Arrest Log HCSheriff 300HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (11/4/13) - The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office released the following arrest reports on Monday, Nov. 4.

Joseph A. Fugate, 33, of Dawson Springs was served an arrest warrant on Oct. 25 for criminal trespassing.

Tanner Baldwin, 18, of Mortons Gap was arrested on Oct. 26 for hindering prosecution/apprehension.

Whitney S. Coakley, 25, of Nebo was arrested on Oct. 26 for assault in the fourth degree and wanton endangerment.

Brittany D. Harding, 18, of Providence was arrested on Oct. 26 for unlawful transaction with minor.

Nathan A. Baldwin, 27, of Nortonville was arrested on Oct. 26 for violation of a Kentucky EPO.

Gerald R. Matheny, 41, of Nortonville was arrested on Oct. 27 for operating an ATV on roadway and fleeing/evading the police.

Heradio D. Gonzalez, 33, of Madisonville was arrested on Oct. 27, for careless driving and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs.

Rolando Vazquez, 28, of Madisonville was arrested on Oct. 27 for alcohol intoxication.

Justin D. Hughes, 26, of Madisonville was arrested on Oct. 28 for assault in the fourth degree (domestic violence).

Alvin M. Turner, 29, of Madisonville was served an arrest warrant on Oct. 29 for failure to pay.

Cody Billings, 26, of Dawson Springs was arrested on Oct. 29 for possession of a controlled substance.

Amanda Skimehorn, 38, of Nortonville was served an arrest warrant on Oct. 29, for theft by deception includes cold checks under $500.

David Schanmier, 48, of Dawson Springs was arrested on Oct. 29 for assault in the fourth degree (domestic violence).

Jason William, 35 of Kuttawa was served an arrest warrant on Oct. 30 for failure to appear.

Joseph Massey, 27, of Madisonville was served an arrest warrant on Oct. 31 for failure to appear.

Ashley N. Follin, 28, of Slaughters was served an arrest warrant on Oct. 31 for theft by deception includes cold checks under $500.

Chad Thomas, 26, of Madisonville was served an arrest warrant on Nov. 1 for failure to appear and failure to pay.

Lucas E. Doss, 28, of Sacramento was arrested on Nov. 1 for alcohol intoxication.

Amber Averitt
SurfKY News
Information provided by the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office

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