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Public Records - August 15th

District Court Week of Aug. 5 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic Speeding – Brian C. Fisher, $198; Carl A. Fisher, $195; Kimberly D. Jackson, $173; Morries G. Judd, $253; Phoenix Kincaid, $143 plus state traffic school; Arnulfo C. Pineda, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $275. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Cathy J. Sparks, second offense, $1,143. Failure to file accident report – Charles L. Spillman II, $243. DUI – Eric N. Acha, $793; Joe T. Sweet, $518 plus eight days with eight days credit. Operating motor vehicle under influence of intoxicants – Robert Richard, $243.

Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana – Katelynn A. Smith, Frankfort, $260.50; Markeisha S. Demand, 905 Leewood Drive, $260.50; Billie Turner, 403 Ryne Court, $260.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Danny R. Hunter, 543 Meadow Lane, $200.50; Juan J. Jackson, Lexington, $200.50; Phillip M. Jones, 2370 Troy Pike, $200.50; Anthony Rice, Harrodsburg, credit for time served. Criminal trespassing, third-degree – Robert A. Richard, 272 Church Street, two counts, combined with drinking alcoholic beverage in a public place and alcohol intoxication in a public place, two days with credit. Theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting – Zachary D. Adams, Lexington, $160.50 plus 93 days, serve three days with credit and balance probated for two years. Violation of Kentucky EPO – David C. Hartley, 142 North Locust Street, $160.50 plus three days with three days credit. Circuit Court Jeremy Mattox, judge Aug. 7, 1 p.m.

Sentencing Jordan Nicole Abell, 37, of Frankfort, was placed on three years probation for two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and attempted tampering with physical evidence (misdemeanor). A three-year prison sentence was suspended. Miranda D. Duvall, 36, of Versailles, was placed on three years probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance. A one-year prison sentence was suspended. Eric Lewis Rodgers, 28, of Versailles, was placed on five years probation for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and flagrant nonsupport. A two-year, six-month prison sentence was suspended. Zachary L. Thomas, 24, of Versailles, was placed on five years probation and ordered to pay restitution (to be determined) for receiving stolen property (over $500), two counts of third-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking (under $500) and third-degree criminal trespass (misdemeanor). A three-year prison sentence was suspended.

Arraignments Teddy M. Everman, 63, of Morehead, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence. Katherine L. Jennings, 32, of Lawrenceburg, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Allison N. Jivery, 19, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to theft by unlawful taking (firearm), receiving stolen property (firearm) and theft by unlawful taking (over $500). Makale Marks, 20, of Frankfort, pleaded not guilty to trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Timothy Marroquin, 25, of Middlesboro, pleaded not guilty to first-degree promoting contraband, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor). Ricardo Ramirez, 34, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Lindsey Renee Saylor, 23, of Kettle Island, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor).

Trail date Christopher D. Chadwell, 36, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for an Oct. 18-19 jury trial to face charges of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, two counts of being a second-degree felony offender, trafficking in marijuana (8 ounces to less than 5 pounds), trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces).

Indictments (August) Ricardo Ramirez, 34, of Versailles, charged with two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Chastitie Jeane Bryant, 23, of Frankfort, charged with trafficking in marijuana (more than 8 ounces, less than 5 pounds) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Benjamin James Donaldson, 38, of Versailles, charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant (misdemeanor) and two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Matthew Tyler Kiper, 19, of Harrodsburg, charged with two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Joellen Ann Martin, 40, of Lexington, charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. David Lee Sayre, 28, of Lexington, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and first-degree promoting contraband. Angelica R. Walker, 31, of Versailles, charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance and first-degree promoting contraband. Heather L. Wilson, 47, of Georgetown, charged with first-degree fleeing/evading police (motor vehicle), operating a motor vehicle while license is revoked/suspended for driving under the influence, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (four offense/aggravating circumstances) and possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle (violation). Police Reports Versailles police responded to one vehicle accident involving injuries, 15 non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints, issued one citation/summons and made seven arrests. On Aug. 2 at 3:33 p.m., a Ford F-150 driven by Robert A. Hamilton, 56, of Georgetown, was northbound on Pinckard Pike approaching Paynes Mill Road, entering a left-hand curve. Hamilton told police his truck wouldn’t turn, and he went off the road and struck a fence and tree. He was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. Police say medication and steering failure were factors in the accident. On Aug. 7, a wood plank fence at U-Haul was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $200. On Aug. 8, non-payment of court costs, fees or fines and possession of cocaine and Gabapentin were reported on Industry Drive. On Aug. 12, $660 was reported stolen from a vending machine at the Nonesuch Grocery. On Aug. 11, a Dewalt cordless drill and two batteries worth a total of $160 were reported stolen from a home on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. On Aug. 11, police issued a citation/summons on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard for the theft of solar lights worth $20. On Aug. 11, a dark leopard print purse and its contents worth a total of $200 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. On Aug. 12, police made an arrest on Kentucky Avenue for third-degree criminal trespassing. On July 26, three forged checks worth a total of $945 were reported at Central Bank in Lexington. On Aug. 10, harassing communications were reported at a home on Curry Court. On Aug. 9, failure to report an accident with damages in excess of $500 and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license were reported on Paddock Drive. On Aug. 11, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on High Street. On Aug. 9, a Nicholasville resident reported that a stolen debit card was used to purchase $514 in merchandise. On Aug. 8, police made an arrest at a home on Arbor Place Drive for possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. On Aug. 8, police made an arrest on Dan Drive for rear license not illuminated, DUI and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. On Aug. 7, $83 in cash was reported stolen during an ATM transaction on High Street. On July 23, a Dodge Dart was reported vandalized outside a store on Lexington Street, with damage estimated at $500. On Aug. 6, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on Shoreacres Road. On Aug. 6, two Smith & Wesson handguns worth a total of $1,400 were reported stolen from a home on Huntertown Road. On Aug. 3, police made an arrest at the Circle K on South Main Street for violation of a Kentucky EPO. On Aug. 7, police made an arrest at the Circle K on South Main Street for third-degree criminal trespassing. On Aug. 5, a green Old Town canoe worth $1,000 was reported stolen from a home on Old Hickory Lane. On Aug. 5, police made an arrest on Shannon Run Road for possession of marijuana, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Aug. 5, a window at a home on Delaney Ferry Road was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $200. Fire Reports City Versailles firefighters made 25 EMS assists during the past week. On Aug. 6, they responded to a vehicle accident on Kroger Way, made a good intent call to Woodford County Middle School, and responded to smoke coming from a coffee pot on Main Street. On Aug. 7, they responded to an unintentional alarm on Main Street. On Aug. 8, they responded to a mulch fire on Marsailles Road. On Aug. 9, they responded to a false alarm at Woodford County Middle School. On Aug. 10, they responded to a grease fire at Long John Silver’s. On Aug. 11, they responded to a gas leak on High Street. On Aug. 12, they responded to a fire on Saint Clair Street and a cooking fire confined to a container on Beasley Road.

County County firefighters made four EMS assists during the past week. On Aug. 6, they responded to a grass fire on Germany Road and checked a controlled burn on Dry Ridge Road. On Aug. 7, they assisted a homeowner with a water shutoff on Bunton Road. On Aug. 8, they investigated a smoke smell on Troy Pike. On Aug. 12, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 West and checked a carbon monoxide detector on Eureka Drive. Public Records Suits Joseph Schmitt vs. Newtown Farm, Inc. for $171,924.04 plus attorney fees, costs and interest claimed due on a debt. Midland Funding, LLC vs. Bradley Bacon for $6,871.41 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Republic Finance, LLC vs. David A. Lyons Jr. for $7.018.82 plus interest, costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt.

Deeds Pink Properties, LLC (Mischell H. Lee, managing member) to Shelby L. Stevens and Stewart H. Stevens, 202 Dove Park, $240,000. Alisha Jill Littleton to Deborah Jean Raider, 324 Tincher Drive, $212,500. Woodford County Economic Development Authority to The Journey Ministries, Inc. (Gary L. Brown, president), 500 McKinney Avenue (a 9.435-acre lot in the Midway Station industrial park), $500,000. Michaela M. Shields and Austin Fields to John S. Hockensmith, 318 Princess Circle, $1 and other consideration. Martha Carolyn Stapleton, James Thomas Stapleton, Herbert Randall Brackett and Jacquelyn Kay Brackett to John William Semones III and Hannah Hunter, 337 Bryanwood Drive, $134,000. Michael L. Steen and Jennifer H. Steen to Michael M. Steen and Beverly J. Steen, 30 acres on Gastineau Lane, $150,000. Billie M. Bates and Judith Wise-Bates, as trustees of the Billie M. Bates and Judith Wise-Bate Revocable Living Trust, to Bonnie T. Robinson, 172 Depot Street, $20,000. Mary Johnson to Woodford Habitat for Humanity, Inc., 205 Russell Avenue, $15,000. Keith Curry and Betty Curry to Jeffrey L. Tonges and Terri J. Tonges, 100 Virginia Avenue, $55,000. Robert E. Blankenship, as executor of the Bobby G. Dotson estate, to Roy E. Asher and Barbara J. Asher, 107 Shetland Lane, $252,000. Darrell Wayne Lewis and Lori T. Lewis to Robert G. Abell and Deborah Jean Abell, 556 Will Parkway, $285,000. Mary Don Coyle to Andrew J. Coyle and Kristin T. Coyle, 3760 Troy Pike, $400,000. Jared Hawkins and Chelsey Hawkins to Tommymony K. Khim, 430 Quail Run, $224,900. Wooldridge Versailles, LLC (Brad Lawson, member) to Justin M. Roberts, 132 McCowans Ferry Alley, $175,000. Chris Jackson and Amanda Jackson to Stephen T. Justice and Cindy L. Justice, 425 Gleneagles Way, $300,000. Robert R. Powell and Jody E. Powell to Adam Lee Kahmann and Virginia L. Kahmann, 1755 Scotts Ferry Road, $368,000. Mary Lou Hammond to Gregory Jade Koch, 6345 Tyrone Pike, $224,000. Guy Bradshaw and Melanie Bradshaw to Margaret E. Levy and Ryder Finney, 328 South Winter Street, Midway, $319,000. Brian J. Potts and Elaine F. Potts to Patrick T. Hall and Jillian L. Hall, 105 North Winter Court, Midway, $295,000. Robert Hatch and Cari Hatch to LM Pennington Properties, LLC (Lisa Lynn Pennington and Michael G. Pennington, members), 350 Hillcrest Drive, $98,500. Pink Properties, LLC to Isai Tecalco Cabrera and Nidia C. De Tecalco, 336 Ridgewood Drive, $156,500. Phyllis Lee Huff and Larry Young to Kayla M. Johnson, 5885 Tyrone Pike, $279,000. Lawrence W. Moore and Linda T. Moore to James Scott Moore and Sudie Moore, 5270 McCracken Pike, $20,000.

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