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Arrests published in the Jessamine Journal 5.31.18

Nicholasville man arrested for criminal mischief

Anthony D. Turner, 36, of 392 Hartley Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 22 for third-degree burglary and first-degree criminal mischief, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers were dispatched to 101 N. Plaza Drive in reference to a possible burglary in process. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Turner who was standing in front of the store. The night clerk informed officers that he was the one who had called 911. The person who was attempting to rob Turner was ordered to the ground, handcuffed and detained.

Turner was unable to answer questions about what he was doing at the Marathon gas station or the events leading up to the officers arrival on scene. The only information he could give was his name and date of birth, according to the citation.

Turner was able to talk, although allegedly preceded to speak to people that were not there. When asked who he was speaking to, he told officers, “two guys with balls for Hannah and Amanda. We got to take this place here and run it.” Turner also stated that he owned Toyota on Nicholasville, was going to take Jon Sallee to the sheriff’s office and that he had frozen R.J. Corman’s bank accounts, according to the citation.

Turner was transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center.

Lawrenceburg man arrested for assault

Russell C. Sayre, 23, of 1143 Alton Station Road in Lawrenceburg, was arrested on May 20 for first-offense DUI and fourth-degree assault, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Sayre was observed driving on a public roadway by two Lexington officers who observed Sayre hit the female in his vehicle. The officers were able to get Sayre and his passenger out in the Kroger parking lot. Sayre allegedly admitted to drinking alcohol and was given a horizontal gaze test which he failed. Sayre was arrested for DUI and taken to the Jessamine County Detention center. Sayre asked to call his father instead of an attorney, according to the citation.

The female in the vehicle allegedly told officers that they were only arguing and she was pushed, and finally admitted that Sayre hit her in the vehicle causing pain, according to the citation. The female had a small trickle of blood from her upper lip. Another female pulled up and allegedly told officers she witnessed the violence and was in fear of the passengers safety.

Sayre also had a warrant our for his arrest for fourth-degree assault with the same female, according to the citation.

Man arrested after overdose in vehicle

Dennie Huff, 47, address unknown, was arrested for DUI, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers responded to 411 S. Main St. in reference to an overdose at the Family Dollar. On scene, officers observed Huff in the drivers seat of the vehicle with his keys in the ignition, according to the citation.

Huff allegedly gained consciousness once Narcan was administered, and had experienced an overdose after using suspected heroin. Multiple syringes were allegedly recovered from the vehicle, two of which were found on the dash board. Huff was transported to St. Joseph Jessamine where he refused a Kentucky State Police drug test. Huff was then transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Lexington man arrested for possession, trafficking in controlled substance

David J. Meyer, 45, of 2808 Clays Mill Road in Lexington, was arrested on May 22 for trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers received a call that Meyer was sitting outside of 908 Wabarto allegedly dealing drugs.  The caller advised a female had exchanged envelopes with someone inside Meyer’s vehicle. Upon contact with Meyer, it was discovered that he had two open warrants for his arrest. Meyer allegedly told officers there was a joint in a cigarette pack in the cup holder. Upon searching the truck, officers allegedly located a baggie of suspected methamphetamine underneath the center console packaged for sale. Officers also found a black zippered pouch laying on the floor next to the driver’s floorboard. Inside was methamphetamine, six morphine tablets, new ziplock baggies, a set of digital scales and several bundles of cash rolled up with narcotics. Officers confronted Meyer who allegedly claimed all of the narcotics. Meyer gave consent for officers to look at his cell phone, where messages pertaining to the buying and selling of narcotics were present. Meyer’s phone was seized and booked as evidence. He was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Lancaster man arrested for possession of marijuana

Tanner Graham,20, of 515 Danville Road in Lancaster, was arrested on May 26 for trafficking in marijuana and possession of a controlled substance, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers received a call of a noise complaint, and upon arrival were told of an alleged drug transaction occurring near a red pickup truck. Upon approaching the scene, Graham allegedly began walking away from a red Mazda pick up truck with a plastic shopping bag. Graham admitted to being in possession of marijuana, and as officers opened the shopping bag Graham admitted to possession of cocaine, according to the citation.

Upon searching the shopping bag, officers found a large quantity of marijuana, a small portion of marijuana and a small baggie containing cocaine.

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

Nicholasville man arrested for possession of marijuana

Lakin Riley Todd, 23, of 428 Miles Road in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 26 for DUI and possession of marijuana, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Todd was observed traveling east down East Maple Street allegedly going slower than the posted speed limit and weaving in and out of his lane of travel. The vehicle had only one tail lamp illuminated, according to the citation.

Todd turned on Miles Road and allegedly crossed over into the oncoming traffic. Upon contact with Todd, he was observed as having slurred speech and seemed allegedly lethargic. Todd had red eyes, and allegedly told officers he has an eye infection, according to the citation.

Todd refused a field sobriety test and was placed under arrest. Upon searching, officers found seven grams of marijuana inside Todd’s left pant pocket. Todd admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the day and was transported to St. Joseph Jessamine where he refused a blood test. Todd was then transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Maryland man arrested for DUI

Joshua Antonio Kirkland, 21, of 1423 Farmcrest Way in Silver Springs, Maryland, was arrested on May 26 for speeding 25 MPH over the speed limit, failure to dim headlights and DUI, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers observed Kirkland traveling southbound on the US27 at a high rate of speed, having their bright lights illuminated and failing to turn them off for other vehicles on the roadway. Kirkland was stopped, and was described as having slurred speech and appearing very lethargic. Kirkland stated that he did not consume any drugs or alcohol prior to operating the motor vehicle. A horizontal gaze test was performed which Kirkland failed. A search incident resulted in a plastic bag with marijuana residue which was located among a sum of cash. Kirkland was transported to St. Joseph Jessamine for a blood test, and later transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Nicholasville woman arrested for public intoxication

Angela Byrd, 36, of 448 Corman Road in Nicholasville, was arrested for public intoxication (excluding alcohol), according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers were dispatched to the Fivestar located at 708 S. Main St. in reference to a female causing a disturbance, who allegedly changed clothes inside the store, washed her hair in the slushy machine and poured soda all over the floor, according to the citation.

Byrd was located around the corner of the store with damp hair and carrying clothing. She was described as appearing to be under the influence of a substance other than alcohol, and allegedly could not answer law enforcement questions without rambling appearing to also have no control over her body movements.

Visual sores were observed on Byrd’s arms and face, pursuant to methamphetamine use, according to the citation. Byrd was placed under arrest and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center.

 

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

­­— Kayla Shephard, 25, of 103 Hartley Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 11 for failure to appear.

­­— Donnie L. Dobson, 47, of 214 Christopher Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 17 for criminal trespassing.

­­— Shannon Dale Hurt, 36, of 800 Beaufort Place Apt 8 in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 21 for contempt of court.

­­— William Long, 47, address unknown, was arrested on May 21 for violation of a Kentucky emergency protection order.

­­— Joanna Marie Lister, 46, of 117 Briarwood Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 21 for alcohol intoxication in a public place, second-degree disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.

­­— Brittany Tolar, 31, address unknown, was arrested on May 21 for alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­­— David A. Smith, 47, of 201 N. Second St. in Nicholasville,was arrested on May 21 for alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­­— Malisha Robbins, 37., of 106 Lake View Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 21 for a parole violation.

­­— John Preston, 56, of 250 Williamsburg in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 21 for fourth-degree assault and terroristic threatening.

­­— Tristan Cole Robinson, 25, address unknown, was arrested on May 22 for public intoxication in a public place.

­­— John David Meyer, 45, of 2808 Clays Mill Road in Lexington, was arrested on May 22 for first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

­­— Hayden Grant Doolan, 20, of 152 Eagle Nest Road in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 22 for DUI.

­­— Ronnie L. Frye, 34, of 236 Maple Leaf Lane in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 22 for contempt of court.

­­— James King, 35, of 104 S. Central in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 22 for fourth-degree assault.

­­— David R. Angel, 39, of 1581 Elm Fern Ridge in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 22 for failure to appear.

­­— David Warner, 43, of 524 Bell Plaza in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 22 for failure to appear.

­­— Paul Arlington Schemer, 71, of 621 Pin Oak Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 23 for failure to appear.

­­— Katie L. Foster, 24, of 324 Wilson St. in Lexington, was arrested on May 23 for failure to appear.

­­— Christopher Williams, 33, of 1117 Brumfield Lane in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 24 for public intoxication.

­­— David Honker, 43, of 100 Ironwood in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 24 for theft by unlawful taking.

­­— Charles R. McKinney, 30, of 1552 Poosey Ridge Road in Richmond, was arrested on May 24 for non-payment of court fees.

­­— Leann Melissa Steward, 36, of 166 Willie Green Road in London, was arrested on May 24 for theft by unlawful taking, first-degree promoting contraband and first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

­­— Mark Allen Thompson, 66, of 2501 Chrisman Mill Road in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 24 for DUI.

­­— Robert Simpson, 30, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for failure to appear.

­­— Eric Herring, 37, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for failure to appear.

­­— Christopher McQueen, 51, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for  contempt.

­­— Nathan Peel, 36, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for violation of a Kentucky emergency protection order.

­­— Christopher Hulett, 38, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for theft by unlawful taking, trafficking in a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

­­— Paul Clem, 26, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

­­— Eric Hurring, 37, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for third-degree burglary and fleeing or evading police.

­­— Trevino Coney, 30, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

­­— Charles Ratliff, 59, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for first-degree wanton endangerment and third-degree terroristic threatening.

­­— Kelsey Bantan, 27, of the Jessamine County Detention Center, was arrested on May 24 for receiving stolen property, theft of identity of another without consent and giving officer false identifying information.

­­— Rhonda Erelewein Fogel, 45, of 2754 Chrisman Mill Road in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 24 for violation of a Kentucky emergency protection order.

­­— James L. Mineifeld, 64, of 221 Rebel Road #2 in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 25 for non-payment of court fees.

­­— William D. Young, 47, of 113 Rarrick in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 25 for failure to appear.

­­— Courtney A. Coffey, 28, of 625 Harrodsburg Road in Lexington, was arrested on May 25 for failure to appear.

­­— Donna Smith, 46, of 704 Second St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 25 for failure to appear.

­­— Nathaniel Baker, 37, of 170 Johnson Avenue in Lancaster, was arrested on May 25 for a probation violation.

­­— Tera Adams, 42, of 219 S. Main St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 25 for alcohol intoxication in a public place.

­­— Anthony D. Turner, 36, of 392 Hartley Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 25 for criminal mischief.

­­— Brooke A. Allen, 28, of 142 Heritage Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 25 for DUI and no operators license.

­­— Casey Pendleton, 20, of 316 E. Brown St. in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 26 for criminal abuse of a child under 12.

­­— Shaquona R. Moore, 36, of 159 Grinder Court in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 2 for non-payment of court fees.

­­— Tabitha L. Himes, 24, of 102 Jessamine Avenue in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 26 for contempt of court.

­­— Donald Johnson, 44, of 107 Applegrove in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 26 for failure to appear.

­­— Mathew Curtis Harmon, 22, of 257 Highland Avenue in Lancaster, was arrested on May 26 for carrying a concealed weapon.

­­— William Long, 44, of 117 Brookview Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 26 for violation of a Kentucky emergency protection order.

­­— Samantha Ann Lef, 38, of 2905 Sandersville Road in Lexington, was arrested on May 28 for DUI.

­­— Cooper McCabe Oldham, 22, of 1276 Dale Drive #A in Lexington, was arrested on May 28 for speeding 22 MPH over the limit, DUI, failure to maintain required insurance and possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle.

­­— Derrick Derain Osten, 33, of 232 Locust Heights in Nicholasville was arrested on May 28 for failure to appear, giving officer false identifying information and non-payment of court fees.

­­— Bryan Henry Arrowood, 42, of 105 Paige Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 28 for first-degree robbery.

­­— Dorothy Beth Jones, 40, of 514 Foxwood Drive in Nicholasville, was arrested on May 28 for theft by unlawful taking.

­­— Guise Volodymyr, 38, of 961 HammockOak Lane in Lexington, was arrested on May 29 for speeding 23 MPH over the limit, operating on a suspended or revoked license and failure to maintain required insurance.