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INEZ, Ky. - A 19-year-old had his troubles with the Kermit Police Department and the Martin County Sheriffs Department June 21 on Collins Creek at Warfield and ended up under arrest on nine charges.
The youth, identified by Deputy D. Bowen as Daniel D. Chaffins of Beauty, Ky., was driving a vehicle that had been stolen from the Beauty Church of Christ when sheriffs officers arrived on Collins Creek in response to a call.
Bowens report said the Kermit Police Department had sought to halt Chaffins in a traffic stop but the youth drove the stolen vehicle, an Isuzu, into the Kermit cruiser. The deputys report said the stolen vehicle struck the Kermit cruiser again in Warfield.
Chaffins eventually was halted and admitted to taking 7.5 pain pills by snorting them. The deputys report said the youth had one 7.5 Lortab wrapped in a cigarette wrapper in his front pocket. He was quoted that he was running from the police because he knew he was going to jail any way.
Chaffins was charged with receiving stolen property valued at over $300; fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle, first degree; wanton endangerment of a police officer, first offense; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc., first offense; menacing; possession of a controlled substance, first offense; prescription controlled substance not in proper container, first offense; failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance/SEC, first offense, and failure to produce insurance card.
A 27-year-old woman, Jennifer L. Rowland, of David, Ky., was released from custody because of medical reasons after a Martin County Sheriffs deputy arrested her on six charges following a car wreck.
However, Rowland was given a date to appear in Martin District Court on July 6.
Deputy Evan M. Norris investigated the accident on June 25 on Route 40 s Blacklog Road in Inez. Upon arriving at the scene, the officer said he found Rowland with slurred speech, glassy eyes and obviously under the influence of a drug.
Norris report said a search of her 2004 Ford Mustang produced a bag of marijuana. She was charged with operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc., (second offense); possession of a controlled substance, second degree, and possession of a controlled substance, third degree, first offenses (drug unspecified); possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in possession, first offense.
An adult male and a teenager were charged with assault, fourth degree (no visible injury involved) following their arrest June 29 by Martin County Sheriffs Deputy Bryan Tipton.
The pair was identified as Carl D. Daniel, 46, and Matthew Daniel, 18, both of the same address on Wooten Road, Tomahawk, Ky.
The deputy served an arrest warrant on Carl Daniel on behalf of Toni Daniel and Robert Williamson. Daniel also was charged with criminal mischief, third degree, in the incident involving Wil-liamson. Matthew Daniel was served arrest complaints of assault, fourth degree on behalf of Toni Daniel and Robert Williamson. The violations occurred on Ky. 40, Woodten Road. on June 16 and their arrests occurred June 29.
Deputy Dwayne Crum arrested Amanda S. Moore, 25, of Tomahawk, Ky., on June 25 on a charge of receiving stolen property valued at under $500.
Darrell O. Bowen, 36, of Tomahawk, Ky., was arrested June 26 on three charges (all first offenses): operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc.; prescription controlled substance not in proper container, and failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance.
Deputy Crum said Bowen was involved in a single vehicle collision in which he drove on to an embankment and over a gas well on June 26. Bowen quoted Bowen that he had taken his prescribed medication an hour prior to the wreck and had smoked marijuana that morning.
Jessica R. Wagoner, 21, of Sandy Hook, Ky., was served two warrants by Deputy Bowen on charges of operating on a suspended or revoked operators license and failure of a non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, (first offense). He also served a bench warrant on behalf of the West Liberty Police Department but had no further information on the case.
Wagoner also was served a warrant for wanton endangerment, first degree, on behalf of Ashley Bumgardner but no further information was available except it concerned a violation May 23.
Leeann H. Stevens, 24, of Louisa, Ky., was arrested June 23 by Deputy Tipton on two first offenses:
Driving on a DUI-suspended license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, SEC. The charges stemmed from a vehicle accident the previous weekend.
Shannon Davis, 31, Lovely, Ky., was arrested by a deputy on a charge of intoxication outside in a public place (Wards Trailer Court) on June 21.
Beranica L. Bush, 35, of Tomahawk, Ky., was cited to appear in Martin District Court on July 6 to answer to a charge of operating a motor vehicle on Kentucky registration plates that had expired Jan. 31, 2009. Deputy Norris served the complaint.
Roger D. Maynard, 50, of Inez, Ky., was arrested June 24 on a bench warrant for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc., (second offense). Maynard turned herself in on the bench warrant at the courthouse.
Rhonda L. Chafin, 28, of Jacksonville, Fla., was arrested June 26 on a complaint charging her with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc. (first offense). Deputy Norris found Chafin and her vehicle stopped on Ky. 40, near the Inez Pawn Shop. He said she failed all field sobriety tests. Norris also executed a bench warrant for Johnson County, charging her with alcohol intoxication in a public place (first and second offenses).
Carolynn Mills, 38, of Pilgrim, Ky., was arrested by Deputy Tipton on a charge of public intoxication from controlled substance (excluding alcohol), after he arrived at a trailer on Ky 1439 in response to a call. His report said he found Mills at a trailer with a knife out and appearing to be under the influence.
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