Malik Davis, 23, Fayetteville, was arrested by Kentucky State Police on Aug. 12 and charged with second-degree domestic violence assault and second-degree criminal mischief.
According to a citation, a trooper was dispatched to a domestic complaint near the BP on US25 in front of the Army Depot. Several calls were made to KSP Post 7 about a male wearing a red sweatshirt who was beating a female on the side of the road.
The citation states, the trooper was the first on the scene and found the victim lying almost completely unconscious on the edge of the road near the southbound side of US25 and right in front of the BP gas station. Several individuals surrounded her, trying to give the victim aid, providing her water, helping clean her wounds, and more. There was also an off-duty EMS-certified individual helping her. The trooper contacted the post and told them to send EMS.
The citation states, several witnesses approached the trooper and said an unknown male was wearing a red sweatshirt, later identified as Davis, was curb-stomping the victim on the side of the road. Several witnesses told the trooper Davis was “absolutely beating” the victim. Another witness said Davis discharged his firearm in the sky as a deterrent so Davis wouldn’t continue to beat her.
According to the citation, the victim sustained severe injuries. EMS arrived and transported her to UK hospital.
The citation states, Davis said this occurred over his backpack, which was in her vehicle. He said he and the victim met through mutual friends two days prior and ended up hanging out. The victim did not want to give Davis a ride anymore around town, and he said she left him at the Dollar General in Berea, and he later found her at the Circle K in Berea, which is when the first confrontation happened. He said he wanted his bag back. Davis said the victim allegedly pulled a knife on him while sitting in the vehicle's driver seat and tried to “jab” him with it; at this point, he punched her in the face, and she started bleeding. She then pulled away abruptly.
According to the citation, Davis grabbed onto the truck's bed and rode on the outside of the truck, trying to bust into the vehicle. This went on from Circle K in Berea to the BP on Richmond Road for approximately eight miles. Davis allegedly held onto the vehicle, trying to bust the back glass of the truck with a metal deodorant bottle. Davis said the front of the BP gas station, he was finally successful and completely smashed the back glass. Davis allegedly then flew into the vehicle because she braked abruptly. Witnesses said they saw Davis drag her out of the vehicle by her head. Then he allegedly threw her onto the ground and began to stomp her face. Witnesses said they watched him stomp her face three times before punching her three times.
Woman charged with wanton endangerment and assault of an officer, more
Mandy Anderson, 42, Richmond, was arrested by the Madison County Sheriff Department on Aug. 13 and charged with resisting arrest, second-degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, third-degree assault of a police or probation officer, third-degree possession of a controlled substance (drug unspecified), first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (greater than or equal to four grams of cocaine/first offense), and buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to a citation, a deputy initiated a traffic stop in the area of Highway 627 and Boonesboro Road in reference to careless driving. The deputy approached from the passenger side, and contact was made with Anderson. The operator of the vehicle was also the owner and was told of the reasoning for stopping.
The citation states, throughout the encounter, Anderson made multiple furtive and suspicious movements towards her purse, which was located on the floorboard of the vehicle, while also rolling the left side of her body in a downward motion. Throughout the traffic stop, the odor of an alcoholic beverage was observed coming from the vehicle's passenger side. When asked about the odor of an alcoholic beverage, Anderson allegedly said, “I have liquor in my cup.”
The citation states, a police-certified canine “Bo” was deployed to conduct a free air sniff of the vehicle and gave a conditioned response to the odor of narcotics. After returning the canine to the police cruiser, two deputies returned to the vehicle to remove the occupants. Anderson made several attempts to delay and prolong the process of getting out of the vehicle while still attempting to get into her purse, lifting her shirt, and making numerous furtive motions toward her bra. The citation states, throughout the handcuffing process, Anderson continued to prevent the Sgt intentionally. From detaining her and continued to “hungover” while guarding her chest area. She was asked three times if she had anything on her person that would “poke, stick or stab” the deputies. She said no, but while patting the outside of Anderson’s pants pockets, a narrow, cylindrical syringe-like object was detected. Opening the right pocket of Anderson’s pants, a broken “crack pipe” was located, which almost stuck the deputy, in addition to a suspected Xanax pill.
According to the citation, the deputy then proceeded to pat down Anderson’s chest area. On the left side of her chest area, Anderson allegedly turned her body to the right to prevent the deputy from checking the area. While checking the left bra cup, the deputy felt a large, block-like packaged object believed to be contraband or suspected narcotics. A search of Anderson’s left bra cup yielded two plastic baggies of suspected cocaine. Anderson was taken to the marked police cruiser and placed inside. She then leaned across the backseat and kicked the deputy in the chest, knocking their clipped radio off the center of their shirt. Anderson tried to kick the deputy a second time in the face, but it was prevented.
The citation states, Anderson was taken to the Madison County Detention Center without further incident. Two individual baggies of suspected narcotics were weighed at the following amounts: white plastic baggie – 29.46 gross grams weight and yellow plastic baggie – 29.21 gross gram weight.
Woman charged with wanton endangerment
Katelyn Woods, 26, Berea, was arrested by the Berea police department on Aug. 13 and charged with second-degree wanton endangerment.
According to a citation, an officer responded to Walmart in reference to a possible seven-month-old baby left in a car. On arrival, the officer spoke with a Walmart Loss Prevention worker who said it had been brought to his attention a small baby had been found in the back seat of a vehicle unattended with a window rolled down halfway. As he and some other staff were by the car, Woods came walking out and stated she didn’t know the baby was in the back seat.
The citation states, the officer spoke with Woods, who said the father was supposed to have the baby, and she didn’t know the baby was in the back seat. The temperature was approximately 80 degrees at the time of the call. According to the witness, the baby was winning and appeared hot when he saw the baby in the back seat. DCBS was contacted and placed the baby with the grandfather. The officer spoke with the child's father, who said Woods had taken the baby with her to Walmart.
Other arrests include:
• Danielle Cole, 22, Richmond, fourth-degree domestic violence assault with a minor injury.
• Jonathan Carnes, 35, Richmond, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first offense).
• Wesley Johnsons, 28, Irvine, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first offense), speeding thirteen miles per hour over the limit, careless driving, no registration receipt, buying or possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense).
• Christopher Valentine, 46, Berea, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense).
• Petra Clarke, 34, Richmond, public intoxication with a controlled substance (excludes alcohol), first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first offense), third-degree possession of a controlled substance (drug unspecified), buying or possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree promoting contraband, illegal possession of legend drug.
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