Law enforcement reports
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Law enforcement reports are compiled from the files of the Cadiz Police Department and Trigg County Sheriff’s Office by staff members of The Cadiz Record.


The Cadiz Police Department is investigating the July 22 break-in of Fourshee Building Supply on Main Street. A press release said that Officer Jeff Ethridge is investigating the burglary between 5 p.m. Friday, July 18 and 7:30 a.m. July 21 in which an unknown person or persons took an undetermined amount of assorted hand and power tools. Readers with information about this burglary should call the Cadiz Police Department at 522-8369.

DUI, suspended license

Officer Scott Brown of the Cadiz Police Department stopped 26-year-old Marcus Tyler, of Cerulean Road on July 19 after allegedly witnessing the suspect nearly hit a pedestrian in his vehicle.

Brown said that the suspect allegedly smelled of alcohol and admitted to drinking. A CPD press release reported a .146 blood alcohol content on the Intoxilyzer. Brown charged Tyler with a second DUI offense and Operating on a Suspended License.

In District Court, on July 22, Tyler allegedly appeared with the smell of alcohol on his person. Trigg County Deputy Sheriffs charged him with Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place, and allegedly recorded .089 on an Intoxilyzer test.

Failure to appear

Trigg County Deputy Sheriff Kenneth Butts arrested Crystal Madeline Wertz, 25, of 95 Stillhouse Branch Road, Gracey, on July 22 on the strength of a Trigg County District Court Warrant for Failure to Appear.

Judge Jill Clark signed the warrant for Wertz after failing to appear for a July 15 court date for Operating with a Suspended License. She was held in lieu of a $250 cash bond.


Joseph M. Sarnacki, 51, of 1498 Golf Club Lane, Clarksville, Tenn., was arrested on July 23 on the strength of two warrants – one from Trigg County Circuit Court, the other from District Court. Deputy Butts served both warrants.

The first alleged Flagrant Non-Payment of Support and held him in lieu of $10,500 cash bond, issued on July 17.The second charged Failure to Pay Fines from convictions in February 2004 of Alcohol Intoxication and Falsely Reporting an Incident. He was held in lieu of a $155.50 cash bond for this warrant.

Warrant served

Sheriff Randy Clark arrested Sherita M. Watts, 25, of 500 West Second St., Hopkinsville on July 25 on the strength of a Christian County warrant for Robbery in the Second Degree dated July 24. She was held in lieu of a $25,000 cash bond.


Officer Chad Grace arrested Amanda Deloach, 25, of Hilltop St., Cadiz on July 25 on the strength of two warrants alleging non-payment of fines, and a third for failure to appear.

Suspended license

Matthew Boyd, 28, of Cunningham Avenue, Cadiz faces charges of Operating on and Possession of a Suspended License after a July 26 arrest.

Officer Matthew Dolezal alleged that he saw Boyd driving on Highway 68 into the Sonic Parking Lot, and knew of the suspect’s prior suspension.

Violation of order

The Cadiz Police claim that Kristy Nichols, 26, of Louard Bell Road, Eddyville, violated an Emergency Protection Order on July 27.

Officer Dolezal said that Nichols engaged in a verbal altercation at the Goodnight Motel with her mother who held an Emergency Protection Order against Nichols stipulating that she have no contact with the victim.
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