Cadiz Police and the Trigg County County Sheriff's Department arrested Lisa P. Cunningham, 37, of Hopkinsville, May 3 while trying to serve her a warrant on Linda Lane.
Officers were called to the area in reference to a suspicious vehicle that was parked at a Linda Lane residence. Cunningham was observed attempting to leave the driveway in the vehicle when she was stopped by CPD Sgt. Scott Brown and TCSO Sgt. Mark Nichols. The suspect had two outstanding warrants.
When officers attempted to handcuff her, Cunningham took off running through a yard, causing Sgt. Brown to deploy his taser. The suspect got up and continued to run before she was apprehended in the roadway. Deputy Mike Ayers and Sheriff Ray Burnam assisted in getting the suspect cuffed. A pipe commonly used to smoke drugs was found in Cunningham's clinched hand.
CPD served Cunningham a Contempt of Court warrant from Trigg County and a Parole Violation warrant from both Christian and Trigg counties. She was also charged with Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct - 2nd degree; and Fleeing/evading police - 2nd Degree. TCSO charged Cunningham with DUI - 1st Offense; Possession of a Controlled Substance; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; and Assault - Third Degree after she bit Sheriff Burnam on the hand during the arrest.
Cunningham was lodged in the Christian County Jail.
Officer Aaron Acree arrested Frank A. Navarro, 31, of Cadiz, on April 29 and charged him with failure to wear a seat belt and DUI - Second Offense following a traffic stop on Powerline Drive.
Officer Roger Knight arrested Joshua R. Frederick, 26, of Cadiz on May 2 and charged him with Possession of Marijuana; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; and two counts of Wanton Endangerment - Second Degree. Officer Knight was assisting the Department of Community Based Services on an investigation at Frederick's residence. A box, easily within reach of his two minor step-children in the home, was located on a bed and was found to contain a small amount of marijuana, pipes commonly used to smoke drugs, and rolling papers.
Information provided by Sgt. Scott Brown
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