Tuesday police news 0106

January 06, 2004

Female suspect scuffles with police

HARRODSBURG - Angela Goodlett, 37, of 549 Newby Drive, is being held in the Boyle County Detention Center on a $5,000 cash bond after she allegedly fought police as they tried to arrest her Friday afternoon.

Police responded to a complaint from the owner of Speed Queen Laundry saying Goodlett had caused property damage and the owner wanted her to leave. When police arrived, the owner said the suspect had thrown water in her face.

When police tried to subdue Goodlett, she allegedly threw wet garments at them and threw water in Officer Gerald Wooldridge's face. She became combative, police said, and began fighting with officers.


As Goodlett was taken to be processed at the police department, Detective Bobby Durham tried to help her from the car and she spat in his face, police said.

Inside the booking area, she managed to free herself from handcuffs and swung them violently at officers until she was again subdued by Wooldridge and Durham.

She is being held on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and third-degree assault on a police officer. Chaplin Sgt. Terry Cornish assisted with the case.

Drug charges dismissed

HARRODSBURG - Clark Sims, 39, of 435 Elm St. is being held in the Boyle County Detention Center on a probation violation after his arrest Saturday by Harrodsburg police.

Police said Sims had drug paraphernalia in plain view, and when he was searched, police said they found marijuana in a cigarette pack. However, the drug charges were dismissed in court Monday.

Officer Jason Elder investigated.

Police report drugs found in search

HARRODSBURG - Doug Williams, 29, of 830 N. College St., No. 152, has been released on 10 percent of a $2,000 bond following his arrest on drug charges.

A car driven by James Demaree was stopped on West Lane early Sunday morning. The driver gave police permission to search the vehicle, and police asked Williams, a passenger, to step out of the vehicle. He consented to a search, which turned up a prescription bottle containing Lortab, Percocet and Xanax, police said.

Williams was arrested and charged with three counts of third-degree possession of a controlled substance and one count of prescription not in proper container.

Police make arrest in domestic case

HARRODSBURG - Steven Lloyd Reeves, 33, of 729 Chestnut St., is being held without bond in the Boyle County Detention Center after his arrest Sunday evening.

Police responded to a domestic disturbance and, when they arrived, Reeves met them at the door carrying a hammer. When he refused to drop the hammer, police arrested him.

He is charged with menacing, fourth-degree assault, domestic violence and third-degree possession of a controlled substance.

License plate stolen

Danville police investigated the theft of a license plate from a vehicle at 8:30 a.m. Friday. The car, owned by Janice Knight of Junction City, was parked in the Big Lots parking lot.

Danville woman reports missing wallet

Melony Ball reported the theft of a wallet containing cash and personal items at 9:45 p.m. Monday. The wallet was stolen at 100 Shakerpoint Drive.|None***

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