Mary E. Plowman, Christopher J. Winkler and Elizabeth Bledsoe.
Jennah C. Rawlins
•Crystal Renee Baisden, 28, nurse, Ravenna, to Joseph Lynn Alexander, 35, disabled, Irvine.
•Jessica Dawn Anglin, 34, housewife, Ravenna, to David Howard Hoover, 36, self-employed, Ravenna.
•Lacey Ann Bryant, 25, housewife, Irvine, to Michael Glynn Lainhart, 26, road construction, Irvine.
•Katrina Elizabeth Miller, 26, teacher, Irvine, to John Phillip Broaddus, 24, event management, Richmond.
•Armeda Stallings, 48, housewife, Ravenna, to Jeremiah Wayne Crump, 31, labor, Irvine.
Property Transfers Deeds of Conveyance
•Michael and Trulena Tate to Douglas r. and Candie A. Baker, and George L. and Joetta Fortner, $25,000, land in Estill County.
•Marie W. Jenkins, by and through her Attorney in Fact, Larry Davis to Larry E. and Regina O. Davis, love and affection, land in Estill County.
•Beverly Thompson and Cody Thompson, by and through his Power-of-Attorney, Beverly Thompson, to Bryan Thompson, $1 and love and affection, land in Ravenna, Estill County.
•James W. Ferguson to Edward L. Hudson, Jr., $25,000, land in Estill County.
•Jean B. Miller to Barbara M. West, Joan F. Minton and Staphen F. Miller, love and affection, land in Estill County.
General Warranty Deeds
•Jeffery Lynn Hall to nettie Hall Baker, love and affection, property in Irvine, Estill County.
Master Commissioner’s Deeds
•Donnie C. Embs v. Pattie Tudor and Bobby Tudor, a/k/a Robert W. Tudor; Betty Winkle; Gary Embs and Linda Embs; Doyle and Diane Embs; Delbert Embs, Jr., and Kathy Embs, Haley Thompson and Mark Thompson; Joey McKinney and Lori McKinney, unknown defendants, including heirs and consorts of them and each of them and their respective interest of such unknown defendants, unknown heirs and their respective consorts, if any, $29,000, 375 Embs Lane, Irvine, Ky. 40336.
District Civil Court
•Marcum & Wallace Hospital v. Charles H. Abney, $299.20, claim debt owed.
•Midland Funding LLC v. Mary Estes, $690.64 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
Circuit Civil Court
•Joyce R. Powell v. Charles S. Powell, petition for dissolution of marriage.
•U.S. Bank National Association, a/k/a U.S. Bank N.A. (Successor by Merger to Firstar Bank, NA, f/k/a Star Bank, NA, Successor by Merger to Great Financial Bank, FSB Successor by Merger to First Federal Savings Bank of Richmond) v. Karen Jo Burgett a/k/a Karen J. Fielder, individually and as administratrix of the estate of Aileen Harrison, Sheree Dawes, as heir of the estate of Aileen Harrison, Jeffrey Harrison as heir of the estate of Aileen Harrison, any unknown or unascertainable spouse of Karen Jo Burgett a/k/a Karen J. Fielder, any unknown or unascertainable spouse of Sheree Dawes, any unknown or unascertainable spouse of Jeffrey Harrison, Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Revenue, and Tom B. Miller, and Velocity Investments LLC, complaint on note and mortgage foreclosure, $38,691.09 plus interest and costs, plus $18.54 per month for late penalties, claim debt owed.
•Christy Lee-Ann Kelly v. Raymond Gene Kelly, petition for dissolution of marriage and custody of the parties minor child.
•Christopher D. Smyth, theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, County Attorney dismissed without prejudice.
•Christopher Johnson, theft by unlawful taking/disp-shoplifting, pretrial diversion entered, show cause Dec. 12.
•Johnny Clinton Becknell, criminal trespass-second degree, continued until Sept. 26.
•Adam T. Neal, controlled substance prescription not in original container first, continued until July 11.
•Justin L. Shearer, theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, case bound over to grand jury.
•Daniel Patterson, robbery, first degree, case bound over to grand jury.
•Jeffery Scott Henry, flagrant non support, defendant waives to grand jury.
•Timothy C. McKinney, theft of services, jury trial Sept. 26.
•Susan A. Thomas, falsely reporting an incident, not guilty plea, pretrial conference July 11.
•Adam T. Neal, public intoxication from a controlled substance excluding alcohol, pretrial conference July 11.
•Jeannette Tiemeyer, theft by deception-including cold checks under $500, continued first appearance, June 29.
•Christopher T. LeMaster, failure to wear seat belts, failure to appear/department of transportation, show cause Dec. 12.
•Angela M. Fox, no brake lights (passenger vehicles), failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security first, failure to notify address change to the department of transportation, continued until July 18.