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Lawrence County Sheriff's Arrest Report

Nov. 18, 2013



Patsy K. Mollett, 48, Blaine, KY, was arrested Nov.18, five miles west of Louisa on Hwy. 32 and charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs.   

According to the police report, Deputy Chuck Jackson responded to a call concerning a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, he asked subject what happened. Jakson said Mollett smelled of strong alcoholic beverage odor on her person. Her speech was slurred and her motor skills were slow and uncoordinated.  She advised Jackson that she had been drinking both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beer, and medication including Lorcet  and Valium.

Betty J. Pierce, 42, Inez, KY, was arrested Nov.15, twelve miles north of Louisa at 199 Hwy. 3399 and charged with Assault 4th Degree (domestic violence) Minor Injury.

According to the police report, Pierce was involved in an altercation with her boyfriend, Eugene Queen, who had a laceration across the right side of his face. He stated that Betty hit him with an ashtray. There was a broken glass ashtray on the bedroom floor. Both subjects were aggressive toward each other and intoxicated. Queen said they had been arguing with each other but it had not got physical until she hit him with the ashtray as he was trying to go to bed.  He also had blood on the left side of his face. Betty denied hitting him with the ashtray.  Both parties were arrested.

Eugene D. Queen, 48, Louisa, KY was arrested Nov. 15, twelve miles north of Louisa at 199 Hwy. 3399 and charged with  Assault 4th Degree (domestic violence) Minor Injury.  

According to the police report, Deputy Wilhite responded to a 911 call at the above address where subject was said to be being up his girlfriend.  Upon arrival, the girlfriend was at the neighbor's residence, and stated she had injuries to her eye, throat, and that her tooth was missing because subject had beaten her up. The girlfriend, Betty J. Pierce, did have visible injuries where described. Queen had visible injuries to his face and stated his girlfriend hit him in the face with an ashtray. Both subjects said they had been drinking.  They both refused medical treatment, and both were arrested.

Angela M. Frazier,39, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 14, two miles  north of Louisa at 549 Chapel Rd, and charged with Theft By Deception including cold checks under $500.  A bench warrant was served.

SteppSteppTonetta J. Stepp, 34, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 14, in Louisa at 310 E. Main St., and charged with No Registration Plates, No Registration  Receipt, No Insurance (OBS).  A bench warrant was served. On a separate citation, Stepp was charged with Theft By Unlawful Taking/Shoplifting.  A bench warrant was served for court.

John Daniels, 24, Paintsville, KY, was arrested Nov. 17, ten miles north of Louisa on U.S. 23, and charged with Careless Driving, Operating on Suspended/Revoked License, and Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs.  

According to the police report, Deputy  Keefer responded to a call that a vehicle matching that of the above subect's was being driven by an intoxicated driver. Deputy Keefer observed the vehicle traveling north bound on U.S. 23 swerving across the lanes.  Upon contact with the driver. Deputy Keefer stated the subject had slurred speech and constricted pupils. Subject failed sobriety test and refused urine test. Blood test pending.

Elua O. Smith, 48, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 16, six miles on PoorHouse Rd., and charged with Rear License Not Illuminated, and Operating Motor Vehicle  Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs.  

According to the police report, Deputy Keefer observed a vehicle traveling on Poor House Rd with license that was not illuminated.  Upon contact with driver, Deputy Keefer smelled alcohol on the subject .  Smith's eyes were red and glassy. He said he had drank beer. Subject failed sobriety test and declined independent blood test.

Randolph W. Pickard, 54, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 15, 13 miles south of Louisa, on Hwy. 1690, and charged with Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs and Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance.  

According to the police report, Deputy Keefer responded to a call that a vehicle wreck on Rt. 1690.  Upon arrival,  Deputy spoke to subject and asked if he was driving the vehicle, Pickard responded yes, that he hit an ice patch and lost control. Temperature was 45 degrees.  Subject smelled of alcohol, and his eyes were red and glassy.  He stated that he had a couple beers.  Subject wasn't able to perform all of sobriety test, and did not have insurance. He declined right to independent test.

Joseph C. Vanhoose, 29, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 15, inside the Sheriff's Office in Louisa and served an indictment on prior charge.

Brian A. Chapman, 23, Ulysses, KY, was arrested Nov. 15, inside the Sheriff's Office in Louisa, and served a bench warrant.  Home incarceration violation. No bail set.

Lawrence County Fiscal Court

Special Meeting

Agenda

November 25th, 2013

 

1.    Opening Prayer
2.    Pledge of Allegiance
3.    Call Meeting to Order
4.     Approve minutes of the October 25th, 2013 Special Meeting
5.    Approve Sheriff’s 2014 Budget
6.    Approve Sheriff’s Bonds
7.    Approve Sheriff’s State Advancement
8.    Approve Deputies Maximum Salary
9.    Approve Clerk’s 2014 Budget
10.    Set Salary Cap for Clerk’s Deputies
11.    Award bids for Ross Branch waterline project
12.    Adjourn

After the meeting the court will attend a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new recycle center (approximately 10:00 am) on Wal-Mart Rd across from the County Extension Office. The equipment and facilities can be viewed by the public. Here are the rules and times of operation for the center:

Lawrence County Sheriff's Arrest Report

Nov. 12, 2013

Lawrence Couny Sheriff Garrett Roberts released the following arrest report this week:



Bobby Berry, 43, Louisa, KY, was arrested Nov. 5 in Louisa on Madison St. and charged with three separate citations;  Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place 1st and 2nd Offense, and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle 1st Offense. 

A bench warrant was served for court.

Samuel David Collins Jr, 20, Martha, KY, was arrested Nov. 8, 32 miles west of Louisa at 3864 Hwy. 1715 and charged with Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place, Resisting Arrest, and Menacing.  

According Deputy Wilhite's report the officer responded to a call at the above address about subject being drunk and out of control.  Upon arrival Collins was in the driveway and was unsteady on his feet, smelled of alcohol and was a danger to himself and others.  Subject had slurred speech and was lethargic. Collins' mother stated to Deputy Wilhite that he was getting physical with her by the throat and she pushed him away.  She also said he hit his uncle in the mouth. Collins reportedly did not comply when Deputy Wilhite attempted to take him onto custody. He did not comply with verbal commands, and advised the deputy that he had a boot knife and would have to be shot to be arrested.  

Taser was deployed to gain compliance.

James E. Fields Jr, 47, Louisa, KY, was arrested November 9, twelve miles south of Louisa at 11141 S. Hwy. 3 and charged with Assault 4th Degree (domestic violence) Minor Injury.

According to the police report, Deputy Mason Keefer responded to the above address on a call from Peggy Wallace complaining that Fields was assaulting her, and that she wanted him to leave, but he refused.  Upon arrival, both subjects were arguing, but both cooperated with officer with calm communication.  Both subjects stated that they had been drinking and arguing when Fields pushed  Wallace into a chair and hit her in the face.  Wallace had broken skin across the bridge of her nose and head from injury.

Charles D. Perkins, 21, Blaine, KY, was arrested November 9, and served a Bench Warrant in a Boyd County case. Bond set at $1,000.  Perkins was charged in a separate citation with Theft By Unlawful Taking Under $500, Bond was set at $2,000.

Lawrence County Fiscal Court Meeting

Agenda
 

November 18, 2013
 

9:30 a.m.

 

1.    Opening Prayer
2.    Pledge of Allegiance
3.    Call Meeting to Order
4.    Approve minutes of the October 21, 2013 Meeting
5.    Approve 2nd Reading of Budget Amendment #2
6.    Approve Treasurer’s Request
7.    Approve Bills
8.    Approve Treasurer’s Report
9.    Approve to give Blaine Fire Dept. reimbursement for fire trucks
10.   Approve decision of State Local Debt Officer for refinancing of the Lawrence County Community Center
11.    Request from Haye Exploration
12.    Presentation by the Lawrence County Extension Office (Julia Rollins & Stephanie Deerfield)
13.    Discuss request to adopt resolution naming a portion of Hwy 3 South/Madison Street –> Fred M. Vinson Boulevard
14.    Select eligible Electrical Inspectors as approved Lawrence County Electrical Inspectors per state requirements & set fee schedule
15.     Set special meeting for November 25th, 2013
16.    Public Comments
17.    Adjourn

Louisa City Council

Joint with

Louisa Water & Sewer Commission

Agenda

November 12, 2013--7:00 PM

Louisa City Hall

 

 

1.Call to order.
2.Pledge of allegiance and prayer.
3.Approve minutes for 10-08-13.
4.Dan Howard—City of Louisa Audit FY ending June 30, 2012.
5.Award Bid: Garbage truck.
6.John M Johnson---Highway lights on US 32.
7.Water rate study---Public Service Commission.
8.First reading of Ordinance 2013-04 “Compensation of City Employees Pursuant to KRS 83A.070”.
9.Louisa Water & Sewer Budget 2013-2014.
10.Louisa Police Department.
11.Louisa Fire Department.
12.Louisa Street & Sanitation Department.
13.Louisa Water & Sewer Department.
14.Audience comments.

15.Executive session.

16.Adjourn.

 

 

E-mail question for city council:

This is an enquiry e-mail via http://www.thelevisalazer.com/ from:
Tabitha Steele <tabster1@yahoo.com>

I have a question and problem in the city of Louisa about leaves. My parents live in berg sub-division on Kennedy St. and their neighbor blows all their leaves in my parents yard.  The leaves plugs up all the drains. No one in the city seems to know what the laws or oridiancee is. The chief of police says he didn't know of  a law or ordinance, and City  Law code enforceer Cory Longstreth seems can't do anything about it. Can you help?

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