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AUGUST 15, 2015
Brandi Moore to Brandon Skaggs
Angela Fitch to Rodney Vanhoose
John Compton to Alison Parker
Melissa Johnston to Anthony Mosley
Shannon Layne to Jeffrey Music
Karen Barnette engaged in a deed of conveyance with Christopher and Rebekah Scott
Patricia and Johnny Frye engaged in a deed of conveyance with Hope and Daniel Griffith
Paul and Carolyn Napier engaged in a deed of conveyance with Kevin and Melanie Zirkle
Erma Copley and Luther Wellman engaged in a deed of conveyance with Gladys Wellman
Yatesville Memorial Gardens Inc engaged in a deed of conveyance with Sandra and Evert Lowe
Dretha Wheeler engaged in a deed of conveyance with Margaret and Daniel Castle
Clayborn and Janice Hayes engaged in a deed of conveyance with Douglas Perkins and Howard Wright
Edna Flowers, Edna Billups, Russell Flowers and Charles Sloan engaged in a deed of conveyance with Wilma Cook
Roger and Analee Robinette engaged in a deed of conveyance with William and Mary Chapman
Mary Carter engaged in a deed of conveyance with James Carter and Linda Hampton
Cassia Palmer vs. Hospital of Louisa. Personal Injury
Bruner Land Company Inc vs Donald E Tanner, JR. Other
Sharon Smith vs Richard Smith. Domestic and family.
Olivia Boyd vs Bradley Boggs. Domestic and family.
Legina Runyons vs Michael Runyons. Domestic and family.
AUGUST 12, 2015
Timothy Francis Larve, Andrews, NC, 50, was arrested on August 6, 2015, in Lawrence County, six miles south of Louisa at APCO on U..S. 23, and charged with DUI.
According to the arrest report, Larve was operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs. Officer responded to complaint that the subject was traveling north bound in the south bound lane. Officer observed subject matching the vehicle on side of the road and approached the vehicle, observing that the driver was passed out with a lit cigarette and cell phone in his hand. Subject did not respond until officer rapped the door of the car loudly and asked him to step out of the car. Subject appeared lethargic and unsteady, and agreed to sobriety test, but could not hold leg up, one leg stance, could not walk straight line, stepped on his own feet, used arms for balance and walked leaning to the right. Larve stated that he was driving to Huntington and had the vehicle running when officer made contact. He also stated that he took Oxy and Lorazepam. Arresting officer, Chuck Jackson.
Judy Price, 27, Louisa, KY, was arrested on August 4, 2015, on Three D Road, eight miles north of Louisa, and charged with Flagrant Non-Support. Arresting officer, Mason Keefer.
Earnest Thompson, Louisa, KY, was arrested On August 4, 2015, on Hwy. 1690, 14 miles south of Louisa, and charged with Assault 2nd Degree Domestic Violence.
According to the arrest report, Thompson was involved in an altercation with his father. He struck his father with a board which had a nail sticking out of it. His father suffered a puncture wound from the nail above his knee but declined EMS. The nail appeared to be rusty. Arresting officer, Mason Keefer.
Joshua B. Pack, 30, Louisa, KY, was arrested on August 6, 2015 on Route 3, north of Louisa and charged with No Registration, Failure to Maintain Required Insurance, Failure to Register Transfer of Motor Vehicle, Possession of Open Alcoholic Container in Motor Vehicle, Trafficking Controlled Substance and Possession of Controlled Substance.
According to the arrest report, Officer Mason Keefer stopped Pack on Rt. 3. Vehicle did not have a tag or registration. Upon contact, the driver said he did not have tags or insurance. An open Bud Light beer was found under the passenger seat. Pack had purchased the vehicle on June 1, 2015 and had not registered it. Subject had constricted pupils and was asked to step out of the vehicle. He stated he had taken Suboxone earlier in the day and consented to a search of the vehicle. His wallet contained two sealed and one open Suboxone package. The open package contained approximately 1/2 strip. Pack admitted to buying it from someone but would not say who sold it to him. The identification number on the Suboxone matched the identification number on the Suboxone that Pack identified as his. The passenger stated he paid $20 for the Suboxone. Pack had $20 in his pocket and no other money on his person. Pack identified the Suboxone as his prescription.
Kevin L. Pack, 50, Louisa, KY, was arrested on August 6, 2015, and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance.
According to the arrest report, Pack was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped. He consented to a search of his person, he had a Suboxone strip in his wallet. Pack admitted it was not his. He stated he was not prescribed Suboxone. Arresting officer, Mason Keefer.
Arrests from August 5, 2015 report
Kizer D. Sanderson, 24, was arrested July 26, 2015, four miles north of Louisa and charged with Asault 4th Degree (Domestic Violence) minor injury and Contempt of Court--Libel/Slander, resistance to officer. Subject was served a bench warrant, Deputy Mack Wilhite, arresting officer.
On a separate citation, Sanderson was arrested and charged with Operating on Suspended or Revoked Operators License and Failure of Non-Owner Operator to Maintain Required Insurance.
Jack Bowen Jr., 26, was arrested July 27, 2015, 28 miles south of Louisa in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center as a fugitive from another state. A warrant was served on the subject for a WV Parole Violation.
According to the arrest report, Bowen was located in KY and has a National Crime Information Center (NCIC) entry as a wanted subject out of WV.
West Virginia documents verified he was wanted and they would extradite.
AUGUST 5, 2015
Circuit Court Judge, Hon. John David Preston heard several cases Friday, July 31, most all of which involved drug charges, specifically manufacturing Meth.
Joshua David Ferguson, 25, pleaded guilty to charges of Complicity Cultivation of Marijuana and Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree-Police Officer and Tampering With Physical Evidence. The charge of Fleeing or Evading Police was dismissed.
Steven Lee Holbrook, 39, was scheduled for a jury trial on November 16 on charges of Complicity Manufacture Meth, Complicity Possession Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Complicity Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree-Police Officer (3) counts, Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession, Persistent Felony Offender 2nd Degree.
Michael William Hudnall, 41, pled guilty to charges of Failure to Comply With Sex Offender Registration and Persistent Felony Offender. Final sentencing Aug. 28.
Shannon Jude, 39, pled guilty to charges of Criminal Possession Forged Instrument 2nd Degree (3) counts. Final sentencing Aug. 28.
Chad A. Stepp, 30, pled not guilty to charges of Complicity Traffic in Controlled Substance (2) counts, Complicity Fraudulent Use of ID Card of Electronic Code for Benefits (2) counts, Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy Possession, Complicity Possession of Marijuana, Persistent Felony Offender 1st Degree. Pre-trial conference Aug. 28.
Shandra L. Stone, 42, was scheduled for a jury trial on Nov. 16 on charges of Complicity Manufacture Meth, Complicity Possession Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Complicity Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree-Police Officer (3) counts, Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession.
Jamie L. Triplett, 34, was scheduled for jury trial on Nov. 16 on charges of Complicity Manufacture Meth, Complicity Possession Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Complicity Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree-Police Officer (3) counts, Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession.
Leslie Scott Triplett, 40, was scheduled for a jury trial on Nov. 16 on charges of Complicity Manufacture Meth, Complicity Possession Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession, Persistent Felony Offender.
Weslie Brian Triplett, 40, was scheduled for jury trial on Nov. 16 on charges of Complicity Manufacture Meth, Complicity Possession Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Complicity Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree-Police Officer (3) counts,
Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession, Persistent Felony Offender.
Information taken from Lawrence County Circuit Court Docket
A Floyd County circuit judge dismissed a lawsuit last week that had been filed by a wife whose husband took his own life after he learned his federal disability benefits had been suspended.
Emma Burchett had sued Eastern Kentucky disability attorney Eric Conn because Leroy Burchett, her husband, took his own life when he received a letter saying his disability payments had been suspended, WYMT-TV reports.
More than 1,000 of Conn's clients had their disability benefits temporarily suspended. Social Security later reinstated the benefits temporarily.
Judge Thomas Smith dismissed Mrs. Burchett's lawsuit because she testified she didn't foresee her husband's suicide and that Conn could not have foreseen it either.
More than 8 percent of Kentucky and West Virginia residents receive disability payments, among the highest rates in the U.S. That includes about 25 percent of the residents of Kentucky's 5th Congressional District who receive some type of Social Security benefits. Those include retirement, disability and survivor benefits, the station reported.
Kentucky Press News Service
Frankfort – Gov. Steve Beshear announced Tuesday that fiscal courts in 34 counties will receive refunds totaling $266,141.66 from mining permit and acreage fees.
“Our coal-producing counties are our partners, and these funds provide a direct benefit for their efforts,” Beshear said in a statement. “Every effort is being made by this administration to help the mining industry extract coal in a manner that is safe, efficient and protective of our environment.”
The Department for Natural Resources collects mining permit and acreage fees and returns a portion of the fees to coal-producing counties for projects that the fiscal courts deem beneficial to their communities.
Refunds range from $62.50 to $42,562, with 12 counties each receiving more than $10,000.
This list includes the counties and refund amounts:
Bell County Fiscal Court $24,162
Boyd County Fiscal Court $312.50
Breathitt County Fiscal Court $11,987
Clay County Fiscal Court $1,100
Daviess County Fiscal Court $1,850
Elliott County Fiscal Court $500
Estill County Fiscal Court $125
Floyd County Fiscal Court $19,333
Harlan County Fiscal Court $17,079
Henderson County Fiscal Court $750
Hopkins County Fiscal Court $2,150
Jackson County Fiscal Court $62.50
Johnson County Fiscal Court $5,000
Knott County Fiscal Court $17,845
Knox County Fiscal Court $1,825
Lawrence County Fiscal Court $2,929
Lee County Fiscal Court $250
Leslie County Fiscal Court $19,637
Letcher County Fiscal Court $9,054
Magoffin County Fiscal Court $8,087
Martin County Fiscal Court $5,775
McCreary County Fiscal Court $437
McLean County Fiscal Court $437
Morgan County Fiscal Court $100
Muhlenberg County Fiscal Court $3,025
Ohio County Fiscal Court $5,550
Owsley County Fiscal Court $2,104
Perry County Fiscal Court $30,683
Pike County Fiscal Court $42,562
Pulaski County Fiscal Court $62.50
Rockcastle County Fiscal Court $62.50
Union County Fiscal Court $2,625
Webster County Fiscal Court $3,037
Whitley County Fiscal Court $25,637