Robert Thompson, 38, Richmond, was arrested on charges of second-degree indecent exposure, incest and incest with someone by forcible compulsion/incapable of consent or under the age of 18 after he was arrested by the Madison County Sherriff's Office on a warrant.
According to the warrant, Thompson solicited sexual intercourse on two occasions from a 15-year-old and on two occasions, an 18-year-old.
These solicitations took place between April 2020 and Oct. 2020, the warrant stated.
Thompson allegedly told both victims there would be repercussions if they told, the warrant stated, and both victims feared serious injury for themselves, siblings, and mother because of the threat.
In July of 2020, according to the warrant, Thompson took an 18-year-old to his workplace and solicited sex from her and exposed himself.
Man charged with assault of a police officer
John Doe, 20, address unknown, was arrested on charges of public intoxication with a controlled substance (excluding alcohol), resisting arrest, third-degree assault of a police officer and the attempt of disarming a peace officer after being arrested by Richmond police.
According to the citation, on Friday, an officer saw Doe standing in the center of Irvine Road and Robert R. Martin Bypass, waving his arms.
While the officer was approaching, Doe saw the patrol vehicle and started to run away south bound.
Doe was told multiple times to stop and let the officer help him.
Doe allegedly continued to say the officer was going to kill him and had a laser pointed at his chest. He crossed five lanes of traffic before the officer was able to make contact with him. Doe was unable to stand still and repeatedly said the officer was going to kill him.
According to the citation, as Doe was being detained he repeatedly turned and faced the officer. When the officer grabbed Doe's arm he twisted his body and caused them to fall on the ground.
While on the ground, he allegedly ripped off the officer's body camera, flash light, and attempted to grab his taser, firearm magazines, and firearm from their holsters, a citation noted. Doe was told multiple times to give the officer his hands but did not comply.
While on the ground, Doe also kicked the officer in the neck and face twice. When other officers arrived on the scene he was still resisting and refused to co-operate, according to a citation.
Once Doe was in handcuffs, he continued to resist and began kicking his feet in an attempt to get away. While trying to get control of his feet, Doe kicked the officer in the face again, a citation stated.
According to the citation, EMS arrived on the scene and Doe was transported to Baptist Health Richmond for treatment. Once treated, officers tried to place Doe into the back seat of the patrol car but he head-butted the officer.
He was transported to Madison County Detention Center on Friday.
Other arrests include:
• Aaron Shearer, 37, Monticello, Ky, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first-offense), first-degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin/first-offense), second-degree possession of a controlled substance (drug unspecified), possession of marijuana and buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Ashley Marcum, 24, Richmond, trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin/first-offense) and buying or possession of drug paraphernalia.
• George Harman, 43, Elizabethtown, Ky, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine/first-offense) and second-degree possession of a controlled substance (drug unspecified).
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