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Cynthiana Police Department

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Case reports
June 30 -- At 2:35 p.m., Conrad B. Fritz, 108 Bradford Drive, reported that he and guests were outside on the deck drinking and Leonard Mineer walked over and punched him in the face. This allegedly occurred on June 28. Fritz said he was afraid to report it to the police for fear of being attacked again.
July 1 -- At 5:19 p.m., police were called to the area of Walmart where a man and woman were allegedly standing in the heat with a small child asking passersby for money. When police arrived a second child, who is 2 years old, was inside a van with no air circulating, no air conditioning and the windows closed except for one that was cracked. Police arrested Ion Marculeanu and Eugenia-Sanda Marculeanu, charging both with first degree wanton endangerment. The children were turned over to the Cabinet for Human Resources. The family was from Phoenix, Arizona.
July 1 -- At 11:11 p.m., police were called to 118 Federal Drive for a domestic disturbance.
July 2 -- At 4:14 p.m., Timothy Taylor reported that a door handle and door was damaged at his residence at 206 S. Walnut St.
July 3 -- At 6:23 a.m., police were called to Ken’s NewMarket where two men had walked out of the store without paying for $3.96 worth of merchandise. Michael Knipper allegedly had two packets of hot chocolate and two instant coffee packets hidden in his pants leg and pocket. Adam Knipper was found in possession of a package of cheese, steaks and a 6-pack of eggs. Police arrested Michael Knipper charging him with theft by deception under $500 and Adam Knipper charging him with theft by deception under $500 and alcohol intoxication in a public place.
July 3 -- At 7:45 a.m., police were advised that a reckless driver was approaching the round-about. Police were able to get behind the driver and made the traffic stop. David Allen Price was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs/etc.
July 3 -- At 8:54 p.m., police were in the picnic area of Louis Stout Way when they detected a strong odor of marijuana. Police made a walk-through of the area where there were about 20 individuals gathered. When police approached the crowd dispersed leaving Anthony Talbott who was allegedly holding a blunt cigar wrap. Talbott was attempting to reach into his vehicle through the passenger window and was told to stop. Talbott attempted to walk away several times. He was allegedly found in possession of 11 small plastic bags of marijuana and $1,313 in cash. Talbott was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, trafficking in marijuana.
July 3 -- At 7:53 p.m., Conrad B. Fritz, 108 Bradford Drive, reported that three firearms were missing from his residence. He said he was getting reading to move and discovered that two 22-short revolvers and one 38 calibre revolver were missing.
July 5 -- At 8:12 a.m., Dale A. Fight, 105 N. Walnut St., reported that his 2008 Toyota pickup truck was taken overnight without his permission. The theft was captured on video as having occurred at 4:38 a.m.
July 7 -- At 11:19 p.m., Kelly Kenney, 209 N. Miller St., reported that someone entered her home and took a 60-inch television, a pit bull/boxer mix dog and car charger from her home.
July 8 -- At 12:55 a.m., a juvenile report was made from Shell that a man put a 24-ounce can of beer down the front of his pants, paid for two cups of ice and left the store without paying for the beer.
July 9 -- At 12:46 a.m., police saw two juvenile male subjects running on Miller Street. Police found a street sign at the corner of Pleasant and Miller streets on the ground. The boys told police they jumped up to hit the sign and it fell.
July 5 -- At 8:28 p.m., a report was made from Shell Apple Market that a cell phone card with a $15 value was taken from the store.

Arrests, citations, warnings
July 5 – Ron Burns, 34, was arrested on East Ridge Road and charged with DUI and cited for the rear license not illuminated.
July 5 – Anthony Bradford, 28, was cited on Oddville Avenue for operating on a suspended/revoked drivers license.
July 7 – Michelle Stratton, 43, was arrested at Eastside Pharmacy on East Pleasant Street for uttering a false/forged prescription.
July 7 – Diane Slade, 57, was arrested at Cedar Ridge on US 62 East for alcohol intoxication.
July 7 – Jessica Beagle, 32, was arrested on East Pleasant Street for operating on a suspended/revoked drivers license.
July 8 – Kenneth Collins, 27, was arrested at Harrison Memorial Hospital for alcohol intoxication.
July 8 – Steven Fogle II, 29, was cited at Harrison Square on US 27 South for failure to produce an insurance card and reckless driving.
July 9 – Shelton Moore, 19, was arrested at 205 S. Elmarch Ave. and charged with public intoxication.
July 9 – Alexander Marx, 19, was arrested at 205 S. Elmarch Ave. and charged with trafficking marijuana and being in possession of drug paraphernalia.
July 9 – Cassandra Broshears, 19, was arrested on Court Street and charged with shoplifting under $500 at Walmart on US 27 South and an execution of warrant for Harrison County.
July 9 – Crystal Slone, 27, was arrested at the Walmart on US 27 South and charged with shoplifting under $500.
July 9 – Shane Thompson, 23, was arrested on West Pearl Street and charged with alcohol intoxication and fourth degree assault.
July 9 – William Moore Jr., 57, was cited on US 27 South for no registration receipt, failure to maintain insurance and no tail lamps.
July 9 – Kirstyn Truesdell, 21, was cited on Oddville Avenue for failure to maintain insurance and having one headlight.
July 10 – Aaron Haney, 33, was cited on East Pleasant Street for operating a vehicle with an expired operating license.
July 10 – Serena Foster, 18, was cited on Water Street for possession of marijuana.
July 10 – Amanda Burns, 32, was arrested at Walmart on US 27 South and charged with criminal trespassing.
July 11 – Jonathan Powers, 21, was arrested on Court Street on execution of warrant in Harrison County.
July 11 – Alisha Banks, 21, was arrested on Court Street on execution of two warrants in Harrison County.