Public Records

  • District Court News May 8

    April 30

    Branden S. York pleaded guilty to failure to owner to maintain required insurance/security first offense. He was sentenced 10 days in jail. He also had his case for one headlight dismissed upon proof.

    Eric E. Hartness pleaded guilty to public intoxication of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to a fine of $270.50 due in six months.

    Kelly Ray Cole had her case for theft by unlawful taking all others $500 or more but less than $10,000 sent to the Casey County Grand Jury after probable cause was found during a hearing.

  • Police News May 8

    April 28

  • Property Transfers May 8

    Feb. 18

    David Grider and Margaret Grider of Liberty to John Tyler Clements and Meaghan Clements of Stanford, a certain tract of land lying on the waters of Brush Creek on the west side of the Bryant Ridge Road at the junction of the old road connecting with Kentucky 70 for $35,500.

    Feb. 19

    David C. Whilden and Phyllisteen Whilden to James A. Sackett and Jean M. Sackett of Bethelridge, a certain tract of land at the community of Mintonville in Casey County for $55,000.

    Feb. 21

  • Out of the Past May 8

    10 Years Ago

    Week of May 6, 2009

    Dan and Judy Johnson were celebrating Mother’s Day with a newly adopted son from Korea. The boy arrived a few months prior after a 14-hour flight from the Asian country.

    Local health officials were monitoring swine flu as it made its way into Kentucky. All Casey Countians were encouraged to be proactive in their daily activities, as a vaccine was not available.

  • Out of the Past May 8 Part two

    Three charged with use of explosives on fish

    From the May 7, 1959 issue of The Casey County News

    Three Taylor County men have been charged with using explosives on fish in Green River.

    Conservation Officer Merl Toms said they were Lynn “Red” Tucker, his brother Ocie Tucker, and Samuel Jones.

    Toms and Deputy Sheriff Howard Hatfield found the three men on the river close to the Adair County line on the farm of Pleas Wesley. They were up the river a little from a hole of water known as The Stump.

  • Out of the Past May 8 Part three
  • District Court News May 1

    April 23

    Miranda Summers pleaded guilty to assault fourth degree minor injury.

    Stephen K. Edwards pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking or displacement shoplifting under $500. He was sentenced to five days in jail with credit for five days.

    Bobby Joe Bryant pleaded not guilty to license to be in possession, failure to wear seat belts and failure to produce an insurance card. He has a pretrial conference scheduled for June 27.

  • Police News May 1

    April 18

    Josh McElroy, 24, of Liberty was cited for receiving stolen property under $500. According to the police report, McElroy was riding a bicycle that the victim stated belongs to her son.

    April 20

  • Out of the Past May 1

    10 Years Ago

    Week of April 29, 2009

    The American Diabetes Team Deanna, in conjunction with the Sycamore Flats Flywheelers, hosted a benefit tractor ride, raffle, games and music in Clementsville. The proceeds of more than $1,400 went to the American Diabetes Association, according to event organizer Jonathan Woodrum.

    Two men who escaped from a Bell County facility on April 20 were apprehended in Casey County on Thursday and Friday.

  • Police News April 24

    April 12

    Edward C. Fields, 32, of Richmond, was served a Madison County bench warrant for a probation violation for a felony offense.

    April 13

    Brian Padgett, 37, of Liberty, was served a complaint warrant for menacing. According to the warrant, the victim stated on April 11, he intentionally placed the victim in reasonable apprehension of imminent physical injury by telling him that he was going to beat his brains out and while at the E-911 dispatch he told the victim to come outside so they could fight.