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Public Records

  • Out of the Past Nov. 14

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Nov. 12, 2008

    A Liberty teenager who was driving a vehicle struck by a county road department truck nearly two years ago had filed suit against the driver and Casey County Fiscal Court.

    Most residents served by the Liberty Water Department could remember about this time the previous year when their drinking water gave off a foul smell and an odd taste.

  • Property Transfers

    June 6

    Morris Bryant of Liberty to Morris Bryant, Clyde Zane Allen and Richie Thomas Keith as trustees for and on behalf of the Liberty Tabernacle Church of Liberty, a certain tract of land lying on the waters of Green River on the west side of US Highway 127 approximately one fourth of a mile south of the Green River Bridge in Liberty for $1.

    June 7

  • Marriage Licenses

    Reianna Teal Nicole Clements, 20, of Liberty, a CNA/SRNA to Jordan Ray Luttrell, 24, of Liberty, unemployed.

    Amelia Henry Schrock, 21, of Liberty, a homemaker to Abie Herman Gingerich, 22, of Tennessee, a sawmill operator.

    Sharon Renee Cochran, 47, of Liberty, a medical record coder to Robert Thomas Gilpin, 37, of Liberty, a construction worker.

    Kristin Kayla Eads, 22, of Liberty, a waitress to Prospero Ramirez Hernandez, 40, of Liberty, a cook.

  • Police News Nov. 14

    Oct. 31

    Jordan Sims, 25, of Liberty, was arrested for alcohol intoxicaion in a public place first and second offense. According to the police report, Sims was seen walking down Hustonville Street, after earlier recceiving a call about Sims being intoxicated, upon contact with police, he had a strong odor of alcohol, he had a very slurred speech and was swinging from side to side on his one leg stand and officers had to stop the test due to poor balance. Sims stated that he had drank 10 or 11 beers. He has a court date scheduled for Nov. 15.

    Nov. 4

  • Out of the Past Nov. 7

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Nov. 5, 2008

    Marilyn Coffey, a retired Casey County educator with 28 years of experience, won the seat of School board member for District 5 yesterday in more than a 2-to-1 advantage over her opponent, Stacie Wilkerson.

    A large number of voters hit the polls in Casey County as local precinct officials said early Tuesday afternoon that voters were turning out in record numbers to decide who will win contests from the nation scene to the local level.

  • Police News Nov. 7

    Oct. 25

  • Property Transfers

    May 30

    Judy Phillips of Liberty to Daniel Kelley Tarter and Sara Danielle Tarter of Dunnville, a certain house and lot situated in the town of Liberty on the south side of Middleburg Street for $144,000.

    June 1

  • District Court News Nov. 7

    Oct. 23

    Diana K. Perkins pleaded guilty to reckless driving. She was sentenced to a fine of $240.50 due in six months. She also had her case for speeding 26 MPH over/greater dismissed.

    Jamie Harris pleaded not guilty to reckless driving, DUI first offense, no/expired registration plates and two counts of carrying a concealed deadly weapon. He had a pretrial hearing on Oct. 25.

    Oct. 25

    Angela Smith pleaded guilty to theft of services. She was sentenced to 13 days in jail with credit for 13 days.

  • Property Transfers Oct. 31

    June 11

    Timothy H. Gillock and Terri Ellen Gillock of Liberty to Terry Lynn Unruh and Raquel Dawn Unruh of Liberty, a certain tract or parcel of land lying on the waters of Mason Creek on the east side of the mason creek county road approximately one fourth mile north of the junction with Henson Ridge Road in the Cantown area of Casey County for $38,500.

    Misty Dawn Bastin and Jason Bastin of Dunnville to Ryan Casey Durham of Liberty and Charles M. Brown and Marsha Brown of Hustonville, a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Casey County for $38,880.

  • District Court News Oct. 31

    Oct. 16

    Asia L. Tucker pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing third degree and public intoxication of a controlled substance. She was sentenced to a fine of $265.50 due in six months.

    Shannon Snow pleaded guilty to assault fourth degree minor injury. She was sentenced to 28 days in jail conditionally discharged if one year no new further violations of law. She will serve on weekend in jail and will reported for it on Oct. 26.