Michael Oliver, 58, of Richmond, reported to Winchester Police that a known juvenile stole his golf cart, valued at $1,800. It was returned, damaged, in a field behind his residence.
Gerald E. Wells, 58, of 4446 Combs Ferry Road, reported to the Clark County Sheriff's Office on Sept. 19 that someone busted in his back door and stole 250 rolls of uncirculated state quarters, 150 rolls of uncirculated nickels, 82 silver dollars, and a digital camera. The total value of the theft was $3,632.
Winchester Police charged Tiffany R. Smith, 20, of 225 Buffalo Trace, with a Breathitt County warrant for theft by unlawful taking.
Winchester Police charged Robert K. Byrd, 29, of 52 Willow Drive with a warrant for fraudulent use of a credit card.
Winchester Police charged Tina L. Richardson, 27, of Lexington with not having her rear license illuminated and driving on a suspended operator's license.
A juvenile driving an Oldsmobile and another driving a Hyundai were backing out of parking spaces at George Rogers Clark High School when their vehicles collided, causing minor damage. There were no injuries.
The Clark County Fire Department responded to 137 Summerhill Way on Sept. 21 at 8:32 a.m. after a report about a smell of smoke. Upon arrival, nothing was found.
The Winchester Fire/EMS responded to one fall, 12 evaluations, three seizures, one stroke, and one cardiac.