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Public Records - April 22

District Court

April 12

Mary Jane Phelps, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Amanda L. Harrison, $183; Jerry Sears Jr., $163; Elizabeth D.

Doss, state traffic school; Selvin Gonzalez-Rivera, combined with no

operator’s/moped license, $263; Kaymon W. Murrah, $243; Perez A. Pineda,

$173; Courtney D. Rogers, $163; Allen G. Brooks, combined with no

insurance, no/expired registration plates and operating on

suspended/revoked operator’s license, $967; Ryne G. Pelle, $173.

No operator’s license – Emilio Alejandro, $243; Francisco J. Garcia,

$243; Jose A. Gonzalez, $243; Elizabeth R. Santiago, $393.

No/expired registration plates – Gayle Franklin Jr., combined with

failure to produce insurance card, $268; Christopher W. Lilly, $163.

No operator’s license in possession – Stephen W. Reed, $193.

Disregarding stop sign – Reynaldo Reyes, combined with no operator’s

license and possession of open alcoholic beverage container in a motor

vehicle, $220.50 plus 30 days home incarceration.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Preston L. Stacy, $25.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Shamekia Washington, $668.

Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Allen G. Brooks,

combined with no insurance and DUI, $2,128 plus four days with two days

credit or four days home incarceration.


Misdemeanors

Possession of marijuana – Aubrey P. Reynolds, 411 Foxchase Court, $260.50.

Menacing – Richard D. Bryant, 208 Simmons Street, combined with

resisting arrest, alcohol intoxication in a public place and

second-degree disorderly conduct, 33 days, serve three days with credit

and balance probated for two years.

Disorderly conduct, second-degree – Keith B. Lewis, 215 Curry Court,

$185.50.

Theft by unlawful taking – Gregory S. Page, 130 Walnut Street, $318.

Assault, fourth-degree, domestic violence (minor injury) – Jeremiah

Baker-Noren, 225 Griers Creek Road, $160.50 plus 38 days, serve eight

days with credit and balance probated for two years; Brian C. Pauley,

address unavailable, $160.50 plus 31 days, serve one day with credit and

balance probated for two years.


Circuit Court

Brian Privett, judge

April 14, 1 p.m.

Plea

Kendall Lawrence Withers, 40, of Lexington, pleaded guilty to an amended

charge of convicted felon in possession of a firearm and carrying a

concealed weapon by prior deadly weapon felony offender. The

commonwealth recommended six years in prison.


Arraignment

Hugo A. Guillen, 36, of Versailles, pleaded not guilty to two counts of

first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree fleeing or evading police

(motor vehicle), third-degree criminal mischief (misdemeanor), operating

a motor vehicle while under the influence (misdemeanor) and operating on

a suspended/revoked operator’s license (misdemeanor).


Police Reports

Versailles police responded to one vehicle accident involving injuries,

five non-injury accidents, issued two citations/summonses and made one

arrest.

On April 11 at 9:33 p.m., a GMC Terrain driven by De’Antaye D. Perkins,

26, of Lexington, was southbound on Troy Pike when the vehicle went off

the left side of the road, struck a tree, then came to rest on the road,

blocking all lanes. Police say they found two open alcoholic beverage

containers in the vehicle and that Perkins had a strong odor of alcohol.

He was taken to UK Chandler Hospital and refused a blood-alcohol test.

On April 16, a driver-side mirror of a vehicle on Maiden Lane was

reported vandalized, with damage estimated at $100.

On April 12, knowingly abusing/neglecting an adult by a person was

reported on Johnson Street in Midway, with $63,756.97 allegedly stolen

via ATM cash withdrawals and debit charges.

On April 12, a woman’s wallet worth $40 and $100 in cash were reported

stolen from a vehicle on Dunroven Road.

On April 13, identity theft was reported by residents of Tyrone Pike and

Elm Street Heights.

On April 13, a citation/summons was issued on Field of Dreams Road for

possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure of

owner to maintain required insurance.

On April 13, chainsaws and other items worth a total of $1,995 were

reported stolen on Tyrone Pike.

On April 15, identity theft was reported by residents of Debra Street

and Hunters Ridge Drive.

On April 15, tools worth $1,153.72 were reported stolen from a Ford

F-250 on Chestnut Lane, with an estimated $500 in damage to the truck.

On April 15, a citations/summons was issued at Equestrian Park for

possession of marijuana, possession of psilocybin and possession of drug

paraphernalia.

On April 15, an iPhone 12 worth $1,200 was reported stolen from a Dan

Drive home.

On April 12, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident in

the truck lane of exit 61 on I-64.

On April 12, a Kentucky EPO/DVO was reported violated on Macey Avenue.

On April 13, police made an arrest on Falling Springs Boulevard for DUI,

possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine, possession of drug

paraphernalia and careless driving.

On April 13, identity theft was reported by a Broadway Street resident.


Fire Reports


City

Firefighters made three EMS assists and installed smoke detectors in one

home from April 13 to 19.

On April 15, they responded to a malfunctioning smoke detector in a

Molly Street home.

On April 17, they checked a controlled burn on Field of Dreams.

On April 18, they responded to a leaking propane cylinder at Kroger and

checked a controlled burn on Wooldridge Lane.

On April 19, they responded to a leaking propane cylinder at Kroger and

a vehicle accident on Lexington Street.


County

Firefighters made three EMS assists from April 13 to 19.

On April 13, they responded to a grass fire on Troy Pike.

On April 16, they responded to a grass fire on Troy Pike.

On April 18, they responded to vehicle accidents on Military Pike and

Brushy Run Road at Fords Mill Road.


Public Records

SUITS

Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Floyd Raglin vs. Tamara J.

Darden-Raglin; Meghan L. Niehaus vs. Alfred H. Nuckols III.

UMB Bank NA as custodian for Clearleaf vs. Deborah Dillingham for

$1,190.58 plus interest, attorney fees, costs, expenses, attorney fees

and lien on property claimed due on a debt.

Michael Boone vs. Lloyd H. Hans, et al., for $12,297.27 plus interest,

costs, expenses, attorney fees and lien on property claimed due on debt.


DEEDS

Janel deBoer and Jonathan L. deBoer to Janel deBoer and Jonathan J.

deBoer, as co-trustees of the deBoer Family Living Trust, 179 Juniper

Drive, other consideration.

Judy Clark and Betty M. Clark, as co-executors of the Hazel S. Lewis

estate, Judy Clark, Joseph A. Clark, Betty M. Clark and Robert M. Clark

to Clifton E. Forrest and Gayda Forrest, 111 Loy Street, $198,000.

Kim M. Skeeter to Douglas Spalding and Danielle Jostes, 407 Merrywood

Drive, Midway, $649,000.

Nancy D. Brumback to Marsha R. Wells, 126 Dunroven Drive, $162,500.

Caroline Haagenstad and Harvey Todd Haagendstad to Crosskey, LLC (Kevin

G. Martin, member), 119 Crosskey Road, $106,000.

Rebecca Dawn Dunning to Rachael V. Nipp and Joseph Daniel Nipp, 130

Willow Court, $275,000.


MARRIAGE LICENSES

Nicole Elizabeth Fedorko and Nicholas Grant Mooney; Olivia Manson Bowman

and Matthew Dalton Childers; Paula Sue Brookshire and Cameron James

Carrico; Deborah Jean Lancaster and Joseph Wayne Guffey; Debra Ann

Osborne and William Jonathan Haynes.

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