WEBSTER COUNTY, Ky. (4/3/13) - 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., March. 27
• Steven Brooks, 53 of Providence, was cited to court for Disregarding Signals from Officer Directing Traffic.
•Steven Scott, 60 of Central City, was cited to court for Speeding.
Thu., March. 28
•Ernest Foster, 32 of Morganfield, was arrested for 2nd Degree Assault (Child Abuse).
Fri., March. 29
•Clyde Parsley, 89 of Providence, was cited to court for Failure of Owner to Maintain Required Insurance/Security- 1st Offense.
Sat., March. 30
•Steven Freeman, 18 of Clay, was cited to court for Speeding and Failure to Produce Insurance Card.
Webster County Sheriff Frankie Springfield also reported the following accidents:
Thu., March. 21, 10:18 p.m.
Deputy Cory Patmore reported to an accident on KY 1835 near Slaughters. According to the report, Austin Madison, 18 of Madisonville was traveling eastbound in his Oldsmobile Cutlass when he fell asleep. The vehicle left the road and struck an earthen embankment. No injuries were reported, but the vehicle had to be towed.
Sat., March. 23, 2:36 p.m.
Deputy Scott Starkey reported to an accident near Sebree. According to the report, Mary Susong-Ditterline, 29 of Corydon left church to find that her 2013 Mazda CX had been struck, receiving minor damage. No injuries were reported and the vehicle remained in service. No information about the other vehicle is available.
Wed., March. 27, 4:55 p.m.
Sheriff Frankie Springfield reported to an accident on US 41 in Sebree. According to the report, Scott Baker, 34 of Sebree, had stopped at the corner of East Barkley Street and US 41. As he proceeded to turn left onto 41 he failed to see the 2005 Nissan Altima driven by Gary Hobgood, 47 of Sebree. Hobgood’s vehicle was towed due to damage and he was transported to Methodist Hospital for treatment. Baker’s 1999 Lincoln Navigator was impounded and towed for having no insurance. Baker was not injured.
Wed., March. 27, 10:18 p.m.
Deputy Steve Madden reported to an accident on KY 109 near Diamond. According to the report, Dottie McGraw, 58 of Clay, was traveling north on 109 when a deer entered the road. There were no injuries reported. McGraw’s 2012 Chrysler 200 received moderate damage, but left the scene under its own power.
Webster County Jailer Terry Elder would like to report the following activity for the week of March 24, 2013.
Total Hours worked: 4,733
•Jail Maintenance: 3,816
•Road Department: 332
•City of Dixon: 64
•City of Sebree: 128
•City of Providence: 128
•Dog Warden: 25
•Water Dept.: 72
•State Highway: 120
Total Inmates: 270
State Inmates: 238
County Inmates: 32
Statistics indicate that nine people died in seven separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, Mar. 25 through Sunday, Mar. 31, 2013.
A total of 124 people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways during 2013. This is 32 less than reported for this time period in 2012. Of the 109 motor vehicle fatalities, 54 victims were not wearing seat belts. One of the four motorcycle fatalities was not wearing a helmet. Ten pedestrians have been killed.
A total of 26 fatalities have resulted from crashes involving the suspected use of alcohol. As of Mar. 31, Kentucky has had 25 days with zero highway fatalities reported during 2013.
•Kirstie Dawn Jones, 22 of Sebree, to Devin Keith Parker, 22 of Sebree.
•Heather Noel Uildriks, 23 of Clay, to Gregory Glenn Williams, 28 of Clay.
•Donna Bumpus to Christopher A Hotz, property in Webster County.
•Irene T. Roland and Bobby M. Roland to Dennis G. Roland, property in Webster County.
•Tommy Gene Denton and Melinda Louis Denton to Maggie L. Denton, property in Webster County.
J-E News Editor
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