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Kim Rowe, 38, of Lincoln, WV was arrested on Sept. 1, 2014 Rt. 3 Louisa and charged wtih Failure to dim headlights, Failure owner to maintain insurance 1st offense, Improper Equipment, Operating on Suspended Operator's License.
Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer observed subject driving with bright lights on coming traffic on the road. Subject stated dim lights would not work. Subject could not find insurance papers. KSP advised subject's license was suspended for failure to appear in court. Subject had moved out of State and still has KY license.
Michael Hammonds, 49, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on August 30, 2014 9 miles North of Louisa Three D Road and served Indictment for Assault 2nd Degree, Assault 4th Degree with minor injury. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Dwayne Bowens
Harold Fletcher, 65, of Inez, Ky was arrested on August 29, 2014 1.5 miles South of Louisa Rt. 3 and charged with Reckless Driving, Failure of Owner to maintain insurance 2nd Offense, Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of Alc/Drugs etc. .08 Aggravated Circumstances.
Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer received a call of vehicle all over the road. Caller stated the vehicle hit the bridge. Deputy Keefer observed the vehicle run off the road multiple times, and also crossed into oncoming traffic multiple times. Upon contact with the subject he had the odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath, eyes red and glossy, and had slurred speech. Subject was to intoxicated to stand or assist and stated he was drunk. Breath .246 Blood or Urine not requested
Calvin Fletcher, 55, of Inez, Ky was arrested on August 29, 2014 1.5 miles South of Louisa Rt. 3 and charged with Alcohol Intoxication in a public place 1st offense
Subject was a passenger in a vehicle that the driver was arrested for DUI. Subject stated he had drank two thirty packs of beer today. Subject could not walk on his own and took two officers to help him move. Subject was danger to himself/others and taken to TRMC for medical treatment. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer.
Donald Clay, 50, of Louisa was arrested on August 29, 2014 at the Dollar General Store Vinson St. Louisa and served Bench Warrant for fail to pay $438.00. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Mark Wheeler
Shannon Hammond, 38, of Louisa was arrested on August 29, 2014 14 miles South of Louisa Hwy 645 and charged with failure to wear seat belt, Operating on susp/revoked license for failure to answer Court Summons 8/15/13 Floyd Co. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Mark Wheeler
14-CI-00210 HOSPITAL OF LOUISA VS. CASEY CHILDERS CONTRACT
14-CI-00211 HERSHEL JUDE VS. CHRISTINE FLETCHER DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-0012 COLLINS ASSET GROUP VS. LARRY LEMASTER CONTRACT
14-CI-00213 APPALACIAN OIL PURCHASERS VS. SARAH ALLEY PROPERTY RIGHTS
14-CI-00214 AMANDA CHRISTIAN VS. TIMOTHY CHRISTIAN DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00215 MARGARET VS. BRUCE WORKMAN OTHER
14-CI-00216 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY VS. MARION KINCAID CONTRACT
14-CI-00217 ROXANNA HACKNEY VS. PAUL HACKNEY DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI- 00219 RUSTY FLECTER VS. CAROLINE STALVEY DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00221 TIMOTHY PALMER VS. CASSIE PALMER DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00222 GREENTREE SERVICING VS. FRANCIS BOYD DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00223 CARLA ROBINSON VS. RODNEY ROBINSON DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
14-CI-00224 BOBBY WORKMAN VS. ROBERT MATHIEU CONTRACT
14-CI-00225 MICHEAL VINSON VS. AMY VINSON FAMILY AND DOMESTIC
14-CI-00226 TODD CHAPMAN VS. ANGELA CHAPMAN DOMESTIC AND FAMILY
ROGER LEE AND DIXIE KITCHEN TO ROBERT AND SHIRLEY KITCHEN FOR THE SUM OF $10,000 A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND LYING IN BETWEEN LAWRENCE COUNTY AND NEAR THE WATERS OF CATT FORK OD BIG BLAINE.
LATISHA ROSS, 20, OF WAYNE WV TO DAVID STACY, 18, OF DUNLOW WV
KATHY MEDDINGS, 52 TO TIMOTHY MEDDINGS, 55, BOTH OF CRUM WV
LAYKN KEARNS, 21 TO NICHOLAS DOSS, 21, BOTH OF LOUISA
BRENDA COPLEY, 26, TO CHARLIE FRANCE II, 28 BOTH OF LOUISA
JULIE THOMAS, 38, TO IRA OSBORNE, 34, BOTH OF LOUISA
REBECCA JUSTUS, 18 TO MARCUS BOWEN, 20, BOTH OF LOUISA
KRYSTEN GOYETTE, 21 TO BOBBY SPEARS, 24 BOTH OF FORT GAY VW
KSP commish treks Grand Canyon to help raise funds for statue;
Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left) and Lt. Col. Jack Miniard trekked the Grand Canyon from rim to rim Aug. 22-24 in a 30-mile hike to honor all KSP troopers who currently serve and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice with their lives.
The pair carried the photos of the 27 officers who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty since the agency’s inception in 1948. Brewer and Miniard used vacation time for the hike and incurred all expenses associated with the trip. No tax dollars were used to support the walk. They are asking supporters to donate $1 to “The Trooper Project” for their effort.
The project will consist of a seven-and-a-half foot bronze trooper statue to be located on the grounds of the new KSP Training Academy in Frankfort, Ky. Contributions can be made through a website (http://www.thetrooperproject.com/) or by mailing a donation to: The Trooper Project, 919 Versailles Road, Frankfort, Ky. 40601.
August 28, 2014
Ashley Salmons, 24, of Tomahawk, Ky was arrested on August 25, 2014 14 miles South of Louisa Hwy 645 and charged with Failure to Wear Seat Belt and Operating on Suspended/Revoked License.
Lawrence County Chief Deputy Mark Wheeler stopped above subject for not wearing seat belt. Permit came back suspended and expired, suspended for failure to answer Court Summons.
George Ramey II, 29, of Fort Gay, Wv was arrested on August 25, 2014 6 miles North of Louisa Rt. 3 and charged with Disregarding Stop Sign, Failure of Non Owner Operator to Maintain Insurance 1st offense, Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence Alcohol/Drugs etc. .08 1st offense and Operating Vehicle with Expired Operator License.
Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer observed vehicle make a right turn from 3 D Road onto Rt. 3 North without stopping or signaling. Subject could not find insurance card. Upon contact with subject Deputy Keefer could smell the odor of alcoholic beverage on his breath. Subject also had red glossy eyes. Standard Field Sobriety Test-Failed, Blood pending, Breath and Urine not requested. Subject also served with Warrant for Court Criminal Trespassing 3rd Degree.
Duane Ratliff, 45, of Paintsville, Ky was arrested on August 24, 2014 Rt. 3 Louisa and Served Warrant for Johnson County Court for Operating on Suspended Operators License, Failure of owner to maintain insurance 1st. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer.
Michael Shawn Cordle, 40, Blaine, Ky was arrested on August 19, 2014 26 miles South of Louisa BSRDC and served Bench Warrant for Failure to Complete Assessment for Drug Court as ordered by Court. To be brought before Court upon arrest. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Mark Wheeler.
Melvin Harmon, 24, Louisa, Ky was arrested on August 19, 2014 15 miles West of Louisa, Aaron Drive and charged with Burglary 2nd Degree.
Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer received a call of a burglary on Aaron Drive. Caller advised He observed subject coming out of a A-Frame Cabin that he was not permitted in. Upon arrival Deputy Keefer observed the front door kicked in. Copper Wires had been pulled from the ceiling. The caller said the above subject fled on an ATV. Deputy Keefer located the subject and ATV at above address. Subject admitted to being on the property and moving the door. Subject stated he rode his ATV to the A-Frame and then entered home. Confirming the witness statement.
Rebecca Ward, 43, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on August 18, 2014 at The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office and served indictment for Burglary 2nd Degree, Burglary 3rd Degree, Persistent Felony Offender. Subject turned herself in. Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Dwayne Bowen
Sherry Cooksey, 43, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on August 20, 2014 at The LCJC and Served Bench Warrant. Arresting Officer Charles Curnutte Court Officer
Anthony Chapman, 45, of Louisa, Ky was arrested on August 20, 2014 11 miles South of Louisa Hwy 1690 and Served Summons for Court for Theft by deception/cold checks. Subject also Served Warrant for Court for TBUT or Disp. over $500.00 under $10,000.00 Arresting Officer Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer.
Karri Young, 38, of Blaine, Ky was arrested on August 20, 2014 3 miles West of Louisa Three Rivers Food Mart and charged with Instructional Permit Violations-No Licensed Driver in Vehicle, Operating Motor Vehicle u/infl Alc/Drugs/Etc. .08 1st offense Aggravating.
Lawrence Co. Deputy Mark Wheeler responded to Three Rivers Food Mart reference subject driving there and being intoxicated. Upon contact with subject she was unsteady on her feet, slurred speech, manifestly under influence controlled substance. Subject said she took her prescribed medication earlier this date. Subject said she drove from the Dialysis Center to Gas Station to get a pop and had trouble putting car in park and rolled into a lock. Clerk said she hit pipe by pump. SFST-Failed Couldn't do other test d/t medical issues. Subject refused blood/breath/urine.
Morgan Remmele, 22, Cattletsburg, Ky was arrested on August 26, 2014 Ky 2565 Louisa and charged with Rear License not Illuminated, Operating Motor Vehicle under influence of drugs/alcohol .08 1st offense, Breath .121.
Lawrence Co. Deputy Mason Keefer observed Subject traveling West on Madison St. Rear License of the vehicle was not illuminated. Upon contact with subject Deputy Keefer could detect the odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath. Subject stated she had been drinking. Subject also had slurred speech. SFST-Failed Blood, Urine not requested.
By Catrina Vargo
Louisa, KY -- Lawrence County Emergency Management Director, Michael Woods, has been nominated by the Kentucky Emergency Management Association for the 2014 Most Improved Program Award.
According to the KEMA's notification letter to Woods, a member of the Associationsubmitted his name after taking notice of his contributions to Kentucky's emergency management community, along with a narrative of why Woods is deserving of the recognition.
The KEMA Board of Directors will vote on all the nominees and announce the recipient of the 2014 Most Improved Program at the Kentucky Emergency Services Conference Awards Banquet on Thursday, Sept. 4, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville.
Doug Tackett, President of the Kentucky Emergency Management Association President said, "On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I want to congratulate you on a job well done and commend your service."
Woods said he was pleased to receive the nomination.