July 9 – At 12:33 p.m., police were called to Kentucky Bank regarding a possible forged check. A witness told police that Amanda R. Easley attempted to cash a check on an account of Chris Dailey for $130. The check had been altered. A complaint is pending.
July 9 – At 5:43 p.m., Barry D. Turner and McKayla F. Shaw reported that they had been threatened by former tenants. They were going to seek complaints with the county attorney’s office.
July 9 – At 6:09 p.m., police were called to 305 E. Pike St. regarding a man in the basement shooting up heroine. The caller told police she was mad at her boyfriend and wanted him to get in trouble. The boyfriend appeared to be okay and denied any drug use. The caller was advised that she could be charged with calling in a false incident.
July 9 – At 6:21 p.m., Vanessa Barker reported that she came from the Family Dollar Store and was punched in the face by Vanessa Duff.
July 9 – At 7:39 p.m., Larry Medlin, Berry, reported that while at the Thrift Food Mart a man approached Josh Davidson and threatened him with a firearm. Police located the alleged suspect at Red Carpet Liquor and found no weapon on him, his vehicle or the brush between Thrift and Red Carpet. Louis Cox told police that he had been beaten by Davidson around June 6 and had spent several days in ICU in a Lexington hospital. He said when he saw Davidson and Amanda Easley he confronted the two but he said he had no gun.
July 9 – At 9:03 p.m., Philip Becraft reported that he was attempting to repossess a 2002 Honda from 205 Penn St., when the owner came out and slammed a gate into his truck then pushed his wife down. Lamont Kenney was arrested on an e-warrant for an unrelated charge. While in police custody he denied having any contact with the woman.
July 9 – At 11:06 p.m., Walter Nickerson, Brooks Street, reported that someone had taken his wallet, $40 cash and a prepaid cell phone from his residence.
July 10 – At 4 p.m., Cassandra Clifford reported that she needed help retrieving three movies from Jeanette Duckworth. Duckworth said she had her brother taken the movies back to Red Box.
July 10 – At 10:54 p.m., police were called to Rancho Bob’s for a possible domestic.
July 11 – At 8:34 p.m., Jacob A. Dale, Pearl Street, reported that his moped was missing from a building behind his residence.
July 12 – At 3:44 a.m., Floyd R. Turner, 317 Pleasant St., reported that his wife, Holly Turner, had cut his finger with a butcher knife.
July 12 – At 9 a.m., Terry Wolford, 104 Vine St., reported that the boy who had Wolford put in jail last week is harassing him by shooting a BB gun into his back yard.
July 13 – At 12:08 a.m., police were responding to an accident on Russ Avenue when they were advised by a witness that the driver of the vehicle, Bryan Streitenberger, was possibly intoxicated. Kenneth Stidham told police he witnessed Streitenberger back into the street sign and then into a fence. Police arrested Streitenberger charging him with operating a motor vehicle under influence of intoxicants aggravated circumstances, leaving the scene of an accident and second degree criminal mischief.. When police put him in the cruiser he began beating his head against the cage. He also refused any tests at the hospital and became belligerent. Police were advised that Streitenberger also struck two other vehicles on Pleasant Street.
July 13 – At 1:40 p.m., Thelma Stevens reported that she was giving a ride to a subject she knows only by his nickname and that the man emptied her prescription pills from the bottle and jumped out of the vehicle and ran away.
July 13 – At 11:59 a.m., Seth Smith of Walmart security reported that a woman took $707.61 worth of merchandise without paying. The theft occurred on July 12. According to security video, the woman entered the lawn and garden area picked up eight packs of Crest White Strips valued at $54.97 each, two packs of Crest White Strips valued at $43.97 each and three bottles of Alli, 120 count, valued at $59.97 each. Det. Alan Judy determined that the same woman is a suspect in the theft of the same items from the Paris Walmart.
Arrests, citations, warnings
July 12 -- Austin L. Poe, 19, was arrested on East Bridge Street and charged with operating on suspended or revoked operator’s license.
July 12 -- Tony L. Cadle, 35, was arrested on North Walnut Street and charged with reckless driving, disregarding stop sign, DUI aggravated circumstances, no operator’s license, disorderly conduct.
July 12 -- Shaun P. Brewer, 23, was arrested on US 27 South and charged with operating on suspended or revoked operator’s license and failure to illuminate head lights.
July 13 -- Bryan E. Streitenberger, 40, was arrested on Russ Avenue and charged with leaving the scene of accident/failure to render aid and DUI aggravated circumstances.
July 13 -- Kenny Miller, 66, was cited on South Miller at Pleasant Street for license to be in possession and failure to wear seat belt.
July 13 -- Mary C. Tolle, 56, was cited on North Church Street for failure to wear seat belt.
July 13 -- Sheri J. Fryman, 48, was cited on Bridge Street for failure to wear seat belt and failure to produce insurance card.
July 13 -- James A. Antrobus, 71, was cited on Main Street for failure to wear seat belt.
July 13 -- Charles C. Helton, 57, was cited on Church Street for failure to produce insurance card and failure to wear seat belt.
July 13 -- Haley M. Powers, 16, was cited on Bridge Street for failure to wear seat belt.
July 13 -- Alicia M. Workman, 21, was cited on Safety Way for license to be in possession and failure to wear seat belt.
July 13 -- Chelsea A. Napier, 19, was arrested on Bridge Street at Railroad Avenue and charged with failure to maintain insurance and no operator’s license.
July 13 -- Paula J. Clay, 48, was cited on Poplar Street for failure to notify DOT of address change and failure to produce insurance card.
July 13 -- Geoffrey D. Saylor, 35, was arrested on U.S. 27 North and charged with no motorcycle operator’s license, failure to register transfer of motor vehicle, failure to maintain insurance, no registration receipt and no registration plate.
July 14 -- Trevor Brown, 22, was arrested on a Harrison County warrant for fourth degree assault, minor injury.
July 14 -- Joshua T. Moss, 21, was arrested on two Harrison County warrants for harassment (no physical contact) and criminal mischief third degree.
July 14 -- Rebecca S. Pugh, 48, was arrested on a Harrison County warrant for speeding, 11 mph over the limit.
July 14 -- Mark T. Marsh, 19, was arrested on Bridge Street and charged with second degree disorderly conduct.
July 14 -- Michael W. Landrum, 55, was cited on Bridge Street for failure to wear seat belt.
July 14 -- Matthew R. Marsh, 36, was cited on Walnut Street for failure to wear seat belt.
July 14 -- Jessica L. Wagoner, 26, was cited on Pleasant Street for failure to wear seat belt.
July 15 -- Cynthia A. Spiller, 34, was arrested on U.S. 27 South and charged with alcohol intoxication.
July 15 -- Candido C. Lorenzo, 31, was arrested on U.S. 62 West and charged with failure to maintain insurance, no operator’s license and failure to wear seat belt.
July 16 -- Vickie C Manion, 55, was arrested on Harrison County warrants for DUI and second degree wanton endangerment.
July 17 -- Heather S. Durbin, 32, was arrested at Walmart and charged with third degree criminal trespassing.
July 17 -- Joshua M. Hall, 28, was arrested at Walmart and charged with third degree criminal trespass.
July 17 -- Casey E. Trapp, 24, was arrested on a Harrison County warrant for speeding 26 mph over the limit, failure to maintain insurance and no registration plate.
July 17 -- Heather S. Durbin, 32, was cited at Walmart for improper parking in a fire lane.