Alicia WhittA Louisa woman was arrested November 24 and charged with theft by unlawful taking when Lawrence County Sheriff Deputies responded to a call that a 2000 red Dodge had been traveling very slow and making several trips over the past week on Little Cat Road.
According to a report from the sheriff's office, Alisha Noelle Whitt, 29, of Louisa was seen by deputies in that area and upon arrival they could see cut powerlines in a field in the area. After a consent to search her van, deputies found gloves with green oxidation on them from copper line along with other evidence.
Homer MillsAlso arrested last week was Homer Mills, also known as J. R. Maynard, 25, of Lovely.
Mills was charged with alcohol intoxication and burglary after deputies responded to a call from 201 HWY 3. the caller stated that Mills would not leave when asked to and kicked in the front door of the residence at that location.
Deputies say that Mills was barefoot and unaware of his location. He was arrested for his own safety. Mills was also served bench warrants for past charges of theft by unlawful taking and alcohol intoxication.
Michael Justus, 24, of Cains Creek Road in Blaine was arrested November 23 on a warrant from Floyd County.
Megan JohnsonMegan Johnson, 24, of Louisa, was arrested November 21 and served a warrant for charges of theft by unlawful taking and burglary.
Johnson was also served with a warrant from Martin County.
PreeceJames P. Preece, 47, of Louisa was arrested November 20 and charged with making false statements to obtain or increase benefits. The warrant came from the Commonwealth of Kentucky after Preece allegedly made false statements and obtained unemployment benefits in the amount of $2,256.
DylanDylan Ray, 26, of Louisa was arrested, November 9 and served with warrants stemming from charges of burglary and theft by unlawful taking.
All were transported to the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.
Jennifer L. Mitchell, 37, Salyersville, KY, was indicted on charges of Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degee, Tampering With Physical Evidence, and Public Intoxication.
According to the indictment, on or about July 4, Mitchell was knowingly and unlawfully was in possession Morphine, a Controlled II Substance and destroying or defacing physical evidence that she believed would be used against her in an official proceeding. Mitchell was also under the influence of alcohol or other substances while in a public setting.VanhooseJoseph Clayton Vanhoose, 29, Louisa, KY, was indicted on the charge of Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree.
According to the indictment, on or about September 11, 2013, Vanhoose knowingly and unlawfully was in the possession of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance.William Muncy, 39, Louisa, was indicted on charges of Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree/ Complicity, Possession/Use Drug Paraphernalia/Complicity, and Persistent Felony Offender.
According to the Indictment, on or about Aug. 25, 2013, Muncy knowingly and unlawfully was in possession of a Oxycodone, a Controlled II Substance. The Defendant acted alone or in complicity with Sherry Cook by committing the offense of being in possession of hypodermic syringes. Muncy is considered a persistent felony offender due to the fact of being convicted of a prior felony.Sherry J. Cook, 42, Louisa, KY, was indicted on charges of Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree/Complicity and Possession/Use of Drug Paraphernalia/ Complicity. According to the indictment, on or about Aug. 25, 2013, Cook acted alone or in complicity with William H. Muncy by knowingly and unlawfully being in possession of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance and being in possession of hypodermic syringes.Russell Cyrus, 41, Louisa, KY, was indicted on the charge of Bail jumping 1st Degree.
According to the indictment, on or about June 14, 2013, Cyrus knowingly and unlawfully failed to appear in court after being released from custody of the court on charge of Flagrant Non- Support.James L. Cook, 29, Louisa, KY, was indicted on charges of Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration, Registrant Prohibited From Using Social Network Website or Instant Messaging or Chat Room Accessible By Minors, and Persistent Felony Offender 2nd Degree.
According to the indictment, on or about July 17, 2013, Cook knowingly and unlawfully failed to register new physical address, electronic mail address, instant messaging addresses or Internet communication name and identities with appropriate local probation and parole office as ordered by the court. Cook also violated Registrant compliance by using social network or instant messaging or chat rooms that allows a person less than 18 to access the site. Cook is considered a persistent felony offender due to the fact that of being convicted of a previous felony.James Fuller, 55, Portsmouth, OH, was indicted on charges of Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree and Leaving Scene of Accident /Failure to Render Aid. According to the indictment, on or about August 1, 2013, Fuller engaged in conduct manifesting extreme indifference to human life thereby creating a substantial of serious physical injury to another person by operating a commercial vehicle, namely, a 2006 Peterbillt tractor trailer on Madison Street in Louisa, KY in such a manner as to strike the back of a passenger vehicle driven by Chris Rose several times, pushing the victim's vehicle off the side of the road and into the guardrail. Fuller failed to stop and render aid after having hit Rose in passenger vehicle with his tractor trailer, and left the scene.jonesAnthony L. Jones, 32, Staffordsville, KY, was indicted on the charge of Theft By Unlawful Taking Over $500. According to the indictment, on or about Oct. 28, 2013, Jones knowingly and unlawfully took a purse belonging to Kandi Maynard with intent to deprive the, owner thereof. Said purse money and items with a value over $500.
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.SteppTonetta 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.
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