Lawrence County Judicial Report #4

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SCOOBY-DOO

Salyersville, KY

#1 Dec 10, 2010
DECEMBER 10, 2010:

Brenda Johnson, 42, of Old Fallsburg Road was arrested Dec. 3 by Deputy George Williams. According to the arrest citation, police received a complaint from Anthony Young that Johnson had been coming to the home of Roy Holbrook and haraassing them. Dep. Williams, knowing Johnson had felony warrants against her, went to locate her at her residence. Williams stated that he observed Johnson coming outside her home. Williams stated that when he told her who he was she ran back in her trailer and attempted to run out the back door. According to the police report Williams tackled Johnson in order to get her to stop running. Johnson was charged with first degree fleeing and resisiting arrest. Johnson’s prior felony charges involve drug trafficking.

Roger Hylton, 56, of Madison Street. Hylton was arrested Dec. 3 by Dep. Mark Wheeler for operating a motor vehicle while allegedly under the influence. According to the police report, Wheeler responded to a call saying Hylton left KFC and was weaving from side to side. When police stopped him they said they believed he was manifestly intoxicated and became irrate with officers, screamng and cursing at them.

Justin Adkins, 22, of Inez, was arrested Dec. 4 and charged with alcohol intoxication, fourth degree assault, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after he allegedly went to the residence of Larry Skaggs and kicked down his door and broke a glass window. According to the arrest report, Adkins also broke out windows in a car and was screaming in Skaggs’ front yard causing annoyance to the neighbors. Police reported that Adkins went to the residence because his wife was there.

Shawn Davis, 33, of Inez, was arrested by Dep. W. Mynhier, Dec. 5 and charged with alcohol intoxication after he was asked to step out of a vehicle that was stopped by Officer Greg Powers from Louisa Police Department and observed by Deputy Mynhier as being manifestly intoxicated.

Wilma Stambaugh, 50, of Knotty Poplar, was arrested and charged operating a motor vehicle under the influence. According to the arrest citation, police received a complaint of a female motorist in the ditch. When Dep. Chuck Jackson arrived he reported that the driver arrived at the location where the car was in the ditch and identified herself as the driver. Dep. Jackson said he detected a strong odor of alcohol on Stambaugh. Dep. Jackson said she advised him that she had been drinking and was on pain medication.

Leroy and Barbara Harless on Dec. 7, of South HWY 3. Leroy Harless was charged with fourth degree assault (domestic violence), third degree assault of a police officer, resisting arrest and terroristic threatening. His wife, Barbara, was charged with fourth degree assault (domestic violence), third degree assault of a police officer and menacing.

All subjects were lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.
SCOOBY-DOO

Salyersville, KY

#2 Dec 14, 2010
DECEMBER 13, 2010:

Lisa Schaeffer, 47, who was elected to a city council position in the November City Council race, was arrested by city police on a domestic assault charge related to an altercation with a family member.

The police report states the following: On Thursday 12/9/10 at approximately 7:55 PM Officer Mason Keefer received a call that a juenile had been assaulted by a parent and had fled to a friend’s house approximately 1 mile away. Upon further investigation, it was determined that Lisa M. Schaeffer, 47, of Louisa, had struck the juvenile in the face with her hand causing minor injury. Mrs. Schaeffer was arrested and charged with Assault 4th (Domestic Violence) Minor Injury and lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center without incident.

Troy R. Baldwin, 42, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 2 on KY 3 for Reckless driving, No Insurance 1st, Possession of legend drug, DUI 2nd offense, Failure to notify address change.

Clayton Cochran, 33, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 3 for Assault 4th Domestic at Falls Creek.

Jonathan Lester, 21, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 3 on Madison Street for Driving on DUI suspened license, no insurance 1st.

James Barker, 19, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 4 on Alcohol Intoxication 2nd Offense at Pike Street.

Bobby Fletcher, 35, of Debord, Ky. was arrested on Dec. 5 on HWY. 2565 on a Boyd County, Ky. Bench Warrant.

Robert Cornette, 40, of Inez, Ky. was arrested Dec 5. on HWY. 2565 for Alcohol Intoxication 1st Offense.

Vanessa Dillion, 22, of Fort Gay, WV. was arrested Dec. 5 for Public Intoxication at Food City.

Michael Davis, 20, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 5 on an Arrest warrant at Main Cross Street.

Kelly S. West, 30, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 5. on Old Lick Creek Road for Driving on susp. license, Failure to produce insurance card.

Sumpter, Bruce Sumpter, 22, of Falmouth, Ky was arrested Dec. 7 at the Louisa Police Department on a Pendleton County, Ky. Bench Warrant.

Joshua Webb, 28, of Louisa was arrested on Dec. 9 at Southland Drive on a Served Bench Warrant.

Billie Reynolds, 34, of Ft. Gay, WV was arrested Dec 9.on Madison Street for No Insurance 1st, Driving on suspended license.

Sonya Belt, 30, of Crum, WV was arrested Dec. 10 on Town Hill for Shoplifting, Poss cont sub 3rd degree X2, Poss drug paraphernalia, Possession of a controlled substance 1st degree.

Rodney Barker. 39, of Louisa was arrested Dec. 12 for Assault 4th degree Domestic at West Main Street.
Giggles

United States

#3 Dec 14, 2010
SCOOBY-DOO wrote:
DECEMBER 10, 2010:
Brenda Johnson, 42, of Old Fallsburg Road was arrested Dec. 3 by Deputy George Williams. According to the arrest citation, police received a complaint from Anthony Young that Johnson had been coming to the home of Roy Holbrook and haraassing them. Dep. Williams, knowing Johnson had felony warrants against her, went to locate her at her residence. Williams stated that he observed Johnson coming outside her home. Williams stated that when he told her who he was she ran back in her trailer and attempted to run out the back door. According to the police report Williams tackled Johnson in order to get her to stop running. Johnson was charged with first degree fleeing and resisiting arrest. Johnson’s prior felony charges involve drug trafficking.
Thanks again Scooby-Doo! Roger Hylton, 56, of Madison Street. Hylton was arrested Dec. 3 by Dep. Mark Wheeler for operating a motor vehicle while allegedly under the influence. According to the police report, Wheeler responded to a call saying Hylton left KFC and was weaving from side to side. When police stopped him they said they believed he was manifestly intoxicated and became irrate with officers, screamng and cursing at them.
Justin Adkins, 22, of Inez, was arrested Dec. 4 and charged with alcohol intoxication, fourth degree assault, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after he allegedly went to the residence of Larry Skaggs and kicked down his door and broke a glass window. According to the arrest report, Adkins also broke out windows in a car and was screaming in Skaggs’ front yard causing annoyance to the neighbors. Police reported that Adkins went to the residence because his wife was there.
Shawn Davis, 33, of Inez, was arrested by Dep. W. Mynhier, Dec. 5 and charged with alcohol intoxication after he was asked to step out of a vehicle that was stopped by Officer Greg Powers from Louisa Police Department and observed by Deputy Mynhier as being manifestly intoxicated.
Wilma Stambaugh, 50, of Knotty Poplar, was arrested and charged operating a motor vehicle under the influence. According to the arrest citation, police received a complaint of a female motorist in the ditch. When Dep. Chuck Jackson arrived he reported that the driver arrived at the location where the car was in the ditch and identified herself as the driver. Dep. Jackson said he detected a strong odor of alcohol on Stambaugh. Dep. Jackson said she advised him that she had been drinking and was on pain medication.
Leroy and Barbara Harless on Dec. 7, of South HWY 3. Leroy Harless was charged with fourth degree assault (domestic violence), third degree assault of a police officer, resisting arrest and terroristic threatening. His wife, Barbara, was charged with fourth degree assault (domestic violence), third degree assault of a police officer and menacing.
All subjects were lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.
Thanks again Scooby-Doo for taking up your time to keep us informed.
THANKS

Richmond, KY

#4 Dec 14, 2010
THANKS SCOOBY IWAIT TO READ YOUR REPORTS ALL THE TIME ALSO YOUR COMMENTS. BEEN READING YOUR REPORTS SINCE YOU STARTED WRITING KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK..
CitizenCAN

Salyersville, KY

#5 Dec 14, 2010
Are these reports posted in the local newspapers? Just curious. I appreciate knowing who has been arrested, etc. I detest having to buy a BSN anyways, it never has anything good in it about Law. Co.
SCOOBY-D00

Salyersville, KY

#6 Dec 15, 2010
DECEMBER 15, 2010:

Christmastime is the season of giving, but a few young men are in trouble after being accused of taking children's presents from a church.
Kentucky State Police say three suspects broke into the Louisa Church of God Sunday and Monday nights.

They went through bags of receipts in the treasurer's office and left a big mess, apparently looking for cash.

"It's devastating to think someone would have that much lack of respect for God's house," treasurer Paulette Simpson said.

The thieves left with a stack of wrapped Christmas presents the church's kids had gotten for each other.

"Your first reaction, you get mad,” Pastor Paul Stepp said.“Then you kind of get disappointed."

Tuesday state police charged two male juveniles and 18-year-old Brandon Pack with the burglaries.

"I feel sorry for the boys, the juveniles,” Simpson said.“I hope and pray this will turn them around to know that they cannot do evil and expect to get away with it.”

Pastor Stepp says the church will make sure the kids get new presents, but he wants the suspects to realize there was no way they could succeed in stealing Christmas joy.

“We'll celebrate the birth of our savior,” he said.“We know the lord came to save all, and my prayer is that these young men that have come in and done this, that they'll know about our savior and they'll give their lives to our savior."

Church officials say this was the fifth break-in they've dealt with in the past five months.

They say this year, the church's Christmas gift to itself will be a new security system.

Trooper Eric Gibson responded to both burglaries of the church at Swan Lane just outside the city limits of Louisa, which occurred during the evening hours of December 13 and 14. Thieves gained entry by prying open one of the doors to the church. Once inside, the suspects took wrapped Christmas presents that had been donated to the church to distribute to needy families in Lawrence County. Also taken was a set of stereo speakers.

Trooper Gibson and Detective Mike Murriell were able to locate enough evidence at the scene to determine who was involved with the break-ins.

The three suspects charged include two male juveniles and one adult (Brandon Pack age 18 of Louisa, KY). All three were charged on 12-14-2010 with one count of Burglary Third Degree, Class D Felony.

Pack was lodged in the Big Sandy Detention Center. One juvenile was transported and lodged in the Boyd County Juvenile Detention Center while the other juvenile was cited to court.

A portion of the stolen property was recovered and returned to the owner.

Additional charges may be pending against all three suspects
old news

Georgetown, KY

#7 Dec 16, 2010
this crap is all old news!!
COMMENT

United States

#8 Dec 16, 2010
old news wrote:
this crap is all old news!!
IT MAY BE CRAP AND OLD NEWS TO YOU,BUT OTHERS IT MAY NOT BE, SO IF YOU DON'T LIKE DON'T READ IT..i FOR ONE LIKE IT AND GLAD SCOOBY PRINTS IT ON HERE...YOU MUST BE ONE OF THEM THEY CAUGHT... WHAT'S WRONG DON'T WANT TO SEE YOUR NAME TWICE???
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK SCOOBY YOU HAVE A LOT THAT FANS..
old news

Georgetown, KY

#9 Dec 16, 2010
no my name has never been on here but when wsaz and the levisa have had it on there since yesterday and have aired it twice already..it is therefore "old news". now as for your own self....take it up with scooby for posting crap that doesn't get heard of at ALL. that's reporting in my book. half the stuff on here is old news. sorry comment but read the online sources and watch the tv more often.
Pro me

Winchester, KY

#10 Dec 16, 2010
old news wrote:
no my name has never been on here but when wsaz and the levisa have had it on there since yesterday and have aired it twice already..it is therefore "old news". now as for your own self....take it up with scooby for posting crap that doesn't get heard of at ALL. that's reporting in my book. half the stuff on here is old news. sorry comment but read the online sources and watch the tv more often.
LEAVE SCOOBY ALONE.

He/she does'nt complain about your worthless drivel.
COMMENT

United States

#11 Dec 16, 2010
Un like you I don't get to sit on my ass all the time and watch the NEWS or get to stay on the computer unlike you do, I work!!! and my hours does not surround the time when the news comes on so suck it up, who cares what you think, if it's old news sometimes it's new news to me and others,AND DON'T GET ON HERE AND TELL ME WHAT TO DO LIKE I SAID I DON'T GET TO SET ON MY ASS AND AS YOU WROTE WATCH THE TV MORE OFTEN...
Thanks again Scooby keep writing and we will keep reading because some of us work under ground and don't see day light very often, maybe (old news) gets to so (old news) keep your smart ass remarks to your self.....
old news

Georgetown, KY

#12 Dec 16, 2010
Well comment from Pikeville, looks like your arse has been on her 3 hrs. ago and 1 hr. ago so what have you been doing on this lovely, snowy day???? I do like to watch the noon news and proud of it. Also the computer is handy for me and the same for you it looks like. But yeah his stuff is "old news".
COMMENT

United States

#13 Dec 16, 2010
Well glad you are keeping up with my hours I get to be on here,tell you what I am getting ready to go back under ground to work so your ass can sit and watch TV be sure and watch the 6:00 news for me..but don't tell me about it rather read it from SCOOBY..you ass ho......
Giggles

United States

#14 Dec 16, 2010
old news wrote:
Well comment from Pikeville, looks like your arse has been on her 3 hrs. ago and 1 hr. ago so what have you been doing on this lovely, snowy day???? I do like to watch the noon news and proud of it. Also the computer is handy for me and the same for you it looks like. But yeah his stuff is "old news".
Have you ever heard of someone having a day off??? Comment can't work 24/7 just so your sorry arse can live on the computer... So shut up and leave Comment an Scooby Doo alone. Thank you Scooby Doo = you're great! At least your info. seems to always be accurate, unlike some other comments on here.
nomore

Salyersville, KY

#15 Dec 16, 2010
These judicial reports need to stop.
comment

Georgetown, KY

#16 Dec 16, 2010
COMMENT wrote:
Well glad you are keeping up with my hours I get to be on here,tell you what I am getting ready to go back under ground to work so your ass can sit and watch TV be sure and watch the 6:00 news for me..but don't tell me about it rather read it from SCOOBY..you ass ho......
Well if you go underground to work...I will let you know what happens on the news so that Scooby doesn't repeat what he/she has heard. And by the way...what makes you think I don't work??? Just maybe I have better hours than you do :))) And for the record...I am married and do have sufficient income and not living on the system and the last time I looked I do have a big ARSE!!!! So now take that and stick it where your sun don't shine..underground.
Responder1

Salyersville, KY

#17 Dec 16, 2010
nomore wrote:
These judicial reports need to stop.
NO.....these reports need to remain. You don't like it...go read the Big Sandy News.
SCOOBY-D00

Salyersville, KY

#18 Dec 21, 2010
DECEMBER 21, 2010:

Howard J. Adkins, 31, of Louisa, arrested De. 17 for second offense possession of a forged instrument. According to the citation, Adkins is on a $5,000 cash bond.

Stamper Carpenter, 33, of West Van Lear, was arrested Dec. 17 after police responded to a suspicious vehicle traveling “back and forth” on Nelson Branch. When Dep. Chuck Jackson pulled the vehicle over he found that Carpenter had (6) Lorcet 10’s and advised Dep. Jackson that he had just bought them off a friend. Carpenter was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Vondy Jude, 33, of Lowmansville was arrested De. 18 and charged with theft by unlawful taking when he allegedly stole (3) logging chains off a truck. Jude told police he did steal the chains and they were returned to the owner.

Christopher Jones, 26, of Louisa, was arrested Dec. 18 and charged with theft by unalwful taking, trespassing, operatiing on suspended license and giving officer false information. According to the arrest report, police responded to an alarm drop at Mountain Enterprise 22637 HWY 23 and upon arriving they observed Jones loading scrap metal in the back of a truck. Police contacted the manager of the property and he told them no one should be there. The report also states that Jones gave police his brother’s name and birthdate when he was confronted as to why he was there. Another arrest report on Jones for the same date charges him with possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication when police found a syringe in a cigar box in his vehicle. Police also stated that Jones appeared to be manifestly intoxicated at the time of his arrest.

Christopher Castle, 22, of Ulysses, was arrested Dec. 18 and charged with operating on suspended license. Castle was observed backing into the Animal Clinic on US 23 near a pop machine. When police approached him they found his license to be expired and suspended. Castle told them that he knew they had expired but did not know they were suspended as well.

Buretta Meade, 48, of Louisa was arrested on a bench warrant.

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old news

Winchester, KY

#19 Dec 21, 2010
it's already posted on the levisa lazer, lol
Driving Dina

Provo, UT

#20 Feb 16, 2011
Thanks for the updates on police arrests in the area. The DUI cases are frustrating because people really should know better than to endanger themselves and others like that. This is a basic principle taught in driving schools across the country. http://www.coastalcarolinadrivingschool.net

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