Cynthiana Police Report

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By The Staff


Case reports

April 27 – At 5:50 p.m., David Sumpter, Pleasant Street, reported that someone took a one-year-old push mower from his back yard.

April 27 -At 7:54 p.m., police talked with a 10-year-old boy who said he had no place to stay.

April 28 – At 10:56 a.m., Dorothy Neace, manager at Apple Market on Pleasant Street, reported that someone struck the compressor and pulled it from its concrete foundation.

April 29 – At 5:15 p.m., Sue Carter, Pike Street, reported that someone broke into her home and took two gaming systems with controllers and accessories, a notebook computer and some cash.

April 29 – At 5:46 p.m., police took a report of harassment from a resident on Pleasant Street.

April 29 – At 10:54 a.m., police were called to Shimfessel Court where the apartment manager found three bags of files that appeared to have been from Northside Elementary.

April 29 – At 8:22 p.m., a woman reported that a man pulled into the parking lot of First Stop, got out of his truck and walked around the building to urinate.

April 30 – At 8:02 p.m., police took a report from a juvenile who claimed she had been assaulted at McDonald’s.

April 30 – At 9:03 p.m., Pamela Tolliver reported having $300 either lost or stolen.

May 1 – At 5:57 p.m., James Works, Pike Street, reported that someone shot a BB through his storm door.

May 1 – At 8 p.m., Rick Chasteen reported that three juveniles were tearing up the t-ball field. It had been raining and the field was muddy. The juveniles were kicking a ball.

May 1 – At 11:07 p.m., Roger Thomas reported that he witnessed a vehicle pull up the impound lot where a vehicle was being stored that was involved in a DUI arrest. The individual jumped a 6-foot chain link fence and removed the license plate from the vehicle.

May 1 – At 8:59 p.m., a Millcrest Court woman reported that she was assaulted in her residence by an acquaintance. She said she told the man she wanted to go bowling and he did not want to go. He allegedly starting calling her names and then struck her.

May 2 – At 12:50 a.m., a report was made by a woman who said she had been assaulted by an individual who was the uncle of a person she was talking to.

May 2 – At 2:46 p.m., police investigated a report of domestic violence on Cherokee Drive.

May 5 – At 3 p.m., Danny Copes of the Housing Authority reported that a fence on Cherokee Drive had been cut with a chain saw.

May 4 – At 8:02 a.m, Mary Nickerson, Main Street, reported that her home was flooded.

May 5 – At 7:56 a.m., Allen Fryman, animal control officer, reported that a dog had been taken into custody because it tried to bite someone. Fryman suspected the animal was loose because of the flood.

May 5 – At 10:30 a.m., Barbra Fryman of Bridge Street BP, reported a drive-off owing $29.59 in gasoline.

May 5 – At 6 p.m., police were called on a death investigation.

May 5 – At 9:52 p.m., a report was made regarding a 14-year-old girl leaving home with a 25-year-old man without her parents’ permission. The girl was supposed to go to school. However, she allegedly went to Lexington with the man.

May 6 – At 3 p.m., Kay Withers reported that a fence at the Church of the Advent on Walnut Street had been damaged. It appeared that someone backed into the fence and broke some of the concrete.

May 6 – At 3:45 p.m., a Cherokee Drive woman reported that she is being harassed by a juvenile as he gets off the school bus.

May 7 – At 9:40 a.m., Estel Vaughn, owner of Cynthiana Discount Jewelry and Pawn reported that four weapons were taken in on pawn and then were sold back in 2008. He said he cannot locate the paperwork on the weapons and that the registrations never made it to the ATF.

May 7 – At 1:44 p.m., Randy Northcutt of the Recycling Center reported that an individual was trying to sell his grill for scrap. The man told Northcutt he found the grill on the river bank after the flood.

May 7 – At 3:50 p.m., a report was made from First Stop of a drive-off without paying for $30 worth of gasoline.

May 9 – At 10:23 p.m., Cindy Perkins, Pleasant Street, reported that while she was moving from her Pearl Street residence she notice that a window air conditioning unit was missing from the residence.

May 9 – At 1:38 p.m., police were called to Fourth Street on a domestic disturbance. Police arrested both parties, Matthew Haley and Brittany Thomas, charging them with fourth degree assault.

May 9 – At 3:36 p.m., Virginia Wasson reported that her vehicle was parked on Church Street and when she went to get in she noticed a man shutting the passenger door and walking away. Wasson’s wallet was missing from the vehicle. She approached the man and he returned the wallet to her. However, when she went to the grocery, she realized that $50 was missing from the wallet. The suspect is a resident of Shady Lawn.

May 10 – At 9:08 a.m., Sheila Rumsford of Thrift Food Mart, reported that someone tried to gain entry into a Pepsi machine.

May 10 – At 11:27 a.m., Chris Hurst, Delta Court, reported that someone took $240 worth of fishing poles from his front porch.

May 10 – At 4:04 p.m., police took a report of possible elder abuse.

May 11 – At 9:30 a.m., Terry Herrington reported that someone climbed onto the roof of 210 S. Church Street (LeBus Storage) and broke out eight sky lights, causing about $6,000 in damages.

May 11 – At 2:30 a.m., Christopher Roseberry, Webster Avenue, reported that someone entered his home while he was away. He told police there appeared to be nothing missing.

May 11 – At 3 p.m.,  Brian Robertson, Ashbrook Court, reported that a 4/10 shotgun was missing from his home.