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• ourthouse News. The Bath Thursday, Court Records DISTRICT COURT Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Bryan K. Anderson: assault 4th degree dv min injury; dis- missed per diversion. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs, Charles E Aragon; no opera- mr&apos;s/moped license; redocket 7-6- 04 at 9 a.m. for valid license. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs, Joseph B. Bailey; reckless driving; not guilty plea; ct 6-8-04 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Richard E. Bowles: no insur- ance; no Ky reg plates: no/exp reg receipt; fta: dn. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Brian Keith Bromagen; agg assault 4th child: not guilty plea; pt 7-6-04 at 10 a.m.: county attor- ney 30 days to respond to discov- ery. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Travis Dan'in Caldwell: speed 26 mph over/greater: guilty plea: $100 and costs: no insurance: dis- missed. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Martha Joan Crump; two counts of harassing comm's: Hon. Monica Hill appc; not guilty plea; pt 6-8-04 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jeremy A. Donahue no opera- tor's/moped license; incorrect charge; warned of permit viola- non; 6 month diversion: no insur- ance; produced: dismissed. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Raymond D Nester: rumor poss/alc; guilty plea: $25 and costs. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Serena Wages; parent send child to sch; lst/2nd; redocket 6- 1-04 at 9 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Felicia Williams; speed 26 mph over/greater; fta; dn. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. David S. Wilson; operating on susp'd lie; guilty plea; sent 6-8-04 at 10 a.m. Sheila Kay Caldwell vs. Danny Allen Caldwell; show cause order; dvo extended; 3 years; terms: no contact; not to be within 1000 feet. Sharon Sue White vs. Danny Allen Caldwell; domestic vio- lence pet - served 5-18; ct to review petition. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Danny A. Caldwell; dui; Hon. Monica Hill appt; guilty plea; : $200 and $250 and costs; revoca fine: terr threatening; guilty plea: 12 months in jail: disorderly con- duct: guilty plea: 90 days in jail; no ol's: guilty plea; 90 days in jail: total jail 12 months. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Charles Blue: dui lst: amend to dui 2nd: not guilty plea; pt 6-1- 04 at l0 a.m.: Hon. Monica Hill appt. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Nancy Conley; flagrant non support: arrearage waived by complaining witness: requested charged be dismissed: sustained: dismissed. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Rusty Morton: assault 4th: Hon. Molfica Hill appt.; not guilty plea: pt 6-8-2004 at l0 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Rusty Morton: escape 3rd: not guilty plea; pt 6-8-04 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Kent L Wright: non support: Hon. Monica Hill appt.; misd. non support; not guilty plea: pt 6-8-04 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Donetta Shults: non support; misd. non support: not guilty plea: pt 6-8-04 at l0 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Larry Carpenter: complicity to committ burg 3rd, not guilty plea: xt 6-1-04 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. James Reynolds: harassing communications: Hon. Monica Hill appt.; guilty plea: sent 6-1-04 jail docket. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. James Reynolds; poss drug para; Hon. Monica Hill appt.; guilty plea: sent 6-1-04 .jail dock- et. Cophers Chevron vs. Gary John Church; court trial; debt acknowledged; judgement tbr plaintiff'. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. John K. Burns; probation rev- ocation hearing; arrearage paid in full; motion withdrawn. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Raymond E. Crouch; cult of marl; <5 plants; I st off; use/pos- sess drug paraphem lst; posses- sion of marijuana; reset 6-1-04 at 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs, David Cli Smith; no insurance; ct 7-13-04 at 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Kathy Lynn Vice; comp cult of marl; 6 plat.s; 1st aft; posses-, sion"oP ilarimma; 'ffs/6Xesst RE-ESTABLISH YOUR CREDI . // l I tz v r t 100% CREDIT APPROVAL I__NN MINUTES! 3041 Owingsville Road, Mt. Sterling Ph.: 859-498-6449 - tion 90 days; ADE class ordered; . drpaollhc,lst; res-4 at I op6h"66nitifler; guilty 1ai$33 t0"in. Your Hometown Rental Company We Rent For Less Wilson Auto Sales, Inc. I I 1884 Owingsville Road, Mt. Sterling I[ Kentucky Employers' Mutual his. vs. Bobby Bilbrey; court trial: agreed order to be submitted. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Richard L Carter: cult of marl: <5 plants: 1st off: use/possess drug paraphem lst: psi recom- mended unsupervised probation: 90 days p/s 2 years: terms: no wo- lation of law: pay costs. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Ronda You Goodpaster; op mv u/infl alc/drug .08 l st: court trial conducted; copy of citation, BA slip and docket sheet to the court: written verdict to enter. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Earnest Lyle Crouch Jr: op mv u/infl alc/drugs, .08 2nd: motion to continue to withdraw: guilty plea; $350 and $250 and costs: revocation one year: ADE class ordered and seven days in jail; report 5-28-04 at 8 p.m.: driv, dui susp lic l st: dismissed on motion of county attorney; lic. surren- dered at arrmgnment; possession of marijuana: on recommendation of county attorney; guilty plea; $50; warned that 2rid conviction draws jail sent: advertise drug paraphem l st: on recommenda- tion of county attorney; guilty plea: $25 fine: warned that second conviction is a felony. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs, Kimbefly Johnson: no insur- ance: lic to be in possession: fail to notify DOT/ADD: proof submit- ted: dismissed. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Edsel Weaver: no reg; no insurance; to be dismissed by clerk when defendant files proof. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Franisco Sanchez: ai: guilty plea: $25 fine and cost; payment order entered. NOTICE OF FIDUCIARY BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ESTATE: Ewell T. Wightman EXECUTOR: EweU T. Wightman, Jr. FILED: 5-25-04 Police and Fire Department U Owingsville Police Dept. • Tuesday, May 25, Asst. Chief Wes Everman was dis- patched to a non-injury accident on Cedar Creek Drive. • Wednesday, May 26, Officer John Sutherland was dispatched to a non-injury acci- dent on Harrisburg Avenue. Officer Carl Richardson served a warrant. • Saturday, May 29, Asst. Chief Everman made an arrest. Officer Highley made an arrest for alcoholic intoxication. • Monday, May 31, Officer Sutherland responded to a domestic complaint in Mountain View Estates. Bath County Sheriff's Office. • Monday, May 24, BCSO performed a motorist assist on 1-64 Westbound at mile marker 122. BCSO assisted OPD on an accident on Slate Avenue. BCSOresponded to a com- plaint of four-wheelers in the street in Salt Lick. BCSO responded to a complaint of fireworks in Salt Lick. BCSO responded to a trespass com- plaint on Ky 36 west. • Tuesday, May 25, BCSO responded to a complaint of an intoxicated person on US 60 East. BCSO responded to a non-injury accident on Ky 11 South. BCSO responded to a domestic complaint on Walnut Road. BCSO responded to an ATV complaint on Caney Avenue. BCSO responded to a Weeks Ending May 31 possible DUI complaint on Ky 36 West. • Wednesday, May 26, BCSO resopnded to a complaint of two vehicles racing on Kendall Springs Road. BCSO served one warrant in Bethel. BCSO performed a funeral escort from Ritchie Hunt Funeral Home to Bethel. BCSO responded to a possible domestic in Salt Lick. BCSO responded to a com- plaint of trees in the roadway on US 60 East. BCSO responded to a complaint of a powedine down in the road on US 60 East. BCSO responded to a com- plaint of trees down in the road- way on Old Sand Road. • Thursday, May 27, BCSO responded to an accident on the Bath- Montgomery County line. BCSO responded to a 911 dis- connect in the Reynoldsville area. BCSO responded to a property dispute in Midland. BC, SO served one EPO in Salt Lick. • Friday, May 28, BCSO per- formed special duty at Cave Run Lake. BCSO responded to a stolen vehicle complaint in Salt Lick. BCSO responded to a breaking and entering com- plaint on Blevins Valley Road. • Saturday, May 29, BCSO responded to a possible DUI complaint on US60 East. BCSO responded to an alarm drop on Kendall Springs Road. BCSO responded to a possible DUI on US 60 East. BCSO i responded to a shots fired Road. • Sunday, May responded to a traffic hazard in BCSO res plaint of a figh Midland. an alcohol plaint in responded to an Sharpsburg. to an South. BCSO motorist assist Westbound at rnile J BCSO responded to accident on responded to dent on US 60. Sharpsburg VoL •Tuesday, p.m., SVFD non- injury •Thursday, home fire Road. The •Sunday, SVFD resonded to accident on Rt .11. on storm. Total of 14 day and p.m., responder run Road. •Monday, p.m., SVFD call to 220 water from Nancy K. Crouch Bath County. Circuit Clerk NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENTS BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ESTATE: Laura D. McVey EXECUTOR: Jack McVey FILED: 5-21-04 Any exceptions to such final settlement must be filed within 30 days from date said settlement was filed in Bath County District Court. Nancy K. Crouch Bath County Circuit Clerk NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENTS BATH COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ESTATE: Robert W. Gilmore Clark Jr. (successor FILED: 5-26-04 Any exceptions settlement must be 30 days from was filed in Court. NanCy  FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE OF FLEMING COUNTY "Since 1875" 108 Court Sq tngsburg, KY Fire, Wind, LighOling,   Farm Liabty, Mobile Home Insurance Availabte F%: 674,2237 FARM BUREAU William D. Ellington Agency Manager Derek Ellington, Agent Owingsville, Ky. Ph.: 606-674-6335 ¢. Kentucky " . Farm -FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO OF MASON COUNTY "Since 1879" • Homeowners • Farm Properties • Mobile Homes • Commercial Buildings • Churches Call Your Local County Director Lonnie Vice--606-674-2734 Bath, Menifee, Montgomery and C! 1718 U.S. 68 South, Maysville, KY 606-759-5252 Toll-Free 800-759-96l Subscribe to the News-Outlook! HOUSE & LOT 545 Harrisburg A venue Owingsville, KY LOCATION: 545 Harrisburg Avenue, Owingsville, KY. Turn off U.S. 60 beside Marley's Red Hed gas station and follow Harrisburg Avenue to auction sites. Watch for signs. Wells Realty & Auction will offer at public auction on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downey a8 owners, this well located house and lot. This property has all city amenities and offers bidders the chance for a great investment opportunity/ * 6/10 Acre lot (+ - ) * 4 Rooms * Bath * City Water * City sewer available *Natural gas Auctioneers Note:The house has been used as rental property and may need sonie repair to be used for that purpose or to be used as a home. Seller or Auction Co will riot be l responsible for accidents. I Prospective buyers shall have to. / ( I O) calender days prior to auction/ to conduct any inspections of the / properly lor lead base paint m the / home, Buyer must sign waiver ii / inspection is not performed. J Real Estate - Always a Wise Investment Any announcements Inade from auction block lakc precedence over any printed material All information contained in this brochure is derived from sourt'cs believed to bt, correct, but not uaratueed, Our co-op is part of the community, so when our linemen answer a call, they know the people who live there. Because our members aren't just account numbers, they're our friends and neighbors. Locally owned, locally operated, That's the cooperative difference. • rat ''€ A qbuchstone E ergy C(pe