• Woodford Sun Staff Report

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District Court

May 3

Sarah Hays, judge

Traffic

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

Toledo, $293.

Operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/substance – David J.

Raleigh, $943.


Misdemeanors

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

with credit.


Circuit Court

May 5, 1 p.m.

Jeremy Mattox, judge

Sentencing

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.


Arraignments

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.


Jury trial

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.


Probation violation

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.


Police Reports

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

Drive home.

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

of marijuana.

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

Crossfield Drive.

On May 2, third-degree terroristic threatening was reported at a home on

Shady Lane.

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.


Fire Reports

City

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

Drive.

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.

60 Bypass.

On May 10, they assisted a child with a stuck finger on Macey Avenue.


County

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.


Public Records

SUITS

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.


DEEDS

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

Road, $3,351,370.

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

Road, $15,000.

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

consideration.

Ball Homes, LLC to Melanie Marie Burch and Scott Burch, 276 Brunswick

Circle, $252,304.

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.


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