Richmond police arrested two individuals on several offenses, including controlled substance trafficking, after they received a call Saturday evening in reference to shoplifting at the Tractor Supply.
When officers arrived, they located 41-year-old William Davis, Rosstown Road, Richmond, sitting in a vehicle with open containers of beer in the cupholder. Police had him and his passenger step out to search the truck, according to Davis' citation.
Located inside was an unknown amount of suspected heroin, a baggie of 18 alprazolam pills tucked into a cigarette box, a black zip-up bag containing a digital scale under the driver's seat behind unopened containers of tools, saw blades and a four-piece anchor ring kit, which an employee advised Davis had stolen, his citation notes.
Behind the seats, officers located a Tupperware box with multiple ziplock baggies and 10 pills suspected to be hydrocodone tucked in the plastic of the inner liner of the truck. Also located was an uncapped needle, unknown amount of marijuana and rolling papers, the citation states.
Davis denied ownership of the items originally, but after being arrested, he said he bought them and does not sold them, the citation adds.
While talking with Davis, officers located 37-year-old Jennifer Golden, Glyndon Avenue, Richmond, inside Tractor Supply, where she had shoplifted barbwire, a wallet and a belt, according to her citation.
Davis and Golden are each charged with controlled substance trafficking (heroin), controlled substance trafficking (drug unspecified), possession of open alcoholic container in a motor vehicle, and theft by unlawful taking, under $500. Davis is additionally charged with marijuana possession. Both were lodged in the Madison County Detention Center, where they remained Monday afternoon.
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Michael Golden, 35, of McKee, no image available, was arrested by Richmond police after attempting to break into a Turpin Drive home Sunday afternoon.
Officers responded to the location after someone called 911 to report that Golden was trying to kick in their backdoor. When police arrived, they found Golden on the back porch, and he was sweating profusely and became extremely irate at the sight of officers. Golden then jumped off the porch towards officers and attempted to flee on foot, according to his citation.
Police were able to catch Golden by his right arm, but Golden began striking the officers in the chest, grabbing at them, causing Golden and an officer to fall to the ground, where Golden came out of his shirt and began fleeing again, this time toward Sizemore Drive, his citation states.
Officers followed in pursuit as Golden jumped a fence into a pasture, then jumped a fence into a yard on North Third Street, and fled across the road into Fort Knox Storage, jumping yet another fence. Golden fled across the parking lot, jumping another fence before finding himself surrounded by police in the back lot of the Madison County Schools bus garage, according to his citation.
Golden tried to hide from police in a thicket but was eventually detained. Golden began to scream and curse at officers, the citation notes, and attempted to kick an officer's patrol car window once he was placed in the back seat.
While in booking, Golden became irate telling deputy jailers that he was going to blow someone's head off once he got out, as well as threatening the jailers. He screamed at detention center staff for his one phone call and began to hit and headbutt deputy jailers when they advised him to sit down. Golden also advised he was high on methamphetamine, his citation notes.
In addition to a deputy jailer getting an injured hand, an officer's baton carrier was broken in the altercation with police.
Golden was booked into the MCDC, where he remained on Monday afternoon. He is charged with attempted second-degree burglary, third-degree assault (police officer), first-degree fleeing/evading (on foot), public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol), third-degree criminal mischief, third-degree terroristic threatening, resisting arrest, third-degree assault (inmate assault on a corrections employee) and third-degree criminal trespassing.
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Others arrested recently include:
• Gary Biggers, 27, of Lexington, theft by unlawful taking, more than $500, but less than $10,000.
• James Burrell, 51, homeless, first-degree controlled substance possession, drug paraphernalia possession and theft by unlawful taking, less than $500.
• Christopher Coffey, 36, of Scaffold Cain Road, Berea, two charges of first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), first-degree promoting contraband and drug paraphernalia possession.
• Jackie Couch, 52, of Battlefield Memorial Highway, Berea, first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin) and public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol).
• Raymond Crutcher, 31, of Bonaza Drive, Richmond, speeding 17 miles over the limit, failure of owner to maintain insurance and second-degree fleeing/evading police (on foot).
• Damon Baesler, 39, of Norton Drive, Richmond, failure to wear a seatbelt, failure of owner to maintain insurance, first-degree controlled substance possession (opiates), operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs/alcohol (third offense), failure to produce insurance card, no registration plates, reckless driving, no registration receipt and drug paraphernalia possession.
• Kaylen Dunn, 20, of East Broadway Street, Richmond, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), two charges of tampering with physical evidence, drug paraphernalia possession and public intoxication of a controlled substance (excludes alcohol).
• Ashley Evans, 31, of East Haiti Road, Berea, receiving stolen property (firearm) and theft by deception, including cold checks under $500.
• Joseph Estes, 36, of Keystone Drive, Richmond, first-degree fleeing/evading police (on foot), resisting arrest, first-degree, third-offense or more, controlled substance possession (methamphetamine) first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin), first-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified), second-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified) and drug paraphernalia possession.
• Linda Gadd, 48, of Madison View Road, Berea, theft by unlawful taking, more than $500 but under $10,000.
• Jerri Gadd, 28, of Madison View Road, Berea, theft by unlawful taking, more than $500 but under $10,000.
• Charles Kavanaugh, 31, of Overland Drive, Richmond, second-degree promoting contraband and first-degree promoting contraband.
• Bobby Newton, 35, of Tyner, Ky., theft by deception, including cold checks more than $500 but under $10,000.
• Derrick Parks, 35, of Boggs Lane, Richmond, tampering with physical evidence and drug paraphernalia possession.
• Mason Phillips, 26, of Livingston, drug paraphernalia possession.
• Craig Shearer, 40, of Autumn Leaf Drive, Richmond, controlled substance trafficking.
• Christopher Thomas, 45, of Greens Crossing, Richmond, receiving stolen property under $10,000.
• Lois Webster, 61, Shirdell Drive, Richmond, theft by deception, including cold checks under $500.
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