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A much needed Patch…
The Louisa City Street Crew began cold patching potholes in different areas of the city Wednesday but unfortunately rain and cold temps stopped them after one day. Officials say they plan to resume as soon as the weather permits.
“ We know its a temporary fix but hopefully it will bring much needed relief to some of the worst areas” Harold Slone Mayor of Louisa said today. “ For various reasons the previous administration wasn’t able to get some planned resurfacing accomplished before bad weather began last fall. By the time I took office it was dead of winter so our only alternative was to find someone in the state still making cold patch asphalt material and that's what we did” Slone added.
Slone managed to get a load in Harrodsburg, Ky so that some of the worst places could get a temporary fix. The Mayor would like to thank the Water Department that traveled to get asphalt for us with their dump truck, the street guys who worked around the cold temps, and of course the support of city council.
“This was a joint effort from everyone at the city and a good foundation for hopefully many projects that lie ahead of us. As I stated at the first meeting, we are all on the same team here and if we work as a team we can see progress”.
Council member arrested by city police;
January 9, 2015
Charles Marcum, 40, of Louisa was arrested on January 5, 2015 .2 miles South of Louisa on Third Street and charged with Receiving Stolen Property (Firearm) and Illegal Possession of a Legend Drug.
Lawrence County Sheriff's Deputy Mason Keefer served Marcum with a Warrant of Arrest. The Marcum pawned a stolen Firearm (Marlin 22) at G&R Pawn. Subject was living with the victim Tommy Mckinney at the time of the theft. Marcum admitted to taking and selling the Firearm. Upon searching for weapons Deputy Keefer found three pills marked ZE/71 in subject's left front pocket. Poison Control identified them as Neurontin which was what subject had said they were.
Thomas Parker, 66, of Louisa was arrested on January 3, 2015 4 miles South of Louisa on Ky 3 South and charged with Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place 1st and 2nd Offense.
Lawrence County Sheriff's Deputy Dwayne Bowen drove up on a single vehicle collision where Mr. Parker was a passenger. He had a extremely strong smell of Alcoholic Beverage and was unsteady on his feet. Subject was manifestly under the influence and was afraid to let him walk home due to dangers of oncoming traffic.
Jackie Cook, 29, of Huntington, WV was arrested on January 3, 2015 4 miles South of Louisa on Ky 3 South and charged with Operating Motor Vehicle under the influence of Alcohol/Drugs etc. .08 and No Operators.
Lawrence County Sheriff's Deputy Dwayne Bowen drove up on a single vehicle MVA on 3 South actively trying to drive out of the ditch. When Deputy Bowen walked up to the vehicle subject was getting out of the vehicle. She said she was trying to get out of the ditch but she said she wasn't driving. Cook had a extremely strong odor of Alcoholic Beverage and admitted to drinking at the bar in WV. Subject failed all SFST. Subject stated that she had never had a operator's license and only had a I.D. Officer Cordle read implied consent and she submitted to breath.
Hansel Wiley, 45, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on January 11, 2015 6 miles South of Louisa Mcclure Branch and charged with Improper Registration, No Insurance, Driving on DUI Suspended Operator License, Failure to wear Seat Belt, Possession of a Legend Drug and Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Poss
Lawrence County Sheriff Sgt Chuck Jackson responded to a Domestic Fight where above Vehicle left scene with Wiley. Sgt. Jackson made contact with Vehicle at above location. Sgt Jackson asked above operator of the vehicle for Operator's License and Vehicle Registration, Insurance. Subject presented a photo copy of Ky OL. Sgt Jackson ran Tags and OL. KSP #14 advised OL suspended for DUI 1st. Tag Number came back expired to a Volvo. Subject advised he had not Insured the Vehicle or Transfered the Title, Subject gave consent to search Vehicle where Sgt Jackson located a Syringe in the floor by the center console within reach of above subject. Also in Driver's Door Panel a plastic wrapper containing 7 yellow round pills marked with a V and K1 on reverse. Identified by Poison Control as Flexeril a Legend Drug that subject did not have a script for. Also in the Right Pocket of a black coat another Syringe was located.
January 28, 2015
Civil 15-CI-00003 SHELLY FUGITT VS. JASON FUGITT DIVORCE
15-CI-00004 COMMUNITY TRUST BANK VS. VIOLET BURKE CONTRACT
15-CI-00005 TAX EASE LIEN INVESTMENTS VS. ALEX TRIPLETTE CONTRACT
15-CI-00006 GARRICK SMITH V. SAMUEL HOWARD PROPERTY RIGHTS
15-CI-00007 TOWN SQUARE BANK VS. MARTIN WRIGHT FORECLOSURE
15-CI-00008 MARY ALLEN VS. PHILLIP ALLEN CUSTODY CHILD SUPPORT AND TUITION
15-CI-00009 ANTHONY CHILDERS VS. ELISSA CHILDERS DIVORCE
15-CI-00010 NEDESTA CORNWELL VS. JOEY CLAY CHILD AND MEDICAL
THELMA LYCAN, JOSEPH CHAPMAN AND PEGGY CHAPMAN TO BOBBY AND KRISSA ROBERTS FOR THE SUM OF $5000 TRACT OF LAND IN LAWRENCE COUNTY ON HWY 2037.
MICHELLE CHADDIN TO JERRY AND KATHLEEN PATRICK FOR THE SUM OF $5000 A PARCEL OF LAND ON THE WATERS OF CATTS CREEK OF BIG BLAINE CREEK ROAD.
DIANA BENNISON TO BOBBY AND CAROL WORKMAN FOR THE SUM OF $25,5000 A HOUSE AND LOT ON LOCK STREET IN LOUISA.
RONNIE AND KIMBERLY GRIFFITH TO MICHEAL AND BETHANY RAMEY FOR THE SUM OF $160,000 LOT 13-SPRING MEADOWS SUBDIVISION A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND CONTAINING 4.40 ACRES
NELSON AND BARBRA SPARKS TO DAVID MCKENZIE FOR THE SUM OF $250 FOR A 100 SQUARE FEET STRIP OF LAND ON THE WEST SIDE OF LADY WASHINGTON STREET IN LOUISA
DANNY JOE AND ASHLEY MAYNARD TO JOHN AND WANDA PREECE FOR THE SUM OF $25,000 A PARCEL OF LAND IN LAWRENCE COUNTY ABOUT ONE MILE ABOVE THE MOUTH OF GEORGES CREEK.
JOSIE HARDIN, 19, TO DAKOTA FRALEY, 21, BOTH OF LOUISA
JENNIFER HOLLEY, 21, OF FORT GAY TO AARON BOND, 20, OF LOUISA
KIRSTEN SCHWENK, 26, TO ADAM WEBB, 33, BOTH OF LOUISA
CATHY MCARTY, 60, TO EDGAR WEST, 70, BOTH OF LOUISA
MOLLY KEES, 18, OF LOUISA TO JERRY SOWARDS, 26, OF WAYNE
ANGELEAH MAYNARD, 24, TO DOUGLAS SENTERS, 39, BOTH OF LOUISA