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Public records for the week of March 12

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Sheriff Arrests

Christina Suff, FTP, FTC, arrested by Rick Nelson on March 6.

EPD Arrests

Gary Myers of Bedford, arrested March 9, by Officer Kemper on Main Street and charged with 4th degree assault domestic violence, minor injury.

Christopher Shouse, of Shelbyville, arrested March 7, by Officer Hamilton on Elm Street and charged with operating on a suspended/revoked operators license; 2nd degree criminal mischief; reckless driving; 1st degree fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle; DUI first offense, aggravated; 1st degree wanton endangerment; failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance/security 1st offense; leaving the scene of an accident, fail to render aid or assist with death or serious physical injury.

Billy Hayden,of Eminence, arrested on March 9, by Officer Parham on Lou Avenue and charged with one headlight; no tail lamps; DUI, 1st offense

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KSP Arrests

Lloyd Greer, 31, of Sanders arrested on March 5 by Trooper Stucker on Pendleton Road, Sulphur, and charged with theft by failure to make required disposition of property.

Samantha L. Woods, 25, of La Grange arrested on March 7 by Trooper Brewer on Mt. Olivet Road, Pendleton, and charged with possession of a controlled substance 1st-meth; possession of a controlled substance-heroin; possession of drug paraphernalia; execution of a six bench warrant for another agency.

Charles W. Phillips, 42, of Pleasureville arrested on March 7 by Trooper Soto on Eminence Road, New Castle, and charged with DUI 1st; possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of marijuana; speeding 12 mph over the limit.

Charles L. Hamilton, 34, of Katy, Texas arrested on March 7 by Trooper Dykes on Pendleton Road, Sulphur, and charged with DUI 1st; two counts of prescription of a controlled substance not in proper container 1st; improper parking violations.

Douglas J. Allen, 26, of Ghent, was arrested on March 7 by Trooper Gonterman on Citation Lane, Campbellsburg, and charged with murder.

Patrick Savage, 20, of Louisville, was arrested on March 8 by Trooper Brewer on I-71 northbound, Campbellsburg and charged with DUI 1st-aggravated; speeding 26 mph over the limit; reckless driving; improper lane usage; failure to wear seatbelt.

Jon C. Lovorn, 38, of Shelbyville, Tenn., arrested on March 8 by Trooper Johnson on I-71 northbound, Campbellsburg and charged with carrying a concealed weapon.

Phillip D. Burba Jr., 41, of Eminence, arrested on March 8 by Trooper Stucker on Castle Highway, Eminence and charged with fourth degree assault domestic violence, minor injury.

David W. Pipes, 33, of Shelbyville, was arrested on March 8 by Trooper Dykes on Carmon Road, Campbellsburg and charged with execution of a bench warrant from another agency.

Grand Jury Indictments

Brandon Price, 21, indicted for count I: manufacturing methamphetamine, a class B felony, which carries a sentence of at least 10 years but no more than 20 years. Count II: unlawful possession of a methamphetamine precursor, a class D felony, which carries a sentence of at least one, but not more than five years. Count 3: hindering prosecution or apprehension, a class A misdemeanor. Count 4: illegal use or possession of paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor. Count 5: possession of marijuana, a class B misdemeanor.

On or about June 11, 2013, in Henry County defendants Keegan Berry, Brandon Price, and Zachary Quire engaged in manufacturing methamphetamine, when they knowingly and unlawfully manufactured methamphetamine or with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine they possessed two or more chemicals or two or more pieces of equipment for the manufacture of methamphetamine.

The defendants committed the offense of unlawful possession of a methamphetamine precursor-complicity when they knowingly and unlawfully possessed a drug product or combination of drug products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine or phenylpropanolamine or their salts, isomers or salts of isomers with intent to use the drug product or combination of drug products as a precursor to manufacturing methamphetamine or other controlled substance. The defendants committed illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia-complicity when they used or had in their possession with the intent to use paraphernalia to include scales and syringes.

Zachary Quire, 21, indicted for count I: manufacturing methamphetamine, a class B felony, which carries a sentence of at 10 years but no more than 20 years. Count II: unlawful possession of a methamphetamine precursor, a class D felony, which carries a sentence of at least one, but not more than five years. Count 3: hindering prosecution or apprehension, a class A misdemeanor. Count 4: illegal use or possession of paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor. Count 5: possession of marijuana, a class B misdemeanor.

Zachary Quire, 21, of Campbellsburg committed the offense of hindering prosecution or apprehension in the second degree by rendering assistance to Brandon Price who he knew was being sought in connection with the commission of criminal offense with the intent to hinder apprehension, prosecution, conviction or punishment of such person.

Andrew Millanti, 32, of Campbellsburg, indicted for possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1st offense, a class D felony, which carries a minimum sentence of one year, but not more than five years. Count II: possession of drug paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor. Count III: operating motor vehicle under influence of drugs or alcohol, a class B misdemeanor and traffic violations for failure to notify address change to the DOT and improper use of left lane.

On or about Jan. 3, 2014, Millanti knowingly possessed heroin a schedule I narcotic, Kentucky State Police Trooper Patrick Stucker observed Millanti, traveling at a high rate of speed on I-71. Millanti, held the fast lane without passing anyone and was making a lot of movement in the vehicle and was swerving in lane.

Stucker stopped the vehicle and observed Millanti was nervous while speaking to him. According to Stucker’s report, Millanti had slurred speech, blood shot eyes, constricted pupils and slow speech.

Millanti told Stucker he had been charged with possession of cocaine before and had other charges.

Stucker asked to search the vehicle and Millanti consented. Stucker found a plastic baggy in the right small pocket of Millanti’s pants. The subject stated the substance was heroin and that he had a problem. The subject stated he did two lines of heroin around 2:30 p.m. that day. Millanti, said he bought the heroin in Louisville while working at UofL. The subject had two more baggies in his wallet with a residue. Stucker requested a urine test and but Millanti could not comply after four attempts.

Bryon Koenig, 35, of Campbellsburg, was indicted for count I: possession of a controlled substance 1st degree, 1st offense, a class D felony, which carries a minimum sentence of one year, but does not exceed five years. Count II: possession of drug paraphernalia, a class A misdemeanor. Count III: operating motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs, a class B misdemeanor. Count IV: failure to notify address change to DOT, a class B misdemeanor. Count V: failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security first offense, a class B misdemeanor. Count VI: no/expired KY registration receipt. On or about Dec. 8, 2013, Kentucky State Trooper Stucker observed Koenig pulling out of the Dollar Store on Main Street in Campbellsburg at approximately 9:46 p.m. with a flat tire. Stucker stopped the vehicle and Koenig got out.

According to his report, Koenig had slurred speech and constricted pupils. After conducting the modified Romberg test, Stucker said Koenig opened his eyes at 21 seconds. After conducting a lack of convergence test, Koenig could not cross his eyes.

Stucker conducted a search and found a plastic baggy with a white residue and Koenig stated it was meth and he had a problem with meth. Koenig stated Stucker would find traces of meth and pot in his system.

Christopher Corbett, 33, of Shelbyville was indicted for flagrant nonsupport, a class D felony, which carries a minimum sentence of one year not to exceed five years. On or about May 15, 2012, to Feb. 28, 2014, Corbett committed the offense of flagrant nonsupport when, according to the indictment, he persistently failed to provide support , which he could reasonably provide and which he knew he had a duty to provide a minor. The failure resulted in an arrearage of not less than $1,000.

Charles Crawford, 44, of Simpsonville was indicted for manufacturing methamphetamine, a class B, felony, which carries a minimum sentence of 10 years, but not to exceed 20 years. Count II: possession of meth precursor, a class D felony, which carries a minimum sentence of one year, but not to exceed five years. Count III: cultivation of marijuana five or more plants, 1st offense, a class D felony. Count IV: possession of firearm by convicted felon, a class D felony. Count V: possession of a controlled substance, a class D felony. Count VI: possession of drug paraphernalia, class A misdemeanor.

On or about Sept. 23, 2012, Kentucky State Trooper Whalen conducted a knock and talk at Crawford’s residence due to report of a drug activity. Crawford said he had marijuana growing outside in a flowerpot on the back deck. According to the report, Crawford showed Whalen five plants. Whalen requested a search and Crawford consented.

In the report, Whalen wrote that Crawford, “Walked me around the house and showed me the items he and others were using to manufacture meth. Subject had cut batteries, Liquid Fire, starter fluid, Coleman fluid, coffee filters and a coffee grinder with ephedrine pills crushed inside.”

Crawford stated to the trooper that he had been manufacturing meth and burnt his right eyebrow off about two weeks ago. Subject was manufacturing in the bedroom in back of house where a .22 caliber rifle was found.

Brett Smith, 36, of Fisherville, was indicted for 1st degree sodomy, a class A felony, which carries a minimum sentence of 20 years or more. Count II, III and IV: 1st degree sexual abuse, a class C felony, which carries a minimum sentence of five years not to exceed 10 years.

On or about July 1, 2012, to Nov. 30, 2012, Smith allegedly engaged in deviant sexual intercourse with a victim less than 12 years old.

Scott Crawford, 42, of Simpsonville indicted for Count I: 2nd degree burglary, a class C felony, which carries a minimum sentence of five years not to exceed ten years. Count II: 2nd degree assault.

According to the indictment and a report from Kentucky State Trooper Brewer, Crawford lived in James Burress residence on Manor Drive in La Grange.

Brewer, went to the residence on an assault complaint. After an interview, Brewer ascertained that Crawford unlawfully entered the residence and assaulted the victim with his fist and a Louisville Slugger aluminum baseball bat. Burress was transported to the hospital in La Grange and had sustained several contusions to the face, a 2 -inch laceration to the back of the head and contusions on his leg. Crawford had left residence before Brewer arrived.

Laura Susanne Pike, 39, of Fisherville, was indicted for two counts of incest, a class A felony, which carries a minimum sentence of 20 years or more; two counts of sodomy in the 1st degree, a class A felony. On or about July 1, 2012, to Nov. 30, 2012, Pike allegedly engaged in deviant sexual intercourse with a victim less than 12 years old.

Terrel L. Watters, 19, of Louisville, was indicted for count I: receiving stolen property under $10,000, a class D felony, which carries a minimum one-year sentence not to exceed five years. Count II: fleeing or evading police in the 1st degree, a class D felony. Count III: wanton endangerment in the 1st degree, a class D felony. Count IV: criminal mischief in the 1st degree, class D felony. Counts V-VI: unlawful transaction with a minor, 2nd degree, class D felonies. Count VII: reckless driving.

On or about Dec. 29, 2013, Watters received, retained or disposed of movable property of another, namely a 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Z34 belonging to Darlene Rowlett. Watters committed wanton endangerment 1st degree. When he, according to the indictment, manifestly endangered extreme indifference to human life while leading unit u-822 on a vehicle pursuit at speeds up to 105 mph in a 55 mph zone.

According to Kentucky State Trooper Mitch Hazelett’s report, Watters fled via the stolen vehicle for approximately 16 miles for 12 minutes and eventually crashed and then led troopers on approximately a 45-minute foot pursuit after fleeing the stolen vehicle. During pursuit, Watters drove in blind curves at extremely unsafe speeds and completely crossing double yellow line causing several vehicles to exit the road way due to his actions. Watters is charged with unlawful transactions with two minors when he engaged them in a felony vehicle pursuit and then led them in a felony pursuit causing one to be apprehended on scene.

Marriages

Jacqueline Barnes, 25, of Campbellsburg, to Kyle Wilson,28, of Campbellsburg.

Whitney Simpson,27, of Pendleton, to Gregory Calhoun, 49, of Pendleton.

Divorces

Ronald Dean Baugh,76, Pleasureville, Alice Goodrich, 74, Pleasureville.

George Moore, 64, Pleasureville, Mary Booth, Pleasureville, 58.

Stanford Dixie, 58, Eminence, Maria Delcarmen, 54, Dallas.

Fernando Venegas, 32, Eminence, Michele Armstrong, 37, Eminence.

Property Transfers

Eric J. Gaddis, Sr.; Mattie M. Gaddis; and Wells Fargo Bank, by and through Joseph Yates, Master Commissioner, New Castle, to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, c/o Michaelson Connor and Boul, Oklahoma, 311 Melodye Lane, Campbellsburg, $52,000.

Pamela Robards, Eminence, to Christopher and Lora Mullins, Eminence, Lot #54 of Mulberry Acres Subdivision $86,500.

Travis and Sarah Buchanan, Eminence, to Timothy and Victoria Wilson, New Castle, 116 Allan Street New Castle, $116,500.

Quail Run, LLC., Shelbyville, to B&B Porter Enterprises, LLC. Shelbyville, Lot #6 Quail Run Subdivision $27,900.

Larry Pluck Jr., Bank of America, FKA Countrywide Home Loans, by and through Joseph Yates, Master Commissioner, to Christiana Trust, a division of Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Colorado, 2422 Jackson Road, Eminence, $30,000.

Bobbye Sharp, Pleasureville, to Gweneth Sharp, Pleasureville, a tract of land lying on the waters of Six Mile Creek, with love affection. Fair market value $202,500.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Washington D.C., by and through the Federal Housing Commissioner, Georgia to George Foree, Louisville, being Lot #43 of the Pollitt Farm Division, $14,000.

Vernon and Robin Smith, Mississippi, to Mary Ward, Sulphur, property on the north side of KY 157 $119,000.

Homestead Nursing Center of New Castle, to Kentucky NH Properties, LLC., Illinois, property formally known as Homestead Nursing Center of New Castle, Ky. Transition, LLC.Tract 1 known as the consolidation plan for assisted living and Tract 2 known as Tract E of the consolidation plan of Assisted living $3,160,000.

Homestad Nursing Center of New Castle, Ky., LLC, formerly known as Homestead Nursing Center of New Castle, Kentucky Transition, LLC to Kentukcy NH properties, LLC $1,590,000. Remaining Tract E on the consolidation plan for assisted living.

Charles Sanford; Hudson & Keyse LLC; JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association sucessor by merger to Chase Home Finance LLC, by and through Joseph Yates, Master Commissioner, New Castle, to JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association, Ohio, 3102 Sunnyside Road, Smithfield, $46,667.

Walter and Shirley Wilkening, South Carolina, to Aron and Amanda Dees, La Grange, Tract #125 L’Esprit, an Arabian Community, $680,000.

Robert and Rebecca Bush, Campbellsburg, to Commonwealth of Kentucky for the benefit of the Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways, property along KY 574 $92,500.