Public Records

  • Kentucky highway fatalities decline in 2017

    Kentucky Office of Highway Safety

    Preliminary figures indicate highway fatalities in Kentucky declined in 2017 to 770, down from 834 in 2016.
    According to the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) and the Kentucky State Police (KSP), this is Kentucky’s first roadway fatality decrease since 2013, when 638 fatalities were recorded.
     KOHS Executive Director Dr. Noelle Hunter commends Kentuckians for taking responsibility behind the wheel.

  • Beshear: New AG website offers greater transparency

    Kentucky Office of the Attorney General

    Attorney General Andy Beshear announced today the launch of his office’s new website. The site enhances transparency for Kentuckians seeking information and services from the Office of the Attorney General.
    The revised ag.ky.gov helps Kentuckians quickly interact with the office on critically important matters like finding workable solutions to the state’s drug epidemic; preventing and prosecuting child abuse; protecting seniors from scams and abuse; and seeking justice for victims of sexual assault.

  • Property Transfers

    Nov. 1

    Paul Carman and Judy Carman, of Yosemite, to Travis Allen Wall, of Yosemite, a parcel of land on the waters of Hatter Creek. $1,500.

    Nov. 5

    Jeffery Ewalt and C. Ewalt, of Tega Cay, S.C., to Glenn E Pevy, of Louisville, a parcel of land on the waters of West Casey Creek, 1 acre more or less, for $57,000.

    Nov. 22

    Robert Myers and Kathy Myers, to Kelly Sayre and Bradford Brock, 1448 Elmore Hill Rod, in Liberty, $91,500.

    Nov. 28

  • Police News

    Dec. 30

  • District Court

    Dec. 19

    Michael W. Stargle pleaded guilty to DUI first offense. Sentenced to 90 days license suspension, ADE classes, and a fine.

    Brandon J. Halecki is charged with assault fourth degree minor injury and assault fourth degree domestic violence minor injury. He has a pretrial conference on Jan. 30.

    Zack Montgomery pleaded not guilty to theft by unlawful taking $500 or more but under $10,000 and theft by unlawful taking farm equipment $500 or more but under $10,000.

  • Marriage licenses

    Mary Celesta Hatfield, 70, of Liberty, an accountant, to George David Hickey, 62, of Liberty, who’s in security.

    Kristi Lynn Farrell, 28, of Stanford the manager of Sun Tan City, to Adam Keith Hewitt, 30, of Stanford, a forest technician.

    Ashley Anne Vernimo, 36, of Liberty to Robert J. Maxwell, 44, of Liberty, an SSDI.

    Paige Kathryn Jones Tucker, 25, of Apison, Tenn., a graphic designer, to Jason Michael Barnett, 27, of Ooltewah, Tenn., a radiologic technologist.

  • Property transfers

    Nov. 3

    Shannon Phelps, of Yosemite, and Gregory E. Wethington and Sharon K. Wethington, of Liberty, to Austin B. Morgan, of Yosemite, tracts of land near the intersection of Highway 70 and Calvery Ridge Road, on the waters of Hatter’s Creek. One tract is 31.4 acres, and the other 1.6. $63,200.

    Nov. 10

    Terry Salyers and Sharlet Salyers, of Dunnville, to Marvin Johnson and Carolyn Johnson, of Mateca, Calif. A tract of land on the waters of the Green River for $140,000.

    Nov. 14

  • District Court

    Dec. 12

    Stephen H. Clark pleaded guilty to DUI first offense. He was sentenced to 90 days license suspension, ADE classes and fine due.

    Bobby Todd Richards pleaded not guilty to assault in the fourth degree domestic violence minor injury. His next court date is Jan. 4.

  • Police news

    Dec 12

    James H. Maynard, 63, of Dunnville, was arrested for a charge of terroristic threatening in the third degree, after a woman said he brandished a pistol and told her he would “blow her brains out.”

    Dec. 19

    Robert G. Woods, 53, of Liberty, was arrested for terroristic threatening after he allegedly came to a woman’s home on Dec. 12 and told her he would kill her. He pleaded not guilty on Dec. 19, and has court Jan. 4.

    Dec. 20

  • Circuit Court

    Dec. 11

    James Robert Bagby Jr. had a jury trial set for 9 a.m. Jan. 11 for charges of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense (methamphetamine); tampering with physical evidence; fleeing or evading, first degree (on foot); assault third degree on a police or probation officer; resisting arrest; escape, second degree; DUI; speeding, 10 miles over the limit.