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Court report: July 25, 2016

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District court

The following cases were heard by Charles R. Hickman

Civil final

Southeastern Emergency Physicians, LLC D/B/A Frankfort Emergency Department, vs. Ruby A. Brown, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $461.00 plus interest.

David Geller M.D., PLLC, vs. Crystal Murphy, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $261.89 plus interest, plus all costs herein expanded.

Calvary SPV I, LLC, vs. Patti Trumbo, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $1,316.33, plus $133.50 in court costs, plus interest.

Clinical Associates Inc., D/B/A CPA Lab D/B/A Clinical Pathology Associates, vs. Ashlin Smith, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $458.00 plus interest.

Discover Bank, vs. Sidney D. Beaty, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $2,211.21, plus $133.50 in court costs.

Robinson Farm Equipment, vs. Gerald Radcliff, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $3,501.79, plus interest, plus all costs herein expanded.

Midland Townhomes, vs. Allison Young and Aaminah Arnold, judgment for the Plaintiff in forceable entry and detainer.

Gray Hill Apartments, vs. Sherrica Graves, judgment for the Plaintiff in forceable entry and detainer.

Small Claims Final

Cloverbrook Farms Homeowner's Association, vs. Renee M. Joseph, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $705.50, plus interest, plus $91.00.

Perry's Auto Sales, vs. George Aceves, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $900.00, plus interest, plus $96.00.

Perry's Auto Sales, vs. Eric Jones, judgment for the Plaintiff in the amount of $2,400, plus interest, plus $96.00.

Criminal final

Karla Abell, failure of owner to maintain required insurance – guilty – $743 in fines and court costs.

Maung Aye, no operator's license – guilty – $193 in fine and court costs.

Jordan Beller, posses open alcohol beverage in motor vehicle, rear license not illuminated – guilty – $203 in fine and court costs.

Justin Court, operating on suspended/ revoked operator's license – guilty – $243 in fine and court costs.

Raul Guzman, operating on suspended/ revoked operator's license – guilty – $243 in fine and court costs.

Brandon Hartman, operating motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/ alcohol – guilty – $753 in fines and court costs, 30 days license suspension.

Rosalia Melo Santana, speeding 18 mph over the limit, failure to wear seat belt – guilty – $204 in fines and court costs.

Marla Montell, careless driving – guilty – $143 in fines and court costs.

Terry Prather, improper passing – guilty – $163 in fine and court costs.

Chemesha T. Stephenson, speeding 22 mph over the limit, operating on suspended/ revoked operator's license – guilty – $287 in fines and court costs.

James Denton, public intoxication by a controlled substance – guilty – $189 in fines and court costs, 10 day sentence.

Michael D. Wilson, criminal mischief – guilty – 45 day sentence.

Circuit court

Divorces granted

Thomas O. Palmer III, Shelbyville vs. Jennifer G. Lane, Shelbyville.

Cheri L. Scheider, Shelbyville, vs. Troy L. Mattingly, Shelbyville.

Jeremy Burchfield, Shelbyville, vs. Cynthia Z. Dove, Cincinnati, OH.

Criminal final

Todd Kelley, burglary 3rd degree, alcohol intoxication in a public place – guilty – $165 in court costs, 3 years probated, 5 years probation.

Susan Hensley, wanton endangerment – guilty – 2 years probated, 4 years probation.

Edward Davis, possession of cocaine, failure to maintain required insurance – guilty – $500 in fines and court costs, 1 year probated, 3 years probation.

Robert W. Holt, promoting contraband – guilty – 2 years probated, 5 years probation.

Jeffery Basham, theft by unlawful taking – guilty – conditionally discharged for 2 years.

Ashley Hypes, criminal possession of a forged instrument – guilty – 2 years probated, 4 years probation.

Eddie Davis, cultivating marijuana 5 or more plants, trafficking in marijuana – guilty – $165 in court costs, 1 year probated, 3 years probation.

Caleb Tapp, complicity to burglary, complicity to theft by unlawful taking under $10,000, complicity to theft by unlawful taking firearm, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia – guilty – 7 years probated, 5 years probation, pay restitution.

Howard Everhart II, facilitation to theft of a firearm, complicity to theft by unlawful taking – guilty – $165 in court costs, conditionally discharged for 2 years.

Joseph Hinton, theft by unlawful taking (auto), receiving stolen property over $500 – guilty – 2 year sentence.

Catherine Beller, possession of methanphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia – guilty – 2 year sentence.

Ryan Vanhuss, theft by unlawful taking over $500 – guilty – 2 years probated, 4 years probation, pay restitution.

Civil final

U.S. Bank Trust, vs. Aysha Tolle, AKA Aysha Tapp, et al, this matter was referred to the Mater Commissioner for the purpose of effecting a judicial sale.

CMG Mortgage Inc., vs. Michael L. Roley, et al, this matter is referred to the Master Commissioner for the purpose of effecting a judicial sale.