Lexington woman crashes into Long John Silvers
Corie Savage, 23, of Lexington crashed into Long John Silvers on Richmond Road early Sunday morning according to information from the Estill County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputy Randy Farthing arrested the woman and charged her with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The citation he prepared states that he made contact with her after the car accident and could smell alcoholic beverage on her person. He stated she was too unsteady on her feet to perform field sobriety tests. He transported her to Marcum & Wallace Memorial Hospital, received implied consent and had blood drawn to check alcohol levels in her blood.
She was lodged in the Estill County Jail where her bond was set at $500 cash.
Flynn charged with theft by unlawful taking
James Robert Flynn, 34, of Wells Lane, was arrested on an Estill District Court warrant charging him with theft by unlawful taking more than $1,000. Kentucky State Police Trooper J. Felder made the arrest.
The warrant states that Flynn received wire fencing and aluminum windows which belonged to Jimmy Stamper. Deputy Karl Rifenbark was the investigating officer and he stated on the warrant that items were found on Flynn’s property. Bail was set at $210.
Swango arrested for alleged tire slashing
Brian L. Swango, 36, of Clay City was arrested by Trooper Felder on a district court warrant charging him with wantonly damaging property that belonged to Leslie Scott.
The warrant states that Swango cut eight tires on two vehicles belonging to Scott. The estimated value is $1,000.
First degree criminal mischief is a Class D felony.
Bail was set at $1,000 and he was released when Ruby Brewer signed his surety bond.
Man jailed for striking his sister with a flashlight
Deputy Farthing was called to a house on Tipton Ridge on March 10 at 3:30 a.m. to investigate a report of a domestic disturbance.
He arrested Dewayne Hawkins, 35, and charged him with second degree intoxication, menacing and resisting arrest.
On the citation Farthing states that Hawkins struck his sister, Chasity Murphy, with a flashlight and was in the driveway of the home when the officer arrived.
While Farthing was talking to him Hawkins charged at him several times.
Bail was set at $7,500.
McIntosh accused of endangerment
Nathan McIntosh, 57, of N. Madison Avenue was arrested and charged with first degree wanton endangerment.
Irvine Division of Police Captain Adrian McKinney was called to the home of McIntosh’s sister, Joyce Ann Rawlins where she told him that while she was gone to take her grandson to school, McIntosh found her 22 caliber pistol that was in a dresser drawer. She told him that McIntosh loaded the gun and pointed it at her when she got home and told her he was going to kill all of them.
Rawlins told McKinney that she knocked the gun from his hand and he ran to his brother’s house on Evergreen Court and that is where the arrest was made.
Bail was set at $6,500 cash.