District Court March 16 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic Speeding – Bryanna L. Mitchell, $163. Failure to wear seatbelt – John E. Roberson, $25. Disregarding stop sign – Alonso Romero, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt. No/expired registration plates – Andrea L. Ryker. Careless driving – Tristan Mosley, $143 plus state traffic school.
Misdemeanors Theft by unlawful taking – Jeremiah B. Carpenter, 311 Macey Avenue, combined with theft by unlawful taking (includes cold checks) and third-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, $105 plus 44 days, serve 14 days with credit and balance probated for two years. Police Reports Versailles police responded to six vehicle accidents, two domestic-related complaints, issued three citations/summonses and made two arrests. On March 23, a front glass door of a Tincher Drive was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $200. On March 24, police issued a citation/summons at Thorntons for possession of marijuana. On March 21, police issued a citation/summons at Goodwill for the shoplifting of a UK shirt and black leggings worth a total of $7.61. On March 22, a Dewalt double bevel miter saw worth $349 was reported stolen on Walnut Street. On March 21, harassment, physical contact (no injury) and the theft of $50 cash were reported at a home on Macey Avenue. On March 20, theft by deception (includes cold checks) involving a women’s wedding ring worth $1,800 was reported at a home on Gleneagles Way. On March 20, police issued a citation/summons at a home on Scarborough Drive for possession of apparatus for unlawful alcoholic beverage. On March 20, an unknown amount of change and bills was reported stolen from a Pepsi vending machine. On March 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Lexington Road. On March 15, police made an arrest on Frankfort Road for DUI, third-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle. On March 17, eight Buprenorphin Naloxon pills and an opal heart necklace worth $100 were reported stolen from a home on Arbor Place Drive. On March 18, police made an arrest at a home on Berry Avenue for violation of a Kentucky EPO. Fire Reports (Due to the the COVID-19 pandemic, Woodford County Emergency Medical Services is responding to most of the EMS requests that would normally be handled by the Versailles and Woodford County Fire departments.) City Firefighters made one EMS assist from March 17-23. On March 17, they responded to a house fire on St. Clair Street. No one was injured in the blaze. On March 19, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries at the intersection of South Locust Street and Morgan Avenue.
County On March 17, they responded to a gas leak on Locust Grove Way. On March 18, they responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 West. On March 19, they responded to a vehicle accident on Clifton Road. On March 20, they performed a smoke detector investigation on Paddock Drive. On March 22, they responded to a false alarm on Clifton Road, a smoke odor but no fire on McCracken Pike, and performed a smoke detector investigation on Lexington Road. On March 23, they responded to a false alarm on McCracken Pike and a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 East.
Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Kayla Holland vs. Dakota Holland; Jonathan T. Marshall vs. Amy C. Marshall. Norma Neal vs. Christopher Neal for custody of minor child.