Booked Sept. 26
Dushawn A. Watts, Richmond, contempt of court
Booked Sept. 25
Victorian V. Hardaway, Lexington, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, operating on a suspended operator’s license, failure to notify DMV of change of address, possession of marijuana
Brent D. Miller, Lexington, non-payment of fines
Richard D. Combess, Richmond, alcohol intoxication in a public place, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest
Lacee K. Gogg, Terre Haute, Ind., operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs
Stephen E. Davis, Richmond, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs
Summer G. Brown, Berea, non-payment of fines, failure to appear
Ryan O. Clark, Richmond, first-degree robbery
Stanley A. Richardson, Richmond, failure to appear
Gary A. Michel, Richmond, fourth-degree assault
Sonny J. Jones, Richmond, failure to appear
David E. Roark, Richmond, contempt of court
Booked Sept. 24
Jerry L. Whittie, Richmond, no operator’s license
Courtney Barnes, Irvine, non-payment of fines
Adrian R. Esteep, Waco, contempt of court
Logan M. Caudill, Richmond, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, leaving the scene of an accident/failure to render aid or assistance
George A. Tester, Richmond, failure to appear
William A. Lawson, Richmond, failure to appear, non-payment of fines
Everett L. Robers, Richmond, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of a legend drug, contempt of court
Donald K. Pinson, Berea, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, leaving the scene of an accident/failure to render aid/assistance, possession of open alcohol beverage in a motor vehicle
Booked Sept. 23
Randalph S. Rawlins, Richmond, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs
Jennifer Helmer, Richmond, alcohol intoxication in a public place
Ryan T. Hagerman, Richmond, failure to wear seat belts, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, less than 21 years of age, person 18-20 posessing/purchasing/attempting to purchas alcohol
Zack Barger, Berea, alcohol intoxication in a public place
Treena M. Brazier, Richmond, theft of services, third-degree assault (police/probation officer, resisting arrest, alcohol intoxication in a public place, contempt of court
Stacy Rader, Richmond, theft by unlawful taking
Jeremy Cavins, Annville Road, first-degree criminal mischief
Emily M. Yanko, Versailles, failure to appear
Jose M. Martinez, Louisville, failure to appear
Chesten K. Durham, McKee, contempt of court
Riva A. Banks, Berea, serving time
Patrick R. Embry, Berea, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs
Booked Sept. 22
Anthony Cleveland Foster, Berea, manufacturing methamphetamine
William L. Creech, Berea, manufacturing methamphetamine, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia
John Paul Davis, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol, disregarding traffic control device
Joshua Harrison, Richmond, third-degree burglary and third-degree attempted burglary
Dwayne Eugene Walker, Highland, Ind., failure to appear
Anthony E. Vickers, McKee, first-degree criminal mischief
Lorrie Hall, Irvine, two counts failure to appear
Amy R. Hawley, Berea, non-payment of fines
John Richardson, Richmond, two counts failure to appear, fugitive from another state
Micah O. Lankford, Berea, fourth-degree assault, disorderly conduct
Elijah P. Sparks, Richmond, failure to appear
Jennifer C. Watts, Berea, second-degree escape
Roger R. Carroll, Bowling Green, first-degree robbery
Terry J. Mounce, Berea, fourth-degree assault
Shannon F. Luster, Richmond, criminal possession of a forged prescription
Booked Sept. 21
Michael Luther Culton, Richmond, third-degree burglary, contempt of court
Joshua Christopher Page, Berea, parole violation
Bradley Scott Smith, Richmond, contempt of court, theft by unlawful taking
Brian J. Reed, Richmond, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, resisting arrest
Mark A. Delaney, Richmond, theft by failing to make required disposition of property
Jerome Marshall Burns, Richmond, non-payment of fines
Booked Sept. 20
Jerry Lee Henry, Irvine, failure to appear
Brian Earl Farris, Berea, probation violation
Ricardo Phillips, Lexington, contempt of court
Theon Carl Beard, Richmond, contempt of court
David Leeallen Hawkins, Richmond, contempt of court
Billy S. Pennington, Manchester, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, driving on a suspended license, possession of an open alcoholic beverage, carrying a concealed deadly weapon
Christopher Dale Crouch, Richmond, possession of drug paraphernalia, parole violation
Christopher Douglas Still, Richmond, fleeing and evading, resisting arrest, contempt of court
Katrina Susan Johnson, Richmond, alcohol intoxication, second-degree disorderly conduct, endangering the welfare of a minor
Booked Sept. 26
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EKU wins OVC tourney
The Eastern Kentucky University Colonels are OVC champions and are headed to the Big Dance.
Hot early shooting propelled EKU to a thrilling 79-73 win over defending champion Belmont Saturday in the championship game of the OVC Tournament.
The Colonels receive the OVC's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
The win gave EKU it's sixth OVC Conference Tournament title.
The Colonels hit four consecutive three pointers to open the game and led by as many as 15 points in the first half.
Corey Walden led all scorers in the game with 29 points, including 10-of-11 free throws. Glenn Cosey finished with 23 points on 5-of-8 shooting on three-pointers and Tarius Johnson added 15 points and five rebounds.
Veteran certification officer fired from EKU
Accusations of cheating on an online test led to the firing of an 18-year Eastern Kentucky University employee Wednesday.
Retha Sandlin, formerly a veteran certification officer in the Burnam House for EKU’s student veterans, said the decision resulted from a misunderstanding on the part of Jaime Roberts, the house’s interim office manager.
Proposed bill takes aim at heroin problem
Proposed legislation before the Kentucky General Assembly aims to combat the state’s growing heroin problem using three strategies – education, treatment and law enforcement aid.
Sen. Jared Carpenter, R-Berea, is one of the sponsors of Senate Bill 5. The bill was passed in the Senate earlier this year, 36-1, and is waiting to be heard by the House Judiciary Committee.
New kid at the market
A three-day old black-and-white goat named Ellsa was the star Saturday morning at the new Richmond Downtown Farmers Market.
The Nubian goat mix was brought to the weekly market by Four Sisters Farm. Located off Four Mile Road in Madison County, the farm specializes in goat products.
Hundreds turn out for fishing team’s fundraiser
Madison Central High School’s bass fishing team got a boost Saturday when its first-ever Fishing Tackle Swap turned out to be a huge success.
About 500 buyers showed up to check out what the 38 vendors had to offer. At least 17 of the vendors were from outside Madison County. There were even a few boats for sale.
Pets of the Week from the Madison County Animal Shelter
The Madison County Animal Shelter is located at 1386 Richmond Road in Berea. Shelter hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Animals available for adoption can be seen from noon to close Monday through Saturday.
Feds deny giving OK to selenium standards
When lawmakers wrestled last year with new standards for releasing selenium into streams by coal mines and industry, they were assured by state officials the proposals were based on sound science and approved by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials.
Eastern students practice fire fighting in burning building
Thick barrels of smoke rolled out of the room as nearby observers could feel the fire’s heat on their faces. Furniture and drywall fueled the blaze. Flames licked the top of the door frame and the flat ceiling.
Airport planning mock disaster drill
Madison Airport officials and Eastern Kentucky University are making plans for a mock disaster drill tentatively scheduled for August.
Prior 'bad acts' to be allowed in Marcum murder trial
A Madison Circuit judge ruled Friday that prior “bad acts” of murder defendant Christina Marcum may be admitted during her upcoming trial.
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