Police Reports
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Passed out in backyard

Samuel Kirby, 53, of Wallace Avenue, was arrested by Cadiz Police on Nov. 2 and charged with alcohol intoxication, as well as being served with a bench warrant for nonpayment of fines. According to the report, the officer was called to a Wallace Avenue residence to answer a complaint of a person asleep in the backyard. Upon his arrival, the officer found Kirby intoxicated and passed out. The warrant in question was for nonpayment of fines, which were also related to alcohol intoxication.

Chattanooga man arrested

Richard Gruetzmacher, 24, of Chattanooga, Tenn., was arrested on Nov. 2. According to the report, he was the passenger in a DUI stop. He was found to be in possession of a controlled substance. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance in the first degree and having a prescription drug in an improper container.

Passenger possesses

controlled substance

Police arrested Ian Fanning, 22, of Chattanooga, Tenn. on Nov. 2. According to the report, Fanning was stopped at a safety road checkpoint and smelled strongly of alcoholic beverages, as well as seeming to be under the influence of said beverages. After being asked to step out of his vehicle, he refused. He was placed under arrest and had to be physically removed from he vehicle. He was charged with driving under the influence in the first degree, resisting arrest and refusal of a test.

Man arrested for pot

Derrick Gude, 26, of Cerulean Rd., was arrested by police on Nov. 2 and charged with possession of marijuana. According to the report, he was stopped for expired tags. Upon the search of his vehicle, marijuana was found in the ashtray of his car.

Avoiding checkpoint

leads to arrest

John Payne, 49, of Short Street, was arrested on Nov. 3 after making an illegal turn to avoid a sobriety checkpoint. After being stopped, Payne failed a field sobriety test. He submitted to a blood and urine test. He was charged with a DUI with a suspended license and a DUI, fourth offense.

Stealing gets man and

others arrested

Michael Evans, 42, of Hopkinsville, was observed on Nov. 9 shoplifting steaks and cigarettes from Washer’s IGA. He was found walking on Lafayette Street about an hour and 45 minutes later, where he admitted to the theft. He was arrested and charged with theft under $300.

Arrested while driving

getaway car

Regina Quarles, 38, of Oak Grove, was arrested by Cadiz Police on Nov. 9 and charged with theft under $300 and driving without an operator’s license. Quarles was driving a vehicle and transporting a shoplifter to and from Washer’s IGA. Quarles had parked the vehicle across the street from the store as a pickup point for the subjects who entered the store to shoplift, according to the report.

Shoplifting accomplice

Laurel Cayce, 32, of Hopkinsville, was arrested on Nov. 9 by Cadiz Police and charged with theft under $300. Cayce was in a vehicle that was transporting a shoplifter from Washer’s IGA and was aware of criminal activity, the report said.

Jonnie L. Edwards, 49, of 918 Hardy Rd., was arrested on Nov. 9 and charged with theft under $300 and alcohol intoxication.

DUI charges

Allen L. Dodd III, 51, of Hopkinsville, was arrested on Nov. 10 and charged with driving under the influence (aggravated circumstances). According to the report, Dodd was stopped for suspicion of a DUI after he was observed weaving and having a hard time staying in his lane of traffic. After being stopped, he smelled of alcoholic beverages and failed one field sobriety test. He refused to take any more FSTs and would not give a blood and urine test either.

Man flees police

On Nov. 14, Justin C. Evans, 22, of Oak Grove Church Rd., was observed by Cadiz Police on Jefferson Street operating on the wrong side of the road. The officer attempted to make a traffic stop, but Evans began to gain speed “in an effort to elude the officer,” the report said. He lost control of his vehicle on Alexander Road after a short pursuit. He was arrested and charged with driving under the influence on a suspended license in the second degree, fleeing or evading police in the first degree and wanton endangerment in the first degree.
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