Cynthiana Police Department

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Case reports
May 17 – At 11:01 p.m., Donnie Crump, Poplar Street, reported that all four tires on his 2003 Chevrolet van had been slashed while it was parked on Pearl Street. Police arrested Jonathan Moore charging him with alcohol intoxication.
May 18 – At 3:02 p.m., Seth Smith of Walmart security, reported that Janessa Jolly entered the store and put items in her purse. Jolly was arrested and charged with theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting.
May 18 – At 5:33 p.m., police were called to an altercation between two women on Elmarch Avenue. Police met with Diana Linville and Lea Baker, who were fighting money that was allegedly stolen from one of the women.
May 18 – At 9:26 p.m., Mitchell Knipper claimed that his brother, Kenneth Knipper, violated a civil order by yelling at him in Walmart.
May 19 – At 12:09 a.m., police were called to Broadway Avenue for a domestic situation.
May 19 – At 1:25 a.m., police were called to meet an individual in the parking lot at KOI Auto Parts. When police arrived, Cregg Hill advised police that he did not need assistance.
May 19 – At 7:16 a.m., Emily Wood, Webster Avenue, reported that a 2004 Pontiac was stolen from her driveway. The keys had been left inside the vehicle. The Harrison County Fire Department had been dispatched at 6:44 a.m. To a car fire on Beaver Baptist Road. The vehicle was Wood’s Pontiac.
May 19 – At 10:27 a.m., Joyce Grimes, Vine Street, reported that someone had torn boards from her crawl space. It appears that a couple of pieces of metal were taken.
May 19 – At 12:35 p.m., Nichole Tolliver, Wilson Avenue, reported that she has been receiving threatening phone calls from her ex-husband. She filed for an EPO against Justin Tolliver.
May 19 – At 3:22 p.m., Donna Golden reported that she was having a yard sale at her residence on Penn Street and a subject went onto the porch and took $55. Golden chased the suspect down the street. The subject, Elizabeth Bolen called police and stated that Golden was chasing her with a knife.
May 19 – At 7:16 p.m., police were called regarding a disagreement between Geneva McClanahan and Ronnie Florence. McClanahan told police that the beer licenses are in her name and that Florence has the food license. She said Florence was trying to keep her out of the Walnut Street bar. McClanahan removed the beer licenses from the bar and told them they could not sell any beer at this time. Police agreed to watch the establishment for the rest of the evening.
May 19 – At 9:52 p.m., Margaret Wood advised police that she had been in the vehicle with an individual who had pushed her out.
May 19 – At 9:55 p.m., police were called to a neighbor dispute on Poplar Street.
May 19 – At 10:35 p.m., Henry Hogg, Locust  Street, reported that he confronted a husband and wife who were arguing loudly in his backyard. When he told them to quiet down, they turned on him.
May 19 – At 11:30 p.m., Donna Whitaker, Cynthiana, reported that she was assaulted in Georgetown by another Cynthiana woman. She told police she made a report to Georgetown Police Department but wanted to also notify CPD.
May 19 – At 11:32 p.m., Henry Hogg called police to complain about how his earlier call had been handled. Police advised Hogg that the subjects were not arrested because there had been no assault that occurred in the presence of a police officer. The officer told Hogg that a criminal complaint would be sought on Monday.
May 20 – At 12:49 a.m., a report was made by a woman who was hosting a dance for some eighth graders at Rohs Opera House. One of the children was caught with a bottle of whisky, eight cans of snuff tobacco and a bag of what appeared to be synthetic marijuana. Two juveniles were turned over to their guardians.
May 20 – At 3:42 a.m., a 17-year-old juvenile reported that he lost his wallet earlier in the evening. The wallet contained between $130 and $150 in cash, a debit card and his operator’s license.
May 20 – At 5:31 p.m., Darryl Lail, Raintree Drive, reported that the battery and sim card were taken from his cell phone.
May 20 – At 8:48 p.m., a 15-year-old girl reported that she had received a threatening telephone call from another girl.
May 21 – At 9:21 a.m., Miranda Hurst, Broadway Avenue, reported that the man she was dating had taken her laptop computer without her permission and refused to return it to her.
May 21 – Larry M. Nichols, Church Street, reported that a subject came into Cynthiana Jewelry and Pawn and removed a .38 revolver from the counter. Police arrested Jonathan W. Moore, who allegedly pitched the gun into a tree line. Moore was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, theft by unlawful taking (firearm) and tampering with physical evidence.
May 21 – At 4 p.m., police were called to Hinkston Avenue for a dispute between neighbors.
May 22 – At 7:15 a.m., William  Mains, Battle Grove Avenue, reported that his 1996 white Neon was taken from his driveway overnight.
May 22 – At 8:33 a.m., Daniel S. Potter, Old Lair Road, reported that someone took an iPod from his vehicle.
May 22 – At 8:52 a.m., Katherine Tomline, Old Lair Road, reported that several items were taken from her vehicle overnight. Among the missing items were an iPhone and two iPods.
May 22 – At 12:13 p.m., police were called to Walmart where an employee has repeatedly been harassed by a customer. On this occasion the employee was pushed at the rear of the store. Walmart assistant manager Eddie Otis said he wanted to have Sierra Roberts trespassed from the store.
May 22 – At 2:54 p.m., Brian Bell of Bell’s Outdoor Sports reported that a woman entered the store trying to sell what was believed to be a stolen iPhone. The phone had been stolen 15 minutes earlier from Levi Hill, who works at Dryden’s Sporting Goods.
May 22 – At 4:10 p.m., Connie Lemons, Lang Road, reported that her father’s ATM had been used without permission and that $1800 had been withdrawn from the account. James M. Huff was arrested on May 30 on a warrant for fraudulent use of a credit card.
May 22 – At 9:55 p.m., police were called to Elm Street regarding an alleged trespasser. Dorothy Butcher reported that she asked Harold Stevens to stay away from her residence and that Stevens could return the next day to collect his property. Police observed several chickens on the property. Butcher said the chickens belonged to Stevens and that she did not want them there. Animal Control picked up the chickens as well as 12 eggs that were in the process of hatching.
May 23 – At 12:03 a.m., David Powers, Harrison  Memorial Hospital security, reported that James Hope had damaged a No Smoking banner and that he appeared to be under the influence. Police arrested Hope when the found in his possession 21 tablets that appeared to be hydrocodone, a cylinder containing a white substance.
May 23 – At 10:53 a.m., police were called to the Cynthiana Presbyterian Church parking lot where a woman reported that she was being harassed by her daughter in-law.
May 24 – At 1:03 a.m., while on foot patrol, police noticed an open storage building at Maysville Community College. The door appeared to have been pried apart. A second building was secure. Larry Lemons, MCC key holder, arrived and said nothing appeared to have been missing.
May 24 – At 2:47 a.m., Henry Hogg, Locust Street, reported that someone threw a cinder block into the front door of his residence.
May 24 – At 3:01 a.m., police were called to Delta Court where Lloyd Abbott had been cut. He told police that he and his stepfather were trying to cut a dog leash when the knife slipped and cut his arm.
May 24 – At 5:33 p.m., police were called to Ken’s Exxon for a drive-off. Police located the woman who drove off. She told police she used her credit card and it stated that it was approved. She returned to the station and paid for the fuel.
May 24 – At 7:25 p.m., police were called to Locust Street where Henry Hogg reported that five subjects came to his house and threatened to burn it down.
May 24 – At 7:34 p.m., a juvenile complaint was filed for a 12-year-old girl who refused to go to Lexington for a pre-arranged visit with her father. Police advised the juvenile that until she turned 18 her mother was in control.
May 24 – At 9:50 p.m., police were called regarding a toddler walking into traffic. Elizabeth Tolliver was arrested and charged with second degree criminal abuse of child 12 or under.
May 25 – At 12:16 a.m., a harassment call was made from Dorothy Butcher, Elm Street. She said her former boyfriend would not leave her alone.
May 25 – At 1:14 p.m., April Tolliver, Pearl Street, reported that she received a letter from her bank stating that she owed money on a closed account. Tolliver said she had not written the checks. Police discovered that there are several checks outstanding on the closed account. Police have viewed security video and have suspects in the case.
May 25 – At 1:54 p.m., Conrad Fritz, Bradford Drive, reported that sometime between Jan. 1 and May 25 someone has entered his residence and removed three handguns, two wedding bands, a woman’s diamond engagement ring and a man’s diamond cluster ring.
May 25 – At 2:47 p.m., Helen C. Mitchell, Shimfessel Court, reported that she lost her wallet at McDonald’s. The wallet contained cash, checks and her operator’s license.
May 26 – At 12:05 p.m., Ptl. Josh Carter was patrolling at Veterans’ Park and was told by an individual that a little girl had just had her finger cut off on a piece of playground equipment. The child’s finger was located and taken to HMH where the child had already been transported. She was transported to Lexington to have hand surgery. The mayor ordered the equipment locked down.
May 25 – At 4:23 p.m., Roger Soard reported that his sister’s vehicle caught fire while in his driveway. He said he was working on it and cardboard had oil that had dripped down. He said someone could have thrown a cigarette out igniting the cardboard.
May 30 – At 7:53 p.m., a report was made of a juvenile boy who had been pushed down while playing with other children. The boy sustained a few scratches, but his iPod touch was broken. The child’s father asked that the iPod be fixed. The mother of the other child agreed to make arrangements to pay for the damages.
May 25 – At 7:59 p.m., police were called to the HMH obstetrics department where a new mother tested positive for drugs. Social services were contacted.
May 26 – At 4:08 a.m., while patrolling, Ptl. Michael Kiskaden saw a vehicle behind Custom Cuts with two people inside. They got out and ran. Kiskaden captured James E. Slade on Miller Street. The vehicle turned out to have been stolen from Darrell Beverly of Bridge Street. Slade was charged with multiple offenses.
May 26 – At 4:54 p.m. Two children were bitten by a Boston Terrier on Church Street. One child was riding his bicycle when the dog bit the child’s ankle. While his mother was taking him inside, the dog bit the second child on the porch. Animal Control was called to take custody of the dog, which had also bitten another individual on Poplar Street.
May 27 – At 6:13 p.m., Maurice Perkins, Oddville Avenue, reported that while he was at the park with his child someone broke into his residence and took a new television, an xBox 360 with Kinect sensor and an AK-47 semi-automatic rifle.
May 27 – At 6:31 p.m., Leanne King, Poplar Street, reported that her daughter’s iPhone was taken from the residence.
May 27 – At 7:35 p.m., Jim Swinford reported that the First United Methodist Church was broken into and $30 in cash was taken.
May 28 – At 3:23 a.m., a complaint was made that juveniles were inside a residence and were drinking alcohol. Three juveniles were turned over to their guardians.
May 28 – At 9:56 a.m., Eva Jones, Miller Street, reported that her vehicle had been egged overnight. Police also found other vehicles that had been egged.
May 28 – At 11:29 a.m., a domestic situation was reported on Newsome Avenue. An EPO was served against an individual later the same day.
May 28 – At 10:42 p.m., Jeromy Stone, Paris, reported that he was threatened by an unknown subject in the City Hall parking lot.
May 29 – At 12:13 a.m., Julie Prewitt of Shell Apple Mart reported that an individual came into the store and consumed and concealed items without paying.
May 29 – At 2:26 a.m., Julie Prewitt of Shell Apple Mart reported that someone pumped $10.22 worth of fuel and did not pay.
May 29 – At 10:52 a.m., Michael Babb, Indian Woods, reported that plywood and metal, valued at $1,200, were taken from his apartment building on Walnut Street.
May 29 – At 8:30 p.m., Lori Griess, Old Lair Road, reported a civil matter.
May 28 – At 11:46 p.m., Sarah Fryman, Old Lair Road, reported that someone forced his way into her residence and took her prescription.
May 30 – At 5:03 p.m., police took a report of possible child abuse.
May 30 – At 5:22 p.m., Elizabeth Darnell reported that an office door at the Episcopal Church had been tampered with.
May 30 – At 9:06 p.m., a report was made of two juveniles who had allegedly taken property from their home that did not belong to them.
May 30 – At 2:12 p.m,. Randall Brooks II, Federal Drive, reported that his cell phone was missing.
May 31 – At 3:59 p.m. Police were called regarding a possible harassment.
May 31 – At 11:48 p.m., William Howard, Third Street, reported the theft of a cutting torch and oxygen gauge.

Arrests, citations, warnings
May 25 -- Jason M. Gooden, 29, was arrested on a warrant on Court Street for harassment and violation of Kentucky EPO.
May 26 -- William F. Mullins, 34, was arrested on Pleasant Street and charged with alcohol intoxication and possession of burglary tools.
May 26 -- James E. Slade Jr., 24, was arrested on warrants on Court Street for theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, theft by unlawful taking (from auto) two counts, alcohol intoxication, theft of motor vehicle registration plate, receiving stolen property under $10,000.
May 27 -- Ashley Gerstein, 20, was arrested on U.S. 27 South at Walmart and charged with theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting.
May 28 -- Timothy W. Platt, 37, was arrested on Main Street on warrants from Bourbon and Harrison counties for contempt of court, third degree criminal mischief, theft by unlawful taking (coin machine), criminal possession of forged instrument, theft by unlawful taking.
May 29 -- Elizabeth A. Nace, 39, was arrested on South Main Street and charged with alcohol intoxication and resisting arrest.
May 29 -- Veronica J. Gibson, 37, was arrested at River Road Park and charged with failure to wear seat belt, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license and possession of license when privilege is revoked.
May 29 -- Katie M. Wiglesworth, 26 was arrested on U.S. 27 South at Walmart and charged with theft by unlawful taking, shoplifting.
May 30 -- Obie D. Roberts, 56, was arrested on Walnut Street and charged with alcohol intoxication, second degree disorderly conduct, resisting arrest.
May 30 -- Angel L. Rose, 21, was arrested on U.S. 27  South on a warrant for receiving stolen property under $500.
May 30 -- Nichole M. Tolliver, 21, was cited on Pleasant Street for failure to wear seat belt.
May 30 -- Ernest M. Pyles Sr., 28, was arrested on Court Street on warrants for failure to maintain insurance and leaving the scene of an accident, failure to render aid.
May 30 -- Leena M. Baisden, 19, was arrested on Hinkston Avenue on warrants for terroristic threatening and retaliating against a participant in legal process.
May 30 -- James M. Huff, 26, was arrested on Walnut Street on a warrant for fraudulent use of a credit card.
May 30 -- Shaun P. Brewer, 22, was cited on U.S. 27 South at Walmart, improper start from parked position.
June 1 -- David A. Burden Jr., 22, was arrested on Court Street on warrants for second degree wanton endangerment and improper start from parked position.
June 1 -- Dennis Quesenberry, 38, was arrested on Court Street on warrants for Harrison and Nicholas counties for theft by unlawful taking, non-support, no operator’s license, first degree DUI.