Sarah Hays, judge
Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Caitlin Brinkerhoff,
$343; Christopher L. Cooper, $343; Abraham D. Piedro, combined with
speeding and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $734;
Trevor Howard, $343.
Speeding – Brenden R. Campbell, $163; Stephen M. Crosby, $143 plus state
traffic school; Juan A. Esparza, $173; Hillary D. Gamble, Drive Safe
Kentucky; Ulises G. Soto, combined with no operator’s/moped license,
$493; Ann E. Glavan, $198; Marsha A. Jons, Drive Safe Kentucky; Ra’Shaun
M. Langdon, Drive Safe Kentucky; Paige Seadler, $243; Jennifer L.
Shirley, $173; Preston B. Strode, combined with operating motor vehicle
under the influence of alcohol, $398; Carlie R. Urban, $143 plus state
traffic school; John T. Watson, $143 plus state traffic school; Caleb A.
Yarnell, $143 plus state traffic school.
Reckless driving – Angela D. Dockery, $243.
Following another vehicle too closely – Joseph B. Faulkner, Alive at 25.
DUI – Amado M. Mendoza, combined with possession of open alcoholic
beverage container in a motor vehicle, $828; Oscar M. Roblero, combined
with no operator’s/moped license, $943 plus 14 days with one day credit
and balance probated for two years.
No operator’s/moped license – Clara Pacheco, $243; Jimmie L. Reed,
combined with operating motor vehicle under the influence of a
controlled substance and failure to wear seatbelt, $918; Maricela
Operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/substance – David J.
Cultivation of marijuana – Myra J. Dison, 146 Bell Avenue, $210.50 plus
30 days probated for two years.
Possession of drug paraphernalia – Herman D. Lowe, 200 Jones Lane, $210.50.
Theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting – Christy McIntosh, 220 Macey
Drive, combined with first-degree criminal trespassing, $185.50 plus 64
days, serve four days with credit and balance probated for two years;
Vickie S. Warren, two counts, $297.97 plus 44 days, serve 14 days with
credit and balance probated for two years.
Violation of Kentucky EPO – Joseph A. Watts, 396 Altamont Court, $160.50
plus six days with credit.
Menacing – Davon O. Williams, Lexington, combined with fourth-degree
assault (minor injury) and resisting arrest, $185.50 plus eight days
May 5, 1 p.m.
Jeremy Mattox, judge
Samuel Bain Turner, 45, Frankfort, was ordered to serve 120 days in jail
(with credit for time served) for operating a motor vehicle while under
the influence (fourth offence), driving on a DUI suspended license
(misdemeanor) and failure to surrender revoked operator’s license
(misdemeanor). The remainder of a two-year prison sentence was suspended
and Turner was placed on five years probation.
Esmeralda Garcia Diaz, 33, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to
first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, first-degree
possession of a controlled substance, first-degree wanton endangerment
and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor).
Oakley Saunders, 30, of Frankfort, pleaded not guilty to first-degree
trafficking in a controlled substance and third-degree trafficking in a
controlled substance (misdemeanor).
Tiffany Ann Shepherd, 29, of Lexington, pleaded not guilty to
first-degree sexual abuse.
Vicki Brautigan, 65, Dayton, Ohio, was scheduled to return for a Jan.
18-26, 2022 jury trial on charges of murder, first-degree burglary, two
counts of attempted murder and tampering with physical evidence.
Rachel Garland, 24, of Bristol, Tenn., was given credit for time served
as a sanction for violating terms of her probation for first-degree
possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia
(misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).
Dwight Wade Sewell Jr., 52, of Nicholasville, was given credit for time
served as a sanction for violating terms of his probation for
first-degree possession of a controlled substance.
Versailles police responded to 12 non-injury vehicle accidents and
issued three citations/summons.
On May 7, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on
Pinckard Pike that damaged a Mack GU.
On May 7, a Kentucky EPO was reported violated at a home on Woodson
On May 1, theft by unlawful taking involving $5,690 stolen from a bank
account was reported at a home on Eureka Drive.
On May 5, fraudulent use of a credit card for $300 was reported on Aiken
Road in Midway.
On May 3, identity theft was reported on Sheffield Drive.
On May 4, a citation/summons was issued on Morgan Street for possession
On May 4, keys to a break room and a laptop worth a total of $1,005 were
reported stolen from Bluegrass Community Hospital.
On May 4, vehicle registration and insurance information were reported
stolen from a vehicle at Bluegrass Community Hospital.
On May 3, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported at a
Lexington Road restaurant.
On May 4, marijuana trafficking within 1,000 feet of a school was
reported on Pocahontas Trail.
On May 4, first-degree possession of a controlled substance was reported
at a Church Street home.
On May 3, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on
On May 2, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported at a home on
On May 4, possession of marijuana and failure to/improper signal was
reported on Frankfort Road.
On May 3, theft by deception involving $6,000 in CVS gift cards was
reported on West Domino Court.
On May 1, a 2015 Subaru Impreza was reported stolen in the I-64 East
rest stop at exit 61.
On April 26, a citation/summons was issued on West Leestown Pike for
possession of marijuana and possession of psilocybin.
On April 30, a Kentucky EPO/DVO was reported violated at Mezzo Italian Café.
On May 2, a citation/summons was issued at a Poplar Circle home for
possession of marijuana.
On April 30, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on
Huntertown Road near St. Leo School.
Firefighters made eight EMS assists from May 4 to 10.
On May 4, they responded to a vehicle leaking gas at the Kroger fuel
station, a vehicle accident with injuries at the railroad tracks on
Frankfort Street and a cooking fire at a home on Arbor Place Drive.
On May 5, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on McDonald
On May 7, they responded to a fire alarm at a Barroway Lane home and a
vehicle accident with injuries on Lexington Road.
On May 8, they assisted with a home lock-out on Woodford Village Drive
and an EMS run to Bluegrass Community Hospital was cancelled en route.
On May 9, they responded to a smoke detector activation on Adena Trace
and a diesel fuel spill caused by a tractor-trailer accident on the U.S.
On May 10, they assisted a child with a stuck finger on Macey Avenue.
Firefighters made one EMS assist from May 4 to 10.
On May 6, they responded to a false alarm on Chestnut Lane set off by a
lawn trimming device.
On May 7, they responded to a vehicle fire on the Bluegrass Parkway East
and a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 at the Fayette County line.
On May 9, they responded to a propane leak on Eureka Road and an odor
scare on Tim Tam Trail.
On May 11, they responded to a vehicle accident on Steele Road.
Joyce Versino vs. Brad H. Combs, et al., for $3,045.69 plus interest,
costs, expenses, attorney fees and lien on property claimed due on a debt.
Autovest LLC vs. Benjamin Oaks for $3,210.27 plus interest, fees,
charges and costs claimed due on a debt.
Pradipkumar Patel to Robert Bridges, 826 Mildred Street, $180,000.
STRATA Trust Company, as custodian, to 130 Macey Blvd, LLC (Michael
Johnson as manager of J Fund 100, LLC), 130 Macey Boulevard, $277,000.
Virginia L. Ratcliff to Lige Paulsen and Brenda Paulsen, 224 South Gratz
Street, Midway, $10 and other consideration.
Jennifer Shepherd Sharp, as executor of the Jack Shepherd estate, to
Sandra A. Carter, 340 Ridgewood Drive, $145,775.
Homer Michael Freeny Jr., as trustee of the Homer Michael Freeny Jr.
Trust, to Brown-Forman Corporation, 148.5568 acres at 1220 Georgetown
Woodall Realty Company, LLC (Jerry Woodall, member) to Erin Williams and
Zachary Williams, 112 Chinoe Road, $199,900.
GSL Construction, LLC (Roman Slobodzian, member) to Phil D. Riney and
Lisa Lynn Turner, 125 Classic Court, $479,999.
Todd Blevins and Morgan Blevins to Matthew Collins and Melissa A.
Collins, 211 Normandy Circle, $227,000.
Dillon Darby and Sheri Darby to Travis Stephens, 2405 Lillards Ferry
Dawn Wheeler to Rebecca Nipp Dunning, 104 Wildwood Drive, $265,000.
Robert Kevin Shumate and Tamara Anne Shumate to Settlers’s Cove
Apartments, LLC (Paul Settle, member), 1.359-acre retention (open space)
area near Spring Run, $1, quitclaim deed.
Ashley J. McKendree and Stacy E. McKendree to Emily Warren and Cole
Hardacre, 418 Winterberry Court, $240,000.
Lawrence W. Moore to Mary Robin Hartley, 155 Second Street, other
Ball Homes, LLC to Melanie Marie Burch and Scott Burch, 276 Brunswick
Dennis Lawrence and Ninon Lawrence to Joe Calza and Lisa Calza, 1017
Bluegrass Road, $625,000.
Roscoe Eugene Hornback and Elaine C. Hornback, as co-trustees of The
Hornback Family Living Trust, to Charles Carrington Long and Melissa
Long, 840 Kingsway Drive, $165,000.