Public Records

  • Property Transfers Feb. 7


    Dec. 13

    Dottie Maxwell, of Middlesboro, Kelly Teresa Lynn Maxwell, of Liberty and James Maxwell and Melinda Maxwell, of Liberty to Crystal Brown and Brandon Brown of Liberty. A parcel of land boarding on the west side of Jackie Hollow Road and lying on the headwaters of Woods Creek of Casey County for $17,000.

    Dec. 14

  • Street Beat Feb. 7

    Jan. 22

    10:57 a.m., dog complaint at 121 Montgomery Street.

    10:59 a.m., injury accident at 10 Elmore Hill Road.

    11:17 a.m., custody complaint on Gerald Buis Road.

    3:55 p.m., reckless driver complaint in IGA parking lot.

    4:13 p.m., non-injury accident at Save A Lot parking lot.

    4:39 p.m., officer requested at Liberty Square.

    5:03 p.m., officer requested at 334 Brook Drive.

    6:32 p.m., officer requested at 612 Patterson Road.

    9:11 p.m., alarm drop at 602 Elmore Hollow Road.

  • District Court News Feb. 7

    Jan. 30

    Brandi Mae Keith elected to proceed to circuit court via a “rocket docket.” She is charged with DUI 1st offense, no license, possession of a controlled substance 2nd degree (drug unspecified), possession of a controlled substance 1st degree, 1st offense (methamphetamine), drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.

  • Circuit Court News Feb. 7

    Jan. 22

    Michaela N Dudgeon pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance 1st degree, 1st offense (methamphetamine). She was sentenced to three years, probated five years. Charges for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed.

  • Out of the Past Feb. 7

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 6, 2008

    A Casey County couple, who have remained in jail since their arrest more than two months ago for a 2005 robbery, were indicted.

    Kathy Goode found out the roof had blown off the Sunrise Café, a victim of ferocious winds that accompanied a line of severe thunderstorms that blew through Kentucky from north to south.

    The Casey County Extension District filed a civil suit against the man who designed a building for them, as well as three firms involved with the construction of the building.

  • Police News Jan. 31

    Jan. 22

    Ryan Williams, 41, of Danville, was charged with theft by deception including cold checks under $500, after he allegedly issued a check to a Liberty store for $360.34, knowing it would not be honored.

    Bradley W Poynter, 43, of Waynesburg, was charged with theft by deception including cold checks under $500 after he allegedly passed a check to a store for $245.01, when he had no account with the bank when the check was issued

  • District Court News Jan. 31

    Jan. 23

    Chris D Cundiff was found guilty of fleeing or evading police second degree (motor vehicle). He was sentenced to a fine and six months in jail

    Jamie Floyd Harris pleaded not guilty to carrying a concealed deadly weapon. The pre trail conference is scheduled for Feb. 6.

    Cindy R Lynn pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking or displacement shoplifting under $50. Sentenced to five days in jail with two to serve and a fine.

  • Circuit Court News Jan. 31

    Jan. 9

    Glen C. Naylor was sentenced to two years, probation denied, for manufacturing methamphetamine first offense, possession of controlled substance first degree, first offense (meth), and persistent felony offender.

    Jan. 22

    Ashley Waychoff pleaded guilty to possession of controlled substance first degree, first offense (meth), and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Jacqulyn Leann Harwick was sentenced to five year, probated five years, for complicity to burglary second degree, and complicity to burglary third degree.

  • Flood files three-cent gas fee for safer public school buses

    Office of House Minority Caucus

    Calling the school bus the first classroom most students enter every weekday, state Rep. Kelly Flood filed House Bill 211 today that would add a three-cent fee to the state’s gas tax and permanently dedicate the revenue to replenishing aging bus fleets.

  • Police News Jan. 24

    Jan. 5

    Mark Edward Chesseman, 56, of Windsor, was arrested for four counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. He allegedly shot his firearm directly into an area where four people were walking down the road, after yelling at them to not break in his home.

    Jan. 12