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October 4, 2007
Editor's note: The Danville Police Department needs help finding the people listed. For more information, call (859) 238-1220 or go to www.danvillepd.com. Helen Bennett, 32, has an active contempt warrant where the original charges include first-degree possession of cocaine, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, and the second offense of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs. Kristie Benedict W/F 24 theft by unlawful taking - shoplifting Kathy Blanton U/F 52 theft by deception Anthony Doan W/M 39 domestic violence bench warrant Michael Dominguez W/M 30 contempt for charges of possession of cocaine and promoting contraband Juanita Jones B/F 46 contempt for 18 counts theft by deceptions Anita Sloan W/F 45 flagrant nonsupport Anthony Spicer W/M 19 contempt for charge of possession of marijuana John Stagner W/M 42 contempt for charge of possession of cocaine Eric Walls U/M 24 theft by deception
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NEWS
October 4, 2007
A Boyle County grand jury will consider the cases of two women charged after an 18-month-old child tested positive for cocaine. After a preliminary hearing Wednesday, Boyle District Judge Jeff Dotson decided there was enough evidence to send the cases of the child's mother, Ashley Carrier, and aunt, Jessica Coffman, to a grand jury, which next meets Nov. 5. The two woman were each charged last month with first-degree assault and wanton endangerment...
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BOBBIE CURD | July 30, 2007
STANFORD - The Lincoln County sheriff is giving one deputy special treatment. Aramis, a Czechoslovakian-born newcomer to the department, even goes home with Curt Folger every night to sleep at the foot of his bed. Aramis is a top-of-the-line German shepherd from an accredited kennel in Florida. He cost $9,500 and was paid for with a grant from the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy. The Waynesburg Coalition, a group that formed after several drug-related tragedies in the community, helped Folger apply for the grant.
NEWS
July 2, 2007
Editor's note: The Danville Police Department has a large backlog of unserved warrants and needs help finding the people listed at right. For more information, call (859) 238-1220 or go to www.danvillepd.com. Jeffery Alcorn, 24, committed the offense of first-degree fleeing and evading police when he fled from a traffic stop after being stopped for driving on a suspended operator's license. He then fled from the police on foot after leaving the scene of an accident he caused by striking a utility pole that knocked out power to several residences.
NEWS
June 24, 2007
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine, and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Jason L. Asbury, 24, first-degree solicitation to possession of controlled substance/cocaine, $100, 90 days, probated one year, counseling, drug screenings. Timothy Coulter, 29, Junction City, first-degree solicitation to possession of controlled substance/cocaine, $100, 180 days, probated one year, counseling, drug screenings.
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Sun Staff Report | June 5, 2007
Sun Staff Report A suspect wanted in connection with Clark County's largest drug bust in years is expected to turn himself in to authorities today. Aurelio Espinosa-Pina is wanted on charges of trafficking cocaine and marijuana after a search of two trailers Sunday netted more than $25,000 worth of drugs and $21,000 of cash. Clark County Sheriff's deputies seized the drugs from at 500 and 504 Treehaven Drive and arrested his wife, Suzette R. Espinosa-Pina, 44, and her son, 25-year-old Michael A. Deharak, around 2 p.m. Sunday.
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TODD KLEFFMAN | May 13, 2007
A Danville man recently was indicted by a Boyle County grand jury on multiple charges related to having sex with a minor. McElroy Burdette, 53, of 613 Longview Drive, was indicted on four counts of first-degree sexual abuse and two counts of first-degree sodomy. The charges involve allegations that Burdette had sexual relations with a girl between 1995 and 2006 "as a continuing course of conduct. " Two of the sexual abuse charges indicate the girl involved was younger than 12 years old. Burdette's bond was set at $200,000.
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Mike Moore | May 10, 2007
By Mike Moore mmoore@jessaminejournal.com The Nicholasville Police Department arrested seven people on Drug-related charges. The arrests, which occurred on May 1, were part of the Nicholasville Drug Enforcement Unit round up. Arrested were: â?¢ Michael Halcomb - one count second-degree trafficking (Lortab) â?¢ Quincey Taylor - two counts first-degree trafficking (cocaine) and one count first-degree persistent felony offender â?¢ William Shearer - one count first degree trafficking (cocaine)
NEWS
March 30, 2007
HARRODSBURG - A Harrodsburg man has been charged after a domestic assault, police said. Joseph T. McCoy, 25, of 434 Robin St., was charged Tuesday with fourth-degree domestic violence; possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and cocaine; and failure to pay fines. He was lodged in Boyle County Detention Center. Patrolman Scott Elder said officers were called to 434 Robin St. where a domestic disturbance was in progress. They seized suspected marijuana and cocaine lying about the house.
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TODD KLEFFMAN | February 16, 2007
A Boyle County grand jury recently indicted three men in connection with burning a Junction City police cruiser last year. Jody L. Taylor, 33, of Stanford, and Anthony Hughes, 37, and Donald R. Pass, 37, both of Junction City, were each charged with second-degree arson and first-degree criminal mischief for allegedly setting fire to the police car on April 17 and causing more than $1,000 in damage. Summons were issued to each man. Trooper Rodney Wren testified before the grand jury.
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