Two Lexington men were arrested in Richmond early Wednesday morning after they were reported to have broken into a home located in Smith Village.
According to separate police citations, Kerohn Williams, 18, and Evan Fralix, 21, have been arrested after the two reportedly attempted to rob a home.
The citation states a resident of the home contacted police when she heard people in her kitchen. When the complainant went to investigate the noise, she then chased the two from her home outside and stated she saw them get into a white car.
Once officers arrived at the scene, they found several of the victims and other individuals arguing around the vehicle. Officers noticed the kitchen window had been broken and unlocked.
When officers spoke with the suspects, they advised they did not know whose vehicle they were in, but admitted to driving it.
Officers noted a smell of marijuana and a ski mask inside the car. After their search, officers located a victim's debit card, a ski mask and a small amount of marijuana.
Both Williams and Fralix stated they did not know anything about the debit card, or the marijuana. Both were taken to the Madison County Detention Center where they remained Wednesday afternoon according to online jail records.
Other arrests include:
• Robert Coney, 32, Boone Way, Richmond, first offense operating a motor vehicle under the influence, operating on a suspended or revoked license, theft by unlawful taking of a vehicle more than $500, and theft by unlawful taking of things inside the vehicle.
• Kenneth Couch, 39, Overland Drive, Richmond, fourth-degree assault (minor injury).
• Steven Denny, 45, Union City Road Richmond, speeding 10 MPH over the speed limit, failure to wear seatbelts, failure to produce insurance card, first offense driving on a suspended license (aggravated circumstance), third offense driving under the influence.
• Bruce Flannery, 50, McKee, alcohol intoxication in a public place, first-degree, second offense illegal possession of a legend drug.
• Justin Shears, 28, Turpin Drive, Richmond, theft by unlawful taking by shoplifting under $500 and tampering with physical evidence.
• Gregory Strong, 38, Northgate Drive, Richmond, second-degree robbery.
• Courtney Branham, 26, Winchester, theft by unlawful taking over $10,000 but under $1,000,000.
• Katherine Turner, 42, Walter Lane, Waco, public intoxication (excludes alcohol), first offense, first-degree possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), possession of marijuana, first offense, first-degree possession of controlled substance (drug unspecified), possession of drug paraphernalia (buy/possess).
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