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Public Records

  • District Court News Oct. 31

    Oct. 16

    Asia L. Tucker pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing third degree and public intoxication of a controlled substance. She was sentenced to a fine of $265.50 due in six months.

    Shannon Snow pleaded guilty to assault fourth degree minor injury. She was sentenced to 28 days in jail conditionally discharged if one year no new further violations of law. She will serve on weekend in jail and will reported for it on Oct. 26.

  • Police News

    Oct. 18

  • Out of the Past Oct. 31

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Oct. 29, 2008

    Voters in Liberty, Casey County and across the nation were getting ready to go to the polls that next Tuesday, to cast their ballots for candidates ranging from President of the United States to the Liberty City Council.

    If it’s Halloween, it must be tax time, at least in Casey County. The county’s 2008 property tax bills were heading out Wednesday according to Marvine Crutcher, a deputy in Sherriff Jerry Coffman’s office who is in charge of the tax bills.

  • Casey County Indictments

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    Daphne Mae Crowe, 43, of Liberty, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in the first degree, third offense (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and no operator’s license. According to the indictment, Crowe knowingly and unlawfully possessed methamphetamine on Aug. 19 with the intent of use that violated KRS 218A. She also knowingly and unlawfully possessed marijuana on the same date, while driving with no operator’s license.

  • Out of the Past Oct. 24

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Oct. 22, 2008

    A former Casey County man died and his friend was critically injured as a result of an altercation with a neighbor. McKenzie Ryan Elmore, 31, of Kings Mountain died from multiple stab wounds he received in a fight with a neighbor, James Naylor, according to a Kentucky State Police news release.

    About 340 children from Liberty Elementary School kicked off Red Ribbon Week Monday at the Village Green behind City Hall.

  • Property Transfers

    June 1

    Angela J. Luttrell and Brad Luttrell of Dunnville to Oren Dale Hatter of Liberty, a certain house and lot situated on highway 198 between Knob Lick Creek and Green River, being a triangle shape parcel containing one-half acre for $1,000.

    June 4

    Karen Denise Pennington Bodner and Michael Winfred Bodner of Danville to Macke Edward Shelton of Scottsville, a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Casey County on Dry Ridge and the waters of Hickman Creek and being on the west side of Kentucky highway 1649 for $40,000.

  • 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.