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Public Records

  • Casey County Grand Jury indicts six individuals

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    The Casey County Grand Jury met on Sept. 10 and indicted six individuals for mostly drugs and theft.

    Daniel Travis Abell, 26, of Liberty, was indicted for bail jumping in the first degree. According to the indictment, Abell intentionally failed to appear before the Casey County District Court on Aug. 16 where he is alleged to have committed a felony.

  • Police News

    Aug. 24

    Joseph Goforth, 56, of Yosemite, was arrested for trafficking in marijuana less than eight ounces second offense and drug paraphernalia buy/possess. Goforth has a court date scheduled for Sept. 20.

    Sept. 6

  • District Court News

    Aug. 23

    Daniel T. Abell pleaded not guilty to fleeing or evading police second degree (on foot), possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and drug paraphernalia buy/possess. He had a pretrial hearing on Sept. 4.

  • Property Transfers Sept. 19

    May 21

    Helen Marie Tucker of Russell Springs to Daniel Ray Shrewsbury and Deborah Lynn Shrewsbury of Liberty and Vernon A. Tucker of Russell Springs. A certain tract of land located in Casey County on Walnut Hill Ridge for $50,000.

    May 23

    Lynn V. Floyd and Kathleen Floyd of Bethelridge to Johnnie H. Petersheim of Windsor. A certain tract of land lying on the waters of Rock Lick creek, a branch of Fishing Creek, in Casey County for $4,500.

  • Out of the Past Sept. 19

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Sept. 17, 2008

    The secret was out. Ronnie McDowell, who burst onto the country music scene in 1977 with “The King is Gone,” a tribute to the late Elvis Presley, was the headliner in the Casey County Apple Festival.

  • Police News Sept. 12

    Aug. 16

  • Out of the Past Sept. 12

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Sept. 10, 2008

    A settlement from a 2006 lawsuit in June between fiver former Casey County High School students and 13 educators had yet to be finalized.

    A Casey County couple was indicted on 35 charges handed down in indictments issued by a Casey County grand jury on Friday.

    Two long-time festivals were held in Casey County Saturday as both the Great Outhouse Blowout and Country Day were observed.

  • District Court News Sept. 12

    Aug. 21

    Richard Delong pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property under $500. He was sentenced to six months in jail with 60 days to serve on a work release and the balance to be conditionally discharged if one year no new violations of law and no contact with the complaining witness. He was also fined $160.50 that is due in six months.

  • District Court News Sept. 5

     Aug. 14

    Patty Reid pleaded guilty to no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, no/expired registration plates, failure to produce insurance card and DUI first offense. She was sentenced to a fine of $970.50 due in seven months and 30 days in jail with credit for one day. She pleaded not guilty failure to wear seat belts and had her case from improper display of registration plates dismissed because of a duplication of charges.

  • Police News Sept. 5

    July 26