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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 21, 2016 - 13 District Court Hon. Don Blair April 12, 2016 Shawna Beamon. Ar- raignment. 1. Parent/Cus- todian send child to school, of non-owner operator to maintain required in- surance, 1st. 4A. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/security, 2nd or >. Lora J. Corey. Arraign- 1st and 2nd offense. Plead ment. 1. No/Expired reg- Not Guilty. PC May 17, 2016 at 9:00am. Robert T Bennett. Prov- ocation Revocation Hear- ing. 11 counts of Obstruc- tion. Theft by deception, include cold checks under $300. Count 11. Contempt of Court. Issue BW $100. FCB. Krystal Blackburn. Ar- raignment. 1. Parent/Cus- todian send child to school, 1st and 2nd offense. Plead Not Guilty. PC May 17, 2016 at 9:00am. Gall T. Bowles. Arraign- ment. 1. Assault, 4th de- istrafion plates. 2. No/ Expired Kentucky regis- tration receipt. 3. Failure to notify address change to the Department of Trans- portation. 4. Failure to produce insurance card. Dismissed upon proof. Michael W. Craig. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt. 2. No/Expired reg- istration plates. Dismissed upon proof. Sarah tL Downs. Contin- ued First Appearance. 1. No/Expired registration plates. 2. No/Expired Ken- gree, minor injury. Dis-tucky registration receipt. miss upon motion of the County Attorney per re- quest of CN. Brian K. Brewer. Pretrial Conference. 1. Speeding 21mph over limit. 2. Op- erating on suspended/re- voked operator's license. 3. Failure to produce in- surance card. 4. Failure 3. Failure to produce insur- ance card. CFA May 24, 2016 at 9:00am. Misty A. Fultz. Arraign- ment. 1. No/Expired Ken- tucky registration receipt. 2. No/Expired registration plates. Dismiss upon proof. William D. Harris. Pre- trial Conference. 1. Ob- Photo courtesy of Earl Willis Bath County Jailer Earl Willis and a crew of work re- lease inmates last week discovered a bag containing 31 hypodermic needles while cleaning the roadside in the Peasticks community. This image was shared on social media and caught the attention of WKYT Channel 27, who interviewed Willis for a news story last Friday. Willis said that in five weeks of doing roadside clean-up this year, they have found 115 discarded needles, and they find 3 -4 needles on average each day, in addition to cleaning up more than 50 bags of trash each day. This highlights the rise of use of heroin in Bath County. The first ar- rests in the county for heroin trafficking were made during a massive regional drug round-up last April, and several of those individuals lived within a mile and a half of one another in the Peasticks area. The Owingsville Police Department also recently disposed of a loaded heroin needle discovered by a local citizen along Slate Avenue. struction. Possession of marijuana. 2. Obstruction use/possess drug para- phernalia, 1st offense. Defendant failed to ap- pear. CN May 17, 2016 at 9:00am. Wesley Taylor Hiatt. Ar- raignment. 1. Rear license not illuminated. 2. No/Ex- pired Kentucky registra- No/Expired registra- tion plates. Dismiss upon proof. 3. No/Expired Ken- tucky registration receipt. Dismiss upon proof. Pamela Northcutt. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired registration plates. Dis- miss upon proof. 2. No/Ex- pired Kentucky registra- tion receipt. Dismiss upon to 'produce insurance card. Proof provided to Co Atty Office. Dismiss. Daniel Wallace. Motion Hour. 1. Theft by decep- tion, include cold checks under $500. Defendant held in Scott Co. CN to defendant. Reset May 31, 2016 at 9:00am. Bobhi L. Wells. Confin- substance (excludes alco- tion receipt. 3. No/Expired registration plates. 4. Fail- ure of non-owner operator to maintain required in- surance, lst..CFA May 24, 2016 at 9:00am. Tom S. Ingram II. Ar- raignment. 1. Possession of marijuana. Plead Guilty. $100 fine. Amanda R. JeweU. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired registration plates. 2. No/ Expired Kentucky regis- tration receipt. Dismiss upon proof. Cathy L. Lane. Pretrial Conference, 1. No opera- tors/moped license. Plead Not Guilty. DL's produced. Co Atty. to investigate in- surance. May 3, 2016 at 9:00am. Vanessa K. McCleese. Arraignment. 1. Speed- l mph over limit. 2. I proof. 3. No operators/mo- ped license. Dismiss upon proof. 4. Failure to produce insurance card. Amend to no insurance, 1st offense. Plead Guilty. $500 fine p/s 2 years NVL. Costs. Oscar Robinson. Pretrial Conference. 1. Operating on suspended/revoked operators license. Plead guilty. 90 days. To serve 30 days, concurrent with Montgomery County. Bal p/s 2 years:, NVL. Amanda R. Shields. Ar- raignment. 1. Op MV un- der/influence of alcohol/ drugs, etc..08, 1st offense. CFA June 14, 2016 at l:00pm. Scott K. Teagne. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired registration plates. 2. No/ Expired Kentucky regis- trafion receipt. 3. Failure I ued First Appearance. 1. No/Expired registration plates. 2. No/Expired Ken- tucky registration receipt. 3. Failure of owner to maintain required insur- ance/security, 1st. Placed on 2 year diversion; NVL. 4. Failure to notify address change to the Department of Transportation. Dismiss upon proof. 5. License to be in possession. Dismiss upon proof. Erica Dawn Williams. Arraignment. 1. Theft by deception, include cold checks under $10,000. Dis- miss upon motion of Co Atty. Restitution pd from bond. Approved by CN. William Hawkins. Ar- raignment. 1. TBUT all others $500 or more but unde r$10,000. Appt. Stu- art Read; Plead not guilt. I some Class D felonies, By Cecil Lawson provided that a judge KyNewsGroup vacates the case, paving cecil@kynewsgroup.com the way for some con- * The Kentucky Gener- victed felons to be able alAssembly2016 session to get back their vot- ended at midnight on Fri- ing rights; HB 626, the day, April 15. Most new laws passed during this session will go into effect in 90 days. * Attorney General Andy Beshear filed a law: suit last Monday against Gov. Matt Bevin in which he challenged Bevin's authority to implement a 4.5 percent spending cut to Kentucky's public col- leges and universities. * Two bills focused on Work Ready scholarship program for high school graduates, which pro- vides free tuition for stu- dents seeking an associ- ate's degree at the state's community colleges and universities, with $25.3 million budgeted for the next two years; a bill that will change Kentucky's drivers' licenses to meet federal requirements for boarding domestic air- saving the state's health line flights; a second rev- care exchange, . enue bill (a rewritten HB and: xpanding Medicaid:; to provide funding coverage, HB 5 and HB 6, died in the Senate Health and Welfare committee on Monday when only five Republicans showed up to vote. Senate Repub- licans have supported Gov. Bevin's push to dis- mantle kynect. * The House of Rep- resentatives passed the following legislation this past week: HB 40, which allows expungement for for state operations with- out the tax breaks which Gov. Bevin threatened to veto; and a $3.58 billion, two-year budget for the Kentucky Transporta- tion Cabinet (HB 129). * The Kentucky Sen- ate passed the following legislation last week: SB 296, creating the Gover- nor's School for Entre- preneurs. * House and Sen- ate members reached a compromise budget agreement in the early morning hours of last Thursday. The $21 bil- lion, two-year budget includes 9 percent cuts for most state agencies, and a 4.5 percent cut to the state's public Univer- WFtL PH April 19, 2016 at 10:30am. William L. Hawkins. Re. view. 1. Cultivation of mari- juana, 5 or more plants; 1st offense. PH April 19, 2016 at 10:30am. William L. Hawkins. Other Hearing. 1. Public intoxication controlled hol) 2. Possession of mari- juana. 3. Drug parapherna- lia, buy/possess. Hearing April 19, 2016 at 10:30am. William L. Hawkins. Ar- raignment. 1. Burglary, 2nd degree. 2. Criminal mischief, 3rd degree. Appt. Stuart Read. Plead not guilty. WFP PH April 19, 2016 at 10"30am. Quentin Myers. Ar- raignment. 1. Robbery, 1st degree. 2. TBUT all oth- ers $10,000 or more but under $ ,000,000. Plead Not Guilty. Appt Stuart Read. PH April 19, 2016 at 10:30am. Beverly A. Seagraves. Other Hearing. 1. TBUT or DISP shoplifting under $500. Appt Stuart Read. Plead not guilty. WFR. PC April 19, 2016 at 10:00am sities. Budget areas ex- empt from cuts include I(-12 public schools, Medicaid, and Kentucky Educational Television. The budget also does not include pay raises for teachers and for most state workers. The cuts allowed the state govern- ment to provide $1.2 bil- lion to pay on a $36 billion shortfall in the state's pension systems, includ- ing $973 million going to the Kentucky Teachers' Retirement System and $186 million to the Ken- tucky Employee Retire- ment System. A perma- nent fund to stabilize the state's pension system was also created. The budget also established Captiol Review cont. on pg,: 14 Located: 10321 Hillsboro Rd., Hillsboro KY 41049. Property is approx 2 1/2 miles South of Hillsboro on HWY 111 and is located on the East of HWY 111. Auction signs will be posted. Real Estate 163+/- acres of farm land located at 10321 Hillsboro Road, near Grange City. This livestock farm has 2 large tobacco/livestock barns (needs repair work), corn crib, large pond, Ritchie auto cattle waterers and average fencing. This land is currently being used for pasture and hay. Several acres of tillable cropland with scattered woodland. Road frontage on Ringos Grange City Road and HWY 111. City water available. Full possession with deed. Terms: 10% of purchase price (nonrefundable) due day of sale, balance due within 30 days of purchase. For inspection prior to auction contact Chuck 606-782-0374. Seller: Darlene & Clarence Gallagher Pictures on www.chuckmarshall.com & www.auctionzip.com #1198 Although all information in all advertisements is obtained from sources deemed reliable, the auctioneer/broker and owners make no warranty or guarantee actual or implied as to the accuracy of the information. Lead paint could be present in any home built prior to 1978. Make your inspec- tion prior to sale date. Buyer will be required to sign a disclosure statement of lead base hazards along with a waiver of a 10-day post sale inspection. It is for this reason that the prospective buyers should avail themselves the opportunity to make inspection prior to auction. All announcements day of sale take precedence over all advertisements. Our company is not responsible for accidents. 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