According to his report, Etheridge said he charged 47-year-old Pamela K. Harrell with DUI and had her lodged in the Christian County jail.
Etheridge said he observed Harrell crossing the centerline of Hwy 68 near the intersection of Hwy. 139 at 8:43 p.m. on July 3. He said he failed three sobriety tests prior to her arrest.
Also on July 3, Cadiz Police arrested and charged Belinda Collins, an occupant of Good Nite Motel with assault in the first degree. Office Chad Grace said he made the arrest following an altercation at the Good Nite Motel on Main Street.
According to the officer’s report, Collins became involved in an argument with Chase Mitchell, another occupant of the motel. The report said Collins threw a bottle at Mitchell and when it broke she picked it up and begin to stab and cut the intended target.
Mitchell was treated at Trigg County Hospital for his injuries and Collins was lodged in the Christian County Jail, Grace said in his report.
Benjamin Jacobs, age 21, who listed his address as Parkview Drive in Cadiz was arrested on July 4 for two outstanding warrants. Cadiz Officer Scott Brown said he arrested Jacobs on Lafayette Street on warrants issued for failure to appear from both Trigg and Christian counties.
Jacobs was transported to the Christian County jail.
Cadiz police responded to a call at the Cadiz Minit Mart on Sunday night where they ultimately arrested and charged a 68-year-old man with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Officer Grace said that when he arrived he observed David Doyle of Cadiz Road in the store arguing with an employee. Grace did not indicated what brought on the dispute, but said Doyle was “yelling, cussing and kept getting louder” and was causing alarm among those in the store.
Grace said that when he tried to place Doyle under arrest “he began jerking away” and walked away from the officer.
Doyle was lodged in the Christian County Jail.
Officer Brown released a report indicating he investigated a second degree burglary that occurred between Friday and Sunday at a home at 301 Third Street.
Brown said the home was entered by force through the back door. The resident of the home, Hirlam Nunn was not at home at the time of the incident.
Although forcible entry was used, Brown noted, there appeared to be nothing missing from the home. The incident was reported by a neighbor who noticed the damage to the door.