Berea police arrested a woman for second-degree disorderly conduct, two counts of third-degree assault (police officer), resisting arrest and menacing after it was reported that she was on drugs, talking to herself and threatening herself as well as others early Saturday morning.
Officers arrived at the residence on Edgar Drive and could hear Rachel Crouch (no image available), 27, Edgar Drive, Berea, yelling at other people from outside, according to a citation. When officers spoke with Crouch, it appeared that she was under the influence of an unknown drug.
Crouch was also irate, the citation states, and was talking to herself. She was paranoid of everything, as well. Officers gave her chances to calm down and talk with police, but she continued to became more irate.
Madison County EMS was then called to the scene and began to talk with Crouch, the citation states. They told Crouch to go outside so they could take her to a hospital, and Crouch then clinched her fists and began yelling, "Come on, let's go."
Officers stepped in and told Crouch to leave the residence, and she continued to act aggressively, keeping her fists clinched. She said, "It was about to go down," the citation states.
Police grabbed Crouch by her arm, and she slapped his arm away, the citation states. Officers then tried to grab Crouch, but she fell to the ground and began kicking and slapping two officers as they tried to handcuff her.
Officers had to use a Taser in order to handcuff Crouch and take her to the Madison County Detention Center, where she remained Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Berea police arrested Rhoda Larson-Lowing, 55, Buckley, Michigan, for second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree assault (police officer) and resisting arrest Monday morning after officers were called to Speedway on Prince Royal Drive, where it was reported she was cursing other customers and store employees.
Officers arrived and were told that Larson-Lowing had walked across the street to Minit Mart Shell, according to a citation. An officer found her inside the store, and while tying to talk to her, she was argumentative.
Larson-Lowing said she was mad because she wanted a cigarette and something to drink, but no one had her brand of cigarettes, the citation states. She then slammed two drinks down on the counter and tried to go out the door.
The officer stopped her from leaving, and Larson-Lowing kicked the officer in their crotch area, the citation states. The officer told her she was being arrested, and she kicked the officer again.
Another officer then arrived at the store, and police were able to handcuff Larson-Lowing and take her to the MCDC, where she remained Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Madison County deputies arrested Samuel Sell, 22, Arthur Jackson Road, Berea, for buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, two counts of third-degree assault (police officer) and first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine) Sunday morning after they were told there was a naked man in the parking lot of Bobtown Food Market.
While deputies were on their way there, one was flagged down by a person who said that it appeared the allegedly naked man was "shooting up," according to a citation. When deputies arrived, Sell was clothed, and deputies asked him if he had been naked or "shooting up."
Sell said he hadn't, but he admitted to having syringes in his tool bag, claiming to be diabetic, the citation states. He gave permission to police to search the bag, and deputies found two syringes next to aluminum foil with burnt residue.
Sell then agreed to be searched by deputies and placed his hands on a wall per deputies' instructions, but when deputies began to pat him down, Sell turned toward them, according to the citation. Deputies told Sell he was being detained, and Sell refused to cooperate with police.
Instead, Sell pulled away from deputies and began kicking back at them as they tried to arrest him. Deputies took Sell to the ground, where he continued to resist arrest, forcing deputies to use "hard empty hand strikes," the citation states.
Deputies then searched Sell and found a small amount of suspected methamphetamine inside his pants pocket, the citation states. Sell was taken to Baptist Health Richmond for minor injuries before he was booked into the MCDC. He remained in jail Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Berea police arrested Robert Archibald, 40, Irvine, for first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), resisting arrest and third-degree assault (police officer) Friday night after officers noticed him sitting halfway in and halfway out of a vehicle beside the Dollar General Store.
Garbage was all around the vehicle, and Archibald had several tools in his pocket, according to a citation.
A police dog was called to the scene and indicated there were drugs in the passenger side of the vehicle, the citation states.
Deputies detained Archibald, and while he was removing keys from his pocket, he tensed up and started to pull away from officers, according to the citation. Archibald started to fight police, kicking an officer, and resist arrest, and officers used a Taser on him.
Archibald still resisted arrest, and officers used another Taser on Archibald, at which point he was detained, the citation states. Officers searched the vehicle and found suspected methamphetamine.
Archibald was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Brandy Mullins, 33, Spurlin Mobile Home Park, Saturday afternoon for third-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified), buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, second offense first-degree controlled substance possession (heroin) and first-degree promoting contraband.
Officers had made contact with Mullins at Peddlers Mall on Eastern Bypass and detained her for a suspected shoplifting offense, according to a citation. Mullins then agreed to be searched.
Officers found two pills identified as clonazepam, two empty syringes and a metal spoon with burn marks and cotton fragments on it, the citation states. Mullins said she didn't have a prescription for the pills.
When Mullins was taken to the MCDC, she said she had more syringes concealed, the citation states. A lieutenant jailer searched her and found suspected heroin in a baggie, along with another spoon and several more syringes.
Mullins remained in jail Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Christopher Biliter, 47, Pikeville, for alcohol intoxication in a public place and third-degree criminal mischief Sunday morning after officers were called to Blue Moon, where it was reported he was trying to break into the building.
Officers arrived and met with Biliter on Elm Street behind the business, according to a citation. He had an open can of beer, was unsteady and smell of alcohol.
Biliter told police he had been drinking at Blue Moon and was trying to get home, the citation states. He said he woke up in the bar and was locked in, so he tried to bust his way out.
Officers spoke with a witness, who showed officers a video of Biliter trying to break into the business, the citation states. The witness said he had struck the front door with a metal chair. Officers noticed minor damage to the door's window frame and window signage.
Biliter was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Monday afternoon. According to online jail records and bond paperwork, he is also charged with first-degree promoting contraband and marijuana possession.
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Kentucky State Police arrested Amber Skinner, 31, McKee, for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated Sunday night.
Troopers had received a complaint of a vehicle on US 421 traveling north with a female driver who was driving recklessly, according to a citation. Troopers were on their way when they got another call about the same vehicle at the Kingston Shell station with a female driver who was passed out.
Troopers arrived and noticed Skinner passed out in the driver seat with the keys in the ignition of the vehicle, the citation states. Troopers had to kick the door several times for Skinner to wake up, and as she exited the vehicle, she had trouble standing.
Skinner also had droopy eyes and failed a sobriety field test, according to the citation. She told police she had taken klonopin pills earlier in the day.
Skinner was taken to the MCDC, where she was charged with first-degree promoting contraband, according to a second citation. She remained in jail Monday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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