Green was charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, and owes just under $500 in fines due to her two warrants, one for non-payment of fines, and the other for contempt of court.
Green was being held without bond Saturday at the Boyle County Detention Center.
Juveniles suspected in candy bar theft
JUNCTION CITY - The West End Grocery in Junction City was broken into sometime early Saturday morning, and police say they may already know who the culprits are.
"All they stole was a massive quantity of candy bars," said Deputy Marty Elliott. Elliott said Deputy Jody Adams and Junction City Police Chief Jimmy Gipson were surprised that no money was missing.
The only damage deputies have found, so far, Elliott said, is to the rear door of the 860 West Shelby St. store.
"There are some suspects we're already looking into rounding up and talking to," Elliott said. "We feel it's definitely juvenile-related since only candy bars were taken. A lot of candy bars."
Crash backs up Perryville Road traffic
The Boyle County Sheriff's Office worked a two-vehicle collision around 4 p.m. Friday at 8180 Perryville Road when a large motor home was unable to stop in slowing traffic.
Deputy Marty Elliott said Ed Middleton of Somersville, Ohio, was driving the RV when he rear-ended a Toyota van occupied by a Danville couple.
The crash sent Charlie and Lou Wilkerson, of 709 East Main St., over an embankment. Elliott said the RV was no longer safe to operate, and a tractor trailer had to be dispatched to tow it.
"This was a huge motor home - 38 feet long, longer than most mobile homes I've seen," Elliott said.
Traffic was backed up on Perryville Road for roughly 20 minutes after the accident.
Middleton, the Wilkersons, and their passenger, neighbor Steve Gillima, chose not to be transported via ambulance. All were driven to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center in personal vehicles, treated and released, Elliott said.