3-15 Court News
Whitney Maness, Ben Cain, and Gary Roberts.
Alysha Cornett, Toni Sellary, Benton Kirby, Zachary Crump, Trevor Hurt, Russell Wiseman, and Cassandra Conrad.
William C. Alexander, Trenton C. Sparks, Garry K. Long, Jared M. Roberts, and Robert E. Glasson IV.
Deeds of Conveyance
•Diane and Tim Riddell,, and Donna West, to Deloris Durbin, N/K/A Deloris Fox and James Fox, $30,000, land in Estill County.
•Sheila Holbrook Huggins, to Richard Holbrook, $40,000, Wisemantown Road area of Estill County.
•Gary A. and Anna Lois McClanahan to Peoples Exchange Bank, for and in consideration of the forgiveness of that certain indebtedness due and owing Grantee by Grantors in the amount of $30,553, properties in Ravenna, Estill County.
•Michael McIntyre, to Glen Snowden and Virginia Snowden, land contract, property in Estill County.
Master Commissioner’s Deeds
•PNC Bank, National Association Successor by merger to National City Mortgage, a division of National City Bank v. Henry Johnson a/k/a Henry Ray Johnson, Mary Grise, William Grise and County of Estill, $48,662.50, 5325 Winchester Road, Irvine, Ky. 40336.
•Amber Leighann Hendrix, 26, nursing assistant, Irvine, to Jeffrey Clint Brewer, 31, mechanic, Irvine.
•Alyssa Vaughn Daveis, 24, pharmacy tech, Irvine, to Stephen Chad Hall, 29, factory, Irvine.
•Jamie Rena Strong, 22, homemaker, Irvine, to Billy Wayne Davidson, 26, tree trimmer, Irvine.
•Yvette Genee Howard, 41, fraud investigator, Dayton, Ohio, to Philemon Kwame Young, 42, entrerpreneur, Duncanville, Texas.
Circuit Civil Court
•Helen Michele Walters and Gary Lee Walters, verified joint petition for dissolution of marriage.
•Houston Funding II, LTD, buyer of HSBC Bank Claim v. Michael Jones and Tiffani Jones, $8,873.60, claim debt owed.
•K&K Assets, LLC v. Donea Neal, Harold R. Neal, Jamos Fund I, unknown occupant, unknown spouse of Harold R. Neal, if any, County of Estill, $74,517.80 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•AmeriCredit Financial Services v. Jessica Peercy a/k/a Jessica A. Peercy and David Peercy aka David S. Peercy, $12,259.81 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Discover Bank v. Lula King, $7,114.68 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Gary Robinson v. Keith Baskins and Samantha Hines, $4,400 for unpaid rent and damages to the premises, claim debt owed.
District Civil Court
•Estill County Emergency Medical Services v. Ronnie Howard, $241.20 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Gary McClanahan v. Sue Murphy, lack of payment and failure to leave property.
•LVNV Funding, LLC v. Joshua Shewman, $2,437.15 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC v. William Patrick, $953.76 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Marcum & Wallace Hospital v. Farrell Lynn Marcum, $463.85 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•GE Capital Retail Bank f/k/a GE Money Bank, v. Kimberly Riddell, $2,503.44 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•American Express Centurion Bank v. Dorothy Hughes, $4,210.79 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Branch Banking & Trust Company v. Victoria Rison, $1,093.88 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Estill County Emergency Medical Services v. Woodey Embry, $722 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Isaac D. Neal, trafficking in a controlled substance first degree, first offense – drug unspecified, guilty plea, persistent felony offender – first degree, dismissed per plea, Commonwealth Attorney recommends three years.
•Lawrence Seth Smith, fraudulent use of a credit card under $10,000, Alford plea of guilty, theft-receipt of stolen credit/debit card-1 card, dismissed per plea, sentenced to two years.
•Isaac Dewayne Neal, first degree possession of a controlled substance/drug unspecified, first offense, Commonwealth Attorney recommends three years, possession of marijuana, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss, buying and/or possession of drug paraphernalia, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss, persistent felony offender – second degree, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss.
•Jeffrey Hunter, complicity to robbery, first degree, trial set for April 16.
•Kelvin Phillips, 10 counts of receiving stolen property under $10,000, status hearing on March 23.
•Charles Shelton Powell, five counts of receiving stolen property $10,000 or more, three counts of receiving stolen property under $10,000, status hearing on March 23.
•Jennifer L. Fox, first degree possession of a controlled substance/opiate, first offense, continued until March 23.
•Frederick J. Rider, promoting contraband – first degree, persistent felony offender – first degree, discovery to be provided by April 13.
•Tarcia L. Richardson, burglary, second degree, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss, criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree-I, guilty plea, forgery, second degree, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss, persistent felony offender – first degree, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss, Commonwealth Attorney recommends two years.
•Beatrice Howell, theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, status hearing April 3.