Police News for Oct. 4

October 04, 2004

Man charged after fight reported

LIBERTY - Tom Foster Jr., 24, of 253 Middleburg St., was arrested Saturday after he reportedly got into a fight with Jeffrey Rayburn at Frank's Store in Clementsville, police said.

Deputy Sheriffs Dennis Allen and Chad Weddle were called to the scene where a fight was apparently in progress.

Foster is charged with third-degree assault on a police officer - Deputy Weddle; resisting arrest; third-degree terroristic threatening; third degree criminal mischief; and second-degree fleeing or evading police. Foster was lodged in Casey County Detention Center.

Two arrested on drug charges

LIBERTY - Two men were arrested Saturday on drug-related charges on Ky. 80 in Casey County, police said.

Allen L. Gaddis, 22, of 704 Poodle Doo Road, Liberty, and Jonathan Ware, 22, of Nancy, were arrested by Casey County Deputies Dennis Allen and Chad Weddle.


Gaddis was charged with trafficking in more than 8 ounces and less than 5 pounds of marijuana, having an open container of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle and alcohol intoxication.

Ware was charged with trafficking in more than 8 ounces and less than 5 pounds of marijuana, driving under the influence of intoxicants, no tail lights and passing a vehicle on a double line.

Both were lodged in Casey County Detention Center.

Realty company windows broken

HARRODSBURG - Broken windows at the Edwin Freeman Realty office on South Chiles Street has led to the arrest of Chris Chastine, 21, 212 W. Office St.

Chastine was charged with first-degree criminal mischief and alcohol intoxication. Police reported that while intoxicated, Chastine went to the realty office at 9: 20 p.m. Friday and "struck several windows causing them to break."

Chastine was lodged in the Boyle County Jail.

Sgt. J.T. Thomas is the investigation officer.

Man arrested on possession charge

HARRODSBURG - Anthony Matherly, 22, 422 N. Greenville St., was arrested Friday and charged with possession of marijuana.

Matherly was stopped in response to a complaint about a group of people smoking the drug in the area of Greenville and Factory streets.

Police said Matherly waived his Miranda rights and admitted to possession, turning over the substance to Patrolman Josh Devine.

Vandal of vehicle is sought

HARRODSBURG - Police are looking for someone who damaged a vehicle parked at a residence.

Daphyne Wilham, 665 Beaumont Ave., reported Sunday that the passenger side mirror of her car was damaged by vandals.

Police say that in the early morning hours of Sunday someone hit the mirror with what appears to have been a blunt object. The vehicle was parked in front of Wilham's home.

Anyone with information about this crime should contact the Harrodsburg Police Department at (859) 734-3311.

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