• Woodford Sun Staff Report

Public Records

District Court

March 22

Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Brittney M. Alexander, $143 plus state traffic school; Aisha

Asad, $198; Ernest L. Austin, combined with failure to wear seatbelt,

$223; Tevin J. Beauford, combined with operating on suspended/revoked

operator’s license, $398; Rachel K. Blackburn, Drive Safe Kentucky;

Tucker Clark, $198; Emily A. Duncan, Drive Safe Kentucky; Jose Garcia,

$195; Jose M. Gurrero, $198; Joshua A. Harbison, $143 plus state traffic

school; Scher M. Iweimrin, $173; Jovonte A. Johnson, $143 plus state

traffic school; Amanda L. Jones, Drive Safe Kentucky; Tabitha L. Jones,

Drive Safe Kentucky; Ryan E. La Grone, $143 plus state traffic school;

Jarwayne R. Long, combined with instructional permit violations, $273;

Lopez G. Octavio, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $281;

Emmalee N. Rosa, $143; Corey A. Vincent, $198; Julia A. Welsch, $173;

Brooklyn R. Sims, $198.

No weight distance tax license – James A. Green, $193.

No insurance – Donna B. Haliburton, $393.

DUI – Evan A. Hay, $943 plus 10 days home incarceration.

Observed operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/substance –

Valarie S. Wagoner, $793.


Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Ryan D. Walker, address unavailable, $260.50;

Mary R. Bishop, 204 Beasley Road, $260.50; Damon L. Mosser, 233 Douglas

Avenue, combined with second-degree possession of a controlled

substance, $360.50 plus 91 days, serve one with credit and balance

probated for two years.

Disorderly conduct, second-degree – Ronald R. Carmichael, Lexington,

combined with DUI and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in

a motor vehicle, $678 plus two days with credit; Daniel J. King, 109

Macey Avenue, $75 plus two days with credit.

Assault, fourth-degree, minor injury – Londisa V. Ford, address

unavailable, $235.50 plus two days with credit; J.B. Brumley, $160.60

plus six days with credit.

Criminal trespass, first-degree – Daniel S. Parks, Frankfort, $185.50

plus one day with credit.

Giving officer false identifying information – Jessica A. Olinger, 151

Dan Drive, combined with second-degree fleeing or evading police, six

days with credit.


Police Reports

Versailles police responded to nine non-injury vehicle accidents, two

domestic-related complaints and made three arrests from March 22 to 29.

On March 29, identity theft was reported by a Troy Pike resident.

On March 26, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on

Pinckard Pike.

On March 27, flowers and a basket worth $100 were reported stolen on

Troy Pike.

On March 26, a bed in a box worth $86.80 was reported stolen from a home

on Macey Avenue.

On March 28, police made an arrest at Ricardo’s for DUI.

On March 26, identity theft was reported by residents of Macey Avenue

and Huntertown Road.

On March 25, identity theft was reported by a Peachtree Road resident.

On March 24, identity theft was reported by a Eureka Drive resident.

On March 24, siding on a Highland Avenue home was reported vandalized,

with damage estimated at $2,000.

On March 24, a window pane of an Elm Street home was reported vandalized.

On March 23, a pipe laser, cut saw and other items worth a total of

$7,267 were reported stolen from a vehicle on Troy Pike.

On March 23, a Smith & Wesson 45-caliber handgun was reported stolen

from a home on Tyrone Pike.

On March 23, police made an arrest on Carter Lane for leaving the scene

of an accident that caused $1,500 in damage to a brick mailbox,

prescription controlled substance not in a proper container, and traffic

violations.

On March 21, identity theft for the purpose of stealing unemployment

benefits was reported by a McCowan Ferry Road resident.

On March 22, identity theft was reported by a Eureka Drive resident.

On March 23, a Suzuki FA-50 scooter worth $1,000 was reported stolen on

Preston Court.

On March 22, possession of marijuana was reported at a McKinney Avenue

industrial site.

On March 22, identity theft was reported by a Regent Road resident.

On March 23, an iPhone 12 and bag worth a total of $979 were reported

stolen from a home on Douglas Avenue.

On March 23, identity theft for the purpose of stealing $11,596 was

reported by a Scotts Ferry Road resident. (See story on front page.)

On March 23, identity theft was reported by a Selma Street resident.


Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made three EMS assists from March 23 to 29.

On March 23, they responded to a false alarm at Margaret Hall Manor.

On March 24, they responded to a grill fire at a Flint Ridge Road home.

On March 25, they provided stand-by coverage on High Street and School

House Road for the Aberdeen Road bomb investigation and responded to a

report of a house fire on Apple Road caused by a lightning strike and a

tree struck by lightning there.


County

Firefighters made one EMS assist from March 23 to 29.

On March 24, they responded to a false alarm on Big Sink Road.

On March 25, they assisted the Versailles Police Department during the

bomb investigation on Aberdeen Road.

On March 26-27, they assisted the FBI and ATF during the bomb

investigation on Aberdeen Road.


Public Records

SUITS

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Sheridan A. Claunch vs.

Nicholas A. Claunch; Amanda J. Sacharnoski vs. David M. Sacharnoski;

Jennifer Moylan vs. Michael Moylan.

Goldman Sachs Bank USA vs. Rhonda Willoughby for $11,367.40 claimed due

on a debt.

Timothy J. Fleeman vs. Hanna M. Lee for finding of paternity, custody,

timesharing and support for minor child.

Republic Finance LLC vs. Ralph Johnson, et al., for $5,162.16 plus

interest, late charges, attorney fees and costs claimed due on a debt.

Citizens Commerce Bank vs. Ronald W. Smith, et al., for $42,771.96 plus

attorney fees, expenses, costs and court costs claimed due on a debt.


DEEDS

SPR Management Company, LLC (James Bradley Lawson, manager) to Juan

Ramirez Gonzalez and Maria Ramirez Gonzalez, 401 Normandy Road, $235,000.

Adrian C. Redwine and Elizabeth A. Redwine to Jack Washburn and

Elizabeth Washburn, 326 Dogwood Court, $140,000.

Jack E. Washburn and Elizabeth Washburn to Adrian Redwine and Elizabeth

Redwine, 1055 Lakewood Circle, $300,000.

Raymond W. Mendenhall and Mary A. Mendenhall to Raymond W. Mendenhall

and Mary A. Mendenhall, as co-trustees of the Ray and Ann Mendenhall

Living Trust, 101 Locust Grove Lane, other consideration.

Milburn Homes, Inc. (Russell Milburn, president) to J. Taylor Homes, LLC

(Jordan Barnes, member), 205-258 Sugartree Lane, $490,000.

Jane Schenck and Stephen Schenck to Sarah S. Ladnier and David M.

Ladnier, 3088 Paynes Mill Road, $30,000.

Stephen M. Schenck and Jane Schenck to Joni M. Lanza, Megan N. Dragoo

and Sarah S. Ladnier, as trustees of the Stephen M. Schenck and Thelma

Jane Schenck Irrevocable Trust, 2050 Paynes Mill Road, $1 and other

consideration.

Marcella Morton, as executor of the Helen Washington estate, to Marcus

Crawford, 128 Walnut Street, Midway, $60,000.

Behrle W. Hubbuch Jr. to Daniel D. Primm Jr. and Joa Michelle Primm,

11864 Troy Pike, $600,000.

Elizabeth S. Santen to Stephen Lennon and Jonathan T. Wilson, 200 Morgan

Street, $645,000.

Ball Homes, LLC to Anthony Michael Pernice and Emily Ware Pernice, 1025

Rose Ridge Road, $373,652.

Timothy J. Conklin and Julie Conklin to Off Elm, LLC (Timothy J.

Conklin, member), 459 McCracken Pike, other consideration.

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