WEBSTER COUNTY, Ky. (5/8/13) - The following is your weekly update of law enforcement activity in and around the Webster County area.
Providence Police Chief Brent McDowell reported the following accidents and arrests:
Mon., April. 29
•Kimi Davis, 24 of Providence, was arrested for 2nd Degree Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, 3rd Degree Assault and Public Intoxication.
Tue., April. 30
•David Womack, 46 of Bowling Green, was arrested on a Probation Violation Warrant and a Bench Warrant from Warren County.
•Gadea Pease, 34 of Providence, was arrested on a warrant for Theft by Deception-Cold Checks.
Fri., May. 3
•Tamatha Spencer, 27 of Providence, was arrested for 4th Degree Assault (domestic violence) with minor injuries.
•Larry Kirby, 52 of Providence, was arrested for 4th Degree Assault (domestic violence) with minor injuries.
•Brandon Foe, 28 of Providence, was arrested for Trafficking in Controlled Substance within 1,000ft of a school, Trafficking in Marijuana less than 8 oz., 1st offence and 2nd Degree Unlawful Transaction with a minor.
•Michael Conrad, 50 of Providence, was arrested for 3rd Degree Terroristic Threatening.
Sun., May. 5
Providence Police responded to a report of an accident at the intersection of Main Street and Broadway.
According to the report, Alison Whitledge, 42 of Providence, and Hannah Oakley, 53 of Providence, were both making turns at the stoplight when their vehicles made contact.
For the month of April Chief McDowell would also like to report the following activity:
Verbal Warnings: 33
Crime/Drug Inv.: 17
Special Details: 14
Traffic Violations: 8
Motorist Assist: 1
Officer Assists: 36
Felony Arrests: 3
Webster County Sheriff Frankie Springfield reported the following accidents:
Thu., April. 25, 7:07 a.m.
Sheriff Frankie Springfield responded to an accident on KY 120, five miles east of Providence.
According the report, Jimmie R. Williams II, 37 of Crofton, was traveling east bound on 120 when he met a vehicle in a curve. Williams said it appeared the oncoming vehicle, a 1995 Ford Explorer driven by Sarah Clary, 29 of Slaughters, went off the shoulder of the road. When it came back onto the roadway it crossed the line and struck the rear of his 2009 Mack Gu Series, which was loaded with a blasting agent.
Clary said that Williams’ vehicle cross the center line and she could not avoid the accident.
There were no injuries reported. Clary’s vehicle suffered severe damage and had to be towed, but Williams’ left the scene under its own power.
Thu., April. 25, 4:55 p.m.
Deputy Donald Jones responded to an accident on KY 1835, four miles west of Slaughters.
According to the report, Cynthia DeHaven, 44 of Slaughters, was southbound in her 2002 Chevy Silverado when her cell phone rang. While attempting to answer the phone she crossed the center line and struck the driver’s side mirror of the 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix driven by Kara Garrett, 26 of Slaughters.
There were no injuries reported and both vehicles remained in service.
Webster County Jailer Terry Elder reported the following activity for the week of April 14, 2013 to April 20, 2013:
•Jail Maintenance 3700
•Road Dept.: 325
•City of Dixon: 63
•City of Clay: 56
•City of Sebree: 160
•City of Providence:112
•Dog Warden: 39
•Water Dept.: 87
•State Hwy: 120
Total Population: 238
County Inmates: 25
State Inmates: 213
Preliminary statistics indicate that 10 people died in nine separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, Apr. 29 through Sunday, May 5, 2013.
Through May 5, preliminary statistics indicate that 178 people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways during 2013. This is 54 less than reported for this time period in 2012. Of the 149 motor vehicle fatalities, 74 victims were not wearing seat belts. Seven of the 14 motorcycle fatalities were not wearing helmets. The one ATV fatality was not wearing a helmet. One bicycle rider has been killed. Twelve pedestrians have been killed. One fatality involving an animal drawn vehicle has been reported. A total of 34 fatalities have resulted from crashes involving the suspected use of alcohol. As of May 5, Kentucky has had 32 days with zero highway fatalities reported during 2013.
Webster County - Circuit Court
• Jimmy Douglas Elkins appeared in court on May 2, 2013 to withdraw a previously entered plea of not guilty on a charge of Receiving Stolen Property (under $10,000), a class D felony. Upon entering of the plea, charges were amended to Facilitation of Receiving Stolen Property (under $10,000), a class A misdemeanor. Judge Rene Williams sentenced him to 12 months of supervised probation.
•Andrea Leigh Lancaster, 34 of Sebree, to Matthew Wayne Abell, 34 of Sebree.
•Liudmyla Mandziuk, 39 of Dixon, to Christopher Harold Glore, 49 of Dixon.
•Patricia Mae Darnes, 47 of Providence, to Rodney Harriton Reese, 46 of Providence.
•Thomas Roy Henry and Linda Henry to Joshua M. Lancaster and Kristy Lancaster, property in Webster County.
•Robert R. Duncan and Elaine B. Duncan to Jackie Duncan, property in Webster County.
•Alcoa Fuels, inc. to Armstrong Coal Co., property in Webster County.
•Alcoa Fuels, inc. to Armstrong Coal Co., property in Webster and Union Counties.
•Tona D. Gibson to George Parish, property in Webster County.
•Homer Brown Jr. and Emma B. Brown to Rita Childress, property in Webster County.
•Webster County Coal LLC and Warrior Coal LLC to Sebree Mining LLC, property in Webster County.
•Penny Gatten to Tommie DeHaven, property in Webster County.
J-E News Editor
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