Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department
Glen M. Woodridge, Morgan Street, Somerset, 3 counts theft by deception under $300
Jessica D. Shepperd, Bradfordsville, Ky., flagrant non-support
Steven E. Wright II, Coleen Drive, Burnside, failure to appear
Roger D. Moore, Hwy. 80, Somerset, 2 counts failure to appear
Lisa Bol Meece, Somerset, failure to appear
Derk K. Howard, Cody Lane, Burnside, operating on suspended/revoked license, no registration plates
Steven Wright, Nixon Street, Ferguson, 3 counts theft by deception under $300, failure to appear
Steven R. Daulton, Tanglewood Drive, Burnside, possession of a firearm by convicted felon
Rhonda K. Wright, Roxy Lane, Eubank, alcohol intoxication
Ricky L. McMullin, Hendricks Road, Science Hill, DUI 1st
Shonda Lee Haynes, Harrison Hills, Somerset, failure to appear
Charles B. Griffis, Shasta Court, Science Hill, DUI 1st
Emily G. Abbott, White Oak Court, Somerset, contempt
Ha C. Scott, Beavercreek, Ohio, alcohol intoxication in public, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, assault 3rd on police officer
Klaus Kruger, Enchanted Drive, Somerset, assault 4th domestic violence
Lora H. Conley, Pearl Drive, Somerset, theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting under $300
Greg A. Spradlin, Shannon Lane, Somerset, operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs
Christopher C. Clough, Slagle Lane, Bronston, failure to appear
Scott Thomas Morrow, Jacksboro Road, Bronston, operating on DUI suspended license, DUI 3rd
Christopher R. Parmelee, Ryjon Lane, Somerset, DUI 2nd
Jason D. Moore, East Mount Vernon Street, Somerset, 2 counts contempt
Jessica D. Shepherd, Bradsford, Ky., failure to appear in Marion County
Thomas Anderson Hughes, Griffin Avenue, Somerset, 1st degree trafficking in controlled substance 1st offense
Anthony Slone, Walker Drive, Burnside, burglary 1st, theft by unlawful taking - firearm
Shirley M. McBride, Bourne Avenue, Somerset, contempt
Colby R. Poindexter, Monticello, Ky., 2 counts probation violation
James L. Coy, Doe Run, Nancy, failure to appear
Kathryn Compton Wood, Morgan Lane, Somerset, failure to appear
Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department
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