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Courts

  • Murder trial delayed for suspect in New Haven stabbing

    The trial for David Jerome Willett, suspected in the stabbing death of Eric Douglas Stallard in New Haven last December, has been delayed a second time.

    Willett, 27, New Hope, stands accused of stabbing 39-year-old Stallard, New Haven, in an apartment at 107 Locust St. in New Haven the evening of Dec. 2, 2010. At the time, police reported that an argument about who Stallard was dating escalated into violence. Stallard was reportedly killed with a 7-inch lockblade.

  • Public Record-Oct. 14, 2011-Driver's licenses

    The following passed the road test and received a full unrestricted license Sept. 19, 20, 26, 27, Oct. 3, 4, 2011:
    Jacob N. Browning, Michael D. Hutchins, Jacob A. Rogers, David C. Ralston, Katie M. Bruner.
    The following passed the road test and received an intermediate license Sept. 19, 20, 26, 27, Oct. 3, 4, 2011:

  • Public Record-Oct. 14-Divorces

    Roosevelt Harris Malone, 46; Sheila Yvette Jones, 44, divorce final Aug. 17.
    Kevin Dale Mattingly, 35; Jenny Redmon Hundley, 34, divorce final Aug. 17.
    Michael C. Flaherty, 29, Amanda L. Flaherty, 29, divorce final Aug. 18.
    James Michael Vittitoe, 35; Jeanie Marie Vittitoe, 28, divorce final Aug. 18 (maiden name restored).
    Michael David Bachman, 46; Lucia Therese Muniz, 56, divorce final Aug. 18 (maiden name restored).
    James Thomas Lucas, 35; Dottie Suzanne McGee, 36, divorce final Aug. 19 (maiden name restored).

  • Public Record-Oct. 14-Marriages Licenses

    Emily Michelle Floyd, 26, Bardstown, student; Jerod Lee Spalding, 28, Bardstown, press supervisor.
    Kathy Darlene Bratcher, 55, Morgantown, retired; Marvin Dean Saunders, 50, Cox’s Creek, Ford Motors.
    Ashley Marie Chasteen, 23, Bardstown, senior shipping clerk; Christopher Michael Gilpin, 24, Bardstown, unemployed.
    Erica Leigh Graves, 20, Bloomfield, office coordinator; David Christopher Montgomery, 26, Bloomfield, team leader.
    Mary Lou Beam, 46, Bardstown, healthcare; Gerald Wayne Cummings, 57, Bardstown, Dan’s TV.

  • Public Record-Oct. 14, 2011-Citations

    Shannon N. Bruno, 1990, speed, $163.
    Robert C. Weir, 1994, no seat belt, $25.
    Jack D. Harvey, 1974, no insurance, improper equipment, $663.
    Brandy J. Taylor, 1979, speed, $163.
    Michael L. Bivens, 1957, careless driving, $163.
    John W. Miller, 1969, speed, $171.
    Megan A. Nall, 1991, speed, $143 plus state traffic school.
    Courtney J. Bowling, 1987, no seat belt, $25.
    Carlos E. Bryan, 1963, no seat belt, $25.
    Kevin T. Fenwick, 1992, vehicle a nuisance, noisy, $163.
    Joseph L. Hayden, 1955, speed, $173.

  • Public Record-Oct. 14, 2011-Transfers

    Bluegrass Home Builders Inc., New Haven, to Teresa D. Newton, Bardstown, Lot 39C Miller Springs Townhouses & Amended Miller Springs Estates, $109,900.
    The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Atlanta, to Alician Allen, Bardstown, real estate in Nelson County, $46,000.
    Phillip Gaffney, Bloomfield, to Benjamin D. and Jennifer Dentinger, Louisville, real estate in Nelson County, $33,000.
    David Brent and Kathy Christine Ballard, Loretto, to David Brent and Kathy Christine Ballard, real estate in Nelson County, $1.

  • Public Record-Zoning Compliance-Oct. 14, 2011

    The Joint City-County Planning Commission has issued the following zoning compliance permits:
    Week of Sept. 26, 2011:
    Bypass Properties, 961 Bloomfield Road, commercial alteration.
    David Monin, 5890 New Shepherdsville Road, Cox’s Creek, agricultural structure.
    Daniel Hall, 314 Piper Drive, accessory.
    Lon and Diane Wise, Pinkston Lane, agricultural structure.
    Helen Thompson Halk, 4460 New Shepherdsville Road, accessory.
    David and Marsha Bryan, 5941 New Haven Road, accessory.

  • 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.

  • 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 Oct. 20.

  • Two indicted for marijuana cultivation

    Two Nelson County men who were cited in September for allegedly cultivating marijuana in separate incidents were indicted in Nelson Circuit Court Wednesday.

    Bardstown Police reported they discovered 28 marijuana plants at the Springhill Drive residence of Sean Davis Carney, 40, Bardstown, on Sept. 19. Two days later, in an unrelated case, police allegedly found 65 marijuana plants in an outbuilding behind the Hugh Ice Loop residence of Michael L. Wheatley, 41, Bardstown.