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PUBLIC RECORDS - July 3rd

District Court Week of June 24 Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Traffic Speeding – Angela L. Cook, $143 plus state traffic school; Adarius Pegues, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $213; Preston M. Woods, $163. Failure to file accident report – Jeremias L. Diego, $193. Disregarding stop sign – Simon H. Long, $168. No operator’s/moped license – Georgina Ramirez-Garcia, $243. DUI – Hallie Bagley, $778 plus four days with two days credit; Krystal D. Boyd, combined with driving on DUI-suspended license, $493 plus 44 days, serve 14 with seven days credit; Timothy R. Hall, second offense, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,110.50 plus 37 days, serve seven days with two days credit and balance probated for two years. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Mahailie Wilson, $368; Edward E. Phiel, 25 days with credit. Disregarding signals from officers directing traffic – Alexander V. Guadagni, $185.50.

Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana – Micel C. Nunez, address unavailable, $310.50; Lynn M. Cason, 200 High Street, $310.50; Benjamin R. Hagan, Lexington, $285.50; Gary N. Webster, Independence, $310.50; Kellie Shouse, Lexington, five days with credit. Possession of controlled substance, third-degree – Kayla E. Owens, address unavailable, $260.50 plus six months probated for two years; Kellie Shouse, Lexington, combined with trafficking in marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, one day with credit. Nonsupport – Lonnie E. Wilson, address unavailable, $210.50 plus six months probated for two years. Criminal trespassing, third-degree – Sean C. Campbell, Lexington, $200.50; Raliegh Matlock, Wilmore, $200.50; Matthew Myers, Lexington, $200.50. Violation of Kentucky EPO – Charles M. Hansel, 523 Clifton Road, $185.50 plus one day with credit. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Matias D. Castro, 139 Macey Avenue, $200.50.

Police Reports Versailles police responded to two motor vehicle accidents, one domestic-related complaint and made three arrests. On June 30, police made an arrest on Court Street for possession of marijuana and public intoxication (controlled substance). On June 29, theft by deception involving $454.96 was reported at PNC Bank. On June 28, possession of drug paraphernalia, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and obstructed vision and/or windshield were reported on Lexington Road. On June 26, police made an arrest on Chestnut Lane for trafficking in heroin and methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. On June 26, police made an arrest on Douglas Avenue for second-degree disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. On June 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Frankfort Street that caused $3,000 in damage to a Honda Accord. On June 28, unauthorized use of a Dodge Ram was reported on Dry Ridge Road. On June 27, a missing persons report was filed at a North Winter Street home in Midway. On June 25, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident at the Shell on Huntertown Road that caused $200 in damage to a Kia Optima. On June 24, a gas grill, hand tools and other items were reported stolen from a home on Chestnut Lane. On June 25, a traffic light at the intersection of High Street and Falling Springs Boulevard was reported vandalized, with red spray-painted graffiti causing $300 in damage. On June 25, a handheld computer device was reported used at the Kentucky Community and Technical College System headquarters to transfer $110,400 to a fraudulent account. On June 27, the shoplifting of a can of Red Bull worth $5.19 was reported at the Circle K on Yellow Jacket Drive.

Fire Reports City Versailles firefighters made 20 EMS assists over the six-day period from June 25-30. On June 26, they responded to a malfunctioning fire alarm at More Than A Bakery. On June 27, they responded to a vehicle accident on Church Street and a cooking fire on Mildred Street.

County County firefighters made three EMS assists over the six-day period from June 25-30. On June 25, they responded to a natural gas leak on Cypress Road, a farm tractor fire on Spring Station Road, burnt food on a stove on Tyrone Pike and checked a controlled burn on Ravenwood Road. On June 26, they responded to a false alarm on Pinckard Pike, a propane grill fire on Oxford Road and helped remove a bird from a home on Eureka Road. On June 27, they checked a controlled burn on Woodlake Road and responded to a vehicle accident on Lexington Road. On June 28, they cleaned up a fuel spill after a semi accident on I-64 and investigated a gas odor on Paynes Mill Road. On June 30, they responded to a vehicle accident on Fords Mill Road and a tree limb on a power line on Dunroven Road.

Public Records

Suits Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Crystal G. LaMastus vs. Matthew R. LaMastus. Debra Price vs. Rick Roberts, et al., for damages and attorney fees related to September 2018 dog attack.

Deeds Roscoe Eugene Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback, as co-trustees of the Hornback Family Trust, to BRD Properties, LLC (Byron R. Drury, member), 311 and 313 Princess Circle, $225,000. Harold T. Lamb and Donna L. Lamb to Ameen Mesmr and Jordyn Woodson, 4585 Fords Mill Road, $166,000. Dawn Harlow and Gary Harlow to Margaret E. Hall, 174 Dunroven Drive, $119,000. Noah G. Wilson and Alyson Wilson to Robert Kevin Tennill and Amy Castillo Gaines, 517 Southland Drive, $208,000. Mark W. Houghton and Melissa T. Houghton to Jennifer L. Wyatt, 717 Seth Drive, $330,000. John W. Jennings and Lisa J. Jennings to William Schotanus and Dawn Schotanus, 491 Gaffney Court, $610,000. AJAX, LLC (John W. Hays, sole member) to Mary Jane Scott, 501-503 Oak Street, $120,000. Diane L. Razor-Ott to Shanon C. Howell and Sandra L. Howell, 1779 Cummins Ferry Road, $235,000. Charles M. Cooper and Teresa J. Cooper to Alyne Griffen and Matthew Griffin, 711 McGee Road, $445,000. James L. Maness and Margaret A. Maness to BIF Holdings, LLC (Becky I. Fischer, vice president), 130 and 132 East Main Street, Midway, $176,000. Carla Noel Grubbs, as executor of the James W. Noel estate, to Nancy Maxine Gilkison, 448 Duell Drive, $155,000. John Clark Sanders and Paula Sanders to Alyson C. Wilson and Noah G. Wilson, 8003 Sea Hero Run, $385,000. Ball Homes, LLC to Christopher D. Simpson and Michelle Simpson, 1088 Cedar Ridge Road, $342,295. James D. Rouse, as executor of the Lily May Clark estate, to Morgan C. Cordray, 217 Gayland Drive, Midway, $390,000. Mary L. Walling to The Loco Mosquito, LLC (Edward Bullen, member), 540 Delaney Ferry Road, $80,000. James R. Jackson and Heather L. Jackson to 2K Holdings, LLC (Teresa Kelly, member), 483 Hunters Ridge Drive, $244,000. Collin R. Frazier and Bobbie Frazier to Katie R. Flora and Jacob L. Flora, 120 Queensway Drive, $140,000.

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