6-21Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Rison was dispatched to an overturned vehicle on Turpin Ridge Road. No one was in the vehicle, and no one was around. Whoever was driving it had fled the scene. The vehicle, which had been overturned and destroyed, was towed away by Baber’s towing. Later, Roger Lovin, of 100 Coral Avenue, reported that his vehicle had been stolen from his sister’s residence on Tipton Ridge Road. According to the police report, he had left the key in it. The wrecked vehicle was identified as that belonging to Lovin.
6-23 Dustin Arvin, of 3965 Crooked Creek, reported that three checks were stolen and forged on his account. One was cashed at US Bank for $225, one at Stop n’ Shop for $165, and another for Stop and Shop for $165. The checks were made out to Cody Berryman, and signed by Dustin Young, who later stated that it was not his signature. He said he contacted Berryman who told him he had stolen the checks and forged his name on them, When Sheriff’s Deputy Russell “Doc” Morris, contacted Berryman, he stated that he had stolen the checks and forged his name on them, according to the police report. Morris stated that Berryman was apologetic.
Irvine Police Department
6-19 Melinda Powell, 30, of 1280 Rice Station Road, was arrested on an Estill County District Court bench warrant for failure to appear in court for driving without a license/negligence in accident. Irvine Police Officer John Sturniolo made the arrest.
6-22 Saundra J. Eversole, 43, of 614 Broadway, was served a bench warrant from Estill District Court for failure to appear in for arraignment on several traffic violations and DUI.
6-23 Jackie D. Horn, 47, of 116 Oak Street, was arrested for alcohol intoxication, first, by Irvine Police Officer Adrian McKinney. According to the police report, Horn had been in an argument earlier, and when McKinney arrived on the scene, Horn was passed out on the front porch. Ravenna Police Chief Ken White had to shake him five times to wake him. He could not remember the day of the week. He thought it was Friday. Numerous empty containers were seen on the porch around him.
6-23 Jonas Townsend, 40, homeless, was arrested after Irvine Police Chief Brad Smith received a report of stolen copper from Hood Avenue. Smith located the stolen copper at Cox Recycling. Townsend had sold it for $21, He was present the day before, with access to the copper. The police report said Townsend had also failed to appear several times in the past after arrests were made. After he served two warrants, Smith asked Townsend if he had any contraband, and Townsend turned over a knife and said that was it, that he had no contraband. Once at the jail, however, a further search revealed a pack of cigarettes and lighter down the front of his pants.
6-24 Robert Raymond Miller, 56, of 1825 Cow Creek Road, Ravenna, was arrested while Irvine Police Chief Brad Smith was on routine patrol and had received an attempt to locate an older Chevy pickup, which was being driven erratically. Smith found the vehicle on River Drive, driving side to side. After Smith turned on his cruiser lights, Miller slowed the vehicle, driving past the stop line at a red light. Miller’s speech was slow, and he had trouble handing over his license, according to the police report, which stated that he struck the window several times. Miller had very pinpointed pupils and HGN. He conducted 10 steps on the walk and turn, failed to count and failed to put feet heel to toe. After a brief attempt at a one-legged stand, Smith stopped to prevent Miller from falling. Dispatch received at least four calls from citizens pertaining to Miller’s vehicle description. He did strike another car in the rear, just prior to stopping.
6-25 Derrick Napier, 38, of 525 Cantrill Street, was arrested after he was located in front of 283 Broadway on a sidewalk after dispatch put out an alert about a man falling down in the middle of Broadway. Napier was found smelling strongly of alcohol, and he was unsteady on his feet. He had slurred speech considered a danger to himself. He stated that he had consumed two bourbon and cokes and had taken butalbital. He also resisted being handcuffed, and another officer had to assist with cuffing him, according to the report.
6-25 Mike Murphy, 40, of 158 Eades Drive, was served two bench warrants from Estill County District Court by IPD Officer John Sturniolo for failure to appear for underlying traffic violation charges and terroristic threatening, third degree.
6-26 Terri N. Noe, 36, of 400 4 Garden City Drive, Richmond, was served a Madison County District Court bench warrant by IPD Officer Karl Rifenbark. The warrant stated that Noe failed to pay fines for illegal possession of legend drug and failed to notify of address changes to Department of Transportation.
6-27 James Whitaker, 58, of 1275 Driftwood Drive, Irvine, was seen driving south on Main Street and crossing double yellow lines. Whitaker told IPD Officer John Sturniolo that he had drank about five beers. He failed field sobriety tests. Implied consent warning was read at the jail, and Whitaker declined to contact an attorney. A breath test was requested, which read .089.