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News Outlook Bath District Court Feb. 8, 2021 Hon. Don Blair Jacqueline M. Brown. Arraignment. 1. Assault, 2nd degree — domestic violence. 2. Cultivate in marijuana < 5 plants lst offense. Appt Charles Landon, P N/ G, WFR, PH Mar. 23, 2020. Time period waived. Jimmy Joe Burgess. Ar- raignment. 1. Fleeing/ evading, 2nd degree (on foot) 2. Criminal mischief, 3rd degree 3. Possession controlled sub, lst degree, 1st offense (methamphet— amine) 4. Possession con- trolled sub, 1st degree, first offense, heroin. Appt. Charles Landon, P N/G, WFR, PH Feb. 16, 2021 Michael K Black. Ar- raignment 1. Speeding 20 mph over limit Careless driving Defendant FTA. C/ N to defendant, May 11, 2021 Noah Daniel Dixon. Other hearing. 1. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/ security, 1st. Pass Feb. 16,2021 Cody Justice Elliott. Ar- raignment. 1. Failure to produce insurance card. Defendant FTA Motion to amend to No insurance, 2nd sustained. C/ N Mar. 2,2021. James Cody Gillespie. Other hearing. Defendant FTA Surety notice. Mar. 9,2021 , Jeff Goldy. Other hear- ing. Appt. Charles Landon. IssueB/W Benjamin Greene. Ar- raignment. ’1. Operating on suspended/revoked 0p~ erator’s license 2.. Failure to wear seat belts 3. Failure to notify address change to Dept. of Transp. CFA May 25,2021 Steven M. Jackson. Sta— tus hearing. 1. Operating on suspended/ revoked 0p erator’s license Rear 1i- cense not illuminated. PC Mar. 1, 2021 Barry S. Johnson. Mo- tion to revoke probation. Defendant FTA. C/ N Mar. 9, 2021. Gary S. Jones. Motion to revoke probation. De fendant FTA. County At~ torney notice returned. T0 re—notice for County Attor- ney for Mar. 9, 2021. Eric T. Lee. Motion to revoke probation. PRH Mar. 1, 2021 Joseph Linkous. Motion to revoke probation; De- fendant in custody. FTA. PRH Apr. 20, 2021. Rachel H. Malone. Mo- tion to revoke probation. Withdrawn, paid in full. Mitchael Manley. M0— tion to revoke probation. PRH Apr. 20, 2021 Mitchael Claude Manley. Motion to revoke proba— tion. PRH Apr. 20,2021 ZacharyT. Manley. M0— tion to revoke probation. Defendant FTA, C/N to defendant. Mar. 16, 2021. Zachary Thomas Man— ley. Motion to revoke pro- bation. Defendant FTA. Mar. 16,2021 Nathan Barry Manning. Motion to revoke proba- Your Hometown Newspaper tion. Withdrawn. Autumn McKenzie Mar- tin. Motion to revoke pro bation. Defendant FTA. County Attorney to re-no- tice for Mar. 16, 2021. No tice returned. David Darren Martin. Motion to revoke proba- tion. Paid in full with- drawn. Rocky A. Martin. Mo- tion to revoke probation. Paid in full - withdrawn. Larry James McLemore. Motion 'to revoke proba- tion. Defendant FTA. Re- set PRH Mar. 2, 2021 ' Robin Alan McVey. Con- tinued first appearance. Defendant late on Zoom. Reset Mar. 2, 2021 Mitchell Scottfiel Miller. Review. Failure of owner to maintain required in- surance/ security, Ist. Defendant in Edgewater Treatment — parents may contac: pretrial services.- Placed on 12 months pre- trial dversion. Hon. B. Shields given number for pretrial. Douglas Clay Moore. Motion to revoke proba- tion. 1. Probation viola- tion (for technical offense. PRH Apr. 2, 2021. Court stated for defendant to pay $50 to County Attorney and fines/ costs will be cont Jill F. Oswald. Motion to redocket. Defendant FI‘A. C/N Mar. 3, 2021. Brandon Owens. Ar- raignment. 1. Regulations necessary to implement KRS 150 purpose 2. Resi- dent w/o license/permit. CFA hunting/ trapping BATH COURT NEWS Mar. 2, 2021. Jack A. Richards. Ar- raignment. 1. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, 1st. 2. No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. 3. Leaving scene of accident/ failure to render aid or as- sistance. County Attorney to research damages. PC Feb. 22, 2021. Anthony L. Stamper. Ar- raignment 1. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license. 2. No/ expired registration plates 3. No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. De— fendant FTA. Reset Feb. 23,2021 I Anthony Lee Stamper. Arraignment. 1. No/ex- pired Kentucky registra- tion receipt 2. No/ expired registration plates 3. Fail- ure to produce insurance card 4. Operating on sus- pended/revoked opera- tor’s license. Defendant FTA, reSet Mar. 23, 2021. Austin Christopher Tackett. Arraignment. Re- call D/N in error. CFA Mar. 16, 2021 produce val-I id license Sara Taulbee. Arraign- ment 1. Speeding 15 mph over limit. CFA Apr. 27, 2021, to, complete safety program. 2. No/expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt, dismiss upon proof 3. No/ expired registration plates, dismiss upon proof. Christin Dawn Taylor. Review. Defendant FTA C/ N Feb. 23, 2021 Terry Dylan Thompson. Review. 1 Probation viola- tion (for technical viola» .tion). Defendant has self— surrendered. Leah M. Thorne. Ar- raignment. Recall D/ N . PC May 4, 2021 Gabriel Wayne White. Arraignment. 1. Operat— ing with expired operator's license 2. Failure to wear seat belts. Defendant FTA. issue B/W April Wilson. Arraign— ment. 1. License to be in possession, dismiss upon proof 2. Failure of owner to maintain required insur~ ance/security, lst, dismiss upon proof 3. Failure to produce insurance card, dismiss upon proof. Casey Lee Crawford. An raignment. 1. No/expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt. 2. No/expired reg— istration plates 3. Failure to produce insurance card 4. Operating on suspend- ed/revoked operator’s li- cense 5. Operating MV u/ influence‘alcohol .08, 1st ,6. Possess open alcohol beverage container in MY. Bonded. Emily Faye Edwards. Bond hearing. 1. Posses sion controlled sub. 1st de~ gree, .lst offense, metham— phetamine 2. Possession controlled substance, 1st degree, lst offense, heroin 3. Possession of marijuana 4. Drug paraphernalia — buy/possess 5. Failure to surrender revoked opera— tor’s license. Agreement reached. Order to be en-- tered. Dennis Jent. Pretrial conference. 1. Violation of February 18, 2021 - 9 1P0 PC cont. Mar. 2, 2021. Dennis C. Jent. Pretrial conference. -1. Resisting ar- rest. Defendant warned of contempt. PC cont. Mar. 2, 2021 .' Dennis Cole J ent. Pretri— al conference. 1. Fleeing/ evading police, 2nd degree (on foot). PC cont. Mar. 2, 2021 John S. Kissick. Arraign— ment. 1. Receiving stolen property 11/8500; Cont. arr. Feb. 16 at jail docket Kahila Marie Lewis. Pos— session controlled sub— stance, 1st degree, lst of.- tense, cocaine. Bonded. Beverly A, Seagraves. 1. Theft by unlawful taking 11/8500. Bonded. . Eric Daniel Shaw. Ar- raignment. 1 Operating MV u/iniluence sub: stance, lst 2. Possession of marijuana. Bonded. Anthony Allen Smith. Arraignment. 1. NO/ex- pired registration plates 2. No/ expired Kentucky reg- istration receipt 3. Failure to wear seat belts 4. Speed- ing 26 mpg over/ greater 5. Careless driving 6. Failure to orimproper signal 7. Operating MV u/influ- ence substance, 1st. Appt. Charles tendon. 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