Metal signs worth $14,500 stolen from business
A representative of Superior Sign Service, Berea Road, reported Tuesday to Richmond police that two large aluminum signs were stolen from the south side of their building overnight. One of the signs was from Madison Trace Shopping Center and consisted of four sections that measured approximately 4 feet by 8 feet by 2 feet. The second sign was from Richmond Honda and was in one piece, measuring 5 feet by 10 feet. Estimated loss: $14,500.
Second student arrested in dorm robbery
Eastern Kentucky University police have made a second arrest in a robbery that occurred Sunday night at a residence hall.
RPD: Man stalked woman, burglarized her home
Officers charged a Grindstone Court man with stalking and burglary after he harassed a female acquaintance for two months, according to a Richmond police report.
Berea police make four drug arrests in late March
Officers from the Berea and Richmond Police departments joined forces March 28 and arrested three alleged drug traffickers at the Country Hearth Inn in Richmond, according to a BPD report.
Student charged with EKU dorm robbery
Eastern Kentucky University police have arrested a student in connection with a robbery Sunday night at a residence hall.
Domestic dispute ends in stabbing
Richmond police have charged a woman with second-degree assault following a stabbing in a domestic dispute early Tuesday morning.
Mitzi L. Downey, 32, Evansdale Avenue, was arrested after police alleged she stabbed her boyfriend in the arm. The Madison County jail log lists her name as Misty Lee Downey.
Man charged with six robberies
Richmond police have charged a North Second Street man with a string of armed robberies that occurred at local businesses during December and January.
Anthony L. Ray, 35, was arrested Jan. 24 shortly after the robbery of Cash Tyme Cash Advance, 962 Commercial Drive, according to an RPD news release.
Man charged with stalking, sex crimes against girl
A Maryland man has been charged with stalking and several sex crimes after he used social media to maintain contact with a 13-year-old Richmond child for nearly a year, according to Richmond police.
Andrew R. Parrish, 22, of Manchester, Md., initially was charged March 17 with second-degree stalking, prohibited use of an electronic communications system to procure a minor to commit a sexual offense and third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor.
Bengals player arrested in Madison County in alleged ‛road rage’ encounter
A Cincinnati Bengals football player was arrested Monday night in Madison County after an alleged “road rage” incident along Interstate 75, according to Berea police.
RPD: Two women charged after found passed out in vehicle
Two woman were charged Saturday with drug offenses after Richmond police say they were discovered passed out in a vehicle.
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