HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (3/20/14) — The following arrest reports were released by the Hopkins County Sheriff's Office Thursday, March 20.
Tabitha R. Harp, 29, Madisonville, was charged March 7 with contempt of court (bond withdrawal).
Steven Ford, 37, Nortonville, was charged on a warrant March 12 with failure to pay fines.
Matthew Waddle, 29, Earlington, was charged March 12 with reckless driving, and driving on a DUI suspended license.
Mary K. Shah, 40, Owensboro, was charged March 12 with operating on a suspended/revoked operators license, no registration plates, no registration receipt and careless driving.
Jeffrey S. Wade, 33, Nebo, was charged March 12 with fourth-degree assault/domestic and unlawful imprisonment.
James D. Hale, 46, Manitou, was charged March 13 with second-degree stalking.
Matthew L. Waddle, 29, Earlington, was charged March 13 with fourth-degree assault.
Noah D. Williams, Jr., 36, Madisonville, was charged March 13 with disorderly conduct.
Michael R. Melton, 34, Mortons Gap, was charged March 13 with alcohol intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Daniel Morseman, 37, Madisonville, was charged March 14 with contempt of court (bond withdrawal).
Aubrey E. Gunn, 32, Nortonville, was charged March 16 with fourth-degree assault/domestic.
Jennifer A. Adamson, aka Jennifer A. Stone, 30, Providence, was charged March 17 on a warrant for failure to pay and giving an officer a false name or address.
Harold J. Anthony, 29, Madisonville, was charged March 17 with failure to wear seat belts, driving on a DUI suspended license, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol, possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, failure to produce insurance card and disorderly conduct.
Noah D. Williams, Jr., 36, Madisonville, was charged on a warrant March 17 with failure to appear.
Michael A. Papineau, 56, Providence, was charged March 18 on a warrant for failure to pay fines.
Information provided by Sheila Hopper
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