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Public Records - December 5th

District Court Nov. 25 Mary Jane Phelps, judge Traffic Speeding – Joshua D. Barco, $198; William T. Clay, combined with reckless driving, $243 plus state traffic school; Luis A.L. Palacio, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $298; Philip J. McIntee, $243; Aaron C. Rothke, combined with no/expired Kentucky registration receipt; Ana C.S. Ramos, state traffic school; Tonya E. Smith, $173; Cameron C. Trent, $198. No insurance – Lawrence C. Bent, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,536; Rose M. Davis, $679. Reckless driving – Eric J. Elam, combined with possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $368. Careless driving – Gabrielle A. Follmer, combined with no operator’s/moped license in possession, $243. DUI – Joshua D. Huff, $743; Joseph L. Bohn, $1,068 plus six months, serve 60 days with credit and balance probated for two years. No operator’s license in possession – Mark A. Jones, combined with failure to file accident report, $493; Lizet Mina, $193. Failure to wear seatbelt – Brenda J. Tipton, combined with failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,443; Dane H. Chappell, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, six days with credit. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – James R. Walker III, $343. No operator’s/moped license – Joshua J. Reed, four days with credit.

Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana – Thomas Blackford, 212 Russell Avenue, $260.50; Amber L. Burke, 553 Beech Street, combined with third-degree possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal attempt to traffic in a controlled substance and trafficking in marijuana, $385 plus 91 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years; Danyelle Burke, Lexington, combined with third-degree possession of a controlled substance, first degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal attempt to traffic in a controlled substance and trafficking in marijuana, $385 plus 91 days, serve one with credit and balance probated for two years. Person 18 or under assisting minor purchase alcohol – Hershell Elswick, address unavailable, $400.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – David Hartley, address unavailable, $200.50; Edgar A. Thacker, Frankfort, $200.50. Criminal possession of a forged instrument, third-degree – Trinidad J. Ibarra, address unavailable, combined with DUI, no operator’s/moped license and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $770.50 plus 75 days with credit and balance probated for two years. Violation of IPO – Jesse M. Howard, 88 Davistown Road, Midway, $185.50 plus five days with credit. Criminal trespassing, third-degree – Robert J. Howell, Lexington, five days with credit. Controlled substance prescription not in original container – Bryan T. Carroll, address unavailable, $160.50. Tampering with physical evidence – Jacob L. Uttinger, 793 Marcella Street, combined with possession of marijuana, resisting arrest and operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol under the age of 21. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one vehicle accident involving injuries, seven non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints and made two arrests. On Nov. 22 at 7:07 p.m., Sophia Caloca, 18, of 867 Mildred Street, was attempting to turn left onto the U.S. 60 Bypass from Industry Drive. She told police she didn’t see a Honda Accord driven by Shelby Smith, no age given, of Winchester, westbound on the bypass. The vehicles collided, and two juveniles in Smith’s car, both of Versailles, were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say Caloca failed to yield. On Dec. 1, second-degree terroristic threatening was reported on Curry Court. On Dec. 2, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road. On Dec. 2, third-degree terroristic threatening and second-degree strangulation were reported at Midway University. On Dec. 1, $1,000 in cash was taken from a bill and coin dispenser at a rest stop on I-64 West. On Nov. 29, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Court Street that damaged a metal signpost. On Nov. 30, police made an arrest on Rumsey Circle for criminal littering, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license, DUI and assault on a probation or police officer. On Nov. 28, second-degree burglary was reported at a home on Hippe Agee Road. On Nov. 27, first-degree promoting contraband and alcohol intoxication in a public place were reported at the Woodford County Detention Center. Fire Reports City Firefighters made 21 EMS assists from Nov. 25-Dec. 2. On Nov. 27, they responded to an unintentional alarm on the U.S. 60 Bypass and a gas leak on North Locust Street. On Nov. 30, they made a good intent call at the intersection of Laval Heights and Lexington Street. On Dec. 1, they responded to a smoke detector but no fire on Arbor Place Drive and a possible fire on Cleveland Avenue.

County Firefighters made three EMS assists from Nov. 25 to Dec. 2. On Nov. 25, they checked a controlled burn on Aiken Road. On Nov. 26, they responded to a report of smoke on Oxford Road. On Nov. 27, they investigated an electrical smell on Paynes Mill Road. On Nov. 28, they responded to a false alarm on West Leestown Road. On Nov. 29, they responded to a tree on fire on Bunton Road, a vehicle fire on U.S. 60 East and checked a controlled burn on Locust Grove Lane. On Nov. 30, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 East at mile marker 66 and burnt food on a stove on Heritage Road. On Dec. 2, they responded to a tractor-trailer fire on the Bluegrass Parkway West and a false alarm on Lexington Road. Public Records Suits Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Sarah Edwards vs. Michael Edwards; David E. Peters vs. Deborah A. Peters; Jason Jointer vs. Jacquelyn Jointer. Commonwealth Bank and Trust Company vs. Brooke N. Kennon for $138,076.30 plus interest, attorney fees, costs, late fees and other advances claimed due on a debt. Westlake Services, LLC DBA Westlake Financial vs. Matthew Jones for $14,259.46 plus interest, costs and attorney fee claimed due on a debt. Discover Bank vs. Ruby Hilton for $10,645.64 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Opal Hunter vs. Safe Auto Insurance Company, et al., for damages and costs relating to June 2016 vehicle accident. Unifund CCR, LLC vs. Timothy L. Marshall for $6,652.42 plus court costs and interest claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS Tommie J. Cole to Lloyd Scott Sacra and Alanna Isabel Sacra, 264 Dunroven Road, $83,640. Wooldridge Versailles, LLC (James Brad Lawson, member) to Angela J. Courtney, 136 McCowans Ferry Alley, $175,000. Vida Lorente Schottenstein to W. Starks Rentals, LLC (William Starks, member), 108 North Gratz Street, Midway, $130,000. William P. Gregory and Thomas R. Gregory, as co-executors of the Mildred C. Gregory estate, to David A. Wrede, 10 acres on Patterson Lane, $25,000. Bavaria Land, LLC (Hartmut H. Malluche, member) to David Pienkowski, 3621 Shannon Run Road, $127,900. William Carl Fish and Regina Fish to Joshua Ryan Fish, 420 Delaney Ferry Road, other consideration. Audrey L. Daniels to Lillian Suzi Shoemaker, as trustee of the Audrey L. Daniels Irrevocable Trust, 258 West Higgins Street, Midway, other consideration. Douglas Steven Stapp to David Sheridian Stapp, 990 Lilliards Ferry Road, $85,000. William M. Parell and Marsha K. Parell to Commonwealth of Kentucky, Transportation Cabinet, .746 acre, more of less, on Troy Pike, $14,075. William M. Parell and Marsha K. Parell to Commonwealth of Kentucky, Transportation Cabinet, .021 acre, more or less, on Troy Pike, $1,200. Patricia Goins to Sabas E. Villalobos, 106 Powhatan Trail, $136,000. Marta Ritchey and Marty D. Ritchey to Daniel J. Mundy and Jacquelyn Mundy, as trustees of the Family Trust of Daniel J. Mundy and Jacquelyn S. Mundy, 215D Berry Avenue, $89,000. Linda L. Goins to Paul A. Susan and Cynthia L. Susan, 460 Shady Lane, Midway, $184,800. Beth Renee Lewis to Mary M. Prouty and Robert P. Windels, 509 Southland Drive, $193,000. Legends Development, LLC (Robert DeArmond, member) to Woodford Dwellings, LLC (James Douglas Creech and Anthony Scott Mattingly, members), 314 Furlong Trace, $69,250. Versailles Presbyterian Church, Inc. to KRO, LLC (Kenneth Rock, member), 338 Cherry Hill Court, $5,000. Steven Kimble and Margo Kimble to Damian Peduto and Valorie Peduto, 125 Granger Lane, $293,000. Legends Development, LLC to DeArmond Construction & Remodeling, Inc. (Robert DeArmond, president), 327 Furlong Trace, $78,250. Mark Alexander and Sara Alexander to Gina Jesse, Keith Jesse, Kevin Bransom and Whitney Bransom, 695 Jones Lane, $521,000. Laura D. Willoughby and Jason A. Willoughby to Franklin Palumbo and Jennifer Gay McCarty-Palumbo, 6020 Hiddenaway Lane, $90,000. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Community Trust Bank, Inc., 107 Garnett Street, $10,400. Desirae Parrott to Donald Glen Parrott, 1.08 acres on Cummins Ferry Road, other consideration, quitclaim deed. Stuart W. Martt, Janice F. Martt and Richard S. Reed to Joshua Stephenson and Rebecca Stephenson, 2905 Hifner Road, $440,000. Ball Homes, LLC to Michael P. Bradley and Nancy S. Bradley, 3024 Rosewood Drive, $295,568. Herbert A. Roe Jr. to Joseph V. Moniot and Donna A. Moniot, 1440 Cummins Ferry Road, $135,000.

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