Desirre Leigh Noe, 25, nurse, Junction City, and Brian Keith Baker, 30, electronics technician, Junction City.
Civil judgments handed down recently in the office of Boyle County Circuit Clerk Trudy Stephens include:
Sherry Smallwood vs. Bobby Smallwood, divorce granted.
Amy Lee Fowler vs. Joseph Thomas Fowler, divorce granted.
Troy Belew vs. Lisa Belew, divorce granted.
Jeremy Shane Brown vs. Lisa M. Brown, divorce granted.
Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, incude the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.
Tonya Lynn Walker, 23, 135 E. Walnut St., Danville, driving with a suspended license and two counts of contempt of court, $225 fine and 10 days in jail.
Michelle McCormack, 32, Lebanon, attempted procurement of a controlled substance, 12 months in jail probated for two years, credit for one day served.
Randall C. Boggs, 21, Stanford, second-degree burglary, 12 months in jail, to serve 30 days and credit for 10 days served.
Donald Denson, 35, 621 Old Shakertown Road, trafficking in marijuana less than 8 ounces, $250, 12 months in jail, to serve 30 days and credit for 19 days served.
Tyrone Guest, 19, 125 Centre St., attempted possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana, $150 and 12 months in jail with credit for 11 days served.
James Braden Wilcher, 19, Junction City, DUI, $200, alcohol/drug education, and license suspended for 120 days.
Gilbert F. Goins, 67, 112 Beech St., Danville, DUI, $200, alcohol/drug education, and license suspended for 120 days.
Andrea Lee Johnson, 19, 218 Needmore St., Danville, shoplifting less than $300, $200 and 30 days probated for two years with credit for two days served.
John W. Madden, 26, Berea, third-offense DUI, driving with a DUI suspended license and leaving the scene of an accident, $950 and 310 days, to serve 45 days, alcohol/drug education, and license suspended for three years.
Bryan L. Sheron, 29, Junction City, possession of marijuana and public intoxication, $325 fine and 12 months, to serve 90 days with credit for 10 days served.
Alberto Lopez Domingus, 18, 464 High St., Danville, theft less than $300, $200 and 30 days probated for two years and court costs.
Brian K. Moore, 18, 130 Albany Circle, Danville, possession of marijuana, speeding and no insurance, $230 and 30 days probated for two years.
Amy Michelle Cox, 30, 135 Cherry Lane, Danville, shoplifting less than $300, $200 and 60 days, to serve 40 days.
Michael Jay Sinkhorn, 27, Junction City, speeding, driving with a suspended license and contempt of court, $190 and 30 days probated for two years.
Cases handled recently in Casey District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.
Terero Gaspar, 20, Russell Springs, driving under the influence of intoxicants, $100 and five days; no insurance, $500 or proof of insurance; no moped license, $25; and no seat belt, merged.
Tom H. Bohms, Longmont, Colo., waived extradition on a fugitive warrant for failure to appear on controlled substance by fraud charges in violation of a bail bond.
Samantha Villela, Russell Springs, third-degree criminal trespassing, $75.
George O. Sizemore Jr., 32, 745 Campbellsville St., Liberty, disorderly conduct and menacing, eight days on each, probated; alcohol intoxication in a public place, $150 and time served.
Tammy L. Sizemore, 32, 745 Campbellsville St., Liberty, disorderly conduct, 10 days, with two served and eight suspended; and reckless driving, $25.
Eunice M. Allen, 48, 76 Randolph St., Liberty, alcohol intoxication, $25 and time served; disorderly conduct, $25 and 10 days with eight days suspended; possession of marijuana, $150 and 30 days suspended; and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, merged.
Matthew K. Hamilton, 23, 5956 N. Ky. 501, Kings Mountain, alcohol intoxication, $150; possession of open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle, $35; and unlawful transaction with a minor, $25.