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Public Record for July 28, 2013

July 25, 2013

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.

Judge Jeff Dotson presiding
Garrett D. Bryant, driving under the influence of intoxicants, $300, four days, license suspended 120 days; possession of open alcohol container in vehicle, dismissed.
Bradley W. Moore, 27, 224 N. Second St., theft by unlawful taking, 210 days; fourth-degree assault, $100, 30 days, consecutively, credit for nine days served, remaining time probated two years; second-degree fleeing police, 180 days, concurrently, probated two years; second-degree disorderly conduct, dismissed.
Tammy Daugherty, 40, 129 Hickory Lane, DUI, $375, 10 days, credit for one day served, license suspended 120 days.
Teri L. King, contempt of court, 30 days, consecutively with any other sentence; non-payment of fines, restitution; no insurance, dismissed; second-degree possession of controlled substance, 120 days, credit for 10 days served, remaining time probated one year; possession of marijuana, $200; possession of drug paraphernalia, $100; second-degree promoting contraband, dismissed.
Eric J. Porter, 21, Perryville, theft by unlawful taking, auto, $10,000 or more, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days, credit for two days served, remaining time probated two years.
Shaunda K. Brown, 34, 51 Shearin Ave., driving on suspended license, continued; possession of marijuana, $200.
Heather I. Coulter, 34, Stanford, theft by unlawful taking, $200, 30 days, probated one year, banned from Walmart.
Christopher A. Cox, Berea, theft by deception less than $500, 20 days, probated one year, check paid.
Ronald N. Hackerson, 25, Stanford, theft by unlawful taking, $200, 30 days; contempt of court, 10 days, consecutively, probated one year, $9.96 restitution, banned from Walmart.
Gregory G. Howell, 48, Perryville, DUI, $350, 30 days, to serve 10 days, credit for one day served, remaining time probated one year, license suspended 120 days.
Beverly A. Kindred, 41, 625 Old Shakertown Road, four counts of endangering the welfare of a minor, 90 days on each count, concurrently, credit for 19 days served, remaining time probated one year.
Leah N. Leavell, Owensboro, four counts of second-degree promoting contraband, $50 on each count, banned from any Department of Corrections property as a visitor.
Jacob T. Preston, 17, 312 Twinbrook Drive, DUI, $325, license suspended 120 days.
Ronnie L. Sexton Jr., 38, 586 Talmage-Mayo Road, first-degree wanton endangerment, amended to second-degree, dismissed; first-degree fleeing police, amended to second-degree, 365 days; third-degree criminal mischief, 30 days; theft by unlawful taking, amended to less than $500, 365 days, concurrently with each other and with state time now serving, credit for time served.
Kyle A. Stamp, Elizabethtown, DUI under age 21, amended to DUI, $200, license suspended 120 days; possession of open alcohol container in vehicle, dismissed.

Commissioner Brian Bailey presiding
Donald E. Reed, possession of salvia, $200; public intoxication with controlled substance, $150.

GRAND JURY
Cases referred to the Boyle County grand jury recently include:
Travis J. Layport, 21, 921 Count Fleet Circle, DUI, six counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, sent to the grand jury; and public intoxication, second-degree disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, continued in district court.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:
Stacey Puckett vs. Richard Puckett, divorce granted.
Unifund CCR LLC vs. Michael D. Hendricks, default judgment for plaintiff, $8,032 plus interest and fees.
Chase Home Finance vs. Ann Ford and Benjamin J. Ford, order withdrawing master commissioner sale.
Bank of America vs. Michael D. Smallwood and Rebecca I. Smallwood, order rescheduling master commissioner sale.
Danville Country Club vs. Stuart Atwood, default judgment for plaintiff, $8,837 plus interest and fees.
Asset Acceptance LLC vs. Diane H. Carey and Claude Preston, judgment for plaintiff, $7,277 plus interest and fees.
Kentucky Housing Corp. vs. Terri L. Lindsey, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $41,090.
CitiMortgage Inc. vs. West W. Johnson and Laura B. Johnson, order withdrawing master commissioner sale.
Christina D. Brown vs. Michael J. Brown, divorce granted.
Central Bank and Trust Co. vs. Tonia D. Ford, default judgment for plaintiff, $6,938 plus interest and fees.
JP Morgan Chase Bank vs. Belinda M. Thompson, default judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $45,856 plus interest and fees.
Jami Lynn Durham vs. Bradford Scott Durham, divorce granted.
Jeff Gammon vs. Kristin Viktoria Gammon, divorce granted.
Beneficial Kentucky Inc. vs. Pamela K. Huguely and Edward J. Huguely, default judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $115,989 plus interest and fees.
Eddie Joe Ball vs. Charlene Ball, divorce granted.
Teresa Kleckner vs. Bill Kleckner, divorce granted.
Luann Abbott vs. Troy M. Abbott, divorce granted.
Melissa G. Wilson vs. Mark Allen Wilson, divorce granted.
Ricky Gene Belcher vs. Linda Marie Belcher, divorce granted.
Central Bank and Trust Co. vs. Lonia D. Ford, default judgment for plaintiff, $6,938 plus interest and fees.
Kimberly Lanham vs. Jimmie Lee Lanham, divorce granted.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS
Criminal judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:
William C. Lay, 37, 35 Mock’s Creek Drive, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, opiate, amended to first-degree possession of controlled substance, pre-trial diversion granted; two counts of contempt of court, merged.
Dustin Helton, 22, 210 N. First St., order revoking probation.
Darlene T. Caywood, 43, 124 N. First Street, order revoking probation.
Bettina Preston, 33, 1013 Queen St., order voiding pre-trial diversion in 2011 case; three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, $1,000, one year on each count, to run concurrently with each other but consecutively with any other sentence.
Kevin R. Defee, 40, Harrodsburg, order revoking probation.
Andrew Miller Mull, 22, Perryville, order voiding pre-trial diversion for two cases.
Danny Travis Pike, 39, 106 Albany Ave., order revoking probation.
Kathryn Marie Alford, 33, 208 Lisa Ave., order voiding pre-trial diversion for two cases.
Kayla M. White, 22, 1010 W. Lexington Ave., order revoking probation.
Chancey T. Rainey, 33, 1004 Ky. 1273, first-degree robbery, amended to facilitation to second-degree robbery, six months, credit for 188 days served; first-degree burglary, dismissed.
Monty Bryant Jr., 47, 143 Aspen Drive, first-degree terroristic threatening, $1,000, five years.
Larry Wofford, 32, Junction City, second-degree domestic assault, amended to assault under extreme emotional distress, $1,000, one year; resisting arrest, 12 months, concurrently.
Joseph Morlock, Dry Ridge, flagrant non-support, $1,000, one year.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include:
Shaneukua Lerae Ford, 22, unemployed, and Lamont Damone Key, 21, loader, both of Danville.
Cynthia Darlene Fields, 49, DCBS supervisor, Waynesburg, and Jeffery Duane Hildebrandt, 50, regional sales manager, Harrodsburg.
Sonya Gail Pass, 42, factory, and Raymond Douglas Holt, 45, factory, both of Perryville.
Patricia Ann Logan, 63, factory, Danville, and Johnnie Pigg Jr., 70, retired, Stanford.
Connie Sue Cummins, 34, fast food, and Earl Thomas Smock, 42, welder, both of Danville.

NEW DRIVERS
New driver’s licenses issued recently in Boyle County include:
Larry Moore III
William Cocanougher
Elysse Petrie
Chanse Murphy
Nicholas Rainwater
Zachary Jeslis

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
Bryan K. Crawley, 23, Hustonville, first-degree criminal trespassing, amended to third-degree; and second-degree criminal mischief, 10 days, suspended one year, $40 restitution.
Brian Keith Huff, Russell Springs, careless driving, dismissed; driving on suspended license, $25; DUI, $755.50, license suspended 90 days.
Judy Charlene Sims, 64, Bethelridge, possession of legend drug, 15 days, suspended one year.
Dana Ruth Wilson, 36, Stanford, theft by deception less than $500, 10 days, suspended if restitution paid.
Walter Weaver, 53, second-degree disorderly conduct and menacing, 30 days, to serve two days, remaining time probated one year.
Paul Jonathan Coleman, 37, 4592 W. Ky. 70, DUI, amended to public intoxication, $205.50.
Michael Ray Lee, 61, 450 Middleburg Road, public intoxication and possession of marijuana, $355.50, 30 days, suspended one year.
Royce Bernard, 72, 405 Popplewell St., DUI, $725.50, license suspended 90 days; license to be in possession, merged.
Tammy Lynn Boyd, 44, 4159 Lower Brush Creek, theft by unlawful taking, 30 days, to serve two days, credit for nine hours served, remaining time suspended one year; no Kentucky registration, dismissed

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Casey Circuit Court include:
Midland Funding LLC vs. Dolly Benedict, summary judgment for plaintiff, $5,041 plus interest and fees.
Paige Lawhorn Brewster vs. Justin Ray Brewster, divorce granted.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS
Criminal judgments handed down in Casey Circuit Court include:
Scott Matthew Wright, Elizabethtown, order voiding pre-trial diversion.
Jack Leon Ipock, 34, order voiding pre-trial diversion.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Casey County Clerk Casey Davis include:
Patricia Nicole Kordenbrock, 21, staff management, and Anthony James Rava, 19, cashier, both of Liberty.
Candace Renee Milroy, 30, CNA, and Mickey Lee Randolph 30, laborer, both of Liberty.
Doris Ann Edens, 66, CNA, Liberty, and James Reece Edens, 65, retired, Bethelridge.
Kandis Nichole Morgan, 23, restaurant administrator, Liberty, and Christopher Douglas Young, 21, restaurant administrator, Campbellsville.
Ashley Lynn Rigney, 28, homemaker, and William Dean Rigney Jr., 31, construction, both of Liberty.
Michelle Dawn Maupin, 38, student, and Jamey H.R. Maupin, 37, self-employed, both of Liberty.

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 Janet Booth presiding
George Carrier, 64, 2830 Gillispie Pike, cultivation of five or more marijuana plants, $100, 90 days, probated two years.
Charles B. Pittman, Richmond, first-degree criminal mischief, 60 days, probated two years.
Tabatha Spencer, Lexington, driving on suspended license, amended to no license in possession, $100; DUI, $200 fine, $375 fee, license suspended 30 days; possession of open alcohol container in vehicle, merged; theft by unlawful taking, auto, amended to less than $500, 120 days, probated two years, restitution hearing continued.
Pamela L. Todd, 51, 1944 Hurt Lane, reckless driving, merged; DUI, $200 fine, $375 fee, license suspended 30 days; second-degree wanton endangerment, merged; endangering the welfare of a minor, 30 days, probated two years.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Garrard Circuit Court include:
LVNV Funding LLC vs. Crystal D. McPherson, default judgment for plaintiff, $5,009 plus interest and fees.
Bank of America vs. Angela L. Simpson and Samuel Simpson, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $184,265 plus interest and fees.
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance vs. Samuel D. Cooper and Annette L. Cooper, default judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $32,521 plus interest and fees.
PNC Bank vs. Darrell Tuggle, default judgment for plaintiff, $12,461 plus interest and fees.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Garrard County Clerk Kevin Montgomery include:
Lindsey Tamara Bowman, 23, homemaker, London, and Justin Lee Lanham, 23, factory, Paint Lick.
Teresa Kay Fugate, 34, Good Samaritan Hospital, and Thomas Matthew Ault, 32, manager, both of Lancaster.

LINCOLN

DISTRICT COURT
Cases handled recently in Lincoln 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 Janet Booth presiding
Rhonda Gill, DUI, third offense, $500 fine, 365 days, to serve 60 days, remaining time probated two years, license suspended 30 months.
Brandi N. Blackburn, Berea, DUI, $200 fine, $375 fee, four days, license suspended 30 days.
Gregory C. Kidd, 19, Waynesburg, public intoxication, $100; third-degree criminal mischief and third-degree terroristic threatening, merged.
Jennifer Luttrell, theft by deception less than $500, $50 fine and restitution.
Theodore J. Wade, 23, Danville, permitting operation of vehicle with improper registration, merged; DUI, $200 fine, $375 fee, four days, license suspended 30 days; no insurance card and failure to notify Department of Transportation of address change, merged; no seat belt, $25; second count of failure to notify DOT of address change, dismissed; no Kentucky registration and no or expired registration plate, dismissed.
Odell Smith II, Nicholasville, theft by deception less than $500, $200 fine, $100 suspended, 10 days, probated two years, restitution.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Lincoln Circuit Court include:
GMAC Mortgage LLC vs. Jerry Todd Carmickle, Dudley Hardin and Rachel D. King, order to reschedule second master commissioner sale.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Lincoln County Clerk George O. Spoonamore IV include:
Whitney Shae Christensen, 24, student, Campbellsville, and Steven Daniel King, 25, student, Hustonville.
Wanda Lynn Swiderek, 46, homemaker, and Joe Reynolds, 61, retired, both of Eubank.
Veronica Lalayne Hicks, 25, unemployed, and Justin D. Nolan, 23, unemployed, both of Stanford.
Sandra Joy Leanne Crew, 21, homemaker, Kings Mountain, and Justin Lee Patterson, 23, truck driver, Missouri.
Jamie Nichole Rayborn, 27, Bluegrass Consumer, and James Claudie Padgett, 37, Berry Plastics, both of Waynesburg.

MERCER

DISTRICT COURT
Cases handled recently in Mercer 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 Jeff Dotson presiding
Shawnee S. Crawley, second-degree complicity to hindering prosecution or apprehension, 90 days, to serve six days, credit for six days served, remaining time probated one year.
Nickolas D. Morgan, Louisville, giving officer false name or address, 20 days, credit for five days served.
Winfield Williams, DUI, costs only, seven days, credit for seven days served, license suspended 120 days.
Brenda Semones, 69, 584 Ada Drive, DUI, amended to reckless driving, $100.
Gordon Bennett, Lexington, theft by failure to make required disposition of property, amended to less than $500, 120 days, probated two years, $4,500 restitution.
Jessica H. Crawley, 24, Burgin, third-degree burglary, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days; theft by unlawful taking, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days, concurrently, credit for eight days served, remaining time probated two years, $440 restitution.
Chris Allen Dawson, 36, Danville, DUI, third offense, $500, 60 days, credit for 37 days served, license suspended 36 months; resisting arrest, tampering with physical evidence, amended to criminal attempt, dismissed.
Jose Hernandez, 25, Harrodsburg, cultivation of five or less marijuana plants, $250, 180 days, credit for six days served, remaining time probated one year.
Devonne T. Smith, 38, 366 York St., fourth-degree domestic assault, amended to menacing, 60 days, probated two years.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS
Civil judgments handed down in Mercer Circuit Court include:
Bank of New York Mellon vs. Dennis Alan Abner and Tammy Lynn Abner, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
Patricia Johnson vs. Deborah Smith, judgment for plaintiff and defendant; Johnson to receive $775; Smith to receive $250; Johnson’s insurance to pay $3,489 plus interest and fees.
HSBC Mortgage Services Inc. vs. Ralph Eugene Devine Jr., judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $72,600 plus interest and fees.
Bank of New York Mellon vs. Donna Jean Price, default judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $50,051 plus interest and fees.
Unifund CCR LLC vs. Kent Sparrow, summary judgment for plaintiff, $8,591 plus interest and fees.
Kentucky Housing Corp. vs. Leslie Jean Williams, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $66,502 plus interest and fees.
Household Finance Corp. vs. Judy Dailey and Frank L. Dailey, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $71,175 plus interest and fees.
JP Morgan Chase Bank vs. Jessica McKinney and Michael Brandon McKinney, default judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $91,748 plus interest and fees.
Bank of America vs. Daniel L. Swarts, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $102,328 plus interest and fees.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS
Criminal judgments handed down in Mercer Circuit Court include:
Christa Smith, 32, Harrodsburg, order revoking probation.
James B. Whitehouse, 29, 167 Franks Court, manufacturing meth, amended to unlawful possession of meth precursor, four years; two counts of contempt of court, merged.
Jonathan Allen Tate, 20, Salvisa, order voiding pre-trial diversion.
Patrick Joseph Atwell, 39, 4640 Cornishville Road, manufacturing meth, amended to unlawful possession of meth precursor, four years, consecutively with other sentence; two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, five years on each count, concurrently; contempt of court, merged.
John Adkisson, Vine Grove, flagrant non-support, two years.
Teresa Lewis, 38, 114 N. Main St., first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, two years, suspended two years, five years probation; possession of drug paraphernalia, 12 months, concurrently, suspended 12 months, probated the same; contempt of court, dismissed.
Carlos L. Devine, 56, 315 James St., receiving stolen property less than $10,000, amended to facilitation, 12 months, suspended 12 months, credit for 14 days served.
Cassey Tidwell, 26, Danville, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, meth, two years; contempt of court, merged.

MARRIAGE LICENSES
Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Mercer County Clerk Chris Horn include:
Jodi Kaye Adams, 23, Anderson County Courthouse, Lawrenceburg, and Larry Lane Hume, 23, Hitachi, Harrodsburg.
Diana Ashley Tufts, 19, student, Ohio, and Shane Henry McKenney, 21, student, Harrodsburg.
Valerie Dawn Gibbs, 23, student, and Eric Clay Bottoms, 25, firefighter, EMT, both of Harrodsburg.
Emily Ann Phelps, 27, hairdresser, and Joseph Lee Osborne, 25, student, both of Harrodsburg.

BANKRUPTCIES

Cases filed recently in U.S. Bankruptcy Court include the following:
LEXINGTON
Chapter 7
Michael Lynn Emerson, 2231 Louisville Road, Harrodsburg, 13-51761.
Timothy Wayne Moore, 816 Vinson Road, Danville, 13-51779.
Mark Anthony Brumett and Lori Michelle Brumett, 1670 Rocky Hollow Road, Waynesburg, 13-51785.
Richard A. Fowler and Marie S. Fowler, 206 Beams Drive, Harrodsburg, 13-51790.
Lee Allen Slaven Jr. and Beatrice Leona Slaven, 108 McKinney Court, Stanford, 13-51792.
Johnnie M. Conley Jr., 1145 Carman Lane, Stanford, 13-51795.

BOWLING GREEN
Chapter 7
Christopher Fair, 3240 W. Ky. 70, Liberty, 13-10883.
Miranda Hines, 1422 Henson Ridge Road, Liberty, 13-10889.
Chapter 13
Troy D. Glover and Patricia G. Glover, 535 Glover Cemetery Road, Elk Horn, 13-10878.

Chapter 7: Court-appointed trustee sells assets, and debtor is discharged of debt.
Chapter 13: Debtor arranges to repay debt.

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