Public Records

  • District Court News July 11

    June 26

    Rhonda M. Inabnitt had her case for operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license dismissed upon proof.

    Jimmy E. Hughes had his case for criminal trespassing third degree and terroristic threatening third degree dropped without prejudice.

    James M. Bell had his case for assault fourth degree no visible injury, menacing and resisting arrest dropped without prejudice.

  • Out of the Past July 11

    10 Years Ago

    Week of July 9, 2008

    A massive fireball kicked off the start of “Thunder on the Green” at the Central Kentucky AG/EXPO Center on Friday night. The huge fireworks show drew thousands of people to the area.

    A Casey County woman who formerly worked at the Dunnville Post Office was sentenced to three years’ probation after pleading guilty to embezzlement.

    Several injury and non-injury vehicle collisions over the July 4th holiday weekend left 11 injured on area roadways.

  • Property Transfers

    April 16

    Thomas Beachy and Fannie Beachy of Liberty to Thomas Beachy, John Miller, Joseph Beachy as trustees of the Casey Amish Church. A certain tract of land lying on he east R/W of Hicks Road located in the Clementsville Community of Casey County.

    Dennis Gallagher of Liberty to Gregory Alan Branam and Sarah Wilkerson Branam of Danville. A certain parcel of land located in Casey County for $38,000.

    April 17

  • Circuit Court news July 4

    June 25

    James L. Hines was sentenced to five years total and probated five years for possession of a controlled substance first-degree third offense (methamphetamine), drug paraphernalia buy/possess and tampering with physical evidence.

    Tami Sue Campbell pleaded guilty to trafficking in marijuana less than 8 oz. second offense and drug paraphernalia buy/possess. She will be sentenced on Aug. 13.

  • Out of the Past July 4

    10 Years Ago

    Week of July 2, 2008

    A Casey County teen pleaded guilty to reckless homicide in connection with his cousin’s death the previous year.

    From just after dawn to way after dusk, Casey Countians celebrated our county’s independence and the 200th birthday of the county seat all day long on Friday.

  • District Court News June 27

    June 12

    Samantha Ann Yocum pleaded guilty to failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance. She was sentenced to a $200.50 fine due in six months.

    Victor Gonzalez Diaz pleaded guilty to no operators/moped license. He was sentenced to a $175.50 fine due in six month.

  • Circuit Court News June 27

    June 11

    William Ed Bullock III was sentenced to seven years total for trafficking a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and persistent felony offender.

    Misty D. Bernard was sentenced to ten years; probated for five years for trafficking a controlled substance first degree, second offense (methamphetamine).

    Emma H. Bailey was sentenced to three years, probation denied for possession of a controlled substance first-degree first offense (methamphetamine), drug paraphernalia buy/possess and bail jumping first degree.

  • Out of the Past June 27

    10 Years Ago

    Week of June 25, 2008

    Five former Casey County High School students who filed a civil suit against 13 educators in the Casey County school system nearly two years ago were awaiting a settlement.

    City officials encouraged everyone to “Celebrate Liberty: again this year for the annual downtown observance of the Fourth of July. This years patriotic festivities will celebrate Independence Day as well as commemorating the City of Liberty’s 200th birthday.

  • Police News June 20

    June 1

  • Casey County Grand Jury indicts four


    The Casey County Grand Jury met on June 11 and indicted four individuals for crimes.