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'i! i! Coui0000houoso flOW& DISTRICT COURT Commonwealth vs. Charles Bar- rett, show cause hearing, terroristic threatening, fta, otv 3. Commonwealth vs. Michael W. Botts, show cause hearing, opmvu/ inf. alc/drugs .08 agg. 2nd, alcl. in- tox. I st/2nd, refus, brth/bld/urine test, disorderly conduct, pd. in full. Commonwealth vs. Angela Ste- phens Butcher, show cause hearing, speed 21 mph over limit, no KY reg. plates, no insurance, paid in full. Commonwealth vs. David W. Carter, show cause hearing, alcl. in- tox. l st/2nd, poss. open alco'l bey. cont'r in my, possession of marijua- na, fta, otv 10. Commonwealth vs. Mikie Crouch, showcause hearing, alcl.intox, l st/2nd, pd in full. Commonwealth vs. Richard Crouch, show cause hearing, theft by deception (M), fta, otv 10 Commonwealth vs. Omar C. Dai- ley, show cause hearing, opmvu/inf- alc/drugs .08/lst agg., fta, otv 3. Commonwealth vs. Eric Frazier, show cause hearing, non support I st, probation violation (MISD), fla. otv 3. Commonwealth vs. Joseph G. Groves, show cause hearing, no/exp. reg. receipt, no KY reg. plates, no insurance, fail wear seatbelt, operat- ing on susp/d lic, fail to notify dot/ add, waived per judge. Commonwealth vs. Timothy C. Howard, show cause hearing, alcl. intox. I st/2nd, poss open alco'l bev. cont'r in my, possession of marijua- na, p/s fine cost paid in full. Commonwealth vs. Charlotte Link, show cause hearing, theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), theft by deception (M), fta, otv 10. Commonwealth vs. Eugene Mc- Carry, Jr., show cause hearing, theft of services >$300 (F), fta, otv 3. Commonwealth vs. Lisa Alice McCarty, show cause hearing, op mv u/infl, alc/drug .08 1st, given new date of 7--5-02. Commonwealth vs. John D. Meadows, show cause hearing, ob- structed windshield prohibit, driv. dui susp. lic. i st, possession of mar- ijuana, fail wear seatbelt, fta, otv 10. Commonwealth vs. Dustin H. Mills, show cause hearing, no KY reg. plates, no insurance, strike. Commonwealth vs. Derrick A. Norman, show cause hearing, learn- er permit, no lic'd op, fta, dn. Commonwealth vs. Omer F. Rob- inert, show cause hearing, criminal mischief 3rd., disorderly conduct, pd. Commonwealth vs. Eddie Robin- son, show cause hearing, alcl. intox. I st/2nd, disorderly conduct, paid in full. Commonwealth vs. Martinez Sim- plicio, show cause hearing, speed ! 8 mph over limit, no operators license, op my, u/intl, alc/drug .08 1st, paid $50.00 now due $538.50, fta, otv 10. Commonwealth vs. Tonya R. Taul, show cause hearing, theft by deception (M), fta, otv 10. Commonwealth vs. Nancy C. Williams, show cause hearing, wel- fare fraud (FTRCEB), welfare fraud (FTRCEB), fta, otv3. Commonwealth vs. Jeffery L. Wilson, show cause hearing, no op- erators license, no insurance, fta, dn, otv 3. Commonwealth vs. Gregory Scott Johnson, cram. trespass 3rd, Hen. Sam Weaver appt., paa fee, g. plea, $250 fine, poss. drug para., bw served for fta, g. plea, 12 me. jail credit for 8 days served, bal. p/s 2 yrs. terms no viol. of law. Commonwealth vs. Donald Mor- ris. flagrant nonsupport, Hen. Sam weaver appt., paa fee, ng plea, e.t. 2- 26-02 at 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth vs. James E. Rob- inson, speeding 81/65, 6 me. diver sion, no seatbelt, $25 fine and court cost payment order entered, no proof of ins., proof provided, dismissed per local rule. Commonwealth vs. Melanie Mitchell, other hearing, no operators license, g. plea, 1 me. jail p/s 2 yrs. terms no viol. of law relating to op- eration of motor vehicle, pay court cost. Morehead Financial, Inc. vs. Di- ana Crouch, motion hour, def. served and fta, motion sustained, judgment entered. Owingsville Grocery Co., Inc. vs. Valerie Hedge, other hearing, no service, reissue summons. Owingsville Grocery Co.. Inc. vs. Yolanda Hedge, other hem'ing, no service, reissue summons. Jessica Rene Dixon vs. Jimmy Dale Dixon, other hearing, clarifica- tion letter filed in the record, dis- missed. Commonwealth vs. Steven Dou- glas Ballard, proof, no KY reg. plates, dismissed, not owner of vehicle, fail wear seatbelt, g. plea, $25 fine plus court cost, no insurance, valid insur- ance produced, dismissed per local rule, operating on susp'd lic., valid ol's produced, dismissed per statute. Commonwealth vs. Richard J. Bryant, arraignment, criminal tres- pass - 3rd, 1 yr. court ordered diver- sion, possession of marijuana, g. plea, $50 fine plus court cost, warned 2nd offense draws jail sentence. Commonwealth vs. Charlene Lou- ise Canafax, sentencing, theft by deception(M), redocket 3-5-02 at 9 a.m. to provide proof of restitution. Commonwealth vs. Charlene Lou- ise Canafax, sentencing, theft by deception (M), restitution pd. prior to arraignment, dismissed as 1 st of- fense, pay court cost. Commonwealth vs. Gary Dennis- ton, motion hour, fta, bw. Commonwealth vs. Terry W. Norris, arraignment, criminal tres- pass 3rd, 1 yr. court ordered diver- sion. Commonwealth vs. Wesley T. Stephens, proof, operating on susp'd lic., possess revoked/suspended lic., enrollment letter for sts produced and ors reinstated, dismissed per stat- ute. Commonwealth vs. Larry Wayne Carpenter, pretrial conference, sex abuse - 2nd degree, g. plea, sentenc- ing to be set on separate date, to report to Hen: Jeff West, Parole and Probation, Montgomery Court, by noon 2-20-02, Parole and Probation to prepare report and recommenda- tion to the court, Parole and Proba- tion to submit report to the court after defendant completes risk as- sessment. Commonwealth vs. Ricky D. Mack, pretrial conference, no opera- tors license, speed 16 mph over (L/ A), fail wear seatbelt, c.t. 3-19-02 at 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth vs. Donald C. Patton, pretrial conference, simple aslt. (physical contact), final p.t. con- ducted, c.t. 4-2-02 at 10:30 a.m., Robbie Pahon recognized in open court and on the record in lieu of subpoena. Commonwealth vs. David L. Shrout, pretrial conference, p.i. (c.s.) excl. alc., g. plea, $25 fine, poss cs; 3rd des. 1st off., dismissed w/out prejudice, KSP lab cannot test sy- ringe, use/possess drug paraphern I st, g. plea, 6 me. jail, same terms as circuit court case #00-CR-00038. Commonwealth vs. Derek E. Bai- ley, court trial, no operators license, no insurance, g. plea, sentencing to be set on separate date, when court can determine sentencing options, def. now 18 yrs. old. Commonwealth vs. Darrell W. Treadway, court trial, op mv u/anti alc/drugs .08 2nd, bench trial con- ducted, defendant found guilty w/ officer having reasonable suspicion to stop, sent. to $350 fine, $250 ser- vice fee plus costs, 30 days in jail, revocation of lic., 12 mos. ordered ADE class, poss. open alco'l bev cont'r in mv, dismissed by court. Mary K. Bailer vs. Robert Bailer, domestic violence, heating conduct- ed, dvo not issued, parties advised as to future contact. Michele J. Cooper vs. William J. Cooper, domestic violence, hearing conducted, no grounds for dvo, peti- tioner caused altercation by not re- turning daughter to father, mother ordered to permit father to p/u daugh- ter forthwith. Lisa G. Thompson vs. Thomas M. Thompson, domestic violence, trans- fer case to circuit court per protocol. Commonwealth vs. Thomas J. Dickerson, motion hour, fta, bw, no bbnd. Commonwealth vs. Charliene Crouch Norris, court trial, opmvu/ inf. alc/drugs .08 agg. 2nd, case tried by the court, defendant found, refus. brttdbld/urine test, defendant found of refusal to submit to a test to deter- mine level of impairment, written verdict to issue since dui case was trial w/o a jury, copy of calendar to the court w/copy of citation. ,. CIVIL DISTRICT State Farm Mutual Automobile Inc. Comp vs. Thomas Dickerson NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENTS FILED IN BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ESTATE: Bessie C. Hogge EXECUTOR: Glenn Michael Hogge, Henry' Thomas Hogge and Mary Karen Johnson FILED: 2- ! 9-02 Any exceptions to such final set- tlement must be filed within 30 days "Let A Tax Professional Save You Money!" ELECTRONIC FILING- FAST REFUND DIRECT DEPOSIT A VAILABLE Brad Frizzell- 683-5041 Men. - Fri., 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. o Dine.In o Carry.Out o Delivery. FAMILY SPECIALS One 14" with the Works & One 14"1 Topping 1 699a x Original or Thin Crust One 14" One T0ppzng Tax Original or Thin Crust Must mention special when ordenng. Good for limited time only. Delivery extra. I MEAL DEAL Must mention special when ordering. Good for limited time only. Deliver'/extra. I AIa I II l Ill A I A I l i Illl 1 ? 'p='---' ' , lu"iwo ioppmg uqzza lU,Ot wings, = -- =ll , , , .,,_.. .. . 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Hart to Jonathan Lee Hart, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the love and and affection the Grantors have for the Grantee. David A. Jones and Charlotte R. Jones to County of Bath, 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. Virginia Toy, James R. Razor and Frances Razor to Frontier Hous- ing, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the sum of $10,000.00 cash in hand paid. Integra Bank to Justin Swartz and Stephanie Swartz, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consider- ation of the sum of $6,000.00 cash in hand paid. Wanda Lou Jones to Randol C. Carlton and Tracy L. Carlton, a cer- tain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County for and in consideration of the love and affec- tion which party of the first part has for parties of the second part. MARRIAGES Michelle Hunt and Timothy Wade Coldwell. Go for itl 1 The News-Outlook may be purchased at one of 24 newsstands all over the county. Library of America -- Lois Crump, listens as Tracye Clemens Botts and Gary Boyd selections at the African American Read-In held Memorial Library. In the background is Farisa Con, In highlighted selections by African American auth. "The Library of America", which the library recently a grant. Gas prices staying low says AAA Gasoline prices across Kentucky are remaining relatively low, a trend that began last fall and may continue. through the first qtmrter of 21X)2, according to AAA. The average price fir a gallon of unleaded regular in Kentucky is $1.09 , down three cents form Janu- ary and down 37 cents from Febru- ary 2001. 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