Hancock District Court Docket, March 31, 2021

The Hancock County District Court Arraignment Docket for Wednesday, March 31, 2021. The Honorable JB Hines presiding.

Probate Court
The estate of Roger Curtis Basinger, case scheduled for probate hearing. Order signed.
The estate of Wanda Faye Brown, case scheduled for probate hearing. Written oath administered, bond set and order signed.

Civil Court
Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC. vs Katharine Stephens, case scheduled for motion hour. Motion to dismiss signed.
Small Claims Court

Dr. Walton Allen vs Amanda Stuerke, case scheduled for other hearing. The defendant’s case continued to 4-28-21 at 9 a.m. Court notice sent to the defendant.

Misdemeanor Court
Michael L. Little, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on two charges. 1) No/expired registration plates. The defendant guilty and fined $50. 2) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. The defendant guilty and fined $100. The defendant’s fines concurrent.

Laura White Elder, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of any misdemeanor codes not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura Elder, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of any misdemeanor codes not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura Elder, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of any misdemeanor codes not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura Elder, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of any misdemeanor codes not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura White Elder, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of any misdemeanor codes not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura White Elder, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of any misdemeanor codes not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura White Elder, case scheduled for arraignment on any misdemeanor charge not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Laura White Elder, case scheduled for arraignment on any misdemeanor charge not covered by these codes. The defendant found guilty; the defendant’s case deferred two years.

Joshua Wayne Robbins, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on three charges. 1) Criminal mischief-second degree. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice. 2) Failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security-first. The defendant found guilty and his 90-day jail sentence probated. The defendant also fined $500, and $450 of the fine suspended. 3) Criminal mischief-third degree. The defendant guilty and his 90-day jail sentence probated. All jail time and fines concurrent; the defendant’s fine and costs total $212.50.

Paul Stephen Hall, case scheduled for review. No further action required; case removed from active docket.

Joshywa E. Reece, case scheduled for arraignment on two charges. 1) Assault fourth degree domestic violence-minor injury. 2) Possession of synthetic drugs-first offense. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty; the defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 4-14-21 at 8:30 a.m.

Danny D. Coon, case scheduled for sentencing on a charge of theft by deception including cold checks under $500. The defendant’s 90-day jail sentence suspended on the condition the defendant pay restitution of $325 by 7-7-21 by 8:30 a.m.

Beverly Howsare, case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of abatement of nuisances. The defendant’s case deferred one year; the defendant has obtained trash pickup, and yard cleared of trash. The defendant ordered to pay costs of $162.50 by 7-7-21.

Francheska L. Humphrey, case scheduled for arraignment on four charges. 1) Operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. 2) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of controlled substances-first-aggravating circumstances. 3) Wanton endangerment-second degree. 4) Wanton endangerment-second degree. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty to all charges; the defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 4-14-21 at 8:30 a.m.

Amanda L. Arnold, case scheduled for arraignment. The defendant’s failure to appear recalled; the defendant’s charge deferred one year on condition the defendant not charges with the same or similar offense, and to pay costs of $162.50 by 7-7-21.

Janice Susan Matilda Kerr, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on a charge of assault fourth degree domestic violence-minor injury. The defendant entered a plea of guilty; the defendant’s 30-day jail sentence probated. The defendant ordered to pay fine and costs of $182.50.

Matthew A. Martin, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on two charges. 1) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others under $500. 2) Criminal trespassing-third degree. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m.
Diverted cases
None recorded.

Felony Court
Christopher Lee Guinn, the defendant’s case scheduled for arraignment on two charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Possession of burglary tools. The defendant bonded out of jail to appear in court on 4-14-21.

Michael Todd Little, the defendant’s case scheduled for a preliminary hearing on three charges. 1) Improper registration plates. 2) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-second offense. 3) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. The defendant’s case bound to the grand jury.

Michael J. Sweeney, the defendant’s case scheduled for a preliminary hearing on a charge of theft of identity of another without consent. Probable cause found; the defendant’s case bound to the grand jury.

Michael J. Miller, the defendant’s case scheduled for arraignment on a charge of flagrant non-support. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty; the defendant’s preliminary hearing scheduled for 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m.

Debbie J. Puckett, the defendant’s case scheduled for a preliminary hearing on a charge of theft by deception including cold checks under $10,000. The defendant’s case amended to a charge of theft by unlawful taking under $500. The defendant entered a plea of guilty; the defendant’s 180-day jail sentence suspended for two years on the condition the defendant pays restitution in full by 7-7-21 at 8:30 a.m.
Diverted Cases
None recorded.

Traffic Court
Adam Ray Hill, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on two charges. 1) Rear license not illuminated. The defendant’s charge deferred provided the light is repaired. 2) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of substances-first-aggravating circumstances. The defendant entered a plea of guilty; the defendant sentenced to 30 days in jail, fined $200 and ordered to enroll in an alcohol/substance abuse treatment program. In addition, the defendant’s operator’s license suspended for six months. Twenty days of the defendant’s 30-day jail sentence probated. The defendant given credit for two days served. The defendant ordered to pay costs and fees of $787.50.

Joshua Wayne Robbins, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on four charges. 1) Speeding 20 MPH over limit. The defendant entered a plea of guilty. 2) License to be in possession. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice. 3) No/expired registration plates. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice. 4) Failure of non-owner/operator to maintain required insurance-first. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and sentenced to 10 days in jail. The defendant’s jail sentence probated for two years on the condition of not being charged with the same or similar offense. All fines and jail time are concurrent. The defendant ordered to pay costs of $142.50 by 7-7-21 or appear to show cause.

Tyler Wayne Elliott, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on five charges. 1) Failure to maintain liability/cargo insurance. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and fined $25. 2) Failure to produce insurance card. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and fined $25. 3) Attempted failure to register transfer of motor vehicle. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice. 4) No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and fined $25. 5) No/expired registration plates. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and fined $25. All fines concurrent. The defendant ordered to pay fine and costs of $167.50 by 7-7-21 or appear to show cause.

Ian Scott Ritchey, the defendant’s case scheduled or an arraignment on two charges. 1) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol .08-first. Charge amended to DUI second offense. 2) Possession of an open alcohol beverage container in a motor vehicle. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty to both charges; the defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 5-12-21 at 8:30 a.m.
Christopher M. Knight, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on two charges. 1) Operating a motor vehicle with expired operator’s license. 2) Failure to produce insurance card. Both charges dismissed as the defendant was incarcerated at the time of the infractions.

Willard Harold Greenwell, the defendant’s case set for a motion to dismiss on a charge of speeding 23 MPH over limit. The defendant completed the Drive Safe Kentucky program, an order to dismiss the case signed.

Itzel Reyes, the defendant’s case scheduled for an arraignment on a charge of disregarding a traffic control device-traffic light. The defendant’s case continued to 5-26-21 at 9 a.m. An agreed order signed.

Brent Owen Stillwell, the defendant’s case scheduled for motion hour on a charge of speeding 10 MPH over limit. The defendant completed the Drive Safe Kentucky program, an order to dismiss the case signed.

Robert Lee Hinton, the defendant’s case scheduled for motion hour on a charge of speeding 17 MPH over limit. The defendant completed the Drive Safe Kentucky program, an order to dismiss the case signed.

Tristan S. Simmons, the defendant’s case scheduled for an arraignment on two charges. 1) Failure to wear seat belts. 2) Operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. A court notice was sent to the defendant for him to appear 4-7-21 at 8:30 a.m.

Cody Wedding, case scheduled for an arraignment on three charges. 1) Speeding 13 MPH over limit. The defendant sentenced to attend the county attorney’s driving school by 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m. 2) No/expired registration plates. 3) Operating a vehicle with expired operator’s license. Charges two and three dismissed.

Ernest Dean Alexander, the defendant’s case scheduled for an arraignment on a charge of no operator’s/moped license. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty; the defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m.

Stacey N. Vanconey, the defendant’s case scheduled for an arraignment on three charges. 1) Speeding 26 MPH over/greater. The defendant’s charge amended to 20 MPH over limit. The defendant ordered to attend the county attorney’s driving program by 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m. 2) Careless driving. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice. 3) Failure to produce insurance card. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice.

Tommy Joe Meserve, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on two charges. 1) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol .08-first-aggravating circumstances. 2) No/expired registration plates. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m.

Tommy Joe Meserve, the defendant’s case scheduled for a pretrial conference on two charges. 1) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol .08-first-aggravating circumstances. 2) No/expired registration plates. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 4-28-21 at 8:30 a.m.
Diverted Cases
None recorded.

Real Estate
Andrew Volocko and Lucy Ann Volocko to James Lee Volocko and Megan Volocko, two tracts Hobbs Property Division.
Andrew Volocko and Lucy Ann Volocko to James Lee Volocko and Megan Volocko, two tracts state Route 1389.
Michael Lee McBride and Mary Jo McBride to Cindy M. Garrett, 5.846 acres Ed Brown Road.
John D. Brooks and Vicki Brooks to Enola Taylor, 1.109 acres at 490 McGill Lane.
Tina Louise Jarvis to Charmaine Bruner, two tracts Baker Lane.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC, 135 River Street.

Marriage Licenses
Candy Ann Goodbread and Sean David Calhoun.

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