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Courts

  • Property Transfers: April 25, 2014

    ames C. Cotton, et al., to Dorothy Porter, et al, real estate in Nelson County, $6,000.

    James C. Cotton, et al., to Dorothy Porter, et al, real estate in Nelson County, $6,000.

    Brennan and Erica Hresty to Devona and Glen Heath, all of Cox’s Creek, real estate in Nelson County, $155,900.

    Jim and Betty DeHart to Harlin Farmer andLacey Harrell, all of Bloomfield, real estate in Nelson County, $135,000.

    Master Commissioner’s Deed-Kentucky Housing Corporation vs Rhonda and Kevin Tapp, real estate in Nelson County, $30,100.

  • Zoning Compliance: April 25, 2014

    Zoning compliance permits for weeks of April 7 and 14

    Kandice Walton, 317 Raspberry Alley, demolition

    Bardstown High School Board of Education, 400 N. Fifth St., commercial accessory.

    Bardstown Properties, LLC, 107 Angela Drive, single family addition

    Virginia Head, 107 South Sitka St., accessory.

    Jerry Simpson, 115 Madison Ave., accessory.

    Susan Marksbury Hall, 421 Plum Run Road, accessory.

    David and Gail Hall, Templin Ave. (KY 1430), single family dwelling.

  • Man pleads guilty to 2000 nursing home rape, burglary

    A Bardstown man has pleaded guilty to a rape and burglary that occurred over a decade ago at a nursing home in Nelson County.

    A week before his case was scheduled to go to trial, Michael J. Marino accepted a plea agreement in which he pleaded guilty to first-degree rape and first-degree burglary.

    Marino was sentenced to 15 years in prison, according Nelson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Terry Geoghegan. Marino will be eligible for parole after serving 85 percent of his sentence. He will also be required to register as a sex offender.

  • Three indicted in connection to incident on Atlantic Court

    Three people have been indicted in connection to shots fired on Atlantic Court last month that police suspect was the result of a drug deal gone bad.

    Chris­to­pher Scott Sheckles, 34, Craig Yo­lando Mont­­go­me­ry and Willa Marie Stivers, both 37, were indicted on a multitude of felony and misdemeanor charges Wednesday by a Nelson County grand jury.

  • Nelson Circuit Court sentencings

    The following people were sentenced recently in Nelson Circuit Court on April 3 All had previously entered a plea of guilty or had been found guilty during a criminal trial.

  • Public Record-Citations-April 11

    Terry O’Bryan, 1971, improper equipment, $173.

    Alexander Spencer, 1986, speed, $163.

    Robert Zoglmann, 1945, speed, $163.

    Travis White, 1987, speed, $163.

    Earl Farris Jr., 1960, no insurance, $643 plus 90 days/90 days suspended.

    Jerry Robinson, 1969, improper equipment, $181.

    Michelle Wiles, 1987, improper equipment, $171.

    Robert Rowlett, 1992, improper equipment, $173.

    Glenn Goodsell, 1968, speed, $163.

    Randy Thornsberry, 1961, part 396, federal safety regulations, $168.

  • Public Record-Driver's Licenses-April 11

    The following received a driver’s license in March 2014:

    Dylan Barnes-Moran, Dalton Seely, Cameron Morgeson, Ricardo Gindoy, Mackenzie Lynch, Taylor Martin, Christpher Kennedy, Colton Mattingly, Sierra Ferguson, Brittany Ballard, Jason Amburgy, David Downs, Ethan Boone, Tyler Wilkerson, Hallie Mattingly, Alexandra Jackson, Jordan Downs,Whitney Seward, Ayla Duggar, Samantha Rummage, Jessica Benbow, Katrina Boone, Timothy Marshall, Adam Hicks,

  • Public Record-Zoning Permits, April 11

    Zoning Compliance Permits for week of March 24 and 31

    First Financial Group, Lincoln Way, commercial structure,

    Glenna Simpson, 510 Old Tunnel Mill Road, agricultural structure.

    Roger Carey, 104 Abbey Ridge , single-family dwelling.

    Thomas D and Patti Clark, 102 Ivy Ave., accessory.

    Philip H. Bischoff, Nelsonville Road (KY 52), agricultural structure.

    David Reed, 298 J. T. Riggs Road, accessory.

    Joe and Julie Smith, 8545 Bloomfield Road, accessory.

  • Nelson Circuit Court sentencings

    The following people were sentenced recently in Nelson Circuit Court on March 20. All had previously entered a plea of guilty or had been found guilty during a criminal trial.

    • Michael Cory Durbin, 22, of Bardstown, was granted a five-year, supervised pretrial diversion for complicity to receiving stolen property. Conditions of the diversion include paying a yet to be determined amount of restitution to the Bardstown Rotary Club. Between Oct. 28, 2013 and Oct. 31, 2013, Durbin received 200 pairs of shoes stolen from the club.

  • Satterly arraigned on prescription fraud

    Former Bardstown Police Officer Tony Satterly was arraigned on several counts of prescription fraud in Nelson County circuit court Thursday.

    A pretrial conference has been scheduled for May 30. A jury trial is scheduled for June 9.

    Judge John David Seay set a $9,500 unsecured bond for Satterly’s case.