Richmond Police Report June 24, 2013

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Robbery/Unlawful Imprisonment: On 06/20/2013, police charged Nina M. Shaw, age 21, Grayson, KY, and Curtis Jarrell, age 22, N. Keeneland Drive, for unlawful imprisonment in connection with holding a woman against her will in an apartment.

At approximately 9:30 A.M., officers were dispatched to an apartment in the 400 block of N. Keeneland Drive to investigate a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers could hear a woman inside the apartment screaming. When the officers were not able to get anyone to open the door in response to their knocks, they forced entry into the residence and encountered Shaw and Jarrell who did not initially comply with the officers orders. They were detained and officers learned that Shaw was holding another female in the residence against her will and had forcefully taken the victim’s cellular telephone away so that the victim could not call help. The victim reported that she heard the officers knocking at the door but that Shaw and Jarrell prevented her from answering the door.

Shaw and Jarrell was both charged for Unlawful Imprisonment 1st Degree. In addition, Shaw was charged for Robbery 1st Degree and Resisting Arrest. Both were lodged in the MCDC.

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Drug Charges: On 06/23/2013, police charged Noel Timothy Malicote, age 41, Gregory Street, Berea, for several drug offenses following his arrest on outstanding warrants.

At approximately 11:39 P.M., and officer was dispatched to a residence on Rice Court to investigate a report that a wanted person, Malicote, was at the residence. Upon arrival, the officer encountered Malicote outside of the residence and confirmed there existed two warrants for his arrest from the Madison Circuit Court for Failure to Appear and Failure to Pay Child Support.

Malicote was taken into custody and a search of his person produced 19 hydrocodone pills and 31 Gabapentin pills. In addition to the warrant charges, Malicote was charged for Possession of a Controlled Substance 2nd degree and Illegal Possession of a Legend Drug. He was lodged in the MCDC.

WANTED

WANTED


WANTED: On 06/17/2013 this subject picked up a pair of keys belonging to another customer at McDonalds on lexington Rd. Do you know his name. If you do call Ptl. Gary Shaffer at 859 623-1162.

Theft of Bicycle

Theft of Bicycle


Theft of Bicycle: On 06/20/2013, a resident in the 200 block of Bruce Court reported that an unknown make blue, 26” bicycle with orange and red flames had been stolen from outside the residence sometime prior to 06/20/2013. The bicycle had a blue seat with yellow stripes. Estimated loss: $300.00

Theft: On 06/19/2013, a Michigan resident reported that he had inadvertently left his iPad 2 in a black case in the lobby area of Hampton Inn on the morning of 06/06/2013 and departed the motel. Upon realizing his error and returning to the motel, the iPad was gone. Estimated loss: $660.00

Burglary of Residence: On 06/20/2013, a resident in the 300 block of Gibson Drive reported that her apartment had been broken into during the past day and a pink Apple MacBook computer was stolen. Entry was gained by breaking a bedroom window. Estimated loss: $1200.00

Theft: On 06/20/2013, a resident in the 100 block of Primrose Circle reported that a utility trailer had been stolen from the side of his residence during the afternoon hours. The stolen item was described as a black metal 6’x12’ utility trailer with a wooden bed, dual axle, with three white wheels and one beige wheel. Estimated loss: $1000.00

Burglary: On 06/21/2013, a neighbor noticed that the Light of Christ Ministries building on N. Poplar Street had been broken into and notified police. Upon arrival, officers found that entry had been gained by breaking a side window. No intruders were found in or near the premises. A representative was summoned to the scene and reported that the unlawful entry occurred sometime during the past day and the following items were stolen: a Haier 5000 BTU air conditioner and approximately $35.00 in cash. Estimated loss: $125.00

Burglary of Business: On 06/22/2013, at approximately 4:53 A.M., officers responded to a possible burglary in progress at ERA Professional Hometown Services, Atwood Drive. Upon arrival, officers found that the front door window had been knocked out of the frame by a large stone. Officers found no suspects in or near the building.

A representative was summoned to the scene and reported that the only items missing were a Canon Sureshot digital camera in a black bag and approximately $10.00 in loose change. Estimated loss: $210.00

Officers also discovered that the front door glass of the adjoining suite, Richmond Car and Truck Center, had also been broken out with a stone that was left inside the building. However, nothing was found missing from the business.

Theft from Residence: On 06/22/2013, a resident in the 100 block of E. Walnut Street reported that several items of jewelry had been stolen from her residence during the mid-afternoon hours. The victim reported that several visitors were inside the residence during the time that the theft occurred. The following items were reported missing: a sterling silver ring with a turquoise setting; a silver mother’s ring engraved with “I love you”; a plain silver band; a silver mood ring; and a gold flower shaped ring. Estimated loss: $100.00

Theft from Vehicle: On 06/22/2013, a complainant reported that his vehicle had been broken into while it was parked in the CVS lot during the evening hours and two firearms were stolen. Entry was gained by breaking the rear window of the pickup truck and removing the firearms from a rack mounted inside the rear window. The stolen firearms were described as follows: a Ruger .22 caliber rifle, model 10-22, with a 9x scope; and a Bushmaster .223 caliber rifle with a fore grip and a 30-round magazine. Estimated loss: $1400.00

Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.

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