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Public records, June 23, 2020

BOYLE DISTRICT COURT

Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.

  • Joshua F. Yates, 24, Virginia: resisting arrest, second-degree disorderly conduct; third-degree criminal mischief; and menacing, 30 days each count, to run consecutively, credit for time served, remaining time probated two years, banned from Quality Inn, restitution.
  • Sarah J. McMullin, 33, Richmond: leaving the scene of an accident, 90 days; driving on suspended license; possession of drug paraphernalia; and resisting arrest, 30 days each count, all time to run consecutively, credit for seven days served, remaining time probated one year, restitution.
  • Jane Maxwell, 34, Taylorsville: public intoxication with a controlled substance, 14 days.
  • Michael R. Cavanah, 34, Danville: public intoxication with a controlled substance, seven days, concurrently with Mercer County time.
  • Patrick A. Cross, 32, Danville: theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting, merchandise valued less than $500, 90 days, consecutively with all other time, probated one year, banned from Walmart.
  • Teena Kay Horton, 44, Nicholasville: theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting, merchandise valued less than $500, 90 days, to serve seven days, remaining time probated one year, banned from Walmart; contempt of court, dismissed.
  • Renaldo Serrano Reyes, 49, Magnolia, Kentucky: driving under the influence of intoxicants, $200, license suspended 120 days; no liability insurance, 60 days, credit for one day served, remaining time probated one year; and no driver’s license, no or expired registration plates and no insurance card, all dismissed.
  • Matthew Stephen Tolbert, 30, Danville: DUI second offense, amended to first offense, four days, $200 fine, license suspended 120 days; second-degree wanton endangerment, dismissed; no liability insurance, 60 days, to serve four days, remaining time probated one year.
  • Christina M. Combs, 25, Danville: possession of marijuana, $200; contempt of court, dismissed.
  • Melisa Hicks, 48, Junction City: DUI,$200, license suspended 120 days; possession of drug paraphernalia, leaving the scene of an accident, license to be in possession and contempt of court, 30 days each count, to run concurrently, credit for 30 days served.
  • Sharai B. Hogue, 31, Danville: theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting, $100 fine, 30 days, probated one year, banned from Walmart, $81.46 restitution.
  • Octavio Chavez, 44, Stanford: public intoxication, $50 fine; tampering with physical evidence, amended to criminal attempt, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth and contempt of court, all dismissed.
  • Kimberly A. Naylor, 38, Danville: second-degree cruelty to animals, seven days.
  • James A. Coomer, 56, Danville: public intoxication, $100 fine; failure to notify address change to DOT, dismissed.
  • Amanda Delaney, 27, Lancaster: third-degree burglary, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days, credit for two days served, remaining time probated two years, banned from Walmart.
  • Carrie Sue Rogers, 39, Harrodsburg: public intoxication, $25 fine; second-degree criminal trespassing, 30 days, credit for one day served, remaining time probated one year.
  • Ryan L. Smith, 37, Danville: fourth-degree domestic assault, 90 days, probated one year.

 

CIVIL JUDGMENTS

Civil judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

  • Cavalry SPV I vs. Justin Roberts, default judgment for plaintiff, $6,450.31 plus interest and fees.
  • Joshua Snavely vs. Katherine Snavely, divorce granted.
  • Park Community Credit Union vs. Joey D. Williams and Arvin Coleman, default judgment for plaintiff, $5,581.62 plus interest and fees.
  • Park Community Credit Union vs. Glen Gibson, default judgment for plaintiff, $11,940.46 plus interest and fees.
  • Linda Irvin, Samuel Irvin Jr. and Samantha Shepherd, vs. Dennis Stratton, default judgment for plaintiffs, $14,058.08 plus interest and fees.
  • Midland Credit Management Inc. vs. Louis Coffman, default judgment for plaintiff, $15,011.76 plus interest and fees.
  • Cavalry SPV I LLC vs. Isaah D. Land, default judgment for plaintiff, $11,253.33 plus interest and fees.
  • Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center vs. Jarred Westall, default judgment for plaintiff,  $6,065.39 plus interest and fees.
  • Norton Hospitals Inc. vs. Kelsi King, default judgment for plaintiff, $5,708.72 plus interest and fees.
  • Tanya Torres vs. Antonio Torres, divorce granted.

 

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS

Criminal judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

  • Andrea Burns Sr, 40, Danville: first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, meth, amended to drug unspecified, five years; first-degree persistent felony offender, amended to second-degree, enhanced; contempt of court, merged.

 

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Marriage licenses issued recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include:

  • Jamie Lynn Clements, 44, University of Kentucky, and Holman James Cotton, 44, Norfolk Southern Railroad, both of Danville.
  • Rebeca Montserrat Aguilar Richarte, 21, unemployed, New York, and Joseph Sebastian Alcorn, 22, Army, Danville.
  • Lydia Elizabeth Myers, 23, student, Foster, Kentucky, and Jacob Stuart Larson, 23, graduate student, Danville.
  • Dina P. Gonzalez Ralac, 22, healthcare, and Samuel Calvo Rodriguez, 24, agriculture, both of Danville.
  • Kerrie Beth Goggin, 35, teacher, Danville and Scott Daniel Grider, 38, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Harrodsburg.
  • Kensie Martha Zeman, 24, Lafayette Engineering, and Charles Scott Westerfield, 24, Lafayette Engineering, both of Parksville.
  • Hannah Marie Sweet, 29, unemployed, and Enice Ray Combs, 39, Kroger store manager, both of Danville.
  • Gentry Kays Byrne, 23, vet tech, Danville, and Chapman Douglas Bean, 23, pastor, Southland Christian Church, Lexington.
  • Marlynn Sue Conner, 73, retired, Franklin, North Carolina, and James Alan Davis, 71, retired, Danville.
  • Rebecca Lynn Wasson, 29, store manager, and Tylo Sanchez Williams, 29, merchandiser, both of Danville.

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