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Courts

  • Public record: Property transfers

    Anthony and Judy Mattingly, Bardstown, to Steve and Patricia J. Mattingly, New Haven, real estate in Nelson County, $85,000.

    Mary Alice Curtsinger, Bardstown, to Delmar and Patricia Wash, Elizabethtown, real estate in Nelson County, $53,000.

    Quitclaim-Mary M. Rogers to Mary M. and Joseph R. Rogers, Cox’s Creek, real estate in Nelson County, $1.

    Quitclaim-Jennifer Lynn Blair to Derrick Lynn Blair, Bloomfield, real estate in Nelson County.

  • Public record: Zoning compliance

    The Joint City-County Planning Commission has issued the following zoning compliance permits:

    Week of Nov. 8 2010:

    Keith Willett, 5431 New Haven Road, New Haven, accessory.

    Lee Hall, 2297 Lutheran Church Road, accessory.

    Billy Wimsett, 103 Delaware Court, single family.

    David Greenwell, 395 Wilkerson Road, Bloomfield, agricultural structure.

    TCO Construction, LLC, 112 Chattanooga Drive, Cox’s Creek, single family.

    TCO Construction, LLC, 191 Peabody Loop, Cox’s Creek, single family.

  • Nelson Circuit Court Sentencings, Nov. 18, 2010

    The following people were sentenced recently in Nelson Circuit Court. All had previously entered a plea of guilty or had been found guilty during a criminal trial. Unless otherwise stated, all jail sentences are served concurrently.

  • Investigation into shooting convicts two on meth charges

    A shooting that occurred in June at a Nelson County residence near the Hardin County line has resulted in the sentencing of two individuals to 20 years in jail for manufacturing methamphetamine.

    Geri Ann Goodlett, 46, Bloomfield, and William Chad Jackson, 24, Bloomfield, pleaded guilty to the charges stemming from the incident and were sentenced Nov. 18. Commonwealth Attorney Terry Geoghegan said the lengthy prison sentences represent the state’s intention to crack down on meth offenders.  

  • Bardstown residents indicted for child abuse

    Two Bardstown residents are being accused of allegedly torturing and inflicting cruel punishment on a child 12 years old or younger.

    Qulandra J. Turner, 28, and Ronald Edward Bradley Jr., 30, were indicted Nov. 17 in Nelson Circuit Court on two counts of first-degree criminal abuse and two counts of complicity to the same. The indictment alleges the incidents occurred sometime between Sept. 15 and Sept. 28.

  • Nelson Circuit Court Sentencings

    The following people were sentenced recently in Nelson Circuit Court. All had previously entered a plea of guilty or had been found guilty during a criminal trial. Unless otherwise stated, all jail sentences are served concurrently.

     

  • Public Record

    ZONING PERMITS

    The Joint City-County Planning Commission has issued the following zoning compliance permits:

    Week of Oct. 25, 2010:

    Michael Stephenson, 3609 Donna Way, accessory addition.

    David and Lisa Woford, 3635 Springfield Road, Bloomfield, manufactured home (single-wide).

    Riggs Homes, 1012 Mallards Cove, single family.

    Riggs Homes, Lot No. 4, Mallards Cove, single family.

    Gary Boblitt, Woodlawn Road, single family.

    Pat Moore, 134 Creekside Drive, Cox’s Creek, single family addition.

  • Three charged with sex crimes against a minor

    Three Kentucky residents were indicted Thursday in Nelson Circuit Court for a series of sex crimes against a victim younger than 12.

    One set of indictments charges Charles Frank Michael, 28, Louisville, and Joy Quinn Michael, 27, Bardstown, with two counts of first-degree sodomy and complicity to the same, incest and complicity to the same, first-degree sexual abuse and complicity, and one count of first-degree criminal abuse.

  • Theft of vacuum cleaner sucks two men into jail

    Two alleged thieves have been swept up in the Nelson Circuit Court indictments for attempting to steal a vacuum cleaner from Wal-Mart.

    According to Bardstown Police Department Detective Lynn Davis, John Wesley Jackson, 40, Bardstown and Michael R. Price, 42, Bardstown, were working together Oct. 7 to steal a vacuum cleaner from the retailer when they were discovered by store security.

    They had successfully removed the household cleaning item from its box when Wal-Mart staff confronted them — but the pair had no intention of being caught. 

  • Trial on drug charges nets man 20-year sentence

    Despite efforts by the defendant to question the validity of a search warrant, a jury has sentenced a Bardstown man to 20 years behind bars after finding him guilty on drug trafficking charges.

    According to the Nelson Circuit Court final judgment of conviction, William Louis Rogers Jr., 34, was found guilty Sept. 23 and sentenced Oct. 21 on two counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (cocaine, second offense) and one count each of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and first-degree persistent felony offender.