Randal Lee Long, 27, 301 Oakview, second-degree fleeing or evading police, 365 days, probated two years; DUI, $200 fine, $375 fee, license suspended 30 days; second-degree possession of controlled substance, 365 days, probated two years.
Shaun Wilder, 46, Crab Orchard, theft by deception less than $500, restitution and fees.
Daniel Wilkerson, 35, Hustonville, theft by unlawful taking, dismissed; harassment, 30 days, probated two years.
Rex Allen Nicholas, DUI, second offense, $350 fine, $375 fee, seven days, license and plate suspended 12 months.
Clay Short, 40, 1400 Goshen Road, hunting without land owner's consent, amended to third-degree criminal trespassing, $100.
James W. Grundy, Somerset, theft by unlawful taking, $200, 40 days, to serve 10 days, remaining time probated two years.
Cases referred to the Lincoln County grand jury recently include:
Jasper McCann, 28, Waynesburg, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, sent to grand jury; and possession of marijuana, continued.
Charles A. Pelley, 38, Crab Orchard, first-degree assault.
Civil judgments handed down in Lincoln Circuit Court include:
Countrywide Home Loans Servicing vs. Joshua David Hendrix and Robin Hendrix, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
BAC Home Loans Servicing vs. George Roger Hubbard, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
BAC Home Loans Servicing vs. Troy Cain and Georgeanna Cain, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
U.S. Bank vs. Kristin Gullett Johnson and Keith Andrew Johnson, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
Bank of America vs. Kenneth R. Sperry and Rhonda J. Sperry, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
Chase Home Finance LLC vs. Sheila Walls, order to reschedule master commissioner sale.
Portfolio Recovery Associates vs. Thomas W. Mitchell, default judgment for plaintiff, $8,816 plus interest and fees.
Kentucky Housing Corp. vs. Andrew York, order withdrawing master commissioner sale.
Public Record for December 18
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