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  • Police News May 9

    April 23

    Daniel Lynn Brown, 33, of Hustonville was arrested for misdemeanor theft by unlawful taking deception cold checks. According to the arrest report Brown issued a check to Liberty Shell Mart for $35.00 knowing that the drawn bank would not honor it. Mr. Brown had no account with the drawn bank at the time the check was issued.

    April 30

  • District Court News May 9

    May 1

    Gregory G. Woodrum had his case dropped without prejudice on charges of assault fourth degree domestic violence no visible injury.

    Rodney Lee Fair had his case dropped without prejudice on charges for public intoxication of a controlled substance.

    Jacob W. Miller had his case of operating on a suspended/revoked license and careless driving dismissed upon proof.

    Anthony Powers Bernard pleaded guilty to operating on a suspended/revoked license and carless driving. He was sentenced to a $275.50 fine.

  • Circuit Court News May 9

    April 23

    Gregory J. Sallee pleaded guilty to burglary second degree, possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and theft by unlawful taking all others under $500 or more but under $10,000. He will be sentenced on May 30.

  • Property Transfers May 9

    Jan. 30

  • Marriage Licenses

    Torie Beth Yocum, 38, of Liberty, a waitress to Gregory James Sallee, 38, of Liberty, a construction worker.

    Kelsey Ann King, 25, of Hustonville, a licensed practical nurse to Kaleb West Durham, 26, of Hustonville, a pip welder.

    Angela Gail Dick, 41, of Lexington, a senior officer assistant to Anthony Lee Cook, 42, of Liberty, a retired US army member.

    Stephanie Daphne Means, 32, of Liberty, a tax preparer to Jonnie Wayne McAninch, 34, of Liberty, a truck driver.

  • Out of the Past May 9

    10 Years Ago

    Week of May 7, 2008

    A cloud of honeybees caused quite a stir in downtown Liberty Thursday afternoon as thousands of the insects buzzed around the stoplight on Courthouse Square before moving on to the lawn in front of the courthouse.

    Casey Count’s proposed budget for the 2008-09 fiscal years was up slightly over the current budget, but Judge Executive Ronald Wright said that could change.

  • Circuit Court News May 2

    April 23

    Rabecca J Hobbs was sentenced to five years in jail and five year probation for three counts of burglary third degree, theft by unlawful taking or displacement all others under $500, two counts of persistent felony offender, possession of a controlled substance first degree, second offense (methamphetamine), possession of a controlled substance first degree, second offense (drug unspecified), DUI first offense, possession of a controlled substance third degree (drug unspecified) and drug paraphernalia buy/possess.

  • Police News May 2

    April 18

    Kallie Hatter, 33, Kings Mountain, was cited for misdemeanor parent or custodian send child to school. Her court date is scheduled for May 1.

    Charles A Hatter, 36, of Kings Mountain, was cited for misdemeanor parent or custodian send child to school. His court date is scheduled for May 1.

    April 19

  • District Court News May 2

    April 24

    Allison P. Jones pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking or displacement shoplifting under $500. She was sentenced to five days in jail with credit for three, with her balance being conditionally discharged if one year no new violations of law and no complaints with Dollar General. She has six months to pay $55.

    April 26

  • Out of the Past May 2

    10 Years Ago

    Week of April 30, 2008

    Two Casey County men are among 14 people from five states who have been named in a federal indictment a multi-state marijuana distribution ring.

    The Casey County school district isn’t alone in its efforts to save money as costs increase. Casey County School Superintendent Linda Hatter said school districts across the Commonwealth are tightening their belts to cut costs. Some districts are losing jobs and being forced to cut programs.