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Hancock County Court Docket, August 2, 2022

Hancock County Court docket for 8-2-22, the Honorable Joseph B. Hines presiding

Probate
The estate of Carl H. Adkins, probate hearing. Oath administered, order entered and bond set.
The estate of Mary Joanne Alig, other hearing. Oath administered, order entered and bond set.
The estate of Charles Earl Snyder, probate hearing. Order denied, petitioner may file amended petition.
The estate of Martine Holland, settlement. Informal settlement signed.
The estate of Thomas F. Ball, settlement. Settlement signed and entered 8-25-21.
The estate of William L. Vandgrift, probate hearing. Order signed.
The estate of Joe Darrell Hamilton, review. Proof filed.
Regarding Leonidas Harris, review. Order for show cause signed review for show cause on 9-5-22 at 9:30 a.m.

Civil Court
-Eagle Financial Services Inc. vs Michael Pate Et Al, motion hour. Order signed.
-Portfolio Recovery Associates vs Jeffery Veach, motion hour, motion to dismiss. Order signed.
-Owensboro Health Inc. vs Mary Katherine Basham, motion hour, motion for default judgment. Order signed.
-LVNV Funding LLC. Vs Brad Hylton, other hearing. Order signed.
-Poplar Grove Apartments vs Sierra Richardt, other hearing. The case dismissed as                                                                                                                            the defendant returned the key.
                                                                                                                        -Wade Doan Et Al vs William Ronald Carter, other hearing. Order dismissed.
 
Misdemeanor Court
-Stephanie Lenette Baker, other hearing. Contestation.
-Stephanie Baker, arraignment, theft by deception including cold checks. The defendant entered a plea of guilty. The defendant sentenced to 30 days in jail, with credit for five days served. The remaining 25 days suspended/probated on the condition of not being charged with the same or similar offense for two years and pay restitution to the victim. The defendant to show cause on 11-1-22.
-Chance Michael Allen, other hearing, two charges of theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others under $500. The defendant’s case continued to 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m. to review is defendant making payment on costs and restitution.
-Larry Vernon Steinhauer, show cause deferred/installment payment, two charges. 1) Failure to comply with order to remove health nuisances. 2) Contempt of court. The defendant paid $100. Case continued to 9-6-22.
-Ahsley Nicole Pyle, arraignment, two charges. 1) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol .08-first-aggravating circumstances. Charge amended; the defendant entered a plea of guilty. The defendant to pay $182.50. 2) Criminal mischief-third degree. The defendant’s charge dismissed without prejudice.

Felony Court
-Devin Michael Pate, show cause deferred/installment, five charges. 1) Assault fourth degree domestic violence, minor injury. 2) Strangulation-first degree. 3) Criminal mischief-second degree. 4) Burglary-second degree amended. 50 Criminal trespass-first degree. The defendant failed to appear. The court issued a bench warrant for $227.50.
-Ian Anthony Neether, preliminary hearing, three charges. 1) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $1,000 buy less than $10,000. 2) Criminal mischief-first degree. 3) Possession of burglary tools. The defendant’s case continued to 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m. Court notice sent to the defendant.
-Kaelin Green, motion hour, flagrant nonsupport. Agreed ordered entered.
-Kenneth Turner, arraignment, flagrant nonsupport. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty. The defendant’s preliminary hearing scheduled for 8-16-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Stephanie J. Beier, arraignment, four charges. 1) Public intoxication-controlled substances-excludes alcohol. 2) Giving officer false identifying information. 3) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-first offense. 4) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty. The defendant’s preliminary hearing scheduled for 8-16-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Eli Oscar Claise, arraignment, fleeing or evading police-first degree. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty. The defendant’s preliminary hearing scheduled for 8-16-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Brendi S. Cruse, arraignment, fleeing or evading police-first degree. The defendant entered a plea of not guilty. The defendant’s preliminary hearing scheduled for 8-16-22 at 8:30 a.m.

Traffic Court
-Auila F. Martinez, pretrial conference, two charges. 1) Disregarding traffic control device-traffic light. 2) License to be in possession. The defendant’s case continued to 10-4-33 at 8:30 a.m.-Waylon L. Gray, pretrial conference, two charges. 1) Speeding 26 MPH over/greater. 2) License to be in possession. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Wyatt Becket Wethington, pretrial conference, speeding 15 MPH over limit. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Ronald Thomas Etzig, arraignment, three charges. 1) Failure to wear seatbelts. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and fined $25. 2) No/expired Kentucky Registration Receipt. Proof shown, charge dismissed without prejudice. 3) No/expired registration plates. Proof shown, charge dismissed without prejudice. The defendant’s fine due by 9-6-22 or the defendant to show cause.
-Aiden James Weatherholt, arraignment, speeding 15 MPH over limit. The defendant’s case continued to 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Derek Logan Smith, arraignment, two charges. 1) Speeding 15 MPH over limit. The defendant’s charge amended to 12 MPH over limit. The defendant to enroll in the county attorney program by 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m. 2) Failure to produce insurance card. Proof shown, dismissed.
-Shane A. Hanloh, arraignment, two charges. 1) Speeding 26 MPH over/greater. The defendant to enroll in the county attorney’s traffic school program. Case continued to 9-6-22 at 8:30 a.m. to verify completion of program. 2) Failure to produce insurance card. Proof shown, charge dismissed.
-Bavetta K. Woods, other hearing, three charges. 1) No/expired registration plates. 2) All other traffic offenses not listed. 3) Failure to produce insurance card. The defendant failed to appear.
-Charles Keith Hill, pretrial conference, two charges. 1) Disregarding stop sign. Merged into charge two. 2) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol .08. The defendant entered a plea of guilty. Orders and judgment entered.
-Dennis S. Williams Sr. review, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs/etc. .08 aggravating circumstances, second. Case removed from active docket.
-Jennifer Elaine Westerfield, other hearing, speeding 15 MPH over limit. The defendant paid, remove from active docket.
-Carlisle Royston Green, other hearing, speeding 10 MPH over limit. Review for payment to court clerk on 10-4-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Kimberly Dawn Mayfield, motion hour, speeding 25 MPH over limit. Charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Christopher W. Taylor, pretrial conference, four charges. 1) Disregarding stop sign. 2) Failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security-first. 3) No/expired registration plates. 4) Driving on a DUI suspended license. The defendant’s case continued to 8-16-22 at 8:30 a.m.
-Lisa M. Taul, pretrial conference, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security-first. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and sentenced to 30 days in jail and fined $500. The defendant’s jail sentence probated for two years, and the court suspended $450 of the fine. The court to review the case on 12-6-22 at 8:30 a.m. to verify defendant continued insurance coverage. The defendant to pay $192.50.
-Tristan J. Cox, arraignment, improper start from a parked position. The charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Janet L. McFarland, arraignment, speeding 10 MPH over limit. The charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Hailey Chayanne Newman, arraignment, speeding 10 MPH over limit. The charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Emily Grace Schlachter, motion hour, speeding 15 MPH over limit. The charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Mindy Lynn Maldonado, arraignment, speeding 10 MPH over limit. The charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Patrick N. Biever, arraignment, speeding 15 MPH over limit. The charge dismissed without prejudice.
-Paul Joseph Flynn, review, three charges. 1) Speeding 15 MPH over limit. The charge dismissed without prejudice. 2) No/expired Kentucky registration receipt. Dismissed. 3) No/expired registration plates. Dismissed.

Diverted cases
Richard Caleb Wilson, diversion, speeding 22 MPH over limit. Charge dismissed.

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