Pulaski County Sheriff's Department
Joseph D. Mosely, Cheyenne Trail, Somerset, failure to appear
James C. Acey, Lair Street, Somerset, indictment - receiving stolen property over $300
Consuelo S. Sweeney, Incline Road, Burnside, failure to appear
Johnny Wooten, Prov-idence Road, Somerset, theft by unlawful taking
William Conley Barnes, Hwy. 1675, Somerset, flagrant non-support
Matthew W. Angel, East Mt. Vernon Street, Somerset, leaving the scene of an accident, operating on suspended license
Ronnie C. Hall, Puncheon Creek, Somerset, flagrant non-support
Aaron G. Caudill, Irvine Road, Science Hill, contempt
Ashley D. McGowan, Westgate Drive, Somerset, failure to appear
Darrell R. Thompson, Ky. 1676, Science Hill, improper registration plate, no insurance 1st offense, DUI 1st offense, operating on suspended/revoked license, theft of motor vehicle registration plate
Robert Thomas Lewis, Nicholas Road, Burnside, 2 counts failure to appear
Christopher D. Workman, Harveysburg, Ohio, DUI 1st offense
Noah Dick, Robertsport Road, Nancy, DUI, rear license not illuminated
Charles B. Griffis, Smith Hollow Road, Somerset, disorderly conduct
Matthew R. Malone, Watson Chapel Road, Pulaski, alcohol intoxication in public place, indecent exposure 2nd
Naomi Renee Jones, Hwy. 39, Somerset, 2 counts failure to appear
Kami R. McIntosh, Waddle Street, Ferguson, alcohol intoxication 1st offense
Jeremiah W. White, Waddle Street, Ferguson, public intoxication, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia 1st
Lamont J. Smith, Campbellsville, Ky., alcohol intoxication in public 1st offense
John Frankie Bubnick, Hwy. 1676, Science Hill, flagrant non-support, contempt
Zack Weddle, Liberty, Ky., possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana
Josh Aaron Wilson, Pond Meadow, Somerset, alcohol intoxication in public
Bethany Daniel, Middleburg, Ky., alcohol intoxication in public
Joshua B. Coggins, Dunnville, Ky., possession of drug paraphernalia 1st, possession of marijuana
Kyle Ray Garris, Fred Phelps Road, Faubush, alcohol intoxication in public, disorderly conduct
Joseph Rainwater, Katie’s Way, Somerset, alcohol intoxication
Joseph M. Daulton, Oakdale Drive, Somerset, alcohol intoxication in public place
Pulaski County Sheriff's Department
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City: There’s no ‘status quo’ on payroll tax
Despite what Pulaski County’s state senator termed a “freeze” on cities taking a share of the county’s occupational tax, the City of Somerset plans on keeping its options open.
First reading of 2014-15 budget is approved
Pulaski Fiscal Court yesterday passed the first reading of the proposed $29.87 million 2014-15 budget.
FTC probing state gas prices
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in cooperation with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, has agreed to review allegations of possible gas-price gouging in Kentucky. Such a review would be welcomed in Pulaski County where complaints about high gas prices have been rampant for years.
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The Liberty Nature Center, formerly the Southwestern High School Raptor Rehabilitation Center, may have some new digs, but the opportunities for young kids to get up close and personal to nature still abound.
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A northern Pulaski County man was indicted this month for child abuse.
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