dawsonspringsarrestlog 1DAWSON SPRINGS, Ky. (6/16/14) — The Dawson Springs police department has released the following reports.

Matthew Knight, 20, of Dawson Springs was charged June 9 with a probation violation on a Hopkins County warrant. Captain Craig Patterson was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider.

Ricky Winn, 33, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 10 with trafficking in a controlled substance first degree, tampering with physical evidence, possession of a controlled substance second degree, and possession of drug paraphernalia on Hopkins County warrants. Craig Patterson was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider.

Pamela Morris, 33, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 13 with two counts of probation violations on Hopkins County warrants. Craig Patterson was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider.

Misty Hayden, 32, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 13 with terroristic threatening on a Hopkins County warrant. Craig Patterson was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider.

Cody Dunlap, 25, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 13 with criminal trespass third degree, possession of a controlled substance first degree, possession of a controlled substance second degree, theft of a controlled substance, and controlled substance not in proper container. Craig Patterson was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider

Sarah Williams, 21, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 13 with failure to pay fines on a Hopkins County warrant. Craig Patterson was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider.

George White III, 58, of Dawson Springs was charged June 13 with hindering apprehension second degree. Brad Ross was the charging officer, assisted by Captain Craig Patterson.

Jeremy Russell, 31, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 13 with burglary third degree on a Hopkins County warrant. Brad Roas was the charging officer, assisted by Captain Craig Patterson.

Scotty Brown, 18, Homeless, was charged June 15 with illegal possession of a legend drug and public intoxication. Bobby Hadley was the charging officer, assisted by Chief Bill Crider.

Tanner Southerland, 22, of Earlington, was charged June 15 with non-payment of fines on a Hopkins County warrant, Brad Ross was the charging officer.

Kevin Thomas, 18, of Dawson Springs, was charged June 15 with fleeing police first degree, disorderly contact second degree, resisting arrest, and 3 counts of terroristic threatening third degree.

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Information provided by Chief William C. Crider

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Posted on 2/2/14

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