CADIZ, KY (1/16/12) – The Cadiz Police Dept. has reported a rise in criminal cases opened in January in comparison to January of 2011. According to Cadiz Police Officer Scott Brown, the Cadiz Police have opened 35 criminal cases in comparison to 24 of last year, a 45% overall increase so far.
Below are the arrest reports for the prior week.
On Jan 9, at 1:38 PM, 29-year-old Doris Parker of Cadiz was arrested for Failure to Pay Fines. Parker was served a Trigg County District Court arrest warrant for Failure to Pay Fines stemming from a 2004 traffic case.
On Jan. 9, at 10:56 PM, 29-year-old Leigh McClain was arrested for Failure to pay fines. McClain was served five Trigg County District Court arrest warrants for Failure to Pay Fines ($2120). Officer Scott Brown was the arresting officer.
On Jan. 12, at 9:14 PM, 44-year-old Juanita Gordley and 43-year-old Stephen Gordley of Cadiz were arrested on charges of Alcohol Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct (2nd Degree). At the time of the arrest police officials were called to the Super 8 Motel in reference to subjects fighting in a room. Both subjects were under the influence of alcohol and causing alarm to other residents at the motel. The arresting officer was Sgt. Richard Martin.
On Jan. 13, at 5:40 PM, 43-year-old Michele Walker of Cadiz was arrested on charges of Theft over $500.00. On December 21, 2011, Dan Eveland, Supervisor of Rocket Oil in Madisonville, contacted Cadiz Police to report missing money from Ideal Market, 299 Main Street. Officer Randy Clark began reviewing surveillance video from the store and reviewing the bank records of Rocket Oil. It was determined that $4,442 meant to be deposited into the bank on 12/11/2011 had not been deposited in the correct manner by an employee. It was determined during the course of the investigation that Michele Walker, an assistant manager of the store, had taken the money and not reimbursed the store. Walker was served a Trigg County District Court warrant on 01/13/2012 and lodged in the Christian County Jail. The arresting officer was Randy Clark.
On Jan. 13 at 10:07 PM, 49-year old Julie Coleman of Cadiz was charged with DUI (1st offense) and Leaving the Scene of an Accident. At the time of the incident, Coleman had made a right turn from Main Street onto Cunningham Avenue around 9:30 pm, striking the driver's side of a vehicle at the intersection driven by Michaela S. Creed, 19, of 459 Lafayette Street. Coleman continued driving and left the scene. Creed and her passenger were not injured. The vehicle was located at 254 Anna Street a short time later. Coleman admitted to taking prescription painkillers prior to the crash. Coleman stated that she had no recollection of the crash. The arresting officer was Sgt. Richard Martin.
On Jan. 13, at 4:05 PM, 30-year-old Adam Gray of Hopkinsville was arrested on charges of Failure to Appear. Gray was stopped by Officer Randy Clark for a traffic violation. An investigation determined that Gray was wanted in McCracken County for failing to appear in court on an alcohol intoxication charge. Officer Clark was the arresting officer.
Information provided by Officer Scott Brown
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