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Arrests published in the Jessamine Journal 7.19.18

Nicholasville man arrested for assault

Darin Lee Ohair, 43, of 500 Thames Circle, was arrested July 12 for fourth-degree assault, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Officers were dispatched to a physical domestic in progress at the above listed address. The victim said Ohair was intoxicated and had been physical with them. The victim also told officers Ohair grabbed them by the arm and began chocking them and attempted to bite their cheek. The victim was described as having visible bite marks and in pain. Ohair was arrested and transported to the Jessamine County Detention Center, according to the citation.

Man arrested for public intoxication

Danzel C. Pierce, address unknown, was arrested July 12 for public intoxication according to a citation issued by the Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office.

Pierce was located at Kroger asking people for rides and to use their phone. Pierce was described as confused and agitated.

He was unable to provide identifying information and allegedly exhibited paranoid tendencies. Pierce allegedly told officers he was targeted by lasers and afraid people were trying to kill him.

Pierce’s pupils were dilated even in bright light, and he was described as sweating profusely. Pierce was also described as manifestly under the influence and refused to cooperate with EMS by allegedly demonstrating irate tendencies.

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

Lancaster man arrested for marijuana, cocaine

Gary Wayne Webb, 45, of 308 Richmond St. in Lancaster, was arrested July 10 for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (cocaine), first-offense trafficking in marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and one headlight, according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

Webb was observed traveling Southbound on U.S. 27 with only one working headlight. He was recorded as traveling 68 mph in a 55 mph zone. Officers described Webb as nervous and trying to hurry the stop along. Marijuana could be smelled coming from the van, and officers advised Webb he had put in a call for another unit to conduct a K-9 sniff around the vehicle. Webb continued to imply it was unnecessary and continued to try and hurry the traffic stop along, according to the citation.

K-9 alerted to the driver door of the van, where officers found six individually-wrapped bags of suspected cocaine, approximately four ounces of marijuana in two separate bags and a set of digital scales in the driver door.

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

Nicholasville man arrested for heroin

Timothy A. Arnold, 43, of 3369 Union Mill Road in Nicholasville, was arrested July 11 for possession of a controlled substance (heroin) according to a citation issued by the Nicholasville Police Department.

While patrolling 109 Wichita Drive, officers noticed a dark green Camry parked in the road with a female in the passenger seat. At this time, the driver’s seat was empty. Officers observed Arnold leave the complex and get inside the vehicle, according to the citation.

Through investigation, it was advised Arnold failed to transfer the vehicle and the registration plates were expired.

Officers initiated a traffic stop on West Brown Street. Upon making contact, Arnold was described as fidgety and nervous. Officers also observed a tissue in the center console of the vehicle spotted with blood, according to the citation.

Arnold was described as having open sores on his face and arms, which are common signs of drug usage.

When questioned about what he was doing in the complex, Arnold allegedly told officers he was waiting to give a friend a ride and his friend did not show up.

While detained in the cruiser, Arnold was leaning over and doing something on the floorboard of the vehicle. After completing the citation, officers told Arnold they believed he had bought drugs and they would be found in the vehicle. Through a search, officers located a zip lock bag in Arnold’s shoe filled with a gray powder substance suspected to be heroin.

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