Wednesday police news 100103

October 01, 2003

Liberty man charged with assault

LIBERTY - Rodney Perkins, 253 Dry Ridge Road, Liberty, has been charged with fourth-degree assault, court records show.

Perkins is accused of causing physical injury to Jessie A. Pingleton by choking and beating him in the face with his fist. Pingleton was treated at Casey County Hospital. The incident occurred Sept. 23, according to the complaint.

Dunnville man faces charges

LIBERTY - Dennis K. Davis, 18, of 114 River Road, Dunnville, was charged Thursday with theft by unlawful taking over $300, unauthorized use of a vehicle, alcohol intoxication in a public place and third-degree criminal mischief, court records show.

Deputy Sheriff Chad G. Weddle reported that Davis broke a window to gain entrance to a vehicle owned by Leo D. Lopez on River Road, Dunnville, and removed a CD player, camera, jumper cables and shoes and clothing.


Casey man charged on six offenses

LIBERTY -Rodney Fair, 26, of 226 Creston Water Tower Hill, Liberty, faces charges on six offenses during his arrest Sept. 24 at his residence, court records show.

Fair is charged with first-degree wanton endangerment, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, alcohol intoxication, disarming a peace officer and third-degree criminal mischief.

Deputy Sheriff Dennis Allen reported that Fair grabbed his gun while it was in the holster and deprived the officer from use of the firearm. Allen also got paint on his trousers from Fair's residence.

Man arrested on marijuana charges

LIBERTY - Randy W. Luttrell, 19, of 167 Wall St., Liberty, has been charged with trafficking in a controlled substance near a school, court records show.

Luttrell was charged Sept. 23 at the Courtyard Barbecue restaurant by city Officer Steven Garrett.

Luttrell is accused of trafficking in marijuana less than 1,000 yards from Liberty Elementary School; selling a controlled substance to a minor, possession and trafficking in marijuana, and alcohol intoxication in a public place.

The records show that Luttrell allegedly had 16 marijuana cigarettes, three plastic bags of marijuana, and $122 in cash in his possession.

Charges placed against Casey man

LIBERTY - Richard D. Long, 28, of 24 Hwy. 49, Liberty, has been charged with criminal trespassing, resisting arrest and assault, court records show.

Long was accused Sunday of entering a dwelling on East Ky. 70 and refused to leave after being asked then became violent while Constable Steven A. Cochran attempted to make the arrest. Long allegedly hit the officer at least three times.

Man tries to steal pizza

HARRODSBURG - Matthew C. Mills, 25, of 638 Greenbriar Drive, is being held at the Boyle County Detention Center on several charges related to an attempt to steal a pizza from a Pharaoh's Pizza delivery person.

When the delivery person arrived, Mills took delivery and told him to go around to the back door to be paid because of mean dog.

The person waited for about 10 minutes at the door and then went back to the front door.

Mills allegedly turned off the lights and refused to answer the door to pay for the pizza. When officers arrived at the scene they saw Mills run out the back door dressed only in his underwear.

When police apprehended him, the delivery person identified him.

He was charged with theft by deception, alcohol intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and on an indictment warrant from Taylor County. His bond is set at $800. Officers Scott Elder, Robert Lad and Jason Elder investigated the case.

Woman arrested, strikes, kicks officer

HARRODSBURG - Kelly J. Stratton, 26, of Moberly Road, was arrested early today after she refused to leave a residence at165 Eminence Ave.

Officer Granville Peyton reported in a police department press release that Stratton was under the influence of intoxicants and was disorderly. Once she was arrested she began striking and kicking Officer Granville Peyton, the arresting officer.

She is charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and third-degree assault. Police report she was taken to Boyle County Detention Center but there was no record or her having been at the jail.


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