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Courts

  • Men receive five-year jail sentence for theft, high-speed chase

    Two Nelson County men who led sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase in May received five-year jail sentences Dec. 2 after pleading guilty to charges of burglary and theft.

    John Hall, 21, Bloomfield, and Steven Tyler Wells, 19, Cox’s Creek, were responsible for the theft of two lawnmowers and a trailer from William “Junior” Dugan May 10. Shortly after the theft was reported, an employee of Dugan’s spotted Hall and Wells at a gas station in a pickup truck hauling the stolen goods.

  • Correction

    An article in the Dec. 10 edition of The Kentucky Standard incorrectly listed the charges filed against Stephen Austin Howard and Maurice Greenwell in connection with the murder of Donald Marshall.

    Howard and Greenwell were not indicted for cultivation of marijuana.

    The Kentucky Standard regrets the error and any confusion it may have caused.

  • Case against Marshall murder suspects dismissed

    The case against Kenneth C. Mattingly, Stephen Austin Howard and Maurice Greenwell for the 2009 murder of Donald Marshall has been dismissed, but it will be reinstated at a later date pending the federal drug and gun trial of witness Nevelle L. Thompson.

  • Man convicted of Bardstown man’s 1991 murder may finally be re-sentenced
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  • Public Record: Marriages

    Geneva Juanita Edlin, 38, Boston, receptionist; Richard Raymond Hultquist Jr., 47, Boston, Army.
    Theresa Fran Thomas, 23, Bardstown, waitress; Derek Evan Nally, 29, Bardstown, electrician.
    Diana Nicole Calhoun, 26, Bardstown, Chili’s; Paul Hamilton Cruey, 30, Bardstown, NPC.
    Lana Jean Highbaugh, 30, Bardstown, factory; Corey Joe Burnworth, 33, Bardstown, factory.
    Deborah Ann Corbett, 52, Bardstown, customer service; Joseph LeRoy Curtsinger, 60, Bardstown, farmer.

  • Citations

    Due to state guidelines, computer records no longer list dates of birth or addresses. In order to identify individuals, The Kentucky Standard will list the year of birth following the name.
    Jacquie Hutchins, birth year unknown, theft by deception, $1,312.82 plus 240 days/240 days suspended.
    Roger K. Smith, 1988, possession of marijuana, theft by unlawful taking, $178 plus 12 months/12 months suspended.
    Lamanauelle E. Fisher, 1983, theft by deception, $2,556.68 plus 365 days/365 days suspended.

  • Property Transfers

    Four D Inc., Bardstown, to T-CO Construction LLC, Bardstown, Lots 224R and 225R Copper Fields, Phase IV, $47,000.
    Quitclaim-Susan Danette Shofner Taylor, Campbellsville, to John B. Taylor, Bardstown, real estate in Nelson County,
    Mary Elizabeth Harrell to Jim Taylor, both of Bardstown, et al, real estate in Nelson County, $18,500.
    Jack and Lora Porter, Taylorsville, to Charles D. and Alletta M. Kessinger, Bloomfield, real estate in Nelson County, $118,500.

  • Zoning Compliance

    The Joint City-County Planning Commission has issued the following zoning compliance permits:
    Week of Nov. 15, 2010:
    Ballard Homes LLC, 114 Chattanooga Drive, Cox’s Creek, single family.
    Jerry and Terri Tucker, 2410 Balltown Road, accessory.
    American Fuji Seal, 1051 Bloomfield Road, industrial demolition.
    Ginn, Inc., 1101 Atkinson Hill Avenue, industrial alteration.
    Jim Jones, 9507 Bellwood Road, Boston, accessory addition.
    Jeffrey Loyless, 2531 Murray’s Run Road, accessory.

  • Case dismissed against three charged with 2009 murder

    The case against Kenneth C. Mattingly, Stephen Austin Howard and Maurice Greenwell for the 2009 murder of Donald Marshall has been dismissed, but the case will be reinstated at a later date pending the federal drug and gun trial of witness Nevelle Thompson.

    The decision to dismiss the trial was reached Tuesday afternoon at a pre-trial conference, according to Commonwealth Attorney Terry Geoghegan.

  • Nelson Circuit Court indictments

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

    The following people have been indicted by a Nelson County grand jury.  They are set for arraignment in Nelson Circuit Court Dec. 16.