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Dawson Springs Police Report – July 15, 2013

dawsonspringsarrestlog 1DAWSON SPRINGS, Ky. (7/15/13) – The following is your weekly update on law enforcement activity in the Dawson Springs area.
 
On July 8 Amanda McCaslin, 26, of Dawson Springs was charged with Theft by Deception on a Hopkins County warrant. Captain Craig Patterson was the charging officer.
 
Troy Cotton, 45, of Dawson Springs was charged with Non-payment of Fines on a Hopkins County warrant. Captain Patterson was the charging officer.
 
Trenton Farmbrough, 18, of Dawson Springs was served a Caldwell County Criminal Summons for Possession of a Controlled Substance – 3rd Degree and Prescription Controlled Substance not in Proper Container. Captain Patterson was the charging officer.
 
On July 10, a 16-year-old Dawson Springs female juvenile was charged with Criminal Mischief – 2nd Degree. Chief Bill Crider was the charging officer.
 
Tony Faith Jr., 33, of Dawson Springs was charged with two counts of Contempt of Court on a Hopkins County warrant. Captain Patterson was assisted in the case by Chief Crider.
 
Two Dawson Springs female juveniles, ages 14 and 16, were charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking, Shoplifting. Captain Patterson was assisted by Chief Crider in the case.
 
On July 11, Ashley Adams, 19, of Princeton was charged with Probation Violation on a Caldwell County warrant. Captain Patterson was the charging officer.
 
Carroll Reeves, 40, of Dawson Springs was charged with Contempt of Court on a Hopkins County warrant. Brad Ross was the charging officer.
 
On July 12, Alan Parker, 43, of Dawson Springs was charged with Contempt of Court on a Hopkins County warrant. Captain Patterson was the charging officer.

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