Richmond Police Report Dec. 22, 2014

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Fraud Charges: On 12/16/2014, police charged David Kilgore, age 40, High Street, in connection with the fraudulent use of a credit card.

On 12/16/2014, the manager of Superior Sign Source, 1065 Berea Road, reported that in August 2014, Kilgore utilized a credit card number belonging to another party to purchase $1106.64 worth of signs and materials from the business. The business discovered the fraudulent use when the charges were reversed, resulting in the report to police. The credit card owner was contacted and confirmed that his card number had been gained by

McConnell Announces Staff Promotions for his Washington, D.C. Office

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell announced today that he has promoted several staffers in his Washington, D.C. (personal) office.

Senator McConnell named Jennifer Kuskowski as his next Legislative Director. Jen previously served as Legislative Assistant handling health care, tax and budget issues. Jen will continue to manage these issues, and in this new role will now oversee all legislative matters and help manage legislative staff. She will continue to communicate daily with Kentuckians and meet with them while in the Commonwealth.

“Jen has worked closely with my constituents and Kentucky business and health care leaders over the years to ensure their voices are heard in the

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Obituaries Dec. 14 – 21, 2014

Anthony L. Martin

Anthony L. Martin


Anthony L. Martin

Anthony L. Martin 38 of Richmond, KY went to his eternal home on Wednesday November 26, 2014. Anthony was born January 2, 1976 to Brenda (James) Clay and Michael Mayfield. Anthony accepted Christ at an early age. After acquiring his high school education, Anthony joined the Marines.
There he became a Corporal and proudly protected and served our country.

Anthony was preceded in death by the following: a brother, Michael Joshua Mayfield; aunt, Nicole Mayfield; grandparents, William Crutcher, Ella Martin and step grandparent, Joretta Crutcher.

Anthony leaves to cherish his memories his parents; Brenda (James) Clay and Michael Mayfield; a daughter Antonio Martin; a son, Kayne Martin; two brothers, Shawn Martin and Mike Mayfield; sisters, Angela Dawson and

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WANTED By Richmond Police

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WANTED

WANTED: Do you know the name of this female Shoplifter from Khol’s On 11/30/2014 around 3:59 pm this subject grabbed items and ran out of Kohls to awaiting getaway vehicle. If you know her name call us at 859 623-1162.
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Berea Police Report Dec. 19, 2014

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ARRESTED

Burglary Arrests: On 12/18/2014 Officers were called to the Holiday Motel in reference to subjects refusing to leave one of the rooms. When they arrived to speak with the subjects they located several objects in the room including DVD’s, tools, and collectibles. The subjects were questioned about the property and eventually admitted that they entered a nearby storage unit and

KSP Appoints New Post 7 Commander

Captain Jeremy Slinker

Captain Jeremy Slinker

The Kentucky State Police Post 7, located in Richmond, KY, is under the command of Captain Jeremy Slinker.

Capt. Slinker received his KSP commission in November of 1995 and was appointed as the Post 7 commander on December 16, 2014. Capt. Slinker is a resident of Richmond, KY and most recently served as the Commander of the Cannabis Suppression Branch. Capt.

Slinker began his career as a Trooper assigned to the Richmond Post, where he worked before transferring to Special Operations.

Capt. Slinker previously served a Trooper and Sergeant on KSP’s Special Response Team, as well as a Lieutenant at the Special Operations Branch,

KSP Collects 116 Tons of Food During Food Drive

Cram the Cruiser

Cram the Cruiser

Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer announced Thursday that the agency’s ‘Cram the Cruiser’ food drive netted 232,011 pounds (116 tons) of food statewide

Brewer initiated the program in 2010 to assist needy families in the local post and region areas. Since that time, the agency has contributed more than 500,000 pounds of food to shelters, food banks and churches across the

Its Christmas Time in KY

Its Christmas Time in KY

Ron Owens to Create Recycled License Plate Birdhouses at KY Artisan Center

Recycled license plate birdhouses by Ron Owens.

Recycled license plate birdhouses by Ron Owens.

On Saturday, Dec. 27, Ron Owens, of Mount Vernon, will demonstrate how he creates birdhouses using recycled wood and license plates from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.

A native of Rockcastle County, Owens is a self-taught artisan who has worked with willow and recycled materials for over 20 years. He creates a line of furniture and baskets in an old restored 50- year-old barn and collects and harvests willow trees from local areas. Owens cuts willow branches year round in order to work with it while it is fresh and pliable. His durable willow baskets, also available at the center, are made in a variety of shapes and sizes and

KSP Investigates Fatal Collision

Fatal Accident

Fatal Accident

The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is investigating a fatal collision that happened just before 7:00 a.m., on Tuesday, December 16th in Jackson County.

The initial investigation indicates that Franklin L. Sizemore, 29 years old of Tyner, KY was traveling east on KY HWY-30 in a Silver Buick passenger car. Jerry McQueen, 46 years old of Annville, was traveling west on KY HWY 30 in a Chevrolet Truck, hauling a livestock trailer. The two vehicles collided head-on near the Laurel County line in Jackson County, killing both Franklin L. Sizemore and Jerry McQueen. They were pronounced deceased at the scene by the Jackson County Coroner. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the collision, and

Richmond Raceway’s 28th Annual Sunoco Race Fuels “Butterball” Memorial

Richmond Raceway

Richmond Raceway

Richmond Raceway’s 28th Annual Sunoco Race Fuels Paul “Butterball” Wooldridge Memorial Set for Saturday July 18, 2015

-Event Will Be Sanctioned by the Southern Nationals Bonus Series-

Richmond, KY- December 17, 2014- Richmond Raceway promoters Larry, Chad, and Sarah Yantz are pleased to announce the date for the 28th Annual Sunoco Race Fuels Paul “Butterball” Wooldridge Memorial event for 2015 at

‘Tis The Season We Give the Gift of Prosperity to Kentucky

Marie Rader

Marie Rader

As the song goes, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” The Christmas season always evokes a spirit of thankfulness and giving, when families come together to celebrate the reason for the season. And the New Year’s holiday is often a time to start with a slate clean, hopefulness toward starting something new like giving up smoking or losing weight.

In this holiday season for the Commonwealth we can be thankful in some ways, but in others we are hoping for a new start. Come January, Kentuckians will look to the State Capitol with eagerness for the General Assembly to take the actions necessary to improve our economy and raise the quality of life for our

Year-End Accomplishments & Looking Ahead to the New Congress

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

Last month, the people of Kentucky elected me to be their Senator for the next six years and in the process helped me become Senate Majority Leader. I am deeply honored and humbled by the faith the voters have placed in me.

The message from the electorate in Kentucky and nationwide could not have been more clear: the public wants a change in direction and expects things to get done in Washington. I am pleased to report that just in the past several weeks, I have been able to fight for and secure a number of positive

KYTC Minute – December 18, 2014

WANTED By Richmond Police

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WANTED

The Richmond Police Department needs your help in identifying these two subjects. On 12/16/2014 these suspects Shoplifted from Walmart. If you know the names of these two call Officer Ottis at 859 623-1162.

WANTED By Berea Police

WANTED

WANTED

The Berea Police Department needs your help in identifying these two subjects who were involved in a theft at Save A Lot. If you have any information about these two please contact us at 859-986-8456.

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