For The Record


             Civil Suits
    Dec. 6:
    The Bank of New York Mellon vs. William McGaughey, Deborah McGaughey, Capital One Bank USA, Citibank South Dakota, CACH, LLC, Arrow Financial Services, LLC, FIA Card Services, Unknown defendant, spouse of William McGaughey, Kentucky Tax Bill Servicing and Countywide Home Loans, Inc., default of payment on note
    James L. Joslin vs. 3D Operations, LLC and Logan James Ellis, seeking damages due to an auto accident


    •  March 1
    Doris Brown, 490 Case Lane, pole barn, 960 square feet, estimated cost $4,500; permit fee $179.40.
     • March 4
    Ronald Helton, 205 Mitts Road, mobile home, 1,280 square feet, estimated cost $20,000; permit fee $109.70.
    •  March 7
    Tim Pack, 4405 Owenton Road, addition, 1,120 square feet, estimated cost $80,000; permit fee, $345.32.
    City of Williamstown, 523 N. Main Street, demolition, no charge
     • March 8

  • For the Record 3-7-13

    Dec. 14:

    (Quit Claim Deed) Gregory M. Wenz and Julia A. Landrum to Jean Landrum, Gardnersville Road property, $192,400
    (Sole Ownership-Cash Deed for Kentucky) Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Heather Ann Waymeyer, lot 22, Section 4 of Lemon-Northcutt Land Company Subdivision, $50,000
    Civil Suits
    Nov. 20:
    Tosha Nicole Holland vs. Jonathan Russell Holland, petition for dissolution of marriage
    Liberty Savings Bank vs. Tennison J. Spillman and Suzette Spillman, default of payment on note

  • For the Record 2-28-13



    Dec. 10:

    (General Warranty Deed) Paul E. Rodgers and R. Leslie Knight to Jerry Center and Robin Center, Greenville Road property, $348,800

    Dec. 11:

    (Commissioner’s Deed) Wells Fargo, James Douglas Coldiron, Julie Volker, Unknown defendant, spouse of James Douglas Coldiron and Unknown defendant, spouse of Julie Volker, by Edward M. Bourne, Master Commissioner to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, heathen Ridge Road property, $43,334

  • Indictments 2-21-13


    The grand jury, which met Feb. 13, returned indictments against 11 people. 

    The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent unless proven guilty. 

    Those indicted were: 

    • Dustin M. Franks, 20, possession of a controlled substance in the first degree first offense, receiving stolen property with a value over $500 but less than $10,000, possession of drug paraphernalia first offense and being a persistent felony offender.


    Civil Suits
    Nov. 16:


    Nov. 13:
    (Warranty Deed) The Bank of Kentucky, Inc. to Thomas L. Krallman and Anne M. Krallman, Cynthiana Street property, $129,000
    (General Warranty Deed) Kurt M. Goetsch and Robin A. Goetsch to Ruth A. Clayton and Derrick E. Clayton, lot 21 of Silver Ridge Estates, $208,000
    Nov. 14:
    (General Warranty Deed) Paula D. Allen to David J. Dedden and Kimberly Dedden, Rainbow Drive property, $59,000


    Nov. 1:
    Molly K. Seifert to Sean Ingrassellino, Jonesville Road property, $136,500
    Nov. 2:
    (General Warranty Deed) Richard Lenaghan to Richard Lenaghan, Napoleon Zion Station property, $655,000
    (General Warranty Deed) Richard Lenaghan to Lenaghan Farms, LLC, Napoleon Zion Station property, $655,000


    Property Transfers
    Sept. 28:
    (General Warranty Deed) Timothy W. Humphrey and Teresa D. Humphrey to Lois E. Jones, Taft Highway property, $109,900
    Charles Scroggin, trustee of trust A of the Frederick R. Scroggin and Marilyn Jane Scroggin Revocable Living Trust, to Michael D. Willoby and Marylee L. Willoby, trustees of the Michael D. Willoby Revocable Trust, lot 2 of North Hills Subdivision, $180,000
    Oct. 1:


    Civil Suits
    Aug. 24:
    Midland Funding, LLC vs. Brandon Chapman, default of payment on note
    CACH, LLC vs. Cara T. Wills and Travis W. Wills, default of payment on note
    Credit Acceptance
    Corporation vs. Harry Whaley, default of payment on note
    Aug. 27:
    Springleaf Financial Services of America, Inc. vs. Jason A. O’Hara, default of payment on note
    Truckers’ 1st Financial, LLC vs. Terrance L. Brewer, default of payment on note