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Public Records

  • Police news April 25

    April 5

    Terri Darlene Edwards, 50, of Liberty was arrested for misdemeanor alcohol intoxication in a public place, theft by unlawful taking under $500, and possession of marijuana. According to the citation police responded to a disturbance at Casey County Hospital. Upon arrival they seen Edwards exiting a ER room, the ER doctor advised police she had told Edwards she could not enter the room. Edwards had a very strong odor of alcohol on her breath, staggered as she walked, had red eyes and slurred speech. Her court date is scheduled for April 26.

    April 12

  • District Court news April 25

    April 17

    Joseph L. Goforth pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor hindering prosecution second degree, menacing, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct second degree. His pretrial conference is scheduled for May 1.

    Aaron R. Denny pleaded guilty to fleeing or evading police second degree (on foot) and giving an officer a false name/information. 45 days to serve, balance is conditionally discharged if one year no new violations of law.

  • Out of the Past April 25

    10 Years Ago

    Week of April 23, 2008

    A cause had not been determined for a fire that nearly destroyed a home on Ky. 49 on Monday afternoon. At 12:22 p.m., firefighters were dispatched to the home of Bearl and Wanda King at 3400 Ky. 49, where flames already had engulfed the entire second floor, according to the Lt. Nick Scott of the Brush Creek Volunteer Fire Department.

    Six people have been indicted for their roles in a string of burglaries that occurred nearly three years ago.

  • Church News April 18

    Brush Creek

    Sunday morning service attendance was 65. Bro. Scott Cochran is doing better after his accident and had the message “The Storms are Raging” Matthew 8:23-27. Sunday night service Bro David Dial’s Message was “It’s Not My Fault but it’s My Problem”. Revival will go through the 21st. Birthdays: Tammy Taylor and Lindsey Cochran. Children’s Church had 9. Pledges were recited by everyone. Abby and Kennan Atwood, and friend sang “Jesus Loves Me”.

  • District Court News April 18

    March 29

    Misty Dawn Hatter pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing first degree. Sentenced to 20 days in jail, balance to be conditionally discharged if one year no new violation of law and no contact with victim.

    Sondra Wells pleaded guilty to assault fourth degree minor injury. Sentenced to five days in jail with two to serve, balance to be conditionally discharged if one year no new violation of law and no contact with victim.

  • Circuit Court News April 18

    April 9

    Amanda Hutchinson pleaded guilty to trafficking a controlled substance first degree, first offense drug unspecified and driving a motor vehicle while license is suspended for DUI second offense. She will be sentenced on May 30.

    Jerry Cochran pleaded guilty to bail jumping first degree, receiving stolen property under $10,000, DUI first offense, no operator/moped license. He will be sentenced on May 14.

    Bobby Todd Richards pleaded guilty to trafficking a controlled substance first offense, first degree (meth). He will be sentenced on May 14.

  • Police News April 18

    April 3

    Taryn Parr, of Liberty, was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief third degree. According to the citation she allegedly kicked a hole in a door and broker a cup maker at the Liberty Ranch. Her court date is set for April 26.

    April 5

  • Out of the past April 18

    10 Years Ago

    Week of April 16, 2008

    Was Barbara Jean Allen under the influence of drugs when her car crashed into a local convenience store? A jury said she was. Last week, the jury heard testimony from 18 witnesses and arguments from Commonwealth’s Attorney Brian Wright and the defendant’s attorney, Ted Lavitt of Lebanon. After nearly four hours of deliberation, a Casey County Circuit Court jury found Allen guilty of five of six charges.

  • Police News April 11

    March 29

    Joshua Trent Roy, 36, of Liberty was arrested for misdemeanor Alcohol intoxication in a public place first and second offense. Officers received a call about three males causing a disturbance in the Liberty Manor parking lot, when officers arrived Roy was carrying a baseball bat and stated he was about to fight the other subjects. Roy admitted to drinking earlier in the day.

    March 30

  • District Court News April 11

    James R. Curtsinger pleaded not guilty to assault fourth degree domestic violence no visible injury. His case has been continued for six months and will be dismissed in six month if there is no further violation of law.

    Samantha Bevers pleaded not guilty to assault fourth degree domestic violence no visible injury. Her case will be dismissed in six month if there is no further violation of law.