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Cynthiana Police Department

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Case reports
June 6 – At 12:09 p.m., police were called regarding a child’s injuries sustained while with another parent.
June 7 – At 9:07 p.m., police were called to Elmarch Avenue for a domestic dispute that was apparently taking place on the sidewalk.
June 7 -- At 10:23 p.m., police were called to Walnut Street in reference to a domestic situation.
June 7 – At 11:17 p.m., police were called to Elmarch Avenue regarding a noise/domestic disturbance.
June 8 – At 6:41 a.m., Anthony Bowman reported that his cell phone, charger and $50 as well as medications were taken.
June 8 – At 6 p.m., Elsie F. Walker, Shawnee Drive, reported that her car had been scratched. The officer advised that it appeared the scratches had been made at different times and not intentional.
June 8 – At 8:48 p.m., police were called to Cromwell Alley to investigate a report of children playing outside without supervision.
June 9 – At 10:17 a.m., a report was made from Walmart of in individual asking to use patrons’ phones. Police found baby items and women’s clothing in her vehicle for which there appeared to be no receipt.
June 9 – At 7:14 p.m., Damon C. King reported that Subway had been quick-scammed. He said that two black men entered the store with one buying a cookie. While the cashier was giving him change, he started asking for change for $100 then change on a $20. King said the man was talking so fast that it seemed to be the right change at the time. However, after the men left, he realized they had gotten away with $120 too much. At 8:30, Walmart Subway reported they the men had entered the restaurant around 6:30 p.m. and had made out with $160. Officers are obtaining security footage to compare to a similar incident that occurred last summer.
June 9 – At 8:57 p.m., Penny Honeycutt requested information about filing an EPO against her husband, Allen Honeycutt. She told police that he had stabbed her in the leg and choked her the day before.
June 9 – At 10:21 p.m., police were called to Elm Street where a woman was reportedly unconscious on the couch. Police gained access and the woman was taken to Harrison Memorial Hospital.
June 9 – At 11:38 p.m., police were called to Walmart in reference to a possible scam. Police approached two subjects inside the store who were trying to exchange merchandise for gift cards. The man and woman had multiple identifications and appeared to be from Texas. The pair was asked to leave the premises. However, the vehicle they drove was not allowed to leave the lot due to registration problems.
June 10 – At 12:54 p.m., Christy Wagoner reported that she was harassed by Terry Wolford as she walked down Vine Street.
June 10 – At 5:54 p.m., police were called to Newsome Avenue for a domestic dispute.
June 10 – At 9:18 p.m., Tyler Gibson reported that his wallet had been stolen while he was playing basketball at Hero’s Park.
June 10 – At 11:46 p.m., police were dispatched a fight at he Shell Market. Police advised the subjects to stay away from each other and cleared the lot.
June 11 – At 1:22 p.m., Sheila Rumford of Thrift Food Mart on Oddville Avenue reported that someone had entered the store 10 minutes prior and taken an energy drink.
June 11 – At 2:48 p.m., police were called to Marshall Avenue in reference to a fight.
June 12 – At 12:38 p.m., police received a call from a resident at Shady Lawn asking for transportation to the Hope Center in Lexington. He said he was not happy at the facility.
June 13 – At 1:07 a.m., Cody Ziesensis reported that his ratchet tie-down straps, knife blades and light connection to his trailer lights were taken while he was inside Ken’s NewMarket cleaning the floors.
June 13 – At 3:33 p.m., Regina Riley reported that checks have been forged on her account and had been written to Ken’s Fuel Express in the amounts of $243 and $195. Riley told police that her son has entered guilty pleas to other charges but that these checks had been overlooked.
June 14 – At 10:15 a.m., police were called to Family Dollar Store where children had been left in a vehicle with it running for several minutes. Police found the mother inside the store and advised her of the dangers of leaving the small children unattended with the vehicle running. The window was about half down.
Arrests, citations, warnings
June 7 -- Nathan Hill, 20, was cited on Poplar Street for failure to wear seat belt.
June 7 -- Tamara A. Swancey, 33, was arrested on Safety Way and charged with operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license and failure to maintain insurance.
June 7 -- Leif B. Morgan, 33, was arrested on U.S. 27 South and charged with DUI and communication device violation.
June 7 -- Sherry McWhorter, 24, was cited on Pleasant Street for license to be in possession and instructional permit violation.
June 8 -- Mathew D. Dennie, 18, was cited on Pearl Street for person 18-20 possessing/purchasing/having another purchase alcohol.
June 8 -- Shelton W. Moore, 18, was cited on Pearl Street for person 18-20 possessing/purchasing/having another purchase alcohol.
June 8 -- Cody R. Baker, 19, was cited on Pearl Street for person 18-20 possessing/purchasing/having another purchase alcohol.
June 8 -- Angelica M.  Richardson, 28, was arrested on Court Street on a Harrison County warrant for non-support.
June 8 -- Patricia L. Smith, 45, was arrested on Court Street on a Harrison County warrant for failure to dim headlights.
June 8 -- Jimmy A. Brierly, 32, was arrested on Pleasant Street and charged with theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting.
June 9 -- Stephanie J. Price, 24, was cited on Pike Street for failure to wear seat belt.
June 9 -- David L. Emrick, 44, was arrested on a Boone County warrant for criminal littering.
June 9 -- Danielle R. Harney, 19, was arrested on Court Street on two Harrison County warrants for theft by unlawful taking (contents from auto) and third degree burglary,.
June 9 -- Mose B. Cundiff, 34, was arrested on a Nicholas County warrant for failure to appear.
June 9 -- Russell A. Bryant, 23, was cited on Riverside Drive for one head light.
June 10 -- Gualberto R. Lopez, 31, was arrested on Pleasant Street and charged with possession of open alcohol beverage container in vehicle, no operator’s license and DUI, aggravated circumstances.
June 10 -- Taylor R. Barce, 21, was arrested on a Grant County warrant for criminal trespassing third degree.
June 10 -- Curtis S. Gampfer, 29, was arrested on Pleasant and Walnut streets and charged with failure to maintain insurance, failure to notify DOT of address change, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s  license, failure to wear seat belt.
June 10 -- Vanessa N. Duff, 30, was arrested on U.S. 27 South at KC Provisions and charged with DUI, prescription controlled substance not in proper container, two counts, possession of drug paraphernalia.
June 11 -- Ricky A. Mains, 53, was arrested at 102 N. Main St. and charged with alcohol intoxication.
June 11 -- Carl E. Purnell, 54, was arrested on Court Street on two Harrison County warrants for possession of marijuana and failure to appear.
June 11 -- Kimberly Bozynski, 45, was arrested on Court Street on a Harrison County warrant for alcohol intoxication.
June 12 -- Danny R. Brierly, 51, was arrested on U.S. 27 South and charged with alcohol intoxication.
June 12 -- Frankie L. Hollar, 47, was arrested on a Carroll County warrant for flagrant non-support.
June 12 -- Alvin R.  Crutcher, 66, was cited on Pleasant Street for failure to wear seat belts.
June 13 -- Bobbi J. Ducker, 57, was cited on Bridge and Walnut streets for failure to wear seat belt.
June 13 -- Veronica G. Baldridge, 35, was cited on U.S. 27 North for speeding, 11 mph over the limit.
June 13 -- Kristie J. Moss, 36, was cited on U.S. 27 North for failure to notify DOT of address change and license to be in possession.
June 13 -- Todd T. Moore, 49, was arrested on Pleasant and Main streets and charged with failure to wear seat belt, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, possession of license when privileges have been revoked and failure to notify DOT of address change.