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District Court June 8 Mary Jane Phelps, judge Traffic Speeding – Brian A. Batiz, $173; Joshua D. Crow, $198; Abner E.H. Morales, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $263; Ernesto Hernandez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $381; Jose Marroquin, combined with license to be in possession, $268; Kayleigh M. Payne, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $213. No operator’s/moped license – Jose J. Balderas, $193; Carlos A.M. Galindo, combined with DUI, $743 plus four days home incarceration; Eligio Ramirez, $243; Angelino M. Severo, $243. Failure to wear seatbelt – George Madbak, $25. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Amelia G. McKee, $243; Amy P. Owens, $243; David O. Tyree, $243. DUI – Peter T. O’ Nan, $743. Failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance – Shannon M. Smith, $243.

Misdemeanors Theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting – Cambron L. Bisschop, Nicholasville, $213. Possession of marijuana – Jeremy T. Burnett, Louisville, $310.50; Allie N. Tracy, 280 Dunroven Road, $260.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Cody D. Compton, Frankfort, $200.50. Circuit Court June 10, 1 p.m. Brian Privett, judge Sentencing Joshua Wayne Parker, 38, of Georgetown, was sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Angelica R. Walker, 32, of Versailles, was placed on four years probation for first-degree possession of a controlled substance and first-degree promoting contraband. An 18-month prison sentence was suspended.

Arraignments Debra L. Hampton, 60, of Frankfort, pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, 10 counts of theft by deception (over $500) and four counts of receiving stolen property (under $500). Leeann Zornes Tawadros, 41, of Leesburg, Fla., pleaded not guilty to two counts of flagrant nonsupport. Police Reports Versailles police responded to two vehicle accidents involving injuries, 12 non-injury accidents, issued one citation/summons and made two arrests. On June 5 at 8:59 p.m., they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 West. When they arrived at the scene, they found a Hyundai Tucson driven by Dewey L. Wells, 68, of Frankfort, had driven into a guardrail. Wells seemed disoriented and told police he thought his blood sugar was low. His passenger said the wreck was Wells’ second this month. Wells was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. On June 9 at 8:44 p.m., a Suzuki VL 1500 ridden by Aaron C. Cowles, 36, of 153 Elm Street, was laid down on McCracken Pike. Cowles told police he’d tried to avoid a deer that came into his lane. He was taken to Frankfort Regional Medical Center. On June 13, a window air conditioner worth $238 was reported stolen from a home on Dunroven Road. On June 14, a Samsung 42-inch television worth $150 was reported stolen from an Amsden Avenue home. On June 14, a driveway on Huntertown Road was reported vandalized. On June 13, a Toyota Supra was reported vandalized on Wilson Avenue. On June 15, a Pepsi vending machine outside a Lexington Road grocery was reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $250. On June 14, a “no outlet” sign on Germany Road was reported vandalized. On June 10, flagrant non-support was reported at a home on Delaney Ferry Road. On June 12, police issued a citation for possession of marijuana on Frankfort Road. On June 12, identity theft was reported at a home on Breckenridge Drive. On June 7, first-degree criminal trespassing was reported at a home on Hunters Ridge Drive. On June 13, terroristic threatening was reported at a home on Dan Drive. On June 11, first-degree wanton endangerment, reckless driving, fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle and other charges were reported on Lexington Road. On June 13, police made an arrest at a Lexington Road industrial site for alcohol intoxication in a public place. On June 12, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Kroger Way. On June 10, police made an arrest on South Main Street for alcohol intoxication in a public place, third-degree criminal trespassing and third-degree assault on a probation on police officer. On June 12, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported on Circle Drive. On June 8, $10 and a Kentucky SNAP card were reported stolen from a vehicle on Beech Street. On June 5, heroin trafficking was reported on Douglas Avenue. On June 7, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Tyrone Pike that damaged a 2019 Volkswagen Beetle. Fire Reports City Firefighters made six EMS assists from June 9-15. On June 11, they responded to a downed power line on Douglas Avenue, a smoke odor on South Main Street, and a vehicle accident with injuries on Lexington Road in front of Kroger. On June 15, they extinguished an unauthorized controlled burn on Douglas Avenue.

County Firefighters made two EMS assists from June 9-15. On June 10, they performed a smoke detector investigation on Normandy Drive. On June 11, they responded to a gas leak on Foxchase Court and performed a smoke detector investigation on Hiddenaway Lane. On June 12, they responded to a vehicle accident on I-64 West and another on the Bluegrass Parkway at mile marker 88. On June 13, they responded to a vehicle accident at the intersection of Old Frankfort Pike and Midway Road and checked a report of a grass fire on I -64 West. On June 14, they responded to a vehicle accident on Frankfort Road and a tree fire on Spring Station Road. On June 15, they checked a controlled burn on Troy Pike. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Conrado Campos vs. Melissa Campos; Donica Buechlein vs. Douglas Buechlein; Patricia Cecil vs. Timothy Cecil; Rebecca Wyrick vs. Ethan Wyrick. Wilmington Savings Fund Society vs. unknown spouse of Brenda Piatt, et al., for $144,000 claimed due on a debt. Patrick Knudsen vs. James Windell, et al., for damages relating to September 2018 vehicle accident. Roger Kerns, et al., vs. John Hamilton, et al., for damages relating to Jan. 7 vehicle accident.

DEEDS DeArmond Construction and Remodeling, Inc. (Robert DeArmond, president) to David P. Melanson and Sarah M. Melanson, 211 Prospect Place, $482,810.28. W. S. Farish to Sarah Farish, 119 Chestnut Lane, other consideration. Diane Landry to Zachary A. Mattingly and Corinne B. Mattingly, 93 Hanover Drive, $280,000. Douglas A. Hurt, Kristie A. Hurt, Buddy L. Hurt and Margaret E. Hurt to Margaret E. Hurt, 99 Cedar Ridge Road, $1. William C. Dawson to Johnstown Properties, LLC (David C. Feeback, member), 214 Ashby Circle, $315,000. Deborah Jean Abell and Robert Gary Abell to Robert Steven Burkich, an undivided one-half interest in 104 Yorkshire Court, $80,000. Lloyd Beason to Tyler Appling and Rachel Appling, 111 Berry Avenue, $108,200. Roger Patterson to Karen Jean Patterson and Kenneth William O’Neal Patterson, 1480 Patterson Lane, $60,000. Community Ventures Corporation (Brenda Weaver, president) to Sharon Dale Coffield, 269 Bryanwood Drive, $139,000. Creative Homebuilders, LLC (Joseph C. Davenport, member) to Lewis W. Rogers and Valerie C. Rogers, 3005 Red Oak Trail, $485,000. David Lee Stone and Suzanne S. Stone to Brittany Lyn Miller, 438 Duell Drive, $169,900. Denver Mills and Heather Mills to Kayla Michelle Clem, 234 Chestnut Lane, $182,000. Michael A. Garcia and Karen A. Garcia to Hope E. Griffith and Devon J. Griffith, 226 Boston Drive, other consideration. Sasha N. Williams, as trustee of the Virginia Glass Trust, to Marc Edwin Manley, 213 Aberdeen Road, $234,000. James P. Lagrew and Amber Lagrew to Rachel Elizabeth Mullins and Brent Lee Mullins, 6130 Hiddenaway Lane, $735,000. Lewis Wayne Powell and Leon Ezra Powell, as co-administrators of the Geneva Irene Powell estate and individually, and Karin Powell and Kerry Powell to Sharon S. Cox, 109 Merewood Drive, $144,000. D & D Properties, LLC (Ray Donnell, member) to Drew Gregory Dennis, 150 Larland Lane, $140,000. Homepoint Financial Corporation to Pink Properties, LLC (Mischelle H. Lee, member), 105 Westview Drive, $270,000. Billy Darrell Ponder Jr. and Kim Elaine Ponder to Denver Lee Mills and Heather Marie Mills, 332 Gleneagles Way, $271,000. Betty Staton to Ann A. Wright, 401 North Winter Street, Midway, $130,000. Ball Homes, LLC to Ryan A. Foley and Anna Laura Foley, 5925 Crabapple Road, $286,710. Michael Woodrow Gaines, as trustee of the Gaines Living Trust, to Holland K. Wells and Barbara A. Wells, 1170 Stourbridge Road, $370,500. Wesley Skipworth and Elizabeth Walton Skipworth to Robin Bennett, 95 Delaney Ferry Road, $39,550.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Jacob Dean Blanford and Denise Renae Duncan; Jack D. Garabedian and Janet Williams Hoover; Kevin Brent Napier and Kelly Jo Tipton; Paul Allen Helmburg II and Kimberly Ann Conner; James David Gould and Kayla Marie Smith; Weston Chase Barnes and Samantha Beth English; Blake Christopher White and Andrea Suzanne Bartlett; Daniel Scott Pauley and Catherine Marie Watwood; Michael Brent Paynter and Marie Nicole Dellipizzi; David Clay Robertson and Lisa Jane King; Andres Gabriel Caballero and Peighton Kay Hall; Charles Hynes and Caroline Marie Spieker.

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