WEBSTER COUNTY, Ky. (4/10/13) - 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 arrests and accidents:
Wed., April. 3
•Neil Kok, 64 of McDonald, PA was cited to court for speeding.
Thu., April. 4
•Kevin Parish, 33 of Providence, was cited to court for No Operators-Moped License, Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance/Security 1st offense and Failure to Surrender Revoked Operators License.
Sat., April. 6
•Kenneth Hall, 53 of Providence, was arrested for First Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st offense, Prescription Controlled Substance not in Original Container 1st offense, First Degree Promoting Contraband, Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs/ETC .08, fourth or greater offense.
Webster County Sheriff Frankie Springfield also reported the following accidents:
Thu., March. 28, 10:31 a.m.
Sheriff Frankie Springfield responded to an accident on KY 109 near Clay. According to the report, Russell Burns, 22 of Madisonville, was traveling southbound on 109 in his 1999 Dodge Dakota when he apparently fell asleep. His vehicle crossed the centerline and struck a trailer being pulled by Kyle Shrader, 58 of Norwalk, OH. His vehicle then traveled over railing and struck a parked Ford Econoline van. There were no injuries reported, but Burns’ vehicle was towed from the scene.
Fri., March. 29, 7:30 a.m.
Sheriff Frankie Springfield responded to an accident on US 41 near Sebree. According to the report, Raymond Mason, 69 of Sebree, was pulling into the Sebree Dairy Bar parking lot when the top of his 2007 Ford Econoline van struck the bottom of the business’ sign causing minor damages to the vehicle. There were no injuries reported and the vehicle was not towed.
Statistics indicate that 11 people died in nine separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, Apr. 1 through Sunday, Apr. 7, 2013.
Through Apr. 7, preliminary statistics indicate that 137 people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways during 2013. This is 37 less than reported for this time period in 2012. Of the 119 motor vehicle fatalities, 59 victims were not wearing seat belts. One of the four motorcycle fatalities was not wearing a helmet. The one ATV fatality was not wearing a helmet. Twelve pedestrians have been killed. One fatality involving an animal drawn vehicle has been reported. A total of 26 fatalities have resulted from crashes involving the suspected use of alcohol. As of Apr. 7, Kentucky has had 25 days with zero highway fatalities reported during 2013.
• Miranda Leigh Melton, 34 of Dixon, to Jeremy Dale Parker, 41 of Dixon.
•Jerry D. Hedden and Linda Hedden to Billy Jim Hobgood and JoAnn Hobgood, property in Webster County.
•Morris Ray Robinette to William Allen White and Carla Harris White, property in Webster County.
•William Allen White and Carla Harris White to Bryan Keith Hendrickson, Beth C. Hendrickson, James D. Hendrickson Jr. and Ann Hendrickson, property in Webster County.
•Roger Mueth, Linda Mueth and Delbert Mueth to Jonathon Gentry and Laura Lynn Gentry, property in Webster County.
•Garrett Hasty to Lonnie Mack Thompason II and April Drane Thompson, property in Webster County.
•William Donahoo and Patricia Ann Donahoo to Michael Seth Stanley and Kimberly Anne Stanley, property in Webster County.
•Johnnie E. Edwards to Johnnie E. Edwards and Loretta Edwards Family Trust, property in Webster County.
•James A. Gooch Jr and Alta Goosh to Clayton C. Dunbar and Keri B. Dunbar, property in Webster County.
•Tabitha Newman and Christopher Newman to Alfred Newman, Eugene Newman and Mary Newman Coomer, property in Webster County.
J-E News Editor
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