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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper COURI NEWS July 05, 2012 -7 Bath County Courtroom 1 Hon. Don Blair Estate of HasseU Lanny Farmer. Mh. Hearing on appointment of successor Adm 8/7/12 at 9:30am NCEP LLC VS Jennifer A Stepp. Mk Def fta, jud entered Linville Anderson, Jr. Arr. 1 No/expired regis- tration plates, cfa 9/25/12 at 9am for proof fees &amp; li- cense. 2 Failure of owner to maintain required insur= ance/secufity 1st 30per- aling vehicle with expired operators license Sanchez Antonio. Arr. 1 No operators/moped license. P/G, S100 fines & costs. 2 Failure to pro- duce insurance card. Proof produced in effect at time of stop. Dismiss per local rule Shelby R Bowles. Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced. Dismiss per local rule. 2 No/expired Kentucky reg- istration receipt Proof pro- duced. Dismiss per local rule. 3 Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle. Proof produced. Dismiss per local rule Tommy M Bromagen. Arr. 1 Failure to wear seat belts. Cont to 7/17/12 at 9am, cn to Def. 2 Oper- ating on suspended/re- voked operators license Alvin D Bussell. Arr. 1 Failure of non-owner operator to maintain req insurance, 1st Proof pro- duced, ins in effect at time dismissed Timothy Caldwell, Jr. Art. 1 Speeding 9mph over limit 6mos diversion. 2 Li- cense to be in possession. Proof produced, dismiss w/warning Bryan X Castaneda Reyes. Arr. 1 Speed 26mph over (limited access). Arr 8/14/12 at 9am for inter- preter. 2 No operators/ moped license. 3 Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/security 1st. 4 No/expired regis- tration plates. 5 Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle Noemi P Ceballos. Arr. 1 Speed 16mph over (limited access). Cont to 9/18/12 at 9am. Cn to Def. 2 Oper- ating vehicle with expired operators license David M Clark. Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced, dismiss. 2 No/expired Kentucky registration receipt Proof produced, dismiss. 3 Failure to pro- duce insurance card. Proof produced in effect at time of stop. Dismiss per local rule. 4 Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle. Proof produced. Dis- missed upon proof Cody M Coons. Arr. 1 No motorcycle operators license. 12mos diversion on conditions not to oper- ate mc w/o license. 2 Fail- ure to produce insurance card. Proof produced, dis- missed. 3 Failure to notify address change to Dept of Transp. 4 Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle. Proof produced, dismissed. 5 Failure to comply w/helmet law <21yrs old. 12mos diver- sion Cody J Elliot Continued first appearance. 1 Operat- ing on suspended/revoked operators license. Cont for proof of license 12/4/12 at 9am. 2 Reckless driving. Cont for proof of license 12/4/12 at 9am. 3 Failure to wear seat belts. Cont for proof of license 12/4/12 at 9am Shirley L Ferguson. Ptc. 1 Operating on suspend- ed/revoked operators li- cense. Def fta, b/w. 2 No/ expired registration plates. 3 No/expired Kentucky registration receipt Janice A Haddix. Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced. Dismissed per local rule. 2 No/expired Kentucky reg- istration receipt. Proof pro- duced. Dismissed per local rule. 3 Failure of owner to maintain required insur- ance/security 1st Proof produced, 24mos diver- sion on conditions James Earnest Hatfield. Review. 1 Operate mv u/ influence alc/drugs, .08 2nd offense. Completed jail service, strike from docket 2 Failure to pro- duce insurance card. 2A Failure of owner to main- rain required instance/se- curity 1st 3 Possess open alcohol beverage contain- er in motor vehicle Lorrie M Hatfield. Arr. 1 Reg & title requirements veh not oper on hwy. Proof produced, dismissed. 2 Failure to produce insur- ,ance card. Proof produced, dismiss w/warning Sancha Hayes. Arr. 1 Failure of owner to main- tain required insuance/ security 1st Def fta, b/w. 2 No/expired registration plates. 3 No/expired Ken- tucky registration receipt. 4 Failure to notify address change to Dept of Transp Angela E Hedges. Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced. Dismiss w/warpAag. 2 No/ expired Kentuclff regis- tration receipt Proof pro- duced. Dismiss w/warn- ing Monica Holder Review. Warrant 1 Flagant non support Rev 7/10/12 at 9am for Co Atty to cont cw to see if wishes to pur- sue. 1A non-support Rev 7/10/12 at 9am for Co Atty to cont cw to see if wishes to pursue Marcus Joseph. Sta- res hearing. Def fta, b/w. Failure to comply w/prob cond. & left rehab. 1 Bur- glary, 1st degree Marcus W Joseph. Sta- ', Child Find for Children with Disabilities in Need of Special Education or 504 Services May2012 Child Find The Bath County School District keeps educational records in a secure location in each school and Board office. The Bath County School District obtains written consent from a parent or eligible student (age 18 or who is attending a postsecondary institution), before disclosing personally identifiable information to an entity or individual not authorized to receive it under FERPA. For students who have been determined eligible for Special Education, educational records will be destroyed at the request of the parents when the}' are no longer needed to provide educational programs or services. The Bath County School District may destroy the educational records of a child without parent request three years after they are no longer needed to provide educational programs or services. Parents are advised that data contained in the records may later be needed for Social Security benefits or other purposes. The Bath County School District may retain, for an indefinite period of time, a record of the student's name, address, tdephone number, grades, attendance records, classes attended, grade level completed, and year completed. children eligible for Special Education include those children with disabilities who have autism, deaf-blindness, developmen- tal delay, emotional-behavior disability, hearing impairment, mental disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, specific learning disahility, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury, or visual impair- ment and who because of such an impairment need Special Education services. Children eligible for 504 services include those children in a public dementary and secondary education program who have a current physical or mental impairment that currently substantially limits some ma)or life activity which causes the student's ability to access the school environment or school activities to be substantially limited. Children eligible for the State-Funded Preschool program indude three-' and four-year-old children identified with disabilities and four-year-old children who are at-risk, as defined by federal poverty levels up to 150%. Preschool children eligible for spe- cial education must have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) instead of a 504 plan to receive State-Funded Preschool program services. The Bath County School District has an ongoing "Child Find" system, which is designed to locate, identify and evaluate any child residing in a home, facility, or residence within its geographical boundaries, age three (3) to twenty-one (21) years, who may have a disability and be in need of Special Education or 504 services. This includes children who are not in school; those who are in public, private, or home school; those who are highly mobile such as children who are migrant or homdeSs; and ' those who are advancing from grade to grade, who may need but are not receiving Special Education or 504 services. The district's "Child Find" system indudes children with disabilities attending private or home schools within the school district boundaries who may need special education services. The Bath County School District will make sure any child enrolled in its district who qualifies for Special Education or 504 services, regardess of how severe the disability, is provided appropriate Special Education or 504 services at no cost to the parents of the child. Parents, relatives, public and private agency employees, and concerned citizens are urged to hdp the Bath County School District find any child who may have a disability and need Special Education or 504 services. The District needs to know the name and age, or date of birth of the child; the name, address, and phone number(s) of the parents or guardian; the possible disability; and other information to determine ffSpecial Education or 504 services are needed. Letters and phone calls are some of the ways the Bath County School District collects the information needed. The informa- tion the school District collects will be used to contact the parents of the child and find out if the child needs to be evaluated or referred for Special Education or 504 services. If you know of a child who lives within the boundaries of the Bath County School District, who may have a disability, and may need but is not receiving Special Education or 504 services, please call 606-674-6314 ext. 6636 or send the information to: Director of Special Education Section 504 Coordinator Bath County Schools 405 West Maia Street e, xent.cky 4o36 Ph. 606-674-6314 . 66s6 If you know of a child who attends a private or home school within the boundaries of the Bath County School District, who may have a disability, and may need but is not receiving Special Education services, please ca11606-674-6314 ext. 6636 or send the information to: Director of Special Education 405 West Main Street Owingsvflle, Kentucky 4036 Ph. 606-674-6314 ext. 6636 "Child Find" activities will continue throughout the school }'ear. As part of these efforts the Bath County School District will use screening information, student records, and basic assessment information it collects on all children in the District to help locate those children who have a disability and need Special Education or 504 services. Any information the District collects through "child Find" is maintained confidentially. Written Policies end Procedures have been developed which describe the District's requirements regarding the confidentiality of personally identifiable information and "child Find  activities. There are copies in the Principal's office of each school, and in the Board of Edueation office. Copies of these Policies and Procedures may be obtained by contacting: Aistant Superintendent 4O5 West Main Street Xentedy 4os Ph. 606-674-6314 ext. 6601 The District office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30p.m. The Bath County School District provides a public notice in the native language or other mode of communication of the vari- ous populations in the geographical boundaries of the District to the extent feasible. If you know of someone who may need this notice translated to another language, given orally, or delivered in some other manner or mode of communication, please contact the Director of Pupil Personnel, the Director of Special Education or the Section 504 Coordinator at the address or phone number listed above for the Bath County Schools. Published in the Bath County News Outlook 07.05.12 ms hearing. 1 Receiving stolen property (firearm). Def fta, b/w. Failure to comply & left rehab Matthew S Linebaugh. Arr. 1 No/expired registra- tion plates. Cont 7/17/12 at 9am, cn to Def. 2 No/ expired Kentucky registra- tion receipt. 3 Failure to produce insurance card Chadwick E Lyons. Arr. 1 No/expired registra- tion plates. Proof filed. Dismissed. 2 No/expired Kentucky registration receipt Proof filed. Dis- missed. 3 Failure to pro- duce insurance card. Proof filed. Dismissed Melissa D Manley. Arr. 1 No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. Proof produced, dismissed upon proof. 2 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced. Dismiss upon proof. 3 Failure to produce insurance card. 12mos di- version on conditions nvl & maintain ins Robin J McCarty. Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced, dismissed. 2 No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. Proof produced. Dismissed. 3 Failure to produce insurance card. Dismiss w/warning, proof produced. 4 Failure to wear seat belts. Dismiss w/warning. 5 No brake lights (passenger vehicles) David K McKenzie. Art. 1 Operating atv on road- way. P/G, $50 fine & costs. 2 Operating atv without headgear 16 or > public property. Merged Anthony L Meade. Arr. 1 Operating on suspended/ revoked operators license. Cont for proof of license 7/10/12 at 9am. 2 Failure to surrender revoked op- erators license. Gabriel Miguel. Arr. 1 No operators/moped li- cense. Cont to 8/14/12 at 9am for interpreter. 2 Fail- ure of owner to maintain required insurance/secu- rity 1st Pamela Miller. Arr. 1 License to be in posses- sion. Proof produced, dis- missed. 2 Booster seat vio- lations. P/G, 835. 3 Failure to wear seat belts. P/G, 825 fine Gary D Muncie. Arr. 1 Failure to wear seat belts. Merge. 2 No/expired reg- istration plates. Dismissed. 3 No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. Dis- missed. 4 Failure of owner to maintain required insur- ance/security 1st. P/G, 90 days, p/s 2yrs, warned of enhancement. 5 Operating on suspended/revoked operators license. P/G, 90 days, p/s 2yrs Shandy Otis. Art. 1 Fail- ure to wear seat belts. 2 Li- cense to be in possession. Proof produced, dismissed upon proof. 3 Obstructed vision and/or windshield. Cont to 8/21/12 at 9am for proof of repair. 4 License plate no legible Jessica Renee Parks. Arr. 1 No/expired registra- tion plates. Proof provided, dismissed. 2 No/expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt Proof provided, dis- missed. 3 Failure to wear seat belts. Paid 825 Luis E Perales. Arr. 1 Speed 5mph over 0lmited access). Dismissed w/ warning, good record. 2 Failure of owner to main- tain required insurance/ security 1st. Proof pro- duced, dismiss, in effect at time of stop Jeffery S Robbins. Arr. 1 Cultivate in marijuana-<5 plants-lst offense. C Land- on appt, p n/g, wfr. PC 7/10/12 at 10am Charles T Sharp. Arr. 1 Failure to wear seat belts. Dismiss w/warning. 2 Fail- ure of owner to maintain required insurance/secu- rity 1st. Proof produced, dismissed. In effect at time of stop Duane M Sherdran. Arr. 1 No operators/moped li- cense. P/G, $100 fine, plus costs Tabitha Smith. Arr. 1 Operating vehicle with expired operators license. Cont 8/7/12 at 9am for valid license Tabitha N Smith. Arr. 1 No operators/moped license. Cont to 8/7/12 at 9am for valid license. 2 Failure to produce insur- ance card William F Smith. Art. 1 Failure to wear seat belts. Meger w/#2. 2 Operating on suspended/revoked operators license, P/G, 90 days, p/s 2yrs on cond no further offenses. 3 Failure of non-owner operator to maintain req insurance, 1st. Proof produced. Dis- missed on effect at time of stop Rollie H Swartz. Arr. i Poss of marijuana. P/G, $100 fine & costs, warned of enhancement. 2 Fail- ure ,of owner to maintain required insurance/secu- rity 1st. Proof produced, 24mos diversion on terms proof after date of citation. Timothy L Treadway. Oh. 1 Operate mv u/influ- ence alc/drngs, .08 2nd of- fense. Strike from docket, vehide junked. IA Oper- ate my under/influence alc/drugs .08, aggravator, 3rd. 2 No/expired regis- tration plates Jennifer L Trusty. Arr. 1 Failure to wear seat belts. $25 fine, pd in full. 2 Fail- ure to produce insurance card. Proof produced, ins valid at time of stop Chad D Williams. Arr. 1 No/expired registration plates. Proof produced, dismissed. 2 No/expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt. Proof produced, dis- missed. 3 Fialure to pro- duce insurance card. Proof produced, in effect after citation, 12mos diversion Gina Williams. Arr. 1 No operators/moped license. Proof filed in record, dis- miss, proof provided. 2 Failure to use child re- straint device in vehicle. $50 fine pd in full. 3 Fail- ure to produce insurance card. Proof filed in record, dismissed Daniel R Collins VS Lawanna Butcher. Court trial. Both parties present & sworn, testimony taken: Plaintiff's burden of proof met finding that heater & mattress were both given to resp as gifts, jud for re- spondent Timmy Berdett Wil- liams VS Margaret H Miller. Court trial. Pass to 7/17/12 at 9am John F Fletcher VS Christy Pew. Both parties present, testimony taken, forcible detainer granted. Resp granted 14 days to vacate Monty Markwell VS Whitney Spratt; ET AL. Court trial. Resp's fta, pet's testimony taken; forcible detainer granted, 7 days to vacate Sheena Arnold. Oh, Sch 7/10/12 at 10:30am: 1 *OBS* Theft by deception, incl cold checks under 8300 Sheena Arnold. Oh. Sch 7/10/12 at 10:30am. 1 *OBS* Theft by deception- incl cold checks under $300. 2 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under 8300. 3 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. *OBS* Theft by deception- incl cold checks under $3OO Sheena A Arnold. Oh. 1 *OBS* Theft by decep- tion-incl cold checks un- der 8300. Sch 7/10/12 at 10:30am. 2 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300 Sheena A Arnold. Oh. 1 *OBS* Theft by decep- tion-incl cold checks un- der $300. Sch 7/10/12 at 10:30am. 2 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. 3 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. 4 *OBS* Theft by deception- had cold check under 8300. 5 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. 6 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. 7 *OBS* Theft by deception- incl cold checks under 8300. 8 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. 9 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under $300. 10 *OBS* Theft by deception- ind cold checks under $300. 11 *OBS* Theft by deception-incl cold checks under 8300 Thomas R Endicott. Arr. 1 Fleeing or evading po- lice, 2nd degree (on foot). P n/g, wfr, C Landon appt PC 7/17/12 at 10am Thomas R Endicott. Art. 1 Fleeing or evading po- lice, 2nd degree (on foo0. C Landon appt, p n/g, wfr, pc 7/17/12 at 10am. 2 Criminal mischief-3rd degree. 3 Alcohol intoxi- cation in a public place-lst & 2nd. 4 Resisting arrest. 5 Menacing. 6 Disorderly conduct, 1st degree Danny L Staton II. Arr. 1 Theft by deception-inchde cold checks u/S10,000. C Landon appt, p n/g, wfr, time period waived. Ph 7/17/12 at 10:30am Christopher Johnson. TBUT, criminal mischief. C Landon appt, p n/g, wfr. Ph 7/6/12 at 2:30pm Kevin J Adkins. Ptc. 1 Drug paraphernalia-buy/ possess. P/G, se 12mos, cts, 9 days, bal p/s 2yrs on cond nvl, no out of state Rx, costs ordered Christopher T Crump. Ptc. 1 Failure to or im- proper signal. Mer w/#2. 2 Operate mv u/influence alc/drugs, .08 2nd offense. P/G, $350 fine fees & costs-surrender lic phtes, 7 days to serve, 12mos susp of OUs, complete ade. 3 Possess open alco- hol beverage container in a motor vehicle. P/G, $35 Candy Leanna Dona- hue. Ptc. Reset 7/10/12 at 10am. 1 Public intoxication controlled subs (excludes alcohol) Tex R Martin. Ptc. 1 Car- rying a concealed deadly weapon. P/G, 12mos, p/s 2yrs on terms nvl, weapon to be forfeited to KSP- weapon is high point 9mm- no objection from Def Tammi Leann Mullins. Sentencing. 1 *OBS* use/ possess drug parapherna- lia, 1st offense. :Se cont 7/10/12 at 10am. 2 *OBS* poss cont sub, 2nd degree, 1st off-drug unspecified. 3 Open/drinking alcohol on package lic prem-lst of- fense Delorace H Muncie. Ptc. 1 Failure to register trans- fer on motor vehicle. Cont 7/17/12 at 10am. 2 Posses- sion license when privileg- es are revoked/sus. 3 Poss cont sub, 2nd degree-drug unspecified. 4 Controlled substance prescription not in trig container 1st Philllp Brandon Old- field. Ptc. 1 Fleeing or evading police, 2rid degree (on foot). Cont pre trial 7/24/12 at 10am. 2 Drug paraphernalia-buy/pos- sess Rebecca Haney Dough- erty. Show cause hearing. 1 *OBS* theft by decep- tion-incl cold checks under $300. Stipulates contempt. Sent 6mos, p/s on cond im- mediately. 2 *OBS* theft by deception-include cold checks under $300. Con- tact Co Atty upon release & to pay restitution in full w/i 90 days of release. 3 *OBS* theft by deception- include cold checks un- der $300. 4 *OBS* theft by deception-inchde cold checks under $300. 5 *OBS* theft by deception- include cold checks under $3OO Cod E Fitehpatrick. Ph. Ph conducted, testimony taken, prob cause estab- lished. Transferred to 7/5/12 Joetta Nicole Little. Domestic violence. Sum- mons. No orig paperwork filed by BCSO. Testimony taken from petition-does not meet proper relation- Shil>dismissed-pet no o13- jection to dismissal Tiffany N Ritchie VS Richard D Lykins. Domes- tic violence. No service. Cont for service 7/10/12 Jose Baltazar Pina-Guel. Jury trial. 1 Terroristic threatening, 3rd degree. Jury seated & sworn. 2 As- sault 4th degree minor in- jury. Witness Danny Poe. 3 Criminal mischief-2nd degree. Jury finds rig on all chrgs.