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Ned C. DavisNed C. DavisHAD AN EARLIER CONFRONTATION THIS PAST SUMMER AFTER TRAFFIC STOP BY KENTUCKY STATE TROOPER LED TO NEARLY TWO DOZEN CHARGES; HAS BEEN ARRESTED 20 TIMES ON 79 CHARGES IN UNDER 13 YEARS.

DECEMBER 9, 2016 - written by WADE QUEEN

A Lawrence County man, who has an extensive criminal record, including multiple felony charges, is once again in jail on a slew of criminal charges, with no bond given to him.  

What began as a simple public intoxication arrest turned into a serious matter when the arresting officer, in this case, is police chief of Paintsville and is seriously injured. After a foot chase, the chief was assaulted and subsequently injured while the suspect resisted being arrested.

Ned C. Davis, 33, of Lomansville, Kentucky, was arrested early Wednesday morning, December 7, shortly before 2. A.M. in Paintsville, when call from a city business reported a male was causing a disturbance and appeared to be high on drugs.

Police Chief Bill Holbrook responded to the scene, and observed, the suspect, whom he recognized as Ned Davis, who has had a lengthy crime history in the Johnson County area, approached Davis, who then took off on foot after seeing Chief Holbrook ordering him to stay where he was.

After a lengthy foot pursuit, Holbrook was able to collar Davis, but when Chief Holbrook began to handcuff Davis, Davis began violently resisting, topping off with Davis striking Holbrook in the face with the handcuffs that had been placed on his wrist, in a manner similar to brass knuckles, causing Chief Holbrook to suffer a couple of "significant lacerations and injuries".

Holbrook managed to finally to get the angry, but inebriated Davis under full apprehension, and while he and other officers searched Davis it was discovered he was in possession of several prescription pills.

Ned Davis was charged with:• POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 1ST DEGREE 1ST OFFENSE (DRUG UNSPECIFIED), • RESISTING ARREST, • FLEEING OR EVADING POLICE, 1ST DEGREE (ON FOOT), • PUBLIC INTOXICATION-CONTROLL SUB(EXCLUDES ALCOHOL), • ASSAULT, 2ND DEGREE - OF A POLICE OFFICER, • DISORDERLY CONDUCT, 2ND DEGREE, • MENACING, • POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, 3RD DEGREE - DRUG UNSPECIFIED.

Ned Davis's latest run in with law enforcement comes less than five months after a separate, and more egregious confrontation, when a traffic stop in Johnson County by a state trooper, went from one thing to another, leading also to lengthy foot chase, that led to a boatload of criminal citations.

Not long after sunrise on the morning of July 21, 2016, Ned Davis was pulled over in an automobile during a traffic stop conducted by trooper Andy Hale in Johnson County. ( trooper Hale is a Martin County native who was the top graduate of the 2015 KSP cadet class, and is the great nephew of Martin County sheriff John H. Kirk ).

After Davis was ordered out of the vehicle by trooper Hale after he gave him a false name and had no kind of identification and absolutely no vehicle paperwork, Davis took off on a lengthy foot run from hale. When he was caught and Davis's vehicle was searched, several drugs were found. It was also discovered that Davis had several outstanding warrants out for him.

Ned Davis was arrested on 22 charges and bench warrants that day. They were as the following: #1 SERVING BENCH WARRANT FOR COURT, #2 SERVING BENCH WARRANT FOR COURT, #3 OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08 (AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCE) 1ST OFFENSE,  #4 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 1ST DEGREE, 1ST OFFENSE (METHAMPHETAMINE), #5 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 1ST DEGREE, 1ST OFFENSE (DRUG UNSPECIFIED), #6 FLEEING OR EVADING POLICE, 1ST DEGREE (ON FOOT), #7 RESISTING ARREST, #8 MENACING, #9 GIVING OFFICER FALSE NAME OR ADDRESS, #10 FAILURE TO WEAR SEAT BELTS,  #11 FAILURE OF NON-OWNER OPERATOR TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED INSURANCE/SECURITY, 1ST OFFENSE, #12 POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA,  #13 DRUG PARAPHERNALIA - BUY/POSSESS, #14 FAILURE TO NOTIFY ADDRESS CHANGE TO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, #15 NO REGISTRATION RECEIPT,  #16 FAILURE TO PRODUCE INSURANCE CARD, #17 ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF LEGEND DRUG, #18 PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT PROPER CONTAINER 1ST OFFENSE, #19 OPERATING ON SUSPENDED OR REVOKED OPERATOR LICENSE, #20 SERVING BENCH WARRANT FOR COURT, #21 SERVING BENCH WARRANT FOR COURT, #22 SERVING BENCH WARRANT FOR COURT.

Two months before that huge mess, Ned Davis was arrested on May 13, 2016, by deputy Tim Clark of the Johnson County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, 3RD DEGREE - DRUG UNSPECIFIED.

Before those incidents occurred, Ned Davis had been out only a few months from state prison, after serving over 5 years, starting on July 1, 2010.

That came about after Davis had been arrested 16 times on 47 criminal charges, from March 2004 to January 2010, the bulk of which happened in less than a 8 month period in 2009, from May 29, 2009 to January 21, 2010, Ned Davis was arrested 10 times on 33 criminal charges. That history of Ned Davis is as follows:

On March 8, 2004, Ned Davis was arrested by the Paintsville Police Department on the charges of: #1 BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE - FORCED ENTRY - RESIDENTIAL,  #2 CRIMINAL TRESPASS - 1ST DEGREE,  #3 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - 2ND DEGREE, #4 RESISTING ARREST.

On April 16, 2004, Ned Davis was arrested by the Paintsville Police Department on the charge of: • THEFT BY UNLAWFUL TAKING OR DISPOSITION - SHOPLIFTING.

On August 23, 2004, Ned Davis was arrested by the Paintsville Police Department on the charge of: • BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE - FORCED ENTRY - RESIDENTIAL, #2 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - 2ND DEGREE, #3 RESISTING ARREST.

On June 25, 2005, Ned Davis was arrested by the Paintsville Police Department on the charges of: #1 DISORDERLY CONDUCT, #2 ALCOHOL INTOXICATION IN A PUBLIC PLACE-1ST & 2ND OFFENSE,  #3 RESISTING ARREST, #4 ASSAULT, 4TH DEGREE (NO VISIBLE INJURY).

On August 18, 2005, Ned Davis was arrested on the charge of: • BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE - FORCED ENTRY - RESIDENTIAL.

On September 14, 2007, Ned Davis was arrested by the Paintsville Police Department on the charge of: • CRIMINAL POSSESSION FORGED INSTRUMENT-1ST OFFENSE.

On May 29, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested by the Johnson County Sheriff Department on the charges of: #1 IMPROPER EQUIPMENT, #2 OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08, #3 POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, #4 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-1ST OFFENSE-DRUG UNSPECIFIED.

On June 12, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested by the Johnson County Sheriff Department on the charges of: #1 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-2ND OR \>OFFENSE, #2 PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, #3 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-1ST OFFENSE-DRUG UNSPECIFIED, #4 PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, #5 PUBLIC INTOXICATION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, #6 DRUG PARAPHERNALIA-BUY/POSSESS-1ST OFFENSE, #7 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-1ST OFFENSE-DRUG UNSPECIFIED, #8 PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, #9 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-1ST OFFENSE-DRUG UNSPECIFIED, #10 PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, #11 POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-1ST OFFENSE-DRUG UNSPECIFIED, #12 PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER.

On June 26, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested by the Johnson County Sheriff Department on the charge of: • PUBLIC INTOXICATION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

On September 4, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested on the charge of:  • PUBLIC INTOXICATION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

On September 11, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested on the charge of: • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08.

On September 25, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested on the charge of: • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08.

On October 2, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested by the Johnson County Sheriff Department on the charges of: • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08, • POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE-3RD DEGREE-1ST OFFENSE-DRUG UNSPECIFIED, • PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, • OPERATING ON SUSPENDED/REVOKED OPERATOR LICENSE.

On November 21, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested on the charge of: • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08.

On November 24, 2009, Ned Davis was arrested on the charge of: • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/

 

Senator wants drivers with drugs in their system to lose license

Motorists suspected of operating a vehicle under the influence of heroin or opioids should lose their driving privileges, according to one Kentucky state senator.

Sen. John Schickel, R-Union, plans to propose legislation early next year allowing authorities to suspend licenses of people found overdosed behind the wheel or found with heroin or opioids in their system while driving. Schickel said Monday that he's working with Rob Sanders, Kenton County commonwealth’s attorney, who is reacting to crashes caused by those driving while on heroin. Both men said the bill is about ensuring roads are safer for area residents.

Law enforcement officials throughout the region have said that the heroin epidemic has spurred fatal crashes from people overdosing while driving. One such crash in Fort Wright on Sept. 1, 2015 left four people dead.

Sanders then called the crash "the most tragic illustration of the danger of drugged driving in Kenton County history.”

Sanders said the proposed rule is similar to one in Kentucky that requires people who have had seizures to remain seizure-free for 90 days before getting a new license or renewing an existing license.

If that requirement isn't met, a person's license renewal or reinstatement could be denied. In those cases, the person may appeal to a medical review board.

“The idea is to increase public safety without increasing criminal sanctions,” Sanders said. “This would reduce the chance of somebody overdosing while behind the wheel of a car.

"Once an addict can demonstrate the ability to go without heroin for the same time period a driver is required to go without a seizure, their license can be returned," Sanders said.

Sanders said that Kenton County alone had 38 felony prosecutions since Oct. 1 involving opiate consumption and the operation of a motor vehicle. In each case, a defendant admitted to using drugs or being in recovery. The defendants admitted to using heroin, oxycodone or the opioid fentanyl.

“This number does not include cases where opiate consumption is suspected … but not proven,” Sanders said.

Sanders said people who drive under the influence of heroin are, in essence, turning the vehicle into “a giant wrecking ball.”

Schickel said that the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission is drafting a bill, and he expects to introduce it within the first couple of weeks of the next legislative session, which begins Jan. 3.

By Terry DeMio
The Kentucky Enquirer

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LAWRENCE COUNTY ARREST LIST - NOVEMBER 25-30, 2016

REGIONAL JAIL ONCE AGAIN OVER CAPACITY



ARRESTS WERE ON PACE FOR THE RECENT NORMAL WEEKLY AVERAGE IN LAWRENCE COUNTY; FOR THE SURROUNDING AREA COUNTIES, ARRESTS WERE AROUND THEIR RECENT WEEKLY AVERAGE AS WELL ONCE AGAIN.

THE BIG SANDY REGIONAL DETENTION CENTER ONCE AGAIN IS AT 'OVERCAPACITY' IN REGARDS TO THE NUMBER OF INMATES IT CAN HOUSE AT ITS FACILITY FOR THE PAST WEEK AND HALF, AS THE NUMBER OF INMATES ROSE BEFORE AND THRU THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY PERIOD AS ARRESTS IN THE AREA PILED UP.

THE JAIL WAS DESIGNED TO HOLD 225 INMATES.  

AT ONE POINT THIS PAST SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, THE NUMBER WAS AT 240 INMATES. THAT NUMBER WENT DOWN SOME AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WEEK BUT WENT BACK UP IN THE LAST COUPLE OF DAYS, AND IS NOW AT 235 INMATES AS OF 6:00 A.M. FRIDAY DECEMBER 2.

From 12:01 A.M., November 25, 2016 to 11:59 P.M., November 30, 2016; 60 arrested individuals were brought into the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky. Out of the 60 arrested individuals brought to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in the last 6 days, 9 were from Lawrence County.

From 12:01 A.M., November 16, 2016 to 11:59 P.M., November 24, 2016; 98 arrested individuals were brought into the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky. Out of the 98 arrested individuals brought to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in that 9 day period, 16 were from Lawrence County.

From November 1 thru November 30, 310 arrested individuals were brought into the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky. Out of the 310 arrested individuals brought to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in the month of November, 45 arrests were from Lawrence County.

Below are the November numbers during certain date period, with the number on the left the total arrested inmates brought the to the BSRDC, while the number in parentheses on the right are the total arrests for Lawrence County only:

NOVEMBER 1-8, 2016: 75, (10).
NOVEMBER 9-15, 2016: 77, (8).
NOVEMBER 16-24, 2016: 98, (16).
NOVEMBER 25-30, 2016: 60, (9).
NOVEMBER TOTAL: 310, (45).

For further statistical comparison, compare the arrest numbers for previous three months. It shows a statistical number decline in arrests from late summer thru the late autumn for Lawrence County, and especially the neighboring counties that use the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky.:

The number of people booked each day from November 25 thru November 30 at the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville was as the following: FRIDAY-NOVEMBER 25: 14, SATURDAY-NOVEMBER 26: 10, SUNDAY-NOVEMBER 27: FIVE, MONDAY-NOVEMBER 28: NINE, TUESDAY-NOVEMBER 29: EIGHT, WEDNESDAY-NOVEMBER 30: 14.

Those nine individuals arrested in Lawrence County in the past six days are the following:

 Hansel Wiley Hansel WileyHansel Wiley, 46, of Louisa, was arrested on November 25, 2016, at 4:06 P.M., by trooper Bobby Layne, of the Kentucky State Police, and was charged with: • NO REGISTRATION PLATES. • NO REGISTRATION RECEIPT, • FAILURE OF OWNER TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED INSURANCE/SECURITY, 1ST OFFENSE, • IMPROPER REGISTRATION PLATE, • IMPROPER DISPLAY OF REGISTRATION PLATES, • DRIVING DUI SUSPENDED LICENSE - 2ND OFFENSE, • IMPROPER EQUIPMENT, • FAILURE TO PRODUCE INSURANCE CARD.


Danny D. ColgroveDanny D. ColgroveDanny D. Colegrove, 30, of Lenore, West Virginia; was arrested on November 25, 2016, at 4:16 P.M., by patrolman officer Jordan Miller, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with: • THEFT BY UNLAWFUL TAKING OR DISPOSITION SHOPLIFTING $500 OR MORE BUT UNDER/$10,000.• POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, • ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A MINOR, • RECKLESS DRIVING, • UNLAWFUL TRANSACTION W/MINOR 3RD DEGREE, • NO OPERATORS-MOPED LICENSE, • BOOSTER SEAT VIOLATIONS, • DRUG PARAPHERNALIA - BUY/POSSESS.



Elmer L MarcumElmer L MarcumElmer L. Marcum Jr., 34, of Genoa, West Virginia; turned himself in November 25, 2016 at 5:38 P.M., to the Lawrence County Sheriff Department to serve a guilty plea weekend jail sentence with: CONTEMPT OF COURT LIBEL/SLANDER RESISTANCE TO ORDER

 

 


Lisa GreenLisa GreenLisa Green, 46, of Louisa, was arrested on November 26, at 1:27 P.M., by deputy Mason Keefer, of the Lawrence County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • FAILURE TO OR IMPROPER SIGNAL, • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/ INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08 - 1ST OFF, • POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, 3RD DEGREE - DRUG UNSPECIFIED.

 

 


Wendy JudeWendy JudeWendy Jude, 29, of Louisa; was arrested on November 26, 2016, at 1:29 P.M., by patrolman officer Steven Wilburn, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with: • PUBLIC INTOXICATION-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE(EXCLUDES ALCOHOL), • POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 1ST DEGREE, 1ST OFFENSE (METHAMPHETAMINE), • DRUG PARAPHERNALIA - BUY/POSSESS, • CONTEMPT OF COURT LIBEL/SLANDER RESISTANCE TO ORDER




Karen AdamsKaren AdamsKaren Adams, 50, of Louisa; was arrested on November 26, 2016, at 1:34 P.M., by patrolman officer Steven Wilburn, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with: • TAMPERING WITH PHYSICAL EVIDENCE, • HINDERING PROSECUTION OR APPREHENSION-2ND DEGREE.



Christopher J. HowellChristopher J. HowellChristopher J. Howell, 32, of Louisa, was arrested on November 27, at 1:36 A.M., by deputy Mack Wilhite, of the Lawrence County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • FLAGRANT NON SUPPORT, • OPERATING ON SUSPENDED OR REVOKED OPERATOR LICENSE, • FAILURE TO NOTIFY ADDRESS CHANGE TO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, • FAILURE TO WEAR SEAT BELTS, • NO REGISTRATION PLATES, • NO REGISTRATION RECEIPT, • FAILURE OF OWNER TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED INSURANCE/SECURITY, 1ST OFFENSE, • FAILURE TO PRODUCE INSURANCE CARD, • IMPROPER REGISTRATION PLATE, • LICENSE TO BE IN POSSESSION, • SERVING TWO SEPARATE WARRANTS (FOR OTHER POLICE AGENCY).




Joseph K. MarcumJoseph K. MarcumJoseph Kevin Marcum, 40, of Louisa, was arrested on November 28, at 1:51 P.M., by deputy Chuck Jackson, of the Lawrence County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • DOMESTIC ABUSE - DUTIES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT.




Cassandra E. RobertsonCassandra E. RobertsonCassandra E. Robertson/Arthur, 46, of Louisa; was arrested on November 29, 2016, at 8:03 P.M., by patrolman officer Steven Wilburn, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with: • BURGLARY, 3RD DEGREE.

LAWRENCE COUNTY ARREST LIST - NOVEMBER 9-15, 2016

 

ARRESTS WERE AT NEARLY IDENTICAL  NUMBERS FROM THE PREVIOUS WEEK IN BOTH LAWRENCE COUNTY AND THE OTHER COUNTIES THAT USE THE REGIONAL JAIL. IT IS APPARENT NOW IN THE LAST FEW WEEKS THAT THE WEEKDAY ARREST NUMBERS THAT ARE AVERAGE OR ABOVE AVERAGE ARE BEING SKEWERED LOWER STATISTICALLY BY WAY BELOW AVERAGE ARREST NUMBERS FOR WEEKEND DAYS OF SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. AND THAT IS ADDING TO THE FACT ALSO IN THE LAST FEW WEEKS A FIFTH COUNTY, MORGAN COUNTY, HAS BEEN SENDING A LOT MORE OF THEIR ARREST PRISONERS TO THE BSRDC IN PAINTSVILE THAT THEY HAVE TRADITIONALLY DONE IN THE PAST.

ARRESTS WERE BELOW NORMAL WEEKLY AVERAGE IN LAWRENCE COUNTY; FOR THE SURROUNDING AREA COUNTIES, ARRESTS WERE BELOW THEIR WEEKLY AVERAGE WHEN COMPARED TO EARLIER THIS YEAR. FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKENDS, THE ARREST NUMBERS FOR LAWRENCE COUNTY AND ESPECIALLY THE OTHER COUNTIES THAT USE THE REGIONAL JAIL HAVE BEEN DROPPING TO PALTRY LEVELS. THERE WAS ONLY 12 ARRESTS TOTAL IN A FOUR (OR FIVE) COUNTY REGION SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 TO NOVEMBER 13, WITH JUST TWO OF THOSE FROM LAWRENCE COUNTY (COMPARED TO THE PREVIOUS WEEKEND TIME PERIOD OF NOVEMBER 4 TO 8 THERE WAS ONLY 22 ARRESTS IN A FOUR OR FIVE COUNTY REGION, WITH JUST TWO OF THOSE FROM LAWRENCE COUNTY).

From 12:01 A.M., November 9, 2016 to 11:59 P.M., November 15, 2016; 77 arrested individuals were brought into the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky. Out of the 77 arrested individuals brought to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in the last 7 days, 8 were from Lawrence County. 

From 12:01 A.M., November 1, 2016 to 11:59 P.M., November 8, 2016; 75 arrested individuals were brought into the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky. Out of the 75 arrested individuals brought to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in that 8 day period, 10 were from Lawrence County. 

From 12:01 A.M., October 25, 2016 to 11:59 P.M., October 31, 2016; 67 arrested individuals were brought into the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville, Kentucky. Out of the 67 arrested individuals brought to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in that 7 day period, 15 arrests were from Lawrence County. 

The number of people booked each day from November 9 thru November 15 at the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center in Paintsville was as the following: WEDNESDAY-NOVEMBER 9: 15, THURSDAY-NOVEMBER 10: 10, FRIDAY-NOVEMBER 11: 14, SATURDAY-NOVEMBER 12: SIX, SUNDAY-NOVEMBER 13: SIX, MONDAY-NOVEMBER 14: 20, TUESDAY-NOVEMBER 15: SIX.

Those eight individuals arrested in Lawrence County in the past seven days are the following:


1. Vanessa Renae Dillon1. Vanessa Renae DillonVanessa Renae Dillion, 28, of Louisa, was arrested on November 9, 2016, at 9:26 P.M., by patrolman officer Jordan Miller, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with: • SERVING BENCH WARRANT FOR COURT.

 

 

 

 

2. Rodney Fletcher2. Rodney FletcherRodney Fletcher, 45, of Inez, Kentucky; turned himself in November 10, 2016 at 11:31 A.M., to the Lawrence County Sheriff Department to serve a weekend jail sentence with: CONTEMPT OF COURT LIBEL/SLANDER RESISTANCE TO ORDER.

 

 

 


Troy WeaverTroy WeaverTroy Weaver, 43, of Coldiron, Kentucky; was arrested on November 10, 2016 at 11:31 A.M., by sergeant Ed Cordle, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with: • DRUG PARAPHERNALIA - BUY/POSSESS, • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, • PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE NOT IN PROPER CONTAINER 1ST OFFENSE.

 

 

 


Jackie RayburnJackie RayburnJackie Rayburn, 71, of Louisa, was arrested on November 10, 2016, at 11:53 A.M., by trooper Craig Morella, of the Kentucky State Police, and was charged with: • OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER/INFLUENCE ALCOHOL/DRUGS/ETC. .08 - 2ND OFFENSE, • DRIVING DUI SUSPENDED LICENSE - 1ST OFFENSE (AGGRAVATED CIRCUMSTANCE), • GIVING OFFICER FALSE NAME OR ADDRESS, • NO REGISTRATION RECEIPT, • FAILURE TO PRODUCE INSURANCE CARD.

 

 

 

Rhonda CurtisRhonda CurtisRhonda Curtis 42, of West Van Lear, Kentucky; was arrested on November 11, at 3:46 P.M., by deputy Mason Keefer, of the Lawrence County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • ASSAULT, 4TH DEGREE (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE) MINOR INJURY, • PUBLIC INTOXICATION-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE (EXCLUDES ALCOHOL).

 

 

 


Jeanetta D. WileyJeanetta D. WileyJeanetta D. Wiley, 38, of Louisa, was arrested on November 12, at 12:49 P.M., by a deputy of the Lawrence County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • VIOLATION OF A KENTUCKY EPO/DVO.

 

 

 


Roger BlackburnRoger BlackburnRoger Blackburn, 22, of Louisa, was arrested on November 13, 2016, at 7:49 P.M., by patrolman officer Hunter James, of the Louisa Police Department, and was charged with:  • FAILURE TO APPEAR.

 

 

 

 

 

Richard GraceRichard GraceRichard N. Grace, , 45, of Louisa, was arrested on November 15, at 11:44 P.M., by a deputy of the Lawrence County Sheriff Department, and was charged with: • VIOLATION OF CONDITIONS OF RELEASE.