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District Court Week of Sept. 23 Mary Jane Phelps, judge Traffic Speeding – Landus D. Bellamy, $173; Jorge A.C. Contreras, $143 plus state traffic school; Dathen A. Collins, $143 plus state traffic school; Matthew D. Eubanks, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and no operator’s license in possession, $238; Tomas V. Flores, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $281; Evan J. Mattingly, $143; Safari A. Nduhira, $173; James A. Sabens, $143 plus state traffic school; Eric L. Walters, $143 plus state traffic school. DUI – Natalie R. Bradford, $743; Filadelfio Mendoza, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $743 plus 30 days with credit; Tyler Shaw, two days with credit; Jeffery D. Given, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $1,028 plus 37 days, serve seven days with credit. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Christy D. Bradley, $243; Jesse L Cleveland, $1,072.50 (includes restitution); Amber M. Sanderson, $243. Federal safety regulations/inspect/repair/maintenance – Cynthia A. Carroll, $243. No insurance – John A. Centers, $1,143. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Annahi M. Zuniga, $343; Michael S. Parker, $193.

Misdemeanors Disorderly conduct – Efrain Mora-Murillo, Louisville, $310.50. Assault, fourth-degree, domestic violence (minor injury) – Joshua Downs, 189 Arbor Place Drive, $235.50 plus two days with credit. Resisting arrest – Chad A. Holbrook, Louisville, $160.50 plus four days with credit. Criminal trespassing, first-degree – Anthony Rice, address unavailable, $210.50 plus 12 days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two accidents involving injuries, 28 non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint, issued three citations/summonses and made four arrests. On Sept. 21 at 11:29 p.m., a Chevrolet Impala driven by Khadijah M. Phillips, 25, of Lexington, was eastbound on the Bluegrass Parkway in the left lane when she locked her brakes to avoid a slower vehicle, skidded across the right lane and struck a guard rail. She was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say inattention was a factor in the crash. On Sept. 25 at 5:05 a.m., a Toyota Tundra driven by Ronald A. Fields, 46, of Lawrenceburg, was eastbound on I-64. He told police he swerved to avoid a deer and went off the right side of the road. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On Sept. 30, harassing communications were reported on Bell Avenue. On Sept. 29, a Toyota Corolla was reported vandalized at an Industry Drive industrial site, with damage estimated at $750. On Oct. 1, tools and a tool bag worth a total of $1,050 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Hippe Agee Road. On Sept. 30, a utility trailer worth $1,080 was reported stolen from a home on Abbey Road. On Sept. 28, a citation/summons was issued on Oregon Road for operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. On Sept. 28, jeans, an air compressor and other items worth a total of $350 were reported stolen from a home on Oak Street. On Sept. 27, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at a store on Kroger Way. On Sept. 24, police made an arrest on Troy Pike for possession of methamphetamine, giving an officer false identifying information, possession of drug paraphernalia and other charges. On Sept. 27, a Ford Taurus worth $4,000 was reported vandalized at a home on Linden Drive. On Sept. 24, hemp plants worth $100,000 and a hemp license sign were reported stolen from a field on Troy Pike. On Sept. 27, a fugitive from another state was reported at a store on Crossfield Drive. On Sept. 23, police issued a citation/summons on U.S. 60 for DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. On Sept. 26, the shoplifting of items worth a total of $200 was reported at Kroger. On Sept. 26, donuts and a six-pack of mini-Cokes worth a total of $5.68 were reported shoplifted from Kroger. On Sept. 26, police issued a citation/summons at an East Leestown Pike office building for possession of marijuana. On Sept. 26, police made an arrest on South Locust Street for alcohol intoxication in a public place and third-degree terroristic threatening. On Sept. 25, a handgun worth $456.83 was reported stolen from a home on Breckenridge Drive. On Sept. 24 and Sept. 25, police made two arrests at homes on Mildred Street for third-degree criminal trespassing. On Sept. 23, drills, a charger and other items worth a total of $1,100 were reported stolen from a home on Huntertown Road. On Sept. 24, police issued a citation/summons on McCracken Pike for possession of marijuana. On Sept. 24, second-degree disorderly conduct and harassment (physical contact, no injury) were reported at a Lexington Street restaurant. Fire Reports City Firefighters made 17 EMS assists during the past week. On Sept. 24, they responded to a gas leak on Rosewood Drive, a vehicle accident on Morgan Street, a carbon monoxide detector activation on Lexington Road and had a run to Frankfort Road cancelled en route. On Sept. 25, they responded to a vehicle accident on South Main Street. On Sept. 26, they responded to a false alarm on Macey Boulevard, alarms but no fires on Elm Street and Georgia Street, and a hazardous condition on Frankfort Street. On Sept. 27, they responded to a smoke detector but no fire on Cheney Road. On Sept. 30, they responded to a carbon monoxide detector on Shermans Crescent and a person believed to be considering jumping off the pedestrian bridge on the U.S. 60 Bypass.

County Firefighters made four EMS assists during the past week. On Sept. 24, they responded to an alarm on Paynes Mill Road set off by dust in a smoke detector. On Sept. 25, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 at mile marker 64. On Sept. 28, they responded to a grass fire on Midway Road and a report of a grass fire in Anderson County. On Sept. 29, they responded to smoke alarms set off by burnt food on Tincher Drive and McCracken Pike. Public Records Suits Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – James E. Parsons vs. Tiffany S. Parsons; Johnathan N. Spencer vs. Heather F. Spencer; Adrian Feldman vs. Karen Feldman; Elizabeth Cecil vs. Nolan Cecil. Michelle Banks vs. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. for damages, attorney fees, court costs and other fees related to October 2017 purchase of Honda CR-V. Ford Motor Credit Company LLC vs. Elizabeth Ficara for $5,675 plus interest, costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Doris Chappell vs. Castle Hill Farm DBA Castle Hill Winery for damages, attorney fees and costs related to September 2018 fall in parking lot. Thomas D. Brown to Woodford County Clerk for clear title to 1966 Volvo 122S. The Huntington National Bank vs. Animus Lignum LLC, et al., for $1,776,883.06 plus costs, appraisals, advances and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Republic Finance, LLC vs. Robert D. Stumbo for $8,571.01 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Capital One Bank vs. Shawn M. Roark for $16,883.44 claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS Sofie Pieter Jose Geyen and Bart Sylvan Clement Kenis to Shane James Rose and Jill Pritchard, 212 West Main Street, Midway, $240,000. Raymond Michael Shaw and Joan Shaw to Gregory W. K. Goins and Brittany J. Goins, 7037 Arbor Meadow Way, $430,000. Ruth Murphy to Howard S. Murphy, 4274 Delaney Ferry Road, $1 and other consideration. David R. Ringler and Lorelei Ringler to Jamie Denis Corbett and Shannon Leigh Corbett, 765 Dry Ridge Road, $340,000. Construcat Homes, LLC (Edgar Sala Saborit, member) to Carlos Luis Bertrand, 103 Mack Street, $20,000. Brett Kennedy and Tammy Kennedy to Raquel Devine, 209 Redbud Court, $205,000. Charles K. LeNeave and Devin N. LeNeave to Brenda Lile, 228 Gleneagles Way, $232,000. Melanie Jo Bradshaw to Guy David Bradshaw, 320 South Winter Street, Midway, quitclaim deed. Swartz Rentals, LLC (Christopher Swartz, owner) to June M. Beckum, 209 Russell Avenue, $133,500. Linda Shryock Popp, as administrator of the Orville Ray Popp estate, to Ashley C. Hymer and John Hymer III, 104 Highview Drive, Midway, $210,000. Lynsey H. Henderson and Jonathan W. Henderson to Charlie Xiong and Jennifer Lynn Ballard, 210 Gray Hawk Court, $260,000. Laura Kovac to Robert Todd Sayre and Aimee Xander Sayre, 140 Craigs Creek Road, $420,000. Connie B. Brown to Angela Brown Bain, 314 Tincher Drive, $1 and quitclaim deed. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to American Advisors Group, 6111 Delaney Ferry Extension, $144,231. Gregory Hunter Baker to Destiny Hendrix and Madison Williams, 768 Janet Street, $147,500.

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