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Cou00[hou00o i00ows THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 13- February 20, 2003 DISTRICT COURT Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Earl Owen Cutright, Jr.; show cause hearing; license to be in poss, care- less driving; pd in full. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Johnny Thomas Davis, Jr.; show cause hearing; op mv u/infl alcl/drug .08 1st, fta, otv (10) days. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Fermoselle Eudny Diaz, show cause heating; speed 18 mph over (L/A); driv dtfi susp lic 2nd; oper on suspd lic, ft, otv (10) days. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Melvin Hardy Garland, Jr.; show cause hearing; op mv u/in fl alcl/drug .08 1st, ba: .115, paid $300 balance, p/s 2 yrs, on condition no other vio- lations relating to operation of inv. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Penny A. McCrimmon, show cause hearing, speed 20 mph over (L/A); oper on suspd lic, fta, dn. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Eardly Dwayne McKenzie; show cause hearing; reckless driving; en- dangering welfare of a minor, fta, pd. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. John R. McKenzie; show cause hear- ing; minor poss/alcl, fta, otv (10) days. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Joshua E. McKenzie; show cause hearing; minor poss/alcl, fia, otv (10) days. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Gregory Allen Shanks; show cause hearing; no KY reg plates; oper on suspd lic; no ins; fail wear seatbelt, fta, otv (10) days. PRA III, LLC vs. Kristi D. Ref- fiR; motion hour; motion for default judgment, defserved and fta, motion sustained, judgment granted. Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance ETAL vs. Larry D. Smith; motion to dismiss for lack of pros; no appearance by parties or counsel, motion passed. Capital One Services, Inc. vs. Christa Snedegar; motion hour; mo- tion for default judgment; defserved and fta, motion sustained, judgment granted. Dean Lemay vs. Chad Allen Rey- nolds; motion hour; motion to re- quire answer to interr, no service, reissue• Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Timothy L. Anderson; review; dis- misseA per terms of diversion. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jeremy Bartholomew; arraignment; theft by deception (M); theft by de- ception (M), redocket 2-18-3@9 a.m.; for proof of rest. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jeremy Bartholomew; arraignment; one headlight, dismissed without prejudice; fail wear seatbelt, merge w/chg 1; oper on suspd lic, ordered to re-enroll in sts. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. James Howard Caldwell; arraign- ment; careless driving, g.p., sts, pay court cost. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Freddie Lee Doyle; arraignment; speed 25 mph over limit, g.p., $60 fine plus court cost; fail wear seat- belt, merge w/chg 1 Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Eric Frazier; motion hour; motion to set aside, motion sustained, 2-11- 3@9 a.m. for def to purge himself from being remanded to jail. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Sharon Kay Goodpaster; arraign- ment; leaving accident; no ins; driv dui suspd 1st, n.g. plea, p.t. 2-25- 3@10 a.m., proof of ins provided, cty atty to verify ins. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Gene R. Hall; continued 1st appear- ance; no oper lic, valid ols produced, dismissed per statute; fail wear seat- belt, 6-me diversion; no KY reg plates, dismissed w/warning; no/exp reg receipt, merge w/chg 3. I ow!ngsville Lions Club Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday night of each month. Jeff Ray, President Glynis Boggs, Secretary $100 to anyone presenting us with a signed written offer with a selling OllrS ! VINSON & SONSl Mt' Sterling ByPass I ,859-498-3511 I (tmmonwealtla of Kentucky vs. Joseph Hardin; arraignment; flagrant non-support, Hen. Paul Cox, Jr. appt, n.g. plea, e.t. 3-11-3@ 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Kimberly A. Hay; arraignment; speed 26 mph over/greater; no ins, fta, dn. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Brandy Hostrander; proof; theft by deception (M), rest pd prior to arr, dismissed as 1st offense on motion of cty atty. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. William G. Key III; arraignment; oper on suspd lic, valid ols produced, dismissed per statute, possess re- voked/suspd lic, merge w/chg 1; speed 15 mph over limit, 6-me di- version, pay court cost; fail wear seatbelt, 6-me diversion, pay court cost; no ins, valid ins produced, dis- missed per local rule; fail to reg transfer, dismissed w/instructions to reg transfer• Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Ted J. Land, arraignment; careless driving, g.p., sts, pay court cost; inadequate silencer (muffler), merge w/chg 1. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. April Lynn Law; arraignment; alcl intox lst/2nd, n.g. plea, c.t. 2-25- 3@ 10:30 a.m.; disorderly conduct, g.p., sentencing 2-25-3@ 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Rite Leon; status hearing; no oper lic, g.p., 6-me jail, credit for time served, bal p/s 2 yrs, terms - no viol of law relating to operation of my; no ins, merge w/chg 1 - no accident; fail wear seatbelt, merge w/chg i; im- proper display of plates, merge w/ chg 1. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Manuel Antonio Perez; arraignment; no oper iic, g.p., sentencing 3-11- 3@10 a.m., * interpreter to be present; no ins, proof of ins filed in the record, cty atty to verify ins. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Edwin J• Nunez Quiroz; arraignment; speed 26 mph or over (L/A), n.g. plea, c.t. 3-18-3@10:30 a.m., cn to defendant, * interpreter to be present. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jeff Robbins; arraignment; oper on suspd lic, Hen. Pal Cox, Jr. appt, n.g. plea, p.t. 3-18-3@ 10 a.m., pay court cost. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. William Scott Roland; arraignment; no oper lie; no ins, g.p., sentencing 3-18-3@9 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Francisco Sanchez; arraignment; no oper lic, g.p., sentencing 3-11-3 @ ! 0 a.m., cty atty to investigate accident• Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Carri N. Smith; arraignment; no ins, ins in force@time of citation, dis- missed per local rule. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jason Scott Williamson; arraign- ment; oper on suspd lic; fail wear seatbelt; improper display of plates, fta, bw- no bond, forfeit cash bond to Commonwealth• Charles T. Anderson vs. Jimmy and Angle M. Barker; other hearing; pl called on 1-29-3 and stated that def had moved; dismissed - tenants have vacated premises. Tonya Norris vs. Kevin Crouch; other hearing; forcible detainer; hear- mg conducted, forcible detainer granted. Housing Authority of Owings- ville vs. Rex Little; other hearing; eviction hearing; redocket@request of petitioner, 3- ! 1-3 @ 10 a.m. Robert G. Lyons vs. Tammy Park- er; other hearing; eviction hearing, dismissed- tenant vacated residence. Robert L. Coffey vs. Natalie Royce; other hearing; eviction hear- ing; hearing conducted, forcible de- tainer granted• Housing Authority of Owingsville vs. Penny Stinnett; other hearing; eviction hearing, no service, sum- mons to be reissued• Housing Authority of Owingsville vs. Linda K. Wilson; other hearing; eviction hearing,dismissed@request of petitioner. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jackie D. Jones; pretrial conference; driv dui susp lic 2rid; no ins; c.t. 3- 25-3@ 10:30 a.m., remanded to jail. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Tony D. Pergram; other hearing; 3rd deg tics/drug unspecified 1st, g.p. per plea agreement, 90 days jail, serve 15 days, credit for I 1 days, bal p/s 2 yrs, terms - no viol of law, pay court cost• Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Barbara Ann Thomas; pretrial con- ference; op mv u/infl alcl/drugs .08 I st, agg, blood test; poss open alcl bev contr in mv; motion for discov- ery sustained, cty atty granted 30 days to respond, redocket p.t 3-25- 3@i0 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Barry Stuart Johnson; court trial; op mv u/infl alcl/drugs .08 3rd, public adv permitted to withdraw def re- tained private counsel, cty atty to submit order for trial date; poss of marijuana; drive dui suspd lic 1st, redocket 2- I 1-3 @ 10:30 a.m., to en- ter order to set trial date. John William Shephard vs. Misty Lee Daniels; other hearing; summons issued to both parties, no service on resp, reissue summons. Misty Lee Daniels vs. John W. Shephard, Jr.; other hearing; sum- mons issued for parties, petitioner fta, dismissed• Kathy Lyn Uiery vs. Joey Nell Uiery; show cause hearing; order to show cause, hearing conducted, III III 2003 Chevy S-lO Stock #201110 $11,995 +Tax/License, Rebate to Dealer 2003 Cavalier Coupe $10,995 100 days of schoo/-.--Students at Bethel Elementary School celebrated their 100th day of school on February 6• Many teachers and students made drawings or projects that incorporated 100 things. Alice Cord's kindergarten-first grade class is pictured above, from the left. Front row, Savan- nah Bates, Halley Hornback, Hannah Treadway, Jordan McCarty, Heather Mitchell, Savannah Fair, Mariah Bliften , McK.enzie Crouch and Jessica Copher. Mynhier, Cody Curtis, Michel!e Workman, McKenna Bowling, Chloe Greene, Amanda Conley, Garrett Dale and Brandy Bowles. photo, Sunny Kramer) mutual restraining order for both parties to have no contact/comm. Della Jean Kavanah vs. Joe Eu- gene Netherly; domestic violence; court notice mailed to plaintiff, hear- ing on dv, hearing conducted, dvo issued. Brenda Jean Greene vs. Gary Randy Reeves, domestic violence, served on resp 1-31-3; hearing con- ducted, dvo issued• CIVIL DISTRICT Provident Bank vs. Valerie Ou- sley. Cendant Mortgage Corporation vs. Dennis McCarty. James Stewart ET AL vs. Ber- nard Miller, ET AL. Helen Jean Payne vs. Stephen Payne. Central Bank and Trust Compa- ny vs. April Bowling• CIRCUIT CIVIL Housing Authority of Owings- ville vs. Linda K. Wilson• Housing Authority of Owings- ville vs. Rex Little• Charles T. Anderson vs. Jimmy and Angle M. Barker. Robert G. Lyons vs. Tammy Park- er. Tonya Norris vs. Kevin Crouch. Discover Bank vs. Carla D. Dai- ley. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENTS BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ESTATE: Mary Grace Jones• EXECUTORS: Ruth Welch and Juanita Oaks. FILED: 2-7-3• ESTATE: Virginia Crouch. EXECUTORS: Nicky L. Crouch and Sharon Blair. FILED: 2-5-3• Any exceptions to such final set- tlement must be filed within 30days from date said settlement was filed in Bath County District Court. Nancy K. Crouch, Bath County Clerk TN_D_T_I_C_K_QE FIDUCIARY NOTICE BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT DECEASED: June Ellen Car- michael. EXECUTOR: Elizabeth Co- pher• FILED: 2-4-3. Nancy K. Crouch, Bath County Clerk DEEDS Edward E. Webb and Vivian J. Webb; Jane W. Sorreil; and Ella Mae Curran and Edward R. Curran, to Lanette Jean Freitag and Donald E. Bowles, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath Coun- ty, for and in consideration of the sum of $80,000 cash in hand paid. Daniel E. Scott and Maxine L. Scott, to Kourosh Marefat and Lavin Marefat; and Daryouh Marefat and Gary Highley ley, to Frank Hudson, a certain land lying and ty, for and in sum of $1.00 and valuable Joe Cassit Jr. | ty; and Carl Cassity, a certain land lying and ty, for and in sum of Fire District to • The regular Bath County will be held February 19, at 7 ing will be at Volunteer Fire De Closings The Circuit closed Saturday, Monday, February i the President's Day The County also be closed cause of the +Tax/License, Rebate to Dealer *Pictures for Illustration Purposes Only I II I PAUL R. STO00S.. Attorney at Law 23 Years Experience 8 Years Prosecuting Attorney 15 Years Defense Attorney Now accepting: Criminal Cases, DOI - Traffic Itt addition to: Real Estate, Wills - Probate, Civil Trial Practice (606) 784-6477 129 East Main Street, Morebead, KY 40351 Nancy B. Marefat, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consider- ation of the sum of $226,500. Della T. Smith, for the estate of Lucy Thompson, and Wallace Reid Smith, to Jimmy Lewis Thompson, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consideration of the sum of $1.00 and other good and valuable consid- erations. don't know No and a friendly Ad-visor will; 2003 Tracker Stock #926465 4 Dr., 4WD $14,995 +Tax/License, Rebate to Dealer **With the Purchase of Any New Cavalier, Tracker, or S-lg No Exclusions. Offer Ends February 28, 2003 NEW LISTING m 200 CECIL AVENUE If you're looking for convenient location an( this home. Charming 2 bedroom, 1 full bath, with living, an enclosed back porch. Beautiful hardwood floor All city amenities. Lot is approximately 50' x 120'. Call to view. NEW LISTING -- PLEASANT VALLEY Lot#1 - 1 acre level; Lot #2- 1 acre level, $14,500 for both lots. City water and electric already in place. setting. '" 'il :: i:/ii!iiiiii 727 EAST HWY. 60 An 8 room vinyl sided home all on one level, approximately 1 bedrooms, 1 bath, has had recent renovations including plumbing, and central heat and air. Oak kitchen cabinets stay with house. Hardwood floors with carpeted bedrooms, $ 1 acre lot with all city amenities including sewer. Call for BUICK @ WEST TUNNEL HILL ROAD - 132 ACRES Frontage is being offered in building lots with moderate 5 to 10 acre tracts available or, of course, the and highly productive land. City water on the property.