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Circuit Court Action for November 14

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It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "Circuit Court Action" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.

Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly's Oct. 22 Docket:

• Anthony Martell, 19, of 4940 Saint Rose Road in Lebanon, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking more than $500, granted two-year pretrial diversion, to be sentenced to serve three years in prison if fails terms, ordered to pay $2,374 in restitution with co-defendant, case set for final disposition Oct. 20, 2015.

• Brandon Morgan, 26, of 25 Short St. in Russell Springs, pretrial diversion granted after pleading guilty in July 2011 to flagrant nonsupport revoked for failing to make payments, sentenced to serve three years in prison at the same as a sentence in a Russell County case.

• Velvet Mandrell Smith, 32, of 72 Anna Court in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to theft of services, amended down from fraudulent use of an identification card or electronic code for benefits, sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to pay $500 fine and $96.88 in restitution.

Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly's Nov. 5 Docket:

• Cody Burton, 21, of 1564 Miller Road in Greensburg, sentenced to five years probation on charge of flagrant nonsupport pleaded guilty to on Oct. 1.

• Debra L. Elliott, 26, of 101 Sunset Dr. in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment, amended to first-degree criminal abuse of a child younger than 12, granted five-year pretrial diversion, to be sentenced to serve five years in prison if fails terms, ordered to not have contact with victim, unless authorized by officials, and to pay $1,000 fine, final disposition set for Nov. 6, 2018.

• Derrick English, 39, of 81 Anna Court in Campbellsville, sentenced to serve five years in prison and serve 120 days in jail as an alternative sentence on charge of second-degree robbery pleaded guilty to on Oct. 1.

• Kevin Wayne Herbig, 40, of 3192 Old Lebanon Road in Campbellsville, granted shock probation after being sentenced to serve five years in prison on Sept. 3 for pleading guilty to making false statement to obtain an increase of more than $100 in benefits, sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to pay $1,581 in restitution.

• Justin S. Homeister, 24, of 1031 Everett Ave. in Louisville, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking less than $500, amended down from theft by unlawful taking more than $500, sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to serve $946 in restitution to Walmart and a $500 fine; charge of being a second-degree persistent felony offender dismissed.

• Roy Hershal Wooley Jr., 43, of 336 Spears Road in Campbellsville, completed terms of five-year pretrial diversion granted on Nov. 10, 2008, after pleading guilty, charge of criminal possession of a forged prescription dismissed.

• Joshua Watson, 30, of 102 Windsor Court in Campbellsville, sentenced to serve remainder of two-year prison sentence on charge of selling 8 ounces to less than 5 pounds of marijuana pleaded guilty to in October 2012, original two-year probation sentence revoked for being charge with other drug and felony crimes and testing positive for using drugs.

• Dominick Vanirvin, 23, of 710 High Pine in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to receiving less than $10,000 in stolen property, sentenced to serve two years in prison to be served at the same time as sentences in other Taylor County cases and ordered to pay $1,000 fine.

• Juan G. Juarez, 23, of 102 Anna Court in Campbellsville, charge of second-degree assault dismissed.

• Ronnie S. Pittman, 32, of 4773 Stoner Creek Road in Elk Horn, pleaded guilty to possession of drug supplies, sentenced to two years' probation; prosecution of charge of first-degree possession of a controlled substance deferred for two years, ordered to obtain GED, abide by a curfew, maintain employment and abide by terms set by pretrial services staff members.