Tyler McKeehan, 26, Berea, was charged with fourth-degree assault (no visible injury) and third-degree assault (inmate assault on correctional employee) on Saturday.
According to a citation, on Jan. 15, McKeehan was in passive booking and restrained with a transport belt and handcuffs. At the time, McKeehan stood up and began to assault another inmate while in the bindings.
He allegedly kneed the other inmate in the back of the head. When an employee attempted to intervene, McKeehan used his full body weight to push the employee, which caused the employee to hit the ground. McKeehan was then placed in full restraints.
Man charged with assault
Okey Boggs, 25, Berea, is charged with fourth-degree assault (domestic violence/no visible injury), alcohol intoxication in a public place (first and second offense), and menacing he was arrested by Berea police on Monday.
According to a citation, officers responded in reference to a domestic. Upon arrival, an officer noticed a broken phone and a kitchen knife on the ground. The victim stated Boggs had run back inside. Officers cleared the residence. While doing so, the officers noticed a broken tv and numerous items scattered around the residence, allegedly as if two people had been fighting.
The citation states, the victim said Boggs got into an argument with her about a text on her phone. She said he grabbed her by the arm and pushed her down the stairs. She said she then ran outside to go to a neighbor's for help. Allegedly, Boggs chased her out into the parking lot then ran back inside.
An officer left the residence, but later noticed Boggs walking on Kaye Street covered in mud. The officer spoke with Boggs and noticed slurred speech and the odor of alcohol on his breath. Boss was placed under arrest. While being arrested, Boggs told the officer he hoped he died and would get shot as well as he needed to watch out when Boggs got out of jail for messing with his wife. Boggs was transported to the Madison County Detention Center.
Wilmer Dade, 38, Winchester, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon (enhancement), possession of marijuana (enhancement), trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin/enhancement/first offense), buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.
Melissa Jarvis, 40, Mount Vernon, first-degree wanton endangerment.
Aja D. Lacy, 50, Richmond, third-degree criminal trespassing, second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree terroristic threatening.
Jack Bishop, 51, Lancaster, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.
Lisa Sizemore, 54, Berea, theft by unlawful taking or distribution (shoplifting up to $500), second-degree criminal trespassing.
Bryan Jones, 31, Richmond, tampering with prisoner monitoring device, second-degree escape.
Joshua Isaacs, 33, Berea, theft by unlawful taking or distribution (shoplifting up to $500), first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first offense), buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.
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