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Public Records - April 29th

District Court

April 19

Sarah Hays, judge

Traffic

Speeding – Abraham B. Benjamin, $198; Donte Bodner, combined with

failure to wear seatbelt and license to be in possession, $218 plus

state traffic school; Samantha A. Bruce, Drive Safe Kentucky; Megan N.

Dunn, $198; Andrew J. Durham, $143 plus state traffic school; Brian D.

Eizenga, $143 plus state traffic school; Jeffrey S. Ferguson, state

traffic school; Jennifer E.H. Cole, Drive Safe Kentucky; Aaliyah D.

Lewis, $198; Emily M. Miniard, $198; Selena R. Mynhier, combined with no

operator’s license in possession, $223; Bronsyn Q. Paddock, Drive Safe

Kentucky; Yoshiaki Shinjo, $173; Maureen A. Soh, Drive Safe Kentucky;

George R. Whitt, Drive Safe Kentucky.

Careless Driving – Nicholas A. Delaney, combined with no operator’s

license in possession, $243.

Operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/substance – Tawny A.

Dzierzek, $793.

Failure to wear seatbelt – Johnathan T. Lewis, combined with

instructional permit violations, $218.

Failure of owner to maintain required insurance – Daynah S. Mansour, $243.

No operator’s license in possession – Justin A. Matheson, $243.

DUI – Heather Myers, $793.

Failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance – Dakota A. Shepard,

$243.

Failure to file accident report – Joseph R. Devers, combined with DUI,

$943 plus three days in jail or six days home incarceration.


Misdemeanors

Disorderly conduct, second-degree – Noah E. Hildenbrandt, 25 Pisgah

Station Road, $235.50 plus 31 days, serve one day with credit and

balance probated for two years.

Public intoxication, controlled substance – Bryan Springate,

Lawrenceburg, $235.50 plus two days with credit.

Assault, fourth-degree, domestic violence (minor injury) – Johnathan E.

Thomas, 138 St. Clair Street, $235.50 plus two days with credit.

Possession of marijuana – Vasean M. Green, Louisville, combined with

speeding, $360.50.

Carrying a concealed deadly weapon – Javion V. Jackson, Georgetown,

$185.50 plus six days with credit.

Theft by deception (includes cold checks) – Kristina McClanahan,

Lawrenceburg, $183.50.

Receiving stolen property – Maykah J. Brown, Lexington, $235.50 plus 32

days, serve two days with credit and balance probated for two years.


Police Reports

Versailles police responded to 13 non-injury vehicle accidents, one

domestic-related complaint, issued one citation/summons and made two

arrests.

On April 26, a citation/summons was issued on Shannon Run Road for

possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

On Aril 26, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on

Pinckard Pike that damaged 150 feet of wood plank fencing and fence posts.

On April 21, a fanny pack containing a cell phone and wallet worth a

total of $200 was reported stolen on Wooldridge Lane.

On April 25, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident

that damaged a Nissan Pathfinder.

On April 23, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on

McCracken Pike that damaged fencing at Diamond A Farms.

On April 23, police made an arrest for DUI, possession of marijuana and

speeding.

On April 22, identity theft was reported by a Poplar Circle resident.

On April 21, $400 in cash and $84.50 worth of stainless drawer handles

were reported stolen from a home on Second Street in Midway.

On April 19, theft by deception of more than $10,000 was reported at an

Old Frankfort Pike home.

On April 19, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on

Macey Avenue that caused $1,000 in damage to an electric meter on a

house and $100 in damage to an electrical conduit for the meter.

On April 14, police made an arrest at Milner Road home for violation of

a Kentucky EPO/DVO.

On April 18, the tire of a Honda Pilot in a Frankfort Street parking lot

was reported slashed, with damage estimated at $150.

On April 18, a ruby ring and other jewelry worth a total of $20,600 were

reported stolen from a home on Paddock Drive.

On April 16, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on

Troy Pike that damaged a utility guide wire and hardware.


Fire Reports

City

Firefighters made one EMS assist and installed smoke detectors in one

home and car seats in two vehicles from April 20 to 26.

On April 20, they responded to a fire alarm in a home on Rose Bud Road.

On April 24, they responded to an outside equipment fire at Sheridan

Kentucky and ventilated the press room.

On April 25, they removed smoke from a home on Flint Ridge Road.

On April 26, they responded to a downed power line on Montgomery Avenue,

an unknown downed line on Douglas Avenue that turned out to be a

telephone wire, and a vehicle whose driver suffered a medical emergency

and crashed into a Lexington Street office.


County

Firefighters made one EMS assist from April 20 to 26.

On April 20, they responded to a hazardous materials spill on I-64 West

and extricated a 15-year-old girl who was stuck in a baby swing on

Deerfield Drive.

On April 21, 22 and 23, they responded to false alarms on McCracken Pike.

On April 25, they responded to a vehicle accident on Midway Road.


Public Records

SUITS

Petition for the dissolution of marriage – Kendra Jones vs. Charles Jones.

Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., et al., vs. Soofau M. Lefau for

support of minor child.

Mary Eldridge vs. Dale Ulrich, et al., for damages, interest, attorney

fees and court costs claimed due for April 21 vehicle accident.

Grantley Acres LLC vs. Elise M. Handler, et al., for damages and losses,

interest, attorney fees, costs and expenses claimed due for actions as

farm manager.

Mark F. Moody vs. State Farm Mutual Insurance Co. for damages, interest

and costs claimed due for June 2020 vehicle accident.

Jamie Foley vs. Kentucky Farm Bureau for damages and costs claimed due

for flood damage in home.

George Reeves vs. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. for damages, interest

and costs claimed due for October 2020 vehicle accident.

Capital One Bank USA vs. Jonathan T. Marshall for $6,046.01 plus costs

claimed due on a debt.


DEEDS

Terry Hanna to Julie A. Oakes, 513 Clifton Road, $138,550.

Gary L. Chapman to Gary L. Chapman and Kristy Chapman, 2907 Hifner Road,

nominal consideration.

Ball Homes, LLC to Paige Sawyer, 3037 Rose Bud Road, $311,000.

Freedom Mortgage Corporation to Sue Rhineheimer, 224 East Higgins

Street, Midway, $117,900.

Ernest Hall and Brenda Sue Hall to Michael S. Hall, 602 Pocahontas

Trail, $113,000.

Dorothy Mae McKinney to Jerry Sears Jr., 408 Ryne Court, $87,000.

Lavonne Agness Byarlay, as trustee of the Starr Alden Byarlay and/or

Lavonne Agness Byarlay Revocable Living Trust, to Steve Atwood, 2406

Lillards Ferry Road, $90,000.

Mary M. Prouty and Robert P. Windels to Aaron West and Mikala Bidwell,

509 Southland Drive, $255,000.

Martha Watts and Larry Watts to Leonid Chayka and Natasha Chayka, 105

Johnston Lane, $167,000.

FB Residential Holdings, LLC (by Scioto Properties, LLC: Matthew Mumma,

president) to Pink Properties, LLC (Mischell H. Lee, managing member),

425 Quail Run Road, $173,500.

David Cordle and Patra Cordle to Alexander Maloney and Shannon Maloney,

490 Ashley Place, $390,000.

Fred Faust Properties #3, LLC (Fred Faust, owner/member) to Steve Sims,

261 Dunroven Road, $87,200.

Carol McDonald and Gary McDonald to Barry P. Clouse and Donna J. Clouse,

139A Rumsey Circle, $325,000.

Manfred T. Kraft Jr. to Regina Beth Cunningham, 1022 West Binderton

Place, other consideration, quitclaim deed.

Paul D. Wingo and Melissa S. Wingo, as trustees of the Paul and Melissa

Wingo Joint Trust, to Paul D. Wingo and Melissa S. Wingo, 1085 Cedar

Ridge Lane, other consideration, quitclaim deed.

K & J Frye Properties, LLC (Jeffrey Frye, authorized agent) to J.

William, LLC (William Gay, member/manager), 315 McDonald Drive, 256

Bryanwood Drive and 312 Kentucky Avenue, $315,000.

K & J Frye Properties, LLC to J. William, LLC, 796 Nancy Street and 867

Mildred Street, $260,000.

Kenneth McDaniel Jr. to Kenneth D. McDaniel Jr., as trustee of the

Kenneth D. McDaniel Jr. Living Trust, 133 North Turner Street, Midway,

other consideration.

Kenneth McDaniel Jr. to Kenneth D. McDaniel Jr., as trustee of the

Kenneth D. McDaniel Jr. Living Trust, 232 West Higgins Street, Midway,

other consideration.



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