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Coui00Lhou00o I3C:W00 I ",&apos;.E.A+.COUN+YNEWS-OU0000OOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 21 - February 28, 2002 I I I t ! :i [ DISTRICT COURT Commonwealth vs. Barbara Brooks, disregarding stop sign, no seatbelt, 6 month court ordered di- version, no insurance, valid insur- ance produced, dismissed per local rule. Commonwealth vs. Timothy Moore, speeding, g. plea, sts, pay court cost. Commonwealth vs. Chester Whipple, speeding, chg. amended to 75/65, pay fine and cost. Patrick Shepherd vs. Floyd Bran- ham, other hearing, debtor agreed to pay $25 per month, car m be repos- sessed by plaintiff. Lisa Alice McCarty vs. Eugene McCarty, Jr., show cause hearing, resp. fta for his own motion. Commonwealth vs. Steven Dou- glas, proof, no KY reg plates, fail wear seatbelt, no insurance, operat- ing on susp'd lie., continue to 2-19- 02 at 9 a.m. Commonwealth vs. William L. Delawder, arraignment, speed 26 mph over/greater, g. plea, $ IfXI fine plus court cost, follow too close, passenger veh., g plea, $100 fine, no KY reg. plates, g. plea, $25 fine, no/ exp. reg. receipt, dismissed, stack- ing charges. Commonwealth vs. Timothy W. Lewis, pretrial conference, theft by deception (M), g. plea, 1 yr. jail, probation upon pint. of restitution, ordered to pay co atty tee. Commonwealth vs. Timothy W. Lewis, pretrial conference, theft by deception (M), g. plea, I yr. jail, probation upon pmt. of restitution, ordered to pay co. atty. tee. Commonwealth vs. 'limothy W. Lewis, pretrial conference, theft by deception (M), g. plea, ! yr. jail, probation upon pmt. of restitution. Commonwealth vs. Timothy W. Lewis, pretrial conference, theft by deception (M), g. plea, I yr. jail, probation upon pmt. of restitution. Commonwealth vs. Timothy W. Lewis, pretrial conference, theft by deception (M), g. plea, 1 yr. jail, probation upon pmt. of restitution. Commonwealth vs. Timothy W. Lewis, pretrial conference, theft by deception (M), g. plea, 1 yr. jail, probation upon pmt. of restitution. Commonwealth vs. Pamela Stone, , sentencing; theft tiy dece tion (M), fta. bw. mp bond. Commonwealth vs. Pamela G. Stone, sentencing, theft by decep- tion (M), theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), theft by de- ception (M), theft by deception (M), fta, bw, no bond. Commonwealth vs. Pamela Gwenn Stone, sentencing, theft by deception (M), fta, b, no bond. Commonwealth vs. Fiossie Tip- ton, arraignment, theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), tb,,ft by deception (M}, theft by deci lion (M), restitu- tion pd. prior to arraignment, dis- missed as 1st offense. Commonwealth vs. Richard DA Botts, court trial, careless driving, g. plea, sts, pay court cost. Commonwealth vs. Ricky McCar- ty, pretrial conference, sex abuse - third degree, j,t. 6-27-02 at 9 a.m., final p.t. 6-25-02 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth vs. 'Brian S. Weber, pretrial conference, no in- surance, g. plea, 3 mo.jaii p/s 2 yrs or until restitution paid pursuant agree- ment filed in the record, copy of calendar to Winnie Lawson. Commonwealth vs. Charles R. Wilson, sentencing, leaving accident, no insurance, fta, bw, no bond. Triplctts Dozer Service vs. ita roid "Rocky" PeJ ry ';how =ausc ncm ing, fta, failed to an cr i,tcl n ,alu ries, bw. cash bond $980.0() !flu< court cost. Commonweahh w Dean t :vt.:, prelimmary hearing tlagralll +aul support, chg. anlendtxt t(, iiii%d tit,I; SUl)port t HI nlotioll of coillrl i ul,+. ,+t ; h I g. plea. 6 so. jail pls 2yr>,. i ,m strict compliance wlchild suPi:w, t t obligation, forfci! $14rio cash b.  ,, 1 toward drrearage, ce art\\;. ',,lJ] tJJ' sit probation oldcJ C()ll1111()11Wcilllll ,', J J',l( Crouch, court IIial, prc>ip, m m, proper contain.. I sl. dNnisse,l uI+ motion of co. atty f\\;++ g >+tt t:ttl'4,r. specifically, drug wus not a ct,n trolled substance, release bond t.'+ surety. Commonweaith vs. t:,mothy Ray Goodnmn, preliniina!y item .u speed 19 mph ovet iimit IL'il .,,,Cal seatbeh, no insurance, opmu/uit ale/drugs, .08/lst agt', p':>,:' opii alco'l bev. cont'r ih my ictus brtlu' bid/urine test+ tail to notily dot/add fleeing/ewding police I,,t, fch,n' waived to 2-21-12 gland jtuy "i pl Veeneman recognized u+ opun court and otl tile recold :n iict+ i :,,tJ,poc ha. Ltmmonx ealth vs. Felix S,mchc/ arraignment. :.mproper reg. ptatw,, U plea, $25 free. fail wear seatbclt, merge w/chg. 4, no insur- ance. valid insurance produced, dis- t,iscd per local rule, op mv u/inll. ulcAh ug .08 l,t, Hon. Sam Weaver appl, pa,t Ice. g. plea, $200 fine, $250 s.l.. rex of priv. to drive for 12(Idays or uHtJl he complies w/laws to acquire KY ol's. ordered to com- plete AL)I: class, no operators li- cense, g. pica. 90 days jail p/s 2 yrs. terms no viol of law relating to oper- ation of motor vehicle. Comnronweahh vs. Katherine Michelle Sutton. arraignment, wan- ton endangerment 1st degree, opm- vu/inf-alc/drugs .08/I st, agg., no i n- ,,urance; fail use child restrnt., defat I ,,mchouse Rehab for 37 days beg. 2- 6 02 tt an:-,fcl l ehmy to 2-21-02 grand jill,, IILtlI',Ict illisd, w/tclony. (<unmonwealth vs. Brandon Lee t ho+ltpstm, alt agmuent, no Kg reg. plates, up nn, u/roll, alc/drug .08 1 st, ios,cssion ul marijuana, use/pos- sess drug paaphern I st, Hon. Kim prl(:c entclcd appeal ante, def. coun- ,ci gra,tcd mllil 2-2b-02 to file dis- ,.o,,ct?, cry. atty. granted 30days to al>,we ng. plea, p.t. 2-26-02 at 10 ,i I1, Commonwealth vs. David W. Holbrook, other hearing, theft by deception (M), Hon. Sam Weaver appt., paa Ice, g. pica, 12 ntu lad. no early release until restitution pd. ill full. Commonweahh vs Da,,Id W. Holbrook, review, their by decep- tion (M), Hon Sam Weave, appi. paa tee, g. plea, 12 rno Nil, no early release until restitution pd u, lull Conrmonwealth vs. San,m tha Lee Ball, arraignment, ,.p nc u/roll, ale/ drug .08 I st, no insmancc, no KY reg plates, fta, 20 da) notite to surety, bw, no bond Commonwealth va Betty J. Mo- reland, arraignment, opmvu/inf-alc/ drugs 08/lst agg., n. g. plea, Hon. Sam Weave1 appt., paa lee, p.t. 3-12- 02 at I 0 a.m. Commonwealth vs. Terry Mull- ins, arraigmnent, unlawful impris- onment 2nd deg., Hon Robert Gul- left to represent deE, n.g. plea, p.t. 3- 26-02 at l0 a.m. Commonwealth vs. Porfirio Quer- reeo, arraignment speed 13 mph over limit, g. plea, $26 fine, no operators license, g. plea, 91)days jait p/s 2 yrs. terms no viol. of hlw relating to op- eration of motor vehicle, no ir, sur- ance, valid insutancc produced, dis- missed per local rule, op nrv u/raft ale/drug .08 1st dismissed on mo- tion of cry. atty. duc to ba 007, no KY reg. plates, valid registration produced, tailure to reg. transler, dismissed per local rule, SMALl, CLAIMS Byrd ('hrysler vs Brent Cantrell Byrd's Chrysler vs. LDI P,y rd's Chrysler vs. Steve C. Jones Rexel Short vs. Delphie Patton Southern States vs. Crystal Spen- cer ETAL Downtown Athletic Club vs. Mark (;lass CIRCUI,T COURT Lart3, D. Smith vs. Clara Sue Smith Brian K. Wells vs. Mary F. Wells DEEDS Lonme W. Conyers and Phyllis (. onyers, Rickey Conyers and Patsy Con}ers, Donna Hayes and Charles Hayes. Charles Hart and Mary Hart, hulcnc S Itart to Charles Hart and M;.ttv l-tat and Eulene S. Hart, a certain pat eel or tract or land lying in Bath (Ullly for and in consider- atom ,4 the sum of $1.00 and other goud and valuable considerations. Emery Burgess and Thelma Alice Burgess to George Swiney and Vir- ginia Swiney, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the sum of $30,000.00 and other good and valuable considerations. Agnes Rose Manley to Lyndsay Jones, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the love and affection the Grantor has for the Grantee. Taste Tolson Terrell to Robert Stalnper and Ruth Stamper, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and be- ing in Bath County for and in consid- eration of the sum of $8,000.00 cash in hand paid. Ronnie Vibbert and Phyllis Veb- bert to Anthony Elliott, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and be- ing in Bath County for and in consid- eration of thesum of $10,000.00 cash in hand paid. Helene Rice Perkins to Samuel M. Havens and Bernice Havens, a certain parcel or tract of land lying in Bath County and Montgomery County for and in consideration of the sum of $435,000;00 of which $85,(X)0.00 cash in hand paid. Nina Williams to Chad Williams and Jessica Williams, a certain par- cel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County tbr and consideration of $1.00 and other good and valu- able considerations. Frankie Hardin to Dale Darrell, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the sum of $9,000.00 cash in hand paid. Louise C. Razor to David Rey- nolds and Brenda Reynolds, a cer- tain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the sum of $67,000.00 and other good and val u- able considerations, MARRIAGES Stephanie Nicole Turner and Larry Michael Petts Kimberly Hunt and Billy Joe Hunt Patricia Lee Otis and David An- thony Ferrell Treasurer Miller and Rep. Belcher tell residents to Get KAPT State Treasurer Jonathan Miller and Rep. Carolyn Belcher, at the State Capitol today, launched the spring enrollment period for Ken- tucky's Aftordable Prepaid Tuition (KAPT). KAPT makes it easier for Kentucky families to afford college for their children by guaranteeing the cost of tomorrow's tuition at to- day's lower prices, all with a com- pletely tax-free investment. Rep. Belcher cosponsored House Bill 180, in 2000 that authorized Treasurer Miller to implement the KAPT prepaid tuition program. In KAPT's first enrollment period last fall, 2,700 children across Kentucky were signed up. The spring enroll- ment period lasts until April 15. KAPT allows families to cap col- lege inflation rates by offering the cost of tomorrow's tuition at today's :'; .... % ' Get KAPT! -- State Treasurer Jonathan Carolyn Belcher launched the spring enrollment Affordable Prepaid Tuition (KAPT). Rep. Belcher cos Bill 180, in 2000 that authorized Treasurer Miller to KAPT program. lower prices. Parents and grandpar- ents can pre-pay tuition in one lump sum, or in manageable monthly pay- ments over the course of several years. Better yet, KAPTinvestments grow completely exenrpt from state or federal taxes. KAPT guarantees payment of full tuition and fees at any Kentucky public college or university. Bene- fits also can be used at private Ken- tucky colleges and other colleges and universities nationwide. "I'm thrilled to have helped create this important stated. 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