Police Reports
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Vehicle Hits Minor on Bicycle

Virginia R. Imbush, 47, of 47 Maysvillage was arrested on August 13 after hitting a juvenile riding on a bicycle on the intersection of Jefferson and Thomas Street when she failed to stop at the stop sign. Her license check showed that she had a suspended license, no insurance, and expired tags, all of which she was charged for. The juvenile was treated for minor injuries at Trigg County Hospital and then released.

Speeding and Ranting

Timothy B. Jackson, 23, of 359 East Noel was arrested on August 16 and charged with speeding, no insurance, operating a vehicle on a suspended license, and disorderly conduct. The subject was clocked going 41 miles per hour in a 25 mph. zone and when the officer proceeded to pull the subject over, the subject pulled into the parking lot of an apartment building and exited his vehicle before the officer was able to get behind him. The subject was very loud and uncooperative to the point that a neighbor came outside to see what was going on. The officer was forced to tell the subject that he would have to tazer him if he did not cooperate.

Registration Violation Leads to Arrest

Joshua R. Groves, 20, of 319 Third Street was arrested on August 18 and charged with expired registration plates, possession of a controlled substance 1st degree/1st offense, and possession of marijuana. The subject was stopped for a registration violation and the officer noticed that he seemed very nervous. Consent was given to search the vehicle and a joint was found in the ashtray, a bag of marijuana was found in the pocket of the passenger’s seat, and three prescription pain killers were found as well. The subject did not have a prescription for the pills.

Christian County Warrants Met

Steven Dewayn Holder, 34, of 1300 South Montgomery Road was arrested on August 17 and charged with receiving stolen property worth over $300, and theft by unlawful taking over $300. The subject was stopped for a traffic violation and was confirmed to have two warrants out of Christian County for the two charges.

Warrant Calls for Extradition

Kimberley A. Crawford, 43, of 5079 new Hope Road was arrested on August 18 and charged as a fugitive from another state. The subject was at Trigg County Hospital for injuries caused by an assault and officers ran her name through NCIC. It came back with warrants for probation violation and confirmed extradition to St Francisco County, Missouri where the charges were acquired.

Intoxicated Man Arrested

Paul Scotty Dwyer, 45, of 48 Brown Street was arrested on August 18 and charged with alcohol intoxication. The subject was involved in an altercation at 62 Iron Street and when police arrived a strong odor of alcohol was on the subject’s breath and he was having difficulty walking. The subject stated he had drunk eight or more beer sin last few hours.
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