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-News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper - BATH COUNTY COURT NEWS - Bath County District Court Courtroom 1 Hon. Don Blair - October 28, 2014 ,. Wesley Becraft. Other eHearing. 1. No/Expired ,egistration Plates 2. No/ liExpired Kentucky Regis- _,itration Receipt 3. Failure -of Owner to maintain re- -quired insurance/security lst 4. Operating on sus- pended/revoked opera- tors license 5. Obstructed -Lvision and/or windshield 6. Failure to register trans- ;,fer of motor vehicle. Dis- Hcuss without prejudice ynable to locate record owner of vehicle. Robert Brabham. Ar- I raignment. 1.Speeding 18 -J:MPH over 2. Failure to :produce insurance card. Proof produced dismissed. q Donald Cline. Arraign- -gment 1. No/Expired Reg- "tdstration Plates. Proof Pro- duced. Dismissed. 2. No/ Expired Kentucky Regis- <tration Receipt. Melissa A. Compton. Ar- c,f. . rmgnment 1. No/Expired 0 Kentucky Registration Receipt. Proof Produced. -q)ismnissed. 2. No/Expired Registration Plates. Proof Produced. Dismissed. 3. -vFailure to produce Insur- kance Card. Produced after #top; Placed on 12 month Diversion. No further vio- lations of the law.. 4. Fail- ure to register transfer of mmotor vehicle. Proof pro- f!vided. Dismissed. + Eric T. Davis. Arraign- f.anent. 1. No/Expired -oRegistrafion Plates. Dis- qmissed. 2. No/Expired bKentucky Registration Re- fleipt. Dismissed. 3. Fail- ure of Owner to maintain required insurance/secu- jity 1st . Valid Insurance 1 produced. Dmmlssed. 4. tTailure to register trans- rer of motor vehicle. Dis- /hnissed. .v Christopher L. Dobbs. -vArraignment. 1. Speeding bSmph over the limit. Fail- a!ure to Appear. Issue Bench ,Warrant 2 Failure to pro- -j . 51uce:buranee Card. , , Willie N.-Feltner. Ar- fraignment. 1. Speeding 12mph over the limit. Fail- ure to Appear. Issue Bench -Warrant. 2. Failure to pro- bduce Insurance Card. ( Chad Trevor N. Hart. .Review. 1. Person under ,y18 possess/purchase/ b:altempt to purchase/ ,xhave another to purchase alcohol. Completed. Dis- 'missed v Samantha Hyde. Ar- raignment. 1.License to be in possession. Valid., :Dismissed with warning. (,2. Failure to produce In- .rsurance Card. Valid. Dis- missed with warning.3. Operation on suspended/ revoked Operator's Li- cense. Dismissed. Kevin D. Ison. Arraigm -ment. 1. Possessing con- trolled substance, 2rid degree drug unspecified. Attorney to identify entry of appearance. 2. Con- trolled substance prescrip- tion not in original con- thiner 1st. PC 11/25/14 at 10:00 a.m,. 3. Possess open alcoholic beverage con- thiner in a motor vehicle. Nicholas M. Kelley. Con- tinued First Appearance. -1. No/Expired Registra- tion Plates. Defendant failure to appear. 2. No/ Expired Kentucky Regis- tration Receipt. COURT NOTICE 12/2/14 at 9:00 a.m. . Failure of non-own- er operator to maintain re- quired insurance 1st. Carmen A. Lemay. Ar- raignment. 1. Obstruction. "ieft by unlawful taking/ disposing. Shoplifting. De- fendant failure to appear. Bench warrant issued. Joshua J. Mclntosh. Continued First Appear- ance. 1. No/Expired Kentucky Registration Re- ceipt. Placed on 12 month diversion. 2. No/Expired Registration Plates. Placed on 12 month diversion. Michael J. Mika. Ar- raignment. 1. Failure of Owner to maintain re- quired insurance/security 1st. CFA 12/19/14 at 9:00 a.m. 2. Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle. Ranonda G. Moore. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired RegisWation plates. De- fendant Failure to appear. COURT NOTICE 12/2/14 -at 9:00 a.m. 2. No/expired Kentucky Registration re- ceipt. 3. Failure to produce Insurance card. Stacy L. Mullins. Ar- raignment. 1. Speeding 22mph over. CFA 12/9/14 at 9:00 a.m. 2. Failure of Owner to maintain re- quired insurance/security 1st Lisa J. Orme. Arraign- ment. 1. Speeding 19mph over. 12 month diversion; No further violations of the law.. 2. No/Expired Registration plates. Dis- miss upon proof. 3. No/ Expired Kentucky Regis- tration receipt. Dismiss upon proof. 4.Failure to produce Insurance card. 12 month diversion; NO FURTHER VIOLATION OF THE LAW. Proof pro- duced. Devin B. Reynolds. Ar- raignment. 1. Speeding 16mph over. Order to be entered. 2. Excige taxes prohibited acts, all other violations. Dismiss on motion of Co. Improper charge. Eugena K. Reynolds. Arraignment. 1. Theft by deception-Include cold checks under $500.00. Court Notice to Defendant on 12/2/14 at 9:00 a.m. Patricia Roberts. Contin- ued First Appearance. 1. Operating on suspended/ revoked Operator's li- cense. Defendant failure to appear. Continued to 12/9/14 at 9:00 a.m. Ira Robinson. Contin- ued First Appearance. 1. No/Expired Registra- tion Plates. Continued to 11/4/14 at 9:00 a.m. 2. No/Expired Kentucky Registration receipt. 3. Op- erating on suspended/re- voked Operator's license 4. Failure of non-owner to maintain required insur- ance, 1st. Codie Sexton. Arraign- ment. 1. Theft by unlaw- ful taking or disposition Shoplifting under $500.00. Plea Guilty 30 days plus 2 years: NO FURTHER VI- OLATION OF THE LAW; not to be on Dollar Store property. County Attorney agreed. 0t, to revoke pro- bation per plea agredlnent. Cody Smith. Arraign- ment, Unlawful transac- tion with a minor. 3rd degree. Appointment Stu- art Read; PN/G WFR PC 11/25/14 at 10:00 a.m. Dakota J. Smith. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired Registration plates. De- fendant failure to appear. COURT NOTICE 12/9/14 Dismissed upon proof. at 9:00 a.m. 2. No/Expired Linda A. Wells. Arraign- Kentucky Registration re- merit. 1. Alcohol intoxica- ceipt. 3. Failure to produce tion in a public place 1st Insurance card. and 2nd. Continued to Matthew N. Spurlock. 11/4/14 at 9:00 a.m. Arraignment. 1. 1st De- Melissa A. Williams. Ar- gree Possession of con- raignment. 1. Operating trolled substance/drug on suspended/revoked unspecified, 1st offense. Operator's license. Entry Appointment Stuart Read; of appearance B. Tomblin; Plead not guilty waived plead not guilty waive for- formal arraignment. Time real arraignment pretrial period waived. Prelimi- conference 11/25/14 @ nary hearing on 11/25/14 10:00 a.m. at 10:30a.m. Ashley N. Wilson. Ar- Angela G. Stevens. Ar- raignment. 1. Speeding raignment. 1. Speeding 18mph over. Order en- 21mph over. Order En- tered. 2. No/Expired Reg- tered. 2. Failure to pro- istration plates. Dismiss duce Insurance card. Dis- upon proof. 3. No/Expired miss upon proof. Kentucky Registration re- Charles William Ste- ceipt. Dismiss upon proof. vens. Pretrial Conference. 1. Operating on suspend- ed/revoked Operator's License. PC continued to 2/24/15 at 9:00 a.m. Jarred B. Swartz. Ar- raignment. 1. No/Expired Registration plates. Dis- miss upon proof. 2. No/ Expired Kentucky Regis- tration receipt. Dismiss upon proof. 3. Failure to produce Insurance card. We have sted a Valid. Dismiss upon proof, por oUP for all parents Recie D. Taylor. At-ofhildlosstobringhote raignment. 1. No/Expired Registration plates. Proof Produced. Dismissed 0He   to or nowhere to upon proof. 2. No/Expired Kentucky Registration receipt. Proof Produced. Dismissed upon proof. 3. upstairs at e Bath Failure of owner to main- y ever Wedne tHin required insurance/ day evening at 6!30h security 1st. Placed on 12 month diversion; NO FURTHER VIOLATION OF THE LAW. 4. Operat- port oup is to I ing vehicle with expired k.nothatey'renoalon Operator's license. Dis-togiveema to missed upon proof. eir and Rodney B. Thompson. Arraignment. 1. Alcohol intoxication in a public place 1st and 2nd. Reset 1/13/15 at 9:00 a.m. Francisco Uresfi Her- nandez. Arraignment. 1. Selves: No Operator's/Moped Fo more ] license. For interpreter CFA 12/9/14 at 9:00 a.m. Rebecca A. Vice. Pretrial Conference. 1. Failure to wear seatbelts. Placect,on iii ty  "" Qi z):,.58 5" 12 month diversion? NO 0827 .... ., FURTHER VIOLATION sa Tout  OF THE LAW. 2. No/Ex- pired Registration receipt. Placed on 12 month diver- sion. 3. No/Expired Regis- tration plates. Placed on 12 month diversion. 4. Fail- ure of non-owner operator to maintain required insur- ance 2nd. Proof produced. "I'm_alive... 00cause of donation!" R renew FISH FRY LAKEVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2014 4:00 - 8:00 P.M. HUGE BUFFET (ALL YOU CAN EAT) FISH, HUSHPUPPIES, BAKED BEANS, SLAW, FRIES, DRINKS, AND DESSERTS $10.00 ADULTS FREE CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS $5.00 CHILDREN 6 - 12 YEARS November 06, 2014 - 5 I LOCAL RECOVERY RESOURCES BATH COUNTY *Sunday 5pm Men's 12-Step Study, Owingsville Meth- odist Church Darnell Bldg 75 W Main St Ow- ingsville 6pm Celebrate Recov- ery, Owingsville Method- ist Church 75 Main St Ow- ingsville *Monday 5pm Women's 12-Step Study, Owingsville Meth- odist Church DarneU Bldg 75 W Main St Ow- ingsville *Tuesday 7:30p Movers, Salt Lick Freewill Baptist Church 104 Maple/Water St Salt Lick *Wednesday 6pm Living Free, New Life Fellowship 907 Forge Hill Rd. Peasticks *Thursday 7:30p Movers, Salt Lick Freewill Baptist Church 104 Maple/Water St Salt Lick *Friday 6pm Narcotics Anony- mous - Never Say Never Group, Preston First Church of God, 7184 Pres- ton Rd. 6pm Family Addiction Support Group, Owings- viUe Methodist Church Fellowship Hall 75 W Main St Owingsville *Saturday 6:30p Alcoholics Anon- ymous Step Study, 5th Quarter Building 19 Wa- ter St Owingsville (for- mefly Manuel's Grocery) MENIFEE COUNTY *Monday 7pm Celebrate Recov- ery, Botts Church - Me- nifee *Thursday 5:30p Celebrate Recov- ery (cost is $2), Dr. Kas- sis' Office, Medical Cen- ter US 36, Frenchburg 6:45p Alcoholics Anon- ymous, Wellness Center, US 36, Frenchburg AREA * Celebrate Recovery, Gateway Christian 'Center, 801 Winchester Road, 19It_ Sterling, KY 40353. Contact Num- ber: (859) 498-3876 * Alcohofics Anony- mous, Eleven Eleven Group, Morehead Inspi- ration Center Community Ro.om, 1111 US 60 West, Morehead, KY 40351, Open meeting. Mondays and Wednesday, 6 p.m. * Alcoholics Anony- mous, Morehead Into Action Group, Episcopal Church, 145 E Fifth St., Morehead, KY 40351, Monday through Friday, 8 p.m. * Narcotics Anony- mous, Staying Clean Just for Today, Episcopal Church, 145 E Fifth St., Morehead, KY 40351, Tuesdays and Thursday, 8 p.m. *Morehead A1-Anon, Cathedral of Praise/Liv- ing Word Church, 905 Clearfield St., Morehead, Monday 6 p.m. * Restored Hope (Al- Anon) Mt. Sterling, Ascen- sion Episcopal Church, 48 High St., Tuesday, 7 p.m. * Hope and Heal (A1- Anon) West Liberty, Com- munity Center, 450 Pres- tonsburg St.. Wednesday,7 p.m. * Liberty Center Group (Al-Anon) Mt. Sterling, Liberty Center, 205 E. Main St., Saturday, 10 a.m. Acts 2 Caf/Unified Ministries 859-274-6664, www.unifiedministries. coin *ThursdaY 8pm Narcotics Anony- mous, Damascus House, 205 E. Main St., Mr. Ster- ling *Saturday Noon, Narcotics Anony- mous - Never Say Never Group, Damascus House, 205 E. Main Street, Mt. Sterling AA Intergroup 800-467- 8019 www.area26.net NA Helpline 888467- 7700 www.na.org For a comprehensive lisP"ng of local recovery meCtgs; 'visit. www.uni- fihatstties':tzom .... Sale of Guns, Knives, Farming Equipment, and Tools 10 a.m., Saturday, November 8 Bath County Extension Center U.S. 60 East, Owingsville, KY Guns: Model 12 Winchester 12-gauge shotgun; 9mm Smith and Wesson in box; 380 Glock and holster in box; 32 Smith and Wesson revolver; 410 single-shot shotgun with 28 inch barrel. Knives: Different kinds--good brands. Carpentry and Masonry Tools: Saws, drills, thll set aluminum storage poles for laying brick; two concrete finishers; tile saw; bull floats and handles; lots of different items. Farming Equipment and Tools: 4610 Ford tractor with loader and backhoe; 800 Ford tractor with bu.shhog; B8200 4 x 4 diesel Kabota with mower; 1998 Polaris Sportsman 500 4 W.D. s/n; 750 lbs of weights for 4610; tandem trailer with ramps; set of harrows; horse drawn plow; set 12" plows; set 14" plows; post hole digger; carry all; wagon without bed; heavy 16 ft. boom pole for front end loader; box grader blade; regular grader blade; sprayer with 11' boom for 4-wheeler; set of cultivators, and much, much more.. Terms: Cash or good check day of sale. All items sold "as is, where is" Announcements day of sale take precedence over previous information. Seller: Farley Purvis Mr. Purvis is downsizing his construction business and his farming operations and is selling some of his guns and knives. Everything is in excellent condition. Sale Conducted by Doug Stone Realty, LLC 2944 W. Tunnel Hill Owingsville, KY 40360 Doug Stone, Broker Phil Copher, Auctioneer (606) 782-3680 (859) 398-0409 I