Public Records

  • District Court news March 6

    Feb. 21

    Donald Dean Propes pleaded guilty to DUI first offense, license to be in possession, alcohol intoxication in a public place first and second offense and two counts of failure to wear seat belts. He was sentenced to a fine of $765.50 which he was given jail credit for as he is currently serving a three year state sentence, a 90-day license suspension and ADE classes. He also had his case for reckless driving, two counts of alcohol intoxication in a public place first and second offense, menacing and disorderly conduct second degree dismissed without prejudice.

  • Police news March 6

    Feb. 22

    Kevin Hatter, 41, of Liberty, was arrested for the execution of a complaint warrant for assault fourth degree (domestic violence) minor injury. According to the compliant warrant the Hatter unlawfully and intentionally caused physical injury to the victim by hitting her in the top of the head with a Bluetooth speaker, by dragging her by her hair, and by hitting and kicking her all over her body.

  • District Court News Feb. 27

    Feb. 14

    Ronnie Frank Parton pleaded not guilty to convicted felon in possession of a firearm. He has a pretrial hearing scheduled for Feb. 21.

    Corey Bryant pleaded not guilty to theft by unlawful taking or displacement all others under $500. He has a pretrial conference scheduled for Feb. 28.

  • Police News Feb. 27

    Feb. 18

  • Property Transfers Feb. 27

    Sept. 5

    Patricia Buck and Zyndall Buck of Liberty to Patricia Buck and Zyndall Buck as joint tenants, a certain tract of land located in Casey County for love and consideration.

    Sankat Mochan, a Kentucky liability company of Yosemite to KRISHIV, a Kentucky limited liability company of Liberty, two certain tracts of land located in Casey County for $160,000.

    Sept. 6

  • Marriages Feb. 27

    Maelynn Hoosier, 54, of Liberty, a homemaker to Donnie Emerson Rayborn, 63, of Liberty, a Casey County Road Department worker.

    Regina Arlene Beachy, 23, of Lincoln County, a homemaker to Nathanael Jay Beachy, 23, of Lincoln County, a welder/farmer.

    Tina Ann Elliott, 40, of Illinois, a dietary aide to Jackie Dale Keith, 42, of Casey County, a welder.

    Esther Angelie Morris, 29, of Virginia, a lactation specialist to Robert Harold LaCelle III, 31, of New York, a used bookseller.

  • Out of the Past Feb. 27

    10 Years Ago

    Week of Feb. 25, 2009

    Rachel Taylor exhibited the “good neighbor” policy Monday afternoon at Gateway Park by donating blood and trying to be a bone marrow match for Trenton Rayborn 9, who had been diagnosed with leukemia.

    Sixteen Cub Scouts from Pack 47 in Liberty participated in the second annual Pinewood Derby Monday night at the Pork Producers’ Building at the Central Kentucky AG/EXPO Center.

  • Circuit Court News Feb. 20

    Jan. 28

    Stephen D. Brown was sentenced to five years, to serve 180 days with credit for 30 days with his balance being probated for five years for theft by unlawful taking all others $500 or more but under $10,000.

    Dennis Harold Luttrell was sentenced to one year and had his probation denied for possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and DUI second offense.

  • District Court News Feb. 20

    Feb. 5

    Buddy Tyler Bernard pleaded guilty to failure to produce an insurance card. He was sentenced to a fine of $190.50 due in six months. He also had his cases for improper display of registration plates, no/expired registration plates, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt and installation of non-compliance tinting on vehicle dismissed upon proof.

    Amber Wall pleaded not guilty to operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance first offense. She had a pretrial hearing on Feb. 7.

  • Police News Feb. 20

    Feb. 7

    Roger L. Sharp, 34, of Dunnville, was arrested for no registration plates, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance/security first offense and operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. According to the police report, Sharp was observed traveling west on Kentucky 70 operating a vehicle that officer Grider knew the subject did not have an operating license and this was the third offense of him driving on a suspended license. The vehicle had expired 2017 tags and Sharp could not produce an insurance card.