Police reports for Aug. 6, 2020

NICHOLASVILLE POLICE

Charged

— Donnie L. Frye, 37, of 1779 Kissing Ridge Road, Nicholasville, was charged July 29 with driving under the influence (second offense), possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, failure to maintain insurance, no registration plate and driving on a suspended operator’s license.

— Shanda L. McLean, 31, of 109 Hill N Dale Drive, Nicholasville, was charged July 29 with driving under the influence (second offense) and possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

— Tami Sparks, 58, of 207 Natchez Trace, Nicholasville, was charged July 28 with driving on a DUI-suspended operator’s license, failure to maintain insurance and first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

— Marlon Louis Tillett, 42, of 323 Laurel Lane, Nicholasville, was charged July 29 with second-degree assault.

— Marty L. Sosbe, 62, of 100 Wichita Drive  No. 7, Nicholasville, was charged July 29 with theft of motor vehicle registration plate, careless driving, driving on a suspended operator’s license and failure to maintain insurance.

— Jessica Smith, 29, of 301 Elmwood Court, Nicholasville, was charged Aug. 2 with no operator’s license and driving under the influence.

— Donald C. Goodlett, 47, was charged Aug. 1 with driving under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia.

— Joshua Michael Smith, 29, of 3557 Keene Road, Nicholasville, was charged Aug. 2 with careless driving and driving under the influence (second offense).

— Steven R. Sutherland, 37, of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, was charged Aug. 1 with driving under the influence (third offense) and driving on a DUI-suspended operator’s license.

— Anthony Current, 40, of 181 Imperial Point, Nicholasville, was served a warrant July 31 for violation of an EPO/DVO.

— Jeremie Perry, 40, of 535 Peachtree Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Aug. 1 with public intoxication and first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

— Michelle L. Bruner, 34, of 108  Hillcrest Drive, Nicholasville, was charged July 31 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (two counts), and third-degree possession of a controlled substance.

JESSAMINE COUNTY SHERIFF

Charged

— Ayala Vanessa Reyes, 37, of 438 Miles Road, Nicholasville, was charged July 30 with disregarding a stop sign, driving under the influence, failure to maintain insurance and no operator’s license.

— Victor Glen Hughes, 52, of 256 Blueberry Lane, Nicholasville, was charged July 29 with driving on an unexpired operator’s license, driving under the influence, tampering with physical evidence and first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

— John Rutherford, 56, of 1021 Marble Creek, Nicholasville, was served a warrant Aug. 2 for fourth-degree assault.

— Donald W. Curtis, 63, of 305 Elmwood Court, Nicholasville, was charged Aug. 3 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and first-degree fleeing or evading police.

Jessamine County

Health Department Provides Updates on Renovation, and Harm Reduction Programs at Chamber of Commerce Lunch

Jessamine County

Library to host Riney B Park party

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Traffic count season is underway

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Whooping cough on rise in Kentucky, health officials say

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Bookworm/nerd Dennious Jackson ready to be run stopper at UK

High Bridge

Jessamine County Fiscal Court approves aid for High Bridge, John Preece and industrial park

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Polio testifies at JCPS task force’s first meeting on potential split

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Butler already challenging teammates on defense 

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Gov. Beshear asks DEA to ease restrictions on marijuana

Community columnists

Holland: God is an ever-present help in trouble

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Mercantile Coffee Owner Suggests Downtown Events, Road Aid Program Breakdown presented at Nicholasville City Commission Meeting. 

Features

Amcor Celebrates 50 years in Nicholasville 

Features

The Jessamine County Schools Summer Camp is in full swing. 

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Kentucky, South Korea sign driver’s license reciprocity agreement

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Community columnists

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Jessamine County

School Board Hears West Jessamine Construction Update at New Superintendent’s First Meeting

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More laws took effect Monday

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Jessamine County

Camp Nelson Commemorates 160 Years This Weekend

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KSP arrests 206 statewide during Operation Summer Heat