Berea police arrested a man for second-degree rape (no force) after a 13-year-old told officers he had sex with her on May 11 in a church parking lot on Reed Hill.
Officers met with Michael Granillo, 19, McKee, Wednesday afternoon and interviewed him at the Berea Police Department, according to a citation. Granillo said he had arranged to meet with the victim, and his intent in doing so was to have a sexual relationship with the 13-year-old.
Granillo admitted to having sex with the victim in his vehicle parked at the church, the citation states.
Granillo was taken to the Madison County Detention Center, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Madison County deputies arrested Jonathan Kelly, 42, Old U.S. 25, Berea, on a Madison County warrant Wednesday afternoon that charges him with fourth-degree assault (domestic violence), two counts of first-degree unlawful imprisonment, two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and two counts of third-degree terroristic threatening.
According to the warrant, on May 4, Kelly thought his friend and another person were messing around, so he pulled out his .38-caliber handgun and told his friend to leave or he was going to kill the friend.
After the friend left, Kelly put the gun up to the throat of the other person, and when the victim tried to talk, he smacked them on each side of their face, the warrant states. He wouldn't let the victim leave and told them he didn't know what he was going to do with them: kill them or pistol whip them.
Kelly then called his mom to cancel dinner plans, and the victim yelled, "Help me momma," the warrant states. Kelly's mother then went to the residence and got between Kelly and the victim. Kelly took some belongings and left the residence.
He was arrested on West Main Street and was taken to the MCDC. He was released later Wednesday, according to online jail records.
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Madison County deputies arrested Timothy Walters, 47, Ida Green Lane, Waco, on a Madison County indictment warrant Wednesday night that charges him with cultivating marijuana (five plants or more) after he was pulled over on Gravel Lick Road.
Walters' rear license plate wasn't illuminated, according to a citation. When deputies spoke with Walters, they could smell marijuana.
Deputies told Walters they could smell marijuana, and he handed about 7 grams of marijuana to deputies, the citation states. Deputies also found a pack of rolling papers and a pair of small scissors.
In addition to the indictment warrant charge, Walters was charged with rear license not illuminated, improper equipment, failure to wear seat belts and marijuana possession from the traffic stop.
Walters was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Joshua Isaacs, 31, homeless, Thursday morning on a Madison County warrant that charges him with theft by unlawful taking (auto, $10,000 or more, but less than $1,000,000).
According to the warrant, on May 22, Isaacs took someone else's vehicle to get detailed, but never returned the vehicle. On May 23, deputies found the vehicle wrecked into a fence and abandoned on Greens Crossing Road.
Isaacs was arrested on North Killarney Lane and was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Christopher Woods, 29, North Killarney Lane, for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, second-degree forgery, first-degree controlled substance possession (methamphetamine), second-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified) and third-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified) after officers were called to Cumberland Valley National Bank Wednesday afternoon,
Employees at the bank and the victim told police Woods tried to cash a check for $900 made out to himself by forging the victim's signature and information on the check.
The employees said they couldn't cash the check, and Woods left the bank. Officers found him as he was heading to his home, and he admitted that he tried to cash the check and to forging it. Woods also told police more checks might be in his room, along with drugs and paraphernalia, the citation states.
Woods allowed officers to search his room, and they found a chunk of methamphetamine, six Gabapentin pills and one suboxone pill, the citation states. However, three missing checks were not found.
Woods was taken to the MCDC, where he remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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Richmond police arrested Julia Childers, 43, Redhouse Road, Richmond, for third-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified), second-degree controlled substance possession (drug unspecified) and buying/possessing paraphernalia Wednesday afternoon after an off-duty officer reported she was walking in the area of Big Hill Avenue and East Main Street.
The off-duty officer reported she was wanted on multiple warrants for failure to appear and a probation violation, according to a citation. Officers found out she was hiding in a residence on East Main Street.
Officers went to the residence, and one of the residents went inside to see if she was there, and she then went outside, the citation states. She was searched before she was arrested, and officers found several cut straws with residue, lighters, two glass methamphetamine pipes, the corner of an orange tablet and three round red tablets.
Childers was taken to the MCDC, where she remained Thursday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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