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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper September 6, 2018 - 7 District Court quired insurance/security, Shannon D. McCarty. 3rd degree. Lenville J. Smith. Ar- istration plates. 3. Failure Continued First Appear-AshleyJo Price Arraign-raignment. 1. No tail to produce insurance card. ance. 1. Failure to wear ment. 1. Speeding 17mph lamps. 2. Failure to wear Defendant failed to appear. seat belts. 2. Operating on over limit. 2. Operatingseat belts. 3. Operating on Amend to no insurance, suspended/revoked op- on suspended/revoked suspended/revoked op- 1st Issue DN. erator's license. Cont. Oc- operator's license. 3. No/ erator's license. Appt. Stu- Michael Centers. Ar- tober 16, 2018 at 9:00am. Expired Kentucky regis- art Read. Amend to no op- raignment. 1. Flagrant 3. No/Expired Kentucky tration receipt. 4. No/Ex- erator's license. Plead not non-support. Bonded. registration receipt. Dis- pired registration plates. 5. guilty. WFI PC Septem-Nathan C. Estep. Other miss- Vehicle junked. 4. Failure of non-owner oper- ber 18, 2018 at 10:00am. Hearing. 1. Alcohol intoxi- Failure of non-owner oper- ator to maintain required 4. Failure to produce in- cation in a public place, 1st ator to maintain required insurance, 1st. 6. Failure to surance card. 5. Failure and 2nd offense. 2. Disor- insurance, 1st. 5. No/Ex- produce insurance card. 7. of owner to maintain re- derly conduct, 1st degree. pired registration plates. Failure to register transfer quired insurance/security, 3. Person 18-20 Puss/ Dismiss- vehicle junked, of motor vehicle. 8. Failure 1st. Purch/Att Purch/ Have 6. Failure to notify address to notify address changeAnthony Ray Snowden. Another Purchase alcohol. change to the Department to the Department of Pretrial Conference. 1. Op- Bonded. of Transportation. Transportation. AppL Stu- erafing on suspended/re- Holly Renay Greer. Oth- Helen N. McLanghlin. art Read; Plead not guilty; yoked operator's license, er Hearing. 1. OP MV un- Continued First Appear-WFR; PC September 18, Head guilty. 30 days p/s der/influence of alcohol/ ance. 1. Failure to wear 2018 at 10:00am. 2 years; NVL. 2. Failure to drugs, etc 08, 1st offense. seat belts. Merge with Perry Sams. Arraign- surrender revoked opera- 2. Instrucfionalpermitvio- count 2. 2. Booster seat ment. 1. Theft by decep-tor's license. Merge with lafions. 3. Careless driving. violations. Plead guilty $35 don, include cold checkscount 1. Haley Renae Hartupee. fine. 3. No/Expired reg- under $500. Defendant Travis Paul Spence. Ar-Arraignment. 1. TBUT istrafion plates. Dismiss failed to appear. 20-dayraignment. 1. Permit unli- of DISP all others under upon proof. 4. No/Ex- surety notice for Septem- censed operator to operate $500. Bonded. pired Kentucky registra- ber 25, 2018 at 9:00am. motor vehicle. Plead guilty. Wesley Hiatt. Other don receipt. Dismiss upon Christopher Sawaya. 10 days p/s 2 years; NVL. Hearing. Appt. Stuart proof. 5. Failure of owner Continued First Appear- Aeleta Jane Swartz. Read. SCH September 11, to maintain required in- ance. 1. Speed 10mph over Arraignment. 1. No/Ex- 2018 at I:30PM. surance/security, 1st. Dis- 0imited access) Order en- pired registration plates. Derrick Ross. Other miss upon proof. 6. Failure tered. 2. No/Expired Ken- 12-month diversion. 2. No/ Hearing. 1. Obstruction. to produce insurance card. tucky registration receipt. Expired Kentucky regis-Receiving stolen property 7. Operating vehicle with 3. No/Expired registration tration receipt. 3. Failure over $300. LA Obstruc- expired operator's license, plates. 4. Failure of owner of owner to maintain re- don. Receiving stolen 8. Failure to notify address to maintain required insur- quired insurance/security, property under $300. 2. change to the Department ance/security, 1st. 1st. 4. Operating vehicle Contempt of court. 3. Pro- of Transportation. John Skrock. 1. No op- with expired operator's li- bafion violation (for tech- Ronald Ashley Pratt. Ar- erators/moped license, cense. Dismiss upon proof, nical violation) Appt. Stu- raignment. 1. Failure to Dismiss for good cause. 2. Anita Mae Vance. Pretri- art Read. PRH September wear seat belts. 2. Failure Failure to produce insur- al Conference. 1. Criminal 4, 2018 at 10:30am. to produce insurance card. ance card. Amend to no trespassing, 3rd degree. Jessica Damron. Ar- Defendant failed to appear, insurance, 1st. Placed on Placed on 12-month diver- raignment. 1. Poss con- Issue CN September 18, 12-month diversion; NVL.si0n; No contact/commu-trolled substance, 1st 2018 at 9:00am. Bobby R. Slone. Ar- nicafion with victim. Not degree, 1st offense (meth- AshleyJo Price. Arraign- raignment. 1. Possessionto be on property of victim, amphetamine) Appt. Stu- ment. 1. Harassment - No of marijuana. Appt. Stuart Carol Durr Williams. Ar- art Read. Plead not guilty. physical contact. Appt Stu- Read; Plead not guilty; raignment. 1. No/Expired WFR. PH September 4, art Read; Plead not guilty; WFR. PC September 11, Kentucky registration re- 2018 at 10:30am. WFR. 2. Criminal mischief, 2018 at 10:00am. ceipt. 2. No/Expired reg- Hon. Don Blair 1st. 4. Operating on sus- August 28i 2018 i pended/revbked oPera- tol:'S license' Issue pretrial Christopher Shawn Al- len. Continued First Ap- pearance. 1. No tail lamps. Dismiss with warning. 2. No brake lights (pas- senger vehicles) Dismiss with warning. 3. Failure to wear seat belts. Dismiss with warning. 4. Failure of owner to maintain re- quired insurance/security, 1st. 12-month pretrial di- version NVLJ Keep cur- rent insurance. 5. Failure to produce insurance card. Merge with count 4. 6. Obs ucte.d, vision and/or windshield, Dismiss. Roy Way Boone. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired Kentucky registration re- ceipt. Dismiss with warn- ing. 2. No/Expired reg- istration plates. Dismiss with warning. 3. Failure of ovcner to maintain re- quired insurance/secu- rity, 1st. Dismiss without prejudice. 4. Operating on suspended/revoked op- erator's license. Placed on 12-month diversion; NVL. 5. Failure to register trans- fer of motor vehicle. Dis- miss without prejudice. 6. Reg & Tire requirements vehicle not operational on roadway. Dismiss without prejudice. James Nicholas Butcher. Arraignment. 1. No/Ex- pired Kentucky registra- tion receipt. Dismiss upon proof. 2. No/Expired reg- istration plates. Dismiss upon proof. 3. Failure of owner to maintain 're- suspension. 5. Oper Motor vehicle under/influence of alcohol/drugs/etc 08 (agg circum), 2nd. Appt. Stuart Read. WFR. Plead not guilty. PC November 13, 2018 at l:00pm, Mitchell Estes. Ar- raignment. 1. Failure to wear seat belts. Merge with count 2. 2. Failure to produce insurance card. Amend to no insurance, 1st. Placed on 12-month pretrial diversion; NVL; Keep current insurance. 3. License to be in posses- sion. Dismiss upon proof. Eric C. Foley. Arraign- ment. 1. Failure to wear seatbelts. Merge with count 2. 2. Failure to pro- duce insurance card. Amend to no insurance, 1st. Hacedon 12-month pretrial diversion. Keep current insurance. 3. Li- cense to be in possession. Dismiss upon proof. Eric C. Foley. Continued First Appearance. 1. Op- erating on suspended/re- voked operator's license. 2. Unified carrier registra- tion act violations. Defen- dant failed to appear. Haley Renae Hartupee. Arraignment. 1. Speed 26mph or over (limited access) CFA October 23, 2018 at 9:00am. 2. No op- erators/moped license. Jeremy William Knipp. Arraignment. 1. Alcohol intoxication in a public place, 1st and 2nd offense. Plead guilty $25 fine. cats, don't n0rmally repro- eggs and guard the site un- end. state," Timmerman said,quality bluegill, redear, and By Cecil Lawson ' : duce at the lake becausefil they hatch in 6 to 10 days. They have been placed in "But we have never had a largemouth bass. KyNewsGroup its bottom 'lacks crevices Timmerman said that, about 3-4 feet of water, and plan in place like this be- Timmerman encourages cecil@kynewsgroup.com like many of the waterways apart from muck and weeds Timmerman said that he fore." fishermen to take note of where they flourish, in the lake, the bottom of wants to see covered in sed- He said he hopes this the buoys and leave them ' "To keep their numbersthe lake is mostly smooth iment and phytoplanktonwill improve the quality of alone in order to allow the Those fishing at Clear up, we rely on stockings," and lacks these naturaland seem part of the lake fishing in an already good channel cats to take advan- Creek Lake may notice sev- Timmerman said. "It's ex- cavities for them to deposit for the channel cats. lake. Clear Creek Lake has, tage of them for nesting. eral small buoys along the pensive, and it ties up a lot their eggs. 4 inch orange buoys mark in addition to channel cats, water, of resources. 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