.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Public Records

  • Public Record: March 13

    Casey District Court
    The following cases were disposed of in Casey District Court. Amounts listed include fines and court costs.

    Feb. 26
    Victor Roy Rogers, second offense DUI  and possession of an open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle, dismissed with the stipulation of probable cause — no proof of operation.

  • Public Record: March 3

    Deeds Recorded
    Book 284

    David and Barbra J. Allen, Liberty, to Casey County Bank, deed in lieu of foreclosure and in consideration of forgiveness of indebtedness in the amount of $27,000 for .89 acres in Casey County.
    Ann Marie Galenski, Liberty, to Vaughan and Gillian Catlett, Oak View, Calif., 5.7 acres on Woods Creek and Joe Wright roads, $93,000.
    Sheila Franklin, administratrix of the estate of Dale Lane, to Sheila Franklin, Liberty, .72 acre on Chestnut Level Road, assumption of $35,000 mortgage indebtedness.

  • Public Record: Feb. 27

    Casey District Court
    The following cases were disposed of in Casey District Court. Amounts listed include fines and court costs.

    Feb. 7
    Lonnie Harris, seven counts of cold checks, defendant incarcerated, review in one year.
    Clayton Stidham, failure to produce insurance card, $190.50; no/expired registration plates, dismissed.
    Gilberto R. Hernandez, no operator’s license, $165.50.
    Leslie H. Scott, improper registration plate, dismissed.

  • Public Record: Feb. 20

    Deeds Recorded
    Book 284
    Donna G. and Thomas C. Bagby, 11327 W. Ky. 70, Liberty, to Donna G. Bagby, Brian L. Bagby, and Kevin L. Bagby, all of 11327 W. Ky. 70, Liberty, three parcels totaling 76 acres on Bushy Branch and in Clementsville, love and affection, fair market value, $20,000.
    Linda F. Caudill, 86 Penny Lane, Liberty, to James and Linda Hargis, Liberty, 3 acres on Scherrer Road, $12,000.

  • Public Record: Feb. 13

    Casey District Court
    The following cases were disposed of in Casey District Court. Amounts listed include fines and court costs.

    Jan. 24
    Ronnie Frank Parton, second-degree promoting contraband, plea of guilty, 14 days in jail, credit for time served.
    Scott Matthew Wright, second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, waive to grand jury.
    William J. Crowe, first offense DUI, second-degree disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and first-degree wanton endangerment, waive to grand jury.

  • Public Record: Feb. 6

    Deeds Recorded
    Book 284
    Christopher Samuel Fair, 692 Lower Brush Creek Road, Liberty, to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, use and benefit of the Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways, 200 Mero St., Frankfort, one parcel containing three tracts: 2.24 acres of right-of-way along Ky. 70 1.3 miles west of new Ky. 70 and U.S. 127 intersection; 13.42 acres of right-of-way along Ky. 70; and .101 acres of temporary easement for entrance construction along Ky. 70 .8 miles west of the Ky. 70/U.S. 127 intersection, $67,500.

  • Public Record: Jan. 30

    Casey District Court
    The following cases were disposed of in Casey District Court. Amounts listed include fines and court costs.

    Jan. 10
    Kenneth M. Wheeler, falsely reporting an incident, plea of guilty, time served.
    Matthew T. Lynn, second offense DUI, plea of guilty, 14 days in jail credit for one, $875.50; improper lane usage and failure to wear seat belts, merge; failure to produce insurance card and careless driving, dismissed.

  • Public Record: Jan. 23

    Deeds Recorded
    Book 283
    Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc., by Joseph G. Johnson, authorized agent, 500 Alcoa Trail Maryville, Tenn., to Michael S. and Ella Nicole Vanoy, 10225 Ky. 49, Liberty, 2.494 acres on Ky. 49 in the Jacktown area, $55,000.
    Betty McCormick, 295 Treasure Barn Road, Liberty, to Thomas K. and Barbara A. Toula, 1 Foxlair Court, Laytonsville, Md., 50 acres near South Fork, $122,500.

  • Public Record: Jan. 16

    Casey District Court
    The following cases were disposed of in Casey District Court. Amounts listed include fines and court costs.

    Kaleb Compton, theft by unlawful taking, plea of guilty, 30 days in jail, serve five, credit for one, balance probated for one year if no new violations of the law and pay restitution as determined by the Commonwealth.
    Shawnee Crawley, theft by unlawful taking, plea of guilty, 30 days in jail, probated for one year if no new violations of the law and pay restitution as determined by the Commonwealth.

  • Public Record: Jan. 9 (food inspections)

    Food Inspections
    The Casey County Health Department routinely inspects food service establishments and retail food markets to determine compliance with state law. Establishments are scored from 0 to 100.

    Oct. 1
    El Mexicano
    Food service: 94
    Potentially hazardous ready-to-eat food items in walk-in cooler not date marked.
    Food stored in plastic container on floor in walk-in cooler.
    Oct. 12
    Follow-up: 100
    All critical violations corrected.

    Oct. 15