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News of Record - June 26, 2019

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Court Briefs

Christina Bennett was arraigned on one count of theft by deception under $500.

Jordan Khristopher Burns was arraigned on one count of no/expired registration plates.

Haylee Choate was arraigned on one count of second degree hindering prosecution or apprehension.

Alexander Lee Hammond was arraigned on one count of operating on a suspended or revoked operators license and one count of failure of non owner operator to maintain required insurance.

Teresa K. Highbaugh was arraigned on one count of theft by deception under $10,000.

Keith Bryon Hollie was arraigned on one count of speeding over 26 mph and one count of operating on a suspended or revoked operators license.

Zachary Chad Kniss was arraigned on one count of operating a motor vehicle under the influence.

Daniel Timothy Leathers was arraigned on one count of no/expired registration plates and one count of no/expired Kentucky registration receipt.

Linda Lopez was arraigned on one count of failure to register transfer of motor vehicle.

Miguel A. Martinez was arraigned on one count of no/expired registration plates, one count of failure of non owner operator to maintain required insurance, and one count of no operators/moped license.

Damarcus Lee McCray was arraigned on one count of possession of Marijuana and one count of buying or possessing drug paraphernalia.

Faith Elizabeth Oakley was arraigned on one count of speeding over 26 mph.

Angelia Ray was arraigned on one count of second degree official misconduct.

Kaci Layne Reynolds was arraigned on one count of failure to wear seatbelts, one count of booster seat violations, one count of no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, one count of no/expired registration plates, and one count of failure of owner to maintain required insurance.

Sandra Gaye Reynolds was arraigned on one count of improper start from parked position and one count of excessive windshield/window tinting.

Natiaha N. Sigurbjartsson was arraigned on one count of no/expired registration plates and one count of no/expired Kentucky registration receipt.

Jason Dwayne Stivers was arraigned on one count of no/expired registration plates, one count of no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, and one count of failure of owner to maintain required insurance.

Uriah Mackenzie Stone was arraigned on one count of speeding over 26 mph.

Joseph Willett was arraigned on one count of public intoxication controlled substance.

Levi Brandon Cecil was arraigned on one count of third degree burglary.

Kirsten G. Cohen completed her diversion and the case was dismissed.  

 

Jail log

Dylan Arivett, 31, of Hodgenville lodged for fourth degree assault and was later released from LCDC.

Charles Burden, 24, of Sonora lodged for court ordered appearance, receiving stolen property under $10,000, and first degree criminal mischief and was later released from LCDC.

Raymond Dupin, 44, of Radcliff, Kentucky lodged for court ordered appearance. He remains lodged at LCDC.

Allison Harris, 20, of Hardyville, Kentucky lodged for first degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and was later released from LCDC.

Kristina Marie Hubbell, 42, of Campbellsville, Kentucky lodged for second degree criminal trespassing and was later released from LCDC.

Austin D. McClain, 23, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky lodged for 2 counts of non payment of court costs/fees/fines, 2 counts of failure to appear, alcohol intoxication in a public place, possession of Marijuana, and first degree criminal mischief. He remains lodged at LCDC.

Michael Nevins, 48, of Hodgenville lodged for first degree possession of a controlled substance and buying or possessing drug paraphernalia and was later released from LCDC.

Ronald W. Newton, 48, of New Haven lodged for court ordered appearance and was later released from LCDC.

Jesse J. Puckett, 22, of Buffalo lodged for receiving stolen property and was later released from LCDC.

Jose Sanchez, 34, of Louisville, Kentucky lodged for no registration plates, no registration receipt, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, giving officer false identifying information, and operating on a suspended or revoked operators license and was later released from LCDC.

Oscar Silva-Ovalle, 34, of Louisville, Kentucky lodged for giving an officer false identifying material and display or possession of a cancelled or fictitious operators license and was later released from LCDC.

Nicholas David Turner, 32, of Marion, Indiana lodged for second degree criminal trespassing and was later released from LCDC.

Miguel Vasquez, 25, of Louisville, Kentucky lodged for giving an officer false identifying information and display or possession of a cancelled or fictitious operators license and was later released from LCDC.  

 

Property Transfers

Roxann Milby to Benjamin M. Wathen. Lot 9 of the Ricky Ray Clopton Agricultural Division. $18,599.07.

Stephen K. Clyde and Sue Ann Clyde to Roger J. Stradley and Ann Stradley. 446 Strange Road, Hodgenvile. $98,000.

W. Douglas Reed and Donna K. Reed to Danielle M. Fancher. Lot 2B of Wojciechowski Agricultural Farm Division. $7,000.

Joanne Higdon to Augustus Cole Holt. A tract of land located at the West intersection of Plouvier Road and Cannon Lane in LaRue County. $7,500.

Lakeside Farm LLC. to Ellen D. S. Larson and Kevin D. Larson. Tract 1 of the Lakeside Farms LLC. Agricultural Division. $200,000.

Mabel Avenell Wathen to Christopher James Grimes and Jeremy Gordon Grimes. A tract of land consisting of 48 acres located approximately 1 mile from Hodgenville on Hodgenville and Glendale Road. No monetary consideration.

Anthony Fitts to Anthony Fitts and Sharon A. Carter. 1453 Bardstown Road, Hodgenville. No monetary consideration.

David Whitlock, Executor of the Estate of Theresa Lynn McDowell, to Logan M. Ballard. 317 College Street, Buffalo. $147,400.

Terry W. Lafollette to Terry D. Lafollette and Sandy Lafollette. A small tract of land located west of Kentucky Highway 583 in LaRue County. No monetary consideration.

Ronald D. Mather and Beth Ann Mather and Moonlight Properties to the Lincoln Museum Inc. A parcel of land forming a portion of the right of way of the predecessor of the Paducah and Louisville Railway. No monetary value.