- Laura M. Johnson, 34, of Winchester was served a warrant Thursday for failing to appear.
- Tommy Lynch of 22 W. Lexington Ave. reported at 7:20 a.m. Wednesday that someone broke into the business and went through several drawers, taking items, including a television and a stereo. The total value of the theft was $100.
- An employee of the cleaning crew of Kidz Haven Daycare, Westwood Drive, reported at 3:33 a.m. Thursday that there was a window in the back of the business broken out and blood on the floor throughout the building. When the owners arrived, they did not notice anything missing. However, someone went through a medicine box and a filing cabinet.
- Rebecca G. McCraith, 33, of 617 Boone Ave. reported at 7:05 a.m. Thursday that someone stole several items from her vehicle while it was parked at her residence. Items taken included a DVD player, a cell phone car charger and $5 worth of change.
- Randall S. McKenzie, 50, of 3616 Stamper Drive reported at 6:49 a.m. Thursday that sometime during the night, someone entered his vehicle and took several items, including five gallons of gas, five packs of cigarettes, an unknown amount of change and a few lottery tickets. The total value of the theft was $50.
- Cathy I. Hisle, 19, of 63 Memorial Park reported at 8:25 a.m. Thursday that she has been harassed for the past year by a known female.
- Stacy Davis, 29, of 300 CG Stephenson Drive, No. 703 reported at 2 p.m. Thursday that a known male took $300 from her purse last month. She did not report the crime until now because she was giving the suspect a chance to pay it back.
- Jason H. Holliman, 32, of 25 S. Main St. reported at 12:29 a.m. today that he was assaulted by two known males.
- Police were called to a non-injury collision on Boone Avenue near College Street at 8:42 p.m. Tuesday. Upon their arrival, Henry Mack of 367 W. Washington St. told police that a car driven by Janet Watts of 210 Blair Ave. had slowed down while another car made a left turn into a driveway when he struck Watts' vehicle in the rear. Watts told police she was slowing down when she was struck in the rear. Watts' vehicle sustained minor damage and Mack's vehicle sustained minor to moderate damage.
- Christy Lusk of Georgetown told police she didn't see a car driven by Charlotte Jernigan of Lexington while she was changing lanes at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and Maple Street at 8:59 a.m. Thursday, and struck Jernigan's vehicle in the side. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.
- Mathew Renau of Richmond told police that he struck a car driven by Victor Kolodjeski of Lexington at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and Bypass Road at 12:23 p.m. Thursday. Both vehicles sustained minor damage.
- Jefferey T. King of No. 3 Nunnelly Court told police at 1:37 p.m. Wednesday that someone struck his vehicle while it was parked in the Lowe's parking lot and left the scene. King said he was inside the store when the accident occurred.
- Kevin R. Crouch of Sharpsburg was injured and transported to Clark Regional Medical Center following a collision at 2:34 p.m. Thursday. He was attempting to merge onto westbound Interstate 64 at mile marker 96 when another vehicle cut in front of him, causing him to collide with the guard rail. His truck sustained minor damage.
- Roy B. Abner of 323 S. Burns Ave. was injured and transported to Clark Regional Medical Center following a collision on S. Burns Avenue at 6:24 p.m. Thursday. He told police he was south on Burns Avenue when he lost traction on his motorcycle and hit the brakes and lost control, then hit the curb on the west side of the street, causing him to be ejected off the bike onto the sidewalk. The motorcycle sustained minor to moderate damage.
- Brett Huseby Jr., 21, of Clay City was charged Thursday with failure to illuminate head lamps, failure to wear seat belts, failure to maintain insurance and no operator's license.
- The Clark County Fire Department and Winchester Fire-EMS personnel responded to a one-vehicle injury accident at 1:16 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 64 at mile marker 103 in the westbound lane. One vehicle was involved and a victim had to be extricated from the vehicle. Names of the driver and passengers was unavailable this morning.
- Winchester Fire-EMS personnel performed three evaluations and responded to one fall, one report of back pain, four accidents and one washer fire Thursday.