UPDATE: KSP – Death Investigation

Marshall  Alley

Marshall Alley

(Original Story)

Detectives from Post 11 are investigating the discovery of a body that was found on Sunday, May 11, 2014 at approximately 7:23 PM near a creek bank in Wayne County.

The body was taken to the State Medical Examiner’s Office where an autopsy is scheduled. Preliminary cause of death and identification of the deceased are expected later.

** UPDATE**

The Wayne County Coroner’s Office, in conjunction with the Kentucky State Medical Examiner has identified the remains as Marshall K. Alley, 69, of Monticello, KY. Marshall had been missing since February 21, 2014.

The preliminary cause of death is pending further investigation.

The investigation is continuing by KSP Detective John Barnett.

KSP To Participate in Magpul Top Cop Challenge

KSP

KSP

WHAT: Magpul Top Cop Challenge

WHO: Police Officers from eight regional jurisdictions will compete in Kentucky Speedway’s second Magpul Top Cop Challenge in NASCAR Racing Experience stock cars. Officers representing the City of Cincinnati; Butler Co., Ohio; Hamilton Co., Ohio; City of Newport, Ky.; City of Lexington, Ky.; Gallatin Co., Ky.; Oldham Co., Ky. and the Kentucky State Police will participate in a two-officer team competition that will ultimately determine three officers who will have the chance to become Magpul Top Cop.

WHEN: Thursday, May 15, 9:30 a.m.

9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Arrival and drawing

10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Safety instruction by NASCAR Racing Experience professionals (mandatory)

10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. First round (team competition) timed laps

Madison Co. Fiscal Court (Berea) 5/13/2014

Berea Police Report May 13, 2014

WANTED

WANTED


WANTED: We need help identifying this person who was involved in a theft. If you have any information about this person please contact Officer Adam Short at 859-986-8456.

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Public Intoxication Arrest: On 05/06/2014 Officers were called to Richmond Road in reference to a reckless driver complaint. Officers located the vehicle at Midway Grocery and located a subject staggering in the parking lot. The subject had slurred speech and stated that he had taken Suboxone.

Officers arrested 30 year old Jeffery Anglin of Berea Ky and charged him with Public Intoxication.

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


DUI Arrest: On 05/10/2014 a traffic stop was conducted on Richmond Road for a speeding violation. The Officer noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle and the driver stated that he had been drinking.

Officers arrested 33 year old Michael Bingham of Berea Ky and charged him

FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS FOR WEEK ENDING MAY 9, 2014

Food Service Inspector

Food Service Inspector

REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
Aramark Einsteins, EKU – Moore Bldg., Richmond 100%
Bluegrass Stockyard Restaurant, 349 K St., Richmond 98%
Buffalo Wild Wings #250, 2139 Lantern Ridge Dr., Ste. 100, Richmond 95%
The Bull at Boone’s Trace, 175 Gleneagle Blvd., Richmond 97%
(click read more for more food inspections)

Richmond Police Report May 13, 2014

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


False Reporting: On 05/12/2014, police charged Casey J. McKiddy (male), age 25, Moran Summit Road, for falsely reporting that he was assaulted.

On 04/18/2014, McKiddy reported to police that he had been strangled and threatened by an acquaintance while in a vehicle on Lexington Road and indicated that he needed a police report so he could file charges against the alleged assailant.

During the course of the follow-up investigation and interview of the alleged assailant, it was determined that no assault or threat had occurred and that

Taylor Unopposed in May 20th Democrat Primary for State Representative

Joey Taylor

Joey Taylor

Joey Taylor filed his official paperwork to run in the newly redrawn 89th District State House seat on November 7th 2013. When the filing deadline came to a close on January 28th no other Democrat candidates had filed to run in the new district which covers most of Southern Madison County, therefore Taylor automatically became the Democrat nominee.

Here in Kentucky when a candidate is unopposed in the Primary election their name will not appear on the ballot until the General Election in November. Taylor credits being unopposed to a lot of hard work early on, Taylor stated: “As soon as House Bill 1 was signed into law by Governor Beshear I immediately went to work.” “I got in touch with the Madison County Democrat Party and

Living with Alzheimer’s: For Caregivers – Late Stages

Alzheimers Disease

Alzheimers Disease

In the late stage of Alzheimer’s disease, care giving typically involves new ways of connecting and interacting with the person with the disease. Join us and hear from professionals about resources, monitoring care and providing meaningful connection for the person with late stage Alzheimer’s and their families.

This program will take place at the Lexington Public Library, Tates Creek Branch located at 3628 Walden Drive from 2pm-4:30pm on

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Abbie Woodie from Berea Community High School

Abbie Woodie from Berea Community High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third

Honor Guard Places Wreath on Fallen Officer’s Grave

BPD Honor Guard

BPD Honor Guard

The Berea Police Department Honor Guard placed a wreath at the grave of Town Marshal John Collins to commemorate National Police Week. Collins was killed in the line of duty on August 23, 1914

Chihuahua Found

Chihuahua

Chihuahua

Found a Chihuahua on May 12th in Eagles Landing Subdivision. Please contact me at the following number with a description. 859-986-3930

Senator McConnell to Testify before Senate Drug Caucus Regarding Kentucky’s Heroin Epidemic

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell will testify at a hearing before the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control on heroin and prescription drug abuse on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. According to Chairman Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Co-Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) the hearing “will explore prescription drug abuse and the role it plays in the increased use of heroin in the United States, as well as how the federal government can help reduce opioid abuse.” This hearing was originally scheduled for March 26th but was postponed due to Senate votes.

On March 7, 2014, Senator McConnell held a listening session in Florence, Kentucky to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing prevention,

Richmond Police Report May 12, 2014

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Meth Related Charges: On 05/11/2014, police charged John E. Ray, age 36, McKee, KY, Kenneth K. Neeley, age 53, McKee, KY, and Vickie L. Gibson, age 39, Tina, KY, for Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine Precursors after responding to a complaint of suspicious activity.

At approximately 1:29 A.M., officers responded to Lantern Ridge Drive in the Richmond Centre to investigate a report of suspicious activity. Upon arrival, officers encountered the aforementioned three suspects. An RPD K-9 alerted on the vehicle the three were occupying, indicating the presence of an odor of controlled substances. A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed two boxes of pseudoephedrine, lithium batteries, and aluminum foil, all items that are commonly used in the production of methamphetamine. In addition, a glass pipe was found in the vehicle and a small amount of marijuana was found on Neeley’s person.

All three were lodged in the MCDC.
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KSP – Death Investigation

Death Investigation

Death Investigation

Detectives from Post 11 are investigating the discovery of a body that was found on Sunday, May 11, 2014 at approximately 7:23 PM near a creek bank in Wayne County.

The body was taken to the State Medical Examiner’s Office where an autopsy is scheduled. Preliminary cause of death and identification of the deceased are expected later.

KSP Detective John Barnett is in charge of the investigation.

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that a town in upstate New York did not violate the First Amendment by beginning town board meetings with prayer. I applaud the Court’s decision.

Our nation has a long, vibrant history of incorporating prayer into its legislative proceedings. We start each day in the U.S. Senate with a prayer — and that’s a good thing. It’s important for senators to be reminded of the nobility of their work and to seek the guidance of the Almighty.

In Congress, lawmakers have started their proceedings with a prayer since America’s earliest days. Legislators in both the House and Senate of the Kentucky General Assembly also begin their daily proceedings with prayer, as

KSP – Drug Arrest and Investigation

ARRESTED

ARRESTED

On Saturday, May 10, 2014 at approximately 10:50 PM, KSP Sergeant Steve Walker stopped a 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo for a minor traffic violation on Arthur Ridge Road in Laurel County.

SGT Walker determined that the driver Mary K. Lucas, 44, of East Bernstadt was under the influence and was arrested. During the course of the investigation, approximately 38 grams of methamphetamine were located with

Stay in the Game Media Campaign

Cory Mowery from Berea Community High School

Cory Mowery from Berea Community High School

Madison County Youth in Action is pleased to announce the kick-off of this year’s “Stay in the Game” media campaign to reduce underage drinking. The 2014 campaign coincides with prom and graduation season, a time when celebrations can turn dangerous for underage drinkers. Statistically, one-third

STOP Signs Being Placed in Dixie Park

STOP

STOP

Beginning on Monday May 12th the City of Berea will be placing temporary 4 way stop signs at the Intersection of North Powell Street & Brown Street, and also Brown Street & Kenway Avenue these streets are located in the Dixie Park area. This construction should start about 9:00 A.M. that morning and should be completed by noon.

These Stop signs are designed to slow down traffic in these areas from numerous complaints we have received due to excessive speeds.

The placement of these signs will be contingent on weather conditions for that Monday morning. During the next couple of weeks we will have police officers in that area observing the traffic and to make sure that everyone obeys the

Obituaries May 4-11, 2014

Juanita Jones

Juanita Jones


Juanita Jones

Juanita Jones age 69, wife of Robert F. Jones, died Thursday May 8, 2014 at the St Joseph Berea Hospital. Juanita was a former employee of Lighthouse Candle Factory and member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Berea. Juanita was born in Perry County to the late James and Judy Combs, and she was preceded in death by an infant son James Davis Jones.

Juanita is survived by her children: Blaine Jones, Jennifer (Glenn) Farley, Regina McDaniels-Brock, and Kevin (Melissa) Jones all of Berea, her siblings Cassie Compton, Helen Polly, Betty J. Anglin, Jimmy Faye Sizemore, Bobbie Jean Spears, Jacqueline Tucker, Tommy Combs, and Judy Gail Combs, she

National Women’s Health Week

NWHW

NWHW

May 11-17, 2014

It is National Women’s Health week and the Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky is working to educate communities throughout Kentucky about the importance of Folic Acid. It is important that EVERY woman of childbearing age have 400mcg of Folic Acid daily. Be healthy and make sure you are taking your folic acid!

Folic Acid is…
 A type of “water soluble” B-Vitamin required by the body for several functions including the growth, production, and repair of cells in your body.
 The natural form of Folic Acid is Folate and it can be found in fruits and

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