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Public Records - March 12th

District Court March 2 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic No/expired registration plates – George D. Andrew, $168. Speeding – Jeffrey C. Baumgardner, $163; Ross M. Burd, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $223; Gary D. Drake, $143 plus state traffic school; Abbigail G. Flaig, $198; Dartanya G. Hill, $173; Denisha Scott, $198; Jasper A. Turpin, $143 plus state traffic school; Bridget N. Wallace, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $363. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Adrian L. Fisher, $343. Disregarding stop sign – Tovar G. Griselda, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $268; Elmer Salguero, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $268. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Denzil R. Hall, $243. DUI – Roberto C. Jantes, $743. Failure to maintain required insurance – Joseph Reenlee, $243. Failure to give right of way to emergency stopped vehicle – Moreira Delia, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $303. Failure to wear seatbelt – Daniel B. Shea, $25.

Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana – Aubrey P. Reynolds, 411 Foxchase Court, $260.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Robert A. Richards, 272 Church Street, 30 days with seven days credit. Possession of drug paraphernalia – Stanley W. Penny, 141 Macey Avenue, combined with second-degree possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and fleeing or evading police on foot, 12 months with credit. Circuit Court March 4, 1 p.m. Jeremy Mattox, judge Sentencing Kenneth Burress, 53, of Campbellsville, was placed on three years probation and ordered to pay a $550 fine after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), failure of owner to maintain required insurance (misdemeanor) and no/expired registration plates (violation). An 18-month prison sentence was suspended. Rachel Garland, 22, of Englewood, Colo., was placed on three years pretrial diversion for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor). If Garland successfully completes diversion, the felony charge will be dismissed, and she will not serve a three-year prison sentence. Gary L. Goodman II, formerly of Jackson, was placed on three years probation (drug court) after pleading guilty to an amended charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle (misdemeanor), first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and public intoxication (misdemeanor). A one-year prison sentence was suspended. A first-degree persistent felony offender charge was dismissed under the plea agreement. Corey A. Hopper, 26, of Versailles, was sentenced to nine years in prison for three counts of third-degree burglary.

Pleas Katherine L. Jennings, 32, of Lawrenceburg, pleaded guilty (under pretrial diversion) to first-degree possession of a controlled substance. The commonwealth recommended a three-year prison sentence be diverted for three years. Ron Brandon Justice, 35, of Frankfort, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property (over $500), second-degree fleeing or evading police (on foot/misdemeanor), third-degree criminal mischief and an amended charge of second-degree persistent felony offender. The commonwealth recommended five years in prison. Joellen Ann Martin, 40, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. The commonwealth recommended seven years in prison.

Arraignments Angela C. Ferguson, 47, of Grassy Creek, pleaded not guilty to first-degree promoting contraband and first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Scott E. Hayes, 48, of Midway, pleaded not guilty to eight counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and possession/use of radio that sends/receives police messages (misdemeanor).

Trial dates Denziel A. Cofer, 44, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a July 27-28 jury trial to face two counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, misdemeanor charges of trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and possession of drug paraphernalia, and a charge of first-degree persistent felony offender. Alfred Raymond Marmolejo Jr., 23, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a July 27-28 jury trial to face charges of tampering with physical evidence, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (misdemeanor).

Contempt Jeremy Stanton, 38, of Tampa, Fla., was ordered to serve 60 days in jail (credit for time served) for contempt of court (failure to appear). Police Reports Versailles police responded to five vehicle accidents involving injuries, 17 non-injury accidents, four domestic-related complaints, issued two citations/summons and made 13 arrests. On Feb. 26 at 6:37 p.m., a Chevrolet Colorado driven by Brenna M. Dotson, 17, of 7450 McCowans Ferry Road was outbound on South Main Street when the vehicle lost control, began veering back and forth and rotated counter-clockwise into the path of an inbound BMW 325 driven by Jessica M. Taylor, 30, of 448 Wilson Avenue. Dotson, Taylor and a passenger in Taylor’s vehicle, Aaron S. Young, 27, of the same address, were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On Feb. 29 at 11:14 a.m., a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Geoffrey Dennis, 67, address unavailable, was merging from Kentucky 341 to East Leestown Road and failed to yield to a Ford F-150 driven by Randell R. Cottongim, 40, of Lexington, causing the vehicles to collide. A passenger in Cottongim’s vehicle, Alberta L. Smith, 48, of the same address, was taken to Baptist Hospital. On Feb. 29 at 3:44 p.m., an Oldsmobile Intrigue driven by Omar Muhammad, 18, of Frankfort, was westbound on Frankfort Street attempting to turn left onto Camden Drive while a Chevrolet Silverado driven by Kirby Beatty, 70, of Nicholasville, was going through the intersection. A witness said Muhammad failed to yield. A passenger in Muhammad’s vehicle, Corey Reyes, 17, of Frankfort, was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On March 1 at 7:16 p.m., a witness said Abraham J. Bruwer, 45, of 329 Cummins Ferry Road, was crossing a creek on private property in a Polaris Ranger when he tried to turn left and the vehicle overturned and landed on him. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On March 4 at 5:36 p.m., a Lexus ES-350 driven by Lucia R. Davis, 67, of 1815 Cummins Ferry Road, was southbound on Troy Pike. She told police her tires dropped off the side of the road in a left-hand curve, causing her vehicle to go off the road, then strike a utility pole and a tree. She was taken to St. Joseph Jessamine. On Feb. 28, a motor vehicle registration plate was reported stolen from a home on Lexington Street. On Feb. 27, police made an arrest on High Street on a variety of charges, including DUI and receiving a stolen handgun. On Feb. 27, candy and beef jerky worth a total of $20 were reported stolen from a convenience store on Green Gables Drive. On Feb. 27, a women’s purse and clothing worth a total of $1,000 were reported stolen from a home on Starks Street in Midway. On Feb. 26, a Newton’s Cradle and red hooded Riot Society sweatshirt worth a total of $70 were reported stolen on Macey Avenue. On Feb. 27, police made an arrest at a Rose Ridge Road home for harassment. On Feb. 26, identity theft and the resulting loss of $10,294.89 was reported by a Dogwood Court resident. On Feb. 26, identity theft was reported by a Troy Pike resident. On Feb. 26, latex condoms worth $4.99 were reported shoplifted from the Circle K on South Main Street. On Feb. 25, police issued a citation/summons on Cedar Grove Lane for reckless driving and possession of marijuana. On Feb. 25, a cordless nail gun worth $299.95 was reported shoplifted from a North Main Street store. On Feb. 25, $4 in change was reported stolen from a vehicle on North Street. On March 6, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident at Woodford County High School. On March 8, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were reported at the Circle K on South Main Street. On March 9, police made an arrest at Kroger for the shoplifting of $54.79 worth of grocery items. On March 8, police made an arrest on Douglas Avenue for alcohol intoxication in a public place and second-degree disorderly conduct. On March 8, police made an arrest on Ball Drive for public intoxication (controlled substance) and possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 6, police made an arrest on Douglas Avenue for DUI, possession of marijuana and no tail lamps. On March 6, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at a Lexington Street convenience store. On March 5, energy drinks worth $13.56 were reported shoplifted from the Circle K on South Main Street. On March 6, police made an arrest at the Circle K on South Main Street for possession of heroin and public intoxication (controlled substance). On March 1, a rear bumper worth $300 was reported stolen on Fintville Road. On March 2, third-degree terroristic threatening and harassing communications were reported at a home on Versailles Road. On March 3, knowingly abuse/neglect of an adult by a person was reported on Johnson Street in Midway. On March 3, police made an arrest at a Lexington Road store for possession of drug paraphernalia and first-degree promoting contraband. On March 3, first-degree wanton endangerment was reported on Church Street. On March 3, police issued a citation/summons on Lexington Road for speeding, possession of marijuana and other charges. On March 3, police made an arrest at a Lexington Road store for the shoplifting of Tide pods and other items worth a total of $65.20. On March 3, a 2002 Ford Expedition worth $3,500 and a social security income debit card were reported stolen from a home on Church Street. On March 5, forged checks of $17,600 and $14,800 were reported at a Lexington Road store. On March 4, socks and other items worth a total of $36.65 were reported shoplifted at the Family Dollar. On March 4, an iPhone 8 worth $200 was reported stolen on Green Gables Road. On Feb. 27, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident at Midway University. On March 3, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Scotts Ferry Road. On Feb. 27, third-degree terroristic threatening involving a handheld computer device was reported at the Amsden Bourbon Bar. On March 1, police made an arrest on Lexington Street for DUI, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to wear seatbelt. On Feb. 29, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on Berry Avenue. On Feb. 28, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated on Charmac Road. Fire Reports City Firefighters made 20 EMS assists from March 3 to March 9. On March 3, they assisted a person whose motorized wheelchair was stuck on the Frankfort Street overpass. On March 4, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries at the intersection of the U.S. 60 Bypass and Frankfort Street and a false alarm at Bluegrass Community Hospital. On March 6, they responded to a car fire on Troy Pike, two citizen complaints involving an authorized controlled burn on Tyrone Pike that high winds pushed towards Abbey Road, and a vehicle that struck Taco Bell when the driver mistakenly thought her brakes were engaged.

County Firefighters made one EMS assist from March 3 to March 9. On March 4, they responded to vehicle accidents on Tyrone Pike and Troy Pike. On March 5, they responded to a grass fire on the Bluegrass Parkway. On March 6, they responded to a grass fire on Cummins Ferry Road. On March 8, they responded to a brush fire on Huntertown Road and a vehicle accident on I-64 East. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Katherine Morrison vs. Ryan Morrison. Credit Acceptance Corporation vs. Gregory G. Walls, et al., for $7,638.39 plus interest, costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Martin L. Spencer vs. Morton L. Spencer Jr. for order that plaintiff is the sole owner of a property on Howard Court. Carlos Vasquez-Martinez vs. Shawna Mendoza for custody of minor child. Jillian L. Carney vs. Dylan S. Bourne for custody of minor child. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust vs. Nicholas Cook for $29,104.84 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS Larry D. Sallee and Jo Ann Sallee to Jo Ann Sallee, as trustee of the Sallee Family Dynasty Trust, 2120 Shryocks Ferry Road, $1 and other consideration. Legends Development, LLC (Robert DeArmond, member) to JAMB2 Builders, LLC, 109 Classic Court, $69,250. Kerrin Irene Fair and Anthony Charles Fair to Brennon Hammond and Melissa Hammond, 6005 Crabapple Road, $345,000. Debbie Donnell, Larry Donnell, Rhonda Chism, Jimmy Chism, Cathy Manley, Bruce Manley, Joe Routt, Rebecca Routt and Tom Routt to Billib, LLC, 219 and 221 Lexington Street, 223 and 226 Henton Court, and 131 Frankfort Street, $1 and other consideration. Epiphany Foam Insulation Building, LLC (Jim DeBold, member) to Jeffrey M. Reed, 701 and 711 McKinney Avenue, $50,000. Community Trust Bank, Inc. to John Moffett, 107 Garrett Street, $8,500. Trina Turner, as executor of the Levie Doris Flora Estate, to Adam McDonald, 196 Paddock Drive, $120,000. Edward Anthony Ross Jr. and Frances Turner Ross to Edward Anthony Ross Jr. and Frances Turner Ross, as trustees of the Minds End Farm Revocable Living Trust, 23 Sugar Hill Road, other consideration. Anna W. Carney, Mark Carney, Deanna Dawn Harris, Dana Cheryl Carter, Timothy J. Carter and Darla Kristian Gavitt to Erin Lewis, 128 West Bruen Street, Midway, $140,000. Kenneth W. Glass and Amanda L. Glass to Caroline Webb, 136 Carriage Lane, Midway, $273,000. Kenneth W. Holmes and Lynne Aiken-Holmes to Delia Vega, 110 Mack Street, $118,000. Sean M. Henley and Gwendolyn R. Junge to Glen & Bradley Properties, LLC (William G. Heissenbuttel and Henry G. Heissenbuttel, members), 135 Macey Avenue, $135,000. Mary Crum and Calvin Crum to Elizabeth Ashley Kelley, 212 Heather Way, $206,000. Lesa Smith to Brian A. Hoard and Amy L. Hoard, 177 Bayberry Road, $175,000. William Kent Moore and Amy S. Moore to Kenneth W. Glass and Amanda L. Glass, 225 Gayland Drive, Midway, $460,000. Bellasage Farms, LLC to Heather C. Varner, 807 Shady Lane, $250,000. Michael E. Lavin Jr. and Melissa D. Lavin to Michael Bledsoe and Tara Bledsoe, 203 Dundee Court, $270,000. Elliot King, as trustee of the Elliot King Revocable Living Trust, to David Michael Brown and Joyce E. Brown, 553 Meadow Lane, $196,500. Ball Homes, LLC to Laurel Corinne Humbert-Stock and Andre Gabriel Stock, 272 Brunswick Circle, $237,914. Patricia D. Cunningham and David D. Cunningham to Donald Wallis and Dawn Michelle Wallis, 2030 Boonedale Lane, $96,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Gina Suzanne Brown and David Wayne Steele; Monica Ann Lowe and David Lee Hendershot; Leilah Leola Duran and Christopher David Caudill.

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