Boyle County court records, Oct. 19

Published 11:30 am Tuesday, October 19, 2021

DISTRICT COURT

Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases.

• Christopher Devine: fourth-degree assault domestic violence minor injury, 365 days, credit for 44 days served, probated two years, no contact with victim. Third-degree criminal trespassing, dismissed.

• Jeffery D. Cutter, Jr.: fourth-degree assault no visible injury, 30 days, credit for 30 days served.

• Akili O. Simpson: disregarding stop sign, dismissed; trafficking in marijuana, less than 8 ounces, 30 days, credit for two days served, 28 days remaining, probated one year.

• Robert E. Peavyhouse: public alcohol intoxication, first and second offense, $25.

• John W. Hoose: public intoxication, controlled substance (excludes alcohol), 14 days, credit for five days served, nine days remaining.

• Charles L. Julian II: public alcohol intoxication, third or subsequent offense, 30 days, credit for four days served, 26 days remaining.

• Nicholas W. Wisecarver: failure to or improper signal, dismissed; operating on suspended/revoked license, 14 days; no/expired registration plates, dismissed; failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, second or subsequent offense, 14 days, possession of marijuana, 14 days, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, dismissed; contempt of court, 14 days all concurrent to serve. Failure to produce insurance card, dismissed; operating on suspended/revoked license, dismissed; no/expired registration plates, dismissed; no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, dismissed; contempt of court, dismissed.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS

Civil judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

• Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company (A/S/O Christy D. Martinez) vs. Emily A. Kirby: judgment agreed, plaintiff shall recover from defendant $10,787.01, plus court costs $472.33.

• Amanda Saylor vs. Jeffrey Adams: divorce granted.

• Ford Motor Credit Company, LLC, vs. Mark Naylor: default judgement for plaintiff, plaintiff to recover $17,617.22 from defendant, plus interest at rate of 6.94% per annum from judgment plus additional costs and fees.

• Melissa Sanford and Jeffrey Sanford: divorce granted.

• Discover Bank vs. Sharon S. McWilliams: default judgment for plaintiff, $7,021.33 plus court costs in amount of $291, plus additional costs which may issue hereafter.

• Tabitha G. Davis vs. Johnny M. Davis: divorce granted.

• First National Bank of Omaha vs. William R. Humfleet: agreed judgment.

• Discover Bank vs. Sharon McWilliams: default judgment for plaintiff, $21,017.64, less credits to date of $0, current court costs $301.89.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS

Criminal judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

• Matthew Ellis: trafficking in controlled substance, second offense (carfentanil or fentanyl derivatives) amended to first-degree possession of unspecified drug, one year incarcerated; failure to or improper signal, fines assessed.

• Stephanie Mullins: first-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance amended to second-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance, incarcerated six months, suspended six months, one year state-supervised probation; buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, incarcerated six days, suspended six days, one year state-supervised probation, concurrent.

• William Sharp: first-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance amended to second-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance, incarcerated 60 days, suspended 60 days, two years state-supervised probation, concurrent; operating on suspended/revoked operators license, incarcerated 60 days, suspended 60 days, two years state-supervised probation, concurrent.

• Jessica Barnett: third-degree burglary amended to first-degree criminal trespass, incarcerated 12 months consecutive with two Mercer County cases and concurrent with all other Boyle County cases; first-degree criminal mischief amended to second-degree criminal mischief, incarcerated 12 months. Second-degree escape, identify facility, incarcerated 12 months, consecutive with two Mercer County cases and concurrent with all other Boyle County and Mercer County cases.

• Megan Locker: first-degree complicity in robbery amended to second-degree facilitation in robbery, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent with all other sentences. First-degree possession of controlled substance meth, incarcerated one year, suspended one year, one year state-supervised probation. First-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance amended to second-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent with all other sentences.

• Jacob Camfield: complicity in theft by unlawful taking in value between $10,000 and $1,000,000 amended to complicity in theft by unlawful taking in value between $500 and $10,000, incarcerated two years and six months, suspended two years and six months, two years state-supervised probation; complicity in theft by unlawful taking in value or disp. auto between $500 and $10,000 amended to complicity in theft by unlawful taking in value between $500 and $10,000, incarcerated two years and six months, suspended two years and six months, five years state-supervised probation, concurrent.

• Thomas Carpenter: third-degree burglary, incarcerated one year, concurrent with all other felony sentences; theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting in value between $500 and $10,000, incarcerated one year, concurrent.

• Stephanie Mullins: first-degree bail jumping, incarcerated one year and six months, suspended one year and six months; one year and six months state-supervised probation.

• Robert Turpin: first-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance amended to second-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance, incarcerated three months, suspended three months, three months state-supervised probation.

• James Stamper: first-degree strangulation amended to second-degree strangulation, incarcerated two years and six months, suspended two years and six months; fourth-degree assault, domestic violence, minor injury amended to fourth-degree assault, domestic violence, minor injury, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent; third-degree terroristic threatening, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent.

• Faith Taylor: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth amended to second-degree possession of unspecified controlled substance, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent with one other case; buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent; operating on suspended/revoked operators license, incarcerated 30 days; failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security, incarcerated 30 days. First-degree bail jumping, incarcerated one year.

• James Boyd: first-degree strangulation amended to second-degree strangulation, incarcerated two days, concurrent; fourth-degree assault (domestic), third or subsequent offense within five years, incarcerated two years.

• Cedric Thompson: first-degree promoting contraband amended to second-degree promoting contraband, incarcerated 12 months, concurrent with all other time/sentences.