News of Record – December 8, 2021

Ownership transfers

Kirby Bennett and Deborah Bennett at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Right of way for the installation of a single-phase power line on Enlow Road.

Kirby Bennett and Deborah Bennett at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Priority access for the installation of a three-phase power line on Enlow and Dangerfield roads.

Kirby Bennett and Deborah Bennett at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Access to the right-of-way for the installation of an anchor wire and a guy wire and a single-phase power line on Dangerfield Road.

Jeffrey Thomas Zukowitz at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Access to the right-of-way for the installation of an anchor and a stay cable and an underground service on Dangerfield Road.

Jeffrey Thomas Zukowitz at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Right of way for the installation of a pole on Dangerfield Road.

Rhett Higgins and Kelsey Higgins at Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Access to the right-of-way for the installation of a three-phase overhead power line on Dangerfield Road.

Paul Joshua Pearman at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Priority access for the installation of a three-phase power line on Dangerfield Road.

Charles Shaun Henderson at the Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation. Priority access for the installation of an anchor and a guy wire on Dangerfield Road.

Prison diary

Reservations at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday November 26, 2021 to Friday December 3, 2021.

George Blanton, 60, of Hodgenville was arrested for operating with a suspended or revoked operator’s license. He was then released from LCDC.

Travis Lee Cain, 39, of Magnolia was convicted of missing taillights, improper equipment and driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He was then released from LCDC.

Annabelle Carlen, 37, of Buffalo, was convicted of speeding 17 mph over the limit and driving with a suspended DUI license. She was then released from LCDC.

Jason Lee Chelf, 46, of Hodgenville, was convicted of speeding 26 mph over the limit, reckless driving, fault or bad signal, driving a motor vehicle under the influence of a substance and not wearing a seat belt. He was then released from LCDC.

Amanda Duvall, 37, of Elizabethtown was convicted of communication harassment and failure to appear. She was then released from LCDC.

Joseph Michael Fowler, 30, of Bardstown was convicted of first degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and public intoxication of a controlled substance (other than alcohol). He remains housed at LLCM.

Pierce Joseph Horlander, 18, of Louisville was convicted of speeding 22 mph over the limit, driving a motor vehicle under the influence of a substance, possessing marijuana, buying or possessing drug paraphernalia, no tail lights, failure to produce an insurance card and reckless driving. He was then released from LCDC.

Amanda Johnson, 45, of Buffalo was convicted of a probation violation (technical violation). It remains housed at LLCM.

Sherry Lewis, 50, of Bardstown has been convicted of three counts of non-appearance. It remains housed at LLCM.

Haley Pamela Manska, 20, of Hodgenville, was convicted of failure to appear. She was then released from LCDC.

James Patmore, 54, from Upton was convicted of Fourth Degree Assault (Domestic Violence). He was then released from LCDC.

Ashley Shofner, 35, of Campbellsville was convicted of failure to appear. She was then released from LCDC.

Jonathon J. Underwood, 29, of Hodgenville was convicted of alcohol poisoning in a public place. He was then released from LCDC.

Zachary Michael Willour, 30, of New Jersey, was convicted of giving officer false credentials, failing to notify Department of Transportation of change of address, failure to register motor vehicle transfer , absence of rear lights, obstructed vision and / or windshield, operation on a suspended or revoked driver’s license, inappropriate equipment, non-wearing of seat belts, lack of registration receipt, lack of license plates, failure to show insurance card, owner’s failure to comply with required insurance and a fugitive.

Note: The above information includes a weekly list of reservations at the LaRue County Detention Center. Those listed in the newspaper were arrested and charged with a felony. All those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court.

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