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Public Records

  • District Court News Mar. 7

    Feb. 20

    Regina Erin Skipper pleaded not guilty to trafficking in marijuana, a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, and drug paraphernalia. She had a court date Feb. 22, in which her case was bound over to the Casey County Grand Jury.

    Clyde Edmond Miller pleaded not guilty to receiving stolen property under $10,000. He had a preliminary hearing Feb. 22, in which the case was bound over to the grand jury.

  • Police News Mar. 7

    Feb. 28

    Amber D Duncan, 30, of Liberty, was charged with disorderly conduct in the second degree. According to her citation, Casey County Deputy Sheriff Chad Weddle responed to a report of a fight on Phillips Street at around 4 p.m. Feb. 25. When he arrived Duncan was arguing with another woman. She called the woman a vulgarity after Weddle told her to stop. Her next court date is March 13 at 9 a.m.

  • Property Transfers Mar. 7

    Jan. 2

    Brad Vaughn and Melissa Vaughn of Liberty to Lonnie Gartin and Rebecca Gartin and Carol Akers of Dearborn Heights, Michigan for a certain tract of land lying in Casey County on the waters of Calhoun Creek for $23,000.

    Jan. 5

    Shelia Hamilton of Waynesburg to Danny Sims of Waynesburg four tracts of land lying on the waters of Knob Lick Creek in Casey County.

  • Out of the past Mar. 7

    10 Years Ago

    Week of March 5, 2008

    A Casey County teenager who was in a vehicle struck by a county road department truck in December 2006 has filed suit, against the county and the driver of the truck.

    Kayla Usi, who was 17 and a student at Casey County High School when the wreck occurred on Dec. 20, 2006, filed the civil action Feb. 27 in Casey Circuit Court through her attorney Jonathan R. Spalding of Lebanon.

  • District Court news Feb. 28

    Feb. 15

    Michael Jay Wethington pleaded not guilty to a charge of menacing. He has court March 6.

    Bonnie J Root pleaded not guilty to assault fourth degree, minor injury. She has court March 6.

    Bryan Estill McClain pleaded not guilty to public intoxication by controlled substance, and cultivating less than five marijuana plants. He has court March 1.

    Feb. 20

    Jamie Floyd Harris’ charge of carrying a concealed deadly weapon was dismissed and his gun was ordered to be returned to him.

  • Circuit Court news Feb. 28

    Feb. 12

    Justin Lee Adams pleaded guilty to bail jumping in the first degree, convicted felon in possession of a firearm, driving on a suspended license, DUI, possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine), and drug paraphernalia. He will be sentenced March 26 at 1 p.m.

    Sarah Nicely pleaded guilty to and amended charge of receiving stolen property worth less than $10,000. She will be sentenced March 12.

  • Property transfers Feb. 28

    Dec. 21

    Gene Lee Sweet and Tammy Gail Sweet of Bethelridge to Carroll Ray Haste of Bethelridge. A parcel of land boarding both sides of Rock Lick Road and lying on the headwaters of Rock Lick Creek for $13,763.58.

    Jeff Mason of Liberty to Malcolm W. Douglas of Liberty. A certain parcel of land lying at the north intersection of Gritton Avenue and Hustonville Street in the City of Liberty, Casey County Kentucky for $28,000.

    Dec. 22

  • Police news Feb. 28

    Feb. 19

    George S Webb, III, 30, of Hustonville, was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property under $10,000. He had possession of a stolen four-wheeler. He pleaded not guilty Feb. 22 and was bound over to the Casey County Grand Jury.

  • Out of the past Feb. 28

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 27 2008

    The 13 people named as defendants in a lawsuit filed nearly two years ago by five Casey County High School students have been granted separate trials. Circuit Judge James G. Weddle granted the motion for separate trials on Feb. 1, which was filed by William A. Hoback, a Louisville attorney representing 11 of the defendants.

  • Circuit Court News Feb. 21

    Feb. 12

    Daniel Wade Cornett pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of controlled substance, first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) from Feb. 13, 2017, as well as a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance first degree, first offense, less than two grams (meth). He was sentenced to four years total to be served consecutive to a sentence he is already serving.