Commonwealth Journal

Local News

March 18, 2009

Recent Arrests

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.

March 5

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Christopher L. Brumley, bench warrant served for court

Timothy Neil Trabish, flagrant non-support

Jeffrey A. Middleton, warrant served for other police agency

Timothy J. Farmer, failure to appear

March 6

Somerset Police Department

Autumn C. Schoener, alcohol intoxication

Stacie T. Bolin, theft under $300 - shoplifting, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia

Amanda J. Taylor, speeding, operating on suspended license

Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department

Ricky Lee Bell, possession of stolen mail matter

Joe Garland, warrant served for other police agency

Kenneth R. Roberts, violation of conditions of release

Lola M. Dobbs, failure to appear

Jesse Junior Turner, public intoxication (controlled substance), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine precursor

Ricky Lee Bell, public intoxication (controlled substance), possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine precursor

Thomas W. Rodes, failure to appear

Jacob R. Dennison, criminal littering

Danny E. Gray, warrant served for other police agency

James Edward Housley, 2nd degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking

Kathryn M. Reese, unlawful transaction with a minor

Steven Coy Thompson, 3rd degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking, criminal mischief, tampering with physical evidence

Brian Ramsey, 3rd degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking, criminal mischief, unlawful transaction with a minor, tampering with physical evidence

Ricky Lee Bell, trafficking in controlled substance

Lech Danek Yanicko, burglary, theft by unlawful taking

Sherry B. Sharp, criminal possession of forged instrument, fraudulent use of credit cards

March 7

Somerset Police Department

Daniel J. Hunsucker, Pulaski District warrant - failure to appear, Rockcastle District warrant - failure to appear, Rockcastle District warrant - theft under $300 - shoplifting

Jimmy Cummins, public intoxication, possession of controlled substance

Christopher D. Coleman, alcohol intoxication

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