Domestic incident leads to seven charges
A Kit Carson Drive man is facing seven charges after Richmond Police responded to a domestic-disturbance complaint Wednesday.
Zachary Thomas, 21, remained Monday in the Madison County Detention Center charged with violating a domestic violence order, second-degree robbery, second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking ($500 to $10,000), first-degree fleeing or evading police, resisting arrest and two counts of third-degree criminal mischief.
Heroin seized at EKU apartment
Executing a search warrant May 13 at Eastern Kentucky University’s Brockton Apartments, Berea police seized 79 grams of heroin and arrested two people.
Man indicted on persistent felony, robbery charges
A man Richmond Police believe robbed six businesses between late December and late January was indicted this past week by a Madison County grand jury.
Anthony L. Ray, 36, of North Second Street faces a persistent felony offender charge as well as six counts of first-degree robbery, the indictment states.
Two inmates charged with aiding escape
Two inmates charged with helping Roger Million escape May 23 from the Madison County Detention Center were given preliminary hearings Wednesday in Madison District Court.
William J. Combs, 21, and James E. Goble, 32, are both facing second-degree escape charges. Million, 24, who turned himself in at the jail early May 30, also is charged with second-degree escape.
Man faces several charges after altercation with mother, aunt
Richmond police on Tuesday charged James A. Abshear, 37, of Richmond with several offenses after responding to a domestic complaint.
Just after 10:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to a residence in the 100 block of Hallie Irvine Street to investigate a disturbance, according to the police report.
Man charged after high-speed Berea chases
Jonathan A. McCullough, 35, of Berea, was arrested in connection with two high-speed chases early Wednesday morning and threats to Berea police officers.
Police: Father threw trash can in child’s face
Two people were arrested Sunday after Richmond Police were told a father had thrown a trash can into his 4-year-old son’s face.
As police responded to a Michelle Drive home, a car driven by Derrick Onan, 30, also arrived. In the back seat, officers found a child, not in a safety seat, with two black eyes, bruises on his nose and forehead and a fresh cut on the bridge of his nose, according to Police Chief Larry Brock.
Two charged with taking backpack, computer from Seabury Center
Berea Police charged two suspects June 3 in connection with a the theft of a backpack containing a laptop computer from Berea College’s Seabury Center.
According to a BPD report, video surveillance cameras recorded Jeffery Tarter, 19, and Joshua Burton, 19, taking the backpack from the college’s main gymnasium.
Police: Man falsely reports robbery
Chad Lewis, 29, of Keri Ann Drive, was arrested Friday for falsely claiming to have been robbed and disorderly conduct.
Man stabbed multiple times with pocket knife
Richmond Police responded to an altercation early Friday morning on Wellington Court in which a man was stabbed nine times with a pocket knife.
Paris Charles, 23, was charged with first-degree assault in connection with the incident. He was taken to the Madison County Detention Center where he remained Friday evening, according to the jail’s online records.
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