"
Newspaper Archive of
Bath County News - Outlook
Owingsville, Kentucky
Lyft
December 4, 2003     Bath County News - Outlook
PAGE 6     (6 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 4, 2003
 

Newspaper Archive of Bath County News - Outlook produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




The Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, December 4,2003 DISTRICT COURT i Pioneer Credit Co. vs. Loft Hardin; motion hour; def served., fta, motion sustained, judgment entered. Morehead Financial, Inc. vs. Peggy Lewis; motion hour; def. served, fta, motion sustained, " judgement entered.  i In Re: Estate of James Henry &apos; Crouch; motion hour; motion sus- !i ii tained, order to enter. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Raul JotaCastro; arraignment; no oper lic, Hun. Monica Hill appt, g.p., 3 mo jail p/s 2 yrs, terms - no viol of law relating to oper of mv, pay court cost; no Ky rag plates; no ins, dismissed, not '.; record owner of veh. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Rusty Lee Compton; arraign- , ment; seat belt anchors; seat belt anchors; seat belt anchors; seat belt anchors, redocket 12-2-3@9 a.m., due to illness. I " Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. W'dma Cooley; axaignment; ! alcl intox lst/2nd, g.p., $25 fine ' plus court cost; disorderly con- ' duct, 2 yr court ordered diversion. , Commonwealth of Kentucky i" vs. Bradley Dal Crouch; other I hearing; alcl intox lst/2nd; escape 2nd; terr threat 3rd deg, Hun. ! Michael Campbell entered ap- , pearance, n.g. plea, p.t. 1-13- : 4@ 10 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Aimee L. Elliott; other hear- . rag; no ins, redocket 2-24-4@9  a.m. for review of rest. Commonwealth of Kentucky 'i vs. Stevet Barry Manley; arraign- ment; theft by deception (M), apply cash bond to pay ck and ser- vice fee, dismissed as 1st offense, I Mont Co Jail bonded out on wrong court date, * copy of calen- dar to DeWayne Myers, Jailer. ,," Commonwealth of Kentucky " vs. Wendell Thomas Marrs; arraignment; theft by deception (M), Hun. Monica Hill appt, $150 , PAA fee, 12 mo diversion agree- ment agreed to by cty atty, def atty and def, terms - full rest from bond and pmt of PAA fee, * Mont Co Jail bonded out on wrong court date, * copy of calendar to D. Myers, Jailer. 7  Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Amanda J. Rogers; my'ai'gn- ment; no oper lic, Hon. Monica Hill @pt, dismissedfor gtnxi - cause. ' Commonwealth of Kentucky . vs. Gregory Lee Terrell; arraign-  ment; criminal trespass 3rd; " obstruct a hwy/public passage, ', redocket 12-16-3@9 a.m., to .' appear w/private counsel. i' Commonwealth of Kentucky 4 o vs. Steven R. Willoughby; ar- raignment; flagrant non-support, redocket 12-16-3@9 a.m., to ,," appear w/private counsel, * Mont 2 Co Jail bonded out for wrong - court date, * copy to Mont Co 'Jailer. , Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. James Franklin Taul; revoca- tion heating, tbd; revocation hear- i ing, tbd; revocation hearing, tbd; ql revocation hearing, tbd; revoca- tion hearing, tbd; revocation hear- ing, tbd, Hun. Monica Hill appt, @ out 12 mo jail, eligible for proba- tion upon pmt of rest. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Timothy E. Newman; improp- er rag plates, Hun. Monica Hill appt, waiver of extradition signed in open court and on the record; no rag rec; no ins; oper on susp lic, traffic charges dismissed without prejudice; fugitive from another state, waiver of extradition. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. William Lakes; puss of marl; drug para; traf in marl over 8 oz, Hun. Monica Hill appt, n.g. plea, e.t. 12-9-3@ 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Charles W. Franklin; dui 2nd, BA: refused; dui susp 1st, Hun. Monica Hill appt, g.p. per plea agreement, sentencing 12-9-3@ 1 p.m. for cty atty to have rest amount. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Eric Blanton; dui 1st, BA: 126, Hun. Monica Hill appt, g.p., $200 fine, $250 s.f. court cost, 45 day rev of ols, ordered to complete ADE class; lic to he in puss, dis- missed on counsel's representa- tion, ols in force; no ins, valid ins produced, dismissed per local rule. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jimmy E. Burgess; pretrial conference; drive dui susp lic 1st, c.t. 3-2-4@ 10:30 am. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jimmy Edw Burgess; pretrial conference; puss of mari reset p.t. 12-16-3@10:30 a.m.; use/puss drug para 1st, chg amended to puss drug para 2nd of (F), on motion of cty arty, grounds - 2nd conviction, n.g. plea, e.t. 12-16- 3@10:30 a.m.; puss cs 3rd deg 1st offunspecif; prescrip in improper contain lst; traffic marl <8 oz 1st off, reset p.t. 12-16-3@ 10:30 a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Barry Lay Gover; pretrial con- ference; assault 4th deg dv min inj, g.p., per plea agreement, 30 days jail, credit for time served, bal p/s 2yrs, terms - no dom viol and no viol of law, pay court cost. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Bradley Holder; pretrial con- ference; sex abuse 3rd deg, 2 yr court ordered diversion, terms - no viol of law, no contact w/victim, attend Pathways and complete .y treatment recommended, for- mal diversion order to be subrr- ted by"d6sl,  letter appr3v'ng diversion by victim filed in the record. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Robert Longwell; pretrial con- ference; assault 4th deg, g.p. per plea agreement, 90 days jail, cred- it for time served, bal p/s 2 yrs, terms - no viol of law and no acts of dom viol, pay court cost, * no contact in dom case to be amend- ed to no unlawful contact. * Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Terri McCoy; recall; dn plea n.g., p.c. 1-13-4@ 10a.m. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Pauline Boyd; court trial; assault 4th deg, written diversion agreement entered and filed in the record and approved by all parties. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Ronnie Allen Powell; proba- tion revocation hearing; redocket 12-23-3@10 a.m., for wage as- signment to be entered, probation revoked, to serve out 6 months upon next missed child support payment. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Dallas W. Whisman; court trial; up mv u/infl alcl/drug .08 1 st, g.p. per plea agreement, $200 fine, $250 s.f., court cost, 45 day rev of ols, ordered to complete ADE class; oper on suspd tic, g.p., 30 days jail p/s 2yrs, terms - no viol of law relating to oper of mv; puss revoked/susp lic, merge w/chg 2. CIVIL DISTRICT Linda Barber vs. Tammy Trosper. Farmers National Bank vs. Dabble Montgomery, ET AL. CIRCUIT CIVIL Jill Rene6 Walker vs. Roy Deshane Walker. Central Bank and Trust Co. vs. Douglass Copher. Commonwealth of Kentucky Transportation Cab. vs. Ricky Williams, ET AL. Legal Recoveries, Inc. vs. Mike S. Manley. Lucinda Ratliff vs. Ova A. Rafliff. Penny Turocy vs. Timothy Turocy. State Farm Mutual Auto-mobile Ins. Co. vs. Jeff Murphy, ET AL. Michelle Diane Caldwell vs. Troy Lee Caldwell. Lyndon Elmer Johnson vs. Edith Tammy Johnson. SMALL CLAIMS Rick and Jennifer Williams vs. Jimmy Caldwell. COMMONWEALTH OF KY BATH CIRCUIT COURT CIVIL BRANCH FIRST DWISION CENTRAL BANK & TRUST CO., PLAINTIFF DOUGLASS COPHER, DEFENDANT VOLUNTARY NOTICE OF DISMISSAL *** *** *** *** *** Comes the plaintiff, Central Bank & Trust Co., by counsel, and Little Rascals Too Pet Grooming Holiday Special $5. 0 0 off Grooming Good thru December 31, 2002 76 West Main Street, Owingsville, KY 40360 Hrs.: Mon-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Walk-ins Welcome or Call for se News. Greene attends assembly- Cheste L W. Greene, of Georgetown, Ohio, attended the 2003 Fall SWOEA Representative Assembly, at the Sharonville, Ohio, Convention Center, voluntarily dismisses the within- styled action against Douglass Copher, pursuant to Rule 41.01( 1 ) of the Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure, as it appears, he is not a resident of Bath County. This is not an action against Doug Copher of 4106 E. Highway 60, Owingsville, Kentucky. Upon new information obtained Nov- ember 21, 2003, the Doug Copher of 4106 E. Highway 60 is not the peon liable to the plaintiff. STOLE KEENON & PARK, LLP 300 W. 'Vine Street, Suite 2 I(X) Lexington, Kentucky 40507 (859) 231-3000 By: GRY D. PAVEY ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE This is to certify that a trim copy of the foregoing was mailed this 25th day of November, 2003: Dougla S. Copher 4106 E. Highway 60 Owingsville, Kentucky 40360 GREGORY D. PAVEY, .... , ,,, ,'.,,,-.,DEEDS,,. J, i,- :,  leannmto.,Wilsol , 1, Rsotl Wilson, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County. for dissolution of mar- riage. Paula Clark and Earl R. Clark, to Barry Fryman and Kim Fryman, a certain pmrel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consideration of the sum of $75,(X)0 cash in hand paid. Lorena Baber, lot the estate of Mfiry Hombeck (aka Mary Hum-back) and Lorena Baber and John P. Baber: Walter Lee Hombeck and Nieves Hornbeck: and Joy Darlene Cox, to Lillian November 22. "Take the Lead for Education" was the theme. Shown here left to right: Charles Wagner, Princeton School; Bill Sears, president, SWOEA; Saturday, Greene. Ulery, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County. for and in consideration of the sum of $1.00. Teresa Jamison and Scuttle Jamison, to Jackie Frazier and Frances Frazier, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consider- ation of the sum of $1r00. Gary D. Shrout, to Forrest L. McKenzie and Chandra McKen- zie, and John J. Hutchinson and Nancy G. Hutchinson, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consideration of the sum of $1.00. Elsie Green, to Charletta Don- ald.son, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for care provided. Gary Shrout, to Forrest L. McKenzie and Chandra McKen- zie, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consideration of the sum of $ i .00. Lewis Ray Vice (aka Ray Vice) and Clenmfie A. Vice, to Gary E. Purvis and Rita A. Purvis, a cer- tain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consideration of the sum of -$,),00. .... !, ........ , ................. ,,Michal,, I,,, MeKenzie,,and Diane McKenzie, and Ryan Colt McKenzie, to Lois Esham and Joseph Esham, a certain parcel or tract of land lying and being in Bath County, for and in consider- ation of the sum of $1.00. Subscribe Today! PhoDe 674-2181 for assistance Need a Loan? Credit Problems? We Can Help!!! Bad Credit .......... ..BankrupL .... .... " l',Io Credit, New ImmigrantS' No Application is Refused! 1st, 2nd Mortgage , Credit Line Personal Loan Debt Special First Time Pay As Little As 5% $5000 Down! Call Us Today for REAL ESTATE: 14+/- near level to very moderately rolling acres. All the acreage etative cover of mixed grasses and legumes. Approximately 10 acres is used for grazing remainder is used for hay. Livestock water is provided by a pond. Public water is available. has frontage on Wagoner Lane, Sunset Road, and Graves Lane. Some excellent 2003 tobacco quota is 581 pounds. IMPROVEMENTS: 1.5 story aluminum siding dwelling having 4 bedrooms, living room, bathroom, laundry room, covered concrete front porch, thermal pane windows, and a neW Fencing is good. New 10x16 storage building. TERMS: 10% down day of sate; balance with deed on or before 30 days. Potential buyers will l a 10-day period prior to the sale to conduct a lead-based paint inspection. Buyer will be to sign a waiver of the 10-day post-sale inspection. Announcements day of sale take dence over prior announcements. Open House: Sunday, December 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. Sale Conducted By Dou00 Stone Realty 2944 W. Tunnel Hill, Owingsville, KY 40360 Doug Stone, Broker (606) 247-3052 or (606) 782-3680 LW. Patton, Auctioneer (606) 683-2250 or (606) 776-6162 2944 W. Tunnel Hill, Owlngsvllle, KY 40360 Doug Stone, Broker (606) 247-3052 or (606) 782-3680 L.W. Patton, Auctioneer (606) 663-2250 or (606) 776-6162 Doug Stone Realty Rsa have been added. It sits on a 3/4 acre lot with city water and natural gas available. This property is well located in the Owingsville area. IMPROVEMENTS: The house has 2 bedrooms upstairs, 2 bedrooms downstairs, large great room, kitchen/dining room, and a bathroom. TERMS: 10% down day of sale; balance with deed on or before 30 days. Potential buyers will have a 10-day period prior to the sale to conduct a lead-based paint inspection. Buyer will be required to sign a waiver of the 10-day post-sale inspection. Announcements day of sale take prece- dence over prior announcements. Alice Snedegar, Executrlx Sale Conducted by Location: One mile west of Owingsville on U.S. 60 Saturday, December 6, 10 a.m. Location: Hiilsboro--approx. 3 miles down Sunset Rd. next to Wagoner i mtintrevkesustained'serve House & Lot 14 +/- Acre Farm Saturday,. December 20, 11 a.l00. /00,BSOLUTE AUCTIO