Commonwealth Journal

Local News

January 8, 2009

Recent arrests

January 5



Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Steven Matthew Colley, fugitive from another state

Caleb Richardson, fugitive from another state

Cynthia Carol Stephens, flagrant nonsupport, probation violation, contempt of court

Scot W. Coomer, theft by deception under $300



January 6



Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Timothy Fred Davis, warrant served for other police agency

Timothy C. Anders, failure to appear

Jason Lee Dykes, failure to appear

Jason Lee Dykes, flagrant nonsupport

Timothy Fred Davis, contempt of court

Timothy Fred Davis, contempt of court

Jerry L. Holloway, warrant served for other police agency



January 7



Somerset Police Department

Brian J. Ramsey, burglary, theft over $300, theft - auto, arson



Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Jeremy S. Poore, failure to appear

Amanda R. Young, failure to appear, theft by deception under $300

Brian Ramsey, burglary 2nd degree, theft by unlawful taking, criminal mischief 2nd degree, possession of marijuana

Shawn Thomas Mills, receiving stolen property over $300, escape 2nd degree

Amy Meece, burglary 2nd degree, theft by unlawful taking

Amy Meece, failure to appear

Ruth D. Bowcock, contempt of court, theft by deception under $300

Brian Ramsey, 4 counts burglary 3rd degree, 4 counts theft by unlawful taking, criminal mischief 1st degree, tampering with physical evidence, criminal mischief 2nd degree

James Lee Cameron, operating on suspended/revoked license, trafficking in marijuana over 8 oz. 1st offense



January 8



Somerset Police Department

no arrests reported



Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Todd Michael Jones, trafficking in controlled substance 1st degree 1st offense, trafficking in controlled substance 2nd degree 1st offense, trafficking in marijuana less than 8 oz. 1st offense, trafficking in marijuana over 8 oz. 1st offense

Billy Adam Pence, theft by unlawful taking

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