- At 1:18 a.m. today, an officer was in the parking lot of Atrium Place Apartments speaking with a person when a man approached the police cruiser, banged on the window and threatened to assault the officer. The man, Christopher Ehrhardt, was told to go inside or he would be arrested for alcohol intoxication and disorderly conduct. Ehrhardt eventually went inside and the officer left. Minutes later, a woman in the apartment called back and said Ehrhardt was irate and threatening her. When officers responded, Ehrhardt was on the front porch yelling profanities and causing a nuisance. After several commands, Ehrhardt was arrested on multiple offenses.
- At 2:55 p.m. Wednesday, officers responded to an injury accident on East Washington Street in which Carl Banks of 203 1/2 Crawford Court said he was crossing North Highland Street when his vehicle was struck by another as it tried to make a left turn. The other driver, Dorothy Blevins of Mount Sterling, said she did not see the other vehicle until the collision occurred. One of Blevins' passengers was transported to Clark Regional Medical Center.
CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF
- Amanda Lockhart, 28, of 437 Mount Vernon Drive, was charged Wednesday with making false statements to receive benefits.
- Cynthia Blair, 26, of 9449 Wades Mill Road, was charged Wednesday with failure to appear.
- Charles Harrison, 51, of 408 N. Main St., was charged Wednesday with failure to appear.
- Susan Martinez, 29, of 521 Acadia Way, was charged Wednesday with fraudulent use of a credit card (two counts).
- Natasha Meadows, 28, of 47 Cherokee Court, was charged Wednesday with animal cruelty.
- At 8 p.m. Wednesday, Randall Fox of 170 Center Drive reported that someone had pried open a rear window at his home while he was gone. Medication was reported as missing.
- On Wednesday, emergency personnel conducted two local transfers and one out-of-town transfer. They also responded to one overdose, two falls, one motor vehicle accident, two general medical calls, one diabetic case and one engine assist.
- At 3:54 p.m Wednesday, firefighters were called to 2 Thoroughbred Plaza for a report of smoke around a building. Firefighters found a bird nest in an air conditioning unit which had ignited. Firefighters extinguished the fire and advised the owners to have the unit checked out before turning it back on.