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June 8, 2014
14-CI-00120 WRIGHT, TAMMY VS. EAKRIGHT, BOBBI, CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT
14-CI-00121 SOUTHERN TAX SERVICE VS. WOLFORD, RABON, FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00122 MARCUM, ELLA VS MARCUM, HAROLD, CHILD SUPPORT
14-CI-00123 HOLLAND, PEGGY VS HOLLAND, JAMES, CUSTODY
14-CI-00124 ABDERAHMAN, APRIL VS ABDERHMAN, OULD, SEPERATION AGREEMENT
14-CI-00125 JAMES, DARWIN JR VS. JAMES, HEATHER, DIVORCE
14-CI-00126 MCCORMICK, SHERRY VS. BOWEN, JERRY, SUPPORT
4-CI-00127 KENTUCKY FOSTER CARE VS. BARNES, CYNTHIA, CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT
14-CI-00130 ROBINETTE, HAZEL VS. ROBINETTE, BRYAN, DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00131 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS. RATCLIFF, KATRINA, CONTRACT
14-CI-00132 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS JUDE, THOMAS, CONTRACT
14-CI-00133 ROSS, MICHAEL VS. ROSS, LISA, DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00135 CAUDILL, BEVERLY VS. CHAFIN, MELISSA, CHILD AND MEDICAL
14-CI-00136 MEDDINGS, CATHY VS. RATLIFFM MICHAEL, CHILD SUPPORT AND MEDICAL
14-CI-00137 DANIELS, JAMES VS. DANIELS, WILLIAM, PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00138 CABEL HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL VS. PAULEY, WILLIAM, CONTRACT
14-CI-00139 LEMASTER, DAVIS VS. LEMASTER, VONDA, DIVORCE
14-CI-00140 PARSON, DEBORAH VS. PARSON, NATHANIEL, DIVORCE
14-CI-00141 FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY VS. BROWN, ROLAND, CONTRACT
14-CI-00142 HSBC BANK USA VS. MESSER, LARRY, FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00143 MEADE, BEVERLY VS. BBT INC ,PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00144 COMMUNITY TRUST BANK VS. HARRISON, NATHAN CONTRACT
14-CI-00145 WARE, LYNDEN OLIVIA VS. WARE, HEATH, DIVORCE
14-CI-00147 CITY OF PAINTSVILLE VS. FERGUSON, ROBERT, POPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00148 MUNCY, TINA VS. MUNCY, ROSCOE, DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00149 ADAMS, JAMES VS. ADAMS, CASSIE, DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
14-CI-00150 MCCOY, MAUDIE VS. MCCOY, SAMMIE, DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00151 CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP VS. MCCOY, THOMAS, CONTRACT
14-CI-00152 CREDIT ACCEPTANCE CORP, VS. PETERSON, CARLA, CONTRACT
14-CI-00153 STRATEGIC FUNDING PARTNERS VS. WILLIAMSON, ROBERT, CONTRACT
14-CI-00154 COMMUNITY TRUST BANK VS. MUSSER, LISA, CONTRACT
14-CI-00155 FITCH, JESSICA VS. FITCH, JOHN, CUSTODY AND SUPPORT
14-CI-00156 LITTERAL, SHAWN VS. FANNIN, ARTHUR, CUSTODY
14-CI-00157 KEETON, DONNIE VS. PENNINGTON, DIANE, PROPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00158 TAX EASE LIEN SERVICING VS. PACK, GENE, FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00159 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS. SCAGGS, COREY, CONTRACT
14-CI-00160 FUGITT, ANGELA VS. HICKS, ROCKY, CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT.
KAYLA PAULEY, 23, TO JOSHUA DILLION, 31, BOTH OF LOUISA
GWENNA CLAYBORNE, 44, FROM BARBOURSVILLE, WV. TO RICHARD DILL JR, 36. OF EAST LYNN. WV.
YOLANDA KNIPP, 28, TO ROBERT HUGHES, 28, BOTH OF LOUISA
KELSEY YAW, 21, TO ERIC HALL ,25, BOTH OF LOUISA
JERRI CORBIN, 48, TO VANCE YORK, 55, BOTH OF LOGAN, OH.
JESSICA LOVELY, 31 TO SCOTIE MCKENZIE, 27, BOTH OF LOUISA
ASHLEY MINIARD, 28, TO FRANCIS DIAMOND JR, 41, BOTH OF LOUISA
JENNIFER MARCUM, 46, TO ROBERT HINKLE, 47, BOTH OF CATLETTSBURG, KY.
CHARLIE BOYD, 21, TO STERLING HAYES, 20, BOTH OF LOUISA KY
BARBARA SHORT SOLD TO DAVID AND KIMBERLY MUNCY FOR THE SUM OF $30,000.00 CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND ON THE TOP OF ADAMS HILL ON THE NORTH SIDE OF KY HWY 32, 3 ACRES MORE LESS.
ADAMS REAL ESTATE AND CLIFF AND JAMIE WEST SOLD TO JAMES AND CARLA MARCUM FOR THE SUM OF $135,000.00 A PARCEL OF LAND IN LAWRENCE COUNTY.
BRANDI CAUDILL MILLS AND JOSEPH MILLS SOLD TO ADAM MEADE FOR THE SUM OF $13,000.00 A CERTAIN HOUSE AND LOT IN THE CITY OF LOUISA, KY. ON RAILROAD ST.
RANDY WILLIAMS AND KATHLEEN WILLIAMS SOLD TO JOHN ENEA JR AND ROBIN ENEA FOR THE SUM OF $70,000.00 A PARCEL OF LAND IN LAWRENCE COUNTY, NORTH OF LOUISA, LOTS 6 AND 7 AT VICTORIA HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION.
FREDDIE AND CANDANCE MOORE TO REBECCA MOORE FOR THE SUM OF $10,000.00 A TRACT OF LAND LYING AND BEING ON PAW PAW CREEK OFF OF BLAINE CREEK IN LAWRENCE COUNTY.
TINA BLACKBURN TO STEVIE BLACKBURN FOR THE SUM OF $45,000.00 A TRACT OF LAND ON THE SW CORNER OF CLIFFORD BLACKBURN AND STATE HWY 3.
WILLARD AND PATTY CARTER SOLD TO DELORIS KAZEE FOR THE SUM OF $37,000.00 A TRACT OF LAND AT STUMBAUGH CREEK OF BLAINE CREEK.
JOHNSON COUNTY – June 3, 2012 – KY 1559 near the intersection with KY 201 will be closed to all traffic tomorrow, Wednesday, June 4, from 7:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., according to Barry Spriggs, Highway District 12’s Johnson County superintendent.
During this time, D-12 maintenance specialists will crib an embankment failure (break) and replace a cross drain. Cross drain replacement involves cutting a trench across both lanes of pavement, pulling out the old drain, installing the new drain, covering the trench, and repaving the section.
“We apologize for this temporary inconvenience,” Spriggs said, “but we know that everyone prefers that our roads be as safe as possible, so we hope that they realize this is necessary. We want to thank everyone in advance for their patience and understanding.”
Contact: Sara George, Information Officer
Gas company also on agenda
Lawrence County Judge/Exec. John Osborne and the fiscal court approved a grant for $230,000 to resurface certain roads in the county this summer. This is in addition to the county's budgeted road plan, Osborne said.
The court approved the project at its may regular meeting.
Here is a list of the roads to be paved.
Poor House Road -- 0.544 mi.
Swift Lane, from poor House road extending southerly and circling back to Poor House Road -- 0.847 mi.
Ivy Lane - from Poor House Road westerly - 0.080 mi.
Mill Creek Rd. Maxie from Ky. 32 extending northerly for -- 1.30 miles.
Eloise Rd (Louisa, near dead Man's Curve)) from 0.091 mi. south of Ky 2565 at the end of city limits extending southerlyto Garden Street - 0.409 mi.
Big Branch Rd. from Ky 32 extending southerly to 0.740 mile marker south of Ky 32 for -- 0.390 mi.
Andrea Cantrell, 32, of Ulysses, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, 11 Miles South of Louisa on Hwy 581 and charged with TBUT or Disp Shoplifting. Bench Warrant also served on Subject in prior case.
Darryl C. Cole, 55, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, 8 Miles South of Louisa and charged with Assault 4th Degree (Domestic Violence) No Visible Injury, Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place 1st Offense, Criminal Littering.
Deputy, Mason Keefer, received a call of Domestic. Upon arrival, subject's wife (Sheila Cole) said her husband hit her in the arm knocking her to the ground. She said He had fled. Deputies located him approximatly 50 yards up the hill from the creek. Deputy Keefer stated there was two empty beer bottles on the ground.
"I observed Darryl Cole trying to hide behind a tree. He was intoxicated, he had red glossy eyes: and was uneasy on his feet. He was manifestly under the influence of alcohol." Sheila told us when he fled he took beer with him. Sheila was also arrested for Domestic Violence. Both Parties continued to argue.
Sheila Cole, 46, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, 8 Miles South of Louisa Hwy 1690 and charged with 4th Degree Assault (Domestic Violence) No Visible Injury.
Deputy Mack Wilhite responded to above address where above subject was located along with her husband who was hiding in the wooded area behind their residence. Above subject stated that she and her husband had been arguing and she had thrown a piece of wood at him by his truck. While inside the residence still arguing both parties made contact with each other. When husband tried to leave the residence. Arguing continued in the presence of Deputy Mack Wilhite and Deputy Mason Keefer.
William E. Kitchen, 37, of Grayson, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, Rt. 1/North 201 Webbville and Served with Indictment Warrant for a Carter Co. Case Receiving Stolen Property Under $10,000. Arresting Officer was Deputy Mark Wheeler
Hansel Ray Wiley, 44, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, at The Budget Inn Madison St. Louisa, Ky and charged with Criminal Trespassing 3rd Degree. Subject was also served Bench Warrant. Arresting Officer Deputy Mack Wilhite
Randell Thompson, 51, of Fort Gay, WV was arrested on 5/21/14, .1 Miles South of Louisa Ky 644 and charged with Failure of Owner to Maintain Insurance 1st Offense.Subject was also Served a Bench Warrant for Court. Arresting Officer Deputy Mason Keefer
Carl F. Castle, 27, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, 4 Miles West of Louisa, US Hwy 32 and charged with Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree, Theft by Unlawful Taking $500 or more. Subject was also served warrant for Johnson Co. for Contempt of Court, Non Payment of Fines, and Served a Warrant of Indictment for Receiving Stolen Property Under $10,000 Deputy, Chuck Jackson, responded to above location at Construction Site where above Subject was loading sections of pipe he had cut with another Male. The pipe was Approximately 43 Ft. long and 2 Ft. wide. Deputy Jackson contacted Hwy Road Foreman and he advised no one had permission to be on the property or to take the pipe. Above subject said he was helping the other Male who told him he had permission.
Curtis Dale Rowe, 39, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on 5/21/14, 4 Miles West of Louisa, US Hwy 32 and charged with Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree, Theft by Unlawful Taking $500 or more. Deputy, Chuck Jackson, responded to above location at Construction Site where above Subject had cut a 43 Ft. Long and 2 Ft. Wide Drain Pipe and was loading it on a Trailer. Subject advised he had permission. Jackson called Hwy Dept. and he responded he made calls to the Construction Company and did not find the exact person. But advised that no one had permission to be on the property or to take any of the pipe.
Dennis J. Cole, 57, of Nippa, Ky was arrested on 5/23/14, 12 Miles South of Louisa, US Hwy 23 and charged with Speeding 20 Mph over limit, No Operators-Moped License, Failure to Produce Insurance Card, Failure of Owner to Maintain required ins/sec. 1st, No Registration Receipt, Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of Alc/Drugs/etc. .08 1st Off. Refused BBU, Failure to wear Seat belt, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Subject was also served with three different Bench Warrants.
Deputy, Mack Wilhite, observed above subject driving vehicle South bound on US Hwy 23. Upon Contact Subject had been operating without Seatbelt. Subjects eyes were red and glassy, Constricted Pupils, Slurred Speech and smelled of Alcoholic Beverage on his breath and was unstable on his feet. Subject stated he had been drinking. Subject refused balance test and lack of smooth pursuit. Search of vehicle yielded a straw with white residue, pipe with suspected marijuana, and two empty bottles of Vodka.
Louisa City Council
Special Meeting Agenda
May 27, 2014--7:00 PM
Louisa City Hall