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Court report: May 23, 2016

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District court

The following cases were heard by Judge J.R. RoBards

Civil final

JH Portfolio Debt Equities, LLC DBA JH Capital Group, vs. Darrin E. McGill, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $3,360.00 plus court costs of $133.50.

Norton Hospitals Inc., vs. Michael L. Hughes, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $1,760.36, plus interest.

Norton Hospitals Inc., vs. Tara Twyman, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $990.64, plus interest.

Capital One Bank (USA) N.A., vs. Michelle McClain, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $1,824.89 plus court costs.

DNF Associates, LLC, vs. Nathan F. Hibbs, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $1,156.35, plus court costs.

Winston Irvine, vs. Richard and Joyce Rynes, judgment for the Plaintiff in forcible entry and detainer.

Benson Properties Inc., vs. Alyssa and John Nichols, judgment for the Plaintiff in forcible entry and detainer.

Criminal final

Carlos C. Caceres, no operator's license, careless driving, operating motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/ alcohol – guilty – 120 day sentence, $1,328.00 in fines and court cost.

Mark Ballard, leaving the scene of an accident/ failure to render aid – guilty – $243 in fine and court costs.

Ta'Nesha Chappell, theft by unlawful taking/ shoplifting – guilty – $189 in fine and court costs, 30-day sentence.

Glen Essex, fail to operate boat at idle speed in harbor/congested area – guilty – $214 in fines and court costs.

Sanchez Filiberto, resident fishing with out a license – guilty – $214 in fines and court costs.

Shashawna Moore, shoplifting –guilty – 30-day sentence, $164 in fine and court costs.

Wesley Samples, possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia – guilty – $964 in fines and court costs.

Lori Willard, speeding 12 mph over the limit, failure to wear seat belt – guilty – $192 in fines and court costs.

Christopher T. Brown, speeding 14 mph over the limit, expired registration plates, expired Kentucky registration receipt – guilty – $191 in fine and court costs.

Todd A. Bell, speeding 10 mph over the limit, no license in possession – guilty – $183 in fines and court costs.

Tonja D. Caiceros, failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $643 in fines and court costs.

Mikaela Cline, disregarding stop sign, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $243 in fines and court costs.

James A. Cough Jr., no driver's license in possession – guilty – $163 in fine and court costs.

Tiffany B. Downey, no operator's license in possession – guilty – $188 in fine and court costs.

Gonzalez a. Esmeraida, speeding 11 mph over the limit, no driver's license in possession – guilty – $185 in fines and court costs.

Nalleli Gonzalez-Herrera, failure to wear seat belt, no operator's license, booster seat violations – guilty – $318 in fines and court costs.

David Holland, improper display of registration plates, no driver's license in possession – guilty – $183 in fines and court costs.

Montoree Jackson, failure to wear seat belt, expired registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $688 in fines and court costs.

De La Cruz-Mendez Jarlin, improper use of left lane, possess open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle, no operator's license – guilty – $488 in fines and court costs.

Nicholas Johnson, expired registration plates, failure to wear seat belt – guilty – $188 in fines and court costs.

Troy King, expired registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $763 in fines and court costs, insurance monitoring.

John C. Kistner, speeding 23 mph over the limit, no tail lamps – guilty – $163 in fine and court costs.

Alicia Kraft, expired registration plates, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $663 in fines and court costs.

Alicia Kraft, operating on suspended license, failure of owner to maintain required insurance 2nd offense – guilty – 30-day sentence, $1,243 in fines and court costs.

Latasha Leachman, operating on suspended license –guilty – 5-day sentence, $243 in fines and court costs.

Alexey Lobanov, operating motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/ alcohol – guilty – 30 days license suspension, $728 in fines and court costs.

Sebastian Lora, speeding 25 mph over the limit, reckless driving – guilty – $253 in fine and court costs.

Aaron Marsee, no operator's license in possession – guilty – $163 in fines and court costs.

Amanda Miller, no operator's license in possession – guilty – $163 in fines and court costs.

Derek Mink, speeding in a school zone – guilty – $243 in fines and court costs.

LaDonna Owens, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $743 in fines and court costs with insurance monitoring.

Robert Saller, failure to wear seat belt, expired registration – guilty – $188 in fines and court costs.

Hannah Zehnder, failure to wear seat belt, improper lane usage/ vehicle keep to right except to pass – guilty – $168 in fines and court costs.

Joseph S. Cobb, use/ possess drug paraphernalia –guilty – 10-day sentence, $314 in fines and court costs.

Phillip Crittendon, theft by deception - include cold checks – guilty – diversion sent, $494 in fines and court costs.

Cameron Evans, operate motor vehicle under influence of drugs/ alcohol 2nd offense – guilty – 7-day sentence, 90 days license suspension, $903 in fines and court costs.

Brandon Foree, violation of Kentucky E.P.O. – guilty – $439 in fines and court costs.

Ryan Noe, operating on suspended license, failure to use child restraint device in vehicle, drug paraphernalia – guilty – $489 in fines and court costs.

Gabriela Palma, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $643 in fines and court costs.

Zach Paul, criminal trespassing, drug paraphernalia – guilty – $614 in fines and court costs.

Robert A. Satterly, giving officer false name/ address – guilty – 2-day sentence, $164 in court costs.

Terri Glidewell, expired registration, failure to produce insurance card – guilty – $213 in fines and court costs.

Mary Hager, theft by deception - includes cold checks, 20-day sentence, $509 in fines and court costs.

Eric Keith, drug paraphernalia, complicity drug paraphernalia (buy/ possess) –guilty – 25-day sentence, $189 in fines and court costs.

William J. Mason, expired Kentucky registration receipt, possess marijuana, operating motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/ alcohol – guilty – $873 in fines and court costs, 30 days license suspension.

Taylor Murphy, giving officer false name or address – guilty – 30-day sentence, $164 in court costs.

Pamela Pham, failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $1,289 in fines and court costs, $4,306.05 in restitution.

Tanner W. Williamson, forgery 3rd degree – guilty – 45-day sentence, $189 court costs.

Edward Spencer, assault 4th degree domestic with minor injury –guilty – 60-day sentence, no contact with victim, $164 in court costs.

Bryan McIntosh, failure to wear seat belt, operating motor vehicle on suspended license –guilty – 90-day sentence, $214 in fines and court costs.

Circuit court

Divorces granted

LaDonna Thornton, Shelbyville, vs. Stacy Allen, Shelbyville.

Steven Rosegotter, Shelbyville, vs. Marion E. Fields, Louisville, KY.

Dawn M. Shelton, Shelbyville, vs. Justin R. Hughes, Austin, TX.

Sarah Hundley, Shelbyville, vs. Christopher A. Hill, Shelbyville.

David F. R. Ceja, Shelbyville, vs. Devon V. Yates, Shelbyville.

Criminal final

Timothy J. Thacker, assault 2nd degree, tampering with physical evidence –guilty – 6-year sentence, $165.00 in court costs.

Sarah Rion, trafficking in cocaine – guilty – 4 years probated, 5 years probation, $165.00 in court costs.

Donnie Cooper, prohibited use of electronic communication system to procure a minor (peace officer) sex offense –guilty – 3-year sentence.

Matthew Johnson, trafficking in heroin – guilty – 3 years probated, 5 years probation, pay restitution.

Caleb Tapp, complicity to commit burglary, complicity to theft by unlawful taking under $10k, complicity to theft of unlawful taking of firearms, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia – guilty – 7 years probated, 5 years probation, pay restitution.

Mercedes Castillo, complicity to robbery, fleeing/evading police, operating motor vehicle with an expired license – guilty – 7 years probated, 5 years probation.

Crystal D. Slaughter, promoting contraband, possession of drug paraphernalia – guilty – 1 year probated, 3 years probation.

Scott A. Gribbins, assault 3rd degree, resisting arrest, menacing – guilty – 2 year sentence.

Civil final

Discover Bank, vs. Albert Jordan, agreed judgment, dismissed.

Alan Short, vs. Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicle Licensing, judgment for the Plaintiff. KYTC shall within 30 days of the entry of this judgment issue a Certificate of Tile to Alan Short for the 1978 Pontiac Trans Am.