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Public Records

  • District Court News

    Oct. 9

    Joshua Dwight Gamble had his case for possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine), drug paraphernalia buy/possess, possession of a controlled substance third degree (drug unspecified) and reckless driving sent to the Casey County Grand Jury.

    Joshua Russell Smith pleaded not guilty to DUI first offense and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. He has a pretrial hearing scheduled for Jan. 3.

  • Circuit Court News Oct. 17

    Oct. 4

    Derrick Scott Hamilton pleaded guilty to speeding 17 MPH over the limit, failure to wear seat belts, no operator/moped license, DUI first offense, possession of a controlled substance first degree, third offense (methamphetamine) and drug paraphernalia buy/possess. He will be sentenced on Nov. 26.

    Daniel Travis Abell pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and drug paraphernalia buy/possess. He will be sentenced on Nov. 26.

  • District Court News Oct. 17

    Oct. 4

    Michael Joseph Currens pleaded guilty to DUI first offense. He was sentenced to a fine of $765.50, a 30-day license suspension and ADE classes.

    Allen Neil Blankenship pleaded guilty to speeding 25 MPH over the limit. He was sentenced to a fine of $130.

    Darlene Brown had her case for operating vehicle with an expired operator license dismissed upon proof.

    Melissa Jo Simpson had her cases for failure to wear seat belts, failure to produce an insurance card and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt dismissed upon proof.

  • Out of the Past Oct. 17

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Oct. 17, 2008

    The City of Liberty could have paid less to dispose of its trash, as well as made money off the garbage, if a proposed “waste-to-energy” plan were built in the area.

    A Casey County man who was the first person arrested out of 48 sealed indictments returned by a Casey County grand jury last December had changed his plea.

    Six candidates were vying for four seats on the Casey County Soil Conservation Service District Board in the Nov. 4 general election.

  • District Court News

    Sept. 25

    Hope Nicole Dempsey had her case for drug paraphernalia buy/possess, possession of marijuana, trafficking a controlled substance first degree, second offense (methamphetamine), tampering with physical evidence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct second degree sent to the Casey County Grand Jury.

  • Circuit Court News

    Sept. 24

    William D. Brown was sentenced to five years probated five years for driving on a DUI suspended license second offense, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance first offense, resisting arrest, menacing, driving a motor vehicle while license suspended for DUI third offense, fleeing or evading police second degree (motor vehicle).

  • Property Transfers

    May 25

    Mary Alice Ratcliff of Kings Mountain to Larry R. VanHoose and Deborah A. VanHoose of Somerset, a certain tract of land lying in Casey County for $32,000.

    May 30

    Gloria Dean Wethington of Liberty to Timothy Joseph Wethington of Liberty and Jasper Wayne Wethington of Anchorage, Alaska, a certain parcel of land lying on the waters of Dry Creek of Casey Creek at the intersection of the Raymond Noel County Road and Kentucky Route No. 1859 (Chicken Gizzard Ridge Road) in Casey County.

  • Police News

    Sept. 24

  • Out of the Past Oct. 10

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Oct. 8, 2008

    Compared to the prior year when Lake Liberty was estimated to be at 15 feet below normal pool, local officials said recently that the lake, which covers 88 acres and supplies water to about 5,000 households, businesses and schools, was in pretty good shape.

    Jake and Hazel Vet recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at their home on Black Ridge Road. The couple said that there’s no secret to a long and happy marriage love is what keeps the marriage together through good times and bad.

  • Out of the Past Oct. 10

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Oct. 8, 2008

    Compared to the prior year when Lake Liberty was estimated to be at 15 feet below normal pool, local officials said recently that the lake, which covers 88 acres and supplies water to about 5,000 households, businesses and schools, was in pretty good shape.

    Jake and Hazel Vet recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at their home on Black Ridge Road. The couple said that there’s no secret to a long and happy marriage love is what keeps the marriage together through good times and bad.