On Nov. 26, the Trigg County Sheriff’s Department executed two Trigg County bench warrants, arresting Judith Phelps, 39, of Mounds, Ill. One warrant for failure to appear in court and the other was for theft by deception, including cold checks.
Anthony S. Farrows, 39, of 155 Cunningham Ave., was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department on Nov. 26 and was charged with failure to appear in court, possession of marijuana and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia (first offense). The report said that the deputy went to Farrows’s address to serve the warrant for failing to appear. When he smelled marijuana, he asked about it and Farrows told him it was in the kitchen.
Failure to comply
Chris A. Vaughn, 27, of 280 West End St., was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department on Nov. 27 after being served with a warrant failure to comply. The original charges were from Oct. 16 and were for speeding 21 mph over the limit and for failure to use a child restraint device.
Moped incident leads to arrest one year later
Donald J. Imbush, 23, of 75 Mayes Village, was served with a Trigg District warrant for failure to appear and arrested on Nov. 27. He was originally charged with operating a moped without a license on Nov. 28, 2006.
Helen Marie Curtis, 38, of 1537 South Road, was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department on Nov. 27 after being served with a Trigg Circuit warrant for failing to appear in court on Oct. 10. The original charges were for first-degree and second-degree possession of CS/drug (unspecified).
The Sheriff’s Department arrested Chad D. Morse, 33, of 178 Cunningham Ave., on Nov. 28 after serving him with a warrant for failure to appear in court and theft by deception. Morse wrote two cold checks at Food Giant: one for $31.17 and one for $50. He also wrote a check for $30.02 at Ideal Market, two checks for $200 at Hancock’s Neighborhood Market and one at Hancock’s for $24.51.
Failure to appear
The Sheriff’s Department arrested Ray A. Hughes, 46, of 280 West End St., on Nov. 28 after being served with a Christian County warrant for failure to appear in court.
Casey L. Powell, 25, of 71 Cunningham Ave., was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department on Nov. after serving her with a Trigg County warrant for failing to appear in court.
Failure to comply
Stephanie A. Dawson, 22, of 146 West End St., was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department after serving her with a Trigg County warrant for failure to comply.
James D. Wynn, 19, of Lafayette Street, was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department on Nov. 28 for violating his probation.
The Sheriffs Department arrested Jamie Teeters, 31, of 1255 Rich Circle, on Nov. 30. She was served with a Trigg County warrant for two counts of failure to comply.
Jeremy T. Baldwin, 27, was arrested on Nov. 30. According to the report, he went to his ex-wife’s residence on Nov. 29 and took a large knife, threatening to kill her if she didn’t do as he said. He cut her on the leg and hit her about the head and face, leaving marks. He also would not let her leave to go to her father’s house. Baldwin was charged with assault in the second degree (domestic violence), unlawful imprisonment in the first degree and violation of a Kentucky emergency protective order.
Fight leads to tasing
Allison S. Hunter, 20, was arrested on Nov. 30 by the Sheriff’s Department. According to the report, Deputy Kenneth Butts was called to a mother and daughter fight. There was reportedly no contact between them, but Hunter became disorderly and was arrested. She became even more disorderly at the police department and had to be tased.