The suspect in an early morning May 20 shooting at the Manhattan Club, in which one victim suffered a gunshot wound to his leg, was arrested Monday by a Madison County Sheriff’s deputy.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of Richard C. Duerson, 34, soon after the incident.
Police were dispatched to the club when an officer reported hearing the sound of multiple gun shots coming from the area, according to Richmond Police Chief Larry Brock.
Officers found several bullet holes in the club’s front glass door and discovered a male victim suffering from a gunshot wound in the back of the leg, just above the knee. He was transported to the University of Kentucky Medical Center for treatment of the non-life-threatening injury, the police report stated.
Several Manhattan Club employees told police Duerson was escorted out of the club, Brock said after the incident. He attempted to return, but was removed a second time, police said they were told.
Officers gathered enough witness information to indicate that Duerson “brandished an item” and the gunshots were heard shortly thereafter, according to Brock.
Duerson was charged with first- and fourth-degree assault as well as first-degree wanton endangerment and third-degree terroristic threatening.
He remained Wednesday evening in the Madison County Detention Center under a $100,000 cash bond, according to jail officials.
Store employee charged with taking $10,000
Tanya R. Horn, 33, of Darlene Court, pilfered $10,196 in cash from Posh Tots on Meridian Way over the course of two years, according to a Richmond Police report.
RPD: Heroin sales lead to trafficking indictment
Executing a warrant issued after Samantha Frederick, 29, Northgate Drive, was indicted July 16 by a Madison County grand jury, Richmond Police arrested her Monday on drug trafficking charges.
RPD: Bottle bomb injures man, damages neighbor’s home
Richmond Police on Friday charged Robert Abney, 30, of Moberly Avenue, in connection with a May 30 explosion that injured Abney and damaged a neighbor’s home.
Officers were dispatched May 30 to a residence in the 500 block of Moberly Avenue to investigate the report of an explosion.
They found the remains of a plastic bottle bomb near a residence adjoining Moberly’s, according to an RPD news release. A wall of the occupied home was smoldering and grass was burned in the area, it added.
Jailed woman charged with heroin trafficking
A Richmond woman already jailed on another charge was served with a drug trafficking warrant Thursday.
Four arrested on meth charges at Berea motel
Berea Police arrested four people Wednesday at the Knights Inn on Chestnut Street, including a man they said tried to conceal a meth lab on his person.
One arrested, one sought in Sunday home invasion
Two men in search of another man broke into a Keystone Drive home Sunday and harassed residents in another nearby home Monday, according to a Richmond Police report.
RPD: Man falls through ceiling attempting to elude police
When Richmond Police went to Cody Shelton’s Kristin Drive apartment at 9:44 p.m. Wednesday to arrest him on a parole-violation charge, they said he attempted to elude them by hiding in the attic crawl space.
Man indicted in Manhattan Club shooting
A man charged in a May 20 shooting at the Manhattan Club in which a man was wounded was indicted Wednesday by a Madison County grand jury.
Local burglary suspect found in Texas border town
A man wanted in Madison County on burglary and criminal mischief charges since March was arrested July 11 by the U.S. Marshal Service in Brownsville, Texas, on the Mexican board.
Mother pleads guilty to allowing child rape
Deanna Lawson, charged with 20 counts of complicity in the rape and sodomy of a minor, pleaded guilty in Madison Circuit Court on Wednesday.
Between October 2011 and September 2012, Eric Kelley had sexual relations with Lawson’s two daughters, according to court documents.
She was charged with complicity after police said they learned Lawson knew of the crimes but didn’t try to stop them or alert authorities.
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