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Public Records

  • Police News Feb. 20

    Feb. 7

    Roger L. Sharp, 34, of Dunnville, was arrested for no registration plates, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance/security first offense and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. According to the police report, Sharp was observed traveling west on Kentucky 70 operating a vehicle that officer Grider knew the subject did not have an operating license and this was the third offense of him driving on a suspended license. The vehicle had expired 2017 tags and Sharp could not produce an insurance card.

  • Out of the Past Feb. 20

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 4, 2019

    The teenager accused of trying to kill her grandfather by lacing his coffee with antifreeze was scheduled to go before a jury this summer. Brittney Ann Mill, 19, was in Casey Circuit Court Monday morning for a pre-trial conference. During the proceeding, Judge James G. Weddle set Miller’s trial date for Aug. 12.

    Five people were sentenced to a combined 84 years in prison for their roles in 18 break-ins that occurred in 2005.

  • Out of the Past Feb. 13

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 11, 2009

    Residents were slowly recovering from a Jan. 27 ice storm that left several in Casey County without power for weeks. In Casey County, an estimated 1,927 Inter County Energy customers lost power. Many were frustrated with a lack of communication from Inter County Energy, but the company said its 12 phone lines were tied up the entire time.

  • District Court news Feb. 13

    Jan. 31

    Belisario Gomez Allamilla pleaded guilty to no operators/moped license. He was sentenced to a fine of $175.50 due in six months.

    David Austin Lynn pleaded guilty to DUI first offense, failure to wear seat belts, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt and failure to produce an insurance card. He was sentenced to a 90-day license suspension, a fine of $735.50 and ADE classes.

    Richard Shanon Delong pleaded not guilty to operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. He had a pretrial hearing on Feb. 5.

  • Casey County Grand Jury indicts 16

    The Casey County Grand Jury met on Jan. 28 and came back with indictments on 16 individuals.

  • Property transfers Feb. 13

    Aug. 21

    Thomas J. Estes and Teresa Ann Estes of Kings Mountain to Ryan Wilhelm and Michelle Wilhelm of Liberty, one certain parcel of land being in Casey County and on Kentucky Highway 70 for $200,000.

    Aug. 24

    James T. Bryant and Earnestin Bryant of Indiana to Lanny Pendergraft and Donna Pendergraft of Gravel Switch, a certain parcel of land located in Casey County for $7,000.

    Aug. 27

  • Police News Feb. 5

    Jan. 25

    Ashley Blake, 29, of Albany, was arrested on the execution of an indictment warrant for trafficking a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and possession of marijuana. Arresting officer was Vance Davis.

    Jan. 26

  • District Court News Feb. 6

    Jan. 22

    Vonda Rena Rigdon pleaded guilty to operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license and DUI second offense. She was sentenced to 14 days in jail with credit for one day, a $915.50 fine, a year license suspension and ADE classes.

    Matthew Tyler Lynn pleaded guilty to public intoxication of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to a fine of $215.50 due in six months.

  • Property Transfers Feb. 6

    Aug. 14

    Ronnie Howard Oren and Yvette Petra Oren of Liberty to Paul R. Williams and Donna Anita Williams of Texas, a parcel of land lying on the waters of Caney Fork Creek on the east side of Kentucky 1547 approximately 1.1 miles north of the junction of Kentucky 70 in Casey County for $229,900.

    Adam T. Wilson and Kristen Iris Wilson of Hustonville to Jarod C. Sword of Liberty, a certain parcel of land lying on the south side of Kentucky highway 1649 near the junction of the Calhoun Creek road in Casey County for $160,000.

  • Out of the Past Feb. 6

    Editor’s note: Most of the identies of those pictured in last week’s “Liberty Grill Shop” have been identified: at the counter, from left to right: Commonwealth’s Attorney H. Meyer Garner, Circuit Court Clerk Little Ed Cundiff, postman Cale “Buster” Brown, County Judge Hershel Brown, and Ott Brown.

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 4, 2009