Courthouse News for Nov. 1, 2012

Friday, November 2, 2012
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Permits
Jacob L. Lewis

Intermediate Licenses
Christopher Epperson Jr., Damian M. Harrison and Tiffany D. Lewis

Marriages
•Amy Jo Spencer, 23, sales woman, Dan’s Discount, Ravenna, to Christopher Cole Jordan, 28, deputy jailer Powell County, Ravenna.
•Crystal Lee Taylor, 32, nursing, Irvine, to Daniel Harrison Ray Jr., 26, unemployed, Irvine.
•Chasity Gayle Rose, 34, self-employed, Irvine, to Gordon Sherman Wade, 39, construction, Winchester.

Property Transfers
Deeds of Conveyance
•Freddie Wayne Ashcraft and Ida Mae Ashcraft, and Royce Glenn Ashcraft to the Durbin Living Trust by and through Pius Durbin, Trustee, and Rebekah Durbin, Trustee, $5,000, land in Estill County.
•Laverne Tipton to Randy and Tammy Tipton, $85,000, land in Estill County.
•Elzie Ross Jr., and Rebecca T. Ross to Steven D. Alcorn and Pamela G. Alcorn, $1,000, land in Estill County.
•Katherine D. Britz to Thomas L. Britz, for normal consideration this conveyance brought between former husband and wife, and exempt from real estate tax pursuant to KRS 142.050 (7) (e), and pursuant to a Decree and Mediation Agreement entered dissolving the marriage of the parties hereto, land on the waters of Red River in Estill County.
•Citizens Guaranty Bank, Inc., a Kentucky Corporation to Donald P. Tipton, $65,000, land in Estill County.
•Ella Lucille Bowling to Lucille G. Bowling, Trustee of the Joe J. Bowling and Lucille G. Bowling Revocable Trust, for purposes of funding the Joe J. Bowling and Lucille G. Bowling Revocable Trust, land in Estill County.

Quit-Claim Deeds
•William Patrick and Donna Ingram to Dennie Lee and Linda Sue Young, $1,000, land on Barnes Mountain, Estill County.
•William Patrick and Donna Ingram, Vickie and Larry Nelson, Regina Sue and Elra McGinnis, Jr., and Tonna Kay and David Cregan to Dennie Lee and Linda Sue Young, $1,000, land on Barnes Mountain, Estill County.
•Garry Conley to Donna Conley, for and in consideration of waiving his dower interest in said property, land in Estill County.

General Warranty Deeds
•Brenda K. Abney to Dallis Abney, love and affection, land in Estill County.

Master Commissioner Deeds
•Vanderbilt Mortgage and Financial, Inc. v. David Johnson; Kim M. Johnson; Midland Funding LLC; Asset Acceptance LLC; and County of Estill, Kentucky, $30,000, 1222 Walters Ridge Road, Irvine, Ky. 40336.

District Civil Court
•Hope Hughes v. Brad Brandenburg and Carey Barrett Brandenburg, $900 for unpaid rent.
•Marcum & Wallace Hospital v. Nancy Lynn Reece, $203.20 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.

Circuit Civil Court
•Toyota Motor Credit Corporation v. Gary P. Gross, $20,419.89 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Carrie Ann Richardson v. Billy Wayne Richardson, Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.
•Hympel Willis and Catherine Willis v. Bernice Collett and Roger Willis, Verified Petition for Custody.
•Ryan Philip Hardy and Katherine Elizabeth Hardy, Verified Joint Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.
•Priscilla Gross and Billy Gross, Verified Joint Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.
•Owen Loan Servicing, LLC v. Jason Shane Davis, Christian Janine Wilson, Countrywide Bank, N.A. a National Association, unknown occupants, unknown spouse of Christian Janine Wilson and unknown spouse of Jason Shane Davis, and Commonwealth of Kentucky, County of Estill, complaint to foreclosure mortgage, $55,431.65 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Kyle Andrew Kindred and Carrie Lannette Kindred, petition for dissolution of marriage.
•Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel. Terry D. Henry v. Alicia D. Riddell, complaint for child support.
•Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel. Timothy J. Johnson v. Jessica Henry, complaint for child support.
•Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex. rel. Elizabeth S. Abney v. Monica R. Neal, complaint for child support.
•Commonwealth of Kentucky ex. rel. Ona A. Osborne v. Steven T. Haling, complaint for child support.
•Commonwealth of Kentucky ex. rel. Wilma J. Willis v. Farrah L. Willis, complaint for child support.
•Commonwealth of Kentucky ex. rel. Raymond J. Puckett v. Patricia G. Crump, complaint for child support.
•Abigail Jeanette Horn v. Shannon Hardy, verified petition for custody.

Circuit Court
•Kyle Matthew O’Hair, two counts of complicity to burglary, second degree, two counts of complicity to theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, continued until Nov. 9.
•Dallis W. Abney, trafficking in marijuana, greater than five pounds – first offense, guilty plea, trafficking in a controlled substance, second degree, first offense, drug unspecified schedule 3, guilty plea, Commonwealth Attorney amends to possession of a controlled substance second, first degree possession of a controlled substance/drug unspecified, first offense, guilty plea, buying and/or possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per plea, controlled substance prescription not in original container first, dismissed per plea, possession of a controlled substance, third degree – drug unspecified, dismissed per plea, possession of a controlled substance, third degree – drug unspecified, dismissed per plea, Commonwealth Attorney recommends five years, sentencing Dec. 4.
•Jaqueline Renee Murphy, two counts of complicity to burglary, third degree, guilty plea, two counts of complicity to theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, guilty plea, defendant in custody, Commonwealth Attorney recommends five years, sentencing Dec. 4.
•Gilbert Martin Montie, rape, first degree, victim under 12 years of age, status hearing Dec. 4.
•David W. Harris, attempted murder, pre-pretrial Nov. 1, status hearing Nov. 21.
•Danny Ray Angel, possession of a controlled substance, second degree – drug unspecified, controlled substance prescription not in original container first, buying and/or possession of drug paraphernalia, receiving stolen property under $500, three counts of first degree possession of a controlled substance/drug unspecified, first offense, trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, opiates, remanded to custody.
•Michael Raad, sodomy, first degree, victim under 12 years of age, sexual abuse, first degree, victim under 12 years of age, status hearing Dec. 4.

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