WANTED: Richmond and Lexington Police are looking for the name of this suspect who stole two credit cards from a gentleman at Telford YMCA on 8/11/2014 between the hours of 0815-0845. This suspect then spent $1,200 at Walmart in Richmond at 09:05 same date. Subject then used the cards at (more…)
Archive for the ‘Police & Fire Reports’ Category
On Saturday, August 23, 2014 at approximately 10:30 PM, the Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a carjacking at Emma’s Place Apartments in Laurel County.
The female driver was approached by a male subject brandishing a knife. After a brief struggle, he fled the scene with her cell phone and 2007 Kia vehicle.
The vehicle was later located by Corbin Police Department at a residence on Beatty Avenue. The suspect fled on foot and was lost in the area.
On Wednesday, August 27, 2014, Roger D. Ramey, Jr., 26, of Corbin, KY was arrested and charged with Robbery in the 1st Degree and Theft by (more…)
Drug Arrest: On 08/22/2014 an Officer observed 43 year old Floyd Neeley driving on Jefferson Street and knew that he had an active arrest warrant. A traffic stop was conducted and Neeley was placed under arrest.
Inside of his pants pocket Officers located Suboxone, and Hydrocodone was located inside of his vehicle. Officers charged Neeley with Possession of (more…)
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is investigating a death that happened at the Jessamine County Detention Center on Thursday, August 21, 2014.
Corey D. McQueary, 33 years old of Stanford, KY was found unresponsive by Deputies at the Jessamine County Detention Center at approximately 1:00 am, on August 21, 2014. He was taken to the Saint Joseph Hospital in Nicholasville where he was later pronounced deceased by the Jessamine County Coroner. An autopsy was performed on Thursday, August 21st, and the cause of death is under investigation.
(Click read more for further info) (more…)
(Video by WLEX Channel 18)
Drug Arrests: From 08/21/2014 through 08/23/2014 Officers made four arrests in Madison County stemming from drug investigations. Patrol Officers and Detectives made these arrests after indictment warrants had been issued for the offenders. The arrests are as follows…
(Click read more for more arrests) (more…)
Robbery Charge: On August 22, 2014, police charged Jeffery J. Robinson, age 44, Powderhorn Road, in connection with a reported robbery.
At approximately 10:03 P.M., a man approached an officer at the rear of the Richmond Police Department and reported that he had been robbed. The male was out of breath and sweating heavily. The male indicated that he was walking on Lexington Road when a minivan approached and a male passenger, later identified as Robinson, asked the (more…)
On August 23rd, during the early morning hours, a Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to the Pilot Knob Cemetery for a report of a male subject asleep in a vehicle.
According to Madison County Sheriff Mike Coyle, the deputy located Charles Holtz, 35 years old of Berea, sleeping in a vehicle. The deputy detected a strong chemical odor he recognized as being consistent with the manufacture (more…)
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post with the assistance of the Winchester Police Department, has made two arrests in a 2012 Clark County murder case.
Brandon Guy, 27 years old of Winchester, and Aaron Spencer, 24 years old of Winchester, were arrested on an indictment warrant on Monday, August 18, 2014, as a result of an investigation. They have been charged with Murder, Tampering with Physical Evidence, and Arson 1st Degree, and are lodged in the Clark County Detention Center.
The investigation began on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at 5:55 a.m. EDT, when the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post was contacted by the Clark County 911 Center concerning a fatal fire that occurred at 544 East Broadway Street. The initial investigation revealed that Kenneth Payton Jr., 50 years old of Winchester, allegedly died in a house (more…)
Burglary Arrests: On 08/14/2014 Officers were called to the 400 Block of Boone Street in reference to a Burglary. The victim reported that entry was made through the back door of her residence and several items were taken. She also gave a description of the two subjects she saw walking in the area of her residence when she arrived home. Several hours later Detectives located the two subjects walking near the wooded area off of Walnut Street. One of the subject admitted that they entered the home and took the items.
Officers arrested 31 year old Brandy Riney of Berea Ky and 49 year old Wesley (more…)
Burglary Arrest: On 08/14/2014, police charged Samuel T. Meeks, age 31, Thoroughbred Way, in connection with a break-in at a local business.
At approximately 7:00 A.M., the owner of Kelly’s Fruit Market, 466 Eastern Bypass, reported that the business had been unlawfully entered during the overnight hours. Upon arrival at the business, the owner discovered several grocery bags just outside the perimeter fence that contained groceries and a (more…)
Forgery/Identity Theft: On 08/13/2014, police charged Jimmy Roberts, age 56, W. Main Street, for several offenses related to fraud and identity theft.
At approximately 2:00 P.M., an officer stopped a vehicle being driven by Roberts on Lake Reba Drive for a traffic violation. Roberts claimed to have no identification and gave the name and social security number of another person. Upon checking the name of the person supplied by Roberts, the officer learned that his driver’s license was suspended and took Roberts into custody. The officer then recovered an identification card from Roberts’ wallet that contained Roberts’ photograph, but the name and personal identifiers of the other (more…)
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is investigating a fatal collision that happened just before 12:00 pm today in Mercer County.
The initial investigation has revealed that Misty Yeager, 39 years old of Williamsburg, KY was traveling west on Perryville Road (Highway 68) in a 2001 Hyundai Tiburon. Yeager lost control of her vehicle causing her to cross the centerline and collide with a 2004 Chevrolet truck. The passenger in the Hyundai, 11 year old Tristan Yeager, died at the scene as a result of his injuries from the collision. Misty Yeager was transported to Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the collision. The cause of the collision is still under investigation.
The ongoing investigation is being conducted by Trooper Jeff Stith. He was assisted at the scene by KSP Personnel, Mercer County Sheriff’s Office, Mercer county EMS, and the Mercer County Coroner.
Drug Arrest: On 08/13/2014, police charged two Detroit residents, Romone D. Logan, age 24, and Andrew P. Wilson, age 24, and a local resident, Danielle Adams, age 27, Fifth Street, for drug trafficking offenses.
At approximately 7:20 P.M., RPD Bike Patrol officers investigating complaints of drug trafficking activity in the 300 block of Fifth Street contacted Adams at her apartment. While speaking with Adams, officers observed Logan walk past and place a baggie of pills in his mouth in an attempt to destroy them. Officers detained Logan along with Wilson, who was also inside the residence.
A subsequent search of the residence produced 51 oxycodone pills, several thousand dollars in cash, a small quantity of marijuana, and numerous items of drug trafficking and use paraphernalia. Wilson was also found to have 1.5 Xanax pills on his person and was observed attempting to destroy other pills in his hands.
It was ultimately determined that Adams was hosting the two Detroit men and (more…)
Berea Police Residence Forms are available for those citizens of Berea who need the police to keep an eye on things while they are out of town.
During the last couple of weeks we have seen an increase in Home Burglaries in the City Limits, it almost all the cases home owners were on vacation, or out of town. we encourage you to let us know if you are going to be out of town. you can go to http://bereaky.gov/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/BPD-Residence-Watch-Form.pdf to obtain a form. you may also contact us by phone 986-8456 to request this action.
If anyone sees suspicious activity in your neighborhood we also encourage you to contact us. Thanks for your help, and we are doing what we can to stop the thefts and drug abuse in our community.