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District Court March 8 Mary Jane Phelps, judge Traffic Speeding – Charlreese M. Bell, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $398; Jordan C. Borjas, combined with booster seat violations and no operator’s license, $393; Gayley J. Crum, $198; Vincent P. Gleeson, $173; Melanie Hopkins, $143 plus state traffic school; Charles E. Hunter, Drive Safe Kentucky; Catherine Loyall, $243. DUI – Emily K. Ott, $828 plus four days home incarceration; Michael L. Slugantz, $943 plus 30 days, serve seven days with two days credit and balance probated for two years. Joshua E. Boyd, $793; Byron L. King, combined with possession of open alcoholic beverage container and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,120.50 plus six months, serve 30 days with eight days credit and balance probated for two years. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Miranda J. Clevenger, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $368. Operate with inactive/cancelled/revoked weight distance tax license – John D. Collins, $193. No insurance – Brittany J. Tackett, $243. Referred to Alive at 25 – Michael W. Andreoni.

Misdemeanors Wanton endangerment, second-degree – Miranda J. Clevenger, address unavailable, combined with observed operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs/etc. and operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $1,143 plus six months, serve 30 days with two days credit and balance probated for two years. Possession of marijuana – Jordan B. Howard, address unavailable, combined with speeding, $365.50. Violation of Kentucky EPO/DVO – Joshua Dingus, Morehead, two counts, $210.50 plus 180 days, serve three days with credit and balance probated for two years. Assault, fourth-degree (minor injury) – James Lewis, address unavailable, $235.50 plus two days with credit. Promoting contraband, second-degree – Adria Monroy, Lexington, $160.50 plus eight days with eight days credit. Police Reports Versailles police issued one citation/summons and made five arrests from March 7 to March 16. On March 16, they made an arrest on Boston Drive for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and having an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle. On March 9, two sodas worth a total of $3 were reported shoplifted from a Lexington Street convenience store. On March 7, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported on McCracken Pike. On March 8, police made an arrest on West Leestown Pike for third-degree assault on a probation/police officer, menacing, resisting arrest and traffic violations. On March 10, $414.44 was reported stolen from a convenience store on Lexington Road. On March 11, a motor vehicle registration plate was reported stolen from a home on Sequoya Trail. On March 12, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on the U.S. 60 Bypass. On March 11, police issued a summons/citation on Bell Avenue for cultivating five or more marijuana plants. Two large indoor tents worth a total of $225 were seized. On March 12, identity theft for the purpose of stealing unemployment benefits was reported at a home on Foxtail Road. On March 12, identity theft for the purpose of stealing unemployment benefits was reported at a home on Colchester Drive. On March 13, unauthorized use of a 2003 Honda Accord was reported on Pisgah Pike. On March 14, police made an arrest on I-64 at exit 61 for third-degree assault on a police/probation officer, resisting arrest, tampering with physical evidence, possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 14, police made an arrest at a United Drive restaurant for possession of methamphetamine. On March 14, second-degree criminal mischief was reported in an Elm Street parking lot. On March 13, police made an arrest on Tyrone Pike for possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and careless driving. On March 13, a wallet with an ID and food stamp card was reported stolen in a Spring Run parking lot. On March 11, identity theft was reported at an Arrowhead Springs Lane home. On March 13, an electrical farm gate was reported vandalized at a Troy Pike home, with damage estimated at $7,000. Fire Reports City Firefighters made two EMS assists, installed a car seat in one vehicle and smoke detectors in one home from March 9 to March 15. On March 9, they responded to a mutual aid request from the Woodford County Fire Department to assist people whose watercraft was stalled on the Kentucky River near McCowans Ferry Road. On March 11, they responded to a fire alarm in a Cleveland Avenue home, a vehicle accident with injuries at the U.S. 60 Bypass and Crossfield Drive and a motorcycle accident with injuries on Lexington Road. On March 12, they responded to a fire in the commercial building at Pilkington that forced the evacuation of employees and an alarm at Sheridan Kentucky. On March 13, they responded to a vehicle fire at a home on Arbor Place Drive. On March 14, they responded to a fire alarm at a home on Bellview Avenue and a fire alarm at Sheridan Kentucky. On March 15, they responded to a fire alarm at Sheridan Kentucky and helped a Nancy Street resident move from her wheelchair into her bedroom.

County Firefighters made two EMS assists from March 9 to March 15. On March 10, they responded to a grass fire on Big Sink Road and a vehicle accident on Pinckard Pike. On March 11, they responded to an illegal burn on Pinckard Pike and a downed power line on Ravenwood Road. On March 13, they checked a controlled burn on Laurel Way. On March 14, they responded to an alarm set off by burnt food on Charmac Road, an illegal burn on Delaney Ferry Road and checked a controlled burn on Clifton Road. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Dwayne Sparks vs. Angela Sparks. Matthew A. Christensen vs. Sabrina Haney for joint custody of minor child. The WBKE LLC vs. William G. McCall, et al., for determination that defendants have no right of enforcement for any violation of restrictions against WBKE property, that 30-acre restriction can’t be enforced and other determinations, plus costs and attorney fees.

DEEDS Anna Coleman Prewitt Simon, Daniel J. Simon and Martha Elam Prewitt to Jacquelyn Elam Prewitt, an undivided 48 percent interest in 31.876 acres on Shannon Run Road, other consideration. Liberty Rentals, LLC (Blake Edward Wright, member) to Nieman Stebleton, LLC (Clayton Nieman and Stuart Stebleton, members), 158 Abbey Road, $722,000. Thomas A. Goebel, Sherrie D. Goebel, and Thomas and Sherrie Goebel Living Trust, to Thomas A. Goebel and Sherrie Goebel Living Trust, 4005 Citation Circle, $1 and other consideration. Michael B. Hooper and Robert W. Hooper to James Kevin Caudill and Ambria Dawn Roberts, 521 Raven Road, $400,000. Woodford County Economic Development Authority to Kamicho, LLC (Thad Johnson, member), 930 McKinney Avenue in Midway Station industrial park, $238,550. John G. Goodman, as executor of the Bill Dyer Atkins estate, to Roxanne Martin, 74.955 acres at 4109 Delaney Ferry Road, and 1.68- and .386-acre land parcels on Delaney Ferry Road, $1,450,000. Lenny P. Shulman to Lenny P. Shulman, as trustee of the Lenny Shulman Revocable Trust, 2596 Cummins Ferry Road, other consideration. Fred Braunm, James Dean Braunm, Ashlee M. Crouse and Jennifer Braunm to John T. Dale, 170 Dunroven Drive, $90,000. Amber McCoy to Matthew McCoy and Amber McCoy, 123 Powhatan Trail, other consideration, quitclaim deed. Hutton Exchange Versailles KY, LLC (Michael Deering, CIO) to MDC Coast 19, LLC (Shannon Jenson, senior vice president), 235 Equestrian Park (O’Reilly’s Auto Parts building), $1,919,880. Robert C. Stilz Jr., as master commissioner of the Woodford Circuit Court, to Freedom Mortgage Corporation, 224 East Higgins Street, Midway, $80,640. Ball Homes, LLC to Byron Dylan Watson and Emily Elise Smith, 280 Brunswick Circle, $241,616. Mary Grenet and Gordon Grenet II to Lauren Wood, 130 Minary Avenue, $160,000. Woodford County Economic Development Authority to Barnhill Realty, LLC (Brian Barnhill, managing member), 825 Bradley Street in the Midway Station industrial park, $162,300. Erna Jeanne Miller, as executor of the James Ernest Miller estate, to Russell Lea and Krista Lea, 4665 Troy Pike, $429,000. Heather A. Hayden and Gregory L. Hayden to Alexandria Marie Johnson and Tod Christopher Johnson, 1895 Carpenter Pike, $893,000. Joshua H. O’Reel and Ariel M. O’Reel to Perry G. Green and Kimberly Green, 821 Mildred Street, $163,000. Lerille, LLC (Candice Lerille Baker, sole member) to Charles W. Baker Jr., 364 Fintville Road, other consideration. Lerille, LLC to Natalie Rachelle Ensminger Wyatt and Ronald Wyatt, 490 Fintville Road, $85,000.


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