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Circuit Court news for Oct. 28, 2017

The following criminal cases were resolved in Clark Circuit Court Oct. 18, 2017, with Judge William Clouse presiding.

— Tracy Louise Jackson, making false statement to receive benefits, pleaded guilty, recommended one year, sentencing Nov. 9.

— Tracy Louise Jackson, manufacturing methamphetamine, amended to possession, pleaded guilty, recommended three years; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, recommended three years concurrent, consecutive to previous case; possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, recommended 12 months concurrent; sentencing Nov. 9.

— Justin Todd Osborne, manufacturing methamphetamine, amended to possession, pleaded guilty, recommended three years; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, recommended three years concurrent; possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, recommended 12 months concurrent; sentencing Nov. 9.

— John Douglas Combs, manufacturing methamphetamine, amended to possession, pleaded guilty, recommended three years; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, recommended three years concurrent, consecutive to previous case; possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, recommended 12 months concurrent; contempt of court, dismissed; sentencing Nov. 9.

The following criminal cases were resolved in Clark District Court Oct. 19, 2017, with Judge William Clouse presiding.

— John Lukasavage, receiving stolen property, pleaded guilty, recommended six months; possession of simulated controlled substance, pleaded guilty, recommended six months concurrent; fraudulent use of ID card for benefits, pleaded guilty, recommended two years concurrent; first-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed; sentencing Nov. 9.

— Ashley Nicole Powell, second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, (six counts), pleaded guilty, recommended two years and one day concurrent, sentencing Nov. 9.

— Ashley Nicole Powell, receiving stolen property, pleaded guilty, recommended 180 days, concurrent with previous case fraudulent use of ID Card for benefits, pleaded guilty, recommended one year concurrent; sentencing Sept. 9.

— Daniel R. Townsend, flagrant non-support, pleaded guilty, recommended two years; second-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed; sentencing Nov. 9.

— Santana Townsend, second-degree burglary, pleaded guilty, recommended five years, sentencing Nov. 9.

— Chistopher Bates, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (two counts), pleaded guilty, sentenced to one year concurrent.

— Marcus Francis, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (two counts), pleaded guilty, sentenced to one years concurrent; first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, sentenced to five years concurrent.

— Terry Lee Tipton, probation violation, stipulated to violation, sentence imposed.

— Ashley Edwards, diversion completed, charges dismissed.

The following civil cases were filed recently in Clark Circuit Court.

— Jaime Lee Powell vs. Lloyd Wayne Powell, divorce.

— Barry Ford Henderson vs. Stacey Michelle Henderson, divorce.

— Gary Starnes vs. Shirley Revel, child custody action.

— Jacob Clayton Woosley vs. Savanna Renee Woosley, divorce.

— Robert E. Young vs. Jennifer R. Young, divorce.

— Chase Friel on behalf of Atlas Chase Friel vs. Guardian Angels Enterprise doing business as Lil’ Sprout Child Care and unknown defendant, personal injury.

— Tia Paige Myers vs. Randolph Duncan Whitley Jr., divorce.

— Enry Alejandro Perez-Garcia vs. Jennifer Ila Perez, divorce.

— Placido Hernandez Navarette vs. Leandra Lauren Hernandez, divorce.

— Tobey Ashley Akers vs. Sheila Diane Akers, divorce.

— Mikkel Halverson and Julie Halverson vs. Gencanna Global USA Inc. and Hemp Kentucky, seeking $123,000 plus interest for debt.

— Quicken Loans vs. Teresa Brown individually and as administratrix of Christopher S. Holland estate, Clark County, City of Winchester, Cecil Holland, Kentucky Department of Revenue, Kentucky Division of Unemployment Insurance and Tidewater Credit Services, foreclosure.

— Meghan Elizabeth Banks vs. Corey Ethan Tyler Cordial, divorce.

— Alpine Auto Finance vs. Bridgett M. Strange and Jacob L. Strange, seeking $6,367.35 plus interest for debt.

— Lexi Dawn Tubbs vs. Clark Regional Medical Center, medical malpractice.

— Capital One vs. Travis E. Walters, seeking $15,347.08 plus interest for debt.

— Adair Asset Management vs. Chester Lee King, Janet Kay King, Walter Thomas King, Clark County, Caroline Ranelee-Hope King and unknown spouse of Walter Thomas King, foreclosure.

— Kentucky Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance vs. Dakota K. Schmidt and Anna Hatcher, personal injury.