â?¢ Crystal Ball of 202 Washington Square was attempting to merge onto Interstate 64 at 11:23 a.m. Tuesday. Eddie P. Plants of College Corner, Ohio, was traveling west on Interstate 64 in the slow lane when Ball pulled out in front of him. Plants attempted to get over, but there was a semi-truck in the fast lane, preventing him from getting over. Plants' vehicle sustained damage to the driver's side mirror.
â?¢ Ray Rowland of Irvine was backing up on Milwood Drive at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday when he struck a vehicle operated by Shawna Johnson of 161 Milwood Drive, causing minor damage to both vehicles.
â?¢ Steven C. Chaney of 561 Market St. was charged on Monday with receiving stolen property.
â?¢ William Samuel Tays, 37, of 386 Gist Drive was charged on Wednesday with failure to signal, driving on a DUI suspended license, failure to maintain insurance, driving under the influence, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
â?¢ Quintin Warford, 23, of Richmond was charged on Tuesday with license to be in possession, failure to maintain insurance and possession of an open alcohol container in a motor vehicle. He was also served a Richmond warrant for failing to appear.
â?¢ Sabra J. Flickinger, 31, of 102A Strode Station Circle was served a warrant on Tuesday for failure to appear.
â?¢ Bradley S. Downs, 19, of Stanton was charged on Wednesday with theft by unlawful taking, failure to maintain insurance, failure to notify the department of motor vehicles of an address change and possession of drug paraphernalia.
â?¢ Anthony S. Davis, 34, of Stanton was charged on Tuesday with no signal, operating on a suspended license and failure to surrender a revoked license. He was also served a Powell County warrant Wednesday for failing to appear.
â?¢ Shelley R. Richards, 22, of Richmond was charged on Wednesday with theft by unlawful taking and not having a prescription-controlled substance in the proper container.
â?¢ Winchester Fire-EMS personnel performed seven evaluations and responded to one fall and two cardiac emergencies.