Lawrence County Judicial Report #3
Posted in the Louisa Forum
#1 Nov 4, 2010
PREVIOUS JUDICIAL REPORTS:
NOVEMBER 4, 2010:
The Kentucky State Police in Ashland have arrested a Louisa resident on traffic and criminal related charges following a hit-and-run collision that occurred yesterday afternoon around 2:30 pm on US 23 at Ulysses.
Stephen Robertson, age 27, of Louisa, KY was arrested at a friend’s residence on Georgia Street in Louisa by troopers and CVE officers.
Robertson was operating a 1998 Ford Contour travelling south on US 23 near Ulysses at a high rate of speed. Robertson lost control of his vehicle and struck a single-unit tractor and trailer, also travelling southbound, and then lost control of his vehicle. The tractor, driven by 56 year old Melvin Crislip of Sitka, KY collided into a guard rail but there was only minor damage and no injuries to Crislip.
Robertson struck an earth embankment then fled the scene before officers could arrive.
Robertson then went to the residence of his grandfather on KY 1760 and got into a physical altercation with him causing him minor injuries and damage to his front door. Robertson then fled to a friend’s residence on Georgia Street and hid in a closet upon police arrival. CVE officers Wallace and Ferrell and Trooper Craig Morella arrested Robertson at the residence. CVE Officers charged Robertson with additional charges for Resisting Arrest and Menacing after he failed to comply with their instructions.
Trooper Morella charged Robertson with the following:
Leaving the scene of an accident
Improper registration plate
Operating a motor vehicle on a suspended or revoked license
Failure to transfer registration of motor vehicle
Failure to maintain insurance
Driving under the influence of Drugs
Assault 4th degree
Criminal Mischief 3rd degree
The case is being investigated by Trooper Craig Morella.
The Kentucky State Police in Ashland have arrested a Louisa resident on burglary charges stemming from an investigation from early September 2010.
John Fugitt Jr. age 21, of Louisa, Ky, was served with an indictment warrant for Burglary 1st Degree, a Class B felony, while lodged at the Big Sandy Detention Center.
Fugitt was arrested on 9-9-2010 for the burglary and was later indicted after the case was presented to the Lawrence County grand jury. The indictment warrant was served by the case officer, Trooper Craig Morella.
Fugitt was charged for breaking into the residence of Tony Smith of KY 1760 in Louisa and stealing numerous firearms. All firearms were recovered and returned to the owner.
The Lawrence County Sheriff office is assisting in the investigation. The case is being investigated by KSP Trooper Craig Morella.
#2 Nov 7, 2010
NOVEMBER 6, 2010:
The Lawrence County Grand Jury handed down six indictment true bills this month among the charges were drug trafficking, bailjumping, burglary and robbery.
Sarah McCoy, 35, of Blaine, is accused of 1st degree bailjumping when on Oct. 8 she allegedly committed the crime of failing to appear at the time and place she was ordered by the judge. If found guilty she faces one to five years jail and a fine up to $10,000.
Tyler Lyon, 25, of Kenova, W.Va, is accused of 1st degree trafficking in a controlled substance, trafficking within 1000 yards of a school, possession of drug paraphernalia, and prescription not in a proper container. Lyon allegedly committed the offense on June 24.
John Harvery Fugitt Jr., 21, of Ash Branch, Louisa, is accused of 1st degree burglary when on Sept. 9 he knowingly and unlawfully committed the offense of entering the residence of Tony Smith with the intent to commit a crime.
Donald Ray Dickerson Jr., 24, of West Perry Street, Louisa, is accused of 1st degree robbery when on Dec. 12 he knowingly and unlawfully, while in the course of committing the theft of $235 in cash from Speedway on Madison Street, used physical force while armed with a deadly weapon in an attempt to accomplish the theft.
Vicki Accord, 46, of Louisa, is charged with assistance fraud when between the months of April 2009 through May 2010 she allegedly made a false statement and failed to disclose material facts used to determine eligibility with the intent to defraud the assistance program, namely $3,874 in food stamps.
Misty Staton, 31, of Blaine is accused of assistance fraud when between the years and months of Sept. 2007 through Jan. 2010 she allegedly made a false statement and failed to disclose material facts used to determine eligibility with the intent to defraud the assistance program, namely $3,061.in medical benefits and $3,526 in food stamps.
#3 Nov 8, 2010
Thanks again Scooby-Doo for the update!
#4 Nov 10, 2010
I would like to also say 'Thank You' Appreciated.
NOVEMBER 9, 2010:
Three teens from Salyersville face drug and weapon charges following a traffic stop on U.S. 23.
Kentucky State Police arrested Eric Allen, 19, Shawn Desote, 19 and Christopher Green, 18, after stopping their vehicle for allegedly speeding near Louisa Sunday afternoon.
Troopers say that all three had an assortment of prescription type medications in their possession.
The teens were lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center
#5 Nov 10, 2010
Trooper Jack Hedges stopped the vehicle for speeding and found the three occupants had an assortment of prescription medication.
Eric D. Allen, 19, Shawn Desote, 19, and Christopher Green, 18, were arrested and charged with second-degree possession of a controlled substance, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, third-degree possession of controlled substance and having a prescription not in the proper container
Green also faces traffic charges.
#6 Nov 10, 2010
Eric D. Allen, 19, Shawn Desote, 19, and Christopher Green, 18, all were charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, carrying a concealed deadly weapon and having a prescription not in a proper container. Green also was charged with no insurance, speeding and failure to have a license, according to the release.
#7 Nov 10, 2010
Thank you Scooby-Doo for all the up-dates I know when you write it is the truth...
#8 Nov 10, 2010
Thanks for the support "THANK YOU".
NOVEMBER 10, 2010:
Troy Miller, 26, Louisa, was arraigned on a charge of complicity to burglary 3rd. According to court papers, Miller allegedly served as a look out for Trinity W Bailey, who burglarized the community fellowship church on or about October 2nd. Miller has a preliminary hearing scheduled for November 18th. His bond was set at $5000 cash. Miller also has two probation revocation hearings scheduled for the same day.
#9 Nov 11, 2010
It actually was Timothy Bailey.
#10 Nov 11, 2010
NOVEMBER 11, 2010:
The Kentucky State Police in Ashland have arrested an Ironton, Ohio resident for theft charges after he was suspected of stealing medicine from the medication dispensing machine at Three Rivers Medical Center in Louisa, KY.
The thefts occurred between October and November 2010.
Phillip Barker, age 37, was employed as a nurse at Three Rivers before he was arrested by Kentucky State Police officers for 140 counts of Theft of a Controlled Substance (Class D felony). Barker was arrested on 11-10-2010.
“The hospital is aware that a former employee has been arrested. The individual is no longer working at the hospital, said Angela Myrwold, spokesperson for TRMC.“The hospital takes this matter very seriously and is cooperating with the authorities. Because this is a matter that remains under investigation by the police, the hospital has no additional information to provide at this time.”
Additional charges may be pending and the case remains under investigation by Trooper Jack Hedges. Barker remains lodged in the Boyd County.
#11 Nov 12, 2010
Latest on Nurse Who Took Controlled Substances from Emergency Room:
The nurse accused of taking prescription medications from the Three Rivers Medical Center was arraigned in court Friday. A warrant taken out on 37 year-old Phillip Barker, of Ironton, Ohio states that between October 4th and November 3rd of this year Barker took controlled substances from the Three Rivers Medical Center E.R. and that this occurred on 140 separate occasions. The warrant was split in two charges one for 99 counts and the other for 41 counts of theft of controlled substances under three-hundred dollars. Barker was assigned a preliminary hearing for Thursday November 18th in Lawrence District Court. His bond was set for $5000 on each case making a total of $700.000.00 cash or full property. Barker is getting his own attorney.
#12 Nov 16, 2010
NOVEMBER 16, 2010:
James Vanhorn arraigned on 3 separate cases. First case: assault 4th. 2nd case: probation violation hearing–11 months suspended, and 3rd case: probation violation hearing–90 days suspended. Vanhorn has a pre-trial scheduled for December 1st–on all 3 cases.
Roger Jordan arraigned on charges of careless driving, driving DUI on a suspended license 1st-offense, DUI 2nd-offense, reckless driving, failure to signal. Jordan also has 2 probation violation hearings–one for 26 days suspended and one for 90 days suspended. Jordan has a pre-trial scheduled for December 1st on all cases.
Melvin Harmon arraigned for giving an officer a false name and possession of a controlled substance 3rd. Harmon has a pre-trial December 1st. His bond remains the same.
#13 Nov 16, 2010
....and TWO other guys with him. duh!
#14 Nov 29, 2010
NOVEMBER 29, 2010:
A Lawrence County woman was arrested Thanksgiving Day when she apparently decided to do her Christmas shopping early — and without paying for her items. Ricki Kimbler, 22, of Dover, Fla., is charged with criminal mischief, possession of burglary tools, theft by unlawful taking over $500 and 1st degree fleeing.
According to a police report by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, Kimbler, along with Joseph Muncy, 26, of Ulysses were arrested after officers responded to an alarm at Louisa Tractor Supply where two mini-motorcycles had allegedly been stolen.
The officers spotted a blue Ford with a female driving and a male on the passenger side matching the description given by the store’s management. The police report says that when the officer turned on his lights and stopped the vehicle, Muncy exited the vehicle and the officer started a foot pursuit.
Ms. Kimbler then fled in her vehicle at a high rate of speed. Deputy Chuck Jackson then stopped his pursuit of Muncy and followed the vehicle citing in his report that there were cars on KY 32 who were leaving the roadway to get out of the path of the fleeing vehicle. Kimbler then turned on Greenbriar Road where she was arrested.
During the arrest the officer spotted burglary tools (bolt cutters) in the vehicle along with the two mini bikes also in the vehicle. Kimbler identified the male who fled as being Muncy who was arrested three days later on Nov. 28.
When police arrived at the residence where Muncy was located, after a complaint he was causing problems at the residence, police said he attempted to flee again, but gave up running after a few minutes. While being arrested, police found a bandanna in his right sock that had a shot glass with white residue in it, a medicine cup in a cellaphane wrapper which Muncy told police contained Roxycodone, a schedule II narcotic. Muncy was charged with fleeing, possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
Muncy was also charged with theft by unlawful taking over $500, criminal mischief and fleeing in relation to the Thanksgiving Day incident. Both Kimbler and Muncy are lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center pending arraignment.
#15 Dec 1, 2010
DECEMBER 1, 2010:
A Louisa woman was arrested and charged with several crimes Nov. 29 ranging from theft, causing an accident and not paying child support.
Sandra Hatfield, 30, of 172 Cardinal Road, was apprehended by Lawrence County Deputy Mark Wheeler after she allegedly took a credit card belonging to well known local businesswoman Susie Chambers, a long time employee of the Louisa Coca-Cola plant.
According to a police report they received a call from Chambers stating that her wallet had been stolen around 9 a.m. from her employment at the Louisa Coca Cola Plant and that she had been advised by store managers in the Wal-Mart Plaza that it had been used at WalMart, Hibbet’s Sporting Goods and other stores. The amounts spent at the locations exceeded $500.
A friend of Chambers then went to the plaza looking for Hatfield upon being advised that the credit card was being used. The unidentified friend later spotted Hatfield leaving the Louisa Plaza near Pamida’s and followed the suspect’s vehicle, which turned onto Rt. 32 after exiting the plaza on Cemetery Rd. During that vehicle chase, Hatfield struck a 2003 Mustang driven by Patricia Lewis, 47, of Louisa but did not stop at that point. Lewis had four other passengers in her vehicle including her two month old grandson. No injuries were reported in the incident.
The suspect then headed south on U.S. 23 where Deputy Wheeler then caught up with her with the assistance of Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies, who had been alerted about the situation and were waiting near the Johnson County line to assist in her apprehension. Hatfield was caught near the Johnson County line at Horse Picture Road.
When police caught up with Hatfield she admiited to leaving the scene of the accident, according to the report.
Once police apprehended Hatfield they found the items Hatfield purchased with the stolen credit card in the Windstar Van she was driving.
Hatfield also had a minor, her 16 year old daughter, in the vehicle with her and police said the juvenile was cited and released to the custody of her grandparents.
Hatfield was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, leaving the scene of an accident, unlawful transaction with a minor, bench warrants for past fraudulent credit card charges, and also served a child support order that contained arrearages on support payments.
Police say that Hatdfield was also involved in another theft at a church function when a woman’s purse was stolen. Police say charges are still pending on that incident that happened Nov. 28.
Hatfield was lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center pending arraignment.
#16 Dec 1, 2010
this stuff is all old news when posted....saw it already?? this is no secret scooby doo
#17 Dec 1, 2010
For your information our Scooby Doo does a fantastic job of getting the Judicial Report out. He must have stepped on your toes by printing the truth. So back off and let him do his job.
#18 Dec 2, 2010
That's right. Leave Scooby alone.
He/she pastes these snippets here for folks that can't afford the Levisa Lazer.:>D
#19 Dec 2, 2010
Well said Major.
“When somethings dark, let”
Since: Sep 09
me shed a little light on it!
#20 Dec 3, 2010
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