $750 were reported stolen from a home on Troy Pike. On May 18, a window screen on Simmons Street was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $50. On May 15, a Ford Ranger was reported vandalized on Minary Avenue, with damage estimated at $95. On May 14, a violation of a Kentucky EPO and harassing communications were reported on Court Street. On May 13, police began a death investigation at a home on Mildred Street. On May 14, a counterfeit $5 bill was reported at McDonald’s. On May 14, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Old Frankfort Pike. On May 12, DUI, trafficking in marijuana and possession of ecstasy were reported on Lexington Road. On May 15, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Kentucky Avenue. On May 15, second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument was reported at a public or government building on South Main Street. On May 15, harassment (physical contact, no injury) was reported on Russell Avenue. On May 15, menacing was reported on Pisgah Pike. On May 13, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on the Bluegrass Parkway. On May 16, first-degree wanton endangerment was reported on Old Dry Ridge Road. On May 15, careless driving, DUI, and possession of methamphetamine, heroin and drug paraphernalia were reported on I-64 East. On May 15, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in a Lexington Road parking lot. Fire Reports City Firefighters made 27 EMS assists during the past week. On May 14, they responded to a lock-out on North Main Street and an alarm on Fieldview Drive. On May 16, they responded to a vehicle accident involving injuries on McDonald Drive. On May 17, they responded to a smoke detector activation on Clifton Road, a carbon monoxide detector activation on Macey Avenue, and a fire alarm on Kroger Way. On May 20, they responded to a smoke detector activation on Mildred Street and a fire alarm on Crossfield Drive.
County Firefighters made three EMS assists during the past week. On May 14, they used the jaws of life at a vehicle accident on I-64 and checked a controlled burn on Old Clifton Road. On May 15, they responded to a vehicle accident on Troy Pike. On May 16, they responded to a gas line accident on Old Frankfort Pike, a rear tire of a horse trailer on fire on I-64, and a tree limb on a camper on Cummins Ferry Road. On May 17, they installed smoke detectors on Shady Lane and Dove Park. On May 18, they responded to a vehicle accident on Pinckard Pike and used the jaws of life at a vehicle accident on McCracken Pike. On May 19, they responded to a tree limb on a power line on Berlin Drive. On May 20, they responded to a kitchen grease fire on Pinckard Pike and a farm tractor on fire on Steele Road. Public Records Suits Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Joni B. Brodt vs. John D. Brodt. Discover Bank vs. Victoria S. Partridge for $23,091.35 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB TR vs. Will Wethington for $110,813.97 plus interest, late charges, advances and costs claimed due on a debt. H & K Grading and Excavation, LLC vs. Christian B. Tackett for $6,200 plus attorney fees and court costs claimed due on a debt. Capital One Bank vs. Jennifer S. Ciecorka for $9,936.50 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs. Jennifer Ciecorka for $8,314.26 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Walter E. Schott vs. Dawn Hardin for $7,285 plus interest, court costs and service fees claimed due on a debt. Crown Asset Management, LLC vs. Esther R. Magoon for $2,136.41 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Transcend Credit Union vs. James N. Terry for $14,757.66 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Commonwealth Bank and Trust Company vs. Elizabeth P. Rudd as executrix of estate of Kenneth S. Johnson, et al., for $305,071.36 plus interest, late charges, escrow advances, penalties, court costs, attorney fees and other expenses claimed due on a debt. University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union vs. Carissa Daughterty for $25,839.37 plus interest, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.
Deeds William R. Ramsey and Gloria S. Ramsey to Bobbie J. Ramsey, as trustee of the William and Gloria Ramsey Family Trust, 204 South Hill Drive, other consideration, quitclaim deed. James A. Magditch and Virginia L. Magditch to James Magditch and Virginia L. Magditch, as trustees of the Magditch Family Living Trust, 401 Gleneagles Way, other consideration. George M. Tackett and Jerri J. Tackett to William W. Bratcher and Kellyn L. Bratcher, 112 Ridge Road, $252,000. Roger Sigley and Ruth Gong to Ryan M. Sigley, 106 Coach Station Road, Midway, other consideration. Jessica Hall and Joshua Timothy Hall to Michael Lewis Clem II, 6839 Fords Mill Road, $166,000. MTGLQ Investors, LP to Frederick J. Smarr and M. Julia Smarr, 313 Bryanwood Drive, $90,000. Charles L. Martin Jr. to Margaret Anne Brooks, 150 Bunton Road, $94,600. Amel ZVL Properties, LLC (Ashleigh Leach, member) to Thomas Hagan, 342 Second Street, Midway, $189,000. William James Baughman and Susan Lynn Baughman to Harley Heights, LLC (William James Baughman and Susan Lynn Baughman, members), 790 Elliston Lane, other consideration. AES Investments, Inc. (Aaron Smither, president) to Charles Thomas Jones and Linda Sue Jones, 135 Morgan Street, $238,000. Paul S. Popplewell and Deborah J. Popplewell to Adam Manns, 115 Molly Street, $168,500. James H. Houston III and Rae Ann Houston, as trustees of the James and Rae Ann Houston Revocable Living Trust, to Rae Lynn Houston, 330 Foxtail Road, $1. Willie Ann Lansing to Daniel J. Mundy and Jacquelyn S. Mundy, as trustees of the Family Trust of Daniel J. Mundy and Jacquelyn S. Mundy, 215E Berry Avenue, $90.000. Bradley R. Scarborough and Laci D. Scarborough to Michael L. Shouse Jr. and Kelly B. Shouse, 150 Tyrone Pike, $259,900. Don Brad White, as executor under will of Anna C. White, to Jonathan J. Deboer and Janel Deboer, 179 Juniper Drive, $161,000. Charles W. Carroll and Cathy G. Carroll to James E. Itson Sr., 121 Ravenwood Road, $104,000. Randy E. Kraemer and Susan J. Kraemer to Brandon T. Tompkins and Altramese L. Roberts Tompkins, 483 Parkside Court, $256,900. Mary Delila Mahan to Dalton O. Evans and Connie Y. Evans, 120 Maiden Lane, $130,000.