Madison County Drug Task Force arrested a man on three counts of first-degree controlled substance trafficking (10 dosage units or more, drug unspecified) and illegal possession of a legend drug and a woman on one count of first-degree controlled substance trafficking and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon after confidential informants allegedly bought pills from the man, leading to a search of the home.
On Feb. 8, through the use of a confidential informant, KSP HIDTA bought 120 hydrocodone tablets for $1,080 from Kenneth Anglin, 60, Dreyfus Road, Waco, according to a citation. On March 14, also by using a confidential informant, KSP HIDTA bought 71 hydrocodone tablets for $630 from Anglin.
On Thursday, troopers approached Anglin's home while he was inside a vehicle and saw him exit the vehicle and enter the residence, the citation states. Troopers spoke with Anglin and identified themselves, the citation states.
Anglin gave police permission to search the home and two vehicles, according to the citation. Troopers found a prescription bottle belonging to Elizabeth Powell, 70, of the same address. The bottle contained two hydrocodone tablets, and a handgun was near it on a coffee table in the living room.
Inside one of the vehicles, a Chevrolet pickup truck, troopers found a baggie with nine hydrocodone tablets and a prescription bottle with no label with 10 isosorbide mononitrate tablets, the citation states. In the other vehicle, a Toyota car, troopers found a prescription bottle with Anglin's name on the label that was empty.
Anglin said Powell lives with him and that they are both prescribed hydrocodone tablets, the citation states. He said Powell gives him tablets for allowing her to live with him, and that he sells both their tablets to a few people so that he can pay bills.
Powell said she has lived with Anglin for about one year, and also said she gives her prescribed tablets to Anglin for allowing her to live with him, the citation states. She said she was aware of the handgun inside the home, stated she's a convicted felon, but denied ever possessing the gun.
Both Anglin and Powell were taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where they remained Friday afternoon, according to online jail records. Powell was also arrested on a warrant for nonpayment.
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Richmond police arrested Cody Hawk, 22, Greens Circle, on a Madison County warrant that charges him with theft by failure to make required disposition of property (more than $500, but less than $10,000), fourth-degree assault (domestic violence), first-degree criminal mischief, third-degree terroristic threatening and second-degree stalking.
According to the warrant, a person went to the Madison County Sheriff's Office to speak to a deputy. They said they allowed Hawk to drive their vehicle for a day in early July, and when he returned, he was driving a different vehicle.
When they asked Hawk about their vehicle, he said he left it at his mother's house, and his mother gave him money to buy the vehicle he returned with, the warrant states. The owner of the vehicle said they needed to get their vehicle because they had to get to work, but Hawk then said he traded in their vehicle at Family Auto Sales for the vehicle he returned with.
The victim then went to the business, and it had already put their vehicle in the business's name, the warrant states. The business showed the victim the paperwork where it had been transferred, and the title had Hawk's signature on it.
Family Auto Sales gave the victim the vehicle back and transferred it back into the victim's name, according to the warrant. The victim, who lived with Hawk, then started a conversation with Hawk, and he became angry with them.
Hawk grabbed the victim, dragged them around the residence, threw the victim's phone causing irreparable damage and punched holes in the walls of the residence, the warrant states. The victim told him to leave, and the next day, he called the victim. The victim didn't answer because they were at work, and when they were off work, they called Hawk back, but he didn't answer.
The victim then called a friend, who said Hawk just left the victim's home and was extremely drunk, the warrant states. The victim picked up their friend and went back to the victim's residence, where they found out Hawk had thrown plates and cups, breaking them, and also tore the entire screen off the television.
The victim then found Hawk lying on the kitchen floor, and they called 911, the warrant states. He was taken to a hospital for a medical emergency, and while he was still in the hospital, he continued to text and call the victim.
Once Hawk was out of the hospital, he went to the victim's residence and began screaming, threatening to bust out the victim's windows. He also said if he had to kill the victim, he would, according to the warrant. The following day, Hawk went to the victim's place of work, which is a public place, and hung around for about an hour without saying anything to the victim, but refused to leave.
Hawk was booked into the MCDC Thursday and remained in jail Friday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Also arrested recently were:
• Gene Rhodus, 56, Ervin Slone Road, Richmond, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), tampering with physical evidence and public intoxication by a controlled substance.
• John Stevens (no image available), 47, Emmalena, Ky., first-degree controlled substance possession, second-degree burglary, public intoxication by a controlled substance and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia.
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