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Lawrence County Sheriff's arrest report

David DanielsDavid DanielsDavid Daniels, 38, of Louisa was arrested October 28 at Pathways for Trafficking In Legend Drugs 1st Offense and Tampering with Physical Evidence.

Chief Deputy Wheeler responded to Pathways in reference to a male and female trading pill bottles. The call gave description of vehicles and remained anonymous. Upon arrival Wheeler located vehicle and Daniels along with female. Daniels said that he had gave the female some mild nerve pills that he didn't need. There were 13 Buspirone 7 and 38 Venlafaine 37.5. These were in Daniels pill bottles and in possession of the female. Female stated that Daniels offered to bring them to her. After speaking with another female on scene Wheeler found out that Daniels told the female he gave the pills to that she needed to hide them and that Wheeler was looking for them. Female did hide the pills. Deputy Keefer and Sargent  Wilburn were witness.

Trisha BurnsTrisha BurnsTresha Burns, 49, of Huntington WV was arrested October 24 at Fallsburg Haunted House for Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place 1st Offense.

Deputy Keefer received a call that an intoxicated female was causing problems at the Haunted House. Burns was told multiple times to go to her vehicle. She continued to exit the vehicle and causing problems. It was reported that Burns was cursing at the people selling tickets. Upon arrival she was standing in the parking lot. Her eyes were red and glassy, had slurred speech, and was unsteady on her feet. Burs admitted to drinking alcohol. Burns was manifestly under the influence of alcohol. Burns was a danger to herself and others. Deputy Bowen was a witness.

Lawrence County Courthouse Notebook

 

Civil Suits 

14-CI-00278 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS. JOSHUA ZEEK CONTRACT

14-CI-00279 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS. CHERYL NELSON CONTRACT

14-CI-00280 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS. GREG WEBB CONTRACT

14-CI-00281 PEOPLES SECURITY BANK VS. OPAL WEDEMEYER FORECLOSURE

14-CI-00282 PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCIATES VS. DAVID SHANNON CONTRACT

14-CI-00283 PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCIATES VS. LENWOOD HOWELL CONTRCT

14-CI-00282 SARAH DAVIS VS. CURT EDENS OTHER14-CI-00286 PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCIATES VS. PEGGY BROWN CONTRACT

14-CI-00287 DISCOVER BANK VS. JOHNNIE KING CONTRACT


DEEDS

CHRISTOPHER AND MARIA HAYNES TO LAMAR HAYNES JR FOR THE SUM OF $10,000 A TRACT OF LAND LYING AND BEING ON SEE BRANCH ROAD IN LAWRENCE COUNTY AND CONTAINING 6 ACRES MORE OR LESS.
 

GENE PACK, VENDA AND ANTHONY BURCHETT TO GARY MOORE FOR THE SUM OF $9,000 A CERTAIN LOT ON OLD US  HIGHWAY 23.

KYMBERLEE HITCHCOCK TO EARL BORDERS FOR THE SUM OF $10,000 TRACT 1 AND 2 IN LAWRENCE COUNTY ON SEAN BRANCH.


MARRIAGE LICENSE

AMY HALL, 26, TO JUSTIN DEAN, 21 BOTH OF BANNER KY

BRANDI RADCLIFF, 19, TO JUSTIN MAYNARD, 25, BOTH OF LOUISA

AGNIESZKA HORNICH, 36, TO ROBERT MATTUEU, 36, BOTH OF LOUISA

JANET RICKMAN, 51, TO TIMMY COLDIRON, 45 BOTH OF LOUISA

CRYSTAL JUSDE, 34, TO JAMES BOND, 36, BOTH OF LOUISA

MICHELLE MUSIC, 41, TO ROBERT SHAW, 38, BOTH OF HUNTINGTON WV

TAYLOR PODUNAVAC, 18 OF RACELAND TO LARRY STEVENS, 31 OF WORTINGTONCH

ASANDRA RYAN, 19, TO KIZER SANDERSON, 23, BOTH OF ASHLAND

SAMANTHA MARCUM, 28, TO JUSTIN WHITE, 28 BOTH OF FORT GAY WV

TAMMY ADKINS, 41, TO RONALD ROBINSON, 38 BOTH OF LOUISA

MICHELE GORDON, 38 TO JOHN BARRIER, 40 BOTH OF HUNTINGTON

ASHLEY CHURCH, 23, TO JOHNATHAN COMPTON, 22 BOTH OF LOUIS

AMADISON PERRY, 19 OF FORT GAY WV TO MORGAN MILLS, 23 OF LOUISA

Nov. 4 Sample ballot released by Lawrence Clerk

Click on sign for complete Lawrence County Sample BallotClick on sign for complete Lawrence County Sample Ballot

Click for Lawrence Co. Sample Ballot

 

The General Election is one week away, and Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is reminding all eligible voters to plan ahead for Election Day to make sure their voices are heard on Nov. 4.

“Every election matters,” said Grimes. “Our Commonwealth is at its best when every Kentuckian’s voice is heard, and it’s important that voters be knowledgeable about our election process so they can have a meaningful opportunity to participate.”

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time, and any eligible voter who is in line to vote by 6 p.m. will be allowed to cast a ballot. Grimes reminds citizens that the morning and evening rush hours and lunch time tend to be busy, so voters who visit the polls during those periods should plan accordingly.

Grimes urges voters to avoid surprises on Election Day by checking their polling place and viewing sample ballots through the Voter Information Center.

Under Kentucky law, employers must allow employees who are eligible to vote to be absent from work for at least four hours in order to cast a ballot. Kentuckians who will be working on Election Day outside the county in which they reside are eligible to vote by absentee ballot. Employers may specify the hours during which an employee may be absent, and employees should request voting leave in advance of the day on which they will vote. Employers have discretion whether to compensate employees for voting leave.

Applications for mail-in absentee ballots must be received by the county clerk no later than close of business on Oct. 28, and the voted ballots must be received by the county clerk by 6:00 p.m. local time on Nov. 4. In-person absentee voting is currently available in all county clerks’ offices and will remain open until close of business on Monday, Nov. 3.

For additional election information, visit the Secretary of State’s website at www.sos.ky.gov, follow @kysecofstate on Twitter, and like Kentucky Office of the Secretary of State on Facebook.

 

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