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14 July 22, 2021 News Outlook m COMMUNITY Rowan woman By Charles Mattox KyNewsGroup charles@kynewsgroup.com A Rowan County wom- an remains lodged in the Bourbon County Deten- . tion Center, after allegedly stealing medicine from residents of a Carlisle nursing home. Amanda Triplett, 38, of Donna Street, Clearfield, of Rowan County, was ar- rested by Carlisle Police Officer, Jeff Lizer, on July 18, 202, just before mid- manda Tripl night, and charged with 13 counts theft by unlawful taking, or disp. controlled substance under $10,000; two counts of wantOn en- dangerment, lst degree and possession of con- trolled substance, lst de- gree. According to Triplett’s arrest citation, police re- ceived. complaints from State Adult Protective Services (APS) person- nel, Tabitha Schnell, about Triplett allegedly ‘stealing pills at Johnson-Mathers Nursing Home”, of Carl- isle. . Carlisle police officers conducted a joint investi- gation withAPSand didan audit of the nursing homes ‘drug cart’ and found 13 Owingsville man named In 12-count-intliotment I . ony charges still pending By Charles Mattox KyNewsGroup charles@kynewsgroup.com An Owingsville man, who was recently named in a 12count-indictment, re- mains lodged in the Rowan County Detention Center on $2,000 cash bond follow- ing his May, 2021 arrest. Zachary Manley, 22, of Owingsville was indicted by members of a June 18, 2021 Rowan County Grand Jury on charges of speed- ing 17 MPH over the limit, improper passing, operat- ing on a suspended or re- voked license, DUI, wanton endangerment, lst degree; disregarding a stop sign, failure to, or improper sig— nal, reckless driving, flee- ing or evading police, 1st degree, failure to wear seat belt and no/ expired Ken- tucky registration receipt. According to the indict- ment, which was issued Zachary Manley following the testimony of Kentucky State Police Trooper, Tyler Smith, the alleged crimes were com- mitted on May 19, 2021 in Rowan County, when Man- ley allegedly was speeding on KY 519 in Clearfield without a license, while under the influence of controlled substances and while fleeing police with passengers in his car near- ly hit multiple vehicles and mobile homes located in a trailer court on McBrayer Road in Clearfield. Manley also has prior fel- in Rowan District court. All persons are to be pre- sumed innocent until prov— en guilty or pleading guilty. narcotic pills missing. “There were 13 different patients missing one pill each,” Triplett’s arrest cita- tion states. There was no documentation of Where the pills went.” . Tripplett was in posses- sion of oxycodone, trama— dol and hydrocodone in an unmarked plastic contain- er in her pocket. Triplett allegedly admit- ted to investigators that she switched out medicine for two patients and did not give them their prescribed medication, but rather gave them, 50 mg of primi- done, instead, “not caring what the. effects would have on the patients”, ac- cording to the citation. Primidone is a medica- tion used to control sei- zures and should never be .1.“ D i it fit ' r. s w ’W‘ n. i ‘5‘- amorous», charged after allegedly stealing medicine from Carlisle nursing home residents taken unless prescribed, according to multiple med- ical sources. Triplett remains lodged in the Bourbon County Detention Center. She is scheduled to be arraigned on her charges on Wednes- day, July 21, 2021, in Nich- olas District Court All persons are to be pre- sumed innocent until prov- en guilty or pleading guilty. PEELED OAK CHRISTIAN JULY 28, 29 8t. 30 AUGUST .1 8:, AUGUST 8 6:00 8:00 Ax 5 5 - APULTS Published in the Menifee County News-Outlook 07.22.21 NOTICE To MENIFEE COUNTY TAXPAYERS Krystal Chapman, Menifee County Clerk pursuant to KRS 424.130, announces a that the 2020 Delinquent Real Property Tax bills (Certificates of Delinquency) will be published in the Menifee County News Outlook on July 29, 2021., The list of Certificates of Delinquency is also available for public during the hours of Mon- day- Wednesday, 81 Friday, 8:30-4:00, Thursday & Saturday, 8:30-11:30 AM, at the Menifee County Clerk’s oflice located at 12“”:Main Street, 'FrenChburgg‘KY 40322. This list may also be inspected on the Software Management, LLC website. The Uniform Resource .Locator (URL) of the website is 174.141.82.110 or http:[/l_<yd— tax.smllc.us/DTaxList.htm . The tax sale will be held on August31, 2021, begin- ' ning at 10:00 AM. All interested participants must register with the County Clerk’s Office by the close of business on August 23, 2021 by 4:00 PM. Please contact the ‘ Menifee County Clerk’s Office if you need additional information about the (tax ‘ sale registration process, the required registrationjgfee or the deposit amounts’tha’t will be needed. Taxpayers can continue to pay their‘delinquent tax billsitoithe Menifee County Clerk’s Oflice at any time prior to the tax sale. Please Note: All 1 payments must be received in the County Clerk’s Oflicem to the tax sale date listed in this advertisement. Payments received after the tax sale has been conducted will be returned without exception. Some delinquencies. although they have been advertised— will be excluded from the tax sale in accordance with the provisions of KRS 134.504(10) (b). If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Menifee County Clerk’s Oflice at (606) 768-3512. — Krystal Chapman, Menifee County Clerk This advertisement was paid for by the Menifee County Clerk oflice using tax dollars in the amount of $504 ~