A family member brought Kristen Saylor, 28, of Berea Kentucky, to the Berea Police Department parking lot after finding her passed out in her vehicle on Smith Lane, according to a police report.
Saylor, who was in an intoxicated state, was found with a black box containing synthetic marijuana, burnt tin foil and a hollowed out pen, the report stated.
Saylor was charged with possession of synthetic drugs, drug paraphernalia possession and public intoxication and lodged in the Madison County Detention Center, where she was released Monday according to the centers online records.
After observing a male who was unsteady on his feet walking on Mount Vernon Road, police arrested David Northern, 27, of Berea, for an open warrant Saturday and found he was in possession of a Suboxone film and syringe located inside his pants pockets, according to a police report.
Northern had slurred speech and constricted pupils, the report stated.
Norther was charged with second degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.
Cody Hurt, 19, of Paint Lick, was charged Saturday with first degree possession of methamphetamine and illegal possession of a legend drug after a K-9 alerted officers during a traffic stop on Kiester Drive, according to a police report.
Four orange tablets and two small bags of methamphetamine were found inside the vehicle, the report stated.
Hurt was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center but released Monday, according the center’s online records.
Chelsey Flannery, 21, of Berea, was charged with wanton endangerment Aug. 1, after chasing a male to a neighboring apartment with a kitchen knife, according to a police report.
Flannery was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment and was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center where she remained Wednesday, according to the centers online records.
Joshua Mink, 34, of Berea, was charged with theft by unlawful taking after he took two televisions from Walmart July 29 without paying for them, according to a police report.
Mink was already banned from the property, so he was additionally charged with third degree criminal trespass, the report stated.
The total value of the merchandise was $396, according to the report.
Mink was lodged in the Madison County detention center and released Aug. 2.
Police arrested three people for possession of heroin and methamphetamine after pulling over a vehicle July 28 for a minor traffic violation, according to a police report.
Jennifer Stagner, 34, and Rodney Spoonamore, 33, both of Berea, and Rodney Bowling, 33, of Mckee, were in the vehicle during the traffic stop when officers began speaking with a female passenger, the report stated.
The passenger told officers that she had a container containing the drugs, the report said. A suboxone strip was also found on her person, the report added.
Additionally, thirteen pills were found in a small container in the back passenger area, according to the report. The female told officers she had hidden them there when they were stopped, the report added.
Each of the three passengers was charged with two counts each of first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin and methamphetamine), the report stated.
Stagner was also charged with third-degree possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.
Spoonamore was also charged with possession of synthetic drugs.
They were lodged in the Madison County Detention Center where Spoonamore and Bowling remained Wednesday according to the centers website.
Stagner was released July 31, according to the detentions website.