• Woodford Sun Staff Report

News of Record

By Woodford Sun Staff


District Court

Due to the Memorial Day holiday, a special District Court jail docket

was held June 2 with Judge Mary Jane Phelps presiding.

Traffic

No insurance – Linda C. Kerns, combined with DUI, $793.


Circuit Court

June 2, 1 p.m.

Jeremy Mattox, judge

Sentencing

Kobe Dante Ford, 24, of Harrodsburg, was sentenced to four years in

prison for first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, trafficking

in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and possession of drug paraphernalia

(misdemeanor).

Stacey M. Sutherland, 44, of Georgetown, was placed on three years

probation after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a

controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor).

An 18-month prison sentence was suspended.

William E. Newcomb Jr., 56, of Versailles, was placed on five years

probation for first-degree strangulation, second-degree assault,

first-degree unlawful imprisonment, violation of a Kentucky EPO/DVO

(misdemeanor), fourth-degree assault (misdemeanor), menacing

(misdemeanor) and resisting arrest (misdemeanor). A five-year prison

sentence was suspended.


Pleas

Monica J. Brumley, 47, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to two counts of

first-degree possession of a controlled substance, theft by unlawful

taking (under $500) and operating a motor vehicle on a suspended/revoked

operator’s license (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended two years

in prison (three years probation).

Grady Tripp Moore III, 41, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to an amended

charge of criminal attempt to commit murder, two counts of first-degree

wanton endangerment, fourth-degree assault (misdemeanor) and

third-degree terroristic threatening (misdemeanor). The commonwealth

recommended 10 years in prison.

Arraignments

William J. Bixler, 56, of Frankfort, pleaded not guilty to first-degree

trafficking in a controlled substance and third-degree possession of a

controlled substance (misdemeanor).

Michael Dews, 24, of Frankfort, pleaded not guilty to first-degree

possession of a controlled substance.


Trial dates

Christopher Brown, 36, of Nicholasville, was scheduled to return for a

Nov. 22-24 jury trial on charges of convicted felon in possession of a

handgun, second-degree criminal trespass (misdemeanor) and first-degree

persistent felony offender.

Christopher D. Chadwell, 39, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for

a Nov. 15 to 18 jury trial on charges of trafficking in a controlled

substance, trafficking in marijuana (8 ounces to less than 5 pounds),

trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces, misdemeanor) and two

counts of second-degree persistent felony offender.

Denziel A. Cofer, 45, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a Nov.

15 to 17 jury trial on charges of first-degree trafficking in a

controlled substance (two counts), trafficking in marijuana (less than 8

ounces, misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and

first-degree persistent felony offender.


Indictments (June)

Deirdre Beth Hayden, 38, of Covington, charged with first-degree

possession of a controlled substance, first-degree illegal possession of

a controlled substance, third-degree assault, possession of drug

paraphernalia (misdemeanor), resisting arrest (misdemeanor) and

tampering with physical evidence.

Miguel Angel Silverio Herrera, 28, of Lexington, charged with

first-degree possession of a controlled substance, operating a motor

vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor) and reckless driving

(violation).

Deandre Johnson, 34, of Frankfort, charged with first-degree promoting

contraband.

Darryl W. Stewart, 32, of Lexington, charged with first-degree promoting

contraband.

Nikki R. Ohler, 39, of Frankfort, charged with theft by unlawful taking

or disposition of controlled substance (under $10,000).

Matthew D. White, 18, of Versailles, charged with first-degree

possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana

(misdemeanor), possession of open alcohol beverage container in motor

vehicle (violation).

Jazzmen C. Wilson, 19, of Lexington, charged with two counts of

first-degree promoting contraband.


Police Reports

Versailles police responded to three vehicle accidents involving

injuries, 16 non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint,

issued one citation/summons and made six arrests.

On May 25 at 7:13 p.m., a BMW 323 driven by Levi J. Collier, 24, of

Paris, struck a Jeep Cherokee driven by Wendy Culberson, 57, of 1132

Huntertown Road in the intersection of Marsailles and Huntertown roads.

Collier told police he stopped at the stop sign and didn’t see anyone

else coming. Culberson said Collier ran the red light. The Jeep hit a

utility pole, and a witness said Collier helped Culberson out of her

vehicle, then the Cherokee rolled backward and struck her in the leg.

She was taken to Bluegrass Community Hospital.

On May 27 at 12:15 p.m., a GMC Canyon driven by Ronald G. Combs, 53, of

385 Poplar Street, was parked near the entrance to Taco Bell when Combs

mistakenly pressed the accelerator and did significant damage to the

building. He was treated at the scene by Woodford EMS personnel.

On May 29 at 11 a.m., a Toyota Camry driven by Noah Creech, 15, of 202

Macey Avenue, was northbound on McCowans Ferry Road when the vehicle

left the right side of the road, Creech overcorrected, ran off the left

side of the road and struck a fence and two trees. He and three

passengers, Jonathan Agee, 15, of 191 Kilmer Street, Jamie L. Kincaid,

15, of 116 Powhatan Trail and Travis Neeley, 15, of Lawrenceburg, were

taken to UK Chandler Hospital. Police said Creech will be charged with

operating a motor vehicle without an operator’s license at a later date.

On June 7, police made an arrest at a Luther Bland Court home for

trafficking in methamphetamine and first-degree promoting contraband.

On June 7, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported on Delaney

Ferry Extension.

On June 4, first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument,

possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, first-degree promoting

contraband, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, first

degree possession of a controlled substance and operating on a

suspended/revoked operator’s license were reported at a Frankfort Street

restaurant.

On May 28, a leaf blower worth $349 was reported stolen from a home on

Rocky Hills Lane.

On June 4, police made an arrest for second-degree unlawful imprisonment

at a home on Tyrone Pike.

On June 3, third-degree terroristic threatening, menacing and

second-degree criminal mischief were reported at a home on St. Clair Street.

On June 6, police made an arrest in the O’Reilly Auto Parts parking lot

for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On June 4, a homemade single axle trailer worth $3,500 was reported

stolen from a home on Delaney Ferry Extension.

On June 4, harassment (no physical contact) was reported on Scotts Ferry

Road.

On June 4, a Honda Pilot was reported vandalized on Linden Drive, with

damage estimated at $100.

On June 5, $7,000 was reported stolen from a bank card by a Rumsey

Circle resident.

On June 5, police made an arrest at a Ryne Court home for possession of

cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On June 5, a Honda Acura RDX and Toyota 4Runner were reported

vandalized, with total damage estimated to be $400.

On May 31, approximately $1,000 was reported stolen from a home on

Russell Court.

On June 4, a 2016 Jeep Cherokee worth $26,000 was reported stolen from a

home on Weisenberger Mill Road.

On June 6, police made an arrest at an Old Frankfort Pike home for two

counts of third-degree assault on a police, fire or emergency medical

services worker and resisting arrest.

On June 3, a plastic wallet worth $20 was reported stolen from a church

on West Bruen Street in Midway and $120 stolen through fraudulent use of

a credit card.

On May 31, a PS4 and television worth a total of $600 were reported

stolen from a home on Emerson Drive.

On May 30, a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe worth $4,000 was reported stolen from

an office building on Crossfield Drive.

On May 29, police made an arrest on Lexington Road for DUI, first-degree

wanton endangerment, first-degree fleeing or evading police, reckless

driving and no operator’s/moped license.

On May 29, a citation/summons for possession of marijuana was issued on

East Leestown Road in Midway.

On May 29, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on

Kroger Way.

On May 28, possession of marijuana was reported at a home on Tyrone Pike.


Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made one EMS assist and installed a car seat in one vehicle

from June 1 to 7.

On June 1, they responded to a false alarm at Safe Harbor Academy.

On June 5, they responded to a false alarm on Morgan Street and a

vehicle fire on South Main Street.

On June 7, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on South

Main Street.


County

Firefighters made two EMS assists from June 1 to 7.

On June 1, they performed a smoke detector investigation on McCracken Pike.

On June 2, they responded to a tractor-trailer tire fire on I-64 East.

On June 3, they responded to a house fire on Old Frankfort Pike.

On June 4, they responded to a vehicle accident on West Leestown Road.

On June 5, they responded to a tractor-trailer wreck and fire on I-64

West, a false alarm involving burnt food on Hedden Road and checked a

controlled burn on Old Frankfort Pike.


Public Records

SUITS

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Stuart D. Kouns vs. Pamela

R. Kouns; Ronald L. Downs vs. Krista R. Downs.


DEEDS

Agnes Bowman Rice to Brad Ferrucci and Rebecca J. Boone, 735 Fintville

Road, $130,000.

M. Ward Crowe and Joan T. Crowe to Amy T. Bennett and Ticean S. Bennett,

130 Morgan Street, $548,500.

Roger B. Thacker to John Thomas Chumney, Brenda Starr Chumney and Laura

Denise Bolen, 316 Ashby Court, $255,000.

Kevin Beckman and Rebecca Beckman to Falin M. McKenzie and Matthew

Wright, 331 Lexington Street, $289,900.

Jo Ella S. Watson, Marvin C. Watson, Brenda S. Hoffman and Robert Marion

Huffman to Keenan Baker and Zachary Johnson, 356 Ridgewood Drive, $150,000.

Dana R. Lockhart and Rebecca S. Whitley to Dana R. Lockhart and Rebecca

R. Whitley, 527 Clifton Road, other consideration, quitclaim deed.

Michael E. Washington and Heather L. Washington to Luke N. Stratton, 190

Dunroven Drive, $118,000.

Susan Davis to Adam McDonald, 508 Beech Street, $50,000.

Allan D. Hetzel and Terri E. Hetzel to Jeremy A. Lloyd and Amanda Lloyd,

2295 Pinckard Pike, $295,500.

Steven Y. McFadden and Patricia Dianne McFadden to Zachary Keith

Simpson, 256 Paddock Drive, $210,000.

Travis J. Gabehart and Gretchen Gabehart to Jessica Guillen and Jeremias

Guillen Cruz, 268 Fords Mill Road, $361,000.

Timothy J. Grimes and Stefanie R. Grimes to Joshua Smith and Kristin

Smith, 904 Lane Circle, $500,000.

Sandra T. Wolf to Travis J. Poulton and Larua E. Poulton, 119 South Hill

Road, $295,000.

Lawrence Wayne Pennington and Nora Elaine Pennington to Judy Graves and

David Graves, 424 Paddock Drive, $365,500.

Marshall Paul Vance and Susan Gwenneth Vance to Charles Shepherd and

Ruth Shepherd, 206 Falcon Road, $261,000.

Michael Gormley to 23 Wheeler Avenue, Winchester, KY 40391, LLC (Kevin

Barry, member), 206 Curry Court, $181,000.

Kevin L. Sexton and Deborah S. Sexton to Ethan Allen Roetman, 281 High

Street, $159,000.

Judy D. Graves and David Ray Graves to Cathy Dawn Valdivia and Victor

Alejandro Valdivia, 216 Ashby Circle, $479,000.

Abigail A. Hayes to Danette Barboza, 142 Carriage Lane, Midway, $257,000.

William Van Sudduth and Linda M. Sudduth to Wayne K. Boyd and Mary R.

Boyd, 9030 Troy Pike, $1,000, quitclaim deed.

Robert Keith Brandenburg and Jill Brandenburg to Patsy H. Saunders, 185

Marilyn Avenue, $325,000.


MARRIAGE LICENSES

Adele Johnson Shrout and Richard Marcus Washington Sr.; Elizabeth Gail

Weber and Justin Edward Carpenter: Autumn Marie Stevens and Tori Jacob

Johnson; Mickie Lynn Robinson and Cody Lee Warner; Krista Renee Shouse

and Anthony John Wajda; Lindsey Renee Harrison and Martinez Lamonte

Davis Jr.; Marjorie Grace Mason and Adam Charles Stiles; Cierra Camila

Williams and Humberto Ordones Silverio; Kimberly Lachet Slone and

Nathaniel Ray Shell; Laura Sue O’Daniel and Gregory Joseph Fannin.

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