Richmond police arrested a man on a Madison County warrant for second-degree assault Thursday morning.
According to the warrant, on Sunday, officers were called to Summit Street, where it was reported a person was passed out on a porch. Officers arrived and talked with Anthony Begley, 43, address unknown, who wasn't passed out or intoxicated, and police told him to leave.
Begley said he would leave, but first he was going to get in the dumpster, the warrant states. Officers told him to do whatever and left the area.
Later, officers were called to the same address after an assault was reported, according to the warrant. Officers spoke with the owner of the residence, who said they were trying to enter their home, and Begley snuck up behind him and struck him with a 2-by-4 in the right side of their body.
The victim was able to get the 2-by-4 away from Begley, and the two got into a fight, the warrant states. After the fight was over, Begley fled the scene.
Begley was arrested on Eastern Bypass and was taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Madison County deputies arrested Yon Mullins, 33, Redhouse Road, Richmond, on two Fayette County warrants for first-degree controlled substance trafficking (10 dosage units or more, drug unspecified) and controlled substance trafficking (heroin) Wednesday afternoon.
According to the two warrants, on May 20, 2015, a Kentucky State Police trooper received a tip that Mullins would arrive in Fayette County on a Greyhound bus carrying a large quantity of heroin. The trooper met with Mullins as he exited the bus, and he didn't consent to a search.
Police called a police dog to the scene, and the dog indicated there were drugs in Mullins's backpack, the warrant states. Inside the backpack, troopers found 33.5 grams of powdered heroin, vacuum-packed in bags, and 201 oxycodone tablets.
Mullins was also arrested on a warrant for failure to appear and was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Joe Mason, 35, Arlington Drive, Richmond, on a Madison County warrant for second-degree stalking early Thursday morning.
According to the warrant, from May 27 through Tuesday, Mason appeared at the victim's residence and place of employment after the victim told him to stop. The victim also noticed him sleeping in the parking lot outside her residence twice.
The victim and a witness also have seen Mason waiting in his car for the victim to leave their home and to return to it, the warrant states. Mason regularly tried to initiate conversation with the victim while they are at work and has made comments of a sexual nature toward the victim.
Mason was arrested at Red Roof Inn and was taken to the MCDC. He was released Thursday morning, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Jeri Ray, 32, North Third Street, Richmond, for first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin) after officers were called to an overdose on East Irvine Street Wednesday afternoon.
Officers arrived, and witnesses told them Ray had left the scene, according to a citation. Officers found her at the intersection of Orange and Orchard streets, where she gave police permission to search her backpack. She admitted she had a syringe in it.
When officers searched the backpack, they found a syringe containing a tan substance, which Ray said was heroin, the citation states.
Ray was taken to the MCDC, where she remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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