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NOVEMBER 26 (THANKSGIVING DAY) 2015
BLAINE VFD, FORESTRY OFFICIALS BATTLE BLAZES
Three large brush fires totaling a several dozen acre area was reported early Wednesday evening through parts of Lawrence and Elliott counties.
According to the Lawrence County Emergency Management agency, just shortly after 2 P.M. the Blaine Fire Department received the reporting of three large fires along 5500 block area of Cains Creek Road in the Blaine area of Lawrence County, with the fires stretching into Elliott County.
The Blaine Fire Department began combating the triple fire scenes; shortly thereafter, the Kentucky Division of Forestry arrived on the scene to assist in suppressing the flames, along with Lawrence County Emergency Management.for further help.
Lawrence County Emergency Management reported that all three brush fire were fully contained and extinguished shortly before 7 P.M. Wednesday evening.
NOVEMBER 9, 2015
Oct. 29 - Nov. 6, 2015
Eric Tyler Ward, 25, Louisa, KY, was arrested Oct. 29 on Cottonwood Road, 5 miles north of Louisa, and charged with Driving on DUI Suspended License.
According to the police report, Deputy Mack Wilhite responded to the Chapel Road area in reference to a suspicious vehicle in the area matching the description of the a Honda vehicle. When the officer arrived, he observed the vehicle on Five Forks Road and turn into Cottonwood Road. Upon contact with the vehicle, Ward was operating vehicle on DUI suspended license.
James Roy Arthur, 44, Charleston, WV, was arrested Oct. 29 on Misty Lane, 9 miles south of Louisa, and served an arrest warrant for Assault 4th Degree in a prior case. Arresting officer, Deputy Dwayne Bowen.
Lavonda S. Vanhorn, 51, Ulysses, KY, was arrested Nov. 3 on Old U.S Rt. 23, 13 miles south of Louisa, and charged with Receiving Stolen Property over $500 but less than $10,000.
According to the police report, Vanhorn was involved with disposing of moveable property, knowing it was stolen or having reason to believe that it had been stolen. Arresting officer, Deputy Mack Wilhite.
Patricia Bowen, 39, Inez, KY, was arrested Nov. 3 on Newberry St, 19 miles south of Louisa, and charged with Receiving Stolen Property over $500 but under $10,000.
According to the police report, Bowen was involved in disposing of property that was stolen or believed to be stolen. In a separate citation, Bowen was charged with Theft by Deception Including Cold Checks under $500. Police report states that subject was involved with disposing of moveable property knowing it was stolen or having reason to believe it had been stolen. Bowen was also charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition Shoplifting. Arresting officer, Deputy Mack Wilhite.
Thomas G. Dalton, 33, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 3 at the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office, and charged with Possession of Controlled Substance 2nd Degree.
According to the police report, Dalton turned himself in. Arresting officer, Deputy Mack Whilhite. In a separate citation, Dalton was also charged with Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession and Disorderly Conduct 2nd Degree.
Troy E. Miller, 31, Louisa, KY, was arrested on Rt. 2565 in the city limits of Louisa, and charged with Public Intoxication Controlled Substance.
According to the police report, Miller was in a vehicle with an intoxicated driver, was unsteady on his feet and could barely hold his head up. He was manifestly under the influence, in a condition so that the officer was concerned for his safety if left alone. Arresting officer, Deputy Dwayne Bowen.
Joe D. Hamilton, 52, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 7, on Hwy 3 South, 1.6 miles south of Louisa and charged with Operating Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, Perscription Controlled Substance Not in Originial Container, Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree, and Resisting Arrest.
According to the police report, Deputy Mark Wheeler observed subject's vehicle traveling south on S Hwy 3, vehicle crossed into oncoming lane multiple times and continued weaving. He traveled 3/4 mile while officer had emergency lights and siren activated. Upon contact, subject was extremely lethargic, could hardly stand, and had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage on his person. Hamilton advised that he had drank several at a bar. He was unable to perform a standard sobriety test. During search, a 1/2 Watson 853 Schedule II was found in cellophane in subject's right shirt pocket. Once at TRMC, subject became non-compliant and had to be removed from cruiser to continue arrest and treatment.
Katelyn D. Miller, 27, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 6 on Rt. 2565, .1 mile south of Louisa, and charged with Careless Driving, Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs or Aggravated Circumstance, and Operating on Suspended License.
According to police report, Deputy Mason Keefer received a complaint that the above subject was intoxicated and driving. Subject's vehicle was observed traveling north on 2565. Vehicle was all over the road and crossing lines. Upon contact with Katelyn, officer stated she had red, glassy eyes and slurred speech. She admitted to taking Perscription medication and smoking pot. KSP advised subject's license was suspended.
NOVEMBER 9, 2015
Call to order.
Pledge of allegiance and Prayer.
Approve minutes for October 13, 2015.
Performance contract-Greg Copley, UK Applied Energy Research