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12 November 11, 2009 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook Hon. Don Blair 11-03-2009 Estate of Jennifer Gay- le Triplett. Motion sus- tained; order entered. Autovest LLC Assig of Fifth Third Ba, Vs. Josh Conkright. Answer filed, motion overruled. Tony Dale Abney, 51. 1 Operate MV under/in- fluence A1/drugs, .08, aggravator, 2nd degree Off, FTA. la. Op MV under/influence of Alco- hol/drugs, etc 08 1st of- fense, $3900 FCB to be applied to rest. 2 Driving DUI suspended license- 1st offense, Aggravator. 2a. No operators/moped license. 3. Failure of non-owner operator to maintain req. insurance, 1st offense. 4.Failure to wear seatbelts. Brian Keith Adklns, 33. ARR.Criminal litter- ing, placed on 24 mo di- version, litter removed. Regina' G. Anderson, 48. Diversion Assault 4th degree Domestic Vi- olence minor injury. Ronnie Joe Anderson, 54. Assault 4th degree domestic violence mi- nor injury, dismiss per terms. Robert T. Bennett, FTA, 10 counts theft by deceptionincl/coldchecks under $300 $1000 FCB to be applied. Eric E. Bledsoe, 35. ARR. No/expired regis- tration plates;dis. 2.No/ expired KY reg. receipt; dis. 3. Failure of owner to maintain req. insur- ance/security 1st offense, insurance produced, placed on 24 mo div. 4. Failure to produce insurance card, merge w/ct. 3 Raymond Bryant Jr, 41. Art. 1,: Disregard- ing stop sign. 2. OpMV U/I of Alcohol]drugs, etc. .08, 1st offense, reset 12/08/09, 1 p.m. 3. Pos- session of Marijuana. 4. Controlled susbstance prescription not in orig. container 1st offense. Samuel E. Burgess, 24. Arr. Illegal take/pursue deer/wild urkey, PG, SE, 12-08-09 9 a.m.2. Discharge firearm]other George W. Daniel, 63.Failure to add tax- able unit to taxable in- ventory, dismissed prior to arraignment. Anthony P. Dunaway, 38. Arr. 1. Op. MV U/I Air/Drugs, .08, 2nd of- fense rest 12-08-09 C 1 p.m. 2. Operating on suspended/revoked op- erators license, pretrial susp of ors ordered. 3. Possess open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle. 4. Failure to produce insurance card. 5. Reck- less driving. Jackie Lynn Fergu- son, 37. Continued first appearance. 1. Failure to wear seat belts, re- set 2-09-10 C 9 am. 2. No/expired registration plated Co. 3 No/expired KY registration receipt. 4. Failure of non-owner operator to maintain req. insurance, 1st of- fense. Larry R. Fliger, 60. 1. part 395/Fed safety regs-hours of service for drivers, sustained. 2. Violation of inter- national registration plan, CT reset 11-17- 09.3. No KY motor fuel users license. CN. Rebecca Fraley, 33. 1. Possess forged pre- scription for legend drug, 1st offense. Re- view 12-08-09. Jerry L. Holman, 46. 1. Commercial driver license not licensed.2. No semi trailer plate, dismiss per terms. Ronald J. Jones, 43. Speed 16 mpg over lim- ited access, P/G, $34 fine/cost. 2. Operating on suspended license, valid OL's produced, dismiss per local rule. 3. No/expired KY regis- tration receipt. Robert Longwell, 42. Operating on suspend- ed/revoked operators license, SE:30 days P/G NVL. TimothyR.Melton,36. Alcohol intoxication in a public place 1st and 2nd offense, P/G, $25 fine/cost warned of en- hancement. Kenneth Earl Mitch- device upon/across a ell,25. Criminal litter- publi, ing, placed on 24 mo Kent A. Coburn, 19, diversion, litter re- reckless driving, dis- moved. missed per terms. 2. Michael Lee Romine, speeding in a restricted 29. Arr. Alcohol intoxi- zone. cation in a public place- 1st and 2nd offense, motion to amend to 3rd or more sustained, waives right to atty. P/ G 10 days county jail. 2. Possession of Mari- juana, P/G $100 fine. 3. Use/Posess drug para- phernalia, 1st offense, warned enhancement, P/G $100 fine. Rhonda Rudd, 25. Speeding 10mph over limit, dismiss per terms. Robert Suplock OBS theft by deception- incl cold checks under $300 paid in full, with- drawn. Charles Michael Johnson,31. Arr. Crim- inal littering, placed on 24 mo diversion. Litter removed. i Doris York Vs Chris Tincher, Judgment for TT, granted 8 days by agreement. Bath County Florist Vs. Anette Mitchell, Debt acknowledged, agreed judgment en- tered. Rachel Aka Fultz, 45. Arr. Theft by decep- tion, incl cold checks under $500, 3 counts, Appt. Hon. B. Tomlin, PN/G Pc 12-1 -09. Rachel Fultz, 45 Arr. Theft by deception in- clude cold checks under $500 8 counts, 1-count under $500,Appt. B. Tomlin, PN/G, PC, 12- 1-09. Christopher L. Hughes, 33. Attempt OBS theft by deception, include cold checks over $300, PC, 2-2-10. Jamie Johnson, 28. Arr. 11 count criminal possession forged in- strument-2nd offense, Appt. Hon. B Tomlin PN/G PH. Anthony Banks, 38. PTC. Menacing, PC/ Unlimited Hours, No Contracts! a FREE 24/? 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PTC Theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, PC/6-8-10. Ashley Crouch, 26. PTC Facilitation theft by unlawful taking/disp all others P/G 6 mos P/ S y2 yrs NVL long-term rehab, no out of state rx, no drug/alcohol or- der for treatment to be entered. 2. Facilitation theft of controlled sub- stance, 1st offense 12 roDS P/S 2 yrs to run concurrent, NVL, long term rehab, review, 1- 26-10. Marcus D. McClinton, 24. PTC, Speed 26 mph over limited access, to pay as prepayable, $100 fine/cost, granted, 6 mo to pay. Keith Purvis, 37. PTC, Theft by unlawful taking/disp-all others, PC 6-8-10. Stacy Whisman, 29, PTC, Criminal Tres- passing, 3rd degree, order to be entered. 2. Harrassment, no physi- cal contact, PC 6-8-10. Robin Hall McNabb, 47. PH Flagrant non- support, ,amend to non- support, P/G 12 mos P/S 2yrs: order of probation to be entered. . Sharon A. Suttles, 34.Appt. Hon. B. Tomlin, PH, Wanton Endanger- SCH 12-8-09. ment-lst degree, PH Emerson Lee Con- conducted, Testimony ley Vs. Monica Renee taken. 2. Wanton En- Meade, Domestic Via- dangerment- 1st offense. 3. Leaving scene of ac- cident/failure to ren- der aid or assistance. 4. Fleeing or evading police, ls degree (on foot) amend to fleeing or evading 2nd degree, sustained-due to lack of evidence. 5. Criminal mischief- 3rd degree. Ladonna Noble,28, PH, Rape, 3rd degree, PH conducted, Testi- mony taken, PC found Transfer to 11-19-09.2. Use of a minor/under 16 in a sex performance. David O. Pearsall 35. PTC, Speed 26 mph over limited access, reset CT 1-26-10. Jessica Marie Ingrain Vs. Eric James Frazier, lence, 'testimony taken, DVO not entered. Find- ing for respondent. Andrew Scott Reber Vs. Patricia J. Reber, - Domestic violence, dis- missed per request of pe- titioner, advised of rami- fications. Patricia J. Flaugher Vs. Andrew S. Reber, Domestic violence, dis- missed per request of pe- titioner. Mariea Smith Vs. Ken- neth Bowling, Wage as- signment in place, her- aring, 12-15-09. . Tina E. Porter Vs. 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