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Public Records for the week of Sept. 7, 2011

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Divorces

William Dennis Garrison, 47, Louisville, and Mary Josetta Cecil, 46, Eminence.

Property Transfers

Gordon and Carole Hunt, La Grange, to Michael and Jennifer Cole, Turners Station. 1/2 interest in property in Henry County; Fair market value is $24,000.

Roger L. Bihl, Sparta, to the Henry County Public School district, New Castle. Property in Henry County; $30,000.

Bobby Couch, Carrollton, to Harry Charles Hartley, Carrollton; fair market value is $32,000 for two parcels.

Paula M. Scholfield, Greenville, Ala., to Thomas E. and Debbie Jackson, Campbellsburg. Tract No. 5 of the Roberts Farm; $160,000.

Lowell F. and Dorothy R. Coates, co-executors of the estate of Nell Rose Coates, La Grange, to Dorothy R. Coates; Kimberly Coates Smith; and Lowell Eric Coates, La Grange. Property in Henry County; Fair cash value is $347,000.

Sheriff’s Dept arrests

Mattie A. Noble, FTAx2, arrested by Rick Nelson on 9/2.

Chasity Holcomb, FTA, arrested by Rick Nelson on 9/2.

James W. Cox, FTA, arrested by Danny Stivers on 9/6.

Phillip G. Cole, FTA, arrested by Rick Nelson on 9/6.

Gregory C. Brown, FTA, arrested by Rick Nelson on 9/7.

EPD Arrests

Mark E. Johnson of Pleasureville was arrested on Lakeview Circle on 9/8 by Major Kemper and charged with reckless driving; and no/expired registration plates.

Timothy D. Berry of Turners Station was arrested on Elm Street on 9/10 by Officer Parham and charged with improper registration plate; failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, 1st offense; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, 1st offense; operating on a suspended/revoked operators license; no tail lamps; and careless driving.

William L. Fugate of Covington was arrested on Maple Avenue on 9/10 by Officer Wilson and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, aggravator, 2nd offense; reckless driving; operating on a suspended/revoked license; possession of an open alcohol beverage container; 1st degree fleeing or evading police (motor vehicle); and unauthorized use of motor vehicle, 1st offense.

Abner N. Sanchez of Shelbyville was arrested on Eminence Road on 9/10 by Officer Parham and charged with operating on a suspended/revoked operators license; and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, aggravator, 2nd offense.

KSP Arrests

James M. Brammell, 25, of New Castle was arrested on Cedar Street in New Castle on 9/6 by Trooper Arterburn and charged with 4th degree assault.

Clay J. Couch, 50, of Worthville was arrested on Port Royal Road in Port Royal on 9/7 by Trooper C. Johnson and served with a warrant for another agency.

Kimberly Evans, 27, of Turners Station was arrested on U.S. 421 at KY 22 in Eminence on 9/11 by Trooper Noble and charged with DUI, no insurance and no seat belt.

Charles Aebersold Jr., 34, of Crestwood, was arrested on U.S. 421 at KY 22 in Eminence on 9/11 by Trooper Arterburn and charged with DUI 1st offense.

Timothy Z. Dodd, 18, of Pleasureville was arrested on Castle Highway in Pleasureville on 9/11 by Trooper Moore and charged with 4th degree assault; and wanton endangerment.

Danial E. Granger, 39, of Shepherdsville was arrested on I-71 northbound at the 38 mile-marker by Trooper Moore and charged with DUI; careless driving; and possession of an open aclohol beverage container in a motor vehicle.

District Court

Traffic
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Judge Jerry D. Crosby II

Michael J. Hall Jr., 1991, charge from 2/6: operating on suspended/revoked operators license, amended to license to be in possession. Defendant in jail, to be released, continued to 9/12.

Barbara N. Kimberl, 1987, charge from 5/10: operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, aggravator, 1st offense, BAC was .191, recall DOT.

Joshua L. Holcomb, 1991, charges from 7/13: operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, under 21 years of age, BAC was .031; failure to wear seat belts; possess open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle. Proof shown.

Christopher C. Reymann, 1959, charges from 8/6: failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, 1st offense; no/expired registration plates. DM.

Ned E. Davis, 1959, charge from 8/18/03: operating on suspended/revoked operators license, amended and plead guilty to no license in possession, costs $143, SCH 11/30, recall DOT.

Shawnya L. Tarter, 1978, charge from 4/21: operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, aggravator, 1st offense, guilty, fines and costs $718, SCH 12/28, ADE for 1st offenders, SCH 10/19, 60-day suspension, 4 days in jail or 8 days HIP, credit for 1 day.

Christopher J. Hall, 1982, charges from 5/5: reckless driving, DM; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, 1st offense, BAC was .148, guilty, fines and costs $718, apply $300 bond, pay today, ADE for 1st offenders, proof shown, 30-day suspension; residence not to use license of other states, DM.

Monica Renee Marcum, 1969, charges from 7/15: operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, aggravator, 1st offense, amended to nonaggravator; failure to notify address change to DOT. FTA, issue BW, no bond, violation of conditions and FTA.

Adam Arizona Lemay, 1976, charge from 8/3: operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, BAC .08, 2nd offense, BAC was .136, defendant was taken to University of Louisville on a Mental Inquest Warrant and is still in their care, PH 10/10.

Bryan S. Johnson, 1991, charges from 3/26/10: speeding 26 or more over; failure to wear seat belts. Recall BW and DOT.

Felonies
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Judge Jerry D. Crosby II

Ben D. Hancock, 1979, charge from 8/4: 1st degree criminal mischief, PH 10/10, 20-day waiver.

Adam Arizona Lemay, 1976, charge from 8/3: 1st degree criminal mischief, defendant was taken to University of Louisville on a mental inquest warrant and is still in their care, PH 10/10.

Michael J. Hall Jr., 1991, charge from 8/30: 2nd degree burglary, not guilty, probable cause found, referred to Henry County Grand Jury.

Richard John Bibro, 1967, charge from 7/12/07: 2nd degree assault, amended to 4th degree assault, domestic violence, no visible injury on 10/22/07, amended to 4th degree assault, no visible injury, contempt hearing, revocation hearing 9/19.

Hugo Gonzalez Araiza, 1977, charge from 8/4: make false statement to obtain increase of benefit over $100, bonded out.

Misdemeanors
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Judge Jerry D. Crosby II

Priscilla G. Netherton, 1955, charges from 11/30/10: 2 counts of TBD, including cold checks under $500, paid $10, continued to 9/21.

Chasity G. Holcomb, 1978, charges from 8/8: 5 counts of TBD including cold checks under $500, guilty, restitution, fees and costs, $1,888, apply bond and refund balance.

Michael J. Hall Jr., 1991, charge from 8/30: 3rd degree criminal mischief, not guilty, probable cause found, refer to Henry County grand jury.

Damon D. Turner, 1978, charge from 8/16: violation of KY EPO/DVO, apply bond, refund balance, remand 10/19.

John Leonard Carroll, 1969, charge from 5/5/01: 4th degree aggravated assault, expungement order. Charge from 5/20/01: contempt of court: expungement order.

Johnathan A. Rice, 1985, charge from 8/24: 4th degree assault, domestic violence, minor injury, not guilty, remand, continued to 9/26.

James M. Brammell, 1986, charge from 9/6; 4th degree assault, domestic violence, minor injury, not guilty, continued to 9/12.

Violations
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Judge Jerry D. Crosby II

Joe Dixie, 1980, charge from 6/4; local city ordinance, DM w/out prejudice, defendant in prison.

Small claims
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Judge Jerry D. Crosby II

Citibank South Dakota v. Kathryn Shields, default judgment previously signed.

Winterwood Inc., v. Rhonda Howard, trial held, under submission.

Ray DeVary et al v. Greg Brown, defendant admits forcible detainer, judgment for plaintiff.

Probate
Wednesday, Sept. 7
Judge Jerry D. Crosby II


Estate of Eloise Lyons, admit will as proven by witness testimony, executor under will appointed and sworn.
Estate of Rebecca B. Shell, will proven by witness testimony, fiduciary appointed and sworn.