Commonwealth Journal

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March 19, 2008


Local News

Information published in the arrest log is printed as it is submitted by the Somerset Police and Pulaski County Sheriff’s departments. The Commonwealth Journal is not responsible for any omissions or errors.

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Feb. 29

William E. Brown, North Starview Drive, Somerset, burglary 2nd, theft by unlawful taking over $300

Charles David Jones, Hacker Road, Somerset, trafficking in marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia

Roger Harris, North Hwy. 2227, Somerset, failure to appear on traffic

Carl T. Crider, Corbin, Ky., DUI

Luse Castledela, no address given, alcohol intoxication

Alicia L. Shelton, Meadow Springs, Somerset, DUI

Jessica Kay Johnson, Mt. Vernon, Ky., burglary 1st, theft by unlawful taking (firearm), persistent felony offender 2nd

March 1

Scott O. Wall, Roberts Bcott O. Wall, Roberts Bend Road, Burnside, theft by unlawful taking

Etsie L. Mounce, East Mt. Vernon Street, Somerset, execution of bench warrant - failure to appear

Christopher D. Davis, Crab Orchard, Ky., failure to appear

James C. Broussard, Grande Avenue, Somerset, failure to appear, theft by deception, flagrant non-support

Samuel Vaughn, Hail Knob Road, Somerset, escape 2nd degree

Mychael Edwards, Stanford, Ky., operating motor vehicle under the influence, possession of open alcoholic beverage container in motor vehicle

Calvin E. Bell, Monticello, Ky., operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, reckless driving, resisting arrest

Alicia Shelton, Poplar Estates Road, Somerset, violation of Ky. EPO/DVO

Jeremy Reynolds, Breezy Hills, Somerset, burglary 2nd

Joshua A. Bolin, Circle Drive, Tateville, burglary 2nd

Joseph A. Koger, White Oak, Bronston, alcohol intoxication

Rebecca S. Sanders, New Albany, Ind., flagrant non-support

Robin Bingham, Tanglewood Drive, Burnside, public intoxication

March 2

Angela Greshaw, West Hwy. 80, Somerset, 3 counts theft by deception under $300

Inga K. Konrad, Hacker Road, Somerset, operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs

Michael D. Nevels, Aderholt Road, Bronston, leaving the scene of an accident, wanton endangerment 2nd, driving on DUI suspended license 1st, DUI 2nd, violation of Ky. EPO, trafficking in a controlled substance 3rd, resisting arrest

Mary K. Lamb, Lexington, Ky., public intoxication

Steven T. Gleason, Grande Avenue, Somerset, DUI

Jody L. Williams, Norwood Road, Somerset, DUI

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