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Public Records - April 15

District Court

April 5

Sarah Hays, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Hannah O. Adams, Alive at 25; Mauro A. Avalos, $243; Daniela

A. Retto, combined with failure to wear seatbelt, $223; Ricarda C.

Romero, combined with failure to maintain required insurance and failure

to wear seatbelt, $268; Rebeka E. Farmer, $143 plus state traffic

school; LaCrissa N. Jacobs, combined with failure to wear seatbelt and

failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $688; David W. Jones,

combined with no operator’s license in possession, $193 plus state

traffic school; Jiang Long, $198; Sarah K. Lyon, $143 plus state traffic

school; Andrew McCubbins Jr., combined with no operator’s license in

possession, $223; Kristina L. McEntire, $143 plus state traffic school;

Edward P. Moores, Drive Safe Kentucky; Reece A. Osborne, $143 plus state

traffic school; Bradley G. Peters, $198; Lyndsey E. Preston, Drive Safe

Kentucky; Jose A.S. Lugo, combined with no operator’s license, $427 plus

30 days probated for two years; Tyler R. Smith, Drive Safe Kentucky;

Deronte J. Stewart, $143 plus state traffic school; James J.D. Mitchell,

$198; Benjamin G. Stephenson, Drive Safe Kentucky.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Bryse A. Dill, $243;

John G. Fitch, 243; Joshua Sutton, $243.

Failure to give right of way to emergency stopped vehicle – Paul E.

Merenbloom, state traffic school.

No operator’s license in possession – Maxmilano Ortiz, $193; Abigail

Purvis, $193.

Disregarding traffic light – Ralph Slone, Drive Safe Kentucky; Ethan A.

Wyrick, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license,

$511.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Ethan Wyrick, combined with booster seat

violations, $218.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Clifton E. Peden, $343.

No operator’s/moped license – Chrestyna T. Sykes, $243.

DUI – Jersain Andrade-Rosas, $768.


Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Lentwan R Eaves, address unavailable, combined

with no/expired registration plates and failure of owner to maintain

required insurance, $435.50.

Making false statement to obtain increase of benefit – Wendy A.

Stahlman, Lawrenceburg, $235.50.


Circuit Court

April 7, 1 p.m.

Jeremy Mattox, judge

Arraignments

Brian C. Bell, 34, of Lawrenceburg, pleaded not guilty to trafficking in

a controlled substance, possession of marijuana (misdemeanor),

first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug

paraphernalia (misdemeanor), advertise/solicit/operate boarding home

without registration (misdemeanor), licenses and tags – tag to be

affixed to collar (misdemeanor) and first-degree persistent felony offender.

Amber Cooper, 35, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to flagrant nonsupport.

Justin M. Mays, 33, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to first-degree

trafficking in a controlled substance, first-degree possession of a

controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.

Christopher Maggard, 54, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to

first-degree wanton endangerment.

Jeffery A. Wheat Jr., 31, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to

trafficking in a controlled substance, first-degree possession of a

controlled substance, possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), possession

of drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and first-degree persistent felony

offender.


Probation violations

William G. Brown, 25, of Versailles, was given credit for time served as

a sanction for violating terms of his probation on charges of

trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school,

first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug

paraphernalia (misdemeanor) and possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).

Kenneth D. Burress, 54, of Campbellsville, was given credit for time

served as a sanction for violating terms of his probation on charges of

first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug

paraphernalia (misdemeanor), failure to maintain required insurance

(misdemeanor) and no/expired registration plates (violation).

Ron Brandon Justice, 37, of Lawrenceburg, was given credit for time

served as a sanction for violating terms of his probation on charges of

receiving stolen property ($10,000 or more), second-degree

fleeing/evading police (on foot/misdemeanor), third-degree criminal

mischief and first-degree persistent felony offender.


Jury trial

William R. Graham, 58, of Versailles, was scheduled to return for a

Sept. 27-30 jury trial to face two counts of first-degree rape, two

counts of first-degree sodomy, two counts of first-degree sexual abuse

and second-degree persistent felony offender.


Police Reports

Versailles police responded to three motor vehicle accidents involving

injuries, five non-injury accidents, two domestic-related complaints,

issued one citation/summons and made six arrests.

On April 3 at 1:09 p.m., a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by William L.

King, 73, of Webster, Va. was northbound on the Bluegrass Parkway

off-ramp to Lexington Road while a GMC Terrain driven by Stephen K.

Collins (age not released), of Frankfort, was eastbound on Lexington

Road. King told police his brakes failed and he couldn’t slow down for

the stop sign at the intersection. His vehicle crossed the grass median

and struck the Terrrain and the Terrain overturned in the westbound

lanes. King’s vehicle continued across the westbound lanes and

overturned in the grass shoulder. King and a passenger in his vehicle,

Carol S. King, 76, of the same address, were taken to UK Chandler

Hospital. Two passengers in Collins’s vehicle, Stacie M. Sutton, 48, and

Sabrina M. Sutton, 21, of the same Frankfort address, were taken to

Bluegrass Community Hospital.

On March 31 at 6:50 a.m., a Hyundai Elantra driven by Hamilton B.

Anglin, 22, of Lexington, was eastbound on Kentucky 1659 when Anglin

lost control exiting a curve, went off the right shoulder and struck a

tree head-on. He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital.

On March 30 at 7:44 a.m., a Ford Fusion driven by Tabatha Johnson, 43,

of Frankfort, was eastbound on Lexington Road. She told police that

traffic suddenly stopped and she slammed on the brakes, but rear-ended a

Dodge Ram 1500 driven by Matthew Franklin, 43, of 2074 Elmwood Drive.

Johnson said she was then rear-ended by a Chrysler 200 driven by George

Cole, 26, of 134 Maple Avenue, was also struck by a Mack Truck CSV

driven by Larry Jones, 63, of Stanford, and then knocked into a Jeep

driven by Lynn Crenshaw, 49, of Gratz. Crenshaw was taken to Bluegrass

Community Hospital.

On April 12, a staple gun and other equipment worth a total of $1,300

was reported stolen from a home on Hanover Drive.

On April 12, harassing communications were reported at a Lexington Road

restaurant.

On April 9, car parts worth $411 and $165 in cash were reported stolen

from a vehicle on Walnut Street.

On April 9, a Chevrolet Silverado owned by U-Haul was reported stolen

from a Lexington Road parking lot.

On April 9, identity theft was reported by a Dunroven Road resident.

On April 9, a Toyota 4 Runner worth $6,995 was reported stolen by a

resident of Goodview, Ky.

On April 12, burglary and a vandalized door, with damage estimated at

$200, were reported at a home on Garnett Court.

On April 9, police made an arrest at a home on Wooldridge Lane for

possession of heroin and possession of methamphetamine.

On April 10, a citation/summons was issued on Tyrone Pike for

unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and operating on a suspended/revoked

operator’s license.

On April 8, identity theft was reported by a Big Sink Road resident.

On April 7, police made an arrest for the theft of drill bits and a

screwdriver worth $6.97 from the Kroger gas station.

On April 7, police made an arrest at the Woodford County Detention

Center for first-degree promoting contraband.

On April 7, forged checks worth $3,456.93 were reported at a Marsailles

Road bank.

On April 4, police made an arrest on Lexington Street for DUI,

first-degree wanton endangerment, possession of heroin, possession of

drug paraphernalia and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license.

On April 5, a door, post and Ford F-150 were reported vandalized on

Griers Creek Road, with damage estimated at $1,250.


Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made eight EMS assists and installed a car seat in one

vehicle from April 6-12.

On April 6, they responded to a smoke odor in a home on Woodlawn Drive.

On April 7, they responded to a brush fire on Morgan Street and a fire

alarm at Margaret Hall Manor.

On April 10, they responded to an oven fire in an apartment on Yellow

Jacket Drive.

On April 11, they responded to a vehicle fire on Kroger Way, a carbon

monoxide detector activation in a home on Nancy Street, a vehicle

accident with injuries on Troy Pike and assisted with a lock-out on

Lexington Road.


County

On April 7, firefighters checked a controlled burn on Huntertown Road.

On April 9, they responded to a farm machinery accident on Pinckard Pike

and illegal burns on Pinckard Pike and McCowans Ferry Road.

On April 10, they responded to a vehicle accident on Old Frankfort Pike.

On April 11, they responded to a false alarm on Hunter Court, a barn

fire on Carpenter Pike, used the jaws of life in a motor vehicle

accident on Troy Pike and took part in a birthday celebration at Walton

Park.

On April 12, they responded to a vehicle accident on U.S. 60 West.


Public Records

SUIT

“H.H.” vs. Woodford County Board of Education, et al., for damages,

attorney fees and costs related to alleged harassment by teacher J.C.

Schrimsher of unidentified student in 2017-18. (See story on front page.)


DEEDS

George Eric Oberg and Rosemary C. Conrad to James Allen and Sammie

Allen, 541 Mundys Landing Road, $437,500.

Bartley D. Miller and Rebecca L. Miller to Nolan F. Luckett and Mary C.

Luckett, 386 Poplar Street, $115,000.

Nolan F. Luckett and Mary C. Luckett to K & N Rental Properties, LLC

(Nolan F. Luckett and Mary C. Luckett, members), 784 Nancy Street, 392

Poplar Street, 396 Poplar Street, 400 Poplar Street, 404 Poplar Street,

107 A/B Dan Drive and 386 Poplar Street, $1 and other consideration.

John R. Thompson and Drucilla C. Thompson, as trustees of the John and

Drucilla Thompson Joint Revocable Trust, to Lexington Urgent Care, PLLC

(Abddresa Rabiee, member), 432 Lexington Road, $269,000.

Versails AGHM, LLC to S & J Holding, LLC (Joshua Young, member), 560 and

550 Fielding Drive, $715,000.

The Wieschhoff Revocable Trust to Allen Maxwell Vann and Leslie Rae

McKinney, 207 Gayland Drive, Midway, $327,000.

Cheryl Lynn Green Spellman and Mark Spellman to Bradford S. Padgett Jr.

and Judith L. Padgett, 106 Woodford Village Drive, $260,000.

Gordon F. Jackson to Big Table Farm, LLC (Gordon F. Jackson, member),

375 Hippe-Agee Road, quitclaim deed, $1 and other consideration.

Dearmond Construction & Remodeling, Inc. (Robert Dearmond, president) to

Donna K. Bentley, 226 Prospect Place, $410,121.50.

Keith Mitchell, as executor of the Linda Cole estate, to Lesley Rooks,

as trustee of the Lesley C. Rooks Living Trust, 127 South Hill Road,

$340,000.

Matthew John Dalcin and Danita Dalcin to Carl Keith Quillen and Rebecca

Ann Quillen, 401 Delaney Ferry Road, $300,000.

Wigelsworth, Inc. (James M. Wigelsworth, member) to Saum Properties,

LLC, 199 Dunroven Drive, quitclaim deed, other consideration.

Suam Properties, LLC to Jordan Tyler Rhinerson, 199 Dunroven Drive,

$140,000.

Donna K. Bentley and Michael D. Bentley to Jason Dean Roberts and Sondra

Jean Roberts, 438 Quail Run, $263,000.

Brett Butler and Patricia Butler to Donald Wallis and Dawn Wallis, 1024

Mitchell Lane, $750,000.

Charles A. Henry and Peggy A. Henry to Jo Frances Lewis and Gregory

Wayne Lewis, 208 Falcon Road, $255,900.

Judith Kaster, James Kaster, Kathy Collins, Sara Jean Noble, Ron Potts

and Kathy D. Upton, individually and as executor of the Timothy Noble

estate, to Melvin Paul Montgomery and Eudora Montgomery, 1058 Dry Ridge

Road, $300,000.

Judith L. Curtis, Allan Barlow, Emma Lee Curtis and Matthew Curtis to

William Knapp and Adrienne Knapp, 6013 Canonero Way, $362,500.


MARRIAGE LICENSES

Samantha Kaye Johnson and Robert Douglas Fridley II; Ashley Marie

Cummins and Bradley James Williamson.

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