FRANKFORT, Ky. – (Aug. 1, 2013) – Nearly 225 vehicles and several pallets of used tires are slated to be auctioned off starting at 10 a.m. on Aug. 6, at the State Service Garage, 513 Barrett St. in Frankfort.
Among the many makes and models are 2-wheel drive, 4-wheel drive, pickups, vans, SUVs and cars. There are 193 vehicles in running condition and more than 30 classified as non-runners, to be sold as salvage.
“Many individuals and organizations benefit from buying a low-cost car, truck or van at the auction,” said Pete McDonald, director of the Kentucky Division of Fleet Management. “While the state no longer has need of these vehicles, they still have value.”
This is the second fleet sale of the year. Running vehicles range over years, makes and models, from 1992 to 2008.
The previous fleet auction in March brought an average sales price for running vehicles of $2,317. The lowest price was $600 and the highest was $10,000.
Individuals interested in the auction may pre-register and inspect the vehicles from 1-4 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 5, 2013. In addition, they may register and view the vehicles on the morning of the sale from 8-9:50 a.m. Questions can be directed to Fleet Management Inventory at (502) 564-9943. More information and a list of vehicles are available online at http://finance.ky.gov/services/surplus/Pages/publicauctions.aspx.
A 7 percent buyer’s premium will be charged to all items sold. Full payment is due within one hour after the last item is sold. Payment can be made with cash; cashiers, certified, or travelers checks; money order or personal check with proper identification. Any check over $5,000.00 and all out-of-state checks must be accompanied by a letter of credit from the bank.
Louisa Police Department
Arrest LogJuly 2013
7/01/2013 – Amy R. Gantt 24 of Louisa - Public Intoxication, Possession of Controlled Substance 3rd, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Prescription Drugs in Improper Container.7/02/2012 – Chris Shannon 29 of Louisa - Theft by Unlawful Taking 07/04/2013 – Michael Bartram 35 of Louisa – Lawrence Co warrant, Fugitive from Justice (Fayette Co WV)07/05/2013 – Heather L. Marcum 24 of Louisa – KY Child Support Warrant, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Tampering with Evidence 07/05/2013 – Donnie V. New 49 of Kermit Wv – Warrants from Perry, Boyd, and Pike Counties 07/06/2013 – Bradley A. Fraley 42 of Louisa – Disorderly Conduct 2nd, Alcohol Intoxication07/06/2013 – Vickie Stepp 59 of Louisa – Fugitive from Ohio for Conspiracy/Trafficking 07/06/2013 – Buretta Meade 50 of Louisa – Burglary 2nd 07/14/2013 – James G. Stepp 33 of Louisa – Lawrence Co Indictment 07/14/2013 – James W. Thompson 46 of Louisa – Lawrence Co Indictment 07/17/2013 – Crystal R. James 33 of Louisa – Lawrence Co Indictment 07/17/2013 – Jeremy P. Smith 32 of Louisa – Warrants from Bath & Carter Counties 07/17/2013 – Bradley E. Parsley 35 of Louisa – Flagrant Non Support, Giving Officer False Name07/18/2013 – Samantha Ferguson 20 of Louisa – Lawrence Co Indictment 07/20/2013 – Jeremy Chandler 28 of Louisa – Theft by Unlawful Taking (shoplifting) 07/21/2013 – Floyd J. Jude 33 of Warfield – Theft by Unlawful Taking (shoplifting) 07/21/2013 – Charles E. Jude Jr. 38 of Warfield – Suspended License, TBUT Shoplifting, No Seat Belt, No Registration Plate, No Registration Receipt, No Insurance, Improper Registration 07/21/2013 – Breezy A. Jude 28 of Tomahawk – TBUT Shoplifting, Permitting operation of vehicle with Improper Registration, Owner to Permit another to Operate a Motor Vehicle without Insurance, Permitting Unlicensed Driver to Operate Motor Vehicle. 07/26/2013 – Kelly S. West 33 of Louisa – Lawrence County warrant 07/26/2013 – Charles G. Jackson 52 of Paintsville – Suspended License, Bench Warrant, No Tail/Brake Lights, Possession of Suspended License.
Lawrence County Sheriff's Arrest Report
July 29, 2013
Joshua L. Limings, 38, of Blaine, was arrested on July 25, fifteen miles west of Louisa at Stone Coal Branch Road and charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, 1st Offense with Intent.
LimingsThe Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department received an anonymous tip that there was possible Meth making at the above mentioned location involving Limings. Limings gave Sgt. Jackson, the officer who responded to the call, consent to search the residence, during which two mason jars were found containing a substance which Limings identified to be fuel oil and Meth oil. Limings was advised of his rights which he waived, and stated that he had several items in a closet used for making Meth. A box was located with a sulfuric acid bottle, lye bottle, a funnel and several other items used to make Meth. Several starter fluid cans and other items were located in a burn pile. Limings was not actively cooking Meth at the time of the arrest, but had precursors with intent. Limings cooperated with police. He has other charges pending. Nicholas George Ronald Maynard, 25, of Inez, was arrested July 24 five miles north of Louisa at 1185 Sun Hill Road and charged with (1) Criminal Mischief, 2nd Degree, (2) Theft By Unlawful Taking from Auto, (3) Theft - Receipt of stolen credit/debit cards.
MarcumThe Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call that Maynard and other individuals in a vehicle had busted the window and took a purse from a parked vehicle. Upon the traffic stop, Maynard had in his possession three credit/debit cards belonging to the owner of the vehicle. According to the arrest report, Maynard took the purse hoping to find money to purchase drugs. A marijuana pipe was also found in the driver’s seat of the vehicle. In the process of the traffic stop, needles and syringes were thrown from Maynard’s side of the vehicle. Seth Dyer, 29, of Salyersville, KY was arrested on July 23 five miles west of Louisa at Three Rivers Food Mart and charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, 1st Offense.
DyerThe Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department received a call that a suspicious male had been behind the Three Rivers Food Mart for two hours. Dyer had no shirt on, had a bag of DVD’s and was talking on a cell phone. Upon contact with Dyer he appeared to be under the influence of a controlled substance and was acting nervous according to the police report. Dyer was asked for his ID and handed the officer his wallet, then reached for it back. Dyer was asked if he had anything illegal and became extremely nervous, stating that a white bag in the vehicle was his but that the other bag was not. When the other bag was checked, an active Meth lab was found along with lye, coffee filters, lithium battery, cold pack and other items used to make Meth.
Nicholas A. Marcum, 31, of Louisa was arrested July 26 and charged with (1) Burglary, 3rd Degree, (2) Theft of Identity (3) Fleeing, 1st Offense (Moving Vehicle) (4) Operating on Suspended License.
Nicholas MarcumChase HowardMarcum was served an arrest warrant for above charges. Bond is $5,000. Marcum was also arrested on July 23 in Louisa on Fugitive charge and was served a Child Support Warrant for a case in which he owes $6,807.48. Marcum was sentenced to 180 days in jail on Child Support Warrant.
Chase M. Howard, 25, of Louisa was arrested on July 26, twenty six miles south of Louisa at BSRDC, and charged with Assault, 1st Degree, bond is set at $50,000.
Kelly S. West, 33, of Louisa was arrested July 26, fifteen miles north of Louisa at Mimosa Road and charged with Intent to Defraud (greater than $40,000). West is currently serving an indictment from July 12.
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