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Public Records - August 6th

District Court There was no district court the week of July 27. Police Reports Versailles police responded to three motor vehicle accidents involving injuries, seven non-injury accidents, three domestic-related complaints, issued two citation/summonses and made three arrests. On July 18 at 9:50 a.m., a Ford Escape driven by Edward Linville, 80, of Lexington, was eastbound on Lexington Road approaching Marsailles Road while a Kia Sedona driven by Linda Miller, 63, of 740 Eureka Drive, was stopped at the red light on Marsailles Road, waiting to cross onto Kroger Way. Police say Linville failed to stop at a red light and struck Miller’s vehicle, pushing it off the south side of Lexington Road and into a plank fence. Linville and Miller were taken to UK Chandler Hospital. On July 21 at 8:11 p.m., a Jeep Patriot driven by Audrey Trevino, 25, of 208 South Hill Road, was eastbound on Colony Drive when the vehicle struck a parked, unoccupied Ford Escape owned by Joseph Sims of 324 Colony Drive, then overturned. Trevino told police she may have fallen asleep. She was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital. On July 23 at 2:45 p.m., a GMC Sierra driven by Colton H. Goforth, 27, of Lawrenceburg, was eastbound on Tyrone Pike with two vehicles ahead. He told police the first vehicle signaled a left turn, the vehicle behind it stopped, and rather than striking the vehicle in front of him, he drove off the right side of the road and struck a tree. A passenger in Goforth’s vehicle, Krista L. Duncan, 26, of the same address, was taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police say Goforth was driving too fast for conditions and that his vehicle was not under proper control. On Aug. 3, audio equipment worth $1,215.95 was reported stolen from a Lynnwood Drive home. On Aug. 3, a counterfeit $20 bill was reported at the Clark’s Pump-N-Shop on Huntertown Road. On Aug. 2, a homemade go-cart worth $1,000 was reported stolen from a home on Amsden Avenue. On Aug. 1, police made an arrest on Huntertown Road for first-degree criminal trespassing, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. On Aug. 1, keys were reported stolen from a home on South Main Street. On July 31, mail was reported stolen from a home on West Leestown Pike. On July 30, four or five green peppers worth $5 were reported stolen from a garden on Coach Station Road in Midway. On July 30, a black switchblade knife worth $100 was reported stolen at a Lexington Road convenience store. On July 28, first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy were reported on Woodson Drive. On July 28, police made an arrest at a home on Princess Circle for receiving stolen property, failure to appear and a parole violation. On July 28, police made an arrest on Green Gables Drive in Midway for DUI, no registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and other charges. On July 29, police issued a citation/summons on Westwood Court for possession of marijuana. On July 28, sweatpants were reported stolen from a vehicle on McCracken Pike. On July 24, mail theft involving a pair of Nike Air Max shoes worth $127.20 was reported at a home on Gormley Drive. On July 27, police issued a citation/summons on Midway Road for speeding and possession of marijuana. Fire Reports City Firefighters made six EMS assists and installed three car seats from July 28 to Aug. 3. On June 28, they helped move a motorized chair on Nancy Street that was stuck on a ramp.

County Firefighters made one EMS assist from July 28 to Aug. 3. On July 29, they responded to a vehicle accident and an illegal burn on Old Frankfort Pike. On July 30, they responded to an alarm triggered by burnt food on McFall Lane. On July 31, they checked a controlled burn on Hanover Court. On Aug. 1, they helped with a lockout on Normandy Road. On Aug. 3, they responded to a vehicle accident at the intersection of U.S. 60 and Frankfort Road. Public Records SUITS Lightstorm Properties LLC vs. Diane S. Brothers and unknown spouse for $1,643.14 claimed due on a debt. Joseph Mitchell vs. Catherine Reed, et al., for damages relating to August 2019 vehicle accident. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., vs. Joseph D. Lee Jr. for support for minor children.

DEEDS Sallie J. Cochran, Ethan Tilden Davis and Fannie Maquaire Davis to Carlos A. Orihuela and Tania T. Orihuela, 9401 Troy Pike, $335,000. F and S Investment, LLC (Srdan Milosevic, member) to Srdan Milosevic, 106 St. Clair Street, $30,000. Theodore H. Lavit and Wanda H. Lavit to Rehoboth Realty, LLC (Joel Fugate, member), 109 Clifton Road, $5,000. Joshua Kyle Stuban and Ciaara Kaitlyn Stuban to Erin Leigh Bickers and Jacob Gilbert Bickers, 373 Gleneagles Way, $259,900. QG Printing II, LLC (Sherilyn Whitmoyer, assistant secretary) to 100 U.S. 60, LLC (Christopher J. Kurtzman, CEO), 63.01 acres at 100 U.S. 60 Bypass (former Quad/Graphics facility), $6,500,000. JAMB2 Builders, LLC (Mike Hall, member) to Sarah Elizabeth Beasley and Ethan Tyler Beasley, 214 Prospect Place, $421,931. SPR Management Company, LLC (James Bradley Lawson, sole member) to Matthew James-Allen Bailie, 330 Highland Avenue, $112,900. IMO US South, LLC (Jean Jacquemetton, vice president) to 375 Commerce Drive, LLC (Michael Aviles, sole member), 402 Kroger Way (Car Wash USA Express building), $3,107,730. James Minter III to Chad A. Webb and Gabrielle N. Webb, 860 Kingsway Drive, $166,900. Kathleen Woodside to Mary Kate Hourican, 75 Hilltop Meadows, $140,000. Michael Macon and Kim Macon to Bryan E. Maynard and Sarah R. Maynard, 1059 Lakewood Circle, $449,900. Jennifer L. Souers and Judson A. Souers to Scotty Allen Clifton and Maude Lynae Williams, 6017 Secretariat Circle, $268,000. Roland Patton and Billie Jean Patton to Lucas Mercado and Hannah S. O’Dell, 111 Queensway Drive, $144,500. Michael S. Hill to Robert R. Powell and Jody E. Powell, 100 Talon Court, $335,000. Graham Sewell Watts to Stephen Marc Ashley, 321 Highland Avenue, $100,000. Ian Walker and Kristen Rayann Houghlin Walker to Christopher C. Wood and Allison T. Graebe, 110 Camden Avenue, $193,000.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Hayden Kurt Bouren and Caroline Michelle Webb; Joseph Dewayne Lowe and Christan Faith Bishop.

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