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Public Record for May 29

May 31, 2011

BOYLE

DISTRICT COURT
Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.

Commissioner Adam Miller presiding
Christopher Woodward, 24, 524 Logan Ave., possession of marijuana, $300.

Judge Jeff Dotson presiding
Andrea Martin, theft by deception less than $500, 364 days, probated.
David Lopez, 34, 225 Short Acres Road, violation of protective order, $100, 30 days, credit for four days served, remaining time probated one year.
Harlen Baker, 24, Junction City, second-degree assault, amended to fourth-degree, 100 days, credit for 12 days served, remaining time probated one year; contempt of court, dismissed.
Christopher Lee Guest, 39, 504 Grant St., fourth-degree assault, $100, 30 days, credit for three days served, remaining time probated one year.
Nicholas A. Short, 29, Harrodsburg, six counts of theft by deception less than $500, 30 days on each count, consecutively, credit for 11 days served, remaining time probated one year, restitution.
Clinton D. Smith, 25, Kings Mountain, possession of marijuana, 30 days; driving on DUI-suspended license, amended to driving on suspended license, $100, 30 days, consecutively, credit for five days served, remaining time probated one year; no or expired registration plate, dismissed.
Kacey S. Pendergraft, 20, Stanford, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, amended to second-degree disorderly conduct, $100, forfeit weapon (brass knuckles).
Johndra F. Sanders, 64, 428 Harding St., driving under the influence of intoxicants, $200, four days, license suspended 120 days.
Dustin E. Williams, 34, Harrodsburg, two counts of theft by deception less than $500, 40 days on each count, concurrently, credit for 60 days served, checks paid; two counts of contempt of court, 60 days, credit for time served.
Tiffany R. Willis, 39, Stanford, theft by unlawful taking, $200, 75 days, probated one year, restitution, banned from JCPenney; contempt of court, 10 days, consecutively, probated the same.
Christopher Wilson, public intoxication, dismissed; second-degree disorderly conduct, 11 days, credit for 11 days served; first-degree fleeing or evading police, amended to second-degree, 90 days, consecutively, probated one year; resisting arrest, dismissed.
Christopher E. Woodall, 27, Stanford, theft by unlawful taking, $200, 45 days, credit for four days served, remaining time probated one year, $25 restitution, banned from Walmart.
Amanda S. Chidester, 22, 490 Kemper Lane, disregarding traffic light, dismissed; DUI, 10 days, credit for 10 days served, license suspended 120 days.
Rhonda M. Durham, 43, Liberty, theft by unlawful taking, $200, 30 days, probated one year, $67 restitution, banned from Walmart.
Christopher Guest, Lexington, two counts of violation of protective order, 30 days on each count, consecutively, credit for 60 days served.
John D. Harris, 30, homeless, DUI, third offense, $500, 60 days, credit for 48 days served, license suspended 36 months; driving on DUI-suspended license, 60 days; third-degree possession of controlled substance, 150 days, all time consecutively, probated two years; and possession of open alcohol container in vehicle, resisting arrest and controlled substance prescription not in original container, all dismissed.
Ramona L. Leavell, 30, Stanford, DUI, $350, license suspended 18 months; leaving scene of accident or failure to render aid, 30 days; possession of marijuana, 30 days, consecutively; no insurance, continued; possession of open alcohol container in vehicle, dismissed.
Deborah F. Rasnick, 60, 505 Holladay Drive, second-degree possession of controlled substance, dismissed; third-degree possession of controlled substance, 90 days, credit for 45 days served, remaining time probated one year; controlled substance prescription not in original container, dismissed.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:
Mark Anthony Taylor vs. Willa Mae Taylor, divorce granted.
Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank vs. Charlotte Feldman, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $62,750 plus interest and fees.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS
Criminal judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:
Jesse Noe, 31, Lancaster, third-degree burglary, three years, credit for 224 days served, restitution; first-degree criminal mischief, three years; three counts of receiving stolen property less than $10,000, three years, all time concurrently, restitution.
Crockett Jones, 22, 218 Timberland Lane, first-degree sexual abuse victim under age 12, five years, credit for 258 days served.
Richard A. Baker, 43, 210 South St., first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance/cocaine, 12 years; first-degree felony offender, amended to second-degree, enhanced.
Kwyaskie Johnson, 29, 301 Hill-N-Dale Drive and 428 Russell St., four counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance/cocaine, six years on each count, concurrently, credit for 142 days served.
Charles Young, 44, Perryville, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance/cocaine, six years; two counts of second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, five years on one count and four years on the other count; first-degree unlawful transaction with a minor/controlled substance, six years, all time concurrently.
Vicki Berry, also known as Vickie Warren and Vickie Moss, 57, Junction City, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance/cocaine, seven years, credit for 176 days served.
Donnie Ray Keith, 36, 301 Hill-N-Dale Drive, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, second offense, amended to first offense, one year, credit for 176 days served.
Cassandra Stevens, 27, Junction City, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, amended to facilitation, 12 months, suspended 12 months, credit for 138 days served, two years probation; contempt of court, merged.
Jamin D. McDade, Science Hill, six counts of first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, amended to second-degree, three years on each count, concurrently, but consecutively with Pulaski County time.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include:
Connie Lee Beasley, 37, Direct Care staff, and Robert Martin Shrout, 35, team member, both of Perryville.
Adrienne Laine Shelton, 25, project assistance, and John Paul Bodner, 24, IT coordinator, both of Nicholasville.
Melissa Ann Camden, 24, factory, and Johnathan Wayne Devine, 25, cleaner, both of Harrodsburg.
Hilary Ann Hines, 18, cashier, Indiana, and Robert Keith Winstead, 19, Army, Stanford.

NEW DRIVERS
New driver’s licenses issued recently in Boyle County include:
Kimberly West
Ethan Robinson

CASEY

DISTRICT COURT
Cases handled recently in Casey District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.

Judge Michael Loy presiding
Tonya A. Calhoun, 37, 195 Contown Ridge Road, fourth-degree domestic assault, five days, credit for one day served, remaining time suspended one year.
Jamie Russell, 28, 309 Ky. 49, failing to send child to school, $250 fine, $150.50 fee, suspended one year.
James C. Quinn, 35, 131 Hoskins St., fourth-degree assault/child abuse, 90 days, credit for one day served.
Phillips S. Waid, 34, Yosemite, giving officer false name or address, trafficking in marijuana less than 8 ounces, third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance; possession of marijuana and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, all given 90 days, to serve 30 days, remaining time suspended two years, credit for any time served.
Tabitha Nicole Butler, 27, 63 Bee Lee Spur, second-degree disorderly conduct and third-degree criminal trespassing, five days, credit for one day served, remaining time suspended one year.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Casey Circuit Court include:
Tiffany Wesley vs. David Lee Wesley Jr., divorce granted.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS
Criminal judgments handed down in Casey Circuit Court include:
Terri Cochran, 47, 70 Amos Woodrum Road, second-degree possession of controlled substance, second offense, five years, suspended five years, credit for eight days served, five years probation, to serve an additional 90 days; third-degree possession of a controlled substance, five years; public intoxication with controlled substance, 90 days; tampering with physical evidence, five years, all time concurrently and probated the same.
Debbie Sue Thomas, 40, Ky. 90, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, pre-trial diversion granted; third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, dismissed.
William Delmar Luttrell, 36, 5763 Thomas Ridge Road, manufacturing methamphetamine, 12 years, consecutively with any other time, credit for 109 days served, forfeit items; second-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed.
Roseana Lee, 28, first-degree bail jumping, two years, consecutively to any other time.
Darrell Puckerson, Jamestown, second-degree assault, eight years, credit for 122 days served, restitution for medical expenses; first-degree criminal trespassing and first-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed.
Terry "TJ" Stephens, Russell Springs, third-degree burglary, five years, consecutively with time in any other case, restitution; two counts of second-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed; theft by unlawful taking, five years, concurrently.
Timothy Lee Hogue, Eubank, receiving stolen property less than $10,000, three years, consecutively to any other time; first-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Casey County Clerk Casey Davis include:
Karen Weaver Zimmerman, 20, homemaker, and Joseph Martin Hoover, 26, farmer, both of Liberty.
Sarah Elizabeth Austin, 25, student, and William Howard Lucas, 36, transportation engineer, both of Liberty.
Brittany Nicole Mills, 20, sales associate, and Casey Logan Weddle, 20, Owens Construction, both of Liberty.

NEW DRIVERS
New driver’s licenses issued recently in Casey County include:
Faith Head

GARRARD

DISTRICT COURT
Cases handled recently in Garrard District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.

Judge Bill Oliver presiding
James T. Crowe, 19, 186 Highland Ave., possession of marijuana, $100, 30 days, probated two years.
Amy Susan Lay, fourth-degree assault, $100.
Delinda R. Brown, 140 Cardinal Circle, theft by deception less than $500, fees and $39.86 restitution.
Billy Hendrickson, 263 Cardinal Circle and 9268 Lexington Road, three counts of theft by deception less than $500, fees and restitutions of $14.60, $15.74 and $25.
Rose Berry, 33, 68 Herrington Way, theft by deception less than $500, fees and $40 restitution.
Michael Todd Gribbins, 38, 180 Kennedy Bridge Road, possession of marijuana, merged; possession of drug paraphernalia, $100, 30 days, probated two years.

GRAND JURY
Cases referred to the Garrard County grand jury recently include:
Jason Turner, 25, 219 Richmond St., receiving stolen property less than $10,000, sent to the grand jury; and third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief and third-degree criminal mischief, all discharged.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Garrard Circuit Court include:
Vanderbilt Mortgage & Finance Inc. vs. Priscilla Flynn, default judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $88,622 plus interest and fees.
Thomas D. Carmack vs. Desia A. Carmack, divorce granted.
Midland Funding LLC vs. Wanda Matthews, default judgment for plaintiff, $5,837 plus interest and fees.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Garrard County Clerk Stacy May include:
Jamie Ann Lawrence, 31, child care, and Terry Wayne Noe, 36, train wrecker, both of Lancaster.
Jessica Nicole Garrett, 23, receptionist, and Jason Nathaniel Barker, 26, operations manager, both of Lancaster.

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