- Steven E. Rogers, of 115 Mimosa Drive, was arrested Tuesday on Enterprise Drive and charged with reckless driving, driving under the influence of alcohol, having an inadequate silencer, having an open alcoholic beverage container, possession of drug paraphernalia, terroristic threatening and criminal mischief.
- Dianna Harmon, of 4570 Iron Works Road, was backing her vehicle into a parking space on Vine Street on Monday at 11 a.m. when she backed into a parked car owned by the Clark County Fiscal Court, causing minor damage to both vehicles.
- City police received a call at 2:52 p.m. Tuesday about an accident at Jackson and Jefferson streets. Jaimie S. Witt, of 4013 Paris Pike, was turning left onto Jackson from Jefferson, and Linda B. Patten, of 236 Jackson St., was sitting at a stop sign waiting to turn right when Witt's truck struck Patten's car. Witt said her foot was slick because she'd been in the rain, and it had slipped off the brake pedal. No one was injured. There was minor damage to the vehicles.
- The owner of Hess Construction reported Tuesday at 9:10 a.m. that someone took copper from a house under construction on Runnymeade Drive. The case is under investigation.
- At 5:20 p.m. Tuesday, police stopped a suspect for speeding on Boone Avenue and discovered a concealed pistol in the console of the vehicle. Rutillio M. Villa, of 315 Cherry St. Trailer 17, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and not having an operator's license, speeding, careless driving and bail jumping.
- Norma L. Fraser, of 28 French Ave., reported to police Tuesday that someone had stolen her laptop computer. She said a juvenile was in the bedroom where it was located. The suspect admitted she stole it to give to someone in Mount Sterling to sell and that he was going to split the money with her. Police are contacting pawn shops to search for the computer.
- On Tuesday at 10:08 p.m., police arrested Steven E. Rogers on Enterprise Drive near Wintech and charged him with driving under the influence of alcohol (first offense). During a search of the vehicle, an officer found a small silver pipe that appeared to contain crack cocaine residue. The suspect had a prior drug paraphernalia conviction in Clark County. The suspect allegedly threatened the officer with physical harm and said he would hurt his family. In the back seat of the car, he was unruly and kicked the window and door, causing moderate damage to the cruiser.
CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF
- Stephanie M. Park, of Richmond, was charged Monday with speeding on Ky. 627.
- Stephen Tackett, of Mount Sterling, was charged Tuesday with operating on a suspended license. He was stopped on Interstate 64.
- Two people were injured Monday on Ecton Road in an accident reported at 6:48 p.m. According to witnesses, the head-on collision occurred when the driver of a light truck, William G. Burgess, of 2959 Thomson Station Road, was attempting to pass several vehicles and hit Beverly L. Hatton, of 1885 Dry Fork Road, who was coming the other direction. Hatton had three passengers in her car. She and one of the passengers, Stacey M. Scarborough, were reported injured. Burgess said he saw brake lights on one of the cars ahead of him and swerved into the opposing lane to avoid rear-ending the vehicle. He had two passengers, Logan P. Wilson, of 2175 Ecton Road, and William H. Burgess Jr., of 2959 Thomson Station Road. Neither were hurt.
- On Monday at 8:12 p.m. on Colby Road, Barton G. Coonce, of 400 Dabney Drive No. 4 in Lexington, was driving south when the right rear axle on his truck broke, causing him to lose control of the vehicle and hit a tree.
- On Tuesday at 1:52 p.m. on Athens Boonesboro Road 11 miles south of Winchester, Nathaniel G. Hunt, of 138 Lana Lane, entered a curve too fast for the wet road, lost control and skidded into a car driven by Samuel M. Call, of 1623 Amster Grove Road, causing moderate damage to both vehicles.
- Robert Chism, of 2323 Crowe Ridge Road, reported Sunday at 12:30 p.m. that someone got into his truck while it was parked in his driveway and removed five packs of cigarettes and his prescription hydrocodone, containing approximately 76 tablets. The deputy could neither confirm nor deny the presence of any prescription drugs.
- Winchester Fire-EMS on Tuesday conducted three evaluations and responded to two respiratory cases, two cardiac cases, one seizure and one fall.
CLARK COUNTY FIRE
- The Clark County Fire Department on Tuesday responded to a tree fire on Lisletown Lane at 10:15 a.m., a vehicle fire on Goshen Road at 3:09 p.m., and assisted Winchester EMS with a case at 15 Hillcrest.