Police Blotter October 2017

Police Blotter October 2017


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William “Kinn” England, age 38, of Muddy Gap Road (Manchester) has been arrested and charged with the use of a noxious substance by Manchester Police Department Officer Jeff Couch. Police told WYMT-TV that England got high on gas fumes and then cut a large hole in the wall between his apartment and the one next door. From jail, England told WKYT he did nothing wrong. He says he had the gas for his friends’ generator, and he has no idea how the hole ended up in the wall.

“I even brought the police in. I said gentlemen, please let me show you what has happened to my house,” England said. “If I was trying to hide anything, why would I bring them in?”

England has already pleaded not guilty and says he plans to keep fighting the charges. For details and to watch the video go to:

http://www.wkyt.com/content/news/Police-Man-huffing-gas-cuts-hole-in-Clay-County-apartment–454323563.html

Paul W. Creech, age 54, of Sexton’s Creek has been charged with possession of methamphetamine after Laurel County Sheriff Captain Chuck Johnson observed a suspicious vehicle three miles north of London on KY 3434 weaving on the roadway. Johnson determined the driver Patrick Burns, age 26 of Booneville was driving under the influence. Creech was a passenger. Both were lodged in the Laurel County Detention Facility according to Sheriff John Root.

Jason Owens, age 40, of North Highway 421 (Manchester) is facing drug charges after he was found with drugs as Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Gabbard was booking him into Clay County Detention Center. Deputy Jailer Jimmy Brandon Smith searched Owens and found two small bags of marijuana in his waistband. He had been asked several times if he had anything illegal and said no. After the pot was found he told the officers it was just marijuana crumbs (shaki) and he forget it was there.

Owens was served a Clay District warrant in which Manchester Assistant Police Chief Patrick Robinson states that April 28 Owens entered a building belonging to Cleo Hopper and took two rocking chairs and a planter style wheel barrow valued at $150.00. He was also charged on Clay County Grand Jury indictment warrants for possessing methamphetamine on July 24. He was charged with possession of controlled substance (first degree) (first offense) and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also served Clay District Court warrants on failure to appear on traffic and drug charges.

Jessielene Wagers, age 44, of Pleasant Grove Road (Manchester) was arrested on a Grand Jury warrant by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Edwards. According to the indictment Wagers possessed methamphetamine and Suboxone. She also moved her restrained hand from behind her back to her front in an attempt to escape custody of Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Gabbard on September 4 (2017). She was charged with possession of controlled substance (first degree) (first offense); possession of controlled substance (second degree); possession of drug paraphernalia; prescription of controlled substance not in proper container and criminal attempt to commit escape (third degree).

Chad Parks, age 42, of Villa Drive (Richmond) was arrested after he was located on Pine Hill Road trying to hide from a cartel that was after him. Clay County Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Gabbard questioned Parks who told him he had done three lines of meth the night before. He said he had spent three days walking from Richmond to escape the cartel that was trying to kill him. Gabbard determined him to be manifestly under the influence of intoxicants and was a danger to himself and others. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol).

Joshua Jarvis, age 27, of Beech Creek Apartments (Manchester) was arrested on theft charges by Kentucky State Police Trooper Logan Wolfe on Paces Creek Road. He was served a Clay District warrant in which Manchester Assistant Police Chief states that on January 20 Jarvis took a donation jar full of money collected for Nora Patrick that was sitting on the counter at the Manchester Taco Bell. He was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with theft by unlawful taking (under $500.00).

Brian Adams, 32, of South HWY 11 (Manchester) was arrested by Manchester Police Officer Jason Combs on Railroad Avenue for a death threat. He was served a Clay District warrant in which Jennifer Nicole Gray states that on October 6 Adams threatened to kill her. Adams was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with terroristic threatening (third degree).

Tina Lynn LeFevre, age 51, of Owens Road (Manchester) for throwing Lemonade on her daughter and scratching her face. Manchester Assistant Police Chief responded to the scene after a complaint by Jesyka Gross. LeFevre was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with assault (fourth degree) (domestic violence) (minor injury).

Jonathan Smith, age 23, of Paul Road (Manchester) has been arrested for theft of medication by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Michael Cagel. He was served a Clay District warrant in which Jennifer Ettinger states that on June 27 Smith pushed an air conditioner out of her kitchen window and entered her home and took her medications and a change jar containing approximately $8.00 in change. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with burglary (second degree) and theft by unlawful taking (controlled substance) (under $10,000.00).

Jimmy Harris, age 45, of Bales Creek Road (Manchester) has been arrested for breaking a man’s arm. Harris was served a Clay District warrant in which Forster Miller states that on September 10 Harris struck him with a three foot stick and causing his arm to break in two places. Harris was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with assault (second degree).

Brittany Smith Marcum, age 24, of Curry Branch (Manchester) was arrested by Kentucky State Trooper Logan Wolfe on a Clay County warrant in which the affiant stated that on October 21 an unidentified male “held her down by her neck” and Marcum “subjected affiant to sexual contact by forcible compulsion”. (NOTE: The Manchester Enterprise does not publish the name of sexual assault victims.)

While going to a disturbance complaint on Curry Branch Road Wolfe met Marcum in the roadway beside the driveway of the person who called in the complaint. Marcum was in her driveway wanting to “start trouble with her”. Marcum gave Wolfe a social security number, date of birth and address that matched her sister. When she arrived at the jail she advised the trooper she had lied because she had outstanding warrants. In addition to the sexual assault warrant she was served failure to appear warrants from Washington and Whitley Counties. She was charged with assault due to a Laurel County warrant in which the victim stated Marcum had “knocked her out” and sent her to the hospital.

Marcum was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with giving officer false identifying information; sexual abuse (first degree); failure to appear; assault (fourth degree) (minor injury) and failure to appear.

Destiny Smith, age 22, of Otter Creek Road (Manchester) was arrested on gun and drug charges when a gun was discovered in her bra and a large bag of marijuana was found in her crouch area as she was being booked into Clay County Detention Center after being served a warrant.

Clay County Sheriff Deputies Jeremy Gabbard and Brandon Edwards were taking her into the booking area when she told them she had a gun in her bra. Deputy Jailer Ashley Collett found a Cobra Model 38 Special 2 Shot with the hammer pulled back. Collett also located a large bag of marijuana in her crouch area. She claimed it was just for personal use, but the officers determined the amount was a larger amount for trafficking.

Smith was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with carrying; serving bench warrant for court; promoting contraband (second degree) and trafficking in marijuana (first offense).



Robin Lovins, age 24, of Bridge Street (Manchester) and Terri Osborne, age 41, of River Street (Manchester) were arrested after Manchester Police Officer Ryan Jackson received a complaint of shoplifting at the Dollar General Store and the suspects left in a late model blue car which Jackson located parked in the Silver Screen parking lot. An eyewitness told Jackson two women had gotten out of the car and were walking toward Rawlings Stinson Park. Jackson made contact with Lovins and Osborne who began running down the Nature Trail. When Loving was apprehended she told the officer she had shoplifted and threw the items over the hill but refused to say were they were located.

Osborne and Lovins was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting) (under $500.00) and fleeing or evading police (second degree) (on foot). Once Osborne was jailed Clay County Deputy Sheriff Dewey Grubb served a Clay County Circuit Court warrant in which she was charged with for non payment of fines and failure to appear on a shared of drug possession. He also served her with a Laurel District Court warrant in which she is charge with failure to pay fines and failure to appear on a DUI and several other traffic charges.

Timothy Gilbert Jones, age 39, of Right Hand Fork of Billy’s Branch (Manchester) was arrested by Manchester Police Officer Jason Combs served four warrants after he was stopped on Old US 421 in the city limits.

Jones was indicted by a Clay County Grand Jury for possession of a firearm having previously been convicted of a felony. He also possessed buprenorphine and drug paraphernalia on September 5 (2016). He was also served a Clay District warrant in which Rodney Mitchell states that on July 19 Jones took his cell phone, gun and $12,000.00. He was also served a Clay District warrant on failure to appear on several traffic charges.

Jones was also served a Leslie District warrant in which Ronald Turner states that on August 30 Jones he presented Turner with a cold check for $458.96. Jones was booked into the Clay County Detention Center theft by unlawful taking ($10,000.00 or more); possession of firearm by convicted felon; possession controlled substance (second degree) (drug unspecified); drug paraphernalia (buy/possess) and theft by deception (cold checks) (under $500.00).



Roberta Ann Benge, age 41, of Moppin Hollow Road (Manchester) was arrested off KY 229 approximately 7 miles south of London while the Laurel County Sheriff’s office was conducting a drug investigation. Sheriff John Root is reporting Laurel Sheriff’s Detective Jason Back along with Detective James Sizemore, Deputy Daniel Grigsby and his K-9 “Edge”, Deputy Jake Miller, Deputy Bryon Lawson, and Sgt. John Inman found drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine. Benge was charged with possession of a controlled substance (first-degree) (third offense) (methamphetamine).

Nathan Wagner, age 38, of Barbourville Road (London) was also arrested on a Laurel District warrant of arrest for failure to appear in court after allegedly testing positive for methamphetamine on a previous charge of possession of a controlled substance (first offense) (second-degree). Both were lodged in the Laurel County detention Center. Root stated that drug investigations would be continuing.



Three Arrested on Various Charges

Freddie Patterson, Molly Henson, Dewey Finley and April Leann Hoskins all residents of Tyler Cortney Drive (Oneida) were charged on outstanding warrants by Kentucky State Police Trooper Jarod Smith.

Dewey Finley, age 46, was charged with failure to appear on a non-support charge.

Molly Henson, age 49, was indicted by a Clay County Grand Jury on the following charges: possession of controlled substance (first degree); possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal complicity to manufacture methamphetamine. According to the indictment she possessed Methamphetamine on February 4 (2016).

April Leann Hoskins, age 29, was indicted by a Clay County Grand Jury on the following charge: bail jumping (first degree). According to the indictment he failed to appear in Clay Circuit Court for a pre-trial conference on a felony charge on December 5 (2016). She was also served four district court warrants: two failure to appear on traffic charges, shoplifting and one in which Sam Wooten states that Hoskins took a 2006 Dodge Stratus on January 25 (2017).



Kentucky State Police Trooper First Class Josh Wilson has arrested Bridgett Fields, Debra H. Bowling and Freddie Patterson on Clay County Grand Jury warrants.

According to an indictment by a Clay County Grand Jury, Bridgett Fields, age 28, of Mountain View Park Road (Manchester) too a pistol belonging to Michael Hensley while in the residence of Hensley and shot in the vicinity of Michael and Robyn Hensley, the Hensley’s son and three unidentified construction workers on September 24 (2017). She was charged with theft by unlawful taking (firearm); criminal attempt to commit burglary (first degree) and wanton endangerment (first degree).

Debra Bowling, age 45, of North HWY 421 (Manchester) was indicted by a Clay County Grand Jury on the following charges: criminal possession of forged instrument (second degree) and theft by unlawful taking (less than $500.00). According to the indictment she submitted forged check in the amount of $230.00 on the account of Chris Embry DBA Quality Services to Manchester Heritage Inns and Suites on August 4 (2016). She also took a blanket and coffeepot belonging to Manchester Heritage Inn and Suites on August 4 (2016).

According to the an indictment by a Clay County Grand Jury, Freddie Patterson, age 45, of Bridgewood Road (Manchester) failed to return a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am to Terri House with part valued at $3000.00 on February 10. Patterson was charged with theft by failure to make required disposition of property (over $500.00).

According to the an indictment by a Clay County Grand Jury, Carlos Gibbs, age 39, of HWY 149 (Manchester) and Tona Hubbard, age 42, of Lochards Creek Road (Manchester) entered the residence of Cecil Jones and took a night stand, safe, gun shells, medications, four knives and other miscellaneous items with a total value under $500.00 on July 25 (2017). They were charged with burglary (first degree) and theft by unlawful taking (less than $500.00). He was arrested by Manchester Police Officer Jason Combs.



Michelle Smith, age 45, of Harris Road (McKee) was arrested by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Gary Jordan at Rocking Chair Inn on a Bexar County (San Antonio) Texas warrant via the Daviess County (KY) Sheriff’s Office. Smith also goes by the names: Michelle Pace, Michelle Buffin and Michelle Root. Davises County Deputy Troy Calvert had been contacted by Bexar County that Smith was a fugitive from justice on Abandon Child charges. Extradition orders have been authorized in this case.

Jonathan Sexton, age 46, of North Highway 11 (Manchester) was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Don Trooper on a Clay District Court warrant in which Tina Sexton states that from October of 2014 through October of 2017 Jonathan Sexton had been having sex with a child who was under the age of twelve. He was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with: Rape (first degree) (victim under 12).

Janel Hoskins, age 32, of Stevens Road (Manchester) was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Don Trooper after a domestic dispute complaint. Steven Scott Sams told the trooper Hoskins had “attacked him, causing injury”. Trooper observed a cut on his head and blood on his face. She was booked into Clay County Detention Center and charged with: assault (fourth degree) (domestic violence) (minor injury).

Bill Berry, age 43, of Bridge Street (Manchester) and Lloyd LeAllen Gibson, age 25, of Old House Branch Road (Manchester) were arrested in the UK Eye center Parking lot when Manchester Assistant Police Chief Patrick Robinson found Berry throwing articles of clothing over the guard rail and Gibson was going through the dumpster. Gibson was found with a needle and white powder. Gibson was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with drug paraphernalia (buy/possess). Berry was charged with criminal littering.

Norman J. Smith, age 31, of Chop Bottom (Manchester) was arrested by Clay County Deputy Sheriff J. Kelsey after a search of his home during a Child Protective Services investigation discovered a baggie of white powder substance, a small bag of marijuana and various needles. Amy Johnson CPS and Deputy Michael Cagle assisted at the scene. Smith was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with drug paraphernalia (buy/possess); possession controlled substance (first degree) (first offense) (methamphetamine) and endangering the welfare of a minor,

Jerriet B. Wagers, age 33, of Chat Branch (Manchester) was arrested by Manchester Police Officer Jeff Couch after he was discovered in the Clay County High School passed out in his vehicle, During a search two baggies of meth was discovered. MPD Officer Jeremy Garrison assisted at the scene. Wagers was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with possession controlled substance (first offense) (methamphetamine) and public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol).

Tracy Eversole, age 41, of Hogskin Drive (Manchester) was arrested after she was found with a bag of what appeared to be marijuana was found under in her vehicle during a stop on Smith Hollow Road. Eversole was parked in a private driveway and appeared to be under the influence. Eversole told the officer the marijuana belonged to her. She was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with public intoxication (controlled substance) (excludes alcohol) and possession of marijuana.

Betty S. Morris, age 64, of North HYW 66 (Oneida) was arrested by Clay County Deputy Sheriff Dewey Grubb after she was found to have over an ounce of marijuana in her purse when attempting to enter the Clay County Judicial Center. Deputies Jeff Cochran and Matthew Smith assisted in the arrest. She was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with possession of marijuana.

Joshua Felix Smith, age 28, of Slate Lick Road (London) was arrested by Kentucky State Police Trooper Don Trooper after he hit the Derbies Embroidery Building next to Quickie Market. He failed several field sobriety tests and glass pipe with residue from what appeared to be meth and green leafy substance, which appeared to be marijuana. He was taken to Manchester Memorial Hospital were he submitted to a blood test. Smith was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with leaving scene of accident; possession of controlled substance (first offense) (methamphetamine); possession of marijuana; operating motor vehicle under influence (alcohol/drugs/etc.) first offense; no registration plates; no registration receipt and failure of owner to maintain required insurance (first offense).

Robin Nichole Hensley, age 31, and Bruce Hoskins, age 50, both of HWY 149 (Manchester) were arrested after Kentucky State Police Trooper Logan Wolfe found them fighting in a creek when he responded to a domestic violence complaint from Clay 911. Wolfe ordered them to stop; Hoskins stopped but Hensley ran off. He was bleeding from his arm and Wolfe called for an ambulance but none were available. Wolfe transported Hoskins to Manchester Memorial Hospital for treatment including stiches. KSP Trooper Don Trooper was able to detain Hensley but was forced to threaten to use a CEW Taser when she came after him with a needle. The needle contained a liquid substance and was sent to the KSP lab for testing.

Hensley was booked into the Clay County Detention Center and charged with assault (fourth degree) (domestic violence) (minor injury); fleeing or evading police (second degree) (on foot); possession controlled substance (first degree) (first offense) (drug unspecified); drug paraphernalia (buy/possess); probation violation (for felony offense); tampering with physical evidence; failure to appear and non payment of fines. Hoskins was charged with assault (fourth degree) (domestic violence) (minor injury).

Brittany Hoskins, age 26, of Manchester was charged on a Laurel County warrant charging criminal trespass (first-degree) with two other individuals off Levi Jackson Mill Road at Bakersfield Lane just south of London. Jesse Carpenter, age 59, of London (failure to appear) in court on charges of operating on suspended or revoked operators license, possess was also arrested with Hoskins and Jason George Wagers, age 39, of London who was charged on a Clay County bench warrant of arrest charging failure to appear on numerous traffic violations.

Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Cloyd along with Deputy Daniel Grigsby made the arrests Wednesday afternoon October 4, 2017 at approximately 4:03 PM. These three individuals were lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center.

Brad Smith, age 32, of Manchester was arrested early Sunday morning off KY 229 two miles south of London after a traffic stop on a Toyota Highlander that failed to come to a complete stop at an intersection. Laurel Deputy Byron Lawson noted a strong odor of alcoholic beverages emitting from Smith. Laurel Sheriff John Root is reporting that: Laurel Sheriff’s Office Deputy Byron Lawson arrested Smith October 1, 2017 at approximately 1:47 AM. Deputy Lawson determined he was under the influence. Smith was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence (second offense) and disregarding a stop sign and was lodged in the Laurel County detention Center.