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District Court Feb. 3 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Carl L. Chapman, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $293. DUI – Cameron J. Cool, $718 plus four days with credit or six days home incarceration; Raymundo Morales-Casquera, combined with no operator’s/moped license and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $753 plus four days with credit. Speeding – Yolanda Hollin, $243; Andres G. Vallejos, combined with no operator’s/moped license and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, $324; Sharon B. Layne, $163; Lucia E. Leslie, $243; Carlos Tutton, $163. Improperly turning/driving lane or entering limited access – Melinda L. Dupont, combined with careless driving, $193 plus state traffic school. Failure to wear seatbelt – Donna W. England, $25; Brandon Leazier, $25; Elijah M. McQuerry, $25. Federal safety regulations, parts needed for safe operation – Yankiel C. Lopez, $193. No operator’s license in possession – Alexander L. Moody, $193; Dillon S. Oaks, $193; Todd K. Porter Jr., $193. No operator’s/moped license – Ismael R. Corona, $243. No trailer plate – Leobardo S. Rodriguez, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and four counts of federal safety regulation violations, $593.

Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana – Coti S. Perkins, Frankfort, combined with speeding and failure to wear seatbelt, $193. Criminal mischief, third-degree – Deanna Campbell, address unavailable, combined with theft by unlawful taking, restitution. Disorderly conduct, second-degree – Elder Rodriguez, Clarksville, Ind., $185.50. Violation of Kentucky EPO – Zane K. Bugg, Harrodsburg, $160.50 plus 91 days, serve one day with credit and balance probated for two years; Daryl G. Greenlee, 228 Clifton Road, combined with alcohol intoxication in a public place, $185.50 plus seven days with credit. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Brandon M. Dickman, Lexington, $200.50. Criminal mischief, third-degree – David C. Hartley, 142 North Locust Street, combined with alcohol intoxication in a public place, $311.50. Possession of controlled substance, third-degree – Daniel N. Reeves, 506 North Central Avenue, $210.50. Operating non-motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicants – Robert A. Richard, 272 Church Street, combined with third-degree terroristic threatening, $260.50 plus three days with credit. Fleeing or evading police, second-degree – Samantha E. Russell, Harrodsburg, 10 days with credit. Public intoxication, controlled substance – William D. Giles, 150 Virginia Avenue, three days with credit. Possession of legend drugs – Margret M. Pennington, 796 Nancy Street, combined with possession of drug paraphernalia, $235.50 plus two days with credit. Circuit Court Feb. 5, 1 p.m. Jeremy Mattox, judge

Sentencing Charles E. Eller, 47, of Monticello, was sentenced to 11 years in prison for second-degree arson and second-degree burglary. Jon M. Florence, 32, of Versailles, was sentenced to 28 years in prison for two counts of first-degree sodomy and tampering with physical evidence. Juan Jamel Jackson, 55, of Lexington, was sentenced to 120 days in jail (with credit for time served) and fined $200 for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, operating on a suspended revoked operator’s license (misdemeanor) and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor). The remainder of an 18-month prison sentence was probated for five years and Jackson’s driver’s license was suspended for five years. James M. Kovar, 56, of Lexington, was fined $200 and his driver’s license was suspended for 30 days after he pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor). The commonwealth deferred prosecution of a felony charge of first-degree possession of a controlled substance under the plea agreement.

Arraignments Angela M. Brown, 39, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor) and third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor). Kaitlin Campbell, 25, of Winchester, pleaded not guilty to trafficking in marijuana (8 ounces to less than 5 pounds), three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession of synthetic drugs (misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), tampering with physical evidence and carrying a concealed deadly weapon (misdemeanor). Amanda R. Johnson, 37, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). William E. Newcomb Jr., 54, of Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to first-degree strangulation, violation of a protective order (misdemeanor), second-degree assault, fourth-degree assault (misdemeanor), first-degree unlawful imprisonment, menacing (misdemeanor) and resisting arrest (misdemeanor). James P. Strong, 33, of Sadieville, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Jacob Uttinger, 19, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to receiving stolen property (over $500). Tamara A. Vincencio, 43, of Sulphur, pleaded not guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

Trial dates Rollie Deshawn Lamar Jr., 26, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a June 15-16 jury trial to face charges of trafficking in marijuana (8 ounces to less than 5 pounds), carrying a concealed deadly weapon (misdemeanor), failure to or improper signal (violation) and failure to produce insurance card (violation). Samuel Bain Turner, 44, of Lexington, was scheduled to return for a June 22-23 jury trial to face charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (fourth offense), driving on a DUI suspended license (misdemeanor), failure to surrender revoked operator’s license (misdemeanor) and possession of an open alcoholic container in a motor vehicle (violation). Gerald J. Wallace, 46, of Lexington, was scheduled to return for a May 28-29 jury trial to face charges of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, carrying a concealed deadly weapon by prior deadly weapon felony offender, possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), failure of owner to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor) and no registration plates (violation).

Probation John A. Simpson, 49, of Frankfort, was ordered to serve out a two-year sentence for violating terms of his probation for theft by unlawful taking ($500 or more) and second-degree forgery. Ashley Hope Strickland, 27, of Frankfort, was ordered to serve out a one-year prison sentence for violating terms of her probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Police reports Versailles police responded to two motor vehicle accidents involving injuries, 15 non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint, issued one citation/summons and made three arrests. On Jan. 30, a BMW 328 was parked too close to a pedestrian’s vehicle in a High Street parking lot. The pedestrian, Hope Hulette, 40, of 308 Princess Circle, approached by BMW’s owner, Joshua A. McWilliams, 36, of 3081 Cummins Ferry Road and he agreed to move it. When McWilliams was trying to back out, Hulette said he ran over her foot. Woodford EMS personnel responded to the scene, but Hulette refused transport. Police took four witness statements for the incident report, and no charges were filed. On Feb. 3 at 12:54 p.m., a Honda Pilot driven by Catherine M. Anderson, 55, of 107 Ravenwood Drive, was westbound on Crossfield Drive when her vehicle collided with a Dodge Ram pickup driven by Charles Hale, 56, of Williamsburg, that was southbound on the U.S. Bypass. Anderson told police she had the green light, while Hale said he thought he had the green light. Two witnesses backed up Anderson’s account. Anderson was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police said Hale disregarded the traffic light, failed to yield, and his vehicle was not under control. On Feb. 8, police issued a citation/summons on Lexington Street for possession of marijuana. On Feb. 6, the U-Haul store on Marsailles Road was vandalized with graffiti, with damage estimated at $200. On Feb. 8, harassment (no physical contact) was reported at a home on Altamont Court. On Feb. 6, police made an arrest on Elm Street for leaving the scene of an accident, operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and DUI. On Feb. 4, a forged Stone Farm check for $1,494.01 was reported at a bank on Marsailles Road. On Feb. 1, police made an arrest for DUI on Old Frankfort Pike. On Feb. 4, illegal dumping was reported at the Dollar Tree. On Feb. 3, police made an arrest on Merewood Drive for leaving the scene of an accident, fleeing or evading police, first-degree wanton endangerment and several other charges. On Feb. 4, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at a home on Clifton Road. Fire reports City Versailles firefighters made 25 EMS assists from Feb. 4 to Feb. 10. On Feb. 5, they responded to a natural gas leak on Mack Street, a smoke detector activation (with no fire) on Simmons Street, and extricated a minor who’d accidentally been locked inside a storage locker on Macey Avenue. On Feb. 8, they responded to a gas leak on South Hill Street. County Woodford County Firefighters made three EMS assists from Feb. 4 to Feb. 10. On Feb. 5, they helped with a lock-out on Weisenberger Mill Road and responded to a vehicle accident on Old Frankfort Pike. On Feb. 8, they checked a controlled burn on Cummins Ferry Road. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Shawn L. Hamm vs. Ingrida Hamm; Olivia Addams vs. Samuel Addams. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, ex rel., et al., vs. Brandi Schroeder for support of minor children. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Andrew Nelle for support of minor children. Bryson E. Parrish vs. Keisha R. Parrish for custody of minor child. Ashley M. Saylor vs. Ryan P. Dunmeyer for joint custody of minor child. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Crystal Fowler-Rambo for support of minor children. Joshua Jewell, et al., vs. Kaylie R. Cooper for custody of minor child. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 20 vs. Michelle Smith for $30,543.91 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust 20 vs. Michelle Smith for $16,691.33 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS David Bradley Clem, as executor of the Charles R. Clem estate, to David Bradley Clem and Winston Neil Clem, 3330 Paynes Mill Road, other consideration. Adam Small and Leslie Small to Samuel W. Small and Karen Marsh Small, 336 Eureka Drive, $285,000. David P. Melanson and Sarah Melanson to Carrie L. Kendrick and Shawn N. Young, 1045 Cedar Ridge Lane, $370,000. Ramona Bailey to Fedir V. Prymak, 342 Domino Court West, $105,000. Laura Lee Coleman to Rosa Lee Taylor, 804 Lakeview Drive, quitclaim deed. Andover Construction, LLC to Michael Anthony Orsinelli and Sarah Marie Orsinelli, 126 Classic Court, $335,552. Frankfort Pike Properties, LLC (David H. Lambert, managing member) to Raterman Holdings, LLC (Ross Raterman, sole member), 584 Old Frankfort Pike, $150,000. Thomas E. Jones to Paul R. Wilson and Rebecca E. Wilson, 40 acres on Craigs Creek Road, $165,000. Thomas E. Jones and Beth Renee Lewis to Brent A. McGee and Kelly Alyee McGee, 601 Bowman Road, $80,000. Rae Ann Houston and James H. Houston III to Anne Haley Addams and Isaac Buchanan Addams, 628 Deerfield Drive, $220,000. Kenneth Quisenberry to Gary Quisenberry and Orva Quisenberry, 22 acres on Soards Ferry Road and 2985 Cardwell Lane in Franklin County, other consideration.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Abigail Leigh Miller and Daniel Yong Ater; Geneva Maxine Brown and Lawrence Edward Thomas; Chaundra T. McGill and Michael D. Conn; Laura Jean Bailey and Adam Noel Tate; Mikhaela Vladi Kostas and Andrew A. Burkholder; Ashley Clay Dawkins and Scott Bradley Griffin; Marlene Pelayo De Jesus and Eduardo Juan Leon.

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