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Public Records

  • Police News July 25

    July 12

    Brandon Scott Shofner, 27, of Greensburg, was cited for misdemeanor theft by deception including cold checks under $500.

    According to the police report, Shofner issued a check to Crockett Trail in the amount of $70, knowing that it would not be honored. He had a court date on July 19.

    July 13

    Brittany Riddle, 24, of Liberty, was arrested for alcohol intoxication in a public place first and second offense and fleeing or evading police second degree (on foot).

  • District Court news July 25

    July 17

    Daniel T. Abell pleaded guilty to no/expired registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security first offense and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. He was sentenced to a $700.50 fine or $250.50 fine if he has proof of transfer by July 31.

    Michael Craig Durham pleaded guilty to drug paraphernalia buy/possess. He was sentenced to $150 plus costs and fees and 30 days probated if one year no new violations of law.

  • Out of the Past July 25

    10 Years Ago

    Week of July 23, 2008

    With gas topping more than $4 a gallon, people were being forced to take a hard look at their driving habits and perhaps find cheaper, more gas efficient vehicles.

    Casey County High School canceled its marching band due to a lack of interested students.

    Health insurance options for county employees were being considered by the Casey County Fiscal Court after representatives from the Kentucky Association of Counties and Tarter and Roberts Insurance presented potential coverage plans.

  • Marriages

    Amanda Gail Hughes, 38, of Manchester, a resident associate to David Ray Poff, 39, of Liberty, a floor tech.

    Coleene Gulley Preston, 60, of Lancaster, a nurse to Ron D. Haggard, 66, of Liberty, who’s retired.

    Samantha Jo Coffman, 21, of Liberty, a phlebotomist to Colton Aaron Taylor, 24, of Liberty, a paper mill operator.

    Jocelyn Summer Bree Stephens, 20, of Liberty, whose in loan servicing to Steven Zachary Pittman, 24, of Liberty, a welder.

  • Police news July 18

    June 29

    Robert G. Woods, 54, of Liberty, was arrested for a violation of Kentucky EPO/DUO. According to the police report on June 29, police located Woods and served the violation on him and arrested him. He has a court date scheduled for Aug. 7.

  • District Court news July 18

    July 10

    Chad Allen Peyton pleaded guilty to failure to register a transfer of a motor vehicle, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, no/expired registration plates and operating on suspended/revoked operators license. He was sentenced to an $800.50 fine due in six months.

    Chad Allen Peyton pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing first degree. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail.

  • Circuit Court news July 18

    July 9

    Christopher Clark Davis was sentenced to three years in jail and probated for five years for possession of a controlled substance first degree, second degree (methamphetamine).

    Amanda Hutchinson was sentenced to two years in jail for trafficking a controlled substance first degree, first offense (drug unspecified) and driving a motor vehicle while her license was suspended for DUI third offense.

  • Property transfers

    May 2

    Kathryn E. Leigh of Danville and Jennifer L. Terry of Danville, Co-trustees of the Terry family trust to Kerry D. Cundiff and Connie S. Cundiff of Liberty and Darrin Cundiff and Rachyl H Cundiff of Liberty. A certain parcel of land bordering on the east side of US Highway 127 on the waters of Carpenters Creek in the Wedgewood estates subdivision of Casey County for $2,500.

    May 4

    Norman Childress of Dunnville to Leslie K. Wilson of Russell Springs. A parcel of land being and lying in Casey County.

  • Out of the Past July 18

    10 Years Ago

    Week of July 16, 2008

    Details regarding a lawsuit that was settled the prior month between five girls and 13 Casey County school district officials had yet to be released.

    Even local organizations, such as the Casey County Ag Development Council, had difficulty finding farmers to be members of their board. A stipulation in their rules requires two “young” farmers (under the age of 40) to be on the council.

  • Police News July 11

    June 14

    Jason Alan Carter, 30, of Jamestown was cited for misdemeanor theft by deception.

    According to the police report, Cater issued a check to Windsor Grocery in the amount of $43.12, knowing that it would not be honored by the drawee bank. Cater has failed to make good on the payment within ten days after receiving notice of refusal. He has a court date set for July 10.

    June 16