Clarence Hollen age 71 of Manchester was arrested for trafficking in a controlled substance and placed under arrest following a three-month investigation by Chief Deputy Chris Curry according to a press release from Clay County Sheriff Office.
One of seven people arrested for shoplifting
Bobby Joe Grubb, age 42 of Manchester, was arrested by Manchester Police Officer Brandon Feltner and charged with theft by unlawful taking according to a press release from Manchester Police Department. The arrest stemmed from a MPD facebook post that received several comments, messages, and phone calls from the community.
America’s top official in the effort to reduce drug use and its consequences will help Operation UNITE recognize and “Celebrate Successes in Prevention and Education” throughout southern and eastern Kentucky at a luncheon on Tuesday, February 17.
Local Law Enforcement Agencies Arrest Nine on Outstanding Warrants
A joint effort between members of the Sheriff Offices in Clay and Laurel County led to the arrest of a Manchester man, Matthew Wolfe age 33 of Beech Creek Road Saturday night. The arrest occurred on Couch Road at Wolfe’s mother’s residence following a burglary investigation headed by Laurel Deputy Kyle Gray according to a press release by Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
A Manchester man is scheduled to appear in Clay Circuit Court today (Thursday) for a pretrial conference on firearm and marijuana charges according to courts.ky.gov.
Local family and friends are mourning the passing of three former and present Clay County citizens: Grover Spurlock, Eugene Hamilton and Judy Lynn Perrigo Lawson.
The Clay County School board is still trying to find a way to make enough cuts to help offset the nearly million dollars needed to cover a mandatory pay raise for all employees and secure enough funds for needed building repairs. At the February meeting, members voted to institute a hiring freeze effective immediately to help in preparation of their new budget.
Verdict returned after weeklong trial
A sentencing date of May 5 was set after a federal jury found Horse Creek resident Terry R. Smith guilty on all charges following a weeklong trial at London before Judge Karen K. Caldwell. Gerry Smith was also found guilty of being part of a major drug ring. Terry Smith was found guilty on the same charge and was also guilty of providing drugs that caused the death of Patty Smallwood and possession firearms by a convicted felon.
$1 million in budget cuts being proposed
At the regularly scheduled work session on Monday night the Clay County Board of Education voted to form a screening committee and accept applications for the position of Superintendent of Clay County Schools for the term to begin July 1, 2015 at the expiration of the current Superintendent’s contract.