Alexander Gomez, 20, 830 Ky. 590, violation of protective order, 60 days, probated two years.
Nicholas B. Goode, 31, Junction City, theft by unlawful taking, $100, 30 days, probated one year.
Lisha Hampton, 51, Danville, DUI, third offense, amended to reckless driving, $100; two counts of theft by unlawful taking, one count merged and one count given 90 days; third-degree criminal trespassing, 90 days; three counts of third-degree criminal mischief, two counts merged and one count given 90 days; two counts of receiving stolen property less than $500, one count merged and one count given 90 days, all time, concurrently, to serve 10 days, remaining time probated two years, restitution reserved.
Bobby D. Johnson, Danville, four counts of theft by deception less than $500, fees and restitution of $20, $22, $23.43 and $20.
Cases referred to the Lincoln County grand jury recently include:
Brittany S. Payne, 23, Crab Orchard, manufacturing methamphetamine, unlawful possession of meth precursor and first-degree wanton endangerment.
Civil judgments handed down in Lincoln Circuit Court include:
William E. Martin III vs. Amanda L. Martin, divorce granted.
Kentucky Housing Corp. vs. heirs of Genora Bowles, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $108,053 plus interest and fees.
Kentucky Housing Corp. vs. Jeff Abshear and Rebecca Abshear, judgment for plaintiff and order of sale, $106,514 plus interest and fees.
Members Heritage Federal Credit Union vs. Jerry M. Barnett and Angela Wethington, default judgment for plaintiff, $7,413 plus interest and fees.
Members Heritage Federal Credit Union vs. Christy Rico and Mario Rico, default judgment for plaintiff, $14,393 plus interest and fees.
Freddie Dean York vs. Lisa Gayle York, divorce granted.
Criminal judgments handed down in Lincoln Circuit Court include:
Erin R. Wells, order revoking probation.
Marion Norris, 55, 1390 Ky. 698, two counts of receiving stolen property less than $10,000, one count dismissed and one count given two years, suspended two years, three years probation.
Public Record for March 31, 2013
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