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August 1, 2011

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RICHMOND — Madison County Detention Center Inmate Log

Booked July 31

Lonnie Greer, Richmond, driving on DUI suspended license, failure to appear, no/expired registration, no/expired Kentucky registration receipt, failure to produce insurance card

Jay P. McMillen, Richmond, nonpayment of fines

Samuel V. Geames, Berea, theft by unlawful taking, drug paraphernalia (buying/possessing), promoting contraband

Timothy W. Fryer, Richmond, contempt of court

Lynda Tudor, Richmond, failure to appear, operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license

Darvis G. McIntosh, Richmond, first-degree sodomy

Joshua D. Lamb, Berea, receiving stolen property

Clayborne D. Richardson, Richmond, alcohol intoxication in a public place

Jonathan Sturgill, Berea, failure to appear

Booked July 30

Frankie A. Mason, Richmond, contempt of court

Kevin C. Skaggs, Lexington, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, operating ATV on the roadway, no license in possession, failure to produce insurance card

Jessica Foster, Richmond, probation violation, giving an officer false name or address

Alexandria C. Arce, Berea, criminal trespassing, theft by unlawful taking, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia (buying/possessing), prescription controlled substance not in its original container

Regina D. Bellamy, Richmond, theft by unlawful taking

Jessica Boyken, Richmond, failure to appear

Mitchell S. Griffith, Winchester, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs

Willy N. Feltner, Berea, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance

Daniel A. Cornelison, Richmond, receiving stolen property

Walter L. Liebengood, Richmond, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, possessing an open alcoholic beheverage in a motor vehicle

Booked July 29

Harold A. Jones, Irvine, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, failure to maintain required insurance, disorderly conduct

Gary C. Davidson, Berea, alcohol intoxication in a public place

Pernell Evans, Waco, parole violation

Brent Martin, Somerset, alcohol intoxication in a public place, disorderly conduct

Wayne Blanton, Richmond, first-degree wanton endangerment, fourth-degree assault

James F. Lear, Richmond, nonpayment of fines, contempt of court

Kristopher B. Fletcher, Brodhead, theft by unlawful taking

Bobby J. Vanwinkle, Richmond, serving time

Steve C. Smith, Lexington, unlawful transaction with a minor, tampering with witness

Regina Smith, Lexington,  unlawful transaction with a minor, tampering with witness

Jeanine N. Underwood, Irvine, failure to appear, contempt of court

Thelma J. Whitaker, Richmond, theft by unlawful taking

Thomas R. Emerson, Richmond, failure to appear

Franklin M. Floyd, Richmond, nonpayment of fines

James L. Ogle, Richmond, failure to appear

Devon M. Pierce, Berea, theft by unlawful taking

Kenneth C. Parrett, Richmond, theft by unlawful taking

Steven J. White, Richmond, theft by unlawful taking

James L. Vancleave, Richmond, serving weekends

Tina M. Sipple, Berea, serving weekends

Booked July 28

Randi J. Rice, Richmond, failure to appear

Shannon B. Riley, Florence, failure to appear

Everhett Hobson, Eubank, alcohol intoxication in a public place, disorderly conduct

Adam L. Isaacs, Mt. Vernon, theft by unlawful taking

James D. Oakley, Frankfort, failure to appear

Nicholas Holliman, Richmond, receving stolen property

Christopher Harris, third-degree assault, second-degree fleeing or evading police, resisting arrest, contempt of court

Christopher L. Long, Berea, contempt of court

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