On May 14, James Marshall Keeling, 24, of 46 Bealmear Dr., was arrested by the Trigg Couny Sheriff’s Department. There had been an order for his arrest for violation of a Kentucky emergency protective order. According to the report, Keeling came from Tennessee with his parents to turn himself in. The affiant stated that she had received threatening phone calls from Keeling.
fleeing leads to arrest
Sheriff’s deputies arrested Bradley W. Perry, 18, of Hopkinsville on May 21. The deputy saw Perry driving eastbound on US 68-80 west of Lakota Drive at 91 mph. The subject then turned onto Glenwood Mill Road and turned into the parking lot of Anixter Fasteners. A 15-year-old was in the passenger seat and was not wearing a seatbelt. There was a 10-year-old in the back seat. The passenger said he or she had told Perry to slow down and that he had almost lost control multiple times. He was charged with driving more than 26 miles per hour over the speed limit, attempting to elude a police officer, failure to wear a seat belt and wanton endangerment in the second degree.
Johnny Ray Bland, 51, listed as a resident of the Goodnight Motel, was served a Trigg County arrest warrant for nonpayment of a fine.
A criminal complaint was filed against Shaneka L. Acree of Lexington for flagrant nonsupport. The affiant said that on March 28, Acree failed to support her minor child by not paying $1,020 that was due on Feb. 28.
Drunk in driveway leads to arrest
Terry Wayne Johnson, 44, of Indian Mound, TN was arrested on May 22nd after officers received a call by his wife that he was sitting in his car drunk in a driveway at 14805 Old Dover Road. Officer Randy Clark claimed the man was “manifestly under the influence of (an) alcoholic beverage”. He was arrested and charged with alcohol intoxication.
Warrant served for nonpayment
William Franklin Guill, 32, of 410 Sycamore Lane, Princeton, KY was arrested for not paying a fine. The warrant was served on May 23 and his bail is set for $682.85.