Two charged in Casey with forgery
LIBERTY - Two Casey County residents have been charged with forgery, police said.
William R. "Billy" Wethington, 39, of 455 Whipp Ave., Liberty, was charged Monday with first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He is accused of cashing a $6,000 counterfeit check at the Casey County Bank, according to a citation by Sheriff Jerry Coffman.
Karen Turpin, 24, of 1362 Martins Creek Road, Liberty, was charged Sept. 16 with second-degree forgery. She is accused of passing a $90 check drawn on Farmers Deposit Bank Aug. 14 at Dutchman's Market. Turpin is under a $2,000 bond.
Constable Tim Coffman and Sheriff Jerry Coffman investigated.
Casey man faces drug, fleeing charges
LIBERTY - Jimmy D. Robbins, 20, of 355 Trammel St., Liberty, was arrested Friday on drug-related charges, city police said.
Robbins was charged with marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, second-degree fleeing or evading police, and public intoxication, according to a citation by Officer Shawn Hines.