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Arrests published in the Jessamine Journal 5.3.18

Nicholasville man arrested for fourth-degree assault

Jason A. Wyatt, 43, of 113 Mint Lane in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 27 for fourth-degree assault, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Wyatt allegedly put a victim in a choke-hold during an argument while sitting at home and once released from the hold, the victim attempted to flee and was forced back to the house by Wyatt, according to the citation.

Officers found the victim located on the bedroom floor of the residence in the fetal position having difficulty breathing and complaining of left arm pain, which was allegedly visibly red.

Wyatt was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Nicholasville man arrested for DUI

Travis C. Kemp, 24, of 109 Wichita Drive #15 in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 29 for DUI and possession of an alcoholic container in a motor vehicle, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers responded to a possible DUI on Wichita Drive and were advised the operator was a male named Travis in a blue Ford. Officers allegedly searched the area and were unable to locate the vehicle. Finally locating the vehicle at Local Liquor, Kemp was seen allegedly exiting the drivers seat. Officers circled the building  and noticed the vehicle move to the side of the building, where they found Kemp hiding in the bushes with the keys to the vehicle in his hands. Kemp was described as unsteady on his feet and displaying slurred speech with red glassy eyes.

A field sobriety test was administered, which Kemp failed. A breathalyzer test result was .381 Kemp admitted to driving the vehicle to the location, and officers located an opener container in a cup holder in the center console. Kemp was arrested and transported to St. Joseph Jessamine where he submitted to a Kentucky State Police blood test. After eight hours, Kemp was medically cleared and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Nicholasville woman arrested  for criminal trespassing and tampering with physical evidence

Whitney Williams, 31, of 1001 Keene South Elkhorn in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for third-degree criminal trespassing, public intoxication, tampering with physical evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers were advised that Williams was in a vehicle in which she was not wanted. Williams was observed in the vehicle and was described as manifestly under the influence of a controlled substance and appearing to be confrontational, according to the citation.

After instructing Williams at least four times to exit the vehicle while also advising if she did not she would be arrested, she allegedly told officers that she was not going to exit and remained inside of the vehicle.

Officers then removed Williams from the vehicle and placed her under arrest. After being instructed about bringing contraband inside the jail, Williams stated that she had contraband inside her bra and attempted to remove it. Officers instructed Williams to surrender the paraphernalia inside her bra, or face being charged with tampering with evidence if she attempted to dispose of it. Williams then allegedly removed the syringe and threw it into the ditch behind her. Williams was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Nicholasville woman arrested for public intoxication

Jessica Fritts, 28, of 215 S. Main St. #A in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 29 for public intoxication (excluding alcohol), according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers were flagged down by Walmart management about a female which had been seated in the breezeway for the past few hours of the local Walmart. Officers observed Fritts seated in the corner of the grocery side breezeway near an outlet. Fritts identified herself by social security number and appeared to be unable to control her body movements. She was described as having visible sores on her face from picking at herself, according to the citation.

She was also described as having slurred speech and seemed lethargic, unable to speak complete sentences and appeared to be manifestly under the influence of something besides alcohol. Fritts allegedly admitted to officers she had used methamphetamine and heroin within the last 24 hours.

Needles and other drug paraphernalia were located inside Fritts’ purse, she was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Nicholasville man arrested for fourth-degree assault

Keith S. McKinney, 45, of 344 Ethel Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for fourth-degree assault, according to a citation issued by the Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies responded to the above location in reference to a domestic violence complaint. Through investigation, it was discovered the victim had a visible scratch to their chest and what appeared to be a small knot on their forehead. The victim stated McKinney struck her in the head with both a closed fist and open hand, and threw them to the ground by their hair. McKinney was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Versailles man arrested for assault

Danny Raymond Jadron, 27, of 121 Macey Ave in Versailles, was arrested on April 28 for fourth-degree assault, first-degree criminal mischief and third-degree terroristic threatening, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers responded to 601 Lauren Drive to reports of a subject who had broken out the windows in a vehicle. Officers located Jadron outside of the residence with his hands bleeding. Officers were told the subject had gotten into an argument over him drinking, according to the citation.

During the argument, Jadron pushed the victim to the ground causing redness to their left elbow. Jadron allegedly then went outside and broke out the passenger side front window and front window of the victim’s car with his hands and feet. Jadron was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center where he allegedly told officers he was going to “beat their ass,” according to the citation.

 

The following reports were released by the Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office, the Nicholasville Police Department and the Wilmore Police Department:

­— Kelsey R. Bants, 27, 120 Summit at Fritz Farm #418 in Lexington, date unknown, was arrested as a fugitive from another state.

­— Kenneth W. Watson, 56, address unknown, was arrested on April 23 for third-degree disorderly conduct and a first and second-offense alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­— Baryon Dee Bones, 42, of 4113 Forsythe Drive in Lexington was arrested on April 24 for failure to appear.

­— Scott Thompson, 45, of 101 Richmond Ave in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 24 for third-degree terroristic threatening.

­— Jacob Lay, 19, of 1101 Hunters Ferry in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 24 for giving false identifying information.

­— John R. Hensley, 30, of 513 Pinewood Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 24 for first and second-offense alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­— Lisa Renee Faulkner, 54, address unknown, was arrested on April 24 for failure to appear.

­— Angela Byrd, 36, of 448 Corman Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 24 for contempt of court.

­— Cody J. Thomas, 23, of 115 Southview Drive # 6 in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 24 for non-payment of court fees.

­— Jacob Lay 19, of the Jessamine County Detention Center was arrested on April 25 for a parole violation.

­— Laporscha Monieco Stringer, 28, of 104 Elkchester Circle in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 25 on a Fayette County warrant.

­— Cordell H. Dodson, 20, of 218 E. Maple St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 25 for contempt of court.

­— Rebecca Ann Hendrickson, 41, of 1127 1/2 Kees Road in Lexington, was arrested on April 25 for theft by unlawful taking under $500.

­— Harold Louis Thomas, 59, of 200 N. Second St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 25 for fourth-degree domestic assault.

­— James T., 21, address unknown, was arrested on April 26 for contempt of court.

­— Carl Collins, 35, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 26 for first-degree rape, first-degree sodomy and incest.

­— Kurtis McCoy, 29, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 26 for first-degree first-offense possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), second-degree possession of a controlled substance (drug unspecified), possession of drug paraphernalia and operating on a suspended or revoked license.

­— Jimmy Brim, 35, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 26 for receiving stolen property $10,000 or more.

­— David Begley, 36, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 26 for a second-offense criminal possession of a fraudulent instrument.

­— Jason Norman, 46, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 26 for DUI, first-degree promoting contraband and first-degree first offense possession of a controlled substance (heroin).

­— Morris Gill, 28, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested onApril 26 for failure to appear.

­— Joshua A. Shelton, 25, of 300 Wichita Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 26 on a Garrad County warrant.

­— Clifton G. Perkins, 25, of 3589 Cephes Way in Lexington, was arrested on April 26 for failure to appear, failure to pay and a probation violation.

­— James Maurice Lawson, 47, of 104 Homestead in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 26 for non-payment of court fees.

­— Daniel A. Petrey, 31, of 305 Lake Street #3 in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 26 for violating of a Kentucky emergency protection order.

­— David A. Smith, 47, of 201 E. Oak st. in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 26 for alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­— Travis Stevens, 35, of 720 S. Main #24 in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 27 on a 1976 inanduratant release warrant.

­— Tina Joiner, 56, of 202 Wabarto Way in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 27 for receiving stolen property under $10,000.

­— Joseph Caallaro, 37, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 27 for violation of a Kentucky emergency protection order.

­— Jennifer Wheeler, 45, of 322 E. Brown St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 27 for welfare fraud false statement to receive benefits.

­— Phillip Anthony 50, of 118 Garnett Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 27 for third-degree criminal trespassing.

­— William Justin Garrett, 25, of 2623 McCauley Road in Wilmore, was arrested on April 27 for disregarding a stop sign and DUI.

­— Clinton Gross, 38, homeless, was arrested on April 28 for send-degree assault.

­— Jacob Outright, 18, of 118 Bass Pond Glenn, was arrested on April 28 for fourth-degree assault.

­— David B. Hurt, 44, of 102 meadow Lane in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 28 for a first and second-offense alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­— David E. Begley, 36, of 121 Carriage Lane in Bulan, was arrested on April 29 for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

­— David S. Honker, 43, of 100 Ironwood Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 29 for non-payment of court fees.

­— Jordan Crabbs, 24, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on April 30 for violation of condition son release.

­— John E. Rooney, 25, of 305 Lake St. #18 in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for failure to appear.

­— Brandon Queen, 35, of 1945 Fontaine Road in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for theft by unlawful taking under $500.

­— Sean D. Morton, 27, of 225 S. highland St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for theft by unlawful taking under 4500, first-degree first-offense possession of a controlled substance (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

­— Megan D. Arreguin, 33, of 11 Lincoln St. in Winchester, was arrested on April 30 for first-degree promoting contraband and first-degree first-offense possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), theft by unlawful taking under $500 and possession of drug paraphernalia. Lyndelle Roberson, 32, of 80 before Place #7 in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for first-degree and first-offense alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­— James Clay Morton, 63, of 204 Jessamine Ave. in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for fourth-degree assault.

­— Paul Lee McGregor, 32, of 109 Lynnwood Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on April 30 for a third-offense alcohol intoxication in a public place.