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  • 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.

  • Cook pleads not guilty to assault

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    Angela Gail Cook, 42, of Casey County pleaded not guilty to assault fourth degree domestic violence no visible injury during a Sept. 20 pretrial hearing after allegedly kicking her husband in the groining and blacking another mans eye.

    According to the police report from officer Kenny Patten, Cook admitted to hitting her husband in the groin. She had been drinking and appeared to be extremely intoxicated. Her husband stated that she struck him in the groin and also in the chest.

  • Patels plead not guilty to gambling charges

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    After seizing 22 illegal gambling machines from four convenience stores in Casey County on Sept. 6, the two owners of the stores have pleaded not guilty to all charges.

    Jack Patel, who is facing 13 counts of misdemeanor possession of a gambling machine and Mukeshabai Patel, who is facing six counts of misdemeanor possession of a gambling machine both pleaded not guilty to all charges during a Sept. 20 court date.

    Both have pretrial conference hearings scheduled for Oct. 18.

  • Dunnville man arrested for rape of child

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    On Sept. 24 Kentucky State Police served a Dunnville man with a warrant for arrested for allegedly raping and sexually assaulting a child.

    Trooper Nick Davis arrested Joshua Gayde, 36, of Dunnville, on charges of rape first degree, victim under 12 years of age and sexual abuse first degree, victim under 12 years of age.

    Davis presented the case to the Adair County Grand Jury resulting in the indictment of Gayde.

    He is currently being lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail.  

  • Robbins pleads guilty

    zjohnson@caseynews.net

    Nearly a year after a Casey County women was arrested for stealing a car and then stole a police car, she has pleaded guilty.

    Brittany Robbins, 28, of Liberty, pleaded guilty to two counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, theft by unlawful taking displacement pocket picketing $500 or more less than $10,000 and escape second degree.

    She had her cases for four counts of persistent felony offender second degree dropped without prejudice.

    Robbins is scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 14.

  • Police News Oct. 3

    Sept. 19

  • Out of the Past Oct. 3

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Oct. 1, 2008

    An estimated crowd of more than 10,000 people invaded Casey County this past week for what one Apple Festival official called the best event ever.

    Georgia Humphrey relaxes on the back porch of her home in Liberty, which is her “favorite place” to be, taking in the sunshine and enjoying her flowers Mrs. Humphrey will turn 100 years old on Thursday.

    One of the 48 people involved in the “Operation Join Effort” drug round-up in January has been sentenced to 12 years.

  • Circuit Court News Sept. 26

    Sept. 10

    Kelsey L. Patten was sentenced to two years in jail and a fine of $200 for DUI first offense, possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine), flagrant non-support and drug paraphernalia buy/possess. She also had probation denied.

    George S. Webb III was sentenced to two years in jail for receiving stolen property under $10,000. He had her case for persistent felony offender second degree dismissed.