On Wednesday April 3rd at approx. 1:05 pm a single car accident turned into a 2 car incident when the diver of a chevy SUV had a blowout and sent the vehicle careening out of control and thru a wooden fence, into the parking lot of the Super 8 Motel on hwy 23 just outside of Louisa.
The SUV struck a parked pick-up causing severe damage to both vehicles. Luckily there were no major injuries.
Pictures and story by Jenny Foster.
April 3, 2013
DeedsThomas D. and Donna K. Frazier to Bob and Diane Castle, and Michelle and Donna Hackworth: Lots 23, 24, 25 of Charlie Borders plat, old U.S. Rt. 23. 311-341Emma Gene Gibson to Patricia and Michael McGuire: Parcel onElijah Creek,East Fk. Of Little Sandy River, Tract II of Kirk Queen Subdivision. 311-359Betty Lou Adkins to Deborah L. Hands has: Lot 41, Meadowbrook Subdivision. 311-363Thomas and Robin S. Smith, Ernest B. and Jacqueline Jenkins to Lawrence Co. Investments, LLC: Tract I Upland Branch of Brushy Creek, Lots 6-11 of Elijah Moore farm. Tract II Brushy Forkl of Big Blaine Creek. Tract III Bush Branch on. brushy Creek. tract IV Steele's Branch on Brushy Creek. Tract V Oil and gas only on Steele's Branch. Tract VI Oil and gas near Tom Cordle prop. Tract VII Oil and gas near Tom and Jess Cordle line. 311-409Sharon Childers Thomas to Kenneth Thomas: Parcel on 1690, mouth of Oil Well HollowRaymond and Wanda Sparks to Heather Rene and Jeramiah Dean Church: Parcel at Deep Hole Branch. 311-416West Property Group LLC to John F. Parnell III: Right of Way, James Kirk property line. 311-416James and Louella Stepp to Nadine Ratliff: Parcel on Lick Creek, Isaac Ridge Addition . 311-443Donald and Carol Thompson to Michael J. And Cheryl L. Ramey: Parcel on Cynthia Chapel Road. John Paul Burgess to Kyle Burgess: Parcel on Burgess Branch, Levisa Fork.David Hewlett, Andy Hewlett to Sandra Jean Hewlett: Parcel on Catt's Fork, Big Blaine Creek.Glenna Reed to Shani Rae Brown: Tract 3, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Right of Way, east of Big Sandy River.
Marriage LicensesRuby Loujeana Fletcher Whitt, 30, Catlettsburg to James Robert Murray, 34 ,Mayville, NYJustine Lee Detroe, 23 Louisa to Nakoma Ray Frayley, 23, PaintsvilleMelinda Jean Church, 23, of Louisa to James Brandon Noel Butcher, 27 AdamsEvelyn Martin, 49, Louisa to Randall Dale Martin, 50, LouisaJanet Nashala Kimble, 22, Ulysses to Carlos Scott Hammond, 29, Oklahoma City, OKJacqueline Susanne Hall, 20, Huntington, WV to Johnathan Lee Burchfield, 23, Arlington, VAChristina Gail Marshall, 34, Lavalette, WV to Mickey Allen Willow Burnette, 38, Lavalette, WVPeyton Lynn Johnson, 21, Louisa to Jason Randall Jude, 24, LouisaAshley Nicole Runyan, 24, Ft. Gay, WV to Timothy Brandon Runyon, 34, Ft. Gay, WVJamie Sue Lemaster, 42, Louisa to Michael Dale Hardin, 42, LouisaLisa Ann Mussed, 46, Louisa to Rodney Michael Perkins, 41, LouisaLorraine Vance, 45, Staffordsville to Brian Edward Fannin, 45, StaffordsvilleRhonda Sue Cline, 30, Louisa to Terry Lee Moore, 47
Civil SuitsMark Christian v Steen Funeral Home--NegligenceHSBC Mortgage Services, Inc. v Jason Hughes -Affidavit for Appointment of Warning Order and Military AttorneyDavid Blackburn v Brittany Chambers - Appointment of Warning Order AttorneyPeople's Security Bank v Larry Joseph Cyrus - Judgement and Order of SaleRuby Thompson v Frank Wenford Fannin - Notice to take DepositionCrystal Lee v Saul Carcamo II - Petition to Register Foreign JudgementHollie Branham v Barrett Branham - Petition to Register for JudgementLinda Clark v Anthony Buckler - Complaint for Child support and Medical SupportLinda Clark v Anthony Buckler - Default Judgement of SupportLajeana Parsons v Derek Parsons - Default, Judgement of SupportStephanie Preece v Steven Howard - Order on Motion for Temporary CustodyAmos Kenton ( Kenny) Pelphrey v Hospital of Louisa - ComplaintMelinda Hale v Michael Hale - Order on Joint Temporary CustodyAFC Funding Corp v Deborah K Childers - Default JudgementMichael McCoy v Patricia Salmons - Amended ComplaintFederal National Mortgage Assoc. v Diane Sammons - Complaint, Default
April 2, 2013
Over the course of the holiday weekend the Louisa Police Department made several arrest. The 8 people that were arrested include: James W ThompsonJoseph VanhooseMary FinleyRichard JordonJames W. Thompson of Louisa was charged with Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st degree, Tampering with Evidence, Possession of Controlled Substance 3rd degree, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Also arrested with Thompson were Joseph Clayton Vanhoose, Mary A. Finley and Richard Jordan. Joseph “Clayton” Vanhoose of Louisa is facing the charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st degree, Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd degree, Tampering with Evidence, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mary A. Finley of Fort Gay was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st degree, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Controlled Substance 3rd degree, Possession of Open Alcohol Beverage Container in Motor Vehicle, Failure to Wear Seatbelts, Failure to Maintain Required Insurance 1st offense, Improper Signal. Richard Jordan was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st degree, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place 1st offense. Other unrelated arrests include: John C. Thomas of Louisa who was arrested on a Boyd County bench warrant Billy Collins Jr. of Louisa was arrested on a Lawrence County bench warrant Christopher Trent of Fort Gay was arrested on two warrants one from Pike County and the other was from Breathitt County. Ricky Locklear of Louisa, was arrested and charged with Operating Motor Vehicle under the Influence of Drug/Alcohol/Etc. 1st following a accident on the Point Section where Mr. Locklear ran off the roadway and broke a fire hydrant causing several residents to be without water until crews could replace the hydrant. The Louisa Police Department would also like to remind everyone that April is “Distracted Driving” month in an attempt to bring awareness to the dangers of texting while driving. “ we will also be gearing up toward the summer Kentucky Highway Safety programs such as “Click it or Ticket” and “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” which start in May and run through September.
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