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Louisa City Council
Special Meeting Agenda
April 29, 2014--7:00 PM
Louisa City Hall
1. Call to order.
2. City of Louisa Budget 2014-2015.
14-CI-00062 CORPORATE BILLING VS. ADKINS, BOBBY CONTRACT
14-CI-00063 COFFEY, LEEANN VS. SLUSHER, KIMBERLY PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00064 SPRINGLEAF FINANCIAL SERVICES VS. STEPHEN COPLEY CONTRACT
14-CI-00065 INTERSTATE BILLING SERVICE VS. CASE TRUCKIG LLC CONTRACT
14-CI-00066 SRP 2013-7 LLC VS. SEE, JOHN W. ET, AL FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00067 HALL, JOY EILEEN VS. SAMMONS, KENNETH M COUSTODY
14-CI-00068 WELLMAN, JENNIFER VS. GEICO GENERAL INSURANCE CO PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00070 TD AUTO FINANCE LLC VS. STEPP, JAMES CONTRACT
14-CI-00071 GRAHAM, ALYSSA VS. PLUMLEY, SEAN CHILD SUPPORT
14-CI-00072 MOLLETT, JANET VS. MOLLETT, MARK (MINOR) PROPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00074 ROMERO, RANDI S. FLORES VS. ROMERO, ARMANDO FLORES DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00076 BRYANT, MARY VS. MCGUIRE, ANGELA M CHILD SUPPORT AND MEDICAL
14-CI-00077 BARTARM, JESSICA VS. BARTRAM, CHRISTOPHER DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00078 RAMEY, CEICL G VS. RAMEY, MOLLIE CORDLE DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00079 MAY, SAMY VS. ELLIS, FAY CONTRACT14-CI-00080 PORTER, AMANDA VS. PORTER, BRANDON DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
COMMUNITY TRUST BANK VS. FELTNER, WENDELL CONTRACT
14-CI-00082 CONLEY, GABRIEL VS. FREDERICK AND MAY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT
14-CI-00083 PECK, BRIANA ROSE VS. PECK, LUCAS DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00084 PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCIATES VS. YOUNG, LARRY CONTRACT
14-CI-00085 PORTFOLIO RECOVERY ASSOCIATES VS. CONLEY, RHONDA CONTRACT
14-CI-00087 BRITT, MARCIA VS. BURTON, CHARLES PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00088 CAPITAL ALLIANCE FINANCIAL VS. STONE, ERNIE CONTRACT
14-CI-00089 GEICO GENERAL INSURANCE CO VS. PRINCE, WILSON PERSON INJURY
14-CI-00090 NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE VS. JOHNSON, STEPHEN FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00091 DAMRON, ALISHA VS. DAMRON, WILLIAM DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00092 STOVOC, BENJAMIN VS. STOVIC, CARLA RAMEY DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00093 PORTFOLIO RECOVERY VS. SPILLMAN, LEANN CONTRACT
14-CI-00094 J.G. WENTWORTH VS. RAULERSON, J OTHER
14-CI-00095 INEZ DEPOSIT BANK VS PECK, SIDNEY FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00096 HEARNE, NANCY VS. NYTIS EXPLORATION COMPANY CONTRACT
14-CI-00097 CASTLE, VIRGINA VS. PERKINS, CAROLYN CHILD SUPPORT AND MEDICAL
14-CI-00102 SOUTHREN TAX SERVICES VS. FITZGERALD, NORMAN FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00103 MORGAN, ROBIN VS. MORGAN, HOBERT FAMILY AND DOMESTIC
14-CI-00104 RUCKER, MISTY VS. RUCKER, THEODORE DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00105 KITTS, JACLYN VS. KITTS, SHAWN DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00106 STAR TRUCKING VS. BLACKROCK TRANSPORT CONTRACT
14-CI-00107 UNITED RENTALS VS. IPR INC CONTRACT
14-CI-00108 LEMASTER, KIMBERLY VS. BRITTON, JACKIE PROPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00109 CASTLE, BANNER VS. TROUBLESOME CREEK GAS PROPERTY DAMAGE
14-CI-0010 HYLTON, TRAVIS JAY VS. HYLTON, ASHLEE DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00111 EASY RENTALS VS. WILLIAMS, RANDY CONTRACT14-CI-00112 21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION VS. SLOAS, MICHEAL FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00113 VANDERBILT MORTGAGE VS. MCKINSTER, JAMES CONTRACT
14-CI-00114 AMERICAN FINANCIAL VS. HOLBROOK, JENNIFER CONTRACT
14-CI-00115 VELOCITY INVESTMENTS VS. YOUNG, LARRY CONTRACT
14-CI-00116 STEVENS, PRINCE VS. MCKENZIE, BRIAN PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00117 CONLEY, JERICA VS. CONLEY, JAMES DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
Jeanna Scopel, 43, to Kevin Monday, 46, both of Letart, WV
Sharon Lee Ison, 57, of Blaine to Bobby Coghill, 62, of Morning View, Ky
Sandy Mynard, 42, to Ricky Simpkins, 54, both of Louisa
Crystal Saul 41, of Yawkey, WV to Darrell Wheeler, 46, of Hamlin, WV
Melissa Holley, 39, to Raymond, 36, both of LouisaMegan Green, 33, to Trenton Damron, 35, both of Louisa
Shawnda Mounts, 32 to Jamie Smith, 39, both of Wayne, WV
Peggy Mayes, 48, to Dennis Brown, 50, both of Rockport, WV
Bernice Alexander, 29, to Wiliam Cassady,25, both of Fort Gay, WV
Sharon Young, 51, of Louisa to Dennis Jones, 48, of Laurelville, OH
Erin Bowles, 34, to Clarence Smith Jr., 38, both of Huntington,WV
Wanda Boggs, 18, to Charles Ferguson III, 18, both of Louisa
James Kelly Stepp and wife Danielle Stepp of Piney Point Way Ulysses, KY to Samuuel Wayne Howard of HWY 23 Louisa, KY. The sum of $205,000.00 for certain property located in Lawrence County, Begining at Georges Creek at the mouth of Crisley branch, up Crisley branch.
Brian and Jessica Tackett to Nara and Shannon Gish both parties of Louisa for the sum of $108,000.00 1.7 acres more or less in Lawrence County.
Virgina Salyer to Renee Howard for the sum of $10,000.00 a parcel of land in Lowmansville, in Lawrence County
Gerald Greene II and wife Lisa Greene to Ron Lindeman and wife Anita Lindeman for the sum of $40,000.00 a tract of land at Lick Fork of Dry Fork of Little Sandy River containing 50 and 1/2 acres in Lawrence County.
Christopher and Kathy Simpson to James and Buffy Woods for the sum of $280,000. land at Hoods Creek and Bear Creek in Lawrence County.
By Catrina Vargo
Louisa, KY -- The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office was notified on April 10, that they have fulfilled all necessary requirements for accreditation certification. They received a letter from the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police congratulating them on their enthusiasm and professionalism leading to this accomplishment.
"I am proud of the hard work that our team has done to attain this Accreditation, the last 24 months have been a learning tool for all involoved. The staff at the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office are proud of their positions and truely want to make Lawrence County a great place to live," Roberts said.
"A Special Thank You to Chief Deputy Mark Wheeler who was our Accreditation Manger," Roberts added. "He has worked very hard and long hours to make sure we had everything covered in our policy and procedure manual to attain this status. Everyone in Lawrence County should be proud of the Lawrence County Sheriff's office for going that extra step to make sure we have the utmost respect for our community, and work at being a professional office." https://www.facebook.com/garrett.roberts.33
The KACP Law Enforcement Accreditation Program is a process of helping law enforcement institutions evaluate and improve their overall performance by setting standards to be met through a clear statement of objectives. When the procedures are in place, a team of independent authoritative professionals will determine that all standards have successfully been met, and that the institution is worthy of accreditation. The accreditation objectives are:
*Provides an independent means of evaluation of agency operations.
*Provides a basis to correction in the agencies operations before they become public problems.
*Requires that agencies commit policies and procedures in writing.
*Provides a norm for an agency to judge its performance.
*Has the potential to reduce liability insurance costs.
*Promotes accountability among agency personnel and the evenhanded application of policies.
*Enhances the reputation of the agency thereby helping to attract the most qualified applicants for employment.
*Minimizes the agency's exposure to liability, reducing vicarious liability lawsuits.
*Builds a stronger defense against lawsuits and citizen complaints.
*Increases the community's confidence in it's police/sheriff department.
*Recognizes agencies for meeting standards of excellence.
According to KACP, Accredidation reflects that the agency was carefully measured against an established set of standards and has met or exceeded professionally accepted practices in law enforcement.
A formal presentation of the accreditation certificate will be conducted in August during the KACP Annual Conference.
Lawrence County Fiscal Court
April 21, 2014
Glen Dale Boyd, 42, Louisa, KY, was arrested March 31, 3 miles west of Louisa on Hwy. 32, and charged with Speeding (26 miles over speed limit), and Operating Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs.
According to the police report, Deputy Mark Wheeler observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, east bound on Hwy 32 in the Smokey Valley Hill area. The vehicle was clocked by radar at 82 mph in a 55 mph zone. Upon contact with the subject, an odor of alcoholic beverage was detected. Boyd advised Deputy Wheeler that he had drank a 40 oz beer. Subject was cooperative, but could not complete a sobriety test.
James Music, 37, Lackey, KY, was arrested April 3, 15 miles south of Louisa on the Right Fork of George's Creek, and charged with Rear License Not Illuminated, Operating on Suspended License, Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, and Drug Paraphernalia Possession.
According to the police report, the above subject was observed by Deputy Mason Keefer traveling south on the Right Fork of George's Creek. The vehicle registration light was out. Upon contact with the driver, Deputy Keefer observed that he had slurred speech and constricted pupils. Subject could not complete standard sobriety test. KSP advised that Music's license was suspended. A syringe was found in the glovebox along with a cut cigarette filter. On a separate citation, James Music was charged with Illegal Possession of Drug. According to the police report, subject had a small plastic bag in his pocket containing 10 pills believed to be Neurotin.
Misty D. Mollette, 34, Inez, was arrested April 8, on Main Street in Louisa and charged with Inadequate Silencer, Improper Registration Plate, Failure to Maintain Required Insurance, Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, illegal Possession of Legend Drug, and Possession of a Controlled Substance (drug unspecified).
According to the police report, Deputy Mason Keefer observed a vehicle traveling north on Vinson St. Vehicle did not have an exhaust. Upon contact with the driver, Deputy Keefer observed that the subject, Misty Mollette, had constricted pupils and slurred speech. Subject could not complete standard sobriety test. Mollette said she drank beer and had taken two pills. The registration plate did not belong on her vehicle. The tag that belongs on the vehicle is expired.
Mollette stated that she did not have insurance, and consented to a search of the vehicle. Seven pills, marked MIA 110, sister pills marked APO GAB 600, and seventeen pills marked V3601were found in the driver's purse. Pills are believed to be legend drugs and a Schedule III Narcotic.
Terry M. Patrick, 54, Grayson, KY, was arrested April 13, on U.S. 23 at Tourchlight Road, and charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Drugs/Alcohol.
According to the arrest report Deputy Mark Wheeler received a complaint from a motorist about the above subject almost laying a motorcycle down going out of Hwy. 2565 toward U. S. Rt. 23. Upon seeing the subject coming from Hwy. 2565 toward Rt. 23, Deputy Wheeler observed him almost lay the motorcycle down, as he travelled South on Rt.23. Subject was weaving from side to side onto the shoulder of the road and back. Upon stopping the motorcyclist, Deputy Wheeler observed that he was extremely lethargic, unsteady both on and off bike. Terry said he had too. Uh to drink, and was coming from Ft. Gay. A strong odor of alcoholic beverage was detected by the officer, as well as glassy, bloodshot eyes. Standard sobriety test was not able to be performed due to subject's legs. He almost fell multiple times.
Read Implied Consent at TRMC. Subject declined declined and refused attorney and blood test. Patrick said he was ready for jail.
Zachary W. Jude, 29, Louisa, KY, was arrested April 11, inside the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center and charged with Escape 2nd Degree and Persistent Felony Offender.