Glen Dale Boyd, 42, Louisa, KY, was arrested March 31, 3 miles west of Louisa on Hwy. 32, and charged with Speeding (26 miles over speed limit), and Operating Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs.
According to the police report, Deputy Mark Wheeler observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, east bound on Hwy 32 in the Smokey Valley Hill area. The vehicle was clocked by radar at 82 mph in a 55 mph zone. Upon contact with the subject, an odor of alcoholic beverage was detected. Boyd advised Deputy Wheeler that he had drank a 40 oz beer. Subject was cooperative, but could not complete a sobriety test.MusicJames Music, 37, Lackey, KY, was arrested April 3, 15 miles south of Louisa on the Right Fork of George's Creek, and charged with Rear License Not Illuminated, Operating on Suspended License, Operating Motor Vehicle Under Influence of Alcohol/Drugs, and Drug Paraphernalia Possession.
According to the police report, the above subject was observed by Deputy Mason Keefer traveling south on the Right Fork of George's Creek. The vehicle registration light was out. Upon contact with the driver, Deputy Keefer observed that he had slurred speech and constricted pupils. Subject could not complete standard sobriety test, the report said. KSP advised that Music's license was suspended. A syringe was found in the glovebox along with a cut cigarette filter. On a separate citation, James Music was charged with Illegal Possession of Drug. According to the police report, subject had a small plastic bag in his pocket containing 10 pills believed to be Neurotin.
By Catrina VargoCharley, Ky -- The Lomansville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call late last night, Monday, April 7, in the Lawrence County area of Charley on Rt. 1760. According to Lawrence Co. EMS Director, Michael Woods, the residence was occupied, but no one was inside at the time of the fire.
It is believed that the fire was spotted by a neighbor, and the fire department was called, but the residence was engulfed in flames and completely destroyed.Lomansville Fire Chief, Ray Dixon, said he was at work and did not go on the call and did not have any information at this time. As of now, no other details have been released.
Information about this incident will be posted as it becomes available.
There was no answer to why no information is available about the fire.
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