Taylor Salyer, Wesley Sutton, Dalton Shanken, Timothy Tipton, Whitney Ferrell, Raven Kerby and Krista L. Garrett.
Jay Winkler, James Hackworth, Adam Claypoole, Tyler Townsend, Clinton Bowman, Jeffrey Hatton, Justice Bach, Mary Plowman and Willard Foster.
Kellie Pucket, Perry Cox, Tiffany Garrett, Dustin Neal, Elbert J. Fox and Eric Banks.
Motorcycle Permits and Licenses
Sea Shiffet and John Miller.
•Alicia Kae Salyer, 39, Madison County School System, Irvine, to Timothy McKinney, 49, self-employed, Irvine.
•Courtney Danielle Bishop, 21, student, Irvine, to Johnathon Luke Isaacs, 20, student, Irvine.
•Russell Riddell to Robert E. Burke, love and affection, land in Estill County.
•Veronica Ann Burns and Vanessa Gail Hale to Shaun Anthony Hale, love and affection, land in Estill County.
•Harry Dwain Fox and Larry Dale Fox to Jeffrey Allan Jones and Trency Leigh Jones, $3,000, land in Estill County.
•Andrea C. Banks to Kelly J. Whitt, $89,000, land in Estill County.
•Gary and Jennifer G. McKinney to Commonwealth of Kentucky, $970,824.40, Tract 1 – 86.36 acres, Tract 2 – 30.67 acres and Tract 3 – 416.39 acres, land in Estill County.
•Jerry M. Arnold II and Christy Arnold to Dwayne and Alison Fox, $15,000, land in Estill County.
•Tracy Carter to Judy Fay Riddell, $25,000, land in Estill County.
•City of Irvine to Roger D. and Pamela Jo Purdy, $25,300, land on Broadway, Irvine, Estill County.
•James Lee Hardy and Cherylene Hardy to Casey Hardy, love and affection, land in Estill County.
•Michael Lynn Woolery and Connie Jones Woolery to Billy Ferrell Williams II and Andrea Williams, $215,000, land in Estill County.
•William A. Carr, Jr. and Diana R. Carr to Richard Wright and Virginia Danielle Wright, $158,000, land in Estill County.
•William S. Eldridge to Bregerey L. Bailey, $1, 412 Broadway St., Irvine, Ky. 40336.
•JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association v. Randall Roberts, Marlena Roberts, $43,584, 1040 Drowning Creek, Irvine, Ky. 40336.
•Green Tree Servicing, LLC v. Jamie Puckett a/k/a Jamie C. Puckett, Melissa Puckett a/k/a Melissa A. Puckett, $33,334, 60 Shady Lane, Irvine, Ky. 40336.
•Randy and Teresa Johnson v. Anna Faye Townsend, unknown spouse of Anna Faye Townsend, land in Estill County.
District Civil Court
•Convergence Receivables, LC v. William Conley Jr., $518.19 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Red Williams v. Herbert Williams and Mary L. Shanks, $1,350 for unpaid rent, claim debt owed.
•Estill County Emergency Medical Services v. Martha Abel, $1,145 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Unifund CCR, LLC v. Lonnie W. Means, $4,072.90 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Unifund CCR, LLC v. Darren Baker, $2,563.71 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Paul Watson v. Tim and Angela Reed, $800, unpaid rent, claim debt owed.
•Marcum and Wallace Hospital v. Annette M. Moore, $822.20, claim debt owed.
•Roundup, LTD v. Deanna Abney, $992.43 plus accrued interest of $1,626.64, continuing interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Convergence Receivables, LC v. Michael J. Goodwin, $599.63 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
Circuit Civil Court
•Charles Terry v. Robbie McIntosh, the plaintiff move the Court to enter judgment quieting title to said property, to establish the proper boundary lines, roadways or access easements, for reformation of the deeds as necessary to establish said property lines or access easements, for damages in excess of the jurisdictional limits of this Court for the injury incurred by the trespass, for an order prohibiting, or enjoining, the Defendant from further blockade the roadway and for his costs and attorney fees incurred herein and for any and all other relief unto which he may otherwise appear entitled.
•Tamara Leigh Spurlock and Dale Burdett Goosey, verified joint-petition for dissolution of marriage.
•Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. v. Lola K. Young, $5,189.90 plus interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Oakdale Cemetery Association, an unincorporated association by and through Sue Sparks and Helen Witt in their capacity as Trustees and in their individual capacity v. the unknown heirs and assigns of Glynn Welch, original Trustee of the Oakdale Cemetery Association and the unknown heirs and assigns of Francis Brakefield, original Trustee of The Oakdale Cemetery Association and 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, complaint for declaratory relief.
•CACH, LLC v. Terri M. Richardson, $12,058.41 plus accrued interest of $124.22 as of Dec. 18, 2012, continuing interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Asset Acceptance, LLC v. Doris Chaney, $7,344.41 plus accrued interest of $1,294.46, continuing interest and costs, claim debt owed.
•Ricky Edward Arthur and Connie Mae Arthur, verified joint-petition for dissolution of marriage.
•Mark Brennan Patrick v. Rachel Danielle Patrick, petition for dissolution of marriage.
•Candace Lee Parker Tingley v. Allen Kreston Parker, petition for child custody.
•David W. Harris, attempted murder, status hearing Jan. 25, defendant in custody.
•Brandon Crowe, wanton endangerment-first degree, Commonwealth Attorney moves to dismiss, dismissed without prejudice.
•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, motion granted Jan. 25, defendant in custody.
•Steven Henry, receiving stolen property under $10,000, pretrial Jan. 8.
•Randall Johnson, motion for shock probation denied.
•Chester Hunter, complicity to robbery, first degree, defendant in custody, status hearing Feb. 22, trial set for March 11.
•Jeremy Glynn Tipton, theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, seven counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree-I, persistent felony offender – second degree, pre-pretrial Feb. 7, status hearing Feb. 22.
•Eddie Sizemore, burglary, second degree, Commonwealth Attorney amends to burglary, third degree, guilty plea, receiving stolen property under $10,000, Commonwealth Attorney amended to receiving stolen property greater than $500, guilty plea, unlawful transaction with a minor-third degree, guilty plea, unlawful transaction with a minor-third degree, dismissed per plea, court approved plea agreement between defendant and Commonwealth Attorney.