14-CI-00239 CARL YOUNG VS. KENTUCKY AND WEST VIRGINA POWER PROPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00240 LEE FORSYTH VS. CHRISTOPHER BRANDT PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00241 AMERICAN FINANCIAL SERVICES VS. BOBBY MAY CONTRACT
14-CI-00242 PEACHTREE SETTLEMENT VS. M. ALBAUGH OTHER
14-CI-00244 SOSHFIELDS VS. CHRISTOPHER MCREYNOLDS MEDICAL
14-CI-00246 SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS VS. CAROLYN DAVIS FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00247 CRYSTAL HAMMOND VS. MARK HAMMOND SEPARATION AGREEMENT
14-CI-00248 AMERICREDIT FINANCIAL SERVICES VS. BILLY TARRING CONTRACT
14-CI-00249 LAWRENCE COUNTY KENTUCKY VS. DARLENE YOUNG OTHER
14-CI-00250 STEPHEN CONLEY VS. KRISTIE NICHOLS PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00251 BROWN FOOD SERVICE VS. 7-ELEVEN CONTRACT
14-CI-00252 CITIFINANCIAL SERVICING VS. WALTER ALDAMS JR. FORECLOSURE
14-CI-00254 BONNIE DALTON VS. ASHLEY DALTON PETION FOR CUSTODY
14-CI-00256 MALINDA SHANNON VS. PHILLIP SHANNON FAMILY AND DOMESTIC
14-CI-00257 AMANDA LEMASTER VS. STEVEN PRICE OTHER
14-CI-00258 AMANDA LEMASTER VS. JODY PRICE CHILD AND MEDICAL SUPPORT
14-CI-00259 NANCY SWAFFORD VS. OSCAR SHORT OTHER
14-CI-00260 KY FARM BUREAU INSURANCE VS. JO LIMINGS PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00261 JASON LEE BOWEN VS. PHYLICA ADAMS CHANGE OF CUSTODY
14-CI-00262 VAUGHN MOORE VS. GEORGANNI MOORE OTHER
14-CI-00263 AMY MAYNARD VS. JOSHUA FITXPATRICK PERSONAL INJURY
14-CI-00264 TENNIS MAYNARD VS. TESSIA MAYNARD CONTRACT
TAMMY JOHNSON AND ROBERT EVANS TO BARBRA AND RICHARD PACK FOR TE SUM OF $12,000 A CERTAIN TRACT O LAND IN LAWRENCE COUNTY ABOUT 1 AND 1/4 MILES FROM LOUISA .
JENNIFER FLETCHER, 23, TO JOHN FLETCHER JR.,27, BOTH OF LOUISA
TIFFANY FAIRCHILD, 33, TO JAMES MOSLEY, 45, BOTH OF LOUISA
SARAH ADAMS, 26, TO DUSTIN HORN, 33 BOTH OF LOUISA
JESSICA JACKSON, 29, TO MARCUS WEBB, 30, BOTH OF LOUISA
AMANDA HUNTER, 26, OF BARBOURSVILLE WV TO TIMOTHY BOWLING, 32, OF RED HOUSE WV
Lawrence Co. Sheriff's Arrest Report
James Isaac, 52, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on September 19, 2014 3 miles North of Louisa U.S 23 and charged with Reckless Driving, Operating Motor Vehicle under the influence of Alc/Drugs etc. 3rd Offense Aggravated Circumstances, Carry Concealed Deadly Weapon, Driving on DUI Suspended 1st Offense.
Lawrence County Deputy Mason Keefer received a call from Boyd Co. about subject swerving all over the road and throwing out beer cans. Subject was crossing both South Bound Lanes and going into the median. Upon contact subject had slurred speech and red glossy eyes and said he had been drinking. Subject was too unsteady to safely take balance tests. Multiple empty beer cans were in the cab of the truck. KSP advised subject's license was suspended for DUI 2nd. A loaded .357 was under clothes beside the subject. Subject does not have a CCDW. Subject was making threats about Police Officers. Blood/Urine/Breath-Refused.Anneimika Walters, 37, of Fort Gay, WV was arrested on September 21, 2014 Ky Rt. 32 Louisa and served Bench Warrant for Flagrant Non Support. Arresting Officer Lawrence County Deputy Dwayne Bowens.Ballard Johnson Jr., 62, of Catlettsburg, Ky was arrested on September 18, 2014 24 miles West of Louisa Rt. 32 and charged with Operating Motor Vehicle under the influence of Alc/Drugs etc.
Lawrence County Deputy Mack Wilhite responded to MVA on Hwy 32. Upon arrival subject was over an embankment and in a creek. Motor was running and lights were on. Subject was in driver's seat and was the only occupant of vehicle. Subject was requested to do SFST and subject stated he couldn't because he was too drunk. P.B.T showed presence of Alcohol. Subject stated he couldn't remember what happened and that he had several beers prior to accident. Subject smelled of Alcoholic beverage, slurred speech and very unstable on feet. Subject was transported to TRMC for possible injuries from MVA. Blood/Urine pending.Brandon Birt, 27, of Webbville, Ky was arrested on September 16, 2014 16 miles West of Louisa Hwy 828 and charged with Possesion of Marijuana, Burglary 2nd Degree.
Above subject entered a residence on Right Fork of Irish Creek and stole approximatly 7lb. of Yellow Root. Subject broke in through the back door. Subject admitted to being on property and taking Yellow Root. Subject said they sold it. Subject had no reason to be on the property. While handcuffing subject he said he had marijuana in his pocket. Recovered a small baggie of Marijuana. Subject was cooperative with case. Arresting Officer Lawrence County Deputy Mason KeeferJohn Oliver, 24, of Webbville, Ky was arrested on September 16, 2014 16 miles West of Louisa Hwy 828 and charged with Burglary 2nd Degree.
Above subject entered a residence on Right Fork Irish Creek and stole approximatly 7lb. of Yellow Root. Subject broke in through back door. Subject admitted to entering the residence and stealing the Yellow Root. Subject had no reason to be on the property. Arresting Officer Lawrence County Deputy Mason Keefer.Joshua Triplett, 21, of Webbville, Ky was arrested on September 16, 2014 16 miles West of Louisa Hwy 828 and charged with Burglary 2nd Degree.
Above subject broke into his parents home while they were gone and stole approxmately 7lb. of Yellow Root. Subject sold Yellow Root for Cash. Subject was told to stay away from his parents house. Subject admitted that he broke in and took the item without permission. Subject was also served Arrest Warrant for Receiving Stolen Property-FireArm Bond $5,000. Arresting Officer Lawrence County Deputy Mason Keefer.
Council member Brad Stark has consistently asked for Big Sandy Water to pay the city more for treated water. Lazer file photo
Louisa City Council met Friday for a special meeting. Mayor Teddy Preston called the meeting to order
Second reading of Ordinance 2014-02, “Ordinance Adopting the Annual Budget for FY July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015 for the City of Louisa” was read.
BUDGET AMOUNTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2014 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2015 WERE ADOPTED AS FOLLOWS:
CLASSIFICATION GENERAL FUND
ESTIMATED REVENUES TAXES $372,037
LICENSES AND PERMITS $397,924
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES $240,328
CHARGES FOR SERVICES $405,711
FINES AND FORFEITURES $5,000
OTHER REVENUE $25,641
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE $1,576,248
APPROPRIATIONCLASSIFICATION GENERAL FUND
APROPRIATION OF FUNDS
GENERAL GOVERNMENT $381,568
SANITATION SERVICES $373,742
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS $1,576,248
Gloria Johnson made a motion to accept the budget and a second by Tom Parsons and all were in favor
Second reading of Ordinance 2014-03, “Compensation of City Employees Pursuant to KRS 83A.070” was read and a motion made by Brad Stark to accept it and second by Parsons. All were in favor.
Pay classifications adopted
The following PAY CLASSIFICATION effective July 1, 2014, set for Mayor and Louisa City Council:
MAYOR - $11,522.16 ANNUALLY
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS - $600 ANNUALLY.
The following PAY CLASSIFICATION effective July 1, 2014 (unless otherwise noted) are set for the following City employees:
CITY CLERK (SALARY) $28,277.32 ANNUAL
DEPUTY CITY CLERK $8.66 PER HOUR/$18,012.80 ANNUALLY
POLICE CHIEF (SALARY) $36,637.91 PLUS STATE INCENTIVE PAY
POLICE SERGEANT $28,684.03 TO $34,115.33 ANNUAL/$13.79 PER HOUR TO $16.40 PER HOUR PLUS STATE INCENTIVE PAY
PATROLMAN $24,377.60 TO $24,918.40 ANNUAL/$11.72 PER HOUR TO $11.98 PER HOUR PLUS STATE INCENTIVE PAY (BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND SKILL)
SUPERVISOR $25,374.34 ANNUAL/$12.20 PER HOUR FOR 40 HOUR WEEK
LABORER $16,120 TO $22,189.44 ANNUAL
/$7.75 TO $10.66 PER HOUR FOR 40 HOUR WEEK
DRIVER $22,256 TO $23,634.62 ANNUAL
/$10.70 TO $11.36 PER HOUR FOR A 40 HOUR WEEK (BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND SKILL)
CODE ENFORCER $19,115.62 / $9.19 PER HOUR FOR A 40 HOUR WEEK
The following pay classifications effective July 1, 2014 set for City Attorney:
CITY ATTORNEY $564.35 TWICE PER MONTH PLUS $50 PER MONTH FOR EXPENSES
The next thing on the agenda was to Set Tax Rate for 2014. The Council discussed how much a 4% raise would be and it would be $13,800 more a year or $9 on a $100,000 home. Brad Stark made a motion to keep the current rate and Parsons second the motion. All were in favor.
The Water and Sewer budget was discussed but the council concluded that it should be tabled until someone from the Big Sandy Water, Inc. could be present. Waterworks director Dave Mcguire was asked to contact BSW and request that they come to the next special meeting.
Stark stated that there needs to be an increase on what BSW pays for the water they purchase. Gloria Johnson made a motion to table the Water and Sewer budget until a Big Sandy Water representative could be present and Stark made a second and all were in favor.
See related story about water and sewer budget in another Lazer story.
Johnson Co. lawyer and her son indicted for selling drugs;
FRANKFORT, Ky. (September 22, 2014) – Attorney General Jack Conway today announced the indictments of a mother and son on prescription drug charges.
On Sept. 18, a Johnson County grand jury indicted 63-year-old Mary Lou Chandler, of Paintsville, on one count of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance less than 10 dosage units and two counts of complicity to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance less than 10 dosage units.
Both charges are class D felonies.
Additionally, 34-year-old Matthew Chandler, of Paintsville, was indicted on two counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance of 10 dosage units or more, a class C felony; two counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance less than 10 dosage units, a class D felony; two counts of complicity to first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance less than 10 dosage units, a class D felony; and a persistent felony offender charge.
According to the indictments, Mary Lou Chandler and Matthew Chandler allegedly sold oxycodone pills to a confidential informant in Johnson County earlier this year. Mary Lou Chandler was arrested on Sept. 18 by the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. She is scheduled to be arraigned on Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. in Johnson Circuit Court.
A warrant has been issued for Matthew Chandler’s arrest. Attorney General Conway’s Office of Special Prosecutions is handling this case at the request of Johnson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Anna Melvin.
A charge is merely an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.
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