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District Court March 1 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic Speeding – Kanesha L. Barnett, $143 plus state traffic school; Mary C. McGill, combined with failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $663; Lauren E. Connor, combined with no/expired registration plates, $168; William H. Hagan, Drive Safe Kentucky; Mandera Jackson, $243; Breannah M. Pope, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $212; Dominic D. Strong, combined with no operator’s license, $343. DUI – June M. Beckum, $943 plus 37 days, serve seven with two days credit or home incarceration; Robert L. Samuels, $828 plus four days with two days credit or four days home incarceration. Improper parking fire lane/block traveled portion of highway – William J. Kutschman, $193. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Kaine Maxberry, $643. Operating with inactive/cancelled/revoked motor fuel tax license – Vladyslav Peyter, combined with unified carrier registration act violations, $50. No operator’s license in possession – Courtney L. Rosser, combined with no/expired registration plates, $218. Failure to maintain required insurance – Samuel P. Trainor, $243. No/expired registration plates – George F. Wilson, $168. Operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/substance – Thomas J. Wilson, $943. No operator’s license – Edgar Z. Cedar, $393.

Misdemeanors Possession of marijuana – Jared A. Yankey, Simpsonville, combined with speeding, $310.50 plus state traffic school. Possession of controlled substance, second-degree – Jonathan H. Sutherland, Frankfort, combined with third-degree possession of controlled substance and operating motor vehicle under influence of controlled substance, $860.50. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Michael E. Barber III, 224 Cheney Road, $200.50. Criminal attempt to tamper with physical evidence – Miranda J. Clevenger, 240 High Street, combined with observed operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs, driving on DUI-suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia, $1,085.50. Criminal trespassing, first-degree – Shmuel Edney-Williams, 512 East Stephens Street, Midway, $185.50 plus two days with two days credit. Disorderly conduct, second-degree – Rachel L. Lambert, 1001 Twin Spires Lane, Midway, combined with menacing and alcohol intoxication in a public place, two days with credit; Kathy A. Stoltzfus, Winchester, combined with public intoxication, controlled substance, $200.50. Giving officer false identifying information – Tashawn Robinson, address unavailable, two days with two days credit. Circuit Court March 3, 1 p.m. Jeremy Mattox, judge Sentencing Amanda R. Johnson, 39, of Lexington, was ordered to serve 103 days in jail (time served) for an amended charge of criminal attempt to first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Matthew D. Parker, 30, of Lexington, was placed on three years probation after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, public intoxication (misdemeanor) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). An 18-month prison sentence was suspended. James P. Strong, 34, of Sadieville, was sentenced to 18 months in prison and fined $500 after pleading guilty to first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). Lonnie Eugene Wilson, 38, of Versailles, was placed on two years probation after pleading guilty to an amended charge of possession of a synthetic drug (misdemeanor). A 12-month jail sentence was suspended.

Pleas Katrina Sue Coomer, 35, of Corinth, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property (over $500) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended two years in prison. Kobe Dante Ford, 24, of Harrodsburg, pleaded guilty to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces) and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended four years in prison. Charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and speeding (13 mph over limit/violation) were dismissed under the plea agreement. Jessica L. Hawkins, 34, of Versailles, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended three years in prison. Makale Marks, 23, of Frankfort, pleaded guilty to trafficking in marijuana (less than 8 ounces). The commonwealth recommended 12 months in jail. A felony charge of criminal possession of a forged instrument was dismissed under the plea agreement. Samuel Bain Turner, 45, of Frankfort, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, driving on a DUI suspended license (misdemeanor) and failure to surrender revoked operator’s license (misdemeanor). The commonwealth recommended two years in prison (mandatory: 120 days to serve). A possession of an open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle violation was dismissed under the plea agreement.

Arraignment Harold Anthony Wright, 44, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), possession of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and engaging in organized crime/criminal syndicate. Police Reports Versailles police responded to five vehicle accidents, one domestic-related complaint, issued one citation/summons and made one arrest. On March 5, an ATM card was reported stolen from a home on Highland Avenue. On March 5, the theft of $7,000 from the cash drawer and $10 worth of Pokemon cards was reported at a restaurant on United Drive. On March 5, identity theft for the purpose of filing an unemployment claim was reported at a home on Bluegrass Road. On March 6, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Berry Avenue. On March 2, second-degree burglary was reported at a home on Big Sink Road. On March 4, a 12-gauge shotgun worth $300 was reported stolen on Crossfield Drive. On March 3, a metal cross with horseshoes worth $70 was reported stolen from a Marsailles Road home. On March 3, a citation/summons was issued on Montgomery Avenue for possession of marijuana and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. On March 3, police made an arrest on the U.S. 60 Bypass for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a substance. Fire Reports City Firefighters made eight EMS assists and installed a car seat in one vehicle from March 2 to March 8. On March 2, they responded to a carbon monoxide alarm in a Clifton Road home. On March 5, they responded to a false alarm in a Macey Avenue home. On March 6, an EMS run to Ramsey Circle was cancelled en route. On March 7, they responded to a smoke odor caused by a blown transformer on Crossfield Drive, a mutual aid request for a large field fire in Anderson County and a report of a thumping sign under a house on Russell Avenue. On March 8, they responded to an unauthorized controlled burn on Kingsway Drive.

County Firefighters made four EMS assists from March 2 to March 8. On March 3, they responded to a storage shed fire on Ravenwood Drive and checked a controlled burn on the same road. On March 4, they serviced smoke detectors on Locust Grove Way and responded to a car fire on the Bluegrass Parkway East at mile marker 65. On March 6, they assisted with flood clean-up at Buck Run and Lower Clifton roads and responded to an unfounded report of a grass fire on I-64 East. On March 7, they responded to a grass fire on Lexington Road, a mutual aid request for a large field fire in Anderson County, a car leaking fuel on Berry Avenue and assisted with flood cleanup on Shoreacres Road. On March 8, they responded to grass fires on the Bluegrass Parkway at mile marker 67 and Sellers Mill Road. Public Records SUITS Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Alan D. Morgan vs. Kellie C. Morgan. LVNV Funding LLC vs. Franklin G. Killebrew for $6,333.06 plus costs claimed due on a debt. Kathy N. Upton vs. PNC Bank, N.A. for quieting title and declaration that any lien on property be cancelled plus court costs and attorney fees. Direct Capital vs. G.H. Consulting LLC for $36,498.73 plus interest, costs and attorney fees claimed due on a debt. Ashford Stud vs. Grupo 7C Racing Stable Corp. for $201,641.16 plus interest and costs claimed due on a debt. Michael Lawson vs. Judith A. Thompson for order and judgment against executrix of estate of C. Timothy Thompson plus attorney fees and costs. Citibank N.A. vs. Gary R. Morrissey for $5,222.70 plus costs claimed due on a debt.

DEEDS Nikki Rene Gardner to Sushma Bagale and Tina Bagale, 516 Sheffield Drive, $225,000. Robert J. Gates and Ashley S. Gates to Adam Reece Gilley and Katherine Hastings Gilley, 6040 Crabapple Road, $366,000. UG-CAM, LLC to Adam C. Stiles and Marjorie G. Mason, 201 Dove Park, $229,000. Daniel Kemp and Gina Kemp to Andrew W. Hicks and Catherine Hicks, 775 Mildred Street, $200,000. Jeffrey Mitchell Fitch, as trustee of the Jeff Fitch Living Trust, to Gayle B. Daniels, 361 South Main Street, $185,500. David Pienkowski to Alexander Kenneth Tingle and Sydney Tingle, 3621 Shannon Run Road, $326,000. James W. Wiglesworth III, Judith S. Wiglesworth Phillips and Reginald Joe Phillips III to Stacy J. Thorgersen and Vincent R. Thorgersen, 1380 Shoreacres Road, $105,000. Robert T. Hayden and Rose Hayden to Robert T. Hayden, 107 Bayberry Road, $1, quitclaim deed.


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