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September 14, 2011
Charged - Luis A. Arellano, 40, of 1424 Westwood Drive, was charged today with disregarding a stop sign, failure to illuminate headlights and driving under the influence. Reports - At 7:29 a.m. Tuesday, officers were called to 1434 W. Lexington Ave. after someone broke into the store during the night. - At 11:33 a.m. Tuesday, officers were called to 117 W. Hickman St. concerning the theft of a string trimmer. - At 3:31 p.m. Tuesday, officers were called to Kroger concerning a suspected shoplifter in custody.
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NEWS
September 2, 2011
Lola C. Phillips, 77, of Winchester, widow of the late Charles L. Phillips, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 1 at Clark Regional Medical Center.   She was born in Somerset on May 27, 1934 to the late Richard and Ethel Short.   She worked for Walmart, Oliver Trucking Co., Dollar General and Kroger. Survivors include a son, Bruce (Rosalinde) Phillips of Winchester; a daughter, Becky (Randy) Napier of Winchester; two grandchildren, Andrea (Keith) Dimpsey and Vanessa (Brian) LaBone of Pennsylvania; six great-grandchildren; two sisters, Aline Bagwell of Roebuck, S.C., and Ruby Delaney of Hohenwald, Tenn.; and a number of nieces and nephews.
NEWS
June 23, 2011
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the officer found upon arrival at the scene, or of how the complaint may have been dealt with. JUNE 22 6:55 a.m., vehicle stop on South Fourth Street; arrest made. 7:30 a.m., report of a man sitting in front of Food Lion yelling for his son; the subject is acting disoriented.
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By Mike Moore and mmoore@jessaminejournal.com | April 26, 2011
The Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an attempted armed robbery at the Kroger on Bellerive Boulevard on Wednesday morning. According to deputy Larry Oliver, a masked man entered the store through a front entrance around 6:45 a.m. “A gunman — he was masked — he met an employee near the entrance of the store out front and threatened him,” Oliver said. “The (suspect) then entered the store and saw a female Kroger employee around the checkout area, and she took off running and screaming toward the back, and this guy basically turned around and ran out; he didn’t get anything.” Oliver said another Kroger witness said the alleged gunman jumped into a gold-colored sedan, possibly a Nissan Maxima, and left on Bellerive and made a left on Agape Drive in Fayette County.
NEWS
April 11, 2011
Mary Katherine “Kathy” Zak Estes, 59, widow of Tommy Estes, passed away at 5:05 a.m. Saturday, April 9. A native of Ferndale, Mich., she was the daughter of Bessie Mae Willoughby Zak of Winchester and the late Frank L. Zak. Kathy was an employee of Kroger in Lexington. Additional survivors include three sisters, Brenda (Tracy) Smith and Pamela Sue Bachman of Winchester and Frankie Zak of Lexington; a brother, Wade (Linda) Zak of Winchester; and numerous nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 12, at Scobee Funeral Home by Brother Jesse Kline.
NEWS
March 31, 2011
Robert Clay “Bobby C.” Craycraft Jr., 52, husband of Robin Estes Craycraft, died Wednesday, March 16, 2011. He was a retired employee of Kroger after 35 years and attended Gardenside Baptist in Lexington. His hobbies included collecting antiques and refinishing furniture with his mother. He loved fishing and coaching Little League football and baseball. Robert was the son of Barbara Johns Craycraft of Nicholasville and the late Robert Clay Craycraft. Additional survivors include four children, Sean Robert Craycraft, Eric Thomas Craycraft , Christopher Michael Maynard, all of Lexington, and Cameron Clay Craycraft, of Nicholasville; a brother, William Herschel and wife Beth Craycraft of Nicholasville, and Joni and husband Freddy Day of Lancaster.
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Story and photos by BOBBIE CURD and bcurd@amnews.com | March 7, 2011
HARRODSBURG — Rebecca Patterson hasn’t always been a coupon clipper. In fact, she never gave it a second thought until she got married. Patterson and her husband, Chad, found themselves strapped, as many newly married couples do — car payments, a mortgage and other living expenses began to add up. She started dabbling in coupon cutting. “Then, in 2007, we had our baby,” Patterson says. “Reality set in.”  Formula, diapers, wipes, medicines — the list of every day necessities was never-ending.
NEWS
February 16, 2011
Raymond Allen Cook, 87, widower of Margaret Cook, of West Brown Street died Feb. 12, 2011.   He retired from Kroger after 42 years of service and was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Survivors include a nephew, Jim Cook; a great niece, Patricia Corman; two great-great-nephews; a sister-in-law, Shelby Ogden; his mother-in-law, Lillie Montgomery; and a cousin, Gilbert Parker. Services took place at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Betts & West Funeral Home. Burial was in the Maple Grove Cemetery.
NEWS
February 15, 2011
To the Sun: I am the coordinator for the Bush/Shearer Family Resource Center. I would like to thank Sgt. Howard Frick and all officers with the Winchester Police Department who were involved in collecting food for the Backpack Program. When they heard children and families were in need of food, they stepped in to help. They set up donation drop-off sites and passed out food wish lists at local stores so people in the community would also know of the need. The officers were not asked to do this, but they did it because they care about the children in our community.
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By Mike Wynn and The Winchester Sun | February 6, 2011
Some people donated canned goods, while others dropped off cleaning supplies. But it was the family pack of paper towels that caught first lady Jane Beshear’s eye early on. Beshear was one of many shoppers snapping up items at Kroger on Saturday morning to benefit shelters with the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association. The annual drive, called Shop & Share, challenges consumers to donate personal care products, non-perishable food and housekeeping items during a day of grocery shopping.
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