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Boyle County public records, July 28, 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.

  • Bryon Leathers, 21, Danville: two counts third-degree terroristic threatening, 180 days each count count; two counts harassing communication, 90 days each count; two counts third-degree stalking, 180 days each count, all time to run concurrently, to serve 69 days, remaining time probated one year, stay away from victims.
  • Ashley D. Snow, 24, Danville: driving on DUI suspended license, amended to suspended license, 30 days, credit for one day served, remaining time probated one year; endangering the welfare of a minor, 12 months, probated.
  • Jared B. Stevens, 32, Perryville: two counts fourth-degree assault, 180 days each count; two counts menacing, 90 days each count; two counts resisting arrest, 180 days; two counts third-degree terroristic threatening, 180 days each count, all time to run concurrently, to serve 30 days, remaining time probated one year; third-degree criminal trespassing, dismissed.
  • Bradley Cole Wilkerson, 32, Stanford: DUI, $300 fine, license suspended 120 days; and no or expired registration plates and receipt, driving with expired license and contempt of court, all dismissed.
  • Mikhail A. Chetverukhin, 44, Danville: drinking alcohol in public third or more offense within 12 months, 30 days; second-degree disorderly conduct, 30 days; obstructing a highway, 30 days, all time to run concurrently, credit for nine days served, remaining time probated one year; no or expired registration plates, dismissed; no or expired registration receipt, $25; driving on suspended license, 30 days, consecutively, probated one year; no insurance card, dismissed; public intoxication with alcohol third or more offense within 12 months, 30 days, consecutively, credit for nine days served, remaining time probated one year.
  • Brandon Bethea, 28, Danville: second-degree burglary, dismissed; and attempting to disarm an officer, resisting arrest, attempt menacing, third-degree terroristic threatening, second-degree disorderly conduct and first-degree criminal trespassing, to serve 90 days each charge, concurrently.
  • Britany E. Bugg, 33, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance, heroin, amended to criminal attempt; tampering with physical evidence, amended to criminal attempt; first-degree promoting contraband, amended to criminal attempt and possession of drug paraphernalia, 365 days each charge, to run concurrently, credit for 14 days served, remaining time probated two years.
  • Dallas B. Carlton, 27, Danville: two counts possession of drug paraphernalia; two counts possession of marijuana; attempt to tamper with physical evidence; driving on suspended license; and contempt of court, 30 days each charge, consecutively, to serve 20 days; no motorcycle license, no insurance card, improper display of plates, no or expired registration and no or expired plates, failure to use proper signal and convicted felon in possession of a handgun, all dismissed.
  • Jacob Gordon, 28, town unknown: theft of property that was delivered by mistake; possession of drug paraphernalia; and contempt of court, 30 days each charge, to serve concurrently, credit for 30 days served.
  • Alex R. McCrystal, 27: no tail lamps, dismissed; no liability insurance, $1,000 fine with $900 probated one year; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days, credit for two days served, remaining time probated two years.
  • Holly A. Stringer, 22, Junction City: possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed; possession of marijuana, $200 fine.
  • Cora Sparks, 54, Junction City: violation of county ordinance, $50; criminal littering, 90 days; two counts second-degree disorderly conduct; menacing; two counts third-degree terroristic threatening; first-degree disorderly conduct; and resisting arrest, 90 days each charge, all time to run concurrently, credit for 17 days served, remaining time probated one year.
  • Kimberly Allen Naylor, 38, Danville: six counts theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting of merchandise valued less than $500, 90 days for five counts, to run concurrently, and 30 days for sixth count to run consecutively, credit for 14 days served remaining time probated one year, banned from Walmart, $203.34 restitution.
  • Brandon Tyler Pickett, 39, Harrodsburg: DUI, $250 fine, license suspended 120 days.
  • Richard A. Pike, 37, Parksville: trafficking in marijuana, 45 days; possession of drug paraphernalia, 45 days, to serve concurrently, credit for 45 days served; theft by deception, 30 days, credit for 30 days served. $160.19 restitution.

 

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS

Criminal judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

  • Joseph Simpson, 36, Danville: first-degree burglary, amended to second-degree, eight years;   first-degree unlawful imprisonment, amended to second-degree, 12 months, concurrently; second-degree unlawful imprisonment, 12 months; violation of protective order, 12 months, concurrently.

 

INCORPORATIONS

D&J Land Holdings LLC, David E. Reynolds, 1004 U.S. 68 West, Perryville

 

BANKRUPTCIES

Cases filed recently in U.S. Bankruptcy Court include the following:

 

LEXINGTON

Chapter 7

Boyle County

  • Woodford J. Bowles Jr. and Jessica Lynn Hill-Bowles
  • James Lamont Key and Tabitha Turner Key
  • James Antwyne Alcorn
  • Anthony Parker Hall
  • Shaina Anne Jones

Chapter 7: Court-appointed trustee sells assets, and debtor is discharged of debt.

Chapter 13: Debtor arranges to repay debt.

 

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