Police Blotter December 2017

Police Blotter December 2017


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Mark Collins, age 49, of Railroad Avenue (Manchester) was arrested after he attempted to take a handgun from a police officer.

Clay 911 received a call about Collins walking in the middle of Fox Hollow Road and appeared to be intoxicated. Clay County Deputies Jeremy Gabbard, Drew Jackson and Brandon Edwards were unable to find him until a short time later 911 received a call from Fox Trail Lane stating Collins had entered a resident uninvited and went out into the back yard. Officers found Collins under the back porch. When he was told to show his hands and come out he began yelling and cursing and told the officer they would have to kill him.

After several commands he still refused officers went under the porch and Collins began to resist and started kicking and punching. Empty hand strikes were delivered and the officers were able to place restraints on Collins. While walking to the cruiser grabbed Edwards gun and attempted to pull it from the holster.

Officer determined Collins was manifestly under the influence and danger to himself and others. Gabbard uniform and the back porch of the resident were damaged during the arrest. He was also served a Laurel District warrant.

He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) resisting arrest, menacing, terroristic threatening (third degree) (criminal mischief) (third degree) disarming a police officer, wanton endangerment (second degree) (police officer) and criminal trespass (first degree).

Glenn Anthony Hoskins, Jr., age 34, of North highway 66 (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Tasha Bowlin states that on June 25 Hoskins took an iPhone valued at $340.00 and an Asus Silver Laptop valued at $250.00 drove off in Bowlin’s 205 Chevy Impala without permission to do so. Kentucky State Police Shawn Boroviak arrested Hoskins on US 421 South. He was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with theft by unlawful taking (under $500.00).



Four Arrested on Drug Charges

Four people have been arrested after Manchester Police Department officer Gary Jordan stopped to check on a red SUV on Gray Lane and discovered suspected drugs and a handgun. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Gabbard and Kentucky State Police Trooper Logan Wolfe assisted at the scene. Searches of the SUV and the passengers revealed a clear plastic baggie containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, large amount of yellow rectangle tablets believed to be Xanax, needle, contact lens case containing a crystalline substance and white substance believed to be meth and a 9mm handgun under the passenger seat with papers over it.

The driver, Terra C. Harris, age 30, of Reservoir Court (Winchester) told the officers she was a convicted felon and her license was suspended. Harris was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with operating on suspended or revoked operators listen, trafficking in controlled substance (third degree) (first offense) (drug unspecified), possession of handgun by a convicted felon and persistent felony offender.

Katoyia (AKA Latoya) Roark, age 22, was booked into jail with an address of Sheldon Drive (Ventura, CA). The address listed on two outstanding warrants was Gladys’s Branch Road (Annville) and Old House Road (Roark). Officers determined she was manifestly under the influence. She gave the officers a false name. Roark was served a Leslie District warrant for failure to appear on and cold check charge and a Clay District Court warrant for failure to appear on a shoplifting charge. Roark was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (excluded alcohol), drug paraphernalia (buy/possess), possession controlled substance (first degree) (drug unspecified), trafficking in controlled substance (third degree) (first offense) (drug unspecified) and carrying a concealed weapon

James N. Howard, age 24, of Lyttleton Road (Manchester) was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (third degree) (first offense) (drug unspecified).

Marcus Allen Riojas, age 31, of Manchester admitted to being under the influence of marijuana. Riojas was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with carrying a concealed weapon, tampering with Avis, possession of marijuana, trafficking in controlled substance (third degree) (first offense) (drug unspecified) and public intoxication (controlled substance) (excluded alcohol)



Ronald Bufford Bishop, age 55, of South Thomas Branch Road (Manchester) was arrested with cocaine after he had violated a domestic violence protection order. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagle was dispatched to Highway 421 South for a domestic dispute. Upon arrival Mary Davis, the ex-wife of Bishop reported that he had shown up the previous day and ripped the phone off the wall so she cold not call for help. Davis has an active Kentucky DVO against Bishop. When Bishop was arrested a search produced a small plastic baggie containing white powder substance from his right front pants pocket. Bishop confirmed that this was cocaine. Bishop also gave the officer two glass pipes form his left coat pocket. Bishop was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with violation of a Kentucky EPO/DVO, possession controlled substance (first degree) (first offense) (cocaine) and drug paraphernalia (buy/possess).

Carol Miller, age 67, of Hensley Street (Manchester) was arrested after she threatened to kill everyone at the hospital. According to her arrest citation Miller came into Manchester Memorial Hospital after she reported different events three times. The last time she advised she needed an ambulance, but did not know why. She then advised she had fell and hurt her wrist. Once at the Hospital Miller left the ambulance and started walking around the building. Hospital security called 911 and advised she was threatening to kill everyone. Manchester Police Officer Gary Jordan arrived on the scene and Miller was found outside still using profanity and screaming. Miller was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with falsely reporting an incident and disorderly conduct (second degree).

Timothy Alan Wagers, age 33, of Pat Campbell Road (Manchester) was arrested after he ran from police trying to serve outstanding warrants. Kentucky State Police Jordan Hopkins and Clay Deputy Sheriff Brandon Edwards responded to Highway 2000 in reference to serving outstanding warrants. While searching for Rocky Fork Road the officers located his vehicle. Edwards activated the emergency lights to stop the vehicle at which time Wagers jumped out and fled on foot. Hopkins pursued Wagers and apprehended him after a short chase. Wagers was served a Clay District Court warrant in which Mary Hensley states that on December 14 Wagers borrowed Hensley’s car and has failed to return it. Wagers was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with feeing or evading police (second degree) (on foot), failure to appear, theft of property (over $500.00 but under $10,000.00) and failure to appear.

Jennifer Lynn Wagers, age 31, of A.T. Wagers Road (Manchester) was arrested after telling officers she did not know why she was trespassing. Clay County Deputy Brandon Edwards received a complaint about a trespasser at a home on South Highway 421. James Lawson informed Edwards that Wagers was not to be at the residence. Wagers told the officer she had been at the residence, she did not know the home owner and she had not rented the property; she was just there. Wagers was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with criminal trespassing (first degree).

James Bundy, age 27, of Third Street (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Frank Jones states that on December 16 Bundy was staying in a house owned by Jones without his permission. The house has no trespassing signs posted. Bundy was arrested at home by Kentucky State Police Trooper Logan Wolfe. Bundy was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with criminal trespassing (second degree).

Jonathan Garland, age 35, of Amanda Drive (London) was arrested after when he had an accident in his 2007 Jeep Compass. Clay County Sheriff Deputy Cody Blackwell noticed Garland was attempting to leave the scene on Highway 80 on the top of Big Hill. Upon investigation Blackwell determined Garland hand an illegal operators license. Garland was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with operating on a suspended/revoked operators license.

Linda Gray, age 54, of Granny’s Branch (Goose Rock) was arrested after she was found passed out in her vehicle. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagle was dispatched to the Jackson Energy office on US 421 South after a report of an intoxicated female. Cagle arrived and found Gray in a 1996 Ford 02 passed out with a lit cigarette in her hand. After she was awakened she told Cagle she had worked all night and was tired and had taken Tramadol and Percocet approximately 12 hours earlier. She gave Cagle permission to search her purse and several perceptions pill bottles and pills were found. Her speech was delayed and slurred and her eyes were red and glassy. She was unsteady on her feet and Cagle had to catch her to keep her from falling. She failed several field sobriety tests. Gray was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and prescription controlled substance not in proper container (first offense).

James A. “Peanut” Jackson, age 54, of Jacks Branch Road (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay County District Warrant for failure to appear on charges of possession of marijuana, public intoxication controlled substance (excludes alcohol) and improper registration plate. The arrest was made by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeff Kelsey. Jackson was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with possession of marijuana, public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and improper registration.

Terry Wagers, age 38, of Rocky Branch Road (Manchester) was arrested after he seemed to ram his car into the local hospital. Manchester Police Department Officer George Stewart received a complaint that Wagers was at the emergency room entrance of Manchester Memorial Hospital in front of the door while burning tires on his 2003 Chevy 01 and holding down on his horn. A caller from inside the ER registration thought Wagers was going to ram his vehicle into the doors. Clay County Sheriff Deputy Paul Whitehead and Manchester Police Department officer Antonio Dodson assisted at the scene. Wagers was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with reckless driving and disorderly conduct (second degree).

Samuel R. Davidson, age 45, of Sutton Branch road (Manchester) was arrested after he resisted a welfare check of the passengers in his vehicle. Davidson was driving a car in the parking lot at the El Cazador Parking Lot when Manchester Police Department Officer Gary Jordan heard screaming coming from the car. Jordan conducted a traffic stop to do a welfare check on the occupants of the vehicle. Davidson exited the vehicle and was given several commands to get back into the car. He then placed his left hand behind his back and refused to show it. When Jordan approached Davidson he still refuse to comply and was placed under arrest. MPD Officer Antonia Dodson assisted at the scene. Davidson was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with menacing.

Stephen Sillis Harris, age 43, of Morehead (formerly of Cane Branch Road in Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Hank Williams states that on November 2 (2016) Harris took $900.00 from Williams. Kentucky State Police Trooper Jarod Smith arrested Harris on US 421 (South) December 21. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with theft by unlawful deception ($500.00 or more but under $10,000.00).

Brian Ruben Noble, age 29, of Morgan Heights Road (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Jo Davidson states that Noble was on 24-hour electronic monitoring he was given permission to go to court on November 27 but he failed to return home. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Edwards arrested him at the Family Dollar Store in North Manchester. He was also served a Perry District warrant for failure to appear on a burglary charge.

Ashley Brooke Frost (AKA Ashley Gilbert) was arrested after a low speed chase on Bowling Branch. Clay County Deputy Sheriffs Jeremy Gabbard and Brandon Edwards stopped to check on a 1989 Ford 01 that was parked in the middle of the roadway. When the officers exited the vehicle Frost took off and continued driving while swerving from side to side going about twenty five miles an hour for about two miles. Frost then stopped, jumped from the vehicle and tried to run away from the officers for about 65 yards before she was caught and placed under arrest. She was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with fleeing or evading police (second degree) (on foot) (motor vehicle); resisting arrest and wanton endangerment (second degree) (police officer). She was also served a Jackson County District warrant for failure to appear on a promoting contraband (second degree) charge.

Nicholas Root, age 36, of Firehouse Road (Manchester) has been arrested after he stole 700 pounds of cans and a trailer from Sonny Ruth. Manchester Police Department Officer Ryan Jackson made the arrest at his home on Firehouse Road. The cans were traced to Jasper Iron and metal according to Assistant Chief Patrick Robinson.

Michael Keith Shoemake, age 36, of Phillips Hill Drive (Manchester) was arrested on a Parole Board warrant that charges Shoemake violated his probation after he was convicted of manufacturing meth and second degree escape in Clay and Jefferson Counties, absconding parole supervision and failure to report to parole officer.

Manchester Police Department officer Ryan Jackson arrested Shoemake during a traffic stop. When it was determined he had the outstanding warrant Jackson informed him he was under arrest and he ran away from Jackson and MPD officer Taye Napier who had assisted at the scene. After a short chase Shoemake was apprehended.

Shoemake was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with fleeing or evading police (first degree) (on foot); giving officer false name or address; resisting arrest; parole violation warrant and a Laurel District warrant on traffic violations.

James Charles Grubb, age 36, of Cotton Bend Road (Manchester) was arrested on nine charges after a traffic stop at Clay County Shopping Center including a Leslie Grand Jury warrant for cold checks and receiving stolen property. Manchester Police Officer Ryan Jackson, Clay County Deputy Jeremy Gabbard and Kentucky State Police Trooper Jordan Hopkins make the stop on a red Trans Am after information released through Clay County 911.

A .38 special and a metal container with pills inside were found during a search of Grubb. He told the officers the pills were methadone. He was also served another Leslie Circuit warrant on several drug charges.

Grubb was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with receiving stolen property (under $10,000.00); theft by deception including cold checks (under $10,000.00); carrying a concealed weapon; prescription controlled substance not in proper container (first offense); public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) possession controlled substance (first degree) (first offense) (drug unspecified); possession controlled substance (third degree) (drug unspecified); public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and drug paraphernalia (buy and possess).

Alonzo Jackson, age 52, of Asher’s Fork Road (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Carl Davidson states that on August 15 Jackson obtained a Red Devil brand come-along tow motor valued over $500.00 belonging to Jackson by creating a false impression he intended to borrow the tow motor and has failed to return the equipment and cannot be located. The arrest was made by Kentucky State Police Trooper Jordan Hopkins on Kentucky Highway 80. He was also served Clay County warrants on a failure to appear charge and theft by deception including cold checks (under $10,000.00).

Bridget Eversole, age 31, of London was arrested off Fire Station Road on a Clay County warrant charging failure to appear on charges of nonsupport. Laurel County Sheriff John Root reports that Deputy Jake Miller made the arrest. She was also charged on Laurel District warrants for failure to appear on charges of neglect action and flagrant non-support. Eversole was lodged in the Laurel County detention Center.

Reva Jean Riner, age 30, of Birch Road (Manchester) and Jim Combs, age 45, of Birch Road (Manchester) have been arrested on a Clay County Grand Jury indictment warrant which states that they entered a building belonging to the estate of Robert Burns and took a Honda generator, tree stand, gas tank, six tires and wheels for a Chevrolet truck, antique metal signs, two antique hillside plows, antique saws and hooks, old fireplace grate, air tank, push mower and electric cord all valued at over $1000,00 on June 9 (2017). The arrested was made by Kentucky State Police Trooper Don Trooper at their home. They were booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with burglary (second degree) and theft by unlawful taking ($500.00 or more but under $10,000.00).

Bobby Joe Grubb, 45, Bells Fork Road (Manchester) after Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagle was dispatched to Bells Fork Road after a report of Grubb causing trouble. When Cagle arrived Grubb was in an altercation with a female and upon seeing police he ran into the woods. Cagle was able to find him lying in the weeds. He was obviously under the influence, having red glossy eyes, slurred speech and unsteady on his feet. Grubb also had ten pills in his right front pocket. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with fleeing or evading police (second degree) (on foot); public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and possession of controlled substance (third degree) (first offense)

Tony Hinkle, age 24, of Richmond Road (Manchester) was arrested after Manchester Police Department Officer Jeff Collett received q complaint of Hinkle trying to get in vehicle at IGA after he was banned from the property. When police questioned Hinkle he was talking nonsense and did not comprehend what was going on. He was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and criminal trespassing (second degree).

Dennie W. Taylor, age 38, of North Highway 421 (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District Court warrant in which Bradley Barrett states that on November 29 Taylor struck Barrett in the face while he was sitting in his car at Goose Rock Post Office. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagle arrested him at the Clay 911 Center. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with assault (fourth degree) (minor injury).

Justin Lovins, age 20, of Town Branch (Manchester) was arrested after Gary Sister came into Clay County 911 in regards to his cell phone being stolen by Lovins. Sester gave a detailed description of the clothing and location Lovins was staying. When Manchester Police Department Officers Antonio Dodson and Jeff Collett arrived on Bridge Street they found Lovins who matched the description. At that time Hester’s phone was called while in Lovins’ possession. Lovins was also served two Clay District Court warrants for criminal mischief (third degree) and assault (fourth degree) (minor injury). He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with receiving stolen property (under $500.00)

G.H. Sizemore, age 56, of Smith Road (Manchester) was arrested by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Gabbard observed him staggering from Ham Hollow Road onto Arrowhead Court. When he was interviewed he had slurred speech and was unable to talk clearly. He was determined to be manifestly under the influence and a danger to himself and others. He told police he had drank two fifth of liquor. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place (third offense or more in twelve months).

Trena Hill, age 40, of Highway 421 (Manchester) was served a Clay District warrant in which Jeffery Short states that on November 28 Hill tried to harass Short by going to the post office and having her mail discontinued. Hill has also been throwing gravel and garbage at Short’s house. She turned herself in at the Clay County 911 Center and was arrested by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagle. Hill was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with harassment (no physical contact).

Ricky Hacker, age 52, of Muddy Gap Road (Manchester) was arrested by Manchester Police Department Officer Jason Combs for trespassing after he was notified that Hacker had been banned from the Manchester Walmart but came back and entered the store. Hacker was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with criminal trespassing (second degree).

Walter Hoskins, age 51, of Charlie Rawlings Road (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District Court warrant in which Kentucky State Police Trooper Shawn Boroviak states that on November 24 Hoskins struck his girlfriend with a cane and broke her arm. Kentucky State Police Trooper First Class Josh Wilson at Hoskins’ home on Charlie Rawlings Road made the arrest. Hoskins was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with assault (second degree) (domestic violence).

Jonathan Rawlings, age 31, of Upper Rader Road (Manchester) was arrested after he “went out of control” while police were investigating an earlier complaint. Kentucky State Police Trooper Jarod Smith went to a home on Upper Rader Road, which is a neighbor of Rawlings. Social Services were investigating a report that Rawlings had “got into a fight with a woman who was not released to him in front of his kids”. Smith assisted in completing a prevention plan to protect the kids with Rawlings’ aunt and grandmother.

While leaving Smith saw Rawlings outside his aunt’s house yelling and cursing. His aunt advised that he was out of control and she could not deal with him. He continued to yell and scream while the trooper was still there. After he was arrested he continued to yell, curse and kick the cage in the cruiser. Rawlings was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with disorderly conduct (second degree) and public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol).

Sandra J Brock (AKA Joann Smith), age 53, of Highway 2000 (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District Court warrant in which Mary Ann Wagers states that on May 10 Brock took a gun that belonged to Wagers. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Cody Blackwell arrested her at her home. She was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with theft by unlawful taking (firearm).

Christopher Mills, age 35, of Braxton Lane (Lily) was arrested after leaving children home alone and driving under the influence with another child. Kentucky State Police Trooper Logan Howell contacted KSP Trooper Jarod Smith and advised him to go to Beech Creek Apartments and located Mills. Howell was at Mills’ home in Lily with Social Services. Smith was to locate a three-year-old child and do a welfare check. When Smith arrived at the apartment Mills pulled out of the parking lot in a 2003 Chrysler Town and Country Van. When Smith pulled him over on Bowling Street the child was in the back seat buckled up. Smith noticed Mills appeared to be high and had slurred speech and placed him under arrest. Trooper Howell was contacted and he told Smith to take the child into custody.

Mills had left other kids home alone and they were already in custody. The child’s grandmother had been contacted and was on the way to pick up the child at the Clay 911 Center. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeff Kelsey arrived on the scene and took custody of the child while Smith waited on Hacker’s Towing to get the vehicle. Mills was taken to Manchester Memorial Hospital and submitted to a blood test. Mills was unable to contact an attorney but he did contact a family member to check on the condition of his children.

Mills was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with suspended license (second offense); no seat belts; operating motor vehicle under influence (fourth or more offense); endangering the welfare of a minor and no insurance.

Brittany Hooker, age 25, of Needmore Hollow Road (Manchester) was arrested after refusing to leave the hospital. Manchester Police Officer Jeff Collett and Kentucky State Police Trooper Jarod Smith responded to a complaint from Manchester Memorial Hospital that Hooker had been released from the hospital but refused to leave. She was “screaming and talking gibberish” when officer arrived. The hospital had other patients in the waiting room while Hooker continuer to act erratic.

Hooker was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with disorderly conduct (second degree) and criminal trespassing (third degree).

George Pearl Walker, age 41, of Veronica Lane (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District Court warrant in which Teddy Smallwood states that on October 18 in the Save A Lot parking lot Walker “walked up to Smallwood’s vehicle and held a gun to the car and threatened to kill Smallwood”. Smallwood and a five-year-old child were in the vehicle at the time.

Manchester Police Officer Gary Jordan made the arrest at Walker’s home. Walker was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with terroristic threatening (third degree),

Cordia Gray, age 38, and Hazel Gray, age 73, of Little Creek Road (Big Creek) were arrested on a Clay County District warrant in which Tammy Lynch states that Hazel Gray and Cordia Gray came onto Lynch’s property with others they had hired and cut weeds and trees. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Gabbard made the arrest at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office. Both were booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with criminal trespassing (third degree) and criminal mischief (third degree).

Beverly Wagers, age 44, of North Highway 11 (Barbourville) was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Shawn Boroviak after he observed Wagers operating a motor vehicle without wearing a seat belt on Add Hollow Road. During the traffic stop she failed to signal her turn off the roadway. She had pinpoint pupils and slurred speech and failed several field sobriety tests. She was taken to Manchester Memorial Hospital and refused the requested blood test.

When she was booked into jail and searched she was searched and jail personnel located a cellophane cigarette package wrapper containing a white crystallized substance as well as an unopened suboxone wrapper in her undergarments. Her citation states, “She was a two timed convicted felon who introduced a substance into the jail which was a danger to other inmates and well as jail staff”.

She was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with failure to wear seat belts; operation motor vehicle under the influence (first offense); possession of controlled substance (first degree) (second offense) (methamphetamine); possession controlled substance (third degree) (drug unspecified); promoting contraband (first degree) and persistent felon offender.

Angela R. Lovins, age 26, of Gregory Branch Road (Manchester) was arrested after Kentucky State Police Trooper Logan Wolfe received a complaint from Clay 911 that Bridgette Downey called an advised she had been involved in a motor vehicle accident and a Black Honda Accord driven by Lovins had struck her vehicle. Bridgette stated that Lovins’ vehicle had struck her and she drove off. Downey told the officer were Lovins was going and Wolfe was able to locate Lovins and a Black Accord on Gregory Road. When she saw the police officer Lovins ran away on foot.

When she was questioned she said she had been with her family and it wasn’t her in the car. She was wearing the clothes Downey had described. She was told she was under arrest, then grabbed a family member and said she was not going. She refused several time to go with the trooper. He grabbed her arm and pulled her away from the family member who apologized for having to deal with her. It was determined she was manifestly under the influence or drugs. She stated she had smoked marijuana like cigarettes.

She was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with leaving scene of accident (failure to render aid or assistance); fleeing or evading police (second degree) (on foot); public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and resisting arrest.

Rafael Roark, age 25, of Belles Fork Road (Manchester) was arrested after Clay County Deputy Sheriff Cody Blackwell responded to a call came from Clay 911 that Roark was at a home on Belles Fork Road, laying on the front porch beating on the door. When Blackwell arrived he was still on the porch and refused to leave. Roark advised the officer he had taken meth earlier. Roark was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with criminal trespassing (third degree) and public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol).

Amanda Roark, age 20, of Lyttleton Road (Manchester) was arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Cindy Jordan Eversole states that on December 1 kicked Roark kicked Eversole and threaten to cut her throat with a switchblade. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagle made the arrest at Arrowhead Court. Roark was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with wanton endangerment (second degree) and assault (fourth degree) (no visible injury).

Travis Owens, age 36, and Emily Owens, age 34, of South Highway 421 (Manchester) have been arrested on a Clay District warrant in which Norma Messer states that on November 6 they broke a lock on Messer’s outbuilding and took approximately $800.00 or her property. Manchester Police Officer Jason Combs made the arrest at Relco Plaza. Both were booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with burglary (third degree) and theft by unlawful taking ($500.00 or more but under $10,000.00).