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November 9, 2007

Somerset man arrested on non-support charges

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The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department arrested a Somerset man Wednesday on two different charges on a Family Court warrant of arrest.

According to a press release from the sheriff’s department, Bobby L. Jones, 43, of 320 Fred Phelps Road, Somerset, was charged with failure to appear in Pulaski Family Court and flagrant non-support.

Jones allegedly did not appear in family court on April 4, 2007, and also allegedly failed to pay child support in the amount of $3,371.52.

Jones was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center.

Also arrested by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department were:

• Michael T. Hoffer Jr., 24, of 4360 W. Hwy. 80, Somerset, arrested on Wednesday, Nov. 7, and charged with probation violation

• Jason B. Calhoun, 29, of 218 Jasper Street, Somerset, arrested on Thursday, Nov. 8, and charged with probation violation

• Vanessa L. Poynter, 19, of 385 Mercer Lane, Eubank, arrested on Thursday, Nov. 8, and charged with probation violation

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department also arrested several people on Pulaski Circuit Court warrants of arrest on indictment.

Those people arrested were:

• Kendra R. Girdler, 39, of 20 White Oak Circle, Apt. A3, Somerset, arrested on Wednesday, Nov. 7, and charged with shoplifting over $300

• Amanda D. Keith, 27, of 4184 N. Hwy. 1247, Somerset, arrested on Wednesday, Nov. 7, and charged with second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance

• Kimberly L. Giagunto, 26, of 291 Simcoe Drive, Somerset, arrested on Sunday, Nov. 4, and charged with failure to report in order to receive benefits

• Jeremy E. McPheron, 36, of 2159 N. Hwy. 1247, Somerset, arrested on Saturday, Nov. 3, and charged with theft by unlawful taking over $300 (four counts), first-degree criminal mischief (four counts) and receiving stolen property over $300.

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