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Public Records

  • Street Beat

    Nov. 6

    7:27 a.m., suspicious person at 1060OB Wilson Road.

    10:01 a.m., escort at 752 Campbellsville Street.

    10:57 a.m., escort at 142 KY 49.

    11:16 a.m., officer requested at 100 Liberty Square.

    5:45 p.m., inspection on Beldon Avenue.

    6:13 p.m., officer out of car on Dry Ridge Road.

    6:24 p.m., officer out of car on Walter Huff Road.

    7:01 p.m., traffic stop on East KY 70.

    10:06 p.m., traffic stop on South US 127.

    10:31 p.m., motorist assist on Hustonville Street.

  • Casey County grand jury indicts 13 in October session

    By Charlie VanLeuven
    Casey County News Editor

    The Casey County grand jury indicted 13 individuals for felony charges in its meeting Oct. 19.

  • Property Transfers

    The following information was taken from Casey County Courthouse records.

    Marvin Rayborn and Debbie Rayborn, Yosemite, to William Stuart Baldock and Kristen Dawn Riddell, Yosemite, a parcel lying on the waters of the Knob Lick Creek, south side of Kentucky Hwy #70, 0.64 acres. $72,000.

    Rita Scott Richardson, Hustonville, to Jerry Denson and Alena Denson, Liberty, a parcel of land on the waters of Fryes Creek, at the junction of Fryes Creek Road, 19.77 acres net. $161,000.

  • Street Beat

    Oct. 23

    8:49 a.m., non-injury accident at Save A Lot.

    12:22 p.m., officer requested at 6491 South US 127.

    12:58 p.m., escort at McKinney Brown.

    1:07 p.m., injury accident at 1440 South KY 501.

    2:29 p.m., officer out of car in Yosemite.

    3:00 p.m., officer requested at 4071 West KY 70.

    3:36 p.m., theft at 616 South Wallace Wilkinson Boulevard.

    5:53 p.m., non-injury accident on Allen Street.

    8:22 p.m., officer out of car on East KY 70.

  • Marriage licenses

    Marriage licenses

    Rosalyn Ann Schneider, 64, of Middleburg, retired, to Robert Lee Haggard, 68, of Middleburg, retired.

    Christina Marie Grant, 30, of Danville, registered nurse, to David Weddle, 31, of Liberty, self employed.

    Haley Miracle Murphy, 24, of Middleburg, teacher assistant, to Devin Lee Burton, 24, Middleburg, lineman.

    Miranda Faith Bell, 19, of Dunnville, Save-A-Lot, to David Tyler Buis, 23, of Dunnville, Save-A-Lot.

  • Property transfers

    Alta M. Tucker, Liberty, to Nathan J. Sizemore and Amy Gay Sizemore, South Fork Creek, property on Teddy-Windsor Road, $116,000.

    Wesley Buck, Liberty, to Christopher and Heather R. Coffman, Liberty, .8 acres off Kentucky 1859, $68,000.

    Janis Annette Brockman, executrix of the George W. Morgan estate, and Troy Brockman, Dunnville, and others to Gary Stege, Dunnville, two tracts on Highway 501, $83,000.

    Betty Sue McCormick, Liberty to Galilean Home Ministries, Liberty, two parcels on Henson Ridge Road, $35,000.

  • Street Beat

    Oct. 16

    11:11 a.m., officer requested on Combs Road.

    3:37 p.m., officer requested on Wall Street.

    4:33 p.m., non-injury accident on North Wallace Wilkinson Boulevard.

    4:38 p.m., officer out of car on KY 206.

    5:28 p.m., officer requested at 138 Middleburg Street.

    5:34 p.m., office out of car on Black Ridge Road.

    6:13 p.m., officer out of car at 355 Popplewell Street.

    10:26 p.m., reckless driver on South US 127.

    Oct. 17

  • Actions from Casey County Circuit Court

    The following cases were heard before Judge Judy Vance Murphy Sept. 25:

    — Marvin Jeff Lee, charged with murder in July 2104, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of second-degree manslaughter and DUI. Sentencing is Nov. 13.

    — Jamie Allen Wethington pleaded guilty to public intoxication of a controlled substance and first-degree first offense possession of a controlled substance meth.

    Sentencing is Nov. 13.

    — Jamie L. Sharp pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Sentencing is Nov. 13.

  • Higdon: Money is only way to save pension system

    By Larry Rowell

    News@caseynews.net

    A packed house of school teachers, retired teachers, current and retired county and state workers greeted two legislators Thursday who came to town to hear concerns about the state’s pension crisis.

    Sen. Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon, and Rep. Daniel Elliott, R-Forkland, spoke to a standing room only crowd at the Casey County Judicial Center.

    Higdon, the elder statesman of the two, spoke for about 15 minutes and then took a variety of questions.

  • Public Record: September 27, 2017

    District court
    Sept. 19

    Mark Sanders, fourth-degree assault domestic violence minor injury, continued 90 days to be dismissed if no further issues, $160.50 due in six months.
    Randy Lawhorn, no or expired Kentucky registration receipt, $25; failure to wear seat belt, $25; possession of marijuana, $150 and 30 days in jail conditionally discharged one year, no new violation; no or expired registration plate and improper registration plate, merged; and failure to issue insurance card, dismissed.