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Public Records

  • Out of the Past April 4

    10 Years Ago

    Week of April 2, 2008

    Marcus Sheene loved to go riding on his four-wheeler. But it was that love of four-wheeling that cost him his life. Sheene, 17, died Saturday night after being involved in an ATV accident behind the East Casey County Volunteer Fire Department on Ky. 198 just outside Middleburg.

  • Police News March 28

    Adrian Lawless, 26, of Liberty, was cited for misdemeanor receiving stolen property under $500, and for felony receiving stolen property over $500 but under $10,000. According to her citations, she was found to be in possession of boots stolen from a Lancaster business on March 17. She was also found to be in possession of a concrete saw worth $1,500, which was stolen Aug. 9.

  • Circuit Court News March 28

    March 12

    Timothy Carl Huber pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance first degree, first offense (methamphetamine), drug paraphernalia, and DUI. He was sentenced to three years, probated six years and released.

    Joshua S. Warren was sentenced to four years to serve 90 days in home incarceration for two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance first degree, first offense (meth), then five years will be probated. He will be able to work and attend church during home incarceration.

  • District Court News

    March 13

    Robert Alex Chandler pleaded guilty to assault fourth degree domestic violence minor injury. He was sentenced to 10 days in jail, serve five, credit for four, with the balance conditionally discharged in one year with no further violations of the law.

    James M Bell pleaded not guilty to assault fourth degree no visible injury and to charges of menacing and resisting arrest. He has a pretrial conference April 17.

    March 15

  • Out of the past March 28

    10 Years Ago

    Week of March 26, 2008

    A Casey County teenage missing for three months was listed with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Deputy Chad Weddle said the information regarding Meagan Pendergraft, 17, was listed with the national organization on Friday.

  • Casey County Grand Jury indicts 18, most for theft or drugs

    cvanleuven@caseynews.net

    The Casey County Grand Jury met March 12 and indicted 18 individuals for crimes, most of whom were charged for crime involving theft or drugs.

    Ronnie Steven Means, 39, of Bethelridge, was indicted on two counts. They were possession of a controlled substance in the first degree, first offense (methamphetamine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. According to his indictment, he was found to be in possession of the drug and paraphernalia on Dec. 21, 2017.

  • Property transfers March 21

    Jan. 12

  • Police news March 21

    March 14

    Micah Scott Renfro, 27, of Liberty, was cited for assault fourth degree domestic violence with minor injury. According to his citation, police responded to an address on KY 1547 and found that Renfro and his girlfriend Jennifer Lynn Sims were involved in an altercation. They were both arrested. Renfro had bruises and cuts on his chest and hands and “quite a bit of blood” on his hands.

  • Circuit Court news March 21

    March 12

    Johnny Ray Rodger’s 2016 charges of DUI, terroristic threatening 3rd degree, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, disorderly conduct, possession of an open beverage container in a motor vehicle and menacing, were dropped after a motion to dismiss for failure to indict.

    Woodford Sheene, Jr., pleaded not guilty to first degree possession of a controlled substance drug unspecified first offense, and trafficking in a controlled substance first degree first offense (methamphetamine). He has a pretrial conference April 9 at 1 p.m.

  • Out of the Past March 21

    10 Years Ago

    Week of March 19, 2008

    The Senate passed a bill that, if it were to become law, would require school districts in Kentucky to create a policy on how to deal with bullies.

    Despite missing eight full days and three half-days of school this year for various reasons, students, and teachers in the Casey County school district enjoyed a full, three-day spring break vacation, school officials say.