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District Court Week of Dec. 23 On Dec. 23, Woodford District Court held a special jail docket with Judge Mary Jane Phelps presiding.

Misdemeanors Violation of Kentucky EPO – Joseph L. Eustice, address unavailable, $160.50 plus times served with credit; Shawn D. Martin, 312 Tincher Drive, $160.50 plus four days with credit. Fraudulent use of a credit card – Bonheur Kwizera, 406 Elm Street, combined with theft of property lost/mislaid/delivered by mistake, $171 plus six days with credit. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Robert A. Richard, 272 Church Street, combined with third-degree terroristic threatening, 30 days with credit. Police Reports Versailles police responded to 16 non-injury vehicle accidents, one domestic-related complaint and made two arrests. On Dec. 14, tires were reported slashed on Curry Court, with damage estimated at $100. On Dec. 21, $400 in cash and a debit and credit card were reported stolen at a Lexington Road convenience store. On Dec. 20, harassment (physical contact, no injury) was reported at a Molly Street home. On Dec. 21, a bow, fishing reels and other items worth a total of $2,800 were reported stolen from a garage on Bryanwood Drive. On Dec. 19, failure to report an accident with damage in excess of $500 was reported on I-64 East. On Dec. 17, identity theft was reported at a home on Locust Grove Lane. On Dec. 18, $25 in fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at Wesbanco on United Drive. On Dec. 19, possession of Oxycontin was reported on Curry Court at Laval Heights. On Dec. 20, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at a home on Ashmore Avenue. On Dec. 20, police made an arrest at a Tincher Drive home for violation of a Kentucky EPO. Fire Reports

City Firefighters made 20 EMS assists from Dec. 20-26. On Dec. 20, they responded to a natural gas odor in downtown Versailles. Columbia Gas workers did not find a leak. On Dec. 24, they responded to a gas leak on Kroger Way and a smoke detector activation on Rumsey Circle. On Dec. 26, they responded to a gas leak on Adena Trace.

County Firefighters made three EMS assists from Dec. 20-26. On Dec. 21, they responded to a vehicle accident on Versailles Road. On Dec. 23, they responded to vehicle accidents on Troy Pike and I-64 at mile marker 61. On Dec. 24, they investigated a burning smell in a home on Foxchase Court. On Dec. 25, they checked for a grass fire on Hippe Agee Road and responded to a grass fire on Fintville Road. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Marquita Thomas vs. Jonathan Thomas; Stacy L. Davis vs. James A. Davis. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Manuel H. Garcia for support of minor children.

DEEDS Ashley E. Jent and Michael P. Jent to Jon C. Morgan and Deanna L. Morgan, 552 Debra Court, $136,250. Thomas R. McCormick III and Tiffaney McCormick to Jamie K. Van Cleave, 109 Carriage Lane, Midway, $233,000. Christopher P. Ott and Tammy L. Ott to Nathan Mark Ott, 1225 Fords Mill Road, other consideration. Edna K. White to Stonestreet Farm, LLC (Lesley May Howard, CEO), 59.13 acres at 519 Duckers Lane, $850,000. James William Curtis II and Jennifer Logan Curtis to Peter T. O’Nan, 309 Ridgewood Drive, $137,000. Falin M. McKenzie and Matthew A. Wright to Jessica S. Tyler and Robert W. Lear, 239 Montgomery Avenue, $222,500. Ball Homes, LLC to Aaron T. Sallee and Iniko Z. Sallee, 288 Brunswick Circle, $272,129. Ball Homes, LLC to Donald L. Smith and Susan E. Smith, 452 Hastings Lane, $324,035. Raymond Azbill to Hermelinda Garcia Ramon and Leonides Avila, 130 Cleveland Avenue, $69,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Danielle Estelle Delgado and Bryan Raymond Cook Jr.; Maribel Torres Mendoza and Jesus Torres Chaires.

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