Commonwealth Journal

Local News

October 20, 2008

Arrests

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.



Somerset Police Department



August 11

Patricia S. Gibson, assault 4th - domestic, resisting arrest

Michael J. Mayfield, Pulaski Family Court warrant - failure to appear



August 12

Larry R. Phillippi, Pulaski Circuit indictment - criminal possession of forged instrument

Joshua D. Barron, Pulaski Family Court warrant - failure to appear

Charles J. Wilson, failure to wear seat belts, operating on suspended license



August 13

Antoine Cowan, Pulaski District warrant - 2 counts failure to appear

Jason Ritter, Pulaski District warrant - failure to appear



August 14

Donnie L. Phelps, alcohol intoxication

Jerry A. Fitzpatrick, alcohol intoxication

Steven Wright II, burglary, possession of controlled substance

Steven Wright, burglary

Jessica Diskey, theft over $300 - shoplifting

Gladys Onken, assault - domestic

Stacy Johnson, operating on suspended license

Michael Whitson, DUI

Dana Carter, Pulaski District warrant - failure to appear



August 15

Brandon J. Bradley, trafficking in marijuana, trafficking in controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia

Daniel Carlson, possession of controlled substance

Randall Wallace, Pulaski District warrant - failure to appear

Cameron Catron, alcohol intoxication, terroristic threatening



August 16

Heather Huycke, Pulaski Family Court warrant - 2 counts failure to appear



August 17

Scott C. Spears, DUI

Laura D. Sidwell, possession controlled substance, prescription controlled substance not in proper container

Matthew K. Sidwell, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia

Nathan A. Poff, receiving stolen property

Edward N. Robbins, DUI



August 18

Thersa Kidd, theft under $300 - shoplifting

Michael D. Kidd, theft under $300 - shoplifting

Daphanie Lyons, theft under $300 - shoplifting

David A. Kingsley, robbery



August 19

Kimberly Clemons, Pulaski District warrant - 4 counts criminal possession of forged instrument

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